Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Misery, Part 2




The man stabbed to death with a stiletto heel over the weekend has been identified as a professor at the University of Houston, authorities announced today.

The victim, identified as 59-year-old Alf Stefan Andersson, worked at the University of Houston Center for Nuclear Receptors and Cell Signaling where he focused on women's reproductive health


Read more flava: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2339240/Alf-Stefan-Andersson-University-Houston-Professor-identified-man-stabbed-death-stiletto-heel.html#ixzz2VwoU3SdQ


17 comments:

  1. Great pickup, Bubba, but seriously:

    from the glossary
    Flava
    Just a smidgen of the real thing; usually used to refer to a snippet of a linked article.

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    1. Why do sober people so enjoy criticizing drunk people?

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  2. The Daily Mail? I expected "Prof Brought to Heel: Assailant Gets the Boot."

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  3. So what you're saying is there's a position open at U. Houston.

    (Too soon?)

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    1. Oh dear...but I was thinking it. Thank God I didn't say it though...oh, the karma! :)

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    2. Seems to be in a somewhat arcane specialty.

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  4. I suppose it was a comfort to him during his fatal beating that the murder weapon was lurid enough to provide his fifteen minutes of fame.

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  5. Professor Plum, in the hotel, with the shoe? Those cards weren't in the original deck!

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  6. Seems to be hard to say, at least at this point, exactly what happened (other than a domestic violence incident, apparently involving alcohol, which ended with the death of one party by means of an usual, but easily available -- whether for attack or self-defense -- weapon).

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  7. PG, I was thinking along similar lines...maybe even better than "comfort"; wondering here if restraints and "no limits" were involved.

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    1. He may have had a senior moment with the safe word.

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    2. That's why I think there should be a whiteboard in every dungeon.

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