Friday, March 25, 2011

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Beauty queen 'shoots intruder dead with her pink gun

A beauty queen has told how she shot and killed a burglar as he wrestled with her fiancé during a break-in in the middle of the night.
Police are investigating the death of Albert Hill at 3am in an incident at the Florida mansion which Meghan Brown, 25, shares with fiancé Bobby Planthaber Jr, 43.
The 2009 Miss Tierra Verde had opened the door to him on March 12 in the early hours thinking he was a friend needing a bed for the night.

But she claims the 42-year-old, 18-stone man grabbed her from behind and covered her nose and mouth with his hand, before heading straight to the bedroom.
As she screamed, her fiancé emerged, later telling the St Petersburg Times: 'My number one objective is to get this guy off my fiancée.'
Detectives said the intruder then ordered him to give him money.
The fight between the two men broke the dining room table and chairs but, as they tussled, Miss Brown produced her pink gun from her bedside table.
'I had my gun drawn, focused in on him - as he moved, my gun moved. I waited for my shot and when I saw an opening, I fired,' she told the newspaper.
Miss Brown said she was 'glad' it had been her, because not everybody else would have been as prepared as she was.

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

MSNBC Never Lets the Facts get in the Way of a Story....

During a segment on his show “MSNBC Live” Monday, host Cenk Uygur decided to go on a tirade against New York Congressman Peter King for his hearings on radical Islam. During the segment, Uygur wanted to “introduce some real facts here,” and pulled up a chart showing the top hate groups in the country. Before reading it told his audience they were all “on the extreme right.” He quickly listed the top two groups, but when he got to the third one, his jaw audibly hit the floor. I’ll let Mediaite’s Frances Martel take over from here:

“Topping the list,” he began, “[are] the Ku Klux Klan with 221 groups. They are followed with Neo-Nazi groups with 170 groups, and”– at this point Uygur stops for a beat, before ending the list with “that doesn’t make any sense.” What doesn’t make any sense? That the third largest hate group contingent in America are black separatist groups. Not exactly the first type of political group conjured up by the phrase “right-wing,” unless Uygur was willing to argue that the social conservatism often found in black separatist groups somehow made them right-wing or some other similarly stretched-out argument. Of course, the socially conservative black separatist groups on the SPLC’s list mostly appear to be chapters of the Nation of Islam, and slamming them would not exactly strengthen Uygur’s argument that focusing on Islamic groups is a waste. [Emphasis added]

Yes, you read that right, but let it sink in for a second. Uygur tried to claim that all the rising hate groups were on the right, and when presented with facts from his own chart that said otherwise, refused to read those facts. And the kicker, as Martel points out, is that that the “black separatist groups” are mainly comprised of Nation of Islam chapters. Wow. And yet Uygur still thinks King’s hearings are a “waste of time.”

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Pakistani Childen Play a Game

Kick the can?



nope, take a guess and see if you can figure it out...