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  • Hunter Bleeds to Death After Being Gored by Injured Wild Boar in Spain

    10/19/2015 2:33:35 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 22 replies
    The Local ^ | 19 Oct 2015
    A hunter has bled to death after being attacked by a wild boar he was about to shoot in northern Spain. Another man dies after horrific goring at fiesta (14 Aug 15) Two Spaniards die after being gored by bulls (25 Jun 15) The hunter, 59, who has not been named, died on Sunday morning after being found unconscious near the village of Laza, in the province of Ourense in the northwestern Spanish region of Galicia. The attack happened after the hunter shot the boar, injuring the animal who was then surrounded by his hunting dogs. When he approached the...
  • Twelfth Man Dies in Bull Run Fiesta After Being Gored Through the Heart

    09/01/2015 1:14:30 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 39 replies
    The Local ^ | 31 Aug 2015 08
    A man in his 60s died on Sunday after being gored in a bull run in Spain, bringing the total number of deaths to 12 this year, the deadliest in 15 years.A man in his 60s died on Sunday after being gored in a bull run in Spain, bringing the total number of deaths to 12 this year, the deadliest in 15 years. The man who was visiting from the Basque town of Errenteria died on the spot when he was charged in the chest by a bull at the start of the run in the central town of...
  • Deathwish as lifestyle: why people run with the bulls

    07/10/2015 12:50:59 PM PDT · by C19fan · 10 replies
    UK Guardian ^ | July 9, 2015 | Miguel-Anxo Murado
    In Pamplona, rumour has it that Hemingway never ran in front of the bulls during the festival of San Fermín. It’s an urban myth: he did run – several times. What is not true is that he was injured, as he would later claim to a news agency. In fact, Hemingway was close enough to the action to witness a man being gored by a bull in 1924. This was actually the very first fatality in the modern history of the encierro, as the running of the bulls is called in Spanish.
  • Reggie Bush Wears Protest Shirt (I can't breathe)

    12/07/2014 1:01:51 PM PST · by doug from upland · 43 replies
    espn ^ | 12-2014
    DETROIT -- Lions running back Reggie Bush, who has been outspoken about the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, continued his outspoken nature Sunday when he wore a shirt reading "I Can't Breathe" during pregame warm-ups Sunday. Bush wrote the message -- in black ink on his blue shirt -- signifying the last words of Eric Garner, the New York man who died while being placed in a chokehold as he was being arrested. Bush wore the shirt a day after Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose wore an "I Can't Breathe" T-shirt in pregame warm-ups prior to his team's game Saturday night...
  • Time mag's Sept 1 cover....f'ng really? (BARF!!!)

    08/22/2014 5:40:16 PM PDT · by SgtBob · 58 replies
    SgtBob | 8-22-14 | SgtBob
  • Feds Cancel Order for $48K in Mechanical Bulls

    10/10/2013 10:51:36 AM PDT · by Nachum · 20 replies
    CNS News ^ | 10/10/13 | Eric Scheiner
    ( -The Utah National Guard has cancelled its order for $47,174 in mechanical bulls. had reported the order on Monday in a story that was linked to the Drudge Report and cited on Fox News. A cancellation notice for the contract was posted on the General Services Administration (GSA) website at 9:32 AM Thursday. Press Information Officer Lt. Col. Hank McIntire of the Utah National Guard tells there never really was a contract, “There were glitches in the contracting process. So, no contract was ever drawn up or consummated.” When asked if he could tell what the...
  • Here's The Latest Look At The 'Real' Mega Bears

    05/20/2013 6:27:30 AM PDT · by blam · 2 replies
    TBI ^ | 5-20-2013 | Joe Weisenthal
    Here's The Latest Look At The 'Real' Mega Bears Joe Weisenthal May 20, 2013, 5:51 AM This is a chart that people don't much look at these days. It's updated semi-regularly by Doug Short, and it compares the great US bear market (starting in 2000) with the great Nikkei bear and the Great Depression bear. For awhile all 3 were looking very similarly, but at this point it's clear. The US has broken away from history, and with stocks hitting new highs, doesn't even vaguely resemble the past ones.Doug Short
  • Where Did All The Bears Go?

