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"I want my tacos! I'm upset! Also, I never actually paid for tacos in the first place." 30 days in jail for tacos... was it worth it? Was it even worth the attention you got for posting the video of your crime online?

Canadian sues for $340,000 because there were flies in his bottled water. I hope the Supreme Court Judge he appealed all the way up to (after winning his suit at one level, mind) gives him a new bottle of water and charges him court costs for it... which will still be cheaper than buying his own bottle of water. Hmmm...

Stroller sold in Internet auction has loaded gun concealed in it. The baby was given five to fifteen years for possession.

Everyone knows that Eliot Spitzer was "Client number 9" by now. (If I know something, everyone knows it. I'm always the last to find out. Look it up... trufax. It's on Wikipedia.) But do you know who the GIRL was? You will now, because Girls Gone Wild refuses to pay for naked pictures of Prostitute number 9, because they already have them. I thought there was no such thing as "too much nudity", but I guess I was wrong. Here's a bit more detail on the story, because I'm pretty sure that even if there is such a thing as too much nudity, you can't talk about it enough.

Canadian prisoner of war says Americans threatened to have him raped. By "Soldier Number 9". Seriously. They got Eliot Spitzer to Guantanamo for some good old fashioned sodomy. (Okay, I made that last part up.)

Noir thriller set in and performed in a restroom. Wow. Now THAT'S art.

Men and women have different eating habits. Wooooooooow. That's interesting.

Animal control officer charged with drowning kittens. Well, it certainly controls them.

Man kills his son with a screwdriver, then attacks the mother with an axe. No wonder they never got married.

Japan names Doraemon a cartoon ambassador. Maybe now we'll get an American release of the series.

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kestrel127
Mar. 20th, 2008 10:00 pm (UTC)
Wow, that study about eating habits sure was groundbreaking.
anime_grl_2286
Mar. 20th, 2008 10:48 pm (UTC)
Do you know much about Doraemon? Today in class, we read about his history. How are you? Moreover, isn't getting 30 days for a bunch of tacos a little extreme?
nidoking
Mar. 20th, 2008 11:35 pm (UTC)
I know a little bit about Doraemon... shape changing cat, right? I could look up more info if I cared. I'm mostly just curious.

I'm okay. Busy at work, but when am I not?

The guy showed horrible judgment. It's probably BECAUSE it was just tacos that the penalty was so harsh. If you're going to commit a crime and post a video online, you need to get something better than tacos. See, I know how to get free tacos... go to Taco Bell and place an order. Something always comes out wrong, so you find it in the bag and get the right thing. You get to keep the wrong one.
jakeexperience
Mar. 21st, 2008 12:42 am (UTC)
I really have to say that I don't think that Doraemon is a very good choice for an ambassador. He's not decisive enough, and he lacks conviction. Whenever his wussy friend got into trouble, Doraemon would offer some sort of wacky object for the kid to rely upon, well aware the kid was going to completely ignore his instructions on how to use the object, to humorous effect later. Doraemon's plans often place the child Nobita into sketchy situations. I think it is highly likely that the child is being forced into adult situations that he is wholly unprepared for.

I mention these examples as proof that Doraemon is guilty of child endangerment:
Doaremon! Nobita uses a magic stick (which he got from Doraemon) to swap bodies with an idol and with a girl. Vol 8: Nobita uses a magic stick (which he got from Doraemon) to swap bodies with a girl. In Vol 28 Nobita transforms himself into a duplicate of his mother (using a tool which he got from Doraemon). Vol 42: Doraemon uses a magic rope to swap bodies of Nobita and Shizuka.

The poor kid is obviously being controlled by this hideous robot cat from the future.

Instead, may I suggest someone else. Someone incredibly strong who possesses a sense of inner nobility, and was selected to rule Britannia by none other than the Lady of the Lake: "Saber", or Arturia Pendragon. Viable alternatives include Kinomoto Sakura from Card Captor Sakura and Rockman X.

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