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Love can't wait
Talladega, AL |• An Alabama couple has been arrested after refusing to stop having sexual intercourse during their grandmother’s funeral ceremony. Tiffany Bates, and Clifton Bridges, who are in fact close cousins, who were both attending the funeral ceremony of their grandmother with other family members, decided to skip away from the funeral ceremony and indulge in sexual activities only meters away.

Pussy problems
A Beijing woman reportedly attempted suicide after going into massive debt from buying dozens of cats with quick online loans, reportedly the 24-year-old, identified only as Jing, had purchased a total 81 cats that eventually set her back more than 700,000 yuan ($105,405) borrowed from online lending platforms, the Nandu Daily reported. Jing made the attempt on her life last month due to the constant harassment from debt collectors.

It is what it is
St-Louis, MO • A 17-year-old is undertaking one of the most controversial lawsuits of the history of the country as he is suing his own biological parents for being born white, even though both of his natural parents are caucasian. The young man’s lawyer, Robert Hoffman, claims his client has suffered severe psychological distress, symptoms of depression and suicidal tendencies because of what he called “the burden of white privilege.”

Compelling explanations
Yellville, AR • Turkey Trot, which took place on Oct. 14, is famous for its Turkey Drop, in which live turkeys are dropped from a low-flying airplane and then chased by festivalgoers…considered "safe" by local authorities, because "the turkeys are not considered to be projectiles."

The last laugh
Wellington, FL • Recently Marlene Warren, 40, answered her door in and was shot in the face by a clown bearing balloons (one of which read "You're the greatest!") and flowers.

The universal cure
Zookeepers believe China's 4-year-old giant panda Meng Meng, currently on loan to the Berlin Zoo, displays her displeasure with her surroundings, food or caretakers by walking backward. According to zoo director Andreas Knieriem explained to the Berliner Zeitung newspaper: "The reverse walk is a protest." Zookeepers will introduce Meng Meng to Jiao Qing, a male giant panda three years older, to ease her frustration by engaging in sexual activity with her.

Bikes
Kenyans Gilbert Kipleting Chumba and David Kiprono Metto were among the favorites to win the Venice Marathon on Oct. 22. Instead, Eyob Ghebrehiwet Faniel, 25, a local running in only his second marathon, took the prize after the lead runners were led several hundred meters off-course by an errant guide motorcycle.

A clean getaway
Hicksville, NY • Nelly's Taqueria recently suffered a break-in October but the burglar redefined the term "clean getaway." Surveillance video showed a man wearing food-service gloves and starting a pot of water to boil before hammering open the cash register. He secured $100 in his pockets, leaving a dollar in the tip jar, then started "cooking up a storm," owner Will Colon told authorities. Cameras recorded as the thief cooked beans, sauteed shrimp and chicken, and helped himself to a cold soda before enjoying his meal standing up. Afterward, he carefully stored the leftovers in the refrigerator, cleaned his pans and wiped down all the surfaces he had used. Then he took off through the back window, the same way he had come in.

'Til death do us part
Lissone, Italy • 40-year-old fitness instructor Laura Mesi made news when she married herself in late September. "I told my relatives and friends that if I had not found my soul mate, I would marry myself by my 40th birthday." She spent more than 10,000 euros ($11,700) for the occasion, which included a wedding dress, a three-tiered cake, bridesmaids and at least 70 guests.

A cigar is a smoke
Palm Beach, FL • An anonymous collector was the winning bidder in an Oct. 11 online auction for a half-smoked cigar that British Prime Minister Winston Churchill enjoyed during a 1947 trip to Paris, which sold for $12,000 in the auction managed by Boston-based RR Auction.

Special delivery
Morgan County, IN • Coroner's pathologist Elmo A. Griggs, 75, was arrested Sept. 12 for drunken driving, but it was what was rolling around in the back of his pickup truck that caught officers' attention. Along with a half-empty vodka bottle, Griggs was transporting several labeled totes containing organic material: human brain and liver samples.

Balls
Hong Kong • In December, Mr. Lam Chung-kan, 37, pleaded guilty to stealing a bottle of a co-worker's breast milk at work and drinking it - but only to help with "stress" in his job as a computer technician.

