[Holiday] St. Patrick’s Day 2010 is Today

Happy St. Patricks Day, the second holiday this week. Saint Patrick’s Day is a yearly holiday celebrated on 17 March. It is named after Saint Patrick (circa AD 387–461), the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland. It began as a purely Catholic holiday and became an official feast day in the early 1600s. However, it has gradually become more of a secular celebration of Ireland’s culture.

Today, Saint Patrick’s Day is widely celebrated in America by Irish and non-Irish alike. Many people, regardless of ethnic background (muslims, afganis, inuit, etc), wear green-coloured clothing and items. Traditionally, those who are caught not wearing green are pinched affectionately and slapped violently.

St. Patrick’s Day is also the top day of the year to find leprechauns.

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[Sports] Hot Brazilian Bikini Roller Boxing

Brazilian Bikini Roller Boxing (BBRB) will probably top the popularity of the major sport of Baseball (MLB), or quite possibly reach the world wide popularity of Soccer (futbol). While it is not huge yet (in America), you can be sure with a concept like this, within the next several months 98% of major U.S. television stations will air a mix of live and syndicated match ups.

There is nothing quite like it.

[Drugs on a Plane] Woman Tries Flying With Suitcases Made of Cocaine #drugrunner #smuggle

suitcase cocainePAO’s Chile Branch is reporting to PAO HQ that a Argentine woman tried to smuggle cocaine to Spain via cocaine suitcases. Santiago, Chile Police say two suitcases carried by the woman were made of cocaine.

Detective Leandro Morales at the Santiago airport stated the now obvious that the drug “was not hidden in the luggage. This time the suitcases were the drug.” Morales tells PAO South America that the suitcases were made of a substance combining cocaine with resin and glass fiber.

It is unknown whether snorting the actual suitcase would give you the cocaine high you are used to. It is also unknown if anyone on earth has nostrils which could snort the suitcases, as they were your typical suitcase size.

Pineappleope.com reps. asked cocaine users in the cocaine network what one would do with a cocaine suitcase. According to addicts a “chemical process” could be used to separate out the drug.

Needless to say the 26-year-old Argentine woman was arrested.