Man smashed up psychic girlfriend’s car after prophecy his grandma would use a sex toy on him in a dream

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A man has been accused of smashing up his psychic girlfriend’s car after she predicted he would fantasise about his dead gran using a sex toy on him.

Casey Molter took exception to his mystic partner’s latest premonition, detailed in a police report.

She prophesized that his late grandmother would appear to him in a dream and “commit an unusual sex act to him involving an adult erotic device”.

Police claim that the 28-year-old “could not get the image out of his head and he snapped,” smashing up her 1997 Nissan Altima in an alleged retribution.

Officers rushed to a house in Vero Beach, Florida, in November last year, when alerted to the alleged incident.

Oh, Florida.

Of course.

Florida Entrepreneur Creates Purses Out of Dog Hair

Florida Entrepreneur Creates Purses Out of Dog Hair

Doris Carvalho, an entrepreneur from Tampa, has come up with an original way of combining her two greatest passions – veterinary science and fashion. She recycles dog hair that’s left over from grooming, converting it into high-end designer purses.

Doris loves her new job so much that she hopes to convert it into a business – she’s currently running a Kickstarter campaign to raise $15,000 toward that exact purpose. That’s just enough money to make her first line of 30 purses and pay for marketing.

“These handbags prove that high-end can be made eco-friendly from your pet for you,” she pointed out. “I turn this groomed dog fur that would be garbage anywhere else in the world into these handbags. I sterilize and I use them to make the thread, the yarn. It’s reused, recycled.”

Of course; it would be Florida, where weird stuff always happens…

The man who married a corpse

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But how did she say 'I do.'?But how did she say ‘I do.’?

There was no kiss for the bride. No honeymoon away. And no chance of a happy-ever-after. Just a woe-heavy wedding service that segued neatly into a funeral.

In Florida in 1881, a love-struck man by the name of Bradley married a corpse.

He was a salesman from Utah, who had met the woman of his dreams on his travels. Alas, she was dying of consumption.

Undeterred, he proposed and she accepted. Plans were made for a speedy union. But the poor bride-to-be died before the date they had set.

“Now comes the most remarkable, and what has been, with justice, termed the most unpleasant and discreditable part of the tale,” sniffed the Illustrated Police News.

Bradley had solemnly promised he wouldn’t let his sweetheart go to the grave unmarried.

And so her coffin was taken into the church – bridesmaids rubbing shoulders with…

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Inside Scientology HQ

Forget the article; just check out the pics: the Scientologists may be nutbar cultists, but they have a bitchin’ design sense, IMO.

The Super Power Building of the Scientologists in Clearwater Florida.

The Super Power Building of the Scientologists in Clearwater Florida.

Inner sanctum: This picture, leaked onto internet site of a room in the Super Power Building, is as futuristic as you would expect.

Inner sanctum: Retro-futuristic.

Mysterious: It’s anyone’s guess what this room would be used for – but no doubt it would be difficult to find out from the Scientologists.

Who knows what this room is used for? (Other thanthe  Scientologists, who aren’t telling.)

Another world: The inside of the Super Power Building looks more like something out of a spacecraft; this resembles nothng so much as a corridor on a starship in Star Trek.

The inside of the Super Power Building looks more like something out of a spacecraft; this resembles nothng so much as a corridor on a starship in Star Trek.