    03/22/2013 4:26:24 AM PDT · by blam · 4 replies
    TBI ^ | 3-22-2013 | Cullen Roche
    Where Did All The Bears Go? Cullen Roche, Pragmatic CapitalismMarch 22, 2013, 4:45 AMThat’s what Schaeffers Investment Research is asking after a huge run in the market in recent months. Despite persistent chatter that everyone is expecting a market decline (eventually), the data shows that there aren’t many bears at all. Here’s Ryan Detrick from Schaeffers: “It is expiration Friday and we are usually pretty busy, so here’s a quick chart that should give the bulls pause. With news highs being made just about everyday, one thing to be aware of is investors are getting excited. Is this reason to...
  • One Sentence That Explains Why Bears Are Dropping Like Flies

    01/22/2013 6:09:40 AM PST · by blam · 27 replies
    TBI ^ | 1-22-2013 | Joe Weisenthal
    One Sentence That Explains Why Bears Are Dropping Like Flies Joe WeisenthalJanuary 22,2013Flickr / Brian Digital To really appreciate this moment, you really need to appreciate the explosion of optimism that's broken out in global financial markets. It's not just that the S&P is near all-time highs. It's not just that pro-investors are more in stocks than they've been in years. It's also that economic skeptics are starting o throw in the towel, and accept that the economy is back. Either that's a great sign, or it's a sign that things have gotten way to extreme on the positivity front....
  • 2 Bulls fans shot after game in Philadelphia

    12/14/2012 8:54:56 PM PST · by Libloather · 10 replies
    2 Bulls fans shot after game in PhiladelphiaStaff and wire services 7:43 a.m. CST, December 13, 2012 PHILADELPHIA -- Two Bulls fans bragging about the team’s 96-89 victory in Philadelphia Wednesday night were shot while riding a train on the west side of the city, police said. The shooting happened around 10:40 p.m. after “a little bit of banter” between the two fans and two other people, described as between 16 and 19, at 46th and Market streets in West Philadelphia, police said.
  • This Is The Most Bullish Moment We Can Recall Since The Financial Crisis Ended

    09/10/2012 8:39:34 AM PDT · by blam · 25 replies
    TBI ^ | 9-10-2012 | Joe Weisenthal
    This Is The Most Bullish Moment We Can Recall Since The Financial Crisis Ended Joe WeisenthalSep. 10, 2012, 7:57 AMMarkets are down a hair today, but the theme of the morning is clear: Uber-bullishness. Everywhere. This is the most unanimously bullish moment we can recall since the crisis began. Note that this comes as U.S. indices are all within a hair of multi-year highs, and the NASDAQ returns to levels not seen since late 2000. Big macro hedge funds that have been famously flat-footed this year, are now positioned for a continued rally BofA's Mary Ann Bartels explains how they're...
  • Top Wall Street Strategist: 'We're On The Verge Of The Next Great Bull Market'

    08/07/2012 3:02:11 PM PDT · by blam · 60 replies
    TBI ^ | 8-7-2012 | Mamta Badkar
    Top Wall Street Strategist: 'We're On The Verge Of The Next Great Bull Market' Mamta Badkar Aug. 7, 2012, 5:19 PM In an interview with Bloomberg TV however, BMO's Brian Belski says that despite the lack of investor confidence, stocks are set to do well. He also said investors in the past decade have focused too much on macro as opposed to stock fundamentals: "What we have here to quote Cool Hand Luke is "a failure to communicate". Investors clearly have confidence issues this year and that's why you've seen these sharp moves to the upside and the downside. We...
  • Pamplona's Bull Run Begins

    07/07/2012 10:52:20 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 9 replies
    Winston-Salem Journal ^ | July 07, 2012
    One elderly thrill-seeker was gored in a leg and five others slightly injured as thousands of adrenaline-fueled runners raced ahead of six fighting bulls in the streets of the northern Spanish city of Pamplona in the first running of the bulls of this year's San Fermin festival, officials said Saturday. Runners, in white clothing and red kerchiefs around their necks, tripped over each other or fell in the annual mad daredevil rush along early morning dew-moistened streets to the bull ring. One youth got the top of his shirt and kerchief caught on a bull's horn, inches from his face,...
  • The Great Repression: The Impending Economic Collapse Of 2012-2022

