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Nitwit News – November 15
Nitwit News – November 15

Police in North Carolina are searching for a man whose gun accidentally fired during a conversation about the Second Amendment at a store. Wilkesboro police said the unidentified man was engaged in a discussion about the Second Amendment and gun rights at a GNC nutritition store when he took out his gun to show an employee and accidentally fired off a round. The bullet took out a printer.

Police were called out to a wedding reception in Russia after a stunt went wrong. A magician at the reception had handcuffed the couple together as part of a trick — and then couldn’t free them.

A Minnesota man said thieves made off with dozens of pigeons. Forty five birds belonging to the man and his younger brother were stolen from lofts in the back yard of their father’s home. The man estimated the total worth of the lost birds at about $20,000, including a $10,000 price tag for a bird named The Godfather. He said the bird commanded such a high price tag because he was a reliable breeder and the son of Rambo, a champion homing pigeon that raced in Belgium and was worth $58,000.

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