A pungent fart suspended proceedings at a Kenyan regional assembly debate

Kenya’s Homa Bay: Fart pushes Speaker to suspend debate:

A heated debate about market stalls was disrupted by a foul smell and furious finger-pointing at a Kenyan regional assembly on Wednesday, local reports say.

“Honourable Speaker, one of us has polluted the air and I know who it is,” Julius Gaya reportedly told Homa Bay county assembly.

But the member he accused of farting is said to have replied:

“I am not the one. I cannot do such a thing in front of my colleagues.”

Hoping to clear the air, the assembly’s Speaker Edwin Kakach then instructed members to step outside and take a break from the chamber.

“Clear the air”, indeed, har har! 🙂


Brit builds fart machine, points it at France

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"I fart in your general direction!"“I fart in your general direction!”

A British plumber and inventor built a large fart machine, which he aimed and fired at France.

“I can confirm we had two people say they heard a faint rumble but as of yet, no video that picked it up,” Colin Furze tweeted Thursday evening after pointing a pulse jet surrounded by a large sculpted metal bum off the cliffs of Dover.

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Sea Monster in the Ottawa River

And so yet another place, like Loch Ness in Scotland or Lake Ogopogo in B.C., gets its own unknown sea monster. 🙂



For hundreds of years sightings of unclassified marine creatures have filled the log books of ships, menacing creatures that lurk beneath the waves. Often called “sea serpents”, these elusive creatures often appear on old maps as fanciful drawings of sea faring monsters with great teeth, devouring entire ships.

Screen shot 2016-07-05 at 9.20.38 AM 1550 map of Canada showing sea monsters off the coast. 

Scientists currently believe these sightings can be best explained as documented creatures such as the lungfish, oarfish or even eels. Yet there is one sighting of a sea serpent that goes beyond just a visual interpretation, an incident that involved one being captured. Not on the ocean, but right here in the Ottawa River.


Along the Ottawa River near Arnprior the waters widen as they stretch north, resembling more of a lake than a river, hence it being given the name Chats Lake. It reaches from the…

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