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Today's Bonehead Award: 
Woman who identified as a vampire stabbed boyfriend ‘because he
was a werewolf’

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Today, November 18 in
1883 The U.S. and Canada adopted a system of 
standard time zones. 
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___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Ekaterina Tirskaya, 22, Novosibirsk, Russia Woman who identified as a vampire stabbed boyfriend ‘because he was a werewolf’ A woman who thought she was a vampire from a TV show stabbed her new boyfriend to try and ‘fulfil her mission to slay werewolves’. Ekaterina Tirskaya, 22, believed she was Elena Gilbert, the main character in fantasy drama The Vampire Diaries, she told police. A psychological assessment carried out before her trial in Novosibirsk, Russia, reportedly found her to be sane. Tirskaya and her unnamed lover slept together for the first time after meeting on social media, the court was told. In the morning she suddenly ‘changed’, telling him she was a vampire and like Elena Gilbert, played by Canadian actress Nina Dobrev, had to slay werewolves. He said he didn’t believe in the supernatural, and urged her to go home, the court heard. ‘She grabbed a knife in the kitchen and suddenly attacked him when he was getting out of the bath,’ one report said. ‘He managed to get hold of the knife. ‘But she grabbed another one and stabbed him in the chest.’ He staggered out of his flat and banged on neighbours doors pleading for help. They called for an ambulance and police. The man was gravely wounded but survived the February attack. Prosecutor Felix Kuznetsov said she was sentenced to two and a half years in prison after being found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm. She was also ordered to pay £3,900 in ‘moral damages’ to her stabbed lover.
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It was Christmas and the judge was in a merry mood as he asked the prisoner,"What are you charged with?" "Doing my Christmas shopping early", replied the defendant. "That's not an offense", said the judge. "How early were you doing this shopping?" "A few hours before the store opened."

Today November 18 in
1477 William Caxton produced "Dictes or Sayengis of the
Philosophres," which was the first book to be printed in
England. 

1820 Captain Nathaniel Palmer became the first American to
sight the continent of Antarctica. 

1865 Samuel L. Clemens published "The Celebrated Jumping Frog
of Calaveras County" under the pen name "Mark Twain" in the New
York "Saturday Press." 

1883 The U.S. and Canada adopted a system of standard time
zones. 

1903 The U.S. and Panama signed a treaty that granted the U.S.
rights to build the Panama Canal. 

1916 Douglas Haig, commander of the British Expeditionary Force
in World War I, called off the Battle of the Somme in France.
The offensive began on July 1, 1916. 

1928 The first successful sound-synchronized animated cartoon
premiered in New York. It was Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie,"
starring Mickey Mouse. 

1936 Germany and Italy recognized the Spanish government of
Francisco Franco. 

1959 William Wyler's "Ben-Hur" premiered at Loew's Theater in
New York City's Times Square. 

1966 U.S. Roman Catholic bishops did away with the rule against
eating meat on Fridays. 

1969 Apollo 12 astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. and Alan L.
Bean landed on the lunar surface during the second manned
mission to the moon. 

1976 The parliament of Spain approved a bill that established a
democracy after 37 years of dictatorship. 

1983 Argentina announced its ability to produce enriched
uranium for use in nuclear weapons. 

1987 The U.S. Congress issued the Iran-Contra Affair report.
The report said that President Ronald Reagan bore "ultimate
responsibility" for wrongdoing by his aides. 

1987 CBS Inc. announced it had agreed to sell its record
division to Sony Corp. for about $2 billion. 

1988 U.S. President Reagan signed major legislation provided
the death penalty for drug traffickers who kill. 

1993 The U.S. House of Representatives joined the U.S. Senate
in approving legislation aimed at protecting abortion
facilities, staff and patients. 

1993 Representatives from 21 South African political parties
approved a new constitution. 

1997 First Union Corp. announced its purchase of CoreStates
Financial Corp. for $16.1 billion. To date it was the largest
banking deal in U.S. history. 

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