Kenneth Bultman used homework time to tell student how to spice up his sex life, cops say

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​Did Berlin, Wis., High School teacher Kenneth Bultman really insist that a male student come to his classroom to do homework, and then offer him tips on how to spice up his sex life with a female student? Maybe we'll find out in court, because that's where Bultman's headed to face felony charges.

According to The Northwestern, Bultman resigned from the job he held for 11 years after the student reported the December 2009 encounter to authorities.

Bultman asked the boy about his sexual activity with a female student and offered to give him sexual advice including "new moves to spice things up a bit," the complaint said.

The 45-year-old man was charged last week, and ordered by the judge to stay steer clear of teenagers. A conviction could mean four years and three months in prison.

Terry Kleiman sentenced for roasting ex-lover Alex Rouse's dog to death

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​Green Bay cops found Alex Rouse kneeling on the floor of her apartment in tears in the early morning hours of Nov. 23, 2008, a Sunday. In the apartment's oven, they found Rouse's dead 5-month-old Pekingese. It had been roasted alive.

Terry Kleiman is going to spend the next six years of his life in prison for perpetrating that act of brutality. He was sentenced Friday after being convicted in February of breaking into Rouse's apartment, putting the dog in the oven, turning on the heat and leaving.

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Daniel Bliefernicht allegedly spiked pregnant girlfriend's drinks with cow abortion drugs

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A 23-year-old Madison farmer is accused of lacing his pregnant girlfriend's drinks with veterinary drugs used to abort a cow fetus. He apparently thought it would end his girlfriend's pregnancy instead.

Daniel Bliefernicht was supposedly upset when his girlfriend became pregnant and decided to mix the vet drugs into three beverages. His girlfriend thought they tasted weird, so she turned them over to police. They were laced with cow abortion meds. Should've known all along that farmer was up to no good. More >>

Minnesota ranks No. 28 in U.S. penis size. The good news? We're ahead of Wisconsin

Categories: Penis Sightings

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Condomania sells condoms online. Lots of them. In 76 different sizes. Been doing it since since 1994.

"After gathering detailed information on over 27,000 penises, we now have the most comprehensive database of penis sizes on the planet," says Chris Filkins, director of technology at Condomania. "Needless to say, these men's privacy is our utmost concern, and we're interested only in the statistics, and not who's who! But the data itself is pretty interesting."

Scientific study? You be the judge. Meantime, we're going to avoid cliches here folks. We are not going to talk, for example, about the stiff competition.

Oh, wait.

So here are the state rankings. At least we're ahead of Wisconsin:

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Jim Strasser was sure that Wisconsin lake was frozen on a 60 degree day. It wasn't

You get 50 years of ice fishing under your belt and you figure you know when it's safe to gear up and head out, right? Not in Jim Strasser's case. The 71-year-old guy took an unforeseen polar bear plunge last week on Brown's Lake in Burlington, Wis., thinking that the ice, on a 60 degree day, would hold his sled. After being rescued by local authorities, he told WTMJ he appreciated the help, and that he's none the worse for the chilly dip.

Could have been worse. Could have been fish food:

Wisconsin man wedges himself in laundry chute; girl panics when rescuers pull out saw

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​Wisconsin Rapids police officer Roy Woyak hasn't seen anything like it in his 30 years on the force: A man, his legs dangling from the mouth of a laundry chute, having to be cut free while a little girl in the house panics because she thinks the guy is going to be cut in half.

The 20-year-old man, not identified by the Wausau Daily Herald where the story first ran, evidently climbed into the laundry chute on a dare, dropped down and got wedged in, with his arms stuck above his head.

So, while Woyak and a firefighter stood beneath the man and helped prop him up to take the pressure off his chest, another officer worked to calm the girl as more firefighters cut a hole in the wall and pulled the trapped man to safety.

Porfirio Olivas sentenced for beating and starving his daughter

Categories: Civil Society, Crime

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​We last heard about Porfirio Olivaswhen he was convicted in December on 21 counts of child abuse related to the months-long torture of his daughter in 2008. Yesterday, a Dane County judge sentenced him to 20 years in prison.

Olivas had kicked, punched, strangled, and struck his daughter with a metal tube for months, a jury found. The girl said her father also forced her to eat cockroaches and a dead mouse. He denied those accusations.

The teenager's mother, Minerva Lopez, told police she beat the girl with a broomstick, a metal rod, a frying pan and other objects, scalded her with hot water, choked her, cut her wrist with a kitchen knife and bit her face.

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Dustin Nelson puts on kilt, gets drunk, breaks into store and takes nap

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​When Racine cops found Dustin Nelson on Saturday night, on the floor of a downtown store, napping, they told the 24-year-old Plymouth, Minn., man to show them his hands.

He did -- by flipping them the bird.

According to the cops, Nelson -- all 6 feet 5 inches of him -- was clad in a kilt and clearly intoxicated that night. They found him after a passerby called police to report seeing the man smash the front window of the store and enter the building.

From the Journal Times:

Officer Michael Ditscheit then placed the man in handcuffs. They reported the man was "very intoxicated." He could not answer their questions about what he was doing there or what happened. The summary of the report simply stated "subject broke into store to take a nap."

Nelson's been charged with misdemeanor criminal damage to property.

Happy St. Patrick's Day.

Michael Crisafulli, 13, not competent to stand trial in father's murder

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​Michael Crisafulli is 13 years old. He has austism. And on Jan. 19, under a "balloon of anger," he took a gun from a cabinet in his Delton, Wis., home and shot and killed his father as the 55-year-old man relaxed in a recliner.

Sauk County Judge Guy Reynolds has now ruled that Crisafulli, charged with first-degree intentional homicide, is not competent to stand trial for his father's murder. That doesn't mean he can't be charged in the future, but for now, Reynolds wants the boy sent for mental health treatment.

From the Baraboo News Republic:

During an interview with an investigator, the complaint states Michael Crisafulli said his father had been very angry with him that day after he had been expelled from school. At the home they shared, Michael Crisafulli said he took a gun from is father's gun cabinet because a "balloon of anger" within him had broken, according to the complaint. As his father lay back in a recliner Michael told the officer he shot his father once.

Jim Becker sold 145 pints of blood to pay for Green Bay Packers' tickets

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​Jim Becker, a 79-year-old man from Green Bay, was made a Packers' Hall of Fame member over the weekend; he figures he has sold 145 pints of blood over the years to buy tickets to see his favorite team.

More than that, his Packers love affair may have helped save his life. According to the Packers Web site, Becker suffers from a condition in which the blood retains too much iron. So he sold the blood at $15 a session.

Becker, a long-time season-ticket holder who has attended games every year from 1952 through 2008, saw his first game in 1941 when he was 11-years-old. He was selected by fans from 10 finalists during a voting period that ran from Dec. 27, 2009, through Jan. 31, 2010. More than 40,000 votes were cast from throughout the United States and countries around the world.

For his epic fandom, Becker gets four club seats to a 2010 Packers home game and a road trip for two to a 2010 Packers away game.

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