Like mama like daughter
Little Rock, AR • Ashlynd Howell, age 6, of Little Rock, Arkansas, deftly mashed her sleeping mother's thumbprint onto her phone to unlock the Amazon app and order $250 worth of Pokemon toys. Mom later noticed 13 email confirmations and asked Ashlynd if something was amiss. "No, Mommy, I was shopping," said the girl when asked.

Bugged
New York, NY • "Every major event in my life has been about insects," Aaron Rodriques, 26, told The New York Times in December, home in New York City during a winter break from his doctoral research at Purdue University on the "sweet tergal secretions" of German cockroaches, and on his way to buy a supply of crickets and hornworms. ("Hornworms," he said, have an "amazing defense" where they "eat tobacco for the nicotine, which they exhale as a gas to scare away predators.") "When I'm feeling stressed out," Rodriques said, he might take one out to "calm me down."

DNA's will do us all in
Woodstock, VT •  Police arrested a 28-year-old man for bank robbery in January, with a key piece of evidence coming to their attention when a disapproving Vermonter noted a paper coffee cup not in its proper recycling bin. The cup held the robber's holdup note and DNA.

Love England style
Norwich, England • In January, an overly prolific male African tortoise ("Bert"), of who had developed arthritis from excessive "mounting," was fitted with wheels on the back of his shell to ease stress on his legs.

Until death do us part, 2
Seattle WA • Seattle's Real Estate Services rental agency has informed the family of the late Dennis Hanel that it would not return Hanel's security deposit following his January death because Hanel had not given the lease-required "notice" giving up his apartment. He had cancer, but died of a heart attack. Washington state law requires only that the landlord provide an explanation why it is keeping the deposit.

Morons on parade
San Diego, CA • Alvin Neal, 56, is merely the most recent bank robber to begin the robbery sequence (at a Wells Fargo branch in San Diego) after identifying himself to a teller (by swiping his ATM card through a machine at the counter).

Ith wath rotten
Palm Beach, FL • In December, a 400-pound black bear at the Palm Beach zoo got a root canal from dentist Jan Bellows, to fix a painful fractured tooth.

Ferretting around
Olathe, KS • In January, a pet ferret ("Zelda") received a pacemaker from Kansas State University doctors, who said Zelda should thus be able to live the ferret's normal life span.

Take this
Killeen, TX • The highest bail amount ever ordered in America - $4 billion for murder suspect Antonio Willis - was briefly in play in February, set by Bell County's elected Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown. Bail was reduced 10 days later to $150,000 by a district court judge, prompting Brown to acknowledge that she set the "$4 billion" to call attention to Texas' lack of bail standards, which especially punishes indigent arrestees with little hope of raising even modest amounts when accused of minor crimes.

Cashing in on traffic
Fremont, CA • Despite California's 2015 law aimed at improving the fairness of its stop-light cameras, the city of Fremont reported earning an additional $190,000 more each month last year by shortening the yellow light by two-thirds of a second at just two intersections.

Excrementum ocurrum
Alexandria, LA • Matthew Mobley, 41, was arrested in February after getting stuck in the chimney of a business he was breaking into.

Toys in the attic
St. Paul, MN • Also failing to think through their crime was the group of men who decided to snatch about $1,200 from the Eastside Grillz tooth-jewelry shop in February. They fled despite two of them having already provided ID and one having left a mold of his teeth.

Making America great again
Mount Carmel, PA • Judith Permar, 56, who was found dead, stuck in a clothing donation drop-off box February after trying to "steal" items, after having driven to the box in her Hummer.

Ingenuity
Bangladesh • Police in southern Bangladesh recently arrested a family that used a fake penis to convince neighbors that the family had the powers of genies ("djinns"). The villagers had known the family had a girl, but overnight the genies had "changed" her into a "boy," thus frightening the villagers into making offerings to the family.

Can't help myself
Detroit, MI • Clifford Jones, 58, was killed in a one-vehicle crash in Detroit in January, having lost control of his car because, according to Michigan State Police, he was distracted by watching pornography on his cellphone. He was also not wearing pants.

Telling it like it is
Galveston, TX • Leslie Ray Charping, 75, lived "much longer than he deserved," according to his daughter, in a widely shared obituary in February, in a life that "served no obvious purpose." The death notice referenced his "bad parenting" and "being generally offensive," and closed with "Leslie's passing proves that evil does in fact die."



