Some of the Charlie Hebdo Cartoonists Designed Wine Labels

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Three of the victims killed in the incredibly tragic Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks in Paris last week were not only some France’s most celebrated cartoonists, but also the designers behind the country’s most “outrageous” wine labels. Bordeaux winemaker Gérard Descrambe tells Wine Spectator that for over 40 years he commissioned Charlie Hebdo cartoonists, as well as others, to create “eye-catching labels” for his Château Barrail des Graves winery. The labels “varied from drunken to suggestive to sexually explicit humor.” Descrambe tells the publication: “Their spirit was to laugh at everything and expose the biggest bullshit in the world.”

N.C. Woman Shoots Husband After he Triggers Home Alarm

Guns just make us all safer.

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Police say a woman mistakenly shot her husband in the chest after he returned home with breakfast and triggered the alarm in their home.

Authorities told area media outlets that the shooting occurred around 10:15 a.m. last Friday.

According to police, 27-year-old Tiffany Segule was asleep in her home when her husband, 28-year-old Fort Bragg soldier Zia Segule returned home with a bag of breakfast food. When Zia Segule entered the home, police say, he activated a security alarm.

A police spokesman said Tiffany Segule believed someone broke into her home. The spokesman said she armed herself with a handgun and shot through her bedroom door, hitting her husband in the upper chest.