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Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on April 24, 2015
A woman accused of killing her cat by blowing heroin smoke in its face denied the allegations to police, according to a report released Thursday.
Twenty-one-year-old Danielle Blankenship told Boulder Police she would never hurt the cat and did not smoke heroin.
Her ex-boyfriend made the allegations to Boulder Police Tuesday. He also claimed Blankenship hit him.
When officers arrived at his apartment to investigate a domestic violence complaint, they noticed the male cat, Muffin, at the bottom of the stairs.
“It was breathing, but not moving,” Boulder Animal Control Supervisor Janeé Boswell said. “At that point, I picked the cat up to see if it would walk. It took about a step and it went limp and it tumbled over.”
Boswell says she went outside to get a carrier to take the cat to the veterinarian.
She said when she returned, “One of the police officers advised me that the boyfriend had made the statement that the girlfriend blew heroin smoke in the cat’s face.”
A Florida traffic court judge was busted after a man told police that she used her cell phone to take pictures of him standing at a courthouse urinal, authorities said.
Rhonda Hollander, 47, was arrested last week after her kooky candid camera shots inside the men’s room at the West Regional Courthouse, according to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office.
A report of the encounter says Willie Jackson Jr. was “getting ready to urinate” when Hollander appeared at the adjoining urinal and began snapping away.
She then took photos of another man entering the restroom before she bolted, ducking inside another judge’s chambers. Police were summoned and quickly located Hollander, who admitted taking the pictures.
But the judge refused to surrender her cell phone, insisting “it was a public restroom and that she was not breaking any kind of laws,” the report said.
It has come to light that the operator of the Genkai nuclear power plant had requested its staff and affiliates to send e-mails supporting the restart of the reactors to a meeting to explain the government’s safety measures.
On June 26th, the government held a meeting in Saga City to answer questions from residents in preparation for the resumption of the operation of the nuclear reactors.
The meeting was shown live by a cable TV station and via the Internet, and viewers were invited to send in their opinions by e-mail or fax.
On Wednesday, Kyushu Electric Power Company President Toshio Manabe revealed that 4 days before the meeting, its head office instructed some company members and 4 affiliated firms to send in e-mails expressing support for restarting the reactors.
Keep reblogging stuff for around a week. Don’t reblog her every day or use a single pattern. Try something like this:
Day 1: 2 likes, 1 reblog
Day 2 : 2 likes
Day 3: 2 reblogs
Day 4: Nothing because you have a fucking life
Day 5: 2 reblogs
You get the point.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on July 8, 2011
Born in Los Angeles, Jittlov became a math-language major at UCLA. Jittlov took an animation course to satisfy his art requirement. He made a super-8 film, The Leap, enlarged to 16mm to participate in film festivals in the early 70s. Jittlov entered a 16mm film made for his UCLA class, Good Grief, into Academy Awards competition. That short made it to the professional finals for nomination, the first of several of his short films to do so. Afterwards, Jittlov bought his own 16mm movie camera, designed his own multiplane animation system for $200, and began his career.
Some of his other original film shorts, including The Interview, Swing Shift, Animato, and Time Tripper (released separately and as a collection called Animato) won many top awards and repeat film festival screenings, bringing him to the attention of The Walt Disney Studio. In 1978, Jittlov co-starred on Disney’s two-hour TV extravaganza, Mickey’s 50th, with the short film Mouse Mania, creating and animating the first stop-motion Mickey Mouse, along with 1,000 other Disney toys marching around a psychiatrist’s office. The short is now featured on the Disney DVD Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two. Since Disney did not allow usually individual creators to receive credit on their television productions (preferring a generic thanks to “the many Disney animators who made this possible”) Mike put his and partner Deven Cheregino’s name on the toys in the final production number, where they couldn’t be edited out. In late 1979, he co-starred again on Disney’s Major Effects television special – this time introducing the world to the 500 mph Green “Wizard of Speed and Time” via the short film version. With an improved soundtrack, the short was released to 16mm film collectors in 1980, along with four of his other short films.
Jittlov is best known for his feature movie The Wizard of Speed and Time, which he directed and starred in. The movie did poorly in theatres but has established a cult following since its release on videotape and laserdisk.
Check out his official site for more info: wizworld.com
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