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Early in his term, Gov. City Engineer Terry McGean told. By Greg Ellison Staff Writer July 6, While awaiting action on a federal civil suit filed in January challenging an Ocean City ordinance that prohibits female toplessness in public, the plaintiffs last Friday petitioned the U.
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Ocean City Today Business Box , Ocean City, Md. Lot Beautiful 2 Bedroom. Lot Well Kept 2 Bedroom. Large Kitchen and Dining Room. Immaculate 2 Bedroom on a quiet Cul-de-sac close to ft. Call Tony Matrona Jerome Denk, who wrote a letter to the city sharing his concerns, said the spray paint fumes emitted by Boardwalk performers like Chase presents a health danger to visitors and citizens.
Mark Chase responds to complaints from merchants impacted by lingering fumes from his Boardwalk spray paint performances during the City Council meeting on Monday. For his part Chase claimed to have a strong working relationship with most Boardwalk merchants and specifically Yilmaz, while expressing surprise at learning of her heath issues.
What we want … is for the store owners to talk to us. By Greg Ellison Staff Writer July 6, Despite Independence Day falling mid-week this year, the oppressive heatwave that smothered the Mid-Atlantic region for the past few days kept a steady flow of tourists seeking cool ocean breezes to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. Susan Jones, Ocean City HotelMotel-Restaurant Association executive director, said extreme humidity was likely a boon for the resort last weekend.
In addition to Mother Nature dish-. There were also a significant number of children who got separated from their parents at the beach last weekend, Arbin said. Assateague Island campsites have also been at full capacity, Davis said. Chase questions paint fumes health risks Continued from Page 4 tential solutions to negate the impact of their operations on Boardwalk merchants and visitors. Council president Lloyd Martin asked Chase to meet with the con-.
This is not a guarantee to extend consumer credit as defined by Section All loans are subject to credit approval and property appraisal. Licensed in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Details on the victim are few, since the next of kin has not yet been notified, Darden said. More information is expected to be released in the next few days, she said. The only Maryland crab house awarded visas from the recent allotment was A.
Problems arose in late February after U. Citizenship and Immigration Services received roughly 47, applications for 33, visas allotted during the second half of fiscal starting March 1. The visas were awarded though a newly instituted lottery on Feb. In April, the Hogan administration and Rep. Andy Harris lobbied the federal government for a solution to worker shortages at Maryland seafood processing plants because of the immigration policy switch. On June 7, U.
Services held a supplemental H-2B visa lottery, but of the 15, additional visas issued, Phillips was the sole Maryland crab house allotted workers. Although still understaffed for another week, Trolley said the newly arrived crew are beginning to stock crab meat for Phillips Crab House, North Philadelphia Avenue.
Larry Hogan to fund a seafood marketing campaign facilitated through the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Regardless of state efforts, Trolley still foresees a shortage of picked Chesapeake Bay blue crab meat.
OC wants patriotic fireworks music By Greg Ellison Staff Writer July 6, After learning varied music was planned for Fourth of July fireworks displays downtown and in Northside Park this week, the City Council passed a motion on Monday that required both shows to play patriotic tunes only.
Estimating Ocean City crowd totals by room capacities may be slightly deceiving this year, Jones said. There is a lot of history with this home. The main part of the home was built in with additions in 's and Walking distance to downtown Berlin and property backs up to Nature Park. Some features include 4 fireplaces, wide plank pumpkin pine tongue and groove flooring, built in bookcases, original exposed beams in the kitchen, foyer and 3rd floor bedroom.
There is a summer sleeping porch. City Manager Doug Miller said based on conversations with Special Events Director Frank Miller changing the music downtown this week might be problematic. In response, Meehan reiterated his earlier sentiment. Councilman Matt James said two full days should allow sufficient time for the musical revisions.
Great lot location on Quillin Drive near end of cul-de-sac. Per Worcester County, this lot is not located in Critical Area, and the setbacks are 35' front, 15' sides with a sum of 35' , and a 50' rear--buyer to confirm. Jim Mathias in the November election. Senior citizens are a large and growing facet of the county population, but Hartman said tax incentives offered by other areas to older people Wayne Hartman are beginning to affect those numbers.
Heading into the Maryland legis-. By Brian Gilliland Associate Editor July 6, Matt Crisafulli rejects all calls to use the term sheriffelect for two reasons, one of which is that Reggie Mason remains in office until Dec. The board is expected to do that today, Friday July 6. About votes separate Crisafulli from challenger Mike McDermott, with some absentee and provisional ballots still left to count.
Strapping on the old uniform was a slight challenge for Crisafulli, he joked, as his nightly six-mile runs had been replaced, for a time, with campaign. First among those obligations is converting the deputies stationed at local schools to fulltime status, and stationing marked patrol cars at the schools.
Crisafulli said he would make that recommendation before being sworn in as sheriff. These opinions are derived from experience. People have been reaching out to Heiser daily since the election, she said, but she also has her own ideas. She said in Wicomico County, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Health Department each have an advocate at every single drunken driving case to advise the court of programs and services the organizations offer. The Worcester County Board of Elections has not yet certified this race, which it is expected to do today, Friday.
That division would reduce its presence on the roads to be more present in the communities. Civil paper service, another area under the purview of the sheriff, would also be more involved in the communities.
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Also, a council member will serve as a liaison. Mauser said primary reasons for seeking the designation include improved infrastructure for visitors and residents, reduced traffic congestion, potentially increased property values, safety benefits, grant funding opportunities, along with fostering health and recreation.
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Wyeth, and Winslow Homer, leading him to make paintings of people, places and moments that he experiences.
His work emphasizes mass, light, and mood more than details. Lockhart is a signature member of the Society of Animal Artists but also explores local landscapes and scenes. Her paintings are quiet observations of the natural world, both wild and tame. Cosby is a self-described country lawyer by day and oil painter at night. He channels his love of the outdoors and for the history of the Eastern Shore into his seascapes and scenes of boats and watermen.
The Beverly Bassford Juried Show is an annual memorial event named for a former Art League of Ocean City board member who was passionate about the need for a new art facility, a passion realized in the Ocean City Center for the Arts. Originally from Germany, she uses a wide variety of mediums such as sisal, yarn, ribbon and other weavable items to craft baskets, sculptures and other creations.
Silversmith Joan Smith is the artisan in residence during July, showcasing a unique line of contemporary, hand fabricated, jewelry using stones, form and textures in her designs.
Admission is always free to the Ocean City Center for the Arts at 94th Street, home of the Art League of Ocean City, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the visual arts to the community through education, exhibits, scholarship, programs and community art projects. Financial support comes primarily through membership dues from individuals and corporate sponsors.