    12/09/2011 4:42:23 AM PST · by blam · 9 replies
    Advisor Perspectives ^ | 12-8-2011 | John F. Carlucci
    The Great Repression: The Impending Economic Collapse Of 2012-2022 By John F. Carlucci December 8, 2011 Advisor Perspectives welcomes guest contributions. The views presented here do not necessarily represent those of Advisor Perspectives. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In Part 1 of this series, Is This The Best Stock Market Indicator Ever?, I examined the technical indicator known as $OEXA200R, that is, the percentage of S&P 100 stocks above their 200 day moving average, found on The $OEXA200R can be thought of as a valuable early yellow light flashing 'bears ahead' or a confirmatory green light that we're really back in a bull...
  • Joakim Noah is caught using a gay slur, and he somewhat apologizes

    05/23/2011 9:23:04 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 29 replies
    Yahoo ^ | May 23, 2011 | Kelly Dwyer
    Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah(notes) shouted a homophobic slur at a heckling fan on Sunday night (the video can be seen here), mainly because he decided he was going to act like an unmitigated idiot in that particular situation. There's no way around that level of in-the-moment stupidity. He's since "apologized" (I guess?) for saying, in his words, "something," but does he not really understand that contrition better come a little stronger than that, these days? "I got caught up," Noah said. "I don't mean no disrespect to anybody."
  • A Tale of Two Cows

    10/29/2010 1:12:34 PM PDT · by Vigilanteman · 23 replies
    Our Own Warped Minds ^ | 28 October 2010 | My Fishing Buddies
    A Tale of Two Cows OLD DEMOCRAT: You have two cows. Your neighbor has none. You feel guilty for being successful. Barbara Streisand sings for you. OLD REPUBLICAN: You have two cows. Your neighbor has none. So? NEW DEMOCRAT: You have two cows. Your neighbor has none. But you don’t want him in your gated community disturbing your pastoral environment. You convince him to elect you so that a third neighbor, who has one cow, will be forced to provide him with free milk. NEW REPUBLICAN: You have two cows. Your neighbor has none. You convince him to milk both...
  • Bullish Sentiment Near 2-1/2 Year High

    10/29/2010 4:19:14 AM PDT · by blam · 6 replies
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 10-29-2010 | Charles Rotblut, CFA
    Bullish Sentiment Near 2-1/2 Year High by: AAII October 28, 2010 Optimism among individual investors reached its highest level in nearly two and one-half years, according to the latest AAII Sentiment Survey. Bullish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will rise over the next six months, rose 1.6 percentage points to 51.2%. The historical average is 39%. Neutral sentiment, expectations that stock prices will stay essentially flat over the next six months, rose 2.0 percentage points to 27.2%. This is the highest neutral sentiment has been in five weeks. The historical average is 31%. Bearish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will...
  • Commodities Are Sizzling, Risks Are Building

    10/13/2010 7:07:22 PM PDT · by blam · 41 replies · 1+ views
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 10-13-2010 | Daniel Moser
    Commodities Are Sizzling, Risks Are Building by: Daniel Moser October 13, 2010 Practically all risk assets, and even many “risk-off” assets, have enjoyed extraordinary performance in the past month–maybe even too much. Jim Cramer, like him or not, coined the saying, “bulls make money; bears make money; pigs get slaughtered”. It would appear prudent to print out those words of wisdom and tape it to your computer screens for at least the next few weeks. A substantial portion of the gains in the last month seem most attributable to the prospects for additional quantitative easing. There has been some degree...
  • Detailing The Bullishness Everywhere

    10/10/2010 4:21:31 PM PDT · by blam · 13 replies
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 10-10-2010 | Seeking Delta
    Detailing The Bullishness Everywhere by: Seeking Delta October 10, 2010 The NAAIM (active money managers) and AAII (individual investors) sentiment surveys were released Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Both showed a sizable increase in bullish sentiment. Active managers continue to pile into equities as the NAAIM survey saw a jump in its weekly number from 68% last week to 78% this week. The eight week moving average has been trending up since last July. At 78%, the current equity exposure is now in the “extremely” bullish category (identified as one standard deviation above average). The NAAIM number measures current equity exposure...
  • SocGen's Dylan Grice Explains Why He's A Bear And Takes A Nasty Shot At Paul Krugman

    09/24/2010 11:22:35 AM PDT · by blam · 1 replies
    The Business Insider ^ | 9-24-2010 | Gregory White
    SocGen's Dylan Grice Explains Why He's A Bear And Takes A Nasty Shot At Paul Krugman Gregory White Sep. 24, 2010, 1:53 PM Societe Generale's Dylan Grice has attacked those who label him pessimistic and Keynesian stalwarts in his latest Popular Delusions report. He defends himself and Societe Generale's other famed bear Albert Edwards writing (emphasis ours): We have no qualms about being thought of as extreme bears ... but the truth is that being realistic isn’t the same as being pessimistic and we’d bet on the prepared realists over the blind optimists every time. Grice than jumps to everyone's...
  • Are We Underestimating the Bearish Potential?

