- Scotts on Vaca NOW!
Happy Birthday Atari! 40 years today!
Ric is out this week due to a freelance schedule change. He apologizes to all! He did add a few notes for us to chat about!
Box Office: Pixar is 13 for 13 winning as they open a movie
Madagascar 3 $19.7M
Abe Lincoln $16.3$ Have to happy with those number going against Brave and Madagascar 3
This Friday we have Ted and Magic Mike. Ted is getting great reviews!!!!! Seth Mcfarland could have found his place. Doing voice work (Wait??? oh yeah Nevermind).
Spider-man is right around the corner!!!
Beauty and the beat
400-pound woman arrested for nudity
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 22 (UPI) --
Police in Florida said they arrested a 400-pound woman
who was spotted sitting nude on a bench at a bus stop.
Fort Lauderdale police said Patricia McCollum, 52,
was spotted by officers sitting nude on the bus bench
Wednesday and was arrested on a charge of
exposure of sexual organs in public,
the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Friday.
McCollum said during a court appearance Thursday
she is currently homeless and was attempting to change her clothes.
"That's why I was changing my clothes on the bus bench.
I don't have anywhere else to stay but bus benches," McCollum said.
Police said McCollum has been warned by officers in the past
about similar incidents.
McCollum was ordered held on $100 bond.
Pot dropped with bank deposit
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., June 22 (UPI) --
Florida authorities said they arrested a
Dunkin' Donuts employee who allegedly dropped
marijuana in with a bank deposit.
St. Augustine, Fla., police said Kimberley Kelley, 30,
was arrested Tuesday when she returned to Regions Bank
to ask if there were any objects she had accidentally dropped
in with a deposit she made for her store,
WJXT-TV, Jacksonville, Fla., reported Friday.
An officer arrived at the bank and arrested Kelley
after the object she allegedly dropped in with the deposit --
55 grams of marijuana -- gave a positive result in a field test.
Kelley was released Wednesday from St. Johns County Jail on $5,000 bond.
Woman upset over corpse on flight
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 24 (UPI) --
A Swedish woman says she had to fly overnight
from Europe to Tanzania next to a man who died
after the plane had departed.
Lena Pettersson, a reporter for Sveriges Radio,
said the man was having convulsions before the
Kenya Airways flight departed from Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The plane took off anyway, The Local.se reported Sunday.
He died several hours later while the plane was in the air.
Pettersson said she then had to sit across from the dead man
for the rest of the flight. "Of course it was unpleasant,
but I am not a person who makes a fuss,"
Pettersson told the Expressen newspaper.
She later decided, however, to seek compensation.
It took a couple of months of e-mails but she was finally refunded
$713 -- about half of the cost of her ticket, Sveriges Radio said.