History ArsonMurderandJaywalking / RealLife

24th May '16 6:38:25 PM CorporalPie
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* TheOtherWiki has an entry on the Earl of Oxford, Edward De Vere who was accused of "atheism, lying, heresy, disobedience to the crown, treason, murder for hire, sexual perversion and pederasty with his English and Italian servants ('buggering a boy that is his cook and many other boys'), habitual drunkenness, vowing to murder various courtiers '''and declaring that Elizabeth had a bad singing voice'''

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* TheOtherWiki has an entry on the Earl of Oxford, Edward De Vere who was accused of "atheism, lying, heresy, disobedience to the crown, treason, murder for hire, sexual perversion and pederasty with his English and Italian servants ('buggering a boy that is his cook and many other boys'), habitual drunkenness, vowing to murder various courtiers '''and declaring that Elizabeth had a bad singing voice'''voice.'''
20th May '16 6:07:43 PM CorporalPie
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* TheOtherWiki's article on Peter the Great's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunstkamera Kunstkamera]] museum names as some significant exhibits the numerous bodies of deformed stillborn infants, the preserved severed head of his mistress' brother, and "78 watercolours by the Peruvian artist Pancho Fierro".
9th May '16 2:39:24 PM arisboch
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* A disclaimer note of an programmer for Android OS customization software reads as following:

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* A popular disclaimer note of an programmer for Android OS customization software on XDA Developers reads as following:
6th Feb '16 11:05:34 AM nombretomado
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* A January 2013 article in the Melbourne ''Herald-Sun'' declared the Indian Myna Bird to be Australia's worst pest, ahead of "rabbits, foxes, feral cats, and [[AustralianRulesFootball Collingwood fans]]".

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* A January 2013 article in the Melbourne ''Herald-Sun'' declared the Indian Myna Bird to be Australia's worst pest, ahead of "rabbits, foxes, feral cats, and [[AustralianRulesFootball [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Collingwood fans]]".
4th Feb '16 11:17:06 AM magmablock
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* James "Whitey" Bulger's crimes for which he was given two life sentences (and five years) include racketeering, 19 counts of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, extortion, conspiracy to commit extortion, narcotics distribution, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and shoplifting.
7th Jan '16 4:55:03 PM arisboch
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* A disclaimer note of an programmer for Android OS customization software reads as following:
-->I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed.
14th Dec '15 8:09:18 PM Leafsdude
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** Somewhat [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in that many of those survivors have said that the hiccups, generally one of the last symptoms, [[http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read/interview-with-an-ebola-survivor terrified them]].
10th Nov '15 4:54:32 PM R1ck
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* In Norway, economical crimes often grants longer sentences than violence and murder related crimes.



* Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard spoke in a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebtj3gDaE64 video about the Mayan 2012 prophecy]] a few weeks beforehand, in which she compares [[ZombieApocalypse flesh-eating zombies]] and [[EldritchAbomination demonic hell-beasts]] to [[Music/{{PSY}} K-Pop]].



* During the 1964 Republican National Convention the folks there were awfully upset with the extremism of " the Communist Party, the Ku Klux Klan, and the John Birch Society".
** Justified in that the John Birch Society was one of the primary instigators of the RedScare.
** Although they only carried out lynchings and genocide at the weekend.
* North Carolina's Republican legislature was accused of many heinous acts, [[http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/14/us/north-carolinians-fear-the-end-of-a-middle-way.html?pagewanted=all&src=ISMR_AP_LO_MST_FB&_r=0 according to the New York Times:]]
-->The Republicans not only cut taxes and business regulations, as many had expected, but also allowed stricter regulations on abortion clinics, ended teacher tenure, blocked the expansion of Medicaid, cut unemployment benefits, removed obstacles to the death penalty, allowed concealed guns in bars and restaurants, and [[AndThatsTerrible mandated the teaching of cursive writing.]]
** Justified; teaching cursive handwriting is expensive and gives no appreciable benefits, thanks to the widespread use of the computer.
** Eh less arson, murder, and jaywalking and more like [[SubvertedTrope firefighting, self-defense, and jaywalking]].



* TheOtherWiki states that Pat Robertson has denounced "left-wing views of feminism, activism regarding homosexuality, abortion and liberal college professors."
* "Union of Muslims of Kazakhstan", a political party that often comes with bizarre draft legislations, seemingly ForTheLulz, suggested during the 2011 presidential campaign to allow candidates to pay election deposit with tangible property. The suggested list of acceptable materials included [[LongList cattle, construction materials, fuels and lubricants, cars, land, chicken legs, dry fruits, donkey tails, medicines, clothes, footwear, sheepskins, aquarium fishes, scrap metal, toilet paper, waste paper, anti-personnel landmines, marijuana, manure, perfume, paperclips, fertilizers, slaves, prostitutes and saxaul wood]].



* Behind the scenes of the first season of ''SaturdayNightLive,'' Bill Murray and Chevy Chase got into something of a verbal brawl. There's no transcript, of course, but after they were separated, Bill yells to Chevy, "Medium talent!" The bosses thought that was ''especially'' hilarious, making the decision to replace Chevy with Bill that much easier.



