Articles for "Oddly Enough" (416 posts)

Eager male llama chases female onto highway

On July 16th, 2010, posted in: Oddly Enough by

BERLIN (Reuters) – A male llama chased his prospective mate onto a busy German motorway forcing police to rescue her, authorities said Wednesday. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Power company tells customer she is dead

On July 16th, 2010, posted in: Oddly Enough by

VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian woman has had to convince her electricity supplier that she is alive after the company wrote to her asking for information about her contract following her “passing away.” Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Film with Bin Laden lookalike banned

On July 16th, 2010, posted in: Oddly Enough by

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistani censors have banned an Indian comedy film featuring a lookalike of al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden, the film’s distributor said on Wednesday. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Scary Queen Mary advert banned

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LONDON (Reuters) – An advert featuring a moving image of Tudor Queen Mary I turning into a flesh-eating zombie has been banned after complaints that it scared children. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Ever sent a racy text to the wrong person?

On July 14th, 2010, posted in: Oddly Enough by

LONDON (Reuters) – Twenty percent of Britons have managed to send racy texts to the wrong person, and nearly one in 10 has been caught red-handed “sexting,” according to a poll on Tuesday. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Armor makers busy ahead of Medieval battle replay

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LUBLIN, Poland (Reuters) – Just like his Medieval counterparts 600 years ago armourer Tomasz Samula has hardly any time to outfit his knights before battle commences. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Manure helps power new army barracks

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LONDON (Reuters) – Bio-fuel pellets made from horse manure will help power the new barracks of the Royal Horse Artillery, the Ministry of Defense announced. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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For sale: Canada's lakeside G8 summit host resort

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TORONTO (Reuters) – The lakeside Canadian resort that played host to a summit of the Group of Eight rich nations last month is up for sale. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Russian curators anger church, but escape jail

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MOSCOW (Reuters) – Two Russian curators were found guilty Monday of inciting religious hatred in a case that has highlighted the growing influence of the church and its links to the Russian government. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit http://www.stockorange.com

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Adrenaline, injuries in Spain's running of the bulls

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MADRID (Reuters) – A runner was gored in the thigh by a bulls’ horn on Friday as Spain’s adrenaline-filled week-long running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona entered day three. Original post here Reuters: Oddly Enough For hot penny stock picks, daily small cap alerts, and stock market news alerts visit […]

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