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Woman Killed Over PlayStation Addiction

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Woman Killed Over PlayStation Addiction

There are some very unstable people in this world. Retired Heathrow airport worker Malcolm Palmer, age 62, stabbed his female partner of thirty years--Carol Cannom, age 46--around thirty times with two knives because she had been playing Grand Theft Auto 4 too much. Unhappy with the situation undoubtedly exhausted, feeling detached and unimportant, Palmer ultimately confronted Cannom with suspicions of an extra-marital affair. He went into a violent rage, thus resulting in her wanting Palmer out of the house and out of the childrens' lives. Palmer grabbed two knives--a dinner knife and a folding lock knife--and filled her face, chest, and legs with over thirty wounds right in front of their son.

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    NuclearShadow , April 4, 2009 4:10 PM
    Of course the woman on the commercial was a actress. Does anyone honestly think that Microsoft randomly approach someone and give them this challenge? This would be like hunting down a kid from a Sunny D commercial to see him choose the soda (or god forbid the purple stuff) over the Sunny D.
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    Greatwalrus , April 4, 2009 5:40 PM
    Wow, video game characters are starting to get too hot.. it's scary :\ Should I be attracted? crap. o.O (picture 10)

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    cheepstuff , April 5, 2009 1:01 AM
    Quote:
    Wow, video game characters are starting to get too hot.. it's scary :\ Should I be attracted? crap. o.O (picture 10)


    how do you feel about picture 6 ? ...talk about attractive...:p 
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    outacontrolpimp , April 5, 2009 7:27 AM
    lol whats with the polar bear and wolf picture
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    marraco , April 5, 2009 9:16 PM
    Ok. Fun.

    Now. Did you accounted by your site being read by the entire world?

    Hundred (¿or millions?) of people knowing nothing about "fools day"?
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    thejerk , April 5, 2009 10:59 PM
    They do now... at that's alllllll that matters.
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    rigaudio , April 7, 2009 10:10 PM
    marracoDid you accounted by your site being read by the entire world?Hundred (¿or millions?) of people knowing nothing about "fools day"?

    OH NOES WE MUST REMEMBER THAT FUN IS NOT ALLOWED ON THE INTERNET