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  • Mystery Creature Sighting Stuns N.J. Town; No One Has First Clue What It Is

    08/07/2013 7:46:43 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 126 replies
    cbs ^ | August 2, 2013 7:12 PM | John Slattery
    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – There has been a strange sighting of a strange creature in a suburban New Jersey town – and pictures of it have residents asking “What the heck is that?” CBS 2’s John Slattery was working the day watch out of Manhattan, when his boss gave him this juicy assignment. He took a vehicle out of Midtown. The sighting happened on Friday. He and his cameraman headed for the leafy community of Ridgewood, which was apparently being terrorized by an odd creature that lurks in and out of storm drains. Slattery obtained video of the creature from...
  • Ron Paul and the “Cujo” Effect

    03/04/2010 6:05:43 PM PST · by 1pitech · 78 replies · 926+ views
    Renew America ^ | 03-04-10 | Paul A. Ibbetson
    Ron Paul, the failed presidential candidate of 2008, has become the Cujo of the Republican Party, but not for many of the reasons you may think. Just like the loveable St. Bernard of Stephen King’s creative mind, there is an often unobserved duality to the Texas congressman. Like Cujo, Ron Paul is far from being “all bad.”
  • Ron Paul and the "Cujo" effect

    03/05/2010 5:56:38 AM PST · by Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus · 11 replies · 372+ views
    Renew America ^ | 4 March 2010 | Paul Ibbetson
    In the early 1980's Stephen King made all dogs a little more suspect with the horror novel Cujo. The story hinged around a more-than-loveable St. Bernard that contracted rabies while chasing a rabbit and became an unpredictable, crazed killing machine. A large portion of the novel and its well-created movie equivalent was centered on a mother and child as they fought to stay alive against the continuous attacks of the transformed-rabid dog. Among the thrills and chills of this story, one can pick out many sad parts to this tale. I have long thought that among the many losers of...
  • Police Shoot Dog In Front Of Family

    12/21/2006 7:18:44 PM PST · by FreedomCalls · 294 replies · 4,935+ views
    WFSB Eyewitness3 News ^ | December 21, 2006 | WFSB
    HARTFORD, Conn. -- Police shot a man's dog in front of his daughter on Wednesday night. Channel 3 Eyewitness News reporter Jamie Roth reported Hartford police officers shot a St. Bernard by the front door of Glen Harris' home. ... Harris claimed it all began when officers unexpectedly showed up in the yard. ... "They didn't knock. They ignored the sign, the dog sees or hears (and) protects my daughter, so he ran toward him -- not growling, not foaming at the mouth, not anything," Harris said. Police told Eyewitness News the officers were investigating a complaint about guns when...
  • Wanna Hear Something Really Scary?

    05/25/2006 3:43:27 PM PDT · by MissAmericanPie · 172 replies · 4,344+ views
    self ^ | May 25, 2006 | MissAmericanPie
    Tuesday, May 16, I was wakened from a deep sleep at 5:30 am by something biting me, I leapt out of bed and turned on the closet light to see a large rat run under the covers. I was later informed by a lady two streets over that we are under a sudden rat invasion. I had never seen a trace of a rat in my home. I took my bloody thumb to the sink and washed the wound throughly and put alchol on it, then repeated about ten mins later. I called my physician who told me to go...
  • Saint Bernards Kill Steer, Other Animals In Local County (Macomb)

    05/09/2004 3:45:05 PM PDT · by Dan from Michigan · 41 replies · 342+ views
    Saint Bernards Kill Steer, Other Animals In Local County Judge To Decide Fate Of Dogs POSTED: 8:17 p.m. EDT May 7, 2004 UPDATED: 8:52 p.m. EDT May 7, 2004 Two Saint Bernard dogs were placed in a Macomb County shelter after they apparently went on a killing spree. Among the victims of the dogs were a steer, a sheep, deer, llamas and a 200-pound pig, according to Local 4 reports. Robert Wangelin, who sells fresh produce and beef, said he was confronted by the dogs when stepping out to work on his farm in northern Macomb one morning. "There was...