World leaders in drag

An unknown artist who calls himself Saint Hoax is receiving death threats for his latest art project.

The project titled “War Drags You Out,” features a series of digital illustrations of world leaders in drag.

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Offensive receipt

A low wage Burger King employee is out of a job after apparently giving a grandmother and her daughter-in-law a receipt with the words “B*tch a*s h*es” on it.

The receipt was given to the two women at the drive-thru of a Richmond, Va., Burger King on Saturday, wtvr.com reports.

Miss Lorel, who did not want her last name published, told the station she read the receipt and immediately returned to the Burger King to speak with the manager.

“He did apologize. He also called the young lady over and asked her, ‘did you see this?’ She just shook her head. He said it had never happened before,” said Miss Lorel.

“This is more than an insult. I mean calling you names on a piece of a paper, that will hurt somebody,” said a tearful Miss Lorel. “I liked going there. But after this they won’t get my business anymore.”

“We are obviously upset by the harm this has caused one of our customers,” franchise owner John Naparlo said.

Naparlo said surveillance video would help determine which cashier was responsible for the receipt.

A Burger King spokesman later told the Huffington Post that the employee had been terminated.

But wtvr.com readers believe the grandmother and the employee may have been in cahoots.

Joe wrote:

“Get friend/relative hired.
Have them write something bad.
Sue company.
Friend gets fired.
Split monies.”

Uganda newspaper exposes gays

Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni signed a controversial anti-gay bill into law earlier this week, sparking outrage and condemnation around the world.

The law makes gay sex acts illegal and punishable by up to 14 years in prison.

President Obama and U.S. Ambassador condemned the bill last week. And U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called the law “a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights” and warned that Washington could cut aid to Uganda.

But undeterred by the U.S. protests, a Ugandan newspaper on Tuesday published a list of what it said was the country’s ‘Top 200’ homosexuals.

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Drake shopping at Cartier's in Paris

Canadian rap artist Drake (in blue plaid shirt) attracted a large crowd of paparazzi and fans as he shopped at Cartier’s in Paris, France earlier today. Apparently the French aren’t used to seeing American rappers spending obscene amounts of cash in their shops.

Photo: KCS Presse / Splash News

Kanye West's bodyguard stops a fan from taking a photo with him, but Kanye lets him take the photo

Music producer Kanye West’s burly bodyguard almost beat an overzealous fan to the ground for stepping in front of Kanye and otherwise hindering his forward progress — just so the fan could take a photo.

If the bodyguard had put his boot on the fan’s neck the media would have blamed Kanye, and Kanye would probably be forced to pay the fan hundreds of thousands of dollars to the fan.

This is why celebs hire bodyguards to put a little distance between them and overzealous fans who are trying to get paid.

Are you sure you want to be a celebrity?

Photos: JDH Imagez / Splash News

Girl Scout cookies

An enterprising Girl Scout who set up shop outside a marijuana dispensary in San Francisco sold 117 boxes of cookies in 2 hours.

The reason for the whopping cookie sales is simple: the THC in marijuana boosts Dopamine in the brain. The increase in Dopamine gives weed smokers the munchies for cookies and other sweets.

Some might see gorging on cookies as a harmless side effect of weed smoking. But a recent study shows that traffic accidents have increased 300% in cities where marijuana is legal.

It is a known fact that marijuana leads to decreased attention span and increased anxiety, psychosis, and depression in users.

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John Wayne Rogers

A judge in Seminole County, in Sanford, Florida — the city where Trayvon Martin was killed — returned 2 guns to a blind man who shot another man in the chest, killing him, after a long drinking session in March 2012, The Orlando Sentinel reports.

Judge John Galluzo ruled that John Wayne Rogers, who is legally blind, was justified in shooting his drinking buddy under the state’s controversial “stand your ground” law.

The dead man was shot “once in the chest with a .308 Remington assault rifle from a distance of 18 inches or less.”

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