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  1. Strip club closed after food stamps used to buy lap dances, drugs, investigators say The Ohio Liquor Control Commission revoked the liquor permit of Sharkey’s bar, an adult entertainment establishment, effective at the close of business Thursday, after investigators used food stamps to buy lap dances. Agent-in-Charge Michelle Thourot said agents began investigating the Twenty Two Fifty Inc., also known as Sharkey’s, in May 2017. During the investigation, agents were able to purchase drugs and lap dances using food stamp benefits. Throughout the five-month investigation, agents reportedly exchanged $2,404.87 in food stamps to purchase heroin, fentanyl, carfentanil, cocaine, methamphetamines and lap dances. Criminal charges were filed against employees and patrons for drug trafficking, food stamp trafficking, aggravated shipment and distribution of heroin, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and illegal sexual activity. Agents also filed 44 charges that were heard by the Liquor Control Commission that included drug possession, drug sales, engaging in sexual activity, food stamp trafficking and solicitation. ******************** Wow, this place sounds worse than Porky's. At least the agents had a good time.
  2. Committee contacts Ford's friend about party; 'she has no recollection' of it, lawyer says Washington (CNN)As the Senate Judiciary Committee staff negotiates with attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a past sexual assault, over a potential hearing on Thursday, Republican staffers are working to interview those who may have information about the alleged incident. CNN has learned that the committee has reached out to a longtime friend of Ford named Leland Ingham Keyser. "I understand that you have been identified as an individual who was in attendance at a party that occurred circa 1982 described in a recent Washington Post article," a committee staffer wrote Keyser earlier this week. On Saturday night, her lawyer, Howard Walsh, released a statement to CNN and the Senate Judiciary Committee. "Simply put," Walsh said, "Ms. Keyser does not know Mr. Kavanaugh and she has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present, with, or without, Dr. Ford." ******************************************* Well, her story sure fell apart quickly. Kavanaugh was not there, and she never recalled meeting him. It's time to see a new shrink.
  3. So everyone should believe her even though she never mentioned his name for 35 years, can't recall when it happened, or who was around. I've heard of blurry memories, but this one is right up there. Now she is stalling on testifying for this very reason, because she can't answer simple questions. But I bet she writes a book about it later, and becomes a millionaire. All the goofy liberals will buy the book and drool over it.
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    Fahrenheit 11/9' Bombs

    Fahrenheit 11/9' Bombs The news isn't good for a trio of high-profile fall festival films opening nationwide box office — Michael Moore's new doc Fahrenheit 11/9, the edgy teen black comedy Assassination Nation and Dan Fogelman's Life Itself, according to early returns. The only new movie doing decent business is a more commercial, Hollywood studio offering: Eli Roth's big-screen adaptation of the beloved kids book, The House With a Clock in Its Walls. The family friendly pic is headed for a weekend haul of $24 million-$25 million from 3,592 theaters after grossing $7.8 million on Friday, easily enough to top the chart. Unless traffic picks up, Fahrenheit 11/9 is headed for an eighth-place finish with $3 million-debut from 1,719 theaters (pre-release tracking had suggested at least $5 million-$6 million). One bright spot: Audiences gave it an A CinemaScore. Moore's satirical, anti-Trump film marks the first release from Tom Ortenberg's new company, Briarcliff. (Ortenberg worked with Moore on Fahrenheit 9/11 while stationed at Lionsgate.) It earned just north of $1 million on Friday. In 2004, Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 debuted to a record-breaking $23.9 million from 868 locations. Otherwise, his films, similar to other political or specialized docs, have launched first in select theaters before expanding their footprint in order to capitalize on word of mouth. ******************************************** Too bad, he bombed again? People have given up on this nut.
  5. She doesn't want to testify now so hold the vote on Monday. This has been a charade all along.
  6. She is a lib with no evidence, but we should believe her. Uh huh. Not sure when, not sure where, never said his name for years, and no one else heard of it. No wonder she won't testify under oath.
  7. Texas Great-Grandmother Shoots Alligator She Claims Ate Her Horse Judy Cochran, a great-grandmother and mayor of a small town in Texas, finally got her gator. Three years ago, her miniature horse disappeared and she was certain an alligator had eaten the animal, which was about the same size as a Labrador retriever. On Sunday evening, she got her revenge with a single shot to the head of a 12-foot, 580-pound gator at her ranch on the Trinity River. She and her family had been looking for this particular varmint ever since the horse disappeared. But the mayor of Livingston, population 5,200, wants folks to know she legally hunted the gator. In Polk County, hunting season for alligators runs only 20 days a year, beginning on Sept. 10. A permit and tags are required, and the reptile must first be caught by a hook before it can be killed. Her family even took video of the gator's demise to document it was killed in accordance with hunting law. She plans to make boots from the gator's stomach hide, stuff the head and harvest the meat. ******************************************* If it wasn't for the second amendment she would have tried to hit it with sewing needles.
  8. Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal ecosystem BIDDEFORD, Maine (AP) — Canadians are known as friendly folks, but these crabby brutes migrating from Canadian waters are better suited for the hockey rink. Green crabs from Nova Scotia are the same species as their cousins that already inhabit Maine waters, but are ornerier and angrier, threatening to accelerate harm to the coastal ecosystem by gobbling up soft-shell clams and destroying native eel grass, a researcher said. The docile green crabs shrink from a threat, while the newcomers are more apt to wave their pincers and charge. “What we’re seeing is this insane level of aggressiveness,” said Markus Frederich, a professor at the University of New England. They’re each genetically distinct. The new crab variant that originated in northern Europe is hardier and adapted to colder water than the more docile crab, which originally came from southern Europe. Green crabs, even the docile ones, are considered a scourge that can devour soft-shell and juvenile clams. They can destroy eelgrass that provides a hiding place for juvenile sea creatures. But the Canadian crabs take it to a new level. ************************************************ There are lots of Canadian crabs on the internet as well, demanding rights and talking politics.😀
  9. Bill Cosby judge refuses to recuse himself; sentencing to proceed Monday Days before sentencing, Bill Cosby’s trial judge denied a defense motion to step down from the sex assault case because of what Cosby’s team called a long-ago grudge with a pretrial witness. Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill has seen the case through two trials, hard-fought pretrial hearings and 15 defense lawyers since Cosby’s arrest on Dec. 30, 2015. Cosby’s two-day sentencing hearing is set to start Monday. A jury this spring convicted him of drugging and molesting a woman friend at his home in 2004. The actor, now 81 and legally blind, faces a guideline sentence of about one to four years, but O’Neill can choose anything from probation to a 30-year prison term. Camille Cosby filed a state ethics complaint this week accusing O’Neill of bias against her husband because of what she called his feud with a former prosecutor who testified in an early 2016 pretrial hearing. O’Neill had competed against the witness, Bruce Castor, for a political post years ago. ********************************************************* From probation to a 30-year sentence, sentencing couldn't get any more vague.
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    Racism in Trump's America

