The Best of FAIL Blog

June 22, 2009

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For your viewing pleasure, I present to you the very BEST of the WORST of FAIL Blog…
– FlashAddict

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Will you take my temperature?

Will you take my temperature?

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This made me laugh for over 10 minutes last night…

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I want to party with this girl…

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I want this guy to be my best man when I get married…

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This guy got PWND…

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Death Cab-Roller Coaster Tycoon 3

January 31, 2009

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Who wouldn’t want the ability to cause mayhem and destruction on a scale like this?!?!?
– FlashAddict

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Eleven-month-old boy accidentally dials 9-1-1 and gets dad arrested

January 21, 2009

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This guy just got PWND…
– FlashAddict

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By The Canadian Press
WHITE ROCK, B.C. – A B.C. man probably wishes he had given his 11-month-old son a set of keys to play with instead of a phone, after the infant accidentally dialled 9-1-1 and brought police to dad’s marijuana grow operation.

Mounties say a 9-1-1 call came in from a White Rock, B.C. residence Friday morning but whoever was on the other end of the line hung up. Officers arrived at the residence and after numerous knocks on the door went unanswered, they entered the home.

“The gentleman was quite surprised,” said White Rock RCMP Const. Janelle Canning.

She said the 29-year-old male, startled by the sudden sight of police, insisted he hadn’t made the call.

When it was suggested a child might have dialled, the father objected and said his son was far too young.

That’s when police spotted the baby boy, phone in hand.

“We saw him playing with the cordless phone and just pressing all the buttons, so evidently he had called 9-1-1,” Canning said.

With that mystery solved, officers began inspecting the residence and soon discovered a 500-plant marijuana grow operation.

The father was arrested and will appear in court in early April on charges of production of a controlled substance and mischief.

The boy was removed from the home by the Ministry of Children and Family Development, though he was later released into his mother’s custody.

The mother does not live in the residence and Canning says she had no idea what was going on at the home.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090121/national/20090121_baby_dials911


Dopey drug smuggler who asks U.S. customs for help gets 14-year sentence

January 17, 2009

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This guy is up for dumba$$ of the year award…what do you guys think?
– FlashAddict

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Fri Jan 16, 7:19 PM
By The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER, B.C. – A cocaine mule who lost his shipment and called U.S. customs officials for help has been handed a 14-year prison term in by a U.S. District Court judge in Seattle.

Leroy Carr, of Federal Way, Wash., was convicted last October of intent to distribute drugs after being arrested near the Sumas border crossing leading into British Columbia.

Trial records show Carr called U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in August 2007, claiming he had stashed 31 kilograms of cocaine near the border but when he returned he couldn’t find the back packs.

A news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Carr asked customs officers to issue a news release saying the government had seized the drugs “so that the organized crime group he worked for (in British Columbia) would not retaliate against him for stealing the drugs.”

Two weeks later, a Boy Scout Ranger called officials to say he had found the drugs.

During his trial Carr claimed he never possessed the drugs, even though he drew a map pinpointing where he thought he left the drugs for customs officials.

When handing down his sentence, Judge Ricardo Martinez said there were a number of signs Carr was involved in substantial amounts of smuggling over a period of time.

Court records show Carr had run into border agents on many occasions and each time he was caught with large amounts of cash and tools commonly used by smugglers, such as night-vision goggles and a global positioning system.

In asking for a significant sentence, U.S. assistant attorney Kate Crisham wrote to the court that evidence presented at trial demonstrated that this was not Carr’s first time trafficking cocaine.

“He had smuggled drugs across the border on numerous occasions on behalf of the Hell’s Angels,” she wrote.

“As a cocaine smuggler, the defendant was an integral part of the illegal distribution network that continues to feed the demand for the drug.”

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090116/koddities/20090116_oddity_lost_dope