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May 15, 2013
16:34 // 11 months ago
May 5, 2013
Super-scary stuff: In San Mateo, Calif. last night, a limousine fire on a bridge turned extremely deadly, as the vehicle set on fire, trapping five of the ten people inside—nine female passengers, all in their 30s, and a male driver. The driver, who was forced to stop the car on the San Mateo Bridge, escaped without injury, and the four passengers who escaped were injured, suffering from smoke inhalation and burns. (photo by Jane Tyska/Oakland Tribune-Bay Area News Group)

Super-scary stuff: In San Mateo, Calif. last night, a limousine fire on a bridge turned extremely deadly, as the vehicle set on fire, trapping five of the ten people inside—nine female passengers, all in their 30s, and a male driver. The driver, who was forced to stop the car on the San Mateo Bridge, escaped without injury, and the four passengers who escaped were injured, suffering from smoke inhalation and burns. (photo by Jane Tyska/Oakland Tribune-Bay Area News Group)

12:52 // 11 months ago
April 23, 2013
23:13 // 1 year ago
April 6, 2013
See, the Western tradition of admiration for a beautiful woman is an ancient and wonderful thing. While the Mohammedans like to wrap their women up in black sacks, we glorify them. From the Vatican to the Louvre, we deck the halls with them. And if it’s OK with the pope, it’s OK with us.
The Daily Caller’s Christopher Bedford, opining on the President Obama-Kamala Harris hoopla and, in the process, giving Reince Priebus yet another headache on the path to rebrandingsource
15:36 // 1 year ago
March 31, 2013
Wal-Mart gets wider entrance: In San Jose on Sunday, some clearly-in-his-right-mind dude drove an Oldsmobile through the entrance of a Wal-Mart store, picked up a blunt object and started hitting people. The dude behind the crash was tackled, hog-tied and arrested. Four were injured, one seriously. (Karl Mondon/San Jose Mercury News)

Wal-Mart gets wider entrance: In San Jose on Sunday, some clearly-in-his-right-mind dude drove an Oldsmobile through the entrance of a Wal-Mart store, picked up a blunt object and started hitting people. The dude behind the crash was tackled, hog-tied and arrested. Four were injured, one seriously. (Karl Mondon/San Jose Mercury News)

23:07 // 1 year ago
February 27, 2013

Ridiculous Story of the Day: A California high school student set up a sting operation to catch a locker thief at Linden High School, only to discover one of her teachers was actually the one guilty of taking students’ money. Naturally, after she showed the footage to her principal, he asked her to delete the footage. Yes, really. (ht Gawker) source

15:33 // 1 year ago
February 15, 2013
Those of you who know me here would know that I never meant to hurt the city that I love.
Former San Diego Mayor Maureen O’Connor • Speaking to reporters regarding a money-laundering case involving a long-term gambling addiction. O’Connor reportedly won—and lost—as much as $1 billion in the past decade, due to gambling, getting second and third mortgages on her homes to pay for it. (Her lawyers say the total was much lower, but still in the tens of millions.) She is facing charges regarding allegations that she stole money from a foundation run by her husband, Jack in the Box founder Robert O. Peterson, to pay for her gambling addiction. The money from the foundation would’ve likely gone to local charities, which is where the “hurt the city I love” part comes in. O’Connor, who is in poor health, accepted a deal which includes counseling and the opportunity to repay the debt to the foundation within two years, along with taxes owed to the federal government.
9:24 // 1 year ago
February 13, 2013
14:54 // 1 year ago
February 12, 2013
16:46 // 1 year ago
February 11, 2013

Hundreds of tips regarding the whereabouts of former cop Christopher Jordan Dorner have been submitted to the LAPD.

  • 600 tips have been submitted since the LAPD began offering a $1 million reward for information that leads to the arrest of Christopher Jordan Dorner,  the former cop accused of several killings in recent weeks. The reward has only been on the table for 24 hours, which certainly suggets that the LAPD can expect to hear a great deal more from the public as word of the high-value reward continues to spread. source
14:43 // 1 year ago