School Buses in Japan Inspired by Microsoft

This is one way to get homework done before arriving home… I sure wish I had this available to me when I was taking the bus to and from school. Here is a look inside. Just an idea on how the world is different in many ways, below is an image of a school bus in...

Priest Marries A Woman

Former Roman Catholic priest Alberto Cutié married Ruhama Buni Canellis in a courthouse. The couple will also have a church wedding… But Cutié, who left the Catholic church to become an Episcopalian in late May, will have to wait more than a week before his new church recognizes the marriage in a religious ceremony. That will take place in an unnamed church under Rt. Rev. Leo Frade, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. Cutié, 40, and his wife, 35-year-old Ruhama Buni Canellis, quietly slipped into the Coral Gables Branch Court at 3100 Ponce de Leon Blvd. through a gated back entrance around noon Tuesday, avoiding a growing group of news crews. The couple presented identification and proof of premarital counseling to a clerk as they filled out a marriage license application. Then, they joined Miami-Dade County Judge Jacqueline Schwartz in her chambers for a quick ceremony, according to a court employee… He and Canellis left the Catholic church just days prior during a private ceremony at Miami’s Trinity Cathedral, where Cutié also announced that he was starting a year-long process to become an Episcopal priest. Cutié left his position at St. Francis de Sales Catholic church in Miami Beach when photographs showing him nuzzling Canellis on a Florida beach — a violation of his vow of celibacy — were published in a celebrity magazine in early...

Brooklyn Man Hustling For Social Security

A Brooklyn man who police said dressed in drag to impersonate his dead mother and collect $115,000 in Social Security check and rent subsidies has been indicted on 47 counts of grand larceny, forgery and conspiracy. Thomas Prusik-Parkin’s alleged accomplice, Mhilton Rimolo, was also indicted and both men face up to 25 years in prison if they’re convicted… Prusik-Parkin’s six-year scam came to a crashing end on Monday when the 49-year-old from Park Slope was arrested… Prusik-Parkin’s alleged scam began in 2003 when his mother, Irene Prusik, died at age 73. Her son allegedly gave the funeral director the wrong Social Security number and date of birth for his mother so that her death would not be registered in government databases. He began collecting $700 a month in Social Security in her name, in addition to his own disability checks, sources said. Authorities said Prusik-Parkin also posed as his mother to file for bankruptcy so “she” would be eligible for $39,000 in city subsidies to help pay rent on a Park Slope...

Bride Canceled Her Wedding Because Of Porn

A woman has decided to cancel her wedding after finding secretly that her fiancée is a porn star after her friend who was organizing her bachelorette party was searching for male strippers online and came across a porn movie that featured the husband and another woman. Jason Brake, 30 had told Haylie Hockling that he was a personal trainer and admitted to her that he was making films on the side before they met. Brake said that he would have stopped doing porn if she had...

Convicted of Blocking Ambulance while Patient Dies

A judge told a driver she displayed “moronic stupidity” by deliberately and repeatedly blocking an ambulance which was carrying a dying patient. Annika Avery, 20, of Leicester, was given a five-month prison sentence, suspended for two years. She had already admitted dangerous driving._45916124_avery226 The court was told that Avery overtook the ambulance at speed and slowed down, causing the vehicle to brake suddenly. She did this even though the siren was on, Leicester Crown Court heard. Avery, of Tatlow Road, Glenfield, was said to be under stress at the time of the incident in July 2008, although no other reason was given for her behaviour. In the back of the ambulance a paramedic was giving heart compressions to an elderly patient. Such was the force of the braking that the paramedic was flung the length of the vehicle, the court heard. The driver of the ambulance said at one stage Avery pulled alongside him and she was travelling at 60mph (96km/h) in a 40mph (64km/h) area. The paramedic said he looked across and saw Avery and a male passenger laughing and making obscene gestures. The patient in the ambulance died and the judge said if Avery’s driving had played any part in that death, she would have been facing a very different...