Sometimes saving the rainforest means saving the people too. Wildlife presenter Charlie Hamilton James bought a slice of land high up in the Andes in an effort to close off an illegal logging route, what he found was an impoverished community willing to do anything to survive.
Sex crimes and other weird stuff happening in the world
“Why would you let a 9-year-old who you hardly know put their feet on your face?”
- A 19-year old ex-roller rink employee with a foot fetish has admitted to fondling over 200 pairs of little boy feet
“Yeah, I would definitely recommend it, if you’re lonely.”
- Kids are now fucking Hot Pockets
“When officers arrived at the home, they found two men yelling for help from a second-story window”
- If she stays out of trouble, 52-year old Terry L. Boyd will avoid jail time after keeping two men locked in a room as sex hostages
“Worshippers needed to feel free in their ‘mind and body’”
- A Kenyan pastor has apparently banned female congregants from wearing bras and underwear during church service
and to prove technology benefits all
“By the end of the year, I had slept with 15 men, 11 of whom were in their 20s or 30s.”
- A 60-year old woman discovers Tinder
To this man and many others like him, a Banksy piece is just money on the street. Luckily for New Orleans, neighborhood vigilantes got in the way of this attempt to remove another piece of public art.
An actor who played McGruff the Crime Dog was sentenced to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty to the possession of 1,000 pot plants, a grenade launcher as well as 26 other weapons, and 9,000 rounds of ammunition.
Eagle Scout. Idealist. Drug Trafficker? by David Segal
Ross Ulbricht is accused of being the mastermind of Silk Road, the world’s largest and most notorious black market for drugs.
The amount of money an incarcerated pimp is suing Nike for after he stomped in a john’s face with his Air Jordans. Sirgiorgiro Clardy was charged with second degree assault using a dangerous weapon, and he claims in his suit that “Nike, Chairman Phil Knight and other executives failed to warn consumers that the shoes could be used as a weapon to cause serious injury or death.”