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Nitwit News – August 20
Nitwit News – August 20

John Anderson, administrator of Derry, New Hampshire, will be charged with misdemeanor indecent exposure and lewdness after allegedly inviting a DirectTV salesman into his home while nude. The town official told the shocked salesman that he was in a “nudist” home.

Moonshine has come a long, tasty way from its 19th-century roots. Polk County, Florida, sheriff’s deputies broke up an illegal distillery (in Haines City) that brewed hooch in creative flavors, such as peach and apple pie.

The final season of Breaking Bad has left fans on edge each week, with Sunday night’s episode bringing a series record of 5.9 million viewers. But a portion of Connecticut fans missed out on the action when a power outage in Norwalk left some cable subscribers without service for almost two hours. Breaking Bad fans reacted in a state of panic. Rather that calling the cable service, some viewers dialed 911 to voice their concerns. The Fairfield Police Department was not impressed. The department took to its Facebook page to admonish callers for using 911 to complain about a cable problem, asking them to direct complaints to Cablevision and even warning that misuse of the emergency line could result in arrest. Service was restored just after 11 PM — in time for the 11:35 PM rerun of the latest episode.

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