    08/03/2010 9:58:31 AM PDT · by blam · 7 replies · 7+ views
    Yahoo Finance ^ | 8-3-2010 | Simon Maierhofer
    Are We Underestimating the Bearish Potential? Simon Maierhofer On Tuesday August 3, 2010, 12:42 pm It happened on November 5, 1994 in Las Vegas. George Foreman was 45 years old, unranked and in no position to demand another title shot. He was a substantial underdog in this fight against Heavy Weight champion Michael Moore. The title fight had little risk to Michael Moore. And so it came, for nine rounds, Moore easily out boxed Foreman. Entering the tenth round, Foreman was trailing on all scorecards. Most had written him off and counted him out. Then, suddenly, a short right hand...
  • Credit Suisse Sees Four Reasons To Remain Bullish

    08/02/2010 7:28:10 AM PDT · by blam · 4 replies · 3+ views
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 8-2-2010 | The Pragmatic Capitalist
    Credit Suisse Sees Four Reasons To Remain Bullish by: The Pragmatic Capitalist August 02, 2010 Credit Suisse is still very bullish. In a recent strategy note they highlighted 4 reasons not to let the bears get you down: 1) The outlook for corporate spending Corporates are underinvested, with free cash-flow as a proportion of GDP at a record high of 4% of GDP and the investment share of GDP at a record low. 2) The outlook for employment Our US employment model is consistent with jobs gains of about 100-125K per month in the US (equivalent to 1.2% growth in...
  • Goldman: Our Clients Are Now 'Uniformly Bearish' And Scared Of Deflation

    07/05/2010 10:23:23 AM PDT · by blam · 73 replies · 2+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 7-5-2010 | Vincent Fernando, CFA
    Goldman: Our Clients Are Now 'Uniformly Bearish' And Scared Of Deflation Vincent Fernando, CFA Jul. 5, 2010, 12:49 PM Lots of these critters now Even the pros are now mostly bearish, according to anecdotal reports from Goldman Sachs. Institutional investors have even begun to expect deflation more than inflation, despite having held the opposite view just a week ago: Goldman: Clients are uniformly bearish, led by the macro community. Market performance reinforced this view with the S&P 500 currently trading at a YTD low of 1023, down 5.0% during the past week and nearly 100 points or 8.5% in two...
  • 12 Charts That Scream Bullish Recovery

    06/16/2010 8:31:52 AM PDT · by blam · 32 replies · 814+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 6-16-2010 | Joe Weisenthal
    12 Charts That Scream Bullish Recovery Joe Weisenthal| Jun. 16, 2010, 7:05 AM Futures may be heading down this morning, but a whole host of market indicators that had been looking extremely ugly just a week or so ago are starting to look good again. Various commodities, currencies, and equities are showing a comeback that could last for awhile. Click here to see the charts >[snip]
  • And Now Bob Prechter Is Bullish On The Euro

    06/10/2010 4:20:06 PM PDT · by blam · 6 replies · 362+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 6-10-2010 | Joe Weisenthal
    And Now Bob Prechter Is Bullish On The Euro Joe Weisenthal Jun. 10, 2010, 4:55 PM Pay attention folks. This is gathering steam. The ranks of the euro bulls is gaining names. This morning it was Jim Rogers, and now Bob Prechter is saying on CNBC that the dollar's run is over. And to his credit, Prechter has DEFINITELY been a dollar bull of late. In fact he's generally been a dollar perma-bull over time. In addition to the argument that the selloff is overdone, Prechter also cited something about Elliot Waves (which is his thing). Expect to see more...
  • AAII Sentiment Survey: Bearish Sentiment Falls, But Still High

