Check out today’s THAT SUCKS STORIES. Tuesday’s are usually the TAINT of the WEEK! So, maybe you are thinking your life is terrible and everything is going wrong…read these stories…you’ll feel better. Because these stories will truly have you saying….THAT SUCKS!
Warren Weinstein, a 70-year-old American aid expert kidnapped in Pakistan last summer, has appeared in a video asking President Obama to save his life by meeting his al-Qaeda captors’ demands to free convicted terrorists imprisoned in the United States. “My life is in your hands, Mr. President. If you accept the demands, I live; if you don’t accept the demands, then I die,” Weinstein says evenly in the video, which al-Qaeda posted to jihadist forums on Sunday. Warren Weinstein, seen above in 2009, said in a video released by al-Qaeda that he will be killed unless President Barack Obama agrees to the militant group’s demands. In a video released by al-Qaida, American hostage Warren Weinstein said he will be killed unless President Barack Obama agrees to the militant group’s demands. The White House on Monday ruled out negotiating with al-Qaeda, but spokesman Jay Carney said the U.S condemned the kidnapping and called for Weinstein’s release. The video provided the first public evidence since his August kidnapping in the eastern city of Lahore that Weinstein was alive, although there is no indication when or where the video was made.
Two construction workers were hospitalized in New Jersey yesterday, after one guy fell in a vat of acid…and his buddy jumped in to SAVE HIM! They both lived TOO! SUCKS!
A lightning struck a 53-year-old man’s scrotum and then exited his body through one of his feet in Madrid, Spain. The good news: he survived. The bad news: his testicles were burned. A lucky man. Or maybe not. The man was walking on a street in Madrid’s suburb Tres Cantos—when the lightning struck his scrotum through his pants, traveled down one of his legs and went to the sidewalk through his foot. He fell unconscious.His son called the emergency services, who treated the burns on his scrotum and feet. They moved him to the Hospital de la Paz, where he got under several tests. Luckily, his heart and brain were not affected by the lightning, said the doctors.