Love can't wait
Talladega, AL |• An Alabama couple has been arrested after refusing to stop having sexual intercourse during their grandmother’s funeral ceremony. Tiffany Bates, and Clifton Bridges, who are in fact close cousins, who were both attending the funeral ceremony of their grandmother with other family members, decided to skip away from the funeral ceremony and indulge in sexual activities only meters away.

Pussy problems
A Beijing woman reportedly attempted suicide after going into massive debt from buying dozens of cats with quick online loans, reportedly the 24-year-old, identified only as Jing, had purchased a total 81 cats that eventually set her back more than 700,000 yuan ($105,405) borrowed from online lending platforms, the Nandu Daily reported. Jing made the attempt on her life last month due to the constant harassment from debt collectors.

It is what it is
St-Louis, MO • A 17-year-old is undertaking one of the most controversial lawsuits of the history of the country as he is suing his own biological parents for being born white, even though both of his natural parents are caucasian. The young man’s lawyer, Robert Hoffman, claims his client has suffered severe psychological distress, symptoms of depression and suicidal tendencies because of what he called “the burden of white privilege.”

Compelling explanations
Yellville, AR • Turkey Trot, which took place on Oct. 14, is famous for its Turkey Drop, in which live turkeys are dropped from a low-flying airplane and then chased by festivalgoers…considered "safe" by local authorities, because "the turkeys are not considered to be projectiles."

The last laugh
Wellington, FL • Recently Marlene Warren, 40, answered her door in and was shot in the face by a clown bearing balloons (one of which read "You're the greatest!") and flowers.

The universal cure
Zookeepers believe China's 4-year-old giant panda Meng Meng, currently on loan to the Berlin Zoo, displays her displeasure with her surroundings, food or caretakers by walking backward. According to zoo director Andreas Knieriem explained to the Berliner Zeitung newspaper: "The reverse walk is a protest." Zookeepers will introduce Meng Meng to Jiao Qing, a male giant panda three years older, to ease her frustration by engaging in sexual activity with her.

Bikes
Kenyans Gilbert Kipleting Chumba and David Kiprono Metto were among the favorites to win the Venice Marathon on Oct. 22. Instead, Eyob Ghebrehiwet Faniel, 25, a local running in only his second marathon, took the prize after the lead runners were led several hundred meters off-course by an errant guide motorcycle.

A clean getaway
Hicksville, NY • Nelly's Taqueria recently suffered a break-in October but the burglar redefined the term "clean getaway." Surveillance video showed a man wearing food-service gloves and starting a pot of water to boil before hammering open the cash register. He secured $100 in his pockets, leaving a dollar in the tip jar, then started "cooking up a storm," owner Will Colon told authorities. Cameras recorded as the thief cooked beans, sauteed shrimp and chicken, and helped himself to a cold soda before enjoying his meal standing up. Afterward, he carefully stored the leftovers in the refrigerator, cleaned his pans and wiped down all the surfaces he had used. Then he took off through the back window, the same way he had come in.

'Til death do us part
Lissone, Italy • 40-year-old fitness instructor Laura Mesi made news when she married herself in late September. "I told my relatives and friends that if I had not found my soul mate, I would marry myself by my 40th birthday." She spent more than 10,000 euros ($11,700) for the occasion, which included a wedding dress, a three-tiered cake, bridesmaids and at least 70 guests.

A cigar is a smoke
Palm Beach, FL • An anonymous collector was the winning bidder in an Oct. 11 online auction for a half-smoked cigar that British Prime Minister Winston Churchill enjoyed during a 1947 trip to Paris, which sold for $12,000 in the auction managed by Boston-based RR Auction.

Special delivery
Morgan County, IN • Coroner's pathologist Elmo A. Griggs, 75, was arrested Sept. 12 for drunken driving, but it was what was rolling around in the back of his pickup truck that caught officers' attention. Along with a half-empty vodka bottle, Griggs was transporting several labeled totes containing organic material: human brain and liver samples.

Balls
Hong Kong • In December, Mr. Lam Chung-kan, 37, pleaded guilty to stealing a bottle of a co-worker's breast milk at work and drinking it - but only to help with "stress" in his job as a computer technician.

