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Corvette Dumper is Talking; NJ Man Will Feed Himself to 30 ft Anaconda; Wolf No Gift Policy
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/12/14 12:36 pm | updated: 11/12/14 12:36 pm
The man who drove his wife's little red Corvette into the Delaware River is on the run from police, but he is talking to the media. 50 year old John Kramer called FOX 29 and said it was his car, not his wife's. He claims he paid $3,600 for it two years ago. Kramer also claimed his family problems started in June when he found his son dead in the basement of his house. Kramer says he is several states away and is not coming back to Philadelphia.

A New Jersey man is planning to feed himself to a 30 foot Anaconda snake, film it and have it televised on the Discovery Channel next month. Paul Rizzoli, a wildlife filmmaker, plans to wear a snake proof suit, cover himself with pig’s blood and let the 30 foot snake eat him alive. The Discovery Channel is getting pushback from animal rights groups who want Discovery’s plan to air the spectacle canceled.

Governor-elect Tom Wolf is planning a gift ban for anyone in the executive branch of state government. In what Wolf refers to as the “just say no thank you rule” he has already implemented the restriction on members of his transition team. When he becomes governor, he plans to implement an executive order and make it part of an ethical conduct code that all executive branch employees will have to sign.

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