Ideas & Opinions NORMAL people being Crazy

Winslow

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In Coventry, England someone dubbed the Cat-Shaver is catching cats and shaving a square into their fur, Metro News reported on January 11th. Not just a small patch, either: 6-year-old Tallulah had a large bald spot on her stomach that owner Bonnie Towe noticed when her daughter picked the cat up.
"Did someone take her and bring her back? Or did they do it in a car?" Towe wondered. "We did notice she wasn't going out quite as much. She mostly sits at home and looks out the window."
Other victims' owners have discovered one another on Facebook, speculating the cats are being marked as targets. But no other harm has come to any of them.
 

Winslow

My Toughest Problem Has Been Solved.
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#22
Mary Brown, 37, of Durand, Wisconsin, was charged with physical abuse of an elder person after she performed surgery on a man under her care.
Brown was working as a hospice nurse at Spring Valley Health and Rehab Center, where she cared for a patient suffering from severe frostbite on his feet.
Brown took it upon herself to remove the victim's right foot---without a doctor's order or permission. Another nurse, who held the victim's hand during the procedure, said he was moaning and squeezing her hand, and he told yet another nurse that he felt everything, and it hurt bad.

Brown's family reportedly has a taxidermy shop where she intended to display the foot with a sign saying "Wear your boots, kids."
 

Winslow

My Toughest Problem Has Been Solved.
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#23
No, not crazy but the person in this news report is somewhat offbeat.
From Orwell, Ohio: Police called the County Sheriff's Office to help them corral a drunk driving suspect--but it wasn't your typical "reckless operator," WOIO-TV reported. Twenty-one-year-old Nathan Miller was charged with OVI--operating a vehicle while intoxicated--for driving his horse-drawn Amish buggy on the wrong side of Hague road. Officers were able to get in front of the horse and buggy, but the rig did not stop; it turned out Miller was passed out in the driver's seat. While deputies tried to get control of the horse, it crashed into a patrol car. Miller was treated for injuries at the scene.
 

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