Like mama like daughter
Little Rock, AR • Ashlynd Howell, age 6, of Little Rock, Arkansas, deftly mashed her sleeping mother's thumbprint onto her phone to unlock the Amazon app and order $250 worth of Pokemon toys. Mom later noticed 13 email confirmations and asked Ashlynd if something was amiss. "No, Mommy, I was shopping," said the girl when asked.

Bugged
New York, NY • "Every major event in my life has been about insects," Aaron Rodriques, 26, told The New York Times in December, home in New York City during a winter break from his doctoral research at Purdue University on the "sweet tergal secretions" of German cockroaches, and on his way to buy a supply of crickets and hornworms. ("Hornworms," he said, have an "amazing defense" where they "eat tobacco for the nicotine, which they exhale as a gas to scare away predators.") "When I'm feeling stressed out," Rodriques said, he might take one out to "calm me down."

DNA's will do us all in
Woodstock, VT •  Police arrested a 28-year-old man for bank robbery in January, with a key piece of evidence coming to their attention when a disapproving Vermonter noted a paper coffee cup not in its proper recycling bin. The cup held the robber's holdup note and DNA.

Love England style
Norwich, England • In January, an overly prolific male African tortoise ("Bert"), of who had developed arthritis from excessive "mounting," was fitted with wheels on the back of his shell to ease stress on his legs.

Until death do us part, 2
Seattle WA • Seattle's Real Estate Services rental agency has informed the family of the late Dennis Hanel that it would not return Hanel's security deposit following his January death because Hanel had not given the lease-required "notice" giving up his apartment. He had cancer, but died of a heart attack. Washington state law requires only that the landlord provide an explanation why it is keeping the deposit.

Morons on parade
San Diego, CA • Alvin Neal, 56, is merely the most recent bank robber to begin the robbery sequence (at a Wells Fargo branch in San Diego) after identifying himself to a teller (by swiping his ATM card through a machine at the counter).

Ith wath rotten
Palm Beach, FL • In December, a 400-pound black bear at the Palm Beach zoo got a root canal from dentist Jan Bellows, to fix a painful fractured tooth.

Ferretting around
Olathe, KS • In January, a pet ferret ("Zelda") received a pacemaker from Kansas State University doctors, who said Zelda should thus be able to live the ferret's normal life span.

Take this
Killeen, TX • The highest bail amount ever ordered in America - $4 billion for murder suspect Antonio Willis - was briefly in play in February, set by Bell County's elected Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown. Bail was reduced 10 days later to $150,000 by a district court judge, prompting Brown to acknowledge that she set the "$4 billion" to call attention to Texas' lack of bail standards, which especially punishes indigent arrestees with little hope of raising even modest amounts when accused of minor crimes.

Cashing in on traffic
Fremont, CA • Despite California's 2015 law aimed at improving the fairness of its stop-light cameras, the city of Fremont reported earning an additional $190,000 more each month last year by shortening the yellow light by two-thirds of a second at just two intersections.

Excrementum ocurrum
Alexandria, LA • Matthew Mobley, 41, was arrested in February after getting stuck in the chimney of a business he was breaking into.

Toys in the attic
St. Paul, MN • Also failing to think through their crime was the group of men who decided to snatch about $1,200 from the Eastside Grillz tooth-jewelry shop in February. They fled despite two of them having already provided ID and one having left a mold of his teeth.

Making America great again
Mount Carmel, PA • Judith Permar, 56, who was found dead, stuck in a clothing donation drop-off box February after trying to "steal" items, after having driven to the box in her Hummer.

Ingenuity
Bangladesh • Police in southern Bangladesh recently arrested a family that used a fake penis to convince neighbors that the family had the powers of genies ("djinns"). The villagers had known the family had a girl, but overnight the genies had "changed" her into a "boy," thus frightening the villagers into making offerings to the family.

Can't help myself
Detroit, MI • Clifford Jones, 58, was killed in a one-vehicle crash in Detroit in January, having lost control of his car because, according to Michigan State Police, he was distracted by watching pornography on his cellphone. He was also not wearing pants.

Telling it like it is
Galveston, TX • Leslie Ray Charping, 75, lived "much longer than he deserved," according to his daughter, in a widely shared obituary in February, in a life that "served no obvious purpose." The death notice referenced his "bad parenting" and "being generally offensive," and closed with "Leslie's passing proves that evil does in fact die."



