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...himself. No audio, but disgusting, gross, and off-putting for that next pizza call.
Dreams do come true! From SBSUN:
Sherman Oaks teen Jake Davidson got turned down for his high school prom by Kate Upton, but he's getting a pretty nice consolation prize: Danish supermodel Nina Agdal is attending the dance with him tonight.
Agdal was the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition's 2012 Rookie of the Year, and might be even better known as the tanned, bikini-clad girl on the beach in Carl's Jr. ads.
Davidson, who attends Milken Community High School in Bel-Air, had produced a YouTube video earlier this year asking Upton to his prom that has now tallied 2.6 million views. Upton was charmed by the proposal and thought about it, before saying her schedule wouldn't allow her attendance.
...who pulls it and why. From SLATE:
Earlier this week, Slate’s "Dear Prudence," Emily Yoffe, featured a letter from a young attorney who was seething with resentment because many co-workers in her law firm regularly left the office early. Their explanation? They had children and needed to tend to them. “These co-workers often acknowledge that they're being unfair,” the attorney writes, “but state that ‘when’ I have kids I'll get to leave early, too.”
I get annoyed when the kid card is played. As a working parent who for years struggled to juggle my professional obligations with my parental ones, I’ve paid baby sitters to stay late (and forgone other things to do that), used vacation time to attend grade-school graduations, and traded off early departures with other co-workers (not all of them parents) so my husband and I could go to awards ceremonies, etc.
Of course, as Prudie’s answer noted, parents may well return to work via their laptops after dinner is over and the kids are tucked in. Still, I empathize with the young attorney who regularly looks up to see them leaving because “I have kids.”
Do you live near a dirty beach? You might. From KTLA:
A Southern California beach with dirty history is getting a fresh do over.
San Clemente’s Poche Beach was once filled with bird poop, trash, and germ infested water.
"This place gets a nickname. It’s called the polio pond," San Clemente city engineer Tom Bonigut said.
Edison employees make Star Trek spoof inside nuclear power plant. The cost? $800
From LA TIMES:
Southern California Edison managers dressed as "Star Trek" characters shot a spoof video at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
The video, obtained and aired by KGTV news in San Diego, was shot in the plant's training simulator in 2010, before the discovery of equipment issues that have shuttered the facility for more than a year and left its future in doubt.
The company told KGTV that the video was shot for an employee recognition event on a budget of $800, but was never completed.
Apparently, creating a special hamburger to honor Charles Ramsey was just the beginning.
Now, the hero in the rescue of four kidnap victims held captive on
More than a dozen
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Two men, who we believe from early reports to have been carrying weapons, were shot by police. They were taken to separate
Read more at Live Leak
*SCROLL TO 2:25 TO HEAR WHERE IT TOOK 'ARMED POLICE' 20 MINUTES TO SHOW UP*
Here's a video of the suspect.
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