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Dindus, Dundids and Dodos in the News, with Jeremy Bentham

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Kathryn Hagan

Woman fends off robber armed with stun gun; Man arrested

Three Sketchy Bitches

Wow, a triple, triple Talaq! That’s a hat trick for sure.

“Three women previously married to a man and divorced through triple talaq came together to foil their husband's plan to get married for the fourth time in the Bahraich district of Uttar Pradesh. It has also come to light that the three women had filed a police complaint, accusing their husband of making obscene MMS and raping a minor.”

Talaq (repudiation)

In the ṭalāq divorce, the husband pronounces the phrase "I divorce you" to his wife. A man may divorce his wife three times, taking her back after the first two (reconciling). After the third talaq they can't get back together until she marries someone else.

Bahraich man who divorced his wives after making obscene MMS booked

What a Tulwar is For

Maybe he just got tired of living.

“Ephemeral wretch, begotten by accident and toil, why do you force me to tell you what would be your greatest boon not to hear? What would be best for you is quite beyond your reach: not to have been born, not to be, to be nothing. But the second best is to die soon.”

- From The Birth of Tragedy by Friedrich Nietzsche, 1872

“A Saudi Arabian man who renounced Islam and made disparaging remarks about the prophet Muhammad has been sentenced to death.”

“Authorities became aware of Ahmad Al-Shamri in 2014 after he uploaded a series of videos reflecting his views on social media. He was subsequently arrested on charges of atheism and blasphemy, faced trial and was sentenced to death in February 2015. Al-Shamri is reportedly in his early 20s and comes from the city of Hafar Al-Batin, located in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province. The defendant initially pleaded insanity, saying that he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol when he made the comments, Hala Dosari, an advisory board member of Human Rights Watch (HRW) told the Washington Post.”

“She added that “his trial focused heavily on Quranic law and little on any mitigating mental illness. As a result, Al-Shamri has been sentenced to death for being an atheist.”

“…Leaving Islam is punishable by death in the ultra-conservative kingdom.”

Saudi Arabian to die for renouncing Islam

You could own this awesome flying car a lot sooner than you think

The Kitty Hawk Flyer is an all-electric aircraft that's designed to "fly" over water. And it's pretty cool.

One Hard Looking Bitch

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Augusta Man Takes Road Rage to a New Level & Fails…

Ontario mobster Angelo Musitano reportedly shot dead

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