Love can't wait
Talladega, AL |• An Alabama couple has been arrested after refusing to stop having sexual intercourse during their grandmother’s funeral ceremony. Tiffany Bates, and Clifton Bridges, who are in fact close cousins, who were both attending the funeral ceremony of their grandmother with other family members, decided to skip away from the funeral ceremony and indulge in sexual activities only meters away.

Pussy problems
A Beijing woman reportedly attempted suicide after going into massive debt from buying dozens of cats with quick online loans, reportedly the 24-year-old, identified only as Jing, had purchased a total 81 cats that eventually set her back more than 700,000 yuan ($105,405) borrowed from online lending platforms, the Nandu Daily reported. Jing made the attempt on her life last month due to the constant harassment from debt collectors.

It is what it is
St-Louis, MO • A 17-year-old is undertaking one of the most controversial lawsuits of the history of the country as he is suing his own biological parents for being born white, even though both of his natural parents are caucasian. The young man’s lawyer, Robert Hoffman, claims his client has suffered severe psychological distress, symptoms of depression and suicidal tendencies because of what he called “the burden of white privilege.”

Compelling explanations
Yellville, AR • Turkey Trot, which took place on Oct. 14, is famous for its Turkey Drop, in which live turkeys are dropped from a low-flying airplane and then chased by festivalgoers…considered "safe" by local authorities, because "the turkeys are not considered to be projectiles."

The last laugh
Wellington, FL • Recently Marlene Warren, 40, answered her door in and was shot in the face by a clown bearing balloons (one of which read "You're the greatest!") and flowers.

The universal cure
Zookeepers believe China's 4-year-old giant panda Meng Meng, currently on loan to the Berlin Zoo, displays her displeasure with her surroundings, food or caretakers by walking backward. According to zoo director Andreas Knieriem explained to the Berliner Zeitung newspaper: "The reverse walk is a protest." Zookeepers will introduce Meng Meng to Jiao Qing, a male giant panda three years older, to ease her frustration by engaging in sexual activity with her.

Bikes
Kenyans Gilbert Kipleting Chumba and David Kiprono Metto were among the favorites to win the Venice Marathon on Oct. 22. Instead, Eyob Ghebrehiwet Faniel, 25, a local running in only his second marathon, took the prize after the lead runners were led several hundred meters off-course by an errant guide motorcycle.

A clean getaway
Hicksville, NY • Nelly's Taqueria recently suffered a break-in October but the burglar redefined the term "clean getaway." Surveillance video showed a man wearing food-service gloves and starting a pot of water to boil before hammering open the cash register. He secured $100 in his pockets, leaving a dollar in the tip jar, then started "cooking up a storm," owner Will Colon told authorities. Cameras recorded as the thief cooked beans, sauteed shrimp and chicken, and helped himself to a cold soda before enjoying his meal standing up. Afterward, he carefully stored the leftovers in the refrigerator, cleaned his pans and wiped down all the surfaces he had used. Then he took off through the back window, the same way he had come in.

'Til death do us part
Lissone, Italy • 40-year-old fitness instructor Laura Mesi made news when she married herself in late September. "I told my relatives and friends that if I had not found my soul mate, I would marry myself by my 40th birthday." She spent more than 10,000 euros ($11,700) for the occasion, which included a wedding dress, a three-tiered cake, bridesmaids and at least 70 guests.

A cigar is a smoke
Palm Beach, FL • An anonymous collector was the winning bidder in an Oct. 11 online auction for a half-smoked cigar that British Prime Minister Winston Churchill enjoyed during a 1947 trip to Paris, which sold for $12,000 in the auction managed by Boston-based RR Auction.

Special delivery
Morgan County, IN • Coroner's pathologist Elmo A. Griggs, 75, was arrested Sept. 12 for drunken driving, but it was what was rolling around in the back of his pickup truck that caught officers' attention. Along with a half-empty vodka bottle, Griggs was transporting several labeled totes containing organic material: human brain and liver samples.

Balls
Hong Kong • In December, Mr. Lam Chung-kan, 37, pleaded guilty to stealing a bottle of a co-worker's breast milk at work and drinking it - but only to help with "stress" in his job as a computer technician.

