Thursday, January 27, 2005
Also, let HOT 97 know how you feel about this incident:
395 Hudson St. 7th Fl.
New York, NY 10014
Councilman John Liu's office is planning a protest on Friday, January 28, in front of HOT 97's studio.
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Students Arrested Over 'Violent' Stick Figure Drawings
Pictures Show Classmate Being Stabbed, Hung
OCALA, Fla. -- Two boys, ages 9 and 10, were charged with felonies and taken away from school in handcuffs, accused of making violent drawings of stick figures. The boys were arrested Monday on charges of making a written threat to kill or harm another person, a second-degree felony.
One drawing showed the two boys standing on either side of the other boy and "holding knives pointed through" his body, according to a police report. The figures were identified by written names or initials.Another drawing showed a stick figure hanging, tears falling from his eyes, with two other stick figures standing below him. Other pieces of scrap paper listed misspelled profanities and the initials of the boy who was allegedly threatened.Parents of both of the arrested boys said they thought the boys should be punished by the school and families, not the legal system.
Monday, January 24, 2005
There was a time, when the sun was shining bright
So I went down to the beach to catch me a tan
Then the next thing I knew, a wave 20 feet high
Came and washed your whole country away
And all at once, you can hear the screaming chinks
And no one was saved from the wave
There were Africans drowning, little Chinamen swept away
You can hear God laughing, 'Swim you bitches swim.'
So now you're screwed, it's the tsunami,
You better run and kiss your ass away, go find your mommy
I just saw her float by, a tree went through her head
And now your children will be sold to child slavery
Thursday, January 20, 2005
Wednesday, January 19, 2005
New Jersey 24 and light snow
New York, slightly warmer at 25
Boston 27 and snow
Some days I wish I was in Hawaii, but not today.
Afraid of butterflies? Covered in cockroaches??? WHAT A FREAK!!! First of all, a butterfly and a moth are two different things. I wonder what she'd do if a cockroach crawled across her table in a restaurant.
I've seen a little of the Condesceding Rice confirmation hearings. Since Janet Jackson spoofed her, I think Minute Rice should follow Jackson's lead and flash a titay to distract the senators.
Tuesday, January 18, 2005
People are still as stupid as ever, especially at Costco. Certain people still think they are the only ones in the world. "You're at Fricking Costco!" Get your sample and move on. Don't stop in the doorway after you've shown your card, there's people behind you. Don't think I'm staring at you because you're cute; you UGLY. Don't you think your child is fat enough and shouldn't be eating any and all of the samples. Could you move your cart out of the way of the rest of us while you're getting your sample or waiting for your sample. Don't look at me rudely when I bump your cart that's in the way. Mental note, never go to Costco on the weekend. The best time is a half hour before they close.
Sunday, January 16, 2005
The Corn Chronicles
Saturday, January 08, 2005
Tuesday, January 04, 2005
The devestation is overwhelming to watch. Sometimes I feel guilty eating while watching the news. Is it wrong not to donate money because I currently don't have a paying job?
Sunday, January 02, 2005
Saturday, January 1, 2005 Posted: 3:08 PM EST (2008 GMT)
MINOT, North Dakota (AP) -- Thirty-six children were injured in a sledding accident during an all-night New Year's Eve party hosted by a religious organization.
Three of the children were hospitalized, but all were in stable condition Saturday, hospital officials said. The others were treated and released.
Police Sgt. Winston Black said more than 100 children ages 12 to 19 attending a Youth for Christ event gathered at a high school around 4 a.m. to slide down a hill using sleds built out of cardboard boxes.
A sign posted on the hill prohibited sledding.
The children and Youth for Christ staff piled eight to 12 passengers on the sleds, then went down the hill in quick succession, Black said. "The sleds struck rocks, a light pole and each other," he said.
It just goes to show you how some religious groups will lead you astray.