Bergen County prosecutors say that Kevin Carter, a priest at St Margaret of Cortona Roman Catholic Church in Little Ferry, asked to see the boy in private on 13 September. Carter is a New York Giants fan and was unhappy the boy was supporting their divisional rivals, the Cowboys, later that day. He is said to have told the boy to stand against a wall before pointing a Civil War style musket at him. “As he raised his weapon and pointed it at the boy, he said, ‘I’m going to shoot you,’” Bergen County prosecutor John Molinelli told NBC 4 New York on Friday.
Not that we have a gun problem in this country or anything.
Actually, that's a lie. Truth be told, I hope you find yourself lost in some northern woods, at night, and are set upon by a pack of hungary, rabid wolverines. Hungry, rabid wolverines who are content to see you bleed out over the course of many, many hours before consuming you.
Really, that's what I hope.
You tell me that I will be without home telecommunications (telephone, television, and internet) for three days because you don't have enough technicians to cover the service area. As I know from personal experience that this has been an issue for some years I can only assume you haven't hired more technitions because Verizon CEO Lowell C. McAdam needs the money for a new Gulfstream jet, perhaps one devoted to sending bags of cash to members of Congress and FCC commissioners. Or is it the grandest yacht of them all he covets?
At any rate, I sincerely hope Verizon Communications is soon reduced to rubble.
It looks to me like she also has a huge spray of flowers mixed in with the foam. Why would that be? Plus the article states she's waiting in an emergency room (in Eastern Europe) but the can clearly shows this is a water-soluble product.
Did she try washing it out first??
To be fair, I once put some green Prell shampoo on my toothbrush thinking it was toothpaste. Yuck!
Trump released some details of his tax plan the other day and I found this the most interesting:
Individuals who are single and earn less than $25,000 per year will not owe any federal income taxes, along with married couples who jointly earn less than $50,000 per year. Trump estimates that this will help 75 million households. But there is one catch: These workers will still need to send a one-page form to the IRS stating: "I win." [emphasis added]