Funding for exhibits is also provided by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, the Worcester County Arts Council, Maryland State Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, organizations dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. More information is available at or www. The market is open every Saturday from 8 a. The Maryland Basic Boating Class is a great opportunity to satisfy Maryland requirements and to get practical boating knowledge from state certified Coast Guard Auxiliary Instructors.
Those attending the class and pass the test will receive a Maryland Boating Certificate which is NASBLA approved and valid in all states and required for all ages when operating a boat in Virginia. The Maryland Basic Boating Course is an ideal way to brush up on general nautical knowledge and to build boat handling confidence. Besides the state mandated material, the class will tap the local knowl-.
There are also discussions on maintenance and common medical issues that can occur while boating. The course will be held at the Ocean Pines Library. The three evening course will begin at 6 p. Only two more classes are scheduled for the rest of A one-day version will be conducted on Saturday, Aug.
Organizer Anna Foultz said passes had already sold, but 25 more were approved by the casino. Tickets must be purchased in advance. The event, which will start at 5 p. Pines nonprofit Star Charities for the benefit of wounded soldiers. This year, money will be directed to those serving in the United States Marines.
Foultz said the event was started in part to honor her late husband, Carl. That includes the annual Holiday. Gifts for Soldiers Overseas drive. For tickets, contact Foultz at The family-friendly series features live bluegrass performances, a showcase of local craft breweries, and BBQ served by local restaurants.
The series began Saturday, June 9, continues July 7 and wraps up on Aug. The series is part of the Furnace Town Folk School. A master class workshop has been added from p. Families bring beach chairs and blankets and have a picnic while they watch the show.
The contemporary bluegrass band has a hunger for the original, a reverence for their craft and a drive like nobody else. In addition, their songwriting and. Doors open at 4 p. Tickets can be purchased at www. For more information, visit www. Sponsorships are still available. Funding for this event is in part provided by the Worcester County Arts Council, Maryland State Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, organizations dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive.
The program, designed for ages 7 and up, will focus on teaching lifeguard skills, basic CPR, first aid and more. Those who have already trained as Ocean Pines junior lifeguards can return as junior crew chiefs to learn additional skills. Sessions will be offered July , July , July 31 — Aug.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays of each session, class will be held from 4: Those who have already served as junior lifeguards and junior crew chiefs are encouraged to join the junior lifeguard officer program.
Officers will practice skills similar to those of official Red Cross lifeguards, including the use of rescue mannequins, full backboard extraction with head stabilization, passive victim and more. The junior lifeguard officer program will be offered concurrently with the junior lifeguard program for the July and July Aug. Dinner will be provided on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Strong swimming skills are required for all programs.
Registration for participants must be completed prior to Aug. Registration for these programs, which are open to the public, will be taken at the Sports Core Pool only.
For more information or to register, call or visit the Sports Core Pool. Crab cakes, hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood. Happy hour p. Hand cut steaks, beer can chicken, fresh seafood. Nightly drink specials, live music, national concert acts.
Come for the best local fare. We offer lunch and dinner with great happy hour food and drink specials. Kids play area too. So sit back and enjoy.
Seafood selections with Alaskan snow crab legs and Maryland steam pots. Pet friendly oceanfront patio. Early Bird Menu when seated before 5 p. Featuring more than items including snow crab legs, carving station, madeto-order pasta, handmade crab cakes and so much more.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, 7: Friday and Saturday, till 10 p. Also Zippy Lewis Lounge with happy hour from p. Daily specials, daily duck feeding. Entertainment every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Available for parties and banquets. Indoor and outdoor dining. A made-from-scratch kitchen with every sauce and every dressing hand crafted. Live music Fridays, Saturdays and Wednesdays.
Carry out or delivery until 4 a. Lite fare to dinner entrees offering a variety of burgers, paninis, sandwiches and salads. The "veggies" menu features wrinkled green beans. Signature house libiations and signature entrees made with ingredients from local farms and fisheries. Daily Happy Hour Deck Parties, p. Brewery Tours Monday and Saturday, 1 p.
Fresh seafood sandwiches, wraps, tacos, nachos, hot dogs, hamburgers, salads, signature drinks and more. Open daily, 11 a. Locally grown and prepared cuisine with an eclectic menu. Unique libations with robust selection of ryes, bourbons, whiskeys and specialty drinks. Coastal cuisine with a focus on local seafood and hand tossed pizzas plus artisanal cheeseboards.
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Lunch and weekly carry-out and dinner specials. Happy hour at the beach with drink and food specials. Irish fare and American cuisine. Appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, steaks and seafood.
Second season and daily dinner specials. Dine in, carry out. Happy Hour, daily, noon to 6 pm. All-day menu, available Fresh seafood year-round, fresh local produce. Extensive menu from our famous baby back ribs, fresh seafood, black angus steaks. Oceanfront dining in a casual atmosphere. Serving breakfast from a. Dinner served from p. Join us for family theme night dinners. Open 7 days a week. Lunch and dinner daily. Breakfast buffet on weekends.
Featuring the freshest and most innovative sushi, sashimi, and rolls plus creative and delicious small plates. Full menu includes pizza, pastas, salads, sandwiches and more. Specializing pizza and chef specials.
Open daily for lunch and dinner at 11 a. Take out and delivery. Fresh fish, seafood, steaks, sandwiches and allyou-can-eat Alaskan crab legs. Early bird specials every day from p. Happy hour every day from 11 a. Full menu includes appetizers, salads, stromboli, hoagies and wedgies, pizza, spaghetti and more.
Open every day from 11 a. Harbor Road, West Ocean City , weocharborside. Open every day, 11 a. Appetizers, fresh seafood, steak and pasta. Live entertainment Thursday through Sunday. Traditional wings, burgers, quesadillas, tacos and healthy salads. Seafood selections with raw bar and crab legs. Sports packages and live entertainment. Pizza Tugos is a family-friendly dining restaurant that features award winning pizza, pasta, craft burgers, sandwiches, subs, appetizers and salads.
Great happy hour and football specials with full bar and 54 craft beers. Eat-in, carry out or drive-thru. Open seven days, year-round. Every Monday and Tuesday, two-piece chicken for 99 cents.
Every Wednesday, free kids meal with purchase of combo. Fresh seafood and signature drinks. Live music Fridays and Saturdays, 6 p. Winter hours are Friday and Saturday from p. Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday, noon to 10 p. OC Center for the Arts, 94th St.
Free and open to the public. Ocean City beach at 27th Street, 8: Enjoy fun facts and topics. Great free summer program for the entire family. Division Street and beach, 9: Special 3-minute displays at 9 p. Featuring highpowered, colored search lights that move and sway to music. More than 35 vendors, breakfast sandwiches and coffee and for lunch, pulled pork sandwiches, BBQ meatloaf, hot dogs, cole slaw and baked beans.