    06/03/2010 8:51:59 PM PDT · by blam · 1 replies · 174+ views
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 6-3-2010 | AAII - Charles Rotblut
    AAII Sentiment Survey: Bearish Sentiment Falls, But Still High by: AAII June 03, 2010 Bullish sentiment rebounded 7.3 percentage points to 37.1% in the latest AAII Sentiment Survey. Despite the improvement, the percentage of individual investors who expect stocks to rise over the next six months stayed below the historical average of 39% for the second consecutive week. Neutral sentiment, expectations that stock prices will be essentially unchanged, rose 2.8 percentage points to 22.1%. The historical average is 31%. Bearish sentiment, expectations that stock prices will fall over the next six months, pulled back to 40.8%. Even after accounting for...
  • Bulls Grind Out Another Big Win: Here's What You Need To Know (DJIA +5)

    06/03/2010 1:17:27 PM PDT · by blam · 16 replies · 465+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 6-3-2010 | Joe Weisenthal
    Bulls Grind Out Another Big Win: Here's What You Need To Know Joe Weisenthal Jun. 3, 2010, 4:00 PM Well, it wasn't the most decisive victory, but it was well earned on the part of the bulls, who have now put together two winning days. But first, the scoreboard: Dow: +5 NASDAQ: +23 S&P 500: +10 And now the key stories: * The moderate rise upward was a refreshing. There weren't many huge headlines out of Europe or Asia, and so it appears that for the moment the default for the market is to drift higher. The late-day buying was...
  • The Bears Pull Off Another Successful Win As The Dow Closes Down 115 Points

    01/28/2010 3:32:12 PM PST · by blam · 5 replies · 391+ views
    The Business Insider ^ | 1-28-2010 | Vince Veneziani
    The Bears Pull Off Another Successful Win As The Dow Closes Down 115 Points Vince Veneziani Jan. 28, 2010, 4:17 PM What a day to be short in this zero sum game we call the market! Equities absolutely tanked throughout the day. The Dow closed down 115 points at 10,121. Earlier, it was below the 10,100 mark prompting fears of a four-digit DJIA. The NASDAQ closed down 42 points, nearly 2%, to close at 2179. The S&P took one on the chin, closing at 1084, down 13 points. Commodities were able to make it work today, however. Despite all the...
  • Rude Awakening For Stock Market Investors 2010

    01/25/2010 2:39:48 PM PST · by blam · 5 replies · 971+ views
    The Market Oracle ^ | 1-25-2010 | Martin D Weiss
    Rude Awakening For Stock Market Investors 2010 Stock-Markets / Stocks Bear Market Jan 25, 2010 - 10:09 AM By: Martin D Weiss The heyday of the Bush-Obama bailout frenzy is coming to an end. The bailout’s base of public support, tenuous from the outset, is collapsing. Its chief architects — Treasury Secretary Geithner and Fed Chairman Bernanke — are politically dead or dying; its loyal opposition — Obama adviser Paul Volcker and FDIC Chairman Bair — is gaining rapidly in influence. Suddenly and with growing momentum, America is shifting into a brand new phase of the crisis … The Rude...
  • Gold, Oil, Copper ETFs Soar As The Dollar Bulls Emerge

    12/18/2009 8:06:57 AM PST · by blam · 20 replies · 815+ views
    Seeking Alpha ^ | 12-18-2009 | Tom Lydon
    Gold, Oil, Copper ETFs Soar As The Dollar Bulls Emerge by: Tom Lydon December 17, 2009 It was only a few weeks ago that the U.S. dollar was hitting 15-month lows. Now, for the first time since March, the dollar bulls are out in force and giving a boost to gold, oil and copper ETFs. Investors are putting their bets on the recovery of the U.S. economy, now that the recovery is showing signs of sustainability. As a result, investors turned bullish on the dollar for the first time since March, reports Chris Fournier for Bloomberg. The world’s primary reserve...
  • FOXNEWS Cost of Freedom, Bulls and Bears Saturday Business Block

    10/17/2009 7:45:40 AM PDT · by Son House · 9 replies · 596+ views ^ | October 17, 2009 |
    We've got to work harder at getting information out, thanks state run media. There are some charts and issues we need to educate others on; 2009 Federal Revenue and Spending Book of Charts Income Tax Receipts Stay Constant Even as Tax Rates Decline A Breakdown of Federal Revenue Sources Is Social insurance all those Social Security Administration IOU's we owe? I'd guess yes...
  • Madoff Was Obsessed With Bulls

