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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Pooping Cyclist Starts Wildfire!

According to NBC News, more than 73 acres of land in the Hulls Gulch Reserve in Idaho was reportedly damaged by fire after a cyclist attempted to light a tissue he used after defecating- the ember from the attempt set some dry grass on fire. The cyclist who remained anonymous has to pay a $250 fine and may also have to pay the full cost of putting it out, which the Idaho Statesman reports could be in the thousands to cover the helicopters, air tankers, and ground crews that stopped the blaze from spreading to neighborhoods.
A plane dumps fire retardant on a grass fire in the Hulls Gulch Reserve area of foothills, in Boise, Idaho on July 22, 2015.

Boise Fire Department said the fire was put out at Wednesday evening. Police have not determined whether they will hold the man, who turned himself in, criminally or financially responsible. However, he was issued a citation for starting the fire.

Hulls Gulch Reserve is one of the two City Reserves known for its MOUNTAIN BIKE LOOPS offering.
Hulls Gulch Reserve MOUNTAIN BIKE LOOPS.
This article originally appeared on Newser: A Cyclist Stops to Poop, Ends Up Starting Wildfire.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Till Death Do Us Part: Undertakers' Wedding with Casket Prop!

Jenny Tay and Darren Cheng wedding photos featuring a casket as a prop. PHOTO: JENNY TAY/STRAITSTIMES

Its will certainly be a cringe-worthy move but Ms Jenny Tay, 29, and her fiance Darren Cheng, 30, have opted for a casket as a prop in a series of pictures taken for their wedding in October. They are dead serious about their profession and their wedding since both are actually in the funeral trade. Tay is the  managing director of Direct Funeral Services and Cheng is the company’s operations and business development director.

Tay is the daughter of Roland Tay, 70, a colorful undertaker well-known for arranging free funerals for murder victims, the poor and the destitute. The Buddhist couple have taken over the business from Tay and have been working at Direct for two years. They are on a mission to modernize and professionalize the trade and remove the taboos associated with death and funerals.

Tay and Cheng wedding photos featuring a casket as a prop. PHOTO: JENNY TAY/STRAITSTIMES
Tay sought out photographer Joel Lim, a commercial lensman who recently shot campaigns for a department store in Hong Kong Ion Orchard and Lane Crawford. The shoot itself took just one day – but planning took about three months with a unique challenge to make the pictures look good without being too morbid. Initial plans to shoot the pictures with a white horse at the Singapore Turf Club in Kranji were nixed when they could not get permission. They decided to do the shoot –in Punggol, or Ponggol, a neighbourhood in northeastern Singapore instead.

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

UFC fighter Yoel Romero: 'Go for Jesus, NOT for gay Jesus'!

So one has to be more "careful" NOW in publicly expressing or defending ones Catholic/Christian beliefs for fear of offending same-sex marriage advocates and the LGBT community in general?! Check this out.....

Yoel Romero, who defeated Lyoto Machida at UFC Fight Night 70 via knockout, made some unusual comments just days after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

“Hey UFC! Hey Miami! Hey Florida!,” the Cuban born fighter said, riling up the crowd at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. Then the interview took an unexpected turn.

“What happened to you, USA? Wake up, USA! Go! Go back for you, go! Go for Jesus. No for gay Jesus people." This apparently has something to do with recent social media photos of gay men kissing while dressed as Jesus in celebration of the controversial Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage which outraged Christian groups.

Fox Sports tweeted and quickly deleted a video of the speech with the accompanying message: "Yoel Romero beats Machida and then proceeds to scold the United States for believing that #LoveAlwaysWins".Twitter users quickly reacted, with some supporting Romero and some in disagreement.

At the post-fight press conference, Romero claimed that he was misunderstood because of his accent and intended to say "don't forget Jesus."......I don't think so...but the violent reaction against what he said says a lot about how the world has come to lately......