Bake table and more. For table rental, Burley Inn Tavern, 16 Pitts St. The group meets once a month to share their creative writing. New members and occasional visitors welcome. Gates open at 4 p. Furnace Town Folk School has added a master class workshop from p. Locally grown vegetables and fruits, eggs, honey, kettle korn, flowers, artisan breads, seafood, meats and more.
Create your own sundae for a nominal fee and enjoy free music by Kick It Out Heart tribute show. Also, free activities and entertainment for children. Additional ice cream novelty and beverage options available. Bring picnic basket and beach chairs. Fireworks display at 9 p. Held inside in the event of inclement weather. All-you-can-eat includes two styles of eggs, sausage, bacon, fried potatoes, creamed chipped beef, toast, pancakes, French toast, coffee and juice.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket. The group will be sweeping 19th and 20th streets before heading North to sweep 94th97th streets. Billy Weiland, billy actforbays. TOPS is a support and educational group promoting weight loss and healthy lifestyle. Deborah Conran will discuss moving muscles, connective tissues and joints to treat injuries and manage or relieve a variety of symptoms. It can help with back or joint pain, asthma, headaches, digestive issues and more.
Registration is encouraged but not required. Ocean City beach at N. Fireworks will be visible along the boardwalk every Monday through Aug.
White Horse Park, Ocean Parkway, 8: Ice cream, candy and drinks will be for. Open to the public. Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department, , http: All levels of singers and drop-ins welcome. There will be a brief informative program at the start of the event.
Those with their own vessel are welcome to join the group. Group provides discussions and mutual support, as well as education on exercise, nutrition, coping techniques, medications and developments in treatment. Kay Rentschler, , http: Sports Core Pool, Cathell Road, 4: Designed for ages 7 and older and focuses on teaching lifeguard skills, basic CPR, first aid and more. Those who have already trained as junior lifeguards can return as junior crew chiefs.
Those who have already served as junior lifeguard and junior crew chiefs, are encouraged to join the. On Tuesday and Thursday, class will be held from 4: Strong swimming skills are required. Register at the Sports Core Pool or by calling Full menu to select from plus steamed crabs and steamed shrimp. They can be pre-ordered on Monday and Tuesday mornings by calling between 9 a. Ocean Pines library, Cathell Road, 6: Held from July , the course includes piloting in local waters, tying nautical knots, foul weather tactics, legal issues and common marine maintenance.
Completion is awarded with the Maryland Safety Boating Certificate, which is required for those born after July 1, Free, monthly program offers shared wisdom and problem solving for family members of individuals with mental illness. Carole Spurrier, , carolespurrier msn. Enjoy the music and dance in the sand. Bring a beach chair or blanket.
Got bugs or other plant problems? Bring your bagged samples by and let the master gardeners find solutions to your questions. All skill levels welcome. Activities include sand castle contests, tug-of-war, relay games and more. All activities are free.
Parents are asked to stay with their children. TOPS is a support and educational group promoting weight loss and health lifestyle. Free blood pressure screening and health information. Dance lessons offered the first and third Wednesday of each month from Dancing follows until 9 p.
Members and their guests welcome. Doors open at 7 a. Locally grown vegetables and fruits, eggs, honey, kettle korn, flowers, artisan breads, seafood, meats, jewelry, clothing, artwork and more. Only those swimming pay a fee. Food and beverages will be for sale poolside. Formal ribbon cutting at 4: Meet the cancer care team and tour the facility. Refreshments will be available. The Ocean Pines Association will video-record the panel discussion and include it in a time capsule that will be buried at White Horse Park on Aug.
The unedited footage will be donate to the Ocean Pines library. The recordings will also be available at www. Denise Sawyer, dsawyer oceanpines. All-you-caneat buffet, door prizes, programs and entertainment. For tickets, contact Star Charities members or call Anna Foultz, White Horse Park, Ocean Parkway, 7: Sunset Park, S.
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This style of cooking requires steam and a traditional lowcountry meal includes red bliss potatoes, sweet corn, sweet onions, spicy andouille sausage and jumbo shrimp, served with a homemade cocktail sauce.
Additional items such as mussels, clams, lobster tails and snow crab legs are offered on the menu as well. The business also offers sides of coleslaw, corn bread and key lime pie. Missing from photo is co-owner Ryan Miller. Khouri does not recommend reusing the pot for cooking after the first time.
National surveys continue to place nurses at the top when it comes to the most trusted profession, according to Gallup polls measuring honesty and ethics in various fields. It is through the actions and words of nurses that trust between provider and patient is developed, and this is especially important in Maryland, where healthcare organizations have been working hard to anticipate the needs of patients and communities on a deeper level.
Often it is the nurse who is able to forge the connection that puts an emotional and professional face to Atlantic General Hospital. Dize received multiple nominations by her fellow AGH associates. Being recognized by my colleagues for a job that I love is an amazing and humbling experience. Bailey, the Friend of Nursing award recipient, was nominated by multiple staff for going above and beyond in patient care, as well as taking pride in what she does.
Nominees pulled from colleagues Continued from Page 55 comes to work with a bright smile and is always positive.
Atlantic General Health System, its network of more than 40 primary care providers and specialists, care for residents and visitors throughout the region. For more information about Atlantic General Hospital, visit www. For more information, call or visit www. The Ocean City Chamber of Commerce and employees of Delmarva Boil Company on rd Street, cut the ceremonial ribbon on Friday, June 29 during the grand opening celebration of the business.
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New vinyl siding, and decks with vinyl railings. Unit has water views from the master Bedroom and Living room. The home features a large porch, an open floorplan, an attic, a laundry room and a breakfast bar. Pictured, from left, are Dr. July 6, Atlantic General Hospital officials have announced that a grand opening celebration will be held for the new John H.
Patients and the community are invited to attend the grand opening, from p. A formal ribbon cutting will be held at 4: The new 18,square-foot Regional Cancer Care Center, which is built on the Atlantic General Hospital campus at the corner of Route and Old Ocean City Boulevard Route in Berlin, provides one centrally-located, convenient facility for the care and treatment of individuals with cancer and blood disorders.
It is located at Old Ocean City Blvd. Members of the Auxiliary and supporters of Atlantic General Hospital. The thrift shop, which is managed and staffed entirely by volunteers, has nearly tripled in size with the expansion. The thrift shop accepts donations at. All items are sold at a reasonable price, with all of the profits from the sales going to the hospital to support patient care services, new technology and education to benefit the community. The thrift shop is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.
Title insurance offers policyholder protection By Lauren Bunting Contributing Writer July 6, Most commonly used in the state of Maryland to protect a buyer, and ensure that title to a property is clear and marketable in a real estate transaction, is the purchase of a title insurance policy. Title insurance provides the policyholder protection from losses that may arise from defects in the title.
It is up to the title insurance com-. Title is traced back years, and other public records are examined to identify wills, judicial proceedings and other encumbrances,.
