Archive for September 18th, 2014

Juan, More Time

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

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If you’re planning a prison escape, Maria del Mar Arjona might not be the woman you should ask for advice.  Maria and her common law husband, Juan Tijerina, planned a daring escape from a Mexican prison.

The cagey couple decided after a conjugal visit, they would leave her clothes in the trailer, Juan would curl up in the suitcase, and Maria would simply walk him out the door to freedom.

They had some bad luck from the start.  Maria had trouble pulling the escape vehicle and prison guards noticed it was very bulky and seemed to be moving in places.  When they stopped the suitcase and pulled the zipper, an embarrassed Juan tried to hide his face (this must have been the back-up plan) and Maria was immediately arrested.

A spokesman for police in the Caribbean state of Quintana Roo said the prison staff never saw an escape attempt “that was so stupid.”

It showed them if you’ve seen Juan,  you’ve seen them all.

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Strippers Take Note:

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Filling All Cavities

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Are You Sirius?

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Heather and Adam Barrington of Charlotte, North Carolina are expecting a baby in July. After reading “The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life” (available at Amazon for $20.24) they decided to go to Hawaii so dolphins can assist in the birth of their child.

Dolphins, you say?

The couple flew to Hawaii to begin the months-long preparation for the birth.  Presumably the dolphins are already there. The Barringtons are being supported by the Sirius Institute, a research group which is dedicated to  “dolphinizing” the planet. This means the integration of the Cetacea (dolphins and whales) into our culture as we raise our level of consciousness to be more like theirs.”

In Sirius Institute dolphin-attended births, “free dolphins” are used – not animals kept in captivity. That’s why pregnant women have to bond for months with pods near “coastal areas throughout the islands where dolphins come close to shore.”

Science writer Christie Wilcox, however, says “this has to be, hands down, one of the worst natural birthing ideas anyone has ever had.”  She went on to say that though dolphins are frequently friendly toward humans, they’ve also attacked people with basically no warning. AND they also might try to rape you. Uh-oh.

There’s no truth to the rumor that the Barringtons will name their child ‘Flipper.’

For a better birthing experience – having your child with multiple orgasms – go here:

 

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