30 days for DUI manslaughter

Donte' Stallworth is serving a 30 day sentence for DUI manslaughter. While driving drunk, he hit and killed Mario Reyes. What do we learn from all of this? First, drive a Bentley. The higher the price of the car the lower the sentence. Oh by the way, Stallworth will also serve 2 years of house arrest... Continue Reading →


Ghost Adventures: Castillo de San Marcos

All in all, the Ghost Adventures crew made an interesting investigation of the Castillo de San Marcos. Last week Zak appeared to be semi-possessed by a spirit, in what I considered to be the worse acting that I have ever seen. It reminded me of some of the worse episodes of Most Haunted. This time... Continue Reading →

Nick Faldo, Christopher Lee knighted – Yahoo! News

Lee, 87, has spent his career terrifying cinema-goers. As well as appearing in classic horror films such as 1958s "Dracula" and 1959s "The Mummy", Sir Christopher also played memorable baddie Scaramanga in the 1974 James Bond classic "The Man With The Golden Gun". In recent years he starred as Saruman in "The Lord Of The... Continue Reading →

Tainted love: Fidel Castros son falls for Miami man — OrlandoSentinel.com

One of Fidel Castros sons carried on an eight-month flirtation over the Internet with a person he believed was a Colombian woman. Surprise! The woman was actually a Miami man. The trickster said the prank, broadcast on a Miami TV station, showed its possible to get around Cubas security. Guess where I am and I... Continue Reading →

6,000-year-old tombs found next to Stonehenge – Times Online

A prehistoric complex, including two 6,000-year-old tombs, has been discovered by archaeologists in Hampshire. The Neolithic tombs, which until now had gone unnoticed under farmland despite being just 15 miles from Stonehenge, are some of the oldest monuments to have been found in Britain. Archaeologists say they will hold valuable clues about how people lived... Continue Reading →

Ancient mass grave found on Olympics site | Oddly Enough | Reuters

LONDON Reuters - An ancient burial pit containing 45 severed skulls, that could be a mass war grave dating back to Roman times, has been found under a road being built for the 2012 British Olympics. Archaeologists, who have only just begun excavating the site, say they do not yet know who the bones might... Continue Reading →

CNSNews.com – Sotomayor Failed to Disclose to Senate Memo in Which She Argued Death Penalty Is Racist

CNSNews.com – The Judicial Confirmation Network JCN says Judge Sonia Sotomayor failed to disclose to the Senate Judiciary Committee a controversial document arguing that the death penalty is “racist” and a violation of the present “humanist” thinking of society. The 1981 memo, they say, should have been disclosed as required under Question 12 b of... Continue Reading →

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