i’m a fan of the Simpsons no doubt, but all this time i did not know marge was a freak like that, continue on for more peaks of the closet freak Read the rest of this entry »
A 4-year-old boy covered in bruises was found unconscious in his Brooklyn home on Friday and died at the hospital, sources said. Jayden Lenescar’s mother, Myrna Chen Phang, summoned authorities to their Crown Heights apartment with a 2:30 p.m. call to 911, police said. “They took the boy out on a stretcher,” said a neighbor, Anna Gilliam, 49. “His mother was hollering, ‘Lord, no, don’t let my baby die! Don’t let nothing happen to him!’” Emergency workers put an oxygen mask on Jayden and were performing CPR as they rushed him to the ambulance, Gilliam said. Jayden was taken to Kings County Hospital and was pronounced dead, police said. Read the rest of this entry »
Al Sharpton is pictured here, giving Joe Jackson an award the other night. The man with a perm is saying more Joe Jacksons are what’s needed in the black community:
The Rev. Al Sharpton believes the world needs more fathers like Joe Jackson – a man the King of Pop said, routinely beat him and his siblings when they were children. The civil rights leader heaped praise on the dad’s parenting skills…… at the National Action Network in Harlem Saturday. “The arrogance of [people] attacking a man for being a stern father,” Sharpton said. “I wish we had more stern fathers – then we wouldn’t be shooting each other up.”
Jackson said he was honored to be recognized by Sharpton. “This feels great,” he said. “I feel like I’m someone very special.”
Kenneth Douglas, 56, was already in prison after he was convicted in 2008 of having sex with the corpse of 19-year-old Karen Range of Cincinnati in 1982.
Douglas was charged in February with two more counts of abuse of corpse for allegedly sexually abusing two more women’s bodies in 1991. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said DNA linked the two cases to Douglas.
Douglas initially pleaded not guilty when he was arraigned in February, but changed his plea to guilty on Monday.
DALLAS _ Willis Willis may have had the winning lottery ticket, but it was the convenience store clerk who had his number.
As authorities tell it, years of playing the Texas lottery finally paid off for the Grand Prairie man in May when he walked into the Lucky Food Store with a million-dollar ticket.
But in a double twist of tortured fortune, an opportunistic clerk may have cheated him out of his ticket and his treasure. Read the rest of this entry »