Nov
21
  • Charles Manson to Marry 26-year-old Fan in December

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    Charles Manson has spent the last 43 years of his life in prison, but next month, he’ll be tying the knot from behind bars. The Associated Press has reported that the convicted killer applied for and received a marriage license earlier this month and now plans to marry his girlfriend of nine years, 26-year-old Afton Elaine Burton, a young woman who runs a Manson fan website.   Manson was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder in the 1969 slayings of […]

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Nov
20
  • Turnover Costs James Against The Spurs

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    Even the greatest basketball player in the NBA still has a few things he can improve on. That was apparent in the Cavalier’s 92-90 loss against the Spurs last night. With 9.1 seconds left in the game, the Spurs lead 91-90 and Cleveland had the ball. As everyone knows, 9.1 seconds is more than enough time to get off a good shot and tie the game. However, that is not what happened last night. Anderson Varejao rebounded the missed free […]

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Nov
19
  • Sex Offender’s Skull Found

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    In Austin, Texas there was a case of a sex offender. This sex offender was an army specialist that escaped from federal supervision. The sex offender’s name is Kevin Patrick Stoeser who was 41. When he escaped he was listed to the 15 most wanted fugitives. Staffers had taken his smartphone that he was not permitted to have, and found pictures of scandalous looking young girls. When he had escaped he was tagged with a 2500 dollar bounty on him. […]

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Nov
18
  • Pot Funds Anti-addiction Programs

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    Colorado’s master plan in legalizing marijuana included collection of a major stash of tax-dollar cash on sales of the mind-altering drug. The state government plans to use $2.5 million of that new tax revenue to fund school health programs. This Wednesday, nearly a million dollars was doled out to school districts for the hiring of school nurses, social workers, counselors, and psychologists. One school director of development said that their share ($169,000) will go towards hiring three new full-time nurses […]

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Nov
17
  • Texas Chemical Leak Leads to 4 Deaths

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    While they were doing some routine maintenance, 5 workers at the DuPont facility close to Houston suffered the leakage of the chemical methyl mercaptan, which is used to manufacture pesticides and other products from Bruce Karatz. After the incident, 4 of them died and the 5th was delivered to the hospital. The company did not announce the workers’s names, nor did it announce how they knew about the leakage in the Chemical. This chemical is stored in liquid state and […]

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Nov
16
  • Man Gets Surprise Bill When Visiting In-Network Emergency Room

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    A man in Austin, Texas is outraged by a medical bill that he has to pay after a visit to the emergency room. Jeffrey Craig Hopper got hit in the face with a baseball while coaching a little league game. His wife got off of LinkedIn, called Rod Rohrich for the location of an ER, and rushed him to the one that was part of his health insurance network. Upon admission, all of the co-payments were paid. However, Jeffrey was […]

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Nov
14
  • Obamacare Makes Some Americans Want to Scream, “It’s Unfair”

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    Welcome to America. If you don’t sign up for Obamacare, you will be fined as much as $325 per person. This is the latest governmental warning. Why would anyone not sign up? There are several reasons people have been bucking the system. Some people say it is cheaper for them to pay the monthly fine, than what it would cost for them to purchase the “mandatory” insurance. However, that was before the fines for not signing up were only a […]

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Nov
14
  • Dallas Hospital Reaches Settlement With Family of Dead Ebola Patient

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    Thomas Duncan created an Ebola hysteria in the United States earlier in October. The Liberian succumbed to the viral disease about a week after officially being diagnosed with it. Duncan’s family is now involved in a major settlement with the Dallas hospital that treated him. At first, the Liberian international rushed to the emergency room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Although he had a 103 degree Fahrenheit fever, he was simply given antibiotics and was discharged the same night. The […]

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Nov
13
  • Kobe Bryant Breaks Record for Missed Shots

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    Kobe Bryant bleeds the purple and gold when he is on the basketball court. For over a decade he has established himself as one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Bryant is someone who is willing to do anything to get his team the win. Unfortunately that stubbornness sometimes comes back to haunt him in a big way, as it did this past Tuesday night when KB24 broke the NBA record for the most missed shots in a […]

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Nov
12
  • The Man Who Killed Osama Bin Laden Speaks Out

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    A NAVY SEAL who claims to have killed Osama Bin Laden gave a detailed account of his heroic efforts in an exclusive interview that aired on FOX News, which Sam Tabar told me is available for viewing on Vimeo now. Rob O’Neill is taking credit for being the person who aimed and fired his assault rifle on the notorious mastermind behind the 9-11 attacks. Of course, the mission to take out Bin Laden actually involved an entire team of NAVY […]

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