    09/09/2009 5:23:33 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 11 replies · 835+ views
    NBC New York ^ | Wed, Sep 9, 2009 | JENNIFER MILLMAN
    If you take a tour of Bernie Madoff's penthouse or check out the furnishings in his Palm Beach digs, his beach home or even his yacht, you'll walk away with one clear, albeit disturbing, thought in your mind: The man apparently has a bull fetish. Madoff's got bull statues in his Upper East Side luxury digs. He's got bull paintings in his Palm Beach house. He's got a yacht named "Bull," a smaller boat named "Little Bull" and has T-shirts decorated with bull logos and motifs. Get this: The disgraced financier even has napkins and glassware engraved with "Bull" --...
  • Spanish Man Gored to Death at Pamplona "Running of the Bulls" - Video 7/10/09

    07/10/2009 11:53:50 AM PDT · by Federalist Patriot · 20 replies · 1,027+ views
    Freedom's Lighthouse ^ | July 10, 2009 | BrianinMO
    WARNING - GRAPHIC VIDEO - Here is graphic video of a Spanish man being gored by a bull at the annual Pamplona "Running of the Bulls" in Spain yesterday. The video is chaotic and in Spanish, but if you look carefully in the center of the screen you see a man in a striped shirt. You then see the bull make one quick thrust which gores the man on the left side of his neck. At the end of the video you see the man on a stretcher with emergency personnel trying to stop the bleeding. The man - said...
  • Man Gored to Death During Pamplona Bull Run (Darwinism at work)

    07/10/2009 5:08:04 AM PDT · by Red in Blue PA · 23 replies · 1,081+ views
    Foxnews ^ | 7/10/2009 | Staff
    PAMPLONA, Spain — A charging bull gored a young man to death Friday at Pamplona's San Fermin festival, the first such fatality in nearly 15 years. Nine others were injured in a particularly dangerous and chaotic chapter of the running of the bulls. The San Fermin festival Web site said the unidentified man was gored in the neck and lung during a run in which a rogue bull separated from the pack, which is among the worst things that can happen at Spain's most popular fiesta. Photographs showed the man lying on a stretcher moments after the goring, his face...
  • More Room for Bulls to Roam (the charts suggest that there's still upside for stocks)

    06/02/2009 5:45:58 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 31 replies · 621+ views
    Barron's ^ | June 2,2009 | MICHAEL KAHN
    LAST WEEK WAS PIVOTAL for the stock market as the major indexes ignored preliminary technical breakdowns and shrugged off bad news. Indeed, even for a bear such as me, the writing was on the wall as bearish reversal patterns changed into bullish continuation patterns (see Getting Technical, "Why the Bulls Just Won't Die," May 28). With Monday's big stock-market gains -- at least as of 3 p.m. ET -- it does look as if the bulls are not only alive but well, at least in the short-term. Of course, the question is just how long the rally can keep going....
  • Happy New Year (Great SI story on Vick's adopted Pit Bulls)

    12/28/2008 12:47:46 PM PST · by MAD-AS-HELL · 43 replies · 1,497+ views
    THE DOG approaches the outstretched hand. Her name is Sweet Jasmine, and she is 35 pounds of twitchy curiosity with a coat the color of fried chicken, a pink nose and brown eyes. She had spent a full 20 seconds studying this five-fingered offering before advancing. Now, as she moves forward, her tail points straight down, her butt is hunched toward the ground, her head is bowed, her ears pinned back. She stands at maybe three quarters of her height.
  • Father Shoots Neighbor's Pit Bull

    11/22/2008 3:16:17 PM PST · by familyop · 102 replies · 1,896+ views
    cbs, News12 ^ | 21NOV08 | Chuck Weber
    A local father shot and killed a neighbor's pit bull. The dog was loose and had followed a child into the dad's home. Law enforcement says no one will face charges because of the incident-- not the father for shooting the dog in front of children, nor the pit bull's owner for letting the dog get out. It happened in a quiet neighborhood west of Lantana, the dog shot in the driveway of the home of J.R. Martin. Martin declined comment. But here's what the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and Animal Control say happened. At least two girls were...
  • One More Nail in the Bear's Coffin (The Bulls are Flexing their Muscles)

