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Linkfest: Two Found Feet Belong to Same Man

DNA shows that two of the five feet found on Vancouver Island belong to the same man. A spokesperson for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police says it looks like the feet became disconnected as a result of decomposition.

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'Moose whisperer' earns biologist's scorn / An American life worth less today / Chile pole dancer arrested / The real names of the rich and famous

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In today's 'Most', after the introduction of the 'Chile pole dancer arrested' story, someone (maybe Ian...?) was heard to say "...How do you make it rain in Chile?" in a curious sotto voce which was greeted by much in-studio laughter. Is there a story behind the reference to rain or was this just a well-placed non sequitur?

Sent by Jack | 5:44 AM | 7-12-2008

"Making it rain" is a strip club thing, where patrons fling a wad of bills onto the stage so they "rain" over the dancers. Like most of the rest of the world, I first heard this phrase when Pacman Jones got arrested at a strip club in Las Vegas last year.

Sent by Stewart | 1:36 PM | 7-12-2008

Thanks Stewart

Sent by Jack | 4:58 PM | 7-14-2008

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