* [[http://books.google.fr/books?id=o6XnSnc4N1IC&pg=PA571&lpg=PA571&dq=%22A+modernist+in+government+is+an+anarchist+and+Bolshevik%22&source=bl&ots=dicF48QinR&sig=YFDPE2yF1Nc260K6WTrBV95kHU0&hl=fr&sa=X&ei=UJ5hUsPWKKi80QXBrIGoDw&ved=0CC4Q6AEwAA One 1920s Louisiana clergyman]]:
-->"A modernist in government is [[BombThrowingAnarchists an anarchist and Bolshevik]]; in science he is an [[EvilutionaryBiologist evolutionist]]; in business he is a [[DirtyCommunists Communist]]; in art a [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible futurist]]; ''in music his name is [[TheNewRockAndRoll jazz]]''."



* When Voltaire had a falling out with Frederick II of Prussia, he wrote that he was, "a nasty monkey, perfidious friend, [and] wretched poet."



* A recent severe weather update on weather.com listed Severe Thunderstorm Warning, River Flood Warning, Flash Flood Warning, Tornado Warning, and High Pollen Count.
** High Pollen Count can be extremely unpleasant, sometimes dangerous and in very rare cases even fatal to allergic people.



* "[[http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/06/20/gop-lawmaker-gets-drunk-steals-truck-wrecks-it-then-takes-nap/ GOP lawmaker gets drunk, steals truck, wrecks it, then takes nap]]"



* Saw this on the local news: "Still on the loose are a Mountain Lion, a Grizzly Bear and a Monkey."
** Monkeys are actually pretty dangerous.



* The Center for Disease Control(CDC)'s motto: Saving lives. Protecting people. Saving money through prevention.



* In September 2012, Brigadier General Sinclair, deputy commander of the 82nd Airborne Division in Afghanistan, was court martialled on charges of "forcible sodomy, wrongful sexual conduct, violating orders, engaging in inappropriate relationships, misusing a government travel charge card, and possessing pornography and alcohol while deployed" after (allegedly) molesting several women, both military officers and civilians. When confronted with his actions, he was quoted as saying, "I'm a general, I do whatever the fuck I want."



* ''Series/TheOReillyFactor'' - 04/19/2013, a family of criminals goes on a reign of terror. Brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev set off bombs at the Boston Marathon, disabling people, disfiguring people, killing people, even children! They then went on the run, leading to more death and destruction. Dzhokhar ran over Tamerlan in order to get away from the cops, brother betraying brother, and Tamerlan dies. No honor. The surrounding area is put on lockdown as people hide in their homes, scared to leave, mass transit and businesses shut down, everything is frozen in fear, unprecedented... their mother? A shoplifter.



* Among the potential consequences of being bitten by Australia's Collett's snake are brain bleeds, kidney damage, and permanent loss of sense of smell.



* [[http://notwithoutmyhandbag.com/blog/2006/jesus-ruins-a-teen-marriage/ Baby's Named A Bad Bad Thing]]: a young mother wanting to name her child "Jesus Joseph Dewey".
* An infamous homepage that [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen we should not talk about]] is infamous for his webmaster for hating Chinese, Muslims, Americans, ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''... and Creator/AyaHirano, for some really bizarre reason.



* After drag racing in south Florida, Justin Bieber was charged with with DUI, resisting arrest... and driving with an expired Georgia driver's license.



* Nicknames for the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota include "the Megamall", "Sprawl of America", "Hugedale" [[note]]Several other malls in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area have names that end in "-dale".[[/note]], and [[SpecialPersonNormalName "the Mall"]].
* [[http://thegoodlordabove.com/articles/details/110 The 10 Most Evil People Alive Today]] does it for at least one person in the list.
2nd Nov '15 7:00:54 AM dRoy
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* Dennis Hall, for [[WouldHurtAChild shooting]] [[OffingTheOffspring his son Adrian]] [[DisproportionateRetribution because his toy interfered with his television reception]] in the presence of his two other daughters, was convicted of murder (for which he was sentenced to death)... and also two counts of cruelty to children (for [[ForcedToWatch shooting his son in the view of his two sisters]]), and of discharging a firearm near a public street.
* In Montana, [[http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1314&dat=19880604&id=qb5YAAAAIBAJ&sjid=6O8DAAAAIBAJ&pg=5224,1725283 Kristofor Hans]] got sentenced to [[LongerThanLifeSentence 206 years]] for killing and attempting to kill people in his school: 100 year for murder, 100 other years for attempted murder and two sentences of three years each for using weapons during the commission of a felony.
* When the French government sent agents to bomb the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand in 1985, two agents were caught before they left the country. They were charged with murder, arson and using fake documents to enter the country. (The judge dismissed the immigration charges, ruling they were included in the larger crimes.)



* The 2005 Atlanta mass murderer Brian Nichols was charged with every crime he committed (54 of them) during the killing spree he committed after he escaped from jail: murder, kidnapping, robbery, aggravated assault on a police officer, battery, theft, carjacking, rape and escape (even though conviction of the murders alone guaranteed him life in prison without parole or the death penalty if convicted). The prosecution claimed it was under the belief that he shouldn't get off on anything for the sake of convenience.
2nd Nov '15 6:15:24 AM GranChi
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* On TheOtherWiki's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_political_party_symbols#Colours list of political symbols]] there's a section on colors that lists brown as the color of "nazism, fascism, Hispanics".

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* On TheOtherWiki's [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_political_party_symbols#Colours list of political symbols]] there's a section on colors that lists brown as the color of being associated with "nazism, fascism, Hispanics".
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