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April 25th, 2017


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Penn State Female Student Parties Pretty Hard……………

April 24th, 2017

A Penn State student faces felony and misdemeanor charges after allegedly fighting with officers over the weekend while intoxicated.

According to the criminal complaint filed by Penn State police, at about 2 a.m. Sunday, an officer observed a female, identified as Kaitlyn J. Testen, 18, of Sayre, stumbling while being assisted by a male along the north side of Haller Hall on campus. The male was reportedly holding her up and preventing her from falling.

The officer approached Testen and the man near Beaver Hall, police said, where Testen attempted to walk away when the officer exited his vehicle. The officer requested they both stop and speak with him regarding their behavior.

Testen was unable to walk away and sat on the curb, police said. While attempting to identify the man, he reportedly fled the scene. Additional officers were requested for assistance in locating him.

While struggling with the man, police said, Testen reportedly attempted to leave the area and refused to identify herself. She was handcuffed and placed on the curb.

University Ambulance Service was requested to evaluate her, police said, as she allegedly had a strong odor of alcohol and slurred speech. She reportedly refused to cooperate with police or EMS and actively resisted being placed on a stretcher.

While on the stretcher, police said, she was told if she continued to kick, she would be placed in jail. Testen broke her feet free and reportedly kicked one officer in the face and a second officer in the arm and hand.

She was placed in a police vehicle where she continued to kick at officers and the vehicle windows, police said. While at the university police station, she allegedly removed her shorts and urinated on an interview room floor.

She was arraigned Sunday before District Judge Kelley Gillette-Walker, according to court documents, and charged with felony counts of aggravated assault, misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct and summary counts of public drunkenness, purchase of alcohol by a minor and criminal mischief. Straight bail was set at $50,000.

A preliminary hearing is slated for May 3.


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Tokio Hotel Live – Black (19/04/2017 Novosibirsk)

April 24th, 2017



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Street Artist puts Caitlyn Jenner in ‘It’ the Clown adverts

April 24th, 2017

A man who describes himself as “the fastest censored street artist in the city of Los Angeles” has sabotaged adverts for Stephen King’s It to tie in with Tucker Carlson’s interview with Caitlyn Jenner in Bill O’Reilly’s old Fox News slot.

Sabo put Jenner’s face behind glass on posters and park benches near the FOX studios, commenting to The Hollywood Reporter: “I converted to the Muslim faith and I joined ISIS, so what’s going on with Bruce Jenner goes against my new-found faith. If any progressives have a problem with this poster, then I’ll just have to label them ‘Islamophobic’.

“This poster pales in comparison to throwing Bruce off a building or hanging him the way we Muslims do in many countries, and progressives don’t seem to have a problem when we do that.”


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Show Clips – ANASTASIA, Starring Christy Altomare

April 24th, 2017



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Alabama, Mississippi marking Confederate Memorial Day

April 24th, 2017

State government offices are closing Monday in Mississippi and Alabama for Confederate Memorial Day.

Georgia used to mark the holiday, but removed the Confederate reference in 2015. Now, the last Monday in April there is simply called State Holiday.

Confederate Memorial Day in Mississippi and Alabama commemorates those who died during the Civil War while fighting for Southern states that tried to secede from the U.S. The Confederate military surrendered in April 1865.

South Carolina holds a Confederate Memorial Day in May to mark the day Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson died.

Mississippi said in its 1861 secession declaration that its decision to leave the United States was “thoroughly identified with the institution of slavery.” Alabama said in its secession ordinance that it would join other states in “Southern Slaveholding Confederacy.”

Lea Campbell of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, is among the critics who say it’s long past time for states to ditch Confederate Memorial Day.

“The Confederacy was a government that was established to maintain the institution of slavery to maintain the social hierarchy of white supremacy,” said Campbell, who is white and has helped organize rallies calling for Mississippi to remove the Confederate battle emblem that has been on the state flag since 1894. It is the last state flag in the nation to prominently feature the rebel emblem — a red field topped by a tilted blue cross dotted by 13 white stars.


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Lea Michele on Sunday Brunch – Cooking Segment

April 24th, 2017



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