There are different levels of coverage including standard coverage policies and extended coverage policies. Standard coverage policies normally insure the title against items found in the public records, but also hidden defects such as forged documents or improperly delivered deeds for example. Each time interval being one week per year of the corresponding unit, each unit being part of the Ocean High Condominium, including an undivided interest in the common elements thereof, as established pursuant to a Condominium Declaration and By-Laws recorded among the Land Records of Worcester County, Maryland, and subsequent Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as to each condominium unit, and recorded among the aforesaid Land Records.
A secured party may bid and shall be excused from deposit requirements. The Trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A deposit in the full amount of sale per time interval will be required at the time of sale, such deposit to be in cash or check. Cost of all recordation and transfer taxes, maintenance fee, If applicable, and all other incidental settlement costs shall be borne by the purchaser.
The date of settlement shall be fifteen 15 days after final ratification by the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland, time being of the essence: For more information, call: The property will be sold in an "as is" condition and subject to conditions, restrictions and agreements of record affecting the same, if any, and with no warranties or guarantees. The date of settlement shall be fifteen 15 days after final ratification by the Circuit Court for Worcester County, Maryland, time being of the essence; otherwise, the deposit will be forfeited and the property will be resold at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, or in any manner designated by the Trustee; or, without forfeiting deposit, the Seller may exercise any of its legal or equitable rights against the defaulting purchaser.
Parks, dated September 8, and recorded in Liber , folio among the Land Records of Worcester County, MD, default having occurred under the terms thereof and at the request of the parties secured thereby, the undersigned Substitute Trustees will offer for sale at public auction at the Circuit Court for Worcester County, at the Court House Door, One W. The property is improved by a dwelling. Balance of the purchase price is to be paid within fifteen 15 days of the final ratification of the sale by the Circuit Court for Worcester County,.
JULY 6, Maryland. Interest is to be paid on the unpaid purchase price at the rate of 6. If payment of the balance does not occur within fifteen days of ratification, the deposit will be forfeited and the property will be resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser. There will be no abatement of interest due from the purchaser in the event settlement is delayed for any reason.
The purchaser shall be responsible for the payment of the ground rent escrow, if required. Cost of all documentary stamps, transfer taxes, and all settlement charges shall be borne by the purchaser. Upon refund of the deposit, the sale shall be void and of no effect, and the purchaser shall have no further claim against the Substitute Trustees.
Purchaser shall be responsible for obtaining physical possession of the property. The purchaser at the foreclosure sale shall assume the risk of loss for the property immediately after the sale. Harbold, II and Peggy W. Harbold, dated August 7, and recorded in Liber , folio among the Land Records of Worcester County, MD, default having occurred under the terms thereof, and at the request of the parties secured thereby, the undersigned Substitute Trustees will sell at public auction at the Circuit Court for Worcester County, at the Court House Door, One W.
The property is believed to be improved by a townhouse condominium containing a foyer, living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2. The property has an attached 2-car garage. Balance of the purchase price is to be paid in cash within ten 10 days of the final ratification of sale by the Circuit Court for Worcester County.
If payment of the balance does not take place within ten 10 days of ratification, the deposit s may be forfeited and the property may be resold at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser.
The defaulting purchaser shall not be entitled to any surplus proceeds or profits resulting from any resale of the property. Interest to be paid on unpaid purchase money at the rate pursuant to the Deed of Trust Note from date of sale to date funds are received in the office of the Substitute Trustees in the event the property is purchased by someone other than the holder of the indebtedness.
In the event settlement is delayed for any reason, there shall be no abatement of interest. Cost of all documentary stamps, transfer taxes and settlement expenses for the property shall be borne by the purchaser. Purchaser assumes the risk of loss or damage to the property from the date of sale forward. Upon refund of the deposit to purchaser, this sale shall be void and of no effect, and the purchaser. The Substitute Trustees reserve the right to: No representations are made as to the property.
Neither the Substitute Trustees, nor any other party, make any warranty or representation of any kind or nature regarding the physical condition of, the description of, or title to the property.
The property will be sold subject to any violation notices and subject to all conditions, restrictions, easements, covenants, encumbrances, and agreements of record and all terms, conditions, notes, and matters as set forth and described in the Deed of Trust.
The purchaser is responsible for, and the property is sold subject to, any environmental matter or condition, whether latent or observable, if any, that may exist at or affect or relate to the property and to any governmental requirements affecting the same.
The information contained herein was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable, but is offered for informational purposes only. Neither the auctioneer, the beneficiary of the Deed of Trust, the Substitute Trustees nor their agents or attorneys make any representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy of information.
For additional information, please contact the Substitute Trustees. The Report of Sale filed in the above case states the amount of the sales to be as indicated below for the referenced time-share intervals: Thomas who died on December 18, domiciled in Pennsylvania, America. The Maryland resident agent for service of process is Regan J.
At the time of death, the decedent owned real or leasehold property in the following Maryland counties: All persons having claims against the decedent must file their claims with the Register of Wills for Worcester County with a copy to the foreign personal representative on or before the earlier of the following dates: Claims filed after that date or after a date extended by law will be barred.
Cathell Register of Wills One W. Ocean City Digest Date of first publication: Kelly, Substitute Trustee, be ratified and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the 23rd day of July, , provided a copy of this Notice be inserted in The Ocean. Braniecki Clerk True Copy Test: The owners and lien holders are hereby informed of their right to reclaim the vehicles upon payment of all charges and costs resulting from the towing, preservation, and storage of the vehicles.
The failure of the owners or lien holders to reclaim the vehicles within three weeks of notification shall be deemed a waiver by the owners or lien holders of all rights, title and interest and thereby consent to the sale of the vehicles at public auction beginning June 21, or to have it otherwise disposed of in a manner provided by law.
Line No Year McGinty Marine Constr Owner: All vehicles will be sold at auction on-line at www. For details call Ocean City, MD Applicant: If you do not file an answer with the Family Court within 20 days after publication of this notice, exclusive of the date of publication, as required by statute, this action will be heard in Family Court without further notice. All bidders must include adequate information to demonstrate that they have the necessary experience and professional qualifications to complete the work.
Ocean Pines Association, Inc. The award of the contract will be at the sole discretion of OPA. The award, if any, of a contract for the work will be subject to the approval of the Ocean Pines Association Board of Directors.
There is no guarantee that a contract will be awarded for this project. Bids are due by Monday, July 16, , by 3: Bids should be delivered to: Kevin Layfield, Facilities Manager Pdf copy: July 18, 1: The Board welcomes written or oral comment at said public hearing from any interested party. Further information can be obtained by reviewing the estate file in the office of the Register of Wills or by contacting the personal representative or the attorney.
Any person having a claim against the decedent must present the claim to the undersigned personal representative or file it with the Register of Wills with a copy to the undersigned on or before the earlier of the following dates: A claim not presented or filed on or before that date, or any extension provided by law, is unenforceable thereafter.
