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Thursday, March 13, 2008

ASHLEY ALEXANDRA DUPRE;BABY BORN WITH TWO FACES;WOMAN SITS ON TOILET FOR TWO YEARS-WTF?

There Have been a lot of WTF?moments this week,but none top the following:
Perhaps the most outrageous of them all,Governor Eliot Spitzer has to resign because of his association with a prostitution ring;Pictures of his favorite call girl Kristen a.k.a Ashley Alexandra Dupre has surfaced. In other unbelievable news,a baby is born in India with two faces! Finally,more outrageous than the two,if that is at all possible,a woman gets stuck on a toilet for two years(well,actually she sits there for two years.)Read all about these top stories below:
More photos are surfacing of “Kristen” (a.k.a. Ashley Alexandra DuprĂ©), the woman who is at the centre of the sex scandal that forced disgraced Governor of New York Eliot Spitzer to resign.CONTINUE READING AT FADED YOUTH BLOG



Word is spreading among villagers in northern India of a baby born this week with two faces.The newborn girl is seen as an incarnation of God, and people are making offerings and asking for the baby's blessing.The doctor who delivered the girl said she and her mother are healthy and doing well.The baby girl's parents hope the government will help them give the little girl further treatment. SOURCE

SAVING THE BEST FOR LAST...

The strangest and likely most e-mailed story in many parts [Yesterday] -- on a day when the governor of New York resigned because of a call-girl scandal -- belonged not to New York City's tabloids, but The Hutchinson News in far western Kansas.

"Oh, I knew this one would get picked up," Newsroom Editor Jason Probst said with a laugh.

And how. The News reported the incredibly bizarre case of a woman in Ness City, Kan., who sat on her boyfriend's toilet for two years -- becoming stuck to the seat as her skin literally grew around it. For all that time, the boyfriend, whom authorities would not identify, took her food and water, and, he told Ness County Sheriff's officers, begged her to come out. But he apparently never thought to call for help until Feb. 27.
CONTINUE READING AT EDITOR&PUBLISHER

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