Like mama like daughter
Little Rock, AR • Ashlynd Howell, age 6, of Little Rock, Arkansas, deftly mashed her sleeping mother's thumbprint onto her phone to unlock the Amazon app and order $250 worth of Pokemon toys. Mom later noticed 13 email confirmations and asked Ashlynd if something was amiss. "No, Mommy, I was shopping," said the girl when asked.

Bugged
New York, NY • "Every major event in my life has been about insects," Aaron Rodriques, 26, told The New York Times in December, home in New York City during a winter break from his doctoral research at Purdue University on the "sweet tergal secretions" of German cockroaches, and on his way to buy a supply of crickets and hornworms. ("Hornworms," he said, have an "amazing defense" where they "eat tobacco for the nicotine, which they exhale as a gas to scare away predators.") "When I'm feeling stressed out," Rodriques said, he might take one out to "calm me down."

DNA's will do us all in
Woodstock, VT •  Police arrested a 28-year-old man for bank robbery in January, with a key piece of evidence coming to their attention when a disapproving Vermonter noted a paper coffee cup not in its proper recycling bin. The cup held the robber's holdup note and DNA.

Love England style
Norwich, England • In January, an overly prolific male African tortoise ("Bert"), of who had developed arthritis from excessive "mounting," was fitted with wheels on the back of his shell to ease stress on his legs.

Until death do us part, 2
Seattle WA • Seattle's Real Estate Services rental agency has informed the family of the late Dennis Hanel that it would not return Hanel's security deposit following his January death because Hanel had not given the lease-required "notice" giving up his apartment. He had cancer, but died of a heart attack. Washington state law requires only that the landlord provide an explanation why it is keeping the deposit.

Morons on parade
San Diego, CA • Alvin Neal, 56, is merely the most recent bank robber to begin the robbery sequence (at a Wells Fargo branch in San Diego) after identifying himself to a teller (by swiping his ATM card through a machine at the counter).

Ith wath rotten
Palm Beach, FL • In December, a 400-pound black bear at the Palm Beach zoo got a root canal from dentist Jan Bellows, to fix a painful fractured tooth.

Ferretting around
Olathe, KS • In January, a pet ferret ("Zelda") received a pacemaker from Kansas State University doctors, who said Zelda should thus be able to live the ferret's normal life span.

Take this
Killeen, TX • The highest bail amount ever ordered in America - $4 billion for murder suspect Antonio Willis - was briefly in play in February, set by Bell County's elected Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown. Bail was reduced 10 days later to $150,000 by a district court judge, prompting Brown to acknowledge that she set the "$4 billion" to call attention to Texas' lack of bail standards, which especially punishes indigent arrestees with little hope of raising even modest amounts when accused of minor crimes.

Cashing in on traffic
Fremont, CA • Despite California's 2015 law aimed at improving the fairness of its stop-light cameras, the city of Fremont reported earning an additional $190,000 more each month last year by shortening the yellow light by two-thirds of a second at just two intersections.

Excrementum ocurrum
Alexandria, LA • Matthew Mobley, 41, was arrested in February after getting stuck in the chimney of a business he was breaking into.

Toys in the attic
St. Paul, MN • Also failing to think through their crime was the group of men who decided to snatch about $1,200 from the Eastside Grillz tooth-jewelry shop in February. They fled despite two of them having already provided ID and one having left a mold of his teeth.

Making America great again
Mount Carmel, PA • Judith Permar, 56, who was found dead, stuck in a clothing donation drop-off box February after trying to "steal" items, after having driven to the box in her Hummer.

Ingenuity
Bangladesh • Police in southern Bangladesh recently arrested a family that used a fake penis to convince neighbors that the family had the powers of genies ("djinns"). The villagers had known the family had a girl, but overnight the genies had "changed" her into a "boy," thus frightening the villagers into making offerings to the family.

Can't help myself
Detroit, MI • Clifford Jones, 58, was killed in a one-vehicle crash in Detroit in January, having lost control of his car because, according to Michigan State Police, he was distracted by watching pornography on his cellphone. He was also not wearing pants.

Telling it like it is
Galveston, TX • Leslie Ray Charping, 75, lived "much longer than he deserved," according to his daughter, in a widely shared obituary in February, in a life that "served no obvious purpose." The death notice referenced his "bad parenting" and "being generally offensive," and closed with "Leslie's passing proves that evil does in fact die."


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