Weird News Stories


#921

Mother of Christ. You could have put that into “What the fuck is wrong with people?”


#922

@Brimmer_Bradley


#923

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4868134,00.html

Ultra-Orthodox: Kohanim flying out of Israel must fly through Haifa
Construction at Ben Gurion Airport will divert departing flight paths to over Holon cemetery; rabbis suggest flying from Haifa to Cyprus then on to the final destination.

Ultra-Orthodox members of the kohen priestly class will need to find other ways to fly out of Israel that Ben Gurion Airport for the first two weeks of November, according to the Chief Lithuanian Religious Courts.

This is because the flight paths for all airplanes departing from of Israel during that time period will pass above the Holon cemetery. The kohen priestly class is not allowed to be exposed to the corpses of the dead, including travelling through areas where there are graves.

Jewish law holds that a grave includes all that is above it—including airspace—thereby rendering the kohen “unclean” even if they fly over the grave in an airplane.

The Chief Lithuanian Religious Courts have therefore determined that if one must fly out of Israel during those dates, they should take a flight from Haifa to Cyprus, and fly from Cyprus onwards to their destinations.

The flight paths will be changed due to construction to strengthen one of the runways at Ben Gurion International Airport.

A religious decree put out by Rabbi Nissim Karlitz said that "we have received information that starting from 5:00 am on November 1, 2016, until November 17, 2016, all flights leaving from Ben Gurion Airport to all destinations will fly over the Holon cemetery.

“Incoming flights will not be on this flight path. Kohanim who wish to travel abroad during these dates may fly out of the airport in Haifa to Cyprus, and on to their next destinations.”

Ultra-Orthodox kohen wraps himself in plastic to prevent from becoming “unpure” as he flies over a cemetary (Photo: New York Daily News

The Israel Airports Authority said that “the announcement regarding work on the runway was sent to all of the authorities of the various communities around Ben Gurion Airport and the various airlines. The Israel Airports Authority has not received any additional requests for information.”


#924

Highly unorthodox


#925

How does the stump looking cunt breath?


#926

they cut a hole in the side of it*
its like when they are riding, they cut a whole in a sheet and throw it over the woman

*this is merely wild speculation


#927

I would have thought wild speculation is perfectly acceptable here. :clap:


#928

More hi-jinks from lovely New Ross


#929

One of the protagonists streaked in Croke Park


#930

Amongst other things. He’s an interesting google.


#931

Ah I see you’ve played knifey-saucey before


#932

Imagine getting on a plane and that is sat beside you.


#933

This is a transcription from an actual courtroom in Georgia. Gets good about 3 pages in.

http://coosavalleynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Transcript-Denver-Allen.pdf


#934

Val Kilmer said he has “no cancer whatsoever” — no matter what a “misinformed” Michael Douglas claimed.

The “Batman Forever” actor, 56, told fans on Tuesday that he’s in tip-top shape, despite Douglas’ assertion over the weekend that “things don’t look too good” for his fellow Hollywood star.

“I love Michael Douglas but he is misinformed,” Kilmer wrote on his Facebook page. “The last time I spoke to him was almost two years ago, when I asked him for a referral for a specialist to get a diagnosis for a lump in my throat.”

He added: “I ended up using a team at UCLA and have no cancer whatsoever.”

Kilmer said he simply has a “swollen tongue” and is “rehabbing steadily.”

“Whatever led Michael Douglas to speculate about my health, he’s a loving and devoted friend to a privileged group of [talented] people around the world, and I’m sure he meant no harm,” Kilmer explained.

Douglas was in London on Saturday, speaking on a panel about the 1996 movie “The Ghosts and the Darkness,” when he claimed his “Ghosts” co-star Kilmer was fighting cancer.

“The picture didn’t turn out as well as I hoped but I had a wonderful time. Val was a wonderful guy who is dealing with exactly what I had, and things don’t look too good for him,” said Douglas, who beat oral cancer back in 2013. “My prayers are with him. That’s why you haven’t heard too much from Val lately.”

Kilmer noted that he made three movies in the past year, and invited fans to see him attend the premiere of his upcoming movie “Citizen Twain,” a recording of his one-man play about the iconic American humorist.

“Come see me live and happy and in person in Westwood next week if you think I’m fibbing!” he wrote.


#935

#936

“It was a perfect storm of a fatal scenario with three French tourists suffering heart attacks at the same time,’’


#937

fucking disgusting


#938

#939

She’d be a lovely looking lass, if she’d only shave off that beard.


#940