Saturday, July 15, 2017

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A California woman was sleeping in her apartment when a mountain lion crashed through a window and landed right on top of her. Francis Muniz, apartment manager for the building on Main St. in Colusa, said the resident was sleeping July 4 when the cougar crashed through the window over her bed. "She was asleep and it landed on her bed and actually at first I think she said she thought she was dreaming, it didn't seem real," Muniz told KTXL-TV
Muniz said the woman remained calm during the incident and opened her back door to let the big cat run out.



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For the first time, the network is teaming with Fathom Events for a one-night only sneak peek of a new special in select movie theaters nationwide. On July 18, six days before its TV premiere, you can see Return to the Isle of Jaws, the follow-up to the 2016 specialthat followed renown cameraman/shark expert Andy Casagrande as he explored a newly discovered great white hot spot just south of Western Australia — and saw males only.


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Bite number one came two weeks after high school graduation. Ten minutes into the drive home, the signs it wasn’t OK started. A strange metallic taste in the mouth. All of the color fading from sight, leaving a monochromatic world. A reverberating sound like an electric guitar. Bryan Fry staggered out of his car and into a small gas station, where he managed to gasp out: “I’ve been bitten by a venomous snake.” A fellow customer asked if he was quite certain it was venomous. He answered with the “full Exorcist” — projectile vomiting all over the lottery tickets, cash register and beef jerky. “My eyes rolled up into my head and I collapsed into a convulsing heap on the black and white checker-patterned dusty linoleum floor,” Fry writes in his book, “The Venom Doc.”



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The extravagantly lucrative tradition established by “reverends” Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton is carried forward by another generation of looters:
William Lamar, the senior pastor at D.C.’s historic Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church, is tired of presiding over funerals for parishioners who died of heart disease, diabetes and stroke.
So on Thursday, he and another prominent African-American pastor filed suit against Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association, claiming soda manufacturers knowingly deceived customers about the health risks of sugar-sweetened beverages — at enormous cost to their communities. …
Lamar and Delman Coates, pastor at Mt. Ennon Baptist Church in suburban Clinton, Maryland, claim soda marketing has made it harder to protect the health of their largely black, D.C.-based parishioners.
In its denunciation of what it calls “Big Soda,” the Denver Compost piece extracted here proclaims that there is “overwhelming evidence that the harms of drinking soda disproportionately affect [black and Hispanic] communities.”



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A new lawsuit alleges that Chelsea Clinton should have known parts of her recent children’s book were plagiarized from an earlier work — and, nevertheless, she persisted in publishing it.
According to the New York Post, Albany, New York-based author Christopher Janes Kimberley alleges that parts of “She Persisted,” the profoundly opportunistic kids’ tome released by the former first child and liberal-gadfly-without-portfolio, was stolen from a pitch for his proposed book, “A Heart is the Part That Makes Boys And Girls Smart.”
In a suit filed last Thursday in the Southern District of New York court, Kimberley, 56, alleged that he sent a pitch for the illustrated kids’ book to Jennifer Loja, president of Penguin Young Readers, back in May of 2013. TYPICAL CLINTONS, THINK THEY CAN JUST STEAL ANYTHING THEY WANT.



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