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Warning Signs in the D.C. Madam Suicide

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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HINDSIGHT Palfrey (inset) (Photo: Getty Images) • Suicidal tendencies: Back in 1992, DC Madam Deborah Palfrey begged a judge not to send her to prison, saying that she was "not prison material" and would consider suicide a "viable option."

Free meatstick!: When the plaintiff failed to turn up, an L.A. judge today dismissed a sexual battery charge against Girls Gone Wild meatstick Joe Francis. Did anyone check the French Quarter?

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Disney strikes back: The Disney people just want to let you know that when 15-year-old Miley Cyrus says she loves Sex and the City, she really means the reruns on TBS, the sanitized versions.

Shredded pork: Roger Waters' runaway pig from Coachella has been found in two pieces. The two women who discovered the flyaway ham prop are splitting a $10,000 reward and, presumably, the lifetime Coachella passes. We still say it was a media stunt.

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Sect's abuse: After reports of underage sex abuse, authorities in New Mexico today raided a doomsday cult and removed 3 teens (1 boy, two girls). Problems started when the world didn't end on October 31, as self-appointed messiah Michael Travesser predicted.

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