Claim forms may be obtained from the Register of Wills. Ocean City Digest Date of publication: Notice is hereby given by the Mayor and City Council of Ocean City, that an ordinance was introduced for first reading at their meeting of July 2, Second reading is scheduled for July This ordinance amends Chapter , entitled Zoning, to add amusement arcades as a conditional use in the BM-1, Bayside Marine, Zoning District as long as it does not interfere with or adversely affect current and anticipated marina operations and will cause no loss of water-related activities.
Title policies outline some exclusions, non-insured items Continued from Page 59 cies may include additional protections against defects that may be discovered by property inspection or unrecorded liens not known by the policyholder. These can include items such as zoning ordinances, restrictive covenants, easements and current taxes and special assess-.
There are two types of policies depending on who is named as the insured. When evil such as this affects unfamiliar people in an unfamiliar location, you shake your head at the insanity, try to assess the sense of loss that others must be feeling and, perhaps, wonder why these things seem to be happening with greater frequency. And then you move on. That has not been the case with the Capital Gazette murders in Annapolis last Thursday.
He wrote for the Dispatch then, and was a friend of mine. I try to imagine it, come up short, and try again.
Reporter Rachael Pacella, according to the Baltimore Sun, squeezed herself between a pair of filing cabinets and behind a stack of papers as Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, of Laurel, Maryland shotgunned his way into the newsroom and killed her editors and co-workers.
My initial feeling was that she would show up occasionally and drift through a couple of meaningless stories before deciding that working was less fun than socializing with her classmates.
But she was serious, and she was talented and she routinely badgered editors about how she could improve. She made me attend a lunch for program sponsors at school. We tried to hire her out of college, but she wanted to move a little further up the newspaper food chain. The exit she ran to had been blocked, hence her effort to disappear into the narrow space between the cabinets. The moment I heard about the Gazette shooting, I suspected the motive was not what many others thought it would be.
This was no manifestation of our national obsessions with conspiracies and political hatred, this had to be a person getting revenge for something the paper had written. It was just a matter of time before the angry phone calls, threatening emails and menacing letters that most newspapers receive from time to time became something more extreme. This was a case, like so many others, of someone who had done something wrong and then blamed the paper for reporting it rather than accept that he was the source of his own troubles.
Motive in this instance is immaterial. It does make a difference, knowing Rick and Rachael. Yet, no one is calling for a roundup of potentially murderous spouses, even though there are million spouses or spice, if you like roaming the streets of our great nation unchecked. This compares to the estiBy mated , gang memStewart bers in the country today.
This brings me to a particDobson ular concern: Yeah, yeah, I know. Made in the USA, as it were. While we all need to take the gang situation seriously, I also suggest that we keep an eye open at home, where crime lords generally are absent. Editor, The controversy over the offshore windmills is still swirling around. The Ocean City government is actively opposing the construction of the windmills. Unfortunately, the mayor and City Council refuse to recognize the scientific evidence that shows the folly of their argument.
For example, in a recent Parade magazine that is distributed by newspapers that have a readership of 79 million, Marilyn Vos Savant, an intellectual who has a question-and-answer column in Parade, was asked this question: I fail to see why the mayor and City Council persist in opposing the windmills. They have lost the battle. For example, major fabrication of the windmills and the related high-paying jobs will take place in Baltimore County, Maryland.
With informed political insight, these jobs could have going to their constituents. The mayor and City Council should now be negotiating for set aside jobs they can obtain for their constituents. Unfortunately, the mayor and City Council continue to display the petty political judgment of a small town council. Editor, As we celebrate Independence Day during our discordant times, we must remember the Fourth of July is not about loyalty or allegiance. It is all about Liberty.
While patriotism can be the refuge of scoundrels, the value and worth of each and every citizen is vested in their Liberty, a birthright, declared in our Declaration of Independence and our Bill of Rights. In a world governed by human laws, our liberties place a value on our lives that eclipses local law.
A week ago Worcester County held primary elections. In the County of approximately 40,, there are 30, registered voters. The last few days, the winners have been thanking their supporters.
Yet it is notable that no winner of a countywide race received 10 percent of the registered vote. The apathy evident in low turnout and lack of active participation is affecting the legitimacy of our elections. Low turnout reduces accountability, diminishes the credibility of government actions, and invites the permanent bureaucracy to make rules that do not reflect the desires of the people.
In Ocean City, where only 3 percent of the tax dollars come from voters, true representative government has been vacated. Moreover, this de minimis voter pool is pandered to with homestead discounts on property taxes. Has this lack of taxpayer oversight had a discernable effect? On first blush, no, but is that correct? How is government with such. Page 66 low direct accountability to the taxpayers working? What are the red flags for this diminished accountability owing to a lack of taxpayer involvement?
This year the Ocean City Council groping for more revenues sued the county to get paid for duplicative services, like police and fire, to pay for an increasingly expensive city government rather than cut expenses. In 35 years, the Ocean City government has grown 20 times the size it was! This turned out to be false. At the very least this violates the public trust.
What will it be in another 5 years? Over the last decade or so, our local politicians have been involved in four federal lawsuits over their failed efforts to regulate the Boardwalk performers and have lost all four.
The town is facing another bill for the latest loss. A Tennessee man is in the hospital nursing a gunshot wound and thinking about how he'll be more careful the next time he takes off his pants.
William Rood was getting undressed and took off his pants without taking his. The gun went off and shot him in the chin and nose.
He was airlifted to a nearby hospital and will recover. It could have been a lot worse. A New York woman who had her phone stolen was shocked to find dozens of X-rated selfies of a couple that were uploaded to her Dropbox account. Victoria Brodsky of Brooklyn was robbed of her Samsung Galaxy S3, along with her wallet, by pickpockets during a street fair last August. Just a week later, she discovered 26 raunchy pictures - and even one porn video on her Dropbox account.
And the pics keep coming. Brodsky had planned to just forget about the phone, but the sight of the taunting thieves has her fired up. Two Ohio men who called after being robbed by a gang of sword-wielding teenagers are now behind bars, while the teenagers roam free. Cops say they arrived at a Taco Bell parking lot where the two men were waiting to give a description of the assailants and soon figured out that the two men were actually drug dealers and the teens stole their weed.
He and his buddy are charged with trafficking marijuana. Talk about a Happy Meal A McDonalds employee in Pennsylvania was arrested for allegedly selling something that wasn't on the dollar menu Theodore Upshaw, 28, was arrested after a narcotics informant allegedly bought the drug from Upshaw in the parking lot of a McDonalds in Murrysville, Pennsylvania. The informant said he had previously bought heroin inside the fast food joint.