    You're trying to reason with someone who can't be reasoned with. Facts don't matter to them.
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    christine, where for art thou?

    I imagine she has scheduled to see another shrink to get over all this trauma, and then she'll write a book and sell a million copies. It will be called "What Happened."
  12. The California liberal now doesn't want to testify, as she has nothing to say. Too bad babies.
  13. TV Ratings: Emmy Awards Slip 10 Percent in Early Numbers The 2018 Emmy Awards are down around 10% from last year, according to early Nielsen data. In metered market households, the awards show drew a 7.4 rating in metered market households Monday night, down from an 8.2 last year. That also represents a new low in that measure for the Emmys telecast. Time zone adjusted fast national numbers should be out later today. The 2017 Emmys ultimately drew a 2.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 11.4 million viewers, tying with 2016 as the least-watched Emmys to date. More to come… ***************************************** Poor Hollywood, when will they ever learn.
  14. Canada: UN expert panel warns of systemic anti-Black racism in the criminal justice system The United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent today expressed serious concerns about systemic anti-Black racism in the criminal justice system in Canada. “There is clear evidence that racial profiling is endemic in the strategies and practices used by law enforcement,” said Ricardo Sunga, who currently heads the expert panel, at the end of its official visit* to the country. “Arbitrary use of ‘carding’ or street checks disproportionately affects people of African descent.” “We urge the Government to develop and implement an African Canadian Justice Strategy to address the anti-Black racism and discrimination within the criminal justice system,” Mr. Sunga stated. From 17 to 21 October, a delegation of the Working Group visited Ottawa, Toronto, Halifax and Montreal to gain first-hand knowledge on racial discrimination, Afrophobia, xenophobia, and related intolerance affecting African-Canadians. “In our conversation with African Canadians, we found that Canada’s history of enslavement, racial segregation, and marginalization, has had a deleterious impact on people of African descent which must be addressed in partnership with African Canadian communities,” Mr. Sunga stressed. The delegation, which also included human rights experts Michal Balcerzak and Ahmed Reid, welcomed ongoing efforts by the new administration to revitalize efforts to address racial discrimination faced by people of African descent and to promote human rights, diversity and inclusion in partnership with African Canadian communities and civil society organizations promoting the rights of people African descent. *************************************************** Is this the same Canada that acts like an innocent peach to the world?
  15. She is a liberal Democrat working at a liberal school seeing a shrink in a liberal state and suddenly recalls something concerning a Republican up for a Supreme Court seat from 35 years earlier during marital counseling , and her main alibi is her husband she has been having the problems with. Yep, sounds quite logical to any Democrat.

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