Rahm On Goat's Head At Wrigley: 'We'll Be On It'

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Cubs found a severed goat's head at Wrigley Field on Wednesday, and they're treating the cruel reference to a longtime curse as a crime.

Chicago police were called in to investigate after a man stopped the white van he was driving, walked a box to a security entrance on Waveland Avenue and wordlessly put it down, Cubs spokesman Julian Green said.
Security workers opened the box, addressed to team owner Tom Ricketts, and discovered the severed head. The team immediately called police.

Day Care Worker Allegedly Bites Child To Teach Him Not To Bite

CINCINNATI -- A southwest Ohio day care worker has been charged with assault for allegedly biting a 5-year-old boy to teach him not to bite others.

Court records show 56-year-old Robin Mullins of Cincinnati was arrested Thursday. Police say a visible bite mark was left on the boy's arm in the suburban Cincinnati day care.
Police say the boy had been brought to the office of Andrew's Friends Pre-School & Day Care for biting another child. A police report says Mullins bit the victim on the arm, leaving a mark, "to teach him a `lesson.'"

College Stabbing Suspect Fantasized About Cutting Off People's Faces, Cannibalism, Necrophilia

It sounds like the Texas student accused of stabbing 14 classmates on Tuesday was even more unbalanced than police first realized. Dylan Quick told investigators he has fantasized about cannibalism, necrophilia, and cutting off people's faces and wearing them like masks since age eight, reports KHOU-TV.

Man Finds Wallet 35 Years After He Lost It ... In A Wall

When Richard Lane lost his wallet in 1978, he never expected that he'd find 35 years later -- in a wall.

Lane, 58, lost the brown leather wallet while playing squash in a northern England town.

He suspected the wallet was stolen and with it, his money, driver's license, union card and a payment plan for his TV. He also figured he'd never see it again.

Beaver Bites Through Man's Artery As He Took Its Picture

In a rare incident, a beaver bit a man to death in Belarus as he was attempting to take the animal's photograph.

The victim was on a fishing trip with two friends when he stopped to snap a photo of a nearby beaver, according to Sky News. The beaver attacked the man, biting him on the thigh and severing an important artery, causing him to bleed to death.


Thanksgiving appears to be landing early in weather-ravaged South Dakota, as the state finds itself amid a hail of frozen turkeys.

"My wife was making breakfast, and she suddenly yelled, 'Adam! A large bird just fell out of the sky!'," Sioux Falls resident Adam Weber told the Argus Leader. "That was the last thing I expected to see when I looked out on the deck yesterday."

Crazy Legs Conti: The Magnifying Credit Union World Ice Cream Eating Championship: Too Big to Scoop

I scream, you scream, but at the Magnifying Credit Union World Ice Cream Eating Championship, how do you avoid screaming with brain freeze? (Answer below). As a competitive eater, I do a ton of media -- perhaps you've seen me on TV or heard me on the radio? I hold a few world records, but I am best known for plugging the sponsor's name incessantly. On the New England Sports Channel, I once said, "The Verizon Voice Wing Battle of the Wings Chicken Wings" 87 times in a three minute spot.

Mind-Blowing Pi Meme Called Misleading

Pie is popular, but we love pi too -- even if that love is sometimes misguided.


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