Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Weenie-Waver Wednesday

There are no truly outstanding weenie-wavers to feature this week, but there are at least a couple of mildly interesting stories in the news recently:

Former Oklahoma judge Donald Thompson (better known as the "Penis Pump Judge") had his felony conviction upheld. His lawyers argued, unsuccessfully, that police had illegally seized evidence such as the penis pump. The appeals court didn't think so. Thompson provided hours of amusement when the petition to remove him from the bench appeared on the Smoking Gun website back in June 2004.

Burglary seems to be so much more interesting when the burglar is naked. It's even more interesting when the target is a celebrity, and when the naked burglar is discovered wearing one of the celebrity's leather jackets.

Robert Dennis Furo, Jr., somehow got inside Nicholas Cage's $25 million home and decided to try on some of his clothes. Freaky.

Note: Weenie-Waver Wednesday is in no way affiliated with Wiener Tiara Bake or its affiliates.

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Johnny Yen said...

It's terrible when the police seize your penis pump. Especially when you're using it. It breaks the seal and your concentration. Or so I've heard.

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Maybe that dude was trying to steal Nic Cage's penis pump.

Bubs said...

Heh. You both said "penis pump."

Anonymous said...

Nicholas Cage lives in Newport? I'll have to keep my eyes open. I could thank him for "Raising Arizona," but then kick his ass for everything else after that.