According to police, Upshaw had recently served time in prison for selling drugs, and got the job at McDonalds after being released. He was charged with possession of heroin, possession with intent to deliver, and delivery of heroin. A tubby Russian crook made it easy for cops to take a bite out of his crime - after he left his false teeth behind as he was making his escape through a too-small window.
The man, whose name was not released, was drinking at a friend's apartment when the pal passed out a little too early, leaving him to fend for himself. Fortified by a few rounds, he decided to steal some cash and some tools and sneak out a window to go in search of more booze - but he lost his false teeth while squeezing through the window.
He returned to his friend's place and was met with cops, who asked him to re-enact the crime, but found, "This rather large man could not get through the small window he climbed through in the robbery, and got stuck.
A Little League coach in Lakeside, California is suing one of the year-old players on his own team. Alan Beck says the boy scored a game-winning run and tossed his helmet, which then struck Beck and tore his Achilles tendon. The boy's father says, "At first I thought it was joke. Now, I think it's absurd. A Washington man really came up empty when he tried to carjack a truck When his truck ran out of gas in the early morning hours, the owner pulled over and decided to nap in the driver's seat while waiting for his family to come and help.
That's when the year-old suspect, whose name was not released, knocked on the window and told the driver to give him the vehicle or he'd shoot. The owner got out of the truck and ran off to call The suspect tried to make his getaway, but only made it about 50 yards before the truck sputtered to a stop. State troopers found the suspect walking along the highway. He was booked on suspicion of robbery and auto theft.
A weapon was not found. Cops in a Chicago suburb were called out to convince an old man that shooting icicles off the roof of his house was a bad idea. A neighbor saw the year-old man using a revolver to shoot icicles hanging off his second-floor roof and called the police.
Cops arrived and asked the man to stop shooting at his house and put his gun away. He was not cited or charged with a crime and he now has some very nervous neighbors. Getting kids to eat their Brussels sprouts is an unwinnable battle for parents, unless your child is James Hucheon. The year-old British kid is addicted to them.
Hucheon munches on the little cabbage-like veggies with every meal and has since he was little. He says, "Most kids hate sprouts but I loved the taste from the moment my mum first served them to me. He explains, "My mates give me a lot of stick for it because obviously sprouts can cause you to fart and I do break wind a lot but I always say 'better out than in'. Hucheon says he eats about sprouts a week. If you're in court to answer alcohol-related charges, it would be in your best interest to not show up drunk.
It's also not a good idea to be carrying your seven-month-old baby. Oh, and it would probably be a good idea to show up on the correct date.
Wallace is charged with underage drinking. Before she arrived, Wallace's mother called the court and informed them that she was under the influence. When she arrived, cops gave her breathalyzer test, which she flunked.
Wallace was taken to jail. Her baby was released to her brother. A Florida man picked the wrong way to express himself in the express line of his local Wal-Mart - by attacking a fellow customer who violated Wally World law by trying to buy more than 20 items.
He was escorted off the property after that incident, but returned moments later with fists cocked, ready to rumble. An off-duty officer restrained Golladay until deputies could arrive to arrest him on charges of "battery on an elderly person," and take him to the county jail - without the three items he intended to purchase.
A South Korean woman went to the doctor complaining of nagging knee pain and left with a gold mine in her leg. The year-old woman had been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, but when pain relievers didn't alleviate her pain, she turned to acupuncture.
While receiving the treatment, the acupuncturist decided to keep the needles in her knee permanently to continue stimulation. That was a bad idea. The pain only got worse. So she went back to her doctor, who took an X-ray and was shocked to find hundreds of gold acupuncture needles in her knees. A Mexican man wound up in jail on a DUI conviction after somebody squawked Guillermo Reyes was pulled over at a routine checkpoint in Mexico City when an officer heard a voice insistently say, "He's drunk!
Reyes failed a sobriety test and was supposed to forfeit the bird, but he said the critter would suffer anxiety and serious health issues if that happened, so it was allowed to accompany him to his own cage. Diabetes is a big concern in America, and one man in India believes the best way to treat it is with a tall glass of cow urine.
Jairam Singhal has diabetes and drinks the urine from a virgin cow every day. He says, "I had diabetes, but ever since I have started drinking cow urine, my diabetes levels have been under control. Someone told me drinking cow urine is good for health. Singhal's cow urine craze is catching on in India, and he now has people suffering from a variety of ailments coming for a drink.
He adds, "Lots of people come here. And of late, the numbers have been rising. We all gather in the morning and drink fresh urine that Mother cow offers us. A Louisiana man ended up behind bars after calling to ask that a woman be sent to his home - to take care of an emergency of a sexual nature.
Kareem Collins dialed the emergency number on Saturday night to say that he "needed a woman," a request the department was unable to fulfill - particularly after running Collins' record and determining he was a non-compliant registered sex offender.
He'd recently moved into a new area without informing officials, a violation of his parole. A police spokesman says, "We are guessing he wasn't looking for one to come and run his criminal history, but that is what he got. A California man was caught sleeping on the job this past week, an offense that landed him in jail - because his "job" is burglarizing houses. Ruben Ortega, who'd rounded up a sack full of cell phones and other electronic devices, might have gotten away with the robbery if he didn't take a short break - in the bed of the homeowner, who happened to be sleeping there at the time.
The victim says he was startled to feel something brush against his feet, which turned out to be Ortega. The homeowner, who was not identified, chased Ortega out of the house and told police where to find him. According to the arrest report, Ortega said he was crawling out the window and must have fallen asleep somehow.
A Florida man had to park his butt in the county jail after being arrested for getting drunk and parking badly -- in the lot right behind the lockup. Corrections officers got a report of a suspicious vehicle and when they went out to investigate, they found Christopher Lindsay Smith passed out behind the wheel of his Chevy Impala with the keys in the ignition and the radio blaring.
Deputies needed several minutes to wake Smith, who rolled down the window to reveal a strong odor of alcohol and an open container of beer in the cupholder. The man said he ended up there after dropping a friend off at the jail. He refused a breath test and was hauled about 20 feet to his cell. A New Jersey garage owner is showing people something they'd rather not see - a toilet once used by Adolf Hitler.
Greg Kohfeldt, who says the garage's previous owner installed the creepy crapper more than a half-century ago, says, "Not many people can say they have used the same throne as the most evil man in history, can they? Greg is planning to sell the commode in the coming months, calling it "a great conversation starter.
Arm wrestling is not an Olympic event and now we understand why. No one would want to compete against the Russians because they play for much higher stakes.
Two confident men they were drunk, of course locked hands in an epic arm wrestling match and agreed that the loser would cut off his ear. The match went back and forth for a while and ultimately ended in a draw. So rather than doing the smart thing and agreeing not to follow through on the bet, the two drunks decided to hack off one of their own ears.