    04/04/2008 5:24:44 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 6 replies · 101+ views
    Money News ^ | April 4, 2008 | Max Whitmore (The Chartist)
    Tuesday's huge rally was the second call to arms for the bulls. Both the rally just after the Bear Stearns episode, which was also a near 400-point move in the Dow, and this latest rally were what are called 90 percent up days. That is, the up volume was over 90 percent of the total volume for the day. This kind of day is hugely bullish and is often indicative of a bottom being established, a slow but sure turning of the ship to a new direction. Now, before I go any further, let me repeat that my Super Chart...
  • Shelter Must Care for Pit Bulls Seized in Dogfighting Case (Adoptable dogs may die to make space)

    08/16/2007 1:59:53 PM PDT · by SergeiRachmaninov · 16 replies · 521+ views
    WRAL-TV ^ | 8/16/07
    GREENSBORO, N.C. — An animal shelter may have to euthanize healthy, adoptable dogs because it must care for 15 pit bulls seized from the property of a man charged with dogfighting and animal cruelty.
  • Two American brothers badly gored at San Fermin

    07/13/2007 6:34:52 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 77 replies · 3,262+ views
    Two American brothers badly gored at San Fermin 13 July 2007 MADRID - Two American brothers seriously gored during a bull run in the northeastern Spanish city of Pamplona were recovering at a hospital Friday. Lawrence Lenahan, 26, of Hermosa Beach, California, and his brother, Michael Lenahan, 23, of Philadelphia, were gored Thursday by a bull who strayed from the pack. Thirteen people were injured and seven were gored, including the Lenahan brothers and another two men who were seriously injured. Michael Lenahan, a sales executive for General Mills, was injured shortly before making it to the bullring _ the...
  • Spain's bull run begins with few injured

    07/07/2007 1:35:34 PM PDT · by don-o · 17 replies · 2,275+ views
    AFP via Yahoo News ^ | July 7, 2007 | AMANDA RIVKIN
    PAMPLONA, Spain - Six massive bulls charged down the packed streets of Pamplona on Saturday during the first run of the San Fermin Festival, which combines the half-ton animals with damp cobblestones and revelers steeped in adrenaline and alcohol. Injuries are usually common as the crowds strive to keep ahead of the bulls in the narrow streets. But only seven people were treated for minor injuries this year, including an Australian man who was slightly gored and a Spaniard who escaped with a minor shoulder injury after being tossed in the air and falling into the path of another bull,...
  • Pamplona bull-running festival starts

    07/06/2007 1:08:33 PM PDT · by mgstarr · 76 replies · 1,941+ views
    AP ^ | 7/6/07 | AMANDA RIVKIN
    Thousands of revelers sprayed each other with sparkling wine and the mayor of this northeastern city launched a skyrocket at noon Friday to start Spain's most famous festival, the San Fermin running of the bulls. "Men and women of Pamplona, viva San Fermin!" Mayor Yolanda Barcina shouted from the city hall balcony. Crowds packed the town hall square, most dressed in the traditional garb of white shirts and trousers, and red handkerchiefs. Residents threw water on the revelers from balconies to cool them off. The launch of the skyrocket, known as the "chupinazo," began the nine-day fiesta that was popularized...
  • Bulls beat Pistons to make it a series

    05/15/2007 7:54:54 PM PDT · by Nachum · 2 replies · 202+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | May 15, 2007 | LARRY LAGE,
    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - Suddenly, it's a series. Ben Gordon scored 28 points and the hot-shooting Chicago Bulls beat the Detroit Pistons 108-92 Tuesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, pulling to 3-2 in the series. Detroit opened the series with two routs and made a big comeback in the third game, leading some to predict it would end with a sweep — or in five games at the most. Obviously, the Bulls had other plans. Game 6 is Thursday night in Chicago and if Game 7 is necessary, it would be Monday night back on the...
  • 'Raging Bulls' depart Iraq, head back to sea (22nd MEU)

    03/24/2006 4:19:32 PM PST · by SandRat · 4 replies · 819+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Lance Cpl. Peter R. Miller
    USS NASSAU, At Sea (March 24, 2006) -- The flight line at Al Asad Air Base was a flurry of rotor blades and wrench-toting men and women while Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 261 (Reinforced) was in Iraq. Night and day for months, these mechanics, avionics and air frame specialists and a myriad of other supporting personnel of HMM-261 (Rein) enabled the squadron’s 1,845 sorties of more than 3,000 combat flight hours. Even though those on the flight line rarely saw the direct benefits of their job, their hard work kept Marines throughout Iraq safe. “We delivered a lot of bullets...
  • Fan Wants Apology from Davis; Knicks Player Says No

