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This is the best news story I have read in the past ten minutes:
When Casey James Fury, a 24-year-old civilian worker at the Portsmouth Naval Base in Maine, suspected his ex-girlfriend of seeing someone new, he wanted to leave work early to go confront her. But instead of asking his supervisor for time off, Fury did the unthinkable: He intentionally set fire to a nuclear submarine, causing over $400 million in damage.According to his confession, Fury started the May 23 fire using a Bic lighter to set some rags and a vacuum cleaner ablaze. The fire quickly got out of hand, causing minor injuries to seven. It took firefighters 12 hours to get the blaze under control. Fury set a second fire in June that, thankfully, caused no injuries or serious damage.Fury had been taking a large number of prescription drugs when the arson occurred. By his own admission, he was suffering from a variety of mental problems at the time, including anxiety, depression, and insomnia.Fury appeared in a federal court in Portland, Maine yesterday. If convicted, he could spend the rest of his life behind bars.Read more at http://www.tecca.com/news/2012/07/24/nuclear-sub-arson#m0QieuEa7lw5oJho.99
I got 400million problems and a bitch is one.

This is the best news story I have read in the past ten minutes:

When Casey James Fury, a 24-year-old civilian worker at the Portsmouth Naval Base in Maine, suspected his ex-girlfriend of seeing someone new, he wanted to leave work early to go confront her. But instead of asking his supervisor for time off, Fury did the unthinkable: He intentionally set fire to a nuclear submarine, causing over $400 million in damage.

According to his confession, Fury started the May 23 fire using a Bic lighter to set some rags and a vacuum cleaner ablaze. The fire quickly got out of hand, causing minor injuries to seven. It took firefighters 12 hours to get the blaze under control. Fury set a second fire in June that, thankfully, caused no injuries or serious damage.

Fury had been taking a large number of prescription drugs when the arson occurred. By his own admission, he was suffering from a variety of mental problems at the time, including anxiety, depression, and insomnia.

Fury appeared in a federal court in Portland, Maine yesterday. If convicted, he could spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Read more at http://www.tecca.com/news/2012/07/24/nuclear-sub-arson#m0QieuEa7lw5oJho.99

I got 400million problems and a bitch is one.