One of them severed his ear completely and the other one only partially. There's no word on whether doctors were able to reattach the severed ear. A Philadelphia man is in a "hole" lot of trouble for his misuse of swiss cheese - which he's been draping across his own sausage in an effort to get ladies to help him make an x-rated sandwich.
The cheesy perv, who's still on the loose, has been spotted driving around Philly - famous for its cheesesteaks - with slices of swiss and offering cash payments to any gals willing to pleasure him with the stuff by making a sort of "pat-me" melt. Cops have received a number of tips, as well as a lead in the form of an old OK Cupid ad from a man looking for a woman eager to get into some dirty dairy action. That and typical advertising, always using a girl to advertise dairy products.
So cheese is what I started to use as a replacement for having sex with girls. A Pennsylvania man went a little too far in his quest for a clean, crisp cocktail - when he stole more than a dozen bottles of hand sanitizer from a local hospital in order to get his drink on. Lee Ammerman was spotted lifting a bottle of the sanitizer from a bathroom and hiding it in his arm sling in order to get out the door unnoticed. Further examination of surveillance videos showed him repeating the act several more times over the next few weeks.
Ammerman acknowledged stealing the sanitizer, telling police, "I mix the liquid with orange juice. The hospital won't press charges if Ammerman pays for the stolen goods, which would run about 80 bucks A Michigan man has been peppering police to help investigate a mighty cheesy claim - that Bigfoot has been roaming his property and eating his pizza!
Anthony Padilla told officers that he believes he awoke the sleeping creature while clearing branches on his property, and things haven't been the same since. Padilla went to the police station with an armload of evidence, including dead animals, shredded pizza boxes and suspicious looking poop. While officials have declined to assign any manpower to the case, they did take a statement from Padilla, who offered his assessment of what the mysterious monster looks like.
The police report says. A Massachusetts man proved he wasn't very wise when he led cops on a drunken car chase and then ran off into the woods - telling officers who finally caught him that he wasn't the driver Bird-brained Troy Prockett spun out of control for hundreds of yards, crossing lanes and winding up stuck in a snowbank before he took off on foot and climbed a tree.
Cops spotted him and asked him to surrender, and he refused, saying "the guy who was driving [was] further up in the tree. Prockett, who appeared impaired, kept insisting he was an owl, and belonged in the tree, which officers weren't buying They eventually talked him down, but couldn't convince him to take a Breathalyzer, since, as he told someone on his cell phone, "I think I'm borderline [drunk].
This story will likely creep you out and keep you awake all night. A man in Australia woke up Wednesday morning with a terrible pain in his ear. He suspected that something, maybe a spider, had crawled in there, so he attempted to get it out using a vacuum cleaner -- which is probably not recommended by the medical community. The pain only got worse, so he paid a visit to his doctor, who told him that a little cockroach was likely hanging out inside his ear canal. The doctor tried to coax the bug out by pouring olive oil into the man's ear, but that made the critter burrow further inside and eventually die.
Finally, the doctor used tweezers and removed the bug -- which was actually much bigger than he'd expected. In fact, the doctor said it was the largest bug he had ever pulled out of someone's ear, which means this sort of thing happens frequently. A Connecticut man proved he didn't have a bunch of sense after driving his car into a convenience store in Newington, then grabbing a single banana before peeling out. The store's surveillance video shows a Ford station wagon smashing into the store and breaking the glass doors, which set off the burglar alarm.
A teenager in England may not have nine lives, but he is one lucky cat after getting high on a drug nicknamed "meow meow" - and then stabbing his mother and slicing off his penis.
The year-old, whose name has not been released, allegedly took the drug mephedrone, also known as M-Cat, not long before attacking his mom. The mom called police, who found him bloody and hanging from a window. That's when they discovered he had hacked off his johnson. And here's the lucky part: Both are now listed in stable condition, and surgeons were reportedly able to reattach his severed unit.
A Florida woman is squawking mad at a bird-brained supermarket owner who sold her a bag of frozen spinach with a little something extra - namely the skull of a dead bird!
Madeline Brogan drained the bag of greens in her sink, and as it thawed, the bony bonus revealed itself. She says, "There's an eye missing out of it. A Texas trucker found out the true meaning of "fire-brewed" when his vehicle burst into flames - which an off duty first responder extinguished using several cases of the beer in the back.
Captain Craig Moreau, who was returning from a vacation with his wife, pulled up alongside an wheeler with smoke pouring off one of its axles and thought he could take care of the situation with the fire extinguisher he carries in his RV.
Moreau had no luck, but when he found out the driver was carrying hundreds of cases of beer, he immediately grabbed some of the cargo and started spraying the suds into the flames. Praising Moreau's work, Fire Chief Terry Garrison said, "I support the extinguishment of fire, no matter what the cost.
Sanitation officials in Austria became the butt of a lot of jokes when they called emergency services to report a hazardous package - which turned out to contain used adult diapers.
A vehicle showed up at an incinerator near Vienna with a load that registered high amounts of radioactivity - a situation that prompted a call to the hazmat squad.
Investigators digging through the refuse were worried about finding a dirty bomb, but ended up unearthing something that gave new meaning to the phrase "dump truck" - about two dozen diapers soiled with excrement tainted with medicines used in medical procedures. A New York man with a lot of bottled up rage brewed up a bizarre kidnapping plan in which he held his entire family hostage - armed with nothing more than 15 cases of beer.
Benito Lopez herded his girlfriend and their two children into the living room of their home and confiscated their cell phones and other electronic devices, even cutting the landline for good measure. He then began sucking back the stockpile of brewskis, along with several bottles of harder liquor that he'd stashed around the home. Lopez's girlfriend was eventually able to contact cops while pretending to play a video game online.
He was arrested on three charges of felony imprisonment. New York Daily News. A spaced-out New Mexico woman decided to end an argument about intelligent life on other planets by proving there was none here on earth - and pulling a gun out of her private parts to settle things once and for all.
Jennifer McCarthy and her boyfriend got into a debate over whether or not aliens existed, but then things got heated, at which point she left the room and returned packing heat - which she tucked into a very private "holster" between her legs.
McCarthy then asked, "Who's crazy now? He managed to snatch the gun and toss it in the toilet before calling cops, who busted McCarthy on domestic violence charges. A New York thug really tried to have it his way when he hit up his local Burger King with a very special order - a Whopper with a side of cold, hard cash.
The hamburglar actually made two visits to the restaurant, stopping in to pick up a sandwich that he paid for and polished off before returning with a mask covering his face to place a second order - which included the contents of the cash register he emptied at gunpoint.
He then walked calmly from the store and drove away in a black car with tape covering the license plates. A police spokesman declined to estimate the amount of the heist, saying, "We don't want to encourage this kind of behavior.
