Moose Stuck in Tree, You Have To See It To Believe It!

September 11, 2011 at 5:07 pm

Oh my god, check this out–

A MOOSE got stuck in a tree in Sweden after eating some “fermented” apples.

Reminds me of Hank at the office christmas party!!! (just kidding, Hank!)

On a more serious note, it’s amazing how funny things can happen halfway across the world, and we can share chuckles about them right here in America through the power of the World Wide Internet.

What do you think the moose was thinking about when he was stuck in that tree? Give us your opinions in the comments.


Preble County “Rocks and Rolls All Night” to Kiss Tribute Band

September 11, 2011 at 11:29 am

Last Saturday, September 3rd, was a night to remember here in Preble County, as the community came together to celebrate the end of summer by watching a hard rockin’ show from a Kiss Tribute Band called “Mr. Speed”. I hear they were almost as good as the real deal!

The event, called “Drakefest,” is held every year, and is named after the successful local company Drake Heating and Air.

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Jersey Shore Girl Speaks Out On Pressures of Fame

September 10, 2011 at 9:57 am

Angelina Parnevik, a reality star from “the Jersey Shore” just did a hot new interview with In it, she claims that the media attention from the show tragically “ruined her life!”

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Obama Jobs Plan to Create A LOT of Jobs

September 9, 2011 at 4:53 pm

Holy cow! The numbers are in on Barack Obama’s “jobs plan”, and they’re BIG! Some people are predicting that the plan could create as many as ONE MILLION jobs just in the next few years.

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Welcome to the Preble Post

September 9, 2011 at 11:45 am

The Preble Picayune was a bi-weekly newspaper that served the people of Preble County, Ohio for over a century. Just a few years ago, “The Pic” was a flourishing publication, reaching almost 30,000 readers daily, but with the rise of the World Wide Web, circulation fell into a decline. By September 2009 only fourteen subscribers remained. The Picayune, like so many other local newspapers around the country, was forced to close its doors.

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