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  1. Three women who visited South Korea for plastic surgery were rendered so unrecognizable that airport officials detained them, because they looked nothing like their passport photos, a viral photo shows.
  2. Police are investigating after a woman assaulted her mother with a cheeseburger at an east-side McDonald's. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police were called to the McDonald's at 21st Street and Shadeland Avenue around 12:30 a.m. Sunday. The two women got in a fight after the mom told her daughter she could no longer stay at her home, said IMPD Officer Aaron Hamer. The 60-year-old mother told officers her daughter, 39, started yelling at her, so she stopped at the McDonald's drive-thru. While her daughter was seated in the front passenger seat she took a bite out of her cheeseburger," Hamer said. "The victim stated her daughter yelled 'B---h I outta kill you' and hit her in the left side of her face with her hand and the cheeseburger." Note; Stopping at McD's should only happen with good behavior. You heard it here first. OD
  3. Swansea, Wales. This builder is extremely lucky to be alive after accidentally shooting himself in the crotch with a hydraulic nail gun. Sam Rees, 22, mistimed firing the gun and a three and a half inch-long nail pierced his groin millimetres from a major artery – not to mention a little to close for comfort to his penis. Images of the grisly injury were captured by Sam’s colleague Mathew Meagher, 30, while the pair were working on a site outside Swansea, Wales. Read more: Stay safe out there.
  4. Who knew? sounds like a plan......just need to find a coaster.
  5. “This little fella was having a rough morning and fell out on the floor. I saw his mother step back and look. She stated this is how he is expressing himself lately. I decided to get on his level and talk to him,” she said in a Facebook post. Kinda reminds me of a couple posters here (having a bad day)
  6. The list of Maryland schools among the top national universities includes: •Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, #10 in National Universities •University of Maryland--College Park, College Park, #60 in National Universities (tie) •University of Maryland--Baltimore County, Baltimore, #159 in National Universities (tie) Morgan State University and University of Maryland - Eastern Shore were recognized as second-tier schools. There were still more honors for the state, with the United State Naval Academy ranked No. 12 among National Liberal Arts Colleges, Loyola University Maryland ranked No. 3 among Regional Universities and Morgan State University ranked N0. 20 among Historically Black College and Universities.
  7. This year's no sales tax week is Aug. 14-20. The second Sunday of August to the following Saturday is designated as Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week each year, says the Maryland comptroller's office. That means qualifying apparel and footwear $100 or less, per item, are exempt from the state sales tax. Accessory items are not included. The state has a detailed list of what is taxable and what is exempt from Maryland’s sales tax that week. (See full list at bottom of story.)
  8. Maryland Natural Resources Police responded to a report of a bear near a picnic pavilion along the Patapsco River in Baltimore County Sunday. Two officers found the bear and kept an eye on it for a while. As they did, they shot a short video that was posted to social media “Some folks were delighted to see it, but some folks thought we were encouraging other folks to do this,” said Maryland Natural Resources Police spokeswoman Candy Thomson. “We know this bear has been in Greenbelt, we know it’s been in Beltsville, it’s been all over Howard County, and it’s been in southern Baltimore County. And there were sightings of a small bear at College Park at the University of Maryland just last month.” No selfies please.