A British train passenger who had one too many slugs of his sex on the beach ended up handcuffed for trying to have sex on the bar - or, more specifically, sex with the bar. Andrew Davidson got out of his seat and began wandering from car to car on the train, approaching strange women and telling them, "I want to kiss you" - a request that was denied by every single gal he came into contact with.
With no humans left to try his luck on, Davidson turned his attention to the rolling bar trolley - which he began to hump furiously, forcing the barmaid to run off the train screaming at the next stop. A witness said, "He was rubbing his chest, sticking his tongue out and shouting about what he wanted to do to his boyfriend. He then approached the unattended trolley and started rubbing himself against the trolley. A Texas man is in custody after he crashed his SUV right through the wall of a local business.
Oddly enough, that business happened to be a collision repair shop. Cops say alcohol may have been involved when the driver of a GMC Yukon hit a sedan, flipped over and smashed through the wall of the Lone Star Collision repair shop. Two people in the sedan were injured. The SUV driver was not. An Australian man got stuck inside a washing machine playing hide-and-seek with his girlfriend because that's what adults do. The year-old guy, who understandably wants to remain nameless, wanted to scare his girlfriend so he climbed inside the machine to hide.
Oh, and he was also naked. But when he couldn't get out after 20 minutes, firefighters and paramedics were called in to rescue him. They lubed him up with extra virgin olive oil and slid him out.
Other than being completely embarrassed and smelling like Italian food, the man was uninjured. A cake maker in New Zealand is in deep doo-doo after dealing with a problematic customer in a not-so-sweet manner - and sending her a dessert shaped like a giant bowel movement.
Emma McDonald got into a tussle with Micaela Harris over a job that was to be paid for with a voucher - which McDonald insisted was worth 20 bucks less than Harris claimed because of a past debt between the two women. The baker left a long post on her Facebook page listing all her grievances against the customer, ending by saying, "Give me some ideas??
Oh, wait, you have none apart from wanting chocolate. I have a brilliant idea for your cake!!!! So here it is your turd cake! Hope you learn your lesson! Harris wasn't aware of the design when she opened the cake at her sister's bridal shower to find the brown pile, along with a note advising her to eat something that rhymes with spit. A Swedish man gave new meaning to having a glass jaw when he kept pestering doctors about a wound that was seeping blood - only to have his fifth exam reveal a chunk of glass that'd been wedged in his cheek for weeks.
Patrick Moberg was on a cruise vacation that turned out to be anything but smooth sailing, thanks to a brawl that landed him in the ship's hospital with facial injuries. One of Moberg's fellow combatants smashed him upside the head with a liquor bottle, leaving him with a jagged scar across the cheek.
While he was stitched up at the time, he says he kept bleeding for 17 days, despite visits to four doctors, none of whom opted to do x-rays or examine him closely. A mugger in New York City ended up flipping off his intended victim when he pulled a gun to demand the guy's phone - then rolled his eyes and returned it when he found it was one of those antique flip-open models. Kevin Cooke says that he and a friend were walking in Central Park when the crook approached them with weapon in hand.
Cooke immediately handed over his three-year-old phone, but didn't meet the lofty standards the thug had set. Cooke says, "Once he saw my phone, he looked at it like, 'What the [bleep] is this?
It's kind of humorous. A Michigan woman got more than a little bit rattled when she slithered off with an abandoned couch -- only to have a snake crawl out of the cushions after she got it loaded into her apartment. Holly Wright and her boy found the sofa at the curb outside a neighboring building and decided to snag it, saying, "We smelled it and everything -- it looked OK.
Wright says she intended to take the snake to an animal expert to nurse it back to health, but it died before she could. She says, "Funny, my room almost feels a little empty now. It's been really sad actually to realize all this time I was in proximity to that animal [that] was probably suffering.
A British man ended up in the tank after starting his new year with a high-octane beverage -- a nip of gasoline from a station near his home. Brian Taylor, one of the few people out there who actually tries to get gas from his dietary choices, has been arrested more than four dozen times for drinking or sniffing gasoline over the past decade.
Taylor has actually been banned from going into garages or gas stations entirely because of his multiple busts for the same offense. Taylor says he tried to attend step meetings for his problem, but was booted because A Massachusetts woman lost a toe after putting her foot in her mouth -- by asking an unwilling partner to "hook up" on New Year's Eve.
The woman, whose name was not released, approached another gal at the party to make her an offer that she could refuse -- with the help of her boyfriend. He grabbed the victim by the hair and dragged her to the front door.
From there, the incident escalated into a full-on brawl involving the initial threesome and the party's host, who ended up rolling around on the street wrestling with the amorous lady, then chomping down on a toe, severing it. Both women were taken to a local hospital for treatment. No word on whether all the victim's little piggies ended up going home with her.
A Florida man may have to file an a-peel after being arrested on charges of assaulting his live-in girlfriend -- with a banana! Joseph Smolinsky's girlfriend called to report that he'd decided to ring in the new year by beaning her with a banana. But Smolinsky denied any monkey business in an interview with responding officers, insisting that his gal pal was the one who'd flung the fruit in the first place. Howeer, a deputy on the scene noticed a red mark on the woman's face that seemed to correspond with getting creamed by a banana and tried to arrest Smolinsky, who resisted and had to be pepper sprayed before being taken into custody.
A Florida man who needed a ride ended up getting one -- to his local police station, after repeatedly calling to demand a lift to his bus stop.
Jeffrey Scott Morrison placed more than a dozen calls to the emergency number, sometimes not saying a word, in an effort to get onto the bus he eventually got thrown under. Cops traced the calls to a nearby motel, which Morrison had just checked out of -- but not before rifling through the cars of fellow travelers, where he found Christmas presents that he unwrapped and left behind.
Morrison was apprehended outside the motel and arrested on charges of vehicle burglary and misuse of A Florida woman didn't have a smooth time when cops showed up to arrest her for assaulting her brother -- with a handful of peanut butter! Rachel Byrd was p-o'ed because a dog owned by her brother Gabriel had relieved itself on the rug in the living room of the house they share. When she confronted him and didn't get the response she wanted, she responded in a "Jif" -- grabbing a jar of peanut butter and flinging some of the contents into his face.
Cops had to take a statement, since someone had hung up on a dispatcher who heard a scuffle and sent an officer to check things out. The deputy said the brother did not want to press charges against his sister, but noted that peanut butter was running down his face. Things got pretty heavy when a Florida man took a bite out of his wife -- after she made a crack about his mother's weight. The three of them were riding in the couple's car, and Velina O'Neal was behind the wheel when she turned to the elderly woman and said that she needed to sit in the middle of the back seat to even out the weight ratio on the rear tires.
That crack that infuriated her husband, who grabbed her hand and bit down hard. The hubby, whose name was not released, says he only chomped because Velina had smacked him in the mouth and dislodged his dentures, forcing him to bite "to keep them from exiting his mouth. He was unaware that her finger was still in his mouth.
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