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The elk was probably eating fermented apples in a garden and had become inebriated, [police officer Jan] Caiman said.
Elk can weigh as much as 500 kilos (1,100 lb) and personnel at the school described the erratic male as "completely mad."
Does anybody know a good recipe for elk?
"He smashed it with the cat's ears," said volunteer Jim Govostis, who watched the incident unfold at Raker Center, a nursing home owned by Good Shepherd, around 12:30 p.m.Link (via Wonkette). Sure, it's easy to call this man crazy. But what he did is probably still more rational than actually voting.
Young, who brought the paperweight with him, then sat down, hung his head and waited for police, who arrested him without incident.
"He came in here very peaceably and showed his ID," said volunteer Gladys Pezoldt, "then he got on the machine and just snapped…He was immediately remorseful. When the police came, he got up, turned around and put his hands behind his back."
[Artist Mikael] Genberg has arranged a competition for students and companies to design a house that could be contained in a small, light package, that would open up once landed on the Moon's surface.Link (via Fortean Times). Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt released a statement, reprinted here in the original Swedish:
"The house itself is supposed to be very small... the package will build itself up to a house," Mr Genberg told the BBC's Europe Today programme.
"It's going to be an unmanned landing - we hope it's going to land in 2011."
I beleeefe-a thet thees neshun shuoold cummeet itselff tu echeeefing zee guel, beffure-a thees decede-a is oooot, ooff lundeeng a red cuttege-a oon zee muun und retoorneeng it seffely tu zee iert. Ve-a prupuse-a tu eccelerete-a zee defelupment ooff zee epprupreeete-a looner spece-a huoose-a. Bork Bork Bork!Indexed by tags art, politics, science, astronomy, Sweden, moon, house, cottage, Mikael Genberg, Fredrik Reinfeldt, Swedish Chef.