America’s Next Top Model?

Wow, I found a chick who is quite the catch. Check this out.

According to this story at ktvb.com, Lori Brutsche-Ely went to the Mint Bar in Hailey, Idaho to celebrate Halloween. No problem right? Well, as the evening progressed she became just a bit intoxicated and out of control. The security guard on duty decided to call the police. So what did she do? Well, what anyone would–she stripped off all her clothes. When the police showed up, she also did what any normal person would do–she punched the officer in the chest.

Off to jail and end of story right? Not so fast. Once she got to the jail, she bit a deputy and found a way to set off the sprinkler system and cause a flood. Nice lady. And hot too–check her out.

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How To Survive A Nasty Neighbor

CNN posted an article on how to survive a nasty neighbor. In it, they provided 5 tips for keeping the peace. The tips were great and all, but I have some ideas for improvement.

1. Know your neighbors. Upon moving in, knock on doors, introduce yourself and establish a rapport.

Excellent. Scare the hell out of them before you’ve even got the moving van unloaded. I recommend picking up about 20 dogs and cats from the pound and letting them out as soon as you arrive. Then bring the kids (dressed up like gangsters) with you to introduce yourselves.

2. Bring problems up immediately. Don’t delay.

Yes, bring up problems early and often. And if there aren’t actually any problems, make something up. Mess with their minds.

3. Ask around. Most problems bother more than one neighbor. Gather support to build your case, and consider talking to the offending party as a group.

Exactly. Work the mob into a frenzy to terrorize the neighbor. Go for strength in numbers.

4. Be nice. Bring your neighbor cookies or a bottle of wine. It sets the stage for an amicable discussion.

Great idea. And don’t forget to lace the food with poison. If you can’t scare them out of the neighborhood, off them.

5. Be proactive. Try to deal with conflict on your own before taking things to the next level.

I agree. We definitely don’t want the police involved…particularly because of #4.