But Anna Marie Kapunan has good news
‘…Yesterday, we were met by Political Counselor James Christoff to keep us posted on the recent updates from Canadian Embassy. We were assured that the Canadian Embassy is looking into possible solutions to coordinate the issue with the corresponding departments and offices responsible for transporting the 50 garbage filled container vans back where they belong. The Canadian government on the other hand is looking into the problem as well, and would like to get to the bottom of things. They also acknowledged the urgency of the removal of the shipment from its current location…’
Dozens of Teenagers Daring Feds to Arrest Them
They are now tweeting bomb jokes to American Airlines
This trend was triggered by ‘Sarah’ who first tweeted to American Airlines and got arrested
‘…you’d think that would warn off other pranksters — but the opposite has actually been true. In fact, at least a dozen other people have threatened American or, oddly, Southwest, an unrelated airline, under the guise of a “prank” or “joke.”…’
The Ultimate Insult to the Homeless
If this heiress can own mansions just for display, she could definitely produce jobs for the homeless
Inside Reclusive Heiress’ Never-Occupied Mansion
‘…The long-divorced heiress told her friends and employees that she intended it as a place that they all could go if New York City were threatened by nuclear attack.
‘Huguette (pronounced “oo-GET”) Marcelle Clark was the youngest child of U.S. Sen. William Andrews Clark (1839-1925), one of the copper kings of Montana, a railroad builder, founder of Las Vegas, and one of the richest men of the Gilded Age. Huguette, born in Paris in 1906, died in 2011 at age 104, just two weeks short of her 105th birthday. The shy painter and doll collector had lived the last 20 years of her life in a series of simple hospital rooms in New York while her homes in Connecticut, California and New York were unoccupied…’
You Can Bid on Vacant Detroit Homes for Just $1K
‘City officials launched a new website Monday designed for auctioning city-owned houses to bidders who want to fix up and reoccupy them under the city’s new neighborhood rebuilding initiative.
‘Fifteen homes are now on the buildingdetroit.org website for sale. Beginning May 5, the city will auction one home per day. The city will start with 12 homes in the East English Village neighborhood…’
Measles Outbreak Traced to Vaccinated Patient for 1st Time
‘Get the measles vaccine, and you won’t get the measles—or give it to anyone else. Right? Well, not always. A person fully vaccinated against measles has contracted the disease and passed it on to others. The startling case study contradicts received wisdom about the vaccine and suggests that a recent swell of measles outbreaks in developed nations could mean more illnesses even among the vaccinated…’