    01/20/2006 4:50:19 PM PST · by ReleaseTheHounds · 60 replies · 1,508+ views
    Yahoo News & Associated Press ^ | January 20, 2006 | David Brummer
    The fan accused of harassing the wife of New York Knicks forward Antonio Davis will drop threats of a lawsuit if the couple says it's sorry, the man's attorney said Friday. No way, Davis said. "I'm not apologizing to anybody for anything," Davis said on a conference call. "I don't think that my wife did anything wrong, I don't think that I did anything wrong." ... Axelrod's [the Fan's] father, David, is a prominent Democratic political consultant in Chicago who has worked with Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley.
  • Fan in altercation with Kendra Davis is son of Big Dem! Plans to sue!

    01/19/2006 2:16:09 PM PST · by Stoooopendous · 14 replies · 1,956+ views
    Espn.Com ^ | 01/19/05 | AP
    ---Excerpt--- Axelrod's father, David, is a prominent Democratic political consultant in Chicago who has worked with Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley. "When I go to games, I cheer as hard as I can for the Bulls, and I boo as hard as I can for whoever they're playing," Michael Axelrod said. "I don't feel comfortable if players are allowed to easily jump into the crowd whenever they feel like it's necessary." Axelrod's attorney, Jay Paul Deratany, said he planned to sue Davis and his wife for more than $1 million. Deratany said he...
  • Raging Bulls charge into Iraq for the second time

    12/26/2005 9:57:10 AM PST · by SandRat · 6 replies · 513+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Dec 26, 2005 | Maj. Eric R. Dent
    AL ASAD AIRFIELD, Iraq (Dec. 26, 2005) -- Marines and sailors poured from the back of assault helicopters to a familiar place last week as Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 261 (Reinforced) returned to western Iraq prepared to assist in Operation Iraqi Freedom. For many of the “Raging Bull” aircrew and maintainers, the airfield at Al Asad is quite familiar. Nearly half of the squadron’s Marines operated at the sprawling Iraqi air base for nearly seven months last year. The composite squadron is currently deployed as the aviation combat element of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable). While in...
  • Running of the Bulls starts today...

    07/06/2005 3:28:58 AM PDT · by prisoner6 · 16 replies · 444+ views
    Welcome to the Plaza del Castillo, Pamplona. The Plaza del Castillo is in the heart of Pamplona's old town and the major focus for partying during the world-famous San Fermin festival, during which 'el encierro' (The Running of the Bulls) takes place. Plaza del Castillo WEBCAM
  • Dwarfs face bulls in mini-fights

    06/07/2005 2:07:07 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 29 replies · 746+ views
    Yahoo | Reuters ^ | 6/7/05 | Catherine Bremer
    VALLE DE SANTIAGO, Mexico (Reuters) - The rousing trumpet music, the swish of the cape and the shouts of "Ole!" as the bull charges are all familiar to anyone who has seen a bullfight. The unnerving thing in the bullring at this dusty central Mexican town is that bull and bullfighter are standing eye to eye, both about four feet high. The Mexican "dwarf bullfighters" are carrying on a tradition born in Spain along with regular bullfighting, as well as an even longer legacy of "little people" as entertainers. But they say the ring showcases their skill and comic artistry,...
  • Preserving the Buffalos: Fate of Texas Herd Rests with Donated Bulls

    02/06/2005 3:18:49 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 30 replies · 879+ views
    Laredo, TX, Morning Times ^ | 02-06-05 | Blaney, Betsy
    Preserving the buffalos Fate of Texas herd rests with donated bulls By BETSY BLANEY Associated Press CAPROCK CANYONS STATE PARK, Texas The rumble from stampeding bison used to shake the earth as thousands of the majestic animals thundered across these parts centuries ago. That sound has faded almost entirely now, and the fate of one of the last pure herds in North America begun by famed cattleman Charles Goodnight rests with a trio of bulls donated by media tycoon Ted Turner. The herd, once 250 strong, has dwindled to 53, and more than a century of inbreeding threatens it survival....