March 14, 2014 at 1:54 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A few days after President Obama was re-elected president, he joined Bill and Hillary Clinton for dinner at their spacious home.

After drinking several glasses of iced tea, the President asked his host if he could use his personal bathroom.

When he entered Bill Clinton ‘s private toilet, he was astonished to see that Clinton had a gold urinal! Wow!

The next day, Obama told his wife, Michelle, about the urinal in Clinton’s private lavatory. “Just think,’ he said, ” maybe I should get a gold urinal too. But on the other hand I think that it may be just a bit too self-indulgent… even for a guy like me!”

Later in the week, when Michelle had lunch with Hillary, she told Hillary how impressed her husband had been upon discovering that Bill had a gold urinal in his private bathroom.

Later that day, when Bill got home, Hillary smiled and said to Bill, “I found out who pissed in your saxophone.




Odd news from around the world

British teenager ordered to show ID by supermarket staff when he tried to buy TEASPOONS: “A 16-year-old boy was sent home from a Tesco superstore after staff told him he had to provide proof of ID – to buy a pack of teaspoons. College student Liam Whelan was scanning the stainless steel kitchen utensils through a self-service checkout when an automatic prompt on the machine stated he had to be over 18 to buy them. But in a classic case of ‘Computer Say No’, a staff member called to the electronic checkout at the store in Haslingden, Lancs, then agreed with the machine. It is thought a computer programming glitch which flags up age-restrictions on sharp kitchen knives may have mistakenly caused it to include teaspoons. Tesco said: ‘We do include a till prompt for proof of age on our self-service tills for some items. ‘We ask our colleagues to use their judgment as to whether this should be applied. In this instance this was not followed and we apologise to our customer for any inconvenience caused.

Food car: “Tesco has unveiled a bespoke car covered entirely with everyday supermarket items to mark the launch of its Clubcard Fuel Save. The car, adorned with groceries, clothing and homeware products, including baguettes, bunches of bananas and biscuits – with a wheel of Camembert acting as its petrol cap – went on its maiden voyage today, driven by customer Jane Jeffrey. The car is made almost entirely out of Tesco stock including desk lamps as wing mirrors, floor mops as windscreen wipers, pizza tray and cutlery as hub caps, mixing bowls as headlights, spatula as an aerial, and passenger seats from kitchen chairs and duvets, which are sure to make for a comfy ride. Animator, director and writer – and Tim Burton collaborator – Anthony Farquhar-Smith is the man behind the design of what resembles an enormous shopping trolley but is in fact a functioning vehicle.”

Family calls police after angry cat holds them hostage: “A father in Portland, Oregon, was forced to call the police after their out-of-control pet cat, Lux, trapped them in the bedroom. The incident happed when the feline scratched the face of their seven-month-old baby. The father, Lee Palmer, then kicked the cat sending it into a rage. Mr Palmer, his partner Tessa Barker, their baby and the dog, were all forced to seek refuge from the cat’s fury in the bedroom, while he repeatedly charged at the door whenever they made a bid to escape. They were forced to call the police, while the furious Lux hissed angrily in the background. “He’s charging at us,” Mr Palmer told the emergency operator. “He’s at our door, bedroom door. “He’s trying to attack us. “He’s very, very, very, very hostile.” Police arrived and were able to capture the cat with a snare after he attempted to jump on top of the refrigerator to escape custody.”

Escapee walks into police’s arms in black area: “AN escaped prisoner on the run in Sydney has basically handed himself in after stepping into a lift full of police officers. Mark Devries, a 19-year-old minimum security inmate, escaped from a jail at Silverwater last month. About 8pm on Thursday, several police were at a unit complex in Redfern on unrelated business when Devries walked into the same elevator. One of the officers recognised him and he was arrested. He has been charged with two outstanding warrants and refused bail”

Rarities: The club giving luxury a new name: “YOU’D be forgiven for walking right past the locked, gilded door on a landing off the landmarked lobby of the New York Palace Hotel. But beyond this mysterious, unmarked portal sits a dark, sumptuous room with stately furnishings and rich plum fabric walls seemingly made for the decadent exploits of a pre-crash Bernie Madoff. To gain entry, there are two options. You can join the club, which comes with an entry key and an annual fee of $16,600. Membership includes 12 bottles of rare wine or Champagne and up to 12 nights in the hotel’s Tower suites. The other option is to call for reservations and bring your checkbook. Spirits range from a relatively democratic $28 Gordon & MacPhail Linkwood 15-year-old Scotch to $3470 for a glass of Louis XIII de Rémy Martin Rare Cask cognac. Rarities opened in November as part of a major $156 million revamp of the historic Palace Hotel”

And don’t forget to catch up with all the Strange Justice before you go.


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