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  • When Grown-Ups Play ; 1K Run With The Bulls in Virginia, Zimbabwe's Mugabe sworn in 5 more years.

    08/24/2013 4:50:42 PM PDT · by lee martell · 4 replies
    Aug, 24, 2013 | Lee Martell
    Today was the start of what many hope will become a cherished annual tradition in the united states; a running of the bulls, just like in Spain. The Great Bull Run came to the Virginia Motorsports Park on Sat. Aug. 24th. You were asked to 'grab life by the horns and experience the rush of a lifetime as you sprint down a quarter-mile track with twelve 1000lb young bulls hot on your heels. Cap off your run in the 'insanely fun' tomato food fight; The Tomato Royale, then celebrate all day long in their massive festival featuring live music,, great...
  • Police: 7 Teens Invaded Homes For 'Adrenaline Rush' (Florida)

    03/07/2006 12:51:24 AM PST · by Stoat · 74 replies · 1,531+ views
    Local 6 (Florida) ^ | March 6, 2006
    Police: 7 Teens Invaded Homes For 'Adrenaline Rush'   POSTED: 12:09 pm EST March 6, 2006 UPDATED: 4:29 pm EST March 6, 2006   Police in Palm Bay, Fla., arrested seven teens in the last several days wanted in connection with a series of home break-ins that were apparently committed because the group wanted an "adrenaline rush," according to a police report. David Deluna, 18, Matt Rivera, 19, and a 16-year-old were charged with grand theft and burglary charges Monday. Another four suspects were taken into custody and charged on Friday, Local 6 News partner Florida Today reported. "When...
  • Sudden Stress Breaks Hearts, a Report Says

    02/12/2005 2:32:28 PM PST · by neverdem · 13 replies · 1,679+ views
    NY Times ^ | February 10, 2005 | DENISE GRADY
    Sudden emotional stress - from grief, fear, anger or shock - can cause heart failure, in a little known and poorly understood syndrome that seems to affect primarily women, researchers are reporting today. The victims are generally healthy, with no history of heart disease. A death in the family, an armed robbery, a car accident, a biopsy procedure and a surprise party were among the events that sent 18 women and one man to coronary care units in Baltimore with chest pains and weakening of the heart, according to an article in The New England Journal of Medicine. Most were...
  • Beauty and the Beast of War (Miss USA is GOPer)

    04/13/2004 4:26:19 AM PDT · by 12B · 88 replies · 2,538+ views
    SMH ^ | April 13, 2004 | SMH
    Her name is Shandi and she says she'll use her position as the new Miss USA to explain US involvement in Iraq. After accepting the title at the 52nd annual pageant, the 25-year-old graduate student from Missouri, said: "What needed to be done had to be done." Shandi Finnessey, a Republican and 1.8 metre blonde from St Louis, is an author and wrote a book called The Furrtails, as part of her aim to integrate mentally retarded children into regular classrooms. She has a master's degree in counselling and also plays piano and violin. At a party following the event,...
  • Heart Study Prompts Call for Change

    01/14/2004 12:40:14 AM PST · by neverdem · 4 replies · 211+ views
    NY Times ^ | January 13, 2004 | DENISE GRADY
    A therapy that increases patients' survival rate to 4.7 percent from 1.5 percent may not sound like a breakthrough, but that is how an editorial in a medical journal last week described a new treatment to revive people whose hearts had suddenly stopped. The new advance was an old drug, vasopressin, injected before a shot of the standard therapy, adrenaline. In people who had no pulse or electrical activity in their hearts, a condition called asystole that is almost always fatal, 12 of 257, or 4.7 percent, who got vasopressin survived, in contrast to only 4 of 262, or 1.5...