April 27, 2013

And now . . . this - Apr. 27/13 (the "Floridians putting the 'Duh' in 'Floriduh'" edition)

Man . . . there's got to be something in the water in Florida. And I'm guessing bath salts.

A Florida woman is accused of intentionally setting her car on fire at a gas station and then sitting in the middle of a Daytona Beach highway, claiming to be God.

All that's left of 29-year-old Alexandra Barnes' Scion is charred remains.

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So not only was she disappointed that the car was not consumed, but when Moses didn't show up it only added insult to injury.

To paraphrase Dire Straits, when two people say they're Jesus, one of 'em must be wrong . . .

University of Florida student Michael Joseph Silecchia was wandering around campus apartments when Gainesville police responded to a reports of a suspicious person.

When police arrived, Silecchia took his clothes off and said he was "God" and "straight," according to The Independent Florida Alligator. The student told officers, "Don’t cut my penis off," then changed his mind and said, "Cut my penis off," according to the police report.

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Well, it's like the old ad said: Sometimes you feel like a nut, and sometimes you don't.

Sheesh. 45 years after Woodstock, and some people still don't know not to take the brown acid.

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