Saturday, July 1, 2017

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Monalisa Perez, 19, and her boyfriend Pedro Ruiz, 22, wanted to be famous on YouTube. But until a dramatic stunt on 26 June involving a gun and a hardcover book that left Pedro dead, there was little indication in their videos how far they were prepared to go in order to attain online celebrity. PROB WOULD HAVE BEEN OK HAD THEY NOT USED THE .50 CALIBER.


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This morning I lucked out and was
able to buy two boxes of ammo.

I placed the boxes on the front
seat and headed back home, but
stopped at a gas station where
a drop-dead gorgeous blonde
in a short skirt was filling up
her car at the next pump.

She glanced into my car at the two boxes of
ammo, bent over and leaned in my
passenger window, and said in a
sexy voice,
"I'm a big believer in barter, old
fella. Would you be interested
in trading sex for ammo.?"

I thought for a few seconds and asked her,




"What kind of ammo 'ya got.?"


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Following one reported rape and several sexual assaults at this year's Bråvalla music festival, there will be no festival in 2018, the organisers said on Saturday. One of Sweden's largest music festivals, Bråvalla has been arranged outside the eastern Swedish town Norrköping every summer for the past five years, and this Saturday, July 1st, is the final day of the 2017 edition. But the popular festival will not return in 2018 due to concerns over several cases of sexual assault, the organizing company FKP Scorpio said in a press release on Saturday. One person was reportedly raped during a Håkan Hellström concert. One case of sexual coercion has been reported, as well as several cases of sexual assault. "Words cannot describe how incredibly sad we are about this, and we most seriously regret and condemn this. This is not f-ing okay. We do not accept this at our festival," a festival representative wrote.


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U.S. Marshals join search for couple accused in ‘cold chicken’ beating; $2K reward offered.


I hope Paul Kersey get's them 1st!!!!
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Social media companies in Germany face fines of up to 50m euros ($57.1; £43.9m) if they fail to remove "obviously illegal" content in time. From October, Facebook, YouTube, and other sites with more than two million users in Germany must take down posts containing hate speech or other criminal material within 24 hours.
Content that is not obviously unlawful must be assessed within seven days. The new law is one of the toughest of its kind in the world. Failure to comply will result in a 5m euro penalty, which could rise to 50m euros depending on the severity of the offence.
In a statement, Facebook said it shared the goal of the German government to fight hate speech. It added: "We believe the best solutions will be found when government, civil society and industry work together and that this law as it stands now will not improve efforts to tackle this important societal problem." 

YOU VILL NOT SAY VUT VEE DON'T LIKE!!!


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The doctor who opened fire at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Friday was searching for a former co-worker who he had promised to return and kill when he resigned in 2015 — but the employee had the day off. Henry Bello, 45 — who resigned amid a sexual-harassment scandal — fatally shot a physician and wounded six other people with an assault rifle before killing himself, officials said. “When he left he promised to come back and shoot one of the residents,” Dr. Maureen Kwankam told The Post about Bello.


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A man was charged Friday with kidnapping a visiting University of Illinois scholar from China who authorities believe to be dead after she disappeared three weeks ago. A federal criminal complaint alleges the suspect's phone was used to visit an online forum in April called "Abduction 101." Yingying Zhang, the 26-year-old daughter of a working-class factory driver from China, disappeared on June 9, just weeks after arriving at the Urbana-Champaign campus in central Illinois where was doing research in agricultural sciences and was expected to begin work on her doctorate in the fall. Friends and family described her as extremely bright, hardworking, caring and devoted to her parents.


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Many people in Hong Kong accused China of violating the territory’s autonomy in 2015 by seizing five publishers who were putting out gossipy books about the Chinese leadership and allegedly distributing them on the mainland. Some are also angry that Beijing intervened to disqualify newly elected pro-independence lawmakers who failed to correctly administer the oath of office last year. Many people are worried about a steady erosion of press freedom, and that in a range of areas China is increasingly determined to call the shots. But Xi made it clear that challenges to Beijing’s authority would not be allowed.


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A defiant President Donald Trump resumed his attacks on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski on Saturday morning, calling Scarborough "crazy" and Brzezinski "dumb as a rock," despite days of bipartisan criticism over his initial attacks on the pair earlier this week.
"Crazy Joe Scarborough and dumb as a rock Mika are not bad people, but their low rated show is dominated by their NBC bosses. Too bad!" Trump tweeted Saturday morning.



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Authorities in Texas said a van crashed on the highway in the San Antonio area and released 30 snakes, a baby alligator and a tortoise.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office said the van blew a tire about 12:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 35 near Shepherd Road, causing it to rollover onto the access road in the southwest part of the county. The Somerset Volunteer Fire Department said the animals released in the crash include venomous rattlesnakes, copperhead snakes, a large diamondback rattlesnake and water moccasins.



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THE VALUE OF A GOOD VOCABULARY

I called an old MIT classmate and asked what he was doing.
He replied that he was working on "Aqua-thermal treatment of ceramics, aluminum and steel under a constrained environment."
I was impressed...
Upon further inquiring, I learned that he was washing dishes with hot water under his wife's supervision.



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Growing up, Donna Price’s childhood seemed as picture-perfect as any other happy youngster’s. Her mom and dad doted on her and her siblings, and to outsiders they seemed the perfect family – but they were hiding a dark secret. Donna’s world came crashing down one dark day in 2014 when she discovered the devastating news that her loving parents were brother and sister.


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In Sweden, the Muslim refugee crisis has been an absolute nightmare. Lawlessness and violence are the new norms in areas that are heavily populated with these middle eastern refugees, and the Swedish police are having difficulties maintaining law and order in the otherwise tranquil nation. Sweden’s recent population growth is without parallel. Never before in the country’s history has the number of inhabitants increased so fast. Sweden is now the fastest growing country in Europe. Over the past 10-15 years, immigrants have mainly come from Muslim countries such as Iraq, Syria and Somalia. Along with the mass immigration has been an increase in rape. It is difficult to directly tie the two together because Swedish law forbids registration based on people’s ancestry or religion. But we can say that Sweden is now the rape capital of Europe.


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A pet owner who was perplexed by the size of his water bill eventually caught the cause on camera -- his cat flushing a toilet.
Curt Coleman on June 16 posted a video to YouTube showing his cat Crazy Eyes standing on the toilet's lid and using his front paws to operate the flush lever. "This is the reason my water bill was outrageous. Finally had to start leaving the door closed when I left for work. He was doing this numerous times throughout the day," Coleman wrote in a Reddit post.



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