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WORD of the Day



said or done too easily or carelessly; marked by ease in speaking to the point of being deceitful

Words It Might Replace:

careless; insincere


“A time may come when Tiger Woods will be glib and ebullient and full of witty observations about golf. But I doubt it.” – David Jones,, April 15, 2011



If Only He Had Selected a Character with Pants

Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada where police arrested our bozo for public drunkenness. After placing him in a cell, the officers suspected that he had also been using drugs, so they ordered him to strip for a search. It was then that our bozo asked them if they had ever heard of Cyril Sneer, a cartoon character. Not waiting for an answer, our bozo tucked his genitals between his legs, bent over and began dancing like the cartoon pink aardvark does. Apparently our bozo had something that Cyril does not, a plastic baggie of drugs protruding from his bottom. It was found to contain four doses of a powerful painkiller. Busted!


Delaware pediatrician accused of waterboarding daughter

By QMI Agency

Pauline and Dr. Melvin Morse have been charged with waterboarding their 11-year-old daughter by Delaware police. (SUPPLIED)

Police have charged a Delaware pediatrician, who specializes in near-death experiences in children, for allegedly waterboarding his daughter.

The 11-year-old girl told police her father held her face under the tap for punishment and caused water to fill her nostrils at least four times in a two-year period while her mother did nothing, Delaware State Police said.


Dr. Melvin Morse is alleged to have told the girl “she could go five minutes without brain damage,” according to court documents obtained by Delaware’s The News Journal.

Her mother, Pauline Morse, 40, is accused of having witnessed the torture several times and not stepped in.

Melvin Morse, 58, a practising physician in Georgetown and head of the Institute for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, participated in a conference in Montreal last month to lecture about the near-death experiences of children, according to the organization’s website.

He has co-authored a book based on interviews with children who nearly died and has been a guest on Oprah and CNN’s Larry King.

Police were first called after Morse dragged the girl by her ankle across a gravel driveway at the family home on July 12, police said. In an interview this month, the girl told investigators her dad punished her in an act he called “waterboarding” at least four times between May 2009 and May 2011.

Melvin and Pauline Morse are charged with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child and conspiracy, police said.

The girl and her five-year-old sister are in the care of the state.


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