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Tanked Episode 222 for Wed Oct. 10, 2012


- Beer/Mixed Drinks
- Weekend Catchup
- Price of cider
-hulk hogan readup


So you should probably know by now that people are deep frying just about anything they can think of…but deep frying a liquid? Our brain hurts thinking about. At the Texas State Fair, one deep friend wonder was the Deep Fried Margarita. Essentially, the Deep Fried Margarita consist of funnel cake batter mixed with margarita mix, which is then friend and soaked in more margarita, served in a salt-rimmed margarita glass. Yum? We can’t account for the taste, but we like where their heads are at.


THE DESCENDANTS Star Shailene Woodley In Talks For SPIDER-MAN 2

The star of the Desdendants could play Marry Jane in the new Spider man. Also word have been leaked that we will see Electro as the Big bad! Along with casting for Harry and Norman Osborn. Mark Web will be back to direct Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone for the next web slingers adventure.

Taken 2 wins the box office w $50M. Guess Neason can still have a big draw.

Argo opens this weekend. Ben Afflack stars and directs this true story drama. Talked to a couple people saw it already and said Best everything. Picture, director, editing … I so can’t wait to see it.


Lunchmeat Noogie
MELBETA, Neb. — A Melbeta man remained in jail Monday after he allegedly assaulted his wife with a sandwich.
The 50-year-old man is accused of pushing his wife down and rubbing a sandwich in her face. He appeared in Scotts Bluff County Court on Monday on a charge of disturbing the peace,
(a misdemeanor.)
According to an arrest affidavit, the man's wife called 911 Sunday night and said he had assaulted her. She told sheriff's deputies that she and her husband had gotten into an argument, during which he drank three 24-ounce cans of malt liquor.
The woman “got tired” of the argument, made herself a sandwich and went into the bedroom. Her husband followed, and the argument turned physical.
Court documents say a deputy found lunch meat on the carpet outside the bedroom and pieces of sandwich bread inside the bedroom. The wife also had mayonnaise stains on her shirt. She said she had washed mayonnaise from her face and hair before the deputy arrived.
Deputies found the husband lying facedown on grass near the home and arrested him. The man denied the allegations and said his wife had assaulted him.


RedBull Stratos Update
Back in July we reported about this

The 120,000ft jump Should have happend today.

For the second straight day, extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner aborted his planned death-defying 23-mile free fall because of the weather, postponing his quest to become the world's first supersonic skydiver until at least Thursday.

As he sat Tuesday morning in the pressurized capsule waiting for a 55-story, ultra-thin helium balloon to fill and carry him into the stratosphere, a 25 mph gust rushed across a field near the airport in Roswell, N.M.

2012 - (July 25) Felix Baumgartner successfully jumped from 18 miles / 29 kilometres above the Earth 97,063 feet / 29,584 meters and completed a free fall at a speed of an airliner - 536 miles or 864 kilometres per hour (latest figures sanctioned by USPA and NAA). This jump was a significant achievement in ballooning history but it also proved that safety and recovery systems are functional in preparation for the 120,000 feet attempt.
2012 - (March 15) First test jump with high altitude balloon and pressurized capsule: Freefall from 71,581 feet over Roswell, NM. Maximum speed: 364.4 mph. Felix is the third person to leap from that altitude and survive.

 You Thought You Had a Bad Day...   
A B.C. man had what can only be called a very bad day on Wednesday.   
Police in Kamloops say the 51-year-old man hit by a train is the same person suspected of having started a grass fire a short time earlier and is also a person of interest in an assault case.   
The sequence of events, which police called "bizarre," began when firefighters responded to a fire at a mobile home park around 3 p.m. A witness reported seeing a man flee on a bicycle soon after the fire started.   
While cops were en route, a call came in from CP Rail reporting a freight train had hit a pedestrian.   
Police found a drunk man with serious burns to his body and a deep gash to the head where he had been struck by the train, and they soon linked the two cases, Staff Sgt. Grant Learned said in a news release.   
According to police, the man passed out while smoking behind his home and woke up to find his clothes and the surrounding grass on fire. He grabbed a bike and took off.
The man, who has not been named, is recovering in hospital. But there might be even more trouble coming his way -- police believe the bike may be stolen, and that the man may have been involved in an assault on a transit bus driver on Sept. 27.   
No charges have been laid in connection with any of the cases.   
Police also said they believe the cause of the fire was accidental.

Coffee argument ends in gunshot

TRILBY, Fla., Oct. 10 (UPI) --
Police in Florida said a 51-year-old man attacked
his 80-year-old mother during an argument
that ended when she fired a warning shot
and he ran away.

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office said the
incident began around 11:30 a.m. Monday
when Lorene Orr, 80, of Trilby, told her live-in son,
Michael Sims, 51, there was no coffee left in the house,
the Tampa Bay (Fla.) Times reported Wednesday.

Orr said Sims began throwing objects around the house
and threw her to the floor. The report said Orr's other son,
Lorenzo Sims, 52, helped her up from the
ground and told his bother to leave.

The report said the brothers argued on the porch
and Orr retrieved her .38 special when Michael Sims
attempted to come back inside.

The sheriff's office said Orr held her gun up to the door
and fired a warning shot through the glass and into the floor,
prompting Michael Sims to leave.

Deputies said they found Sims,
who had a minor cut on his knee from a shard of glass,
near the home and arrested him on an
aggravated domestic battery charge.

Raymond Garcia Arrested For Allegedly Fighting A Stop Sign                                 Raymond Garcia was mad and allegedly refused to back down against his adversary — a stop sign in Roswell, N.M.

The alleged altercation happened Friday when officers responded to a report of a man, later identified by cops as Garcia, fighting a stop sign, UPI reported.

Officers said Garcia, 45, appeared to be under the influence of drugs, according to the AP.

But while it appears the alleged war between Garcia and the stop sign came to a draw, Garcia still had some fight left for police, according to authorities.

First, he allegedly reacted belligerently and ran from two officers, who shot him with Taser darts. Garcia continued kicking at the cops as they got closer, police said according to KRQE-TV.

Garcia was darted again, but broke off the Taser leads from his stomach. When one officer tried to use his baton, Garcia got a hold of it and attempted to use it against officers, according to police.

The man who fought a stop sign didn't stop, despite the pepper spray the arresting officers deployed. He simply wiped his face and allegedly continued running while throwing an officer's baton back at him.

"Usually when somebody is tased, their muscles contract and don't allow them to do anything, and that's why you normally see them fall to the ground," Roswell Police Dept. Sabrina Morales told KRQE-TV. "So this person, Garcia, had to be on some sort of drug possibly that was not allowing his system to react normally."

Garcia was finally arrested and charged with aggravated assault against a peace officer, disarming, and resisting officers.
There is no word yet on whether the stop sign will press charges.