Is sex the answer to the violence problem in Chicago? Well one woman sure seems to think so. She is launching an online petition for a sex strike in the hopes that if women don't put out, the men will put down their guns. This all started because of the murder of a 9-year-old boy and a 20-year-old woman.
First she says there's obviously something wrong with him, so they should sell him to a pet store for $1. Then she ups it to $54 so they can buy him back when he goes on sale, and use the profits to buy a toy owl.
Last week, a terminally ill Star Wars fan named Daniel Fleetwood was granted his dying wish of seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens early, ahead of its December release. This was made possible after a social media campaign, #ForceForDaniel, that was even supported by some of the Star Wars cast. Well, just days later, he passed away at the age of 32 after a long battle with cancer.
For some reason, former Jeopardy! contestant Ken Jennings made a joke about it on Twitter when he tweeted the following:
On the show this morning, we played back the interview we did with actor and director Colin Hanks about his new documentary, All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records. We had a great time talking to Colin about the documentary (which is fantastic, by the way), his relationship with his father (Tom Hanks) and his current work on the CBS show Life in Pieces and past work on Dexter.
Dressing up as a clown is already a pretty low form of employment.
Think about it -- it requires zero skill aside from making the occasional balloon animal or two. But this guy, known as Wrinkles the Clown from Fort Myers, Fla., isn't your average clown. He's a creepy clown. His goal is to mix things up a bit in the clown world by being spooky and scary.
When you're a kid, you do dumb things. It happens to everyone. It's because when you're a kid, your brain is still a little soft and you're not capable of thinking things through completely before acting. That's exactly what happened with this 14-year-old from Virginia.
His shirt shows a pair of boots, a helmet and a gun, with the words "Standing for those who stood for us." Now obviously, this is a representation of his patriotism, but the school didn't see it that way.
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