Prehistoric man may have lived like the Flintstones

Prehistoric homes like this may have been a reality in days gone by.

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Archeologists in New Mexico have discovered startling evidence that our prehistoric ancestors may have been more advanced than we previously assumed.
While working on a typical dig in New Mexico, Dr. Jacob Turner from the university of Nebraska uncovered what appears to be a stone wheel that may have been used to cart human beings around in a primitive form of automobile very similar to the automobiles that were used by the Flintsones on the popular Hanna Barbera cartoon show.

Dr.Jacob Turner is shown here with his famou s”Flintstone” wheel close to where it was uncovered.

“I have little doubt that this stone wheel was used to transport primitive people around much in the same way the Flintstones were portrayed in the popular cartoon series.” Dr. Turner told The National Reporter.
“I agree.” His colleague Dr. Femmer added. “We have suspected that prehistoric man was more advanced than previously thought. This is evidenced by the discovery of the monolith in Belize south America a few years ago in the Yucatan peninsula.”

prehistoric monolith discovered in Belize

The National Reporter “Wasn’t there some type of dwelling found around here that was very similar to the Flintstone house?”
“Yes there was, Dr. Turner said. “It was found two miles from our present location in the late 1950’s and may have been the inspiration for the cartoon series.”

Was this prehistoric dwelling the inspiration for the Flintstones cartoon show?

The National Reporter “So what you are saying is the creators of the Flintstones may have borrowed the idea from actual prehistoric artifacts?”
“That is correct.”
The National Reporter “Do you think this discovery will have any effect on how the public views the television series now that it has been established to have been factual?”
“I don’t know.” Dr. Turner replied.
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Man who tried to mug Alison Angel gets fifteen years in prison

Don't mess with this chick! Victorious Alison Angel posing like Rocky Balboa on the L.A. county court house steps after her assailant was sentenced to fifteen years in prison.

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The man who tried to mug adult film star Alison Angel was found guilty today on all the charges.
Alison Angel sat with her friend and karate instructor Gianna Michaels as the jury read the verdict to the packed courtroom.
Her assailant, 24-year-old Abdul Mustafa was found guilty of trespassing, assault, attempted rape, possession of a knife and possession of a controled dangerous substance.
Officials discovered a sizable amount of heroin concealed on his person when he was booked into the county jail last December.
When the verdict was announced, Miss Angel and Miss Michaels lept to their feet and hugged each other.
“We were so afraid that they were going to let him go, you know how the courts are.” Miss Angel told The National Reporter.
“I was so glad when the judge handed him fifteen years in the slammer.” Miss Michaels said. “I hope he likes having big Bubba as a roommate for the next decade.”

Abdul Mustafa, who still hasn't fully recovered from the beating he received from Alison Angel, is seen here hobbling into court for his sentencing.

After the trial, Miss Angel walked out side followed by a crowd of news reporters and struck up a victorious pose imitating Sylvestor Stallone in the movie ‘Rocky’ when he ran to the Philadelpia city hall and stood on the stairs surrounded by hundreds of his fans.
Miss Angel showed off her new purple athletic shirt with the Gojo-Ryu Karate emblem on the front.
As you may recall from the original report on the case, Miss Angel holds a brown belt in Goju-Ryu Karate and her friend Gianna Michaels who holds a third degree black belt is her instructor.

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“I wanted the shirt to psyc out the creep when he saw her wearing it.” Gianna said. “That Goju-Ryu fist caught his eye as soon as he limped into the courtroom on his crutches. He knows what it means and he better respect it.”
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Alison Angel flattens mugger

Dainty adult film star Alison Angel at home.

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Alison Angel, the petite beauty and star of several adult films was attacked outside of her home over the weekend by an obsessed fan.

Alison Angel is the second adult film star who has been in the news this week.
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Gianna Michaels lands 1200 pound shark

“I was out in my garden watering my tomato plants when this guy came up from behind out of no where and put his arms around me.” Miss Angel told us.
The National Reporter – What did you do?
“Well at first I was scared, but my karate training kicked in and I grabbed his arms and threw him over my shoulder.” she said.
Alison has been taking karate lessons from long time friend and co-adult film star Gianna Michael’s.
Alison holds a brown belt and she expects to be promoted to black belt early next year.
The National Reporter – What happened after you threw him to the ground?
“I thought he was knocked out at first because he just layed there for a few seconds. But then he got up and came at me again. That was when I really layed into him with a few round house kicks and a flurry of punches.” She said.
The National Reporter – Were you scared at all?
“Not at first, I just reacted and let my Karate training take over. The next thing I knew he was laying on the ground unconcience and I ran inside to call the police.”

The mugger has been identified as 24-year-old Abdul Mustafa, who had recently immigrated to the U.S. from Pakistan.
Police have disclosed that he is a registered sex offender in Pakistan and had been imprisoned seven times for rape and child molestation before he immigrated to the U.S. last year.

Abdul Mustafa after being beat up by petite adult film star, Alison Angel.

When The National Reporter showed Miss angel the photograph of her attacker taken at the county jail, she let out a quiet girlish giggle.
“Oh my goodness,..did I do that?” she said.
She seemed kind of surprised at the severity of the facial injures that she had inflicted on him.

Breaking news! Alison’s mugger sentenced to fifteen years in prison!
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Ooops,..I guess I don't know my own strength.


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Adult film star, Gianna Michaels single handedly lands 1200 pound shark

Gianna is seen here posing with her trophy shark.

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Beautiful adult film star and Seattle native, Gianna Michaels, single-handedly caught a 1200 Lb. shark last weekend while on a fishing trip with a few friends.
The National Reporter – What did you think when you first snagged the shark?
“I thought my line got hooked on something, like a sunken boat.” She told us. “Then all of a sudden it swung my pole around and went under the boat.  That was when I knew I had something big.”
The National Reporter – Were you scared when you found out that you had an enormous shark on the end of your line?
“Not really, well, maybe a little bit.” She said. “Sharks are pretty dangerous, I was kind of afraid that the thing was going to leap out of the water and thrash up the boat, but when I saw that Captain Rollo was ready with a high-powered rifle I stopped worrying about it.”
The National Reporter – How long did you fight it?
“Wow,..it seemed like it took all day.” She said. ” But, it was only around an hour and forty-five minutes before it was exhausted and we hoisted it aboard the boat.”
The National Reporter – People are saying that you fought this shark all by yourself,  is that true?
“Ha,ha,. it sure is!”  She laughed.  “A few of the guys offered to take the pole from me when I started getting cramps in my arms, but I refused to let go so someone else would get all the credit.”
After Miss Michaels posed for the above exclusive photograph for The National Reporter,  she had the shark delivered to a local taxidermist to have it stuffed and mounted.
“This shark is going to look awsome in my apartment!”  She said.

Aside from her love for deep sea fishing, Gianna Michaels has other interests that are little known to the general public.
She has been an avid skeet and trap shooter since the age of 12 with several regional awards to her credit plus she holds a third degree black belt in Japanese Goju-ryu karate.

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