"It looked like a scene from another time, women in C19th prairie dresses inside a hundred-year-old courthouse," narrated ABC's Neal Karlinsky (embargoed link) as the custody case of the 416 children taken from the Yearning for Zion ranch continued in San Angelo Tex. Of the 416, an investigator from Child Protective Services estimated that "over 20" had been born to mothers who were underage girls when they became pregnant. Both ABC's Karlinsky and CBS' Hari Sreenivasan called that "damaging testimony."
On NBC, Pete Williams summed up the "big issue" facing the judge: "Is it fair to take away all 416 children if only a small fraction was abused?" He cited evidence from a child psychiatrist who found "the parents to be loving and supportive" raising "delightful little kids." An expert on the fundamentalist Mormon sect generalized that "underage marriage is rare and that the adult men are not all polygamists." As for the original 911 telephone call that sparked the raid, CBS' Sreenivasan reported that a 33-year-old woman in Colorado is being interviewed by Texas Rangers. Sreenivasan reported that the sect's lawyers believe the call, purportedly from a pregnant teenager being beaten by her polygamous 50-year-old husband, was a fabrication.
A former member of the FLDS sect named Flora Jessop--she "escaped" from the church 22 years ago, according to CBS' Kelly Wallace--offered her hostile recollections of the "secretive world of harsh rules, unsettling relationships and allegations of abuse," as Wallace characterized them. Jessop said that the sect has no female converts; instead all the women are born into it. She asserted that "the majority of marriages" involve teenage brides, arranged by the church's prophet when the girls are 14 to 16. Women's clothes are in a narrow palette of "jewel" colors, symbolizing the wives' status as "jewels in their husband's crown." The wives never cut their hair, since it must be used for washing the husband's feet. The slogan to live by is Keep Sweet, Jessop explained: "Submit in all things…you must smile and accept your punishment because that is how God accepts you."
We're in Kentucky- This is the third time in less than a month that our back yard (we are in town with houses quite close) This afoonretn I estimated there were between 20-40 flying around. As of right now-they haven't attracted birds, but two weeks ago they were all over the dragonflies. We don't have water feature except a bird bath, but have a very prolific vegetable garden/fruit trees, etc. I can't see them over other houses, so suppose the bugs are what is attracting them (we've had a wet year and my grass needs to be mowed and I had two dogs yard is privacy fenced). Thought I may try someone at U. Kentucky as we had an albino robin which piqued their interest a couple of years ago.
Two months in one election does’nt prove anything.Obama is going to get more press just because of who he is.If you really want to know whether there is a liberal bias you would have to go back over many elections since previous to this election all candidates were European males with nothing differnt or historic about any of them to warrant more articles about either one.Now if you found a pattern of favoritism for one party over the other let’s say in the last 3 months of many elections then maybe you would have something.However there is another point which has been overlooked and that is the bias of certain networks/newspapers. I think we can agree that certain networks lean more one way than the other but how many stories do they print because that can skew the results
We’re in Kentucky- This is the third time in less than a month that our back yard (we are in town with houses quite close)… This afternoon I estimated there were between 20-40 flying around. As of right now-they haven’t attracted birds, but two weeks ago they were all over the dragonflies. We don’t have water feature except a bird bath, but have a very prolific vegetable garden/fruit trees, etc. I can’t see them over other houses, so suppose the bugs are what is attracting them (we’ve had a wet year and my grass needs to be mowed and I had two dogs – yard is privacy fenced). Thought I may try someone at U. Kentucky as we had an “albino” robin which piqued their interest a couple of years ago.
I hadn’t heard about the Hercules beetle! Seems like one always gets away at these events. Maybe they decide that they just can’t take being handled anymore and yell, “I’m outta here suckas” (in Hercules beetle of course, so we wouldn’t understand) and fly off. :) (Okay, okay, so I like to anthropomorphize my insects. Bad habit, but it’s so entertaining!) Gad you liked the festival – and good to meet you too!
It’s also not necessarily a liberal bias based on the fact that Obama’s story just seems to be more interesting to people. Thus, more coverage. For instance, if the republican candidate was as flashy and as interesting to people I think they would focus more on that candidate. It doesn’t appear to be about politics. I would liken the media coverage on Obama more akin to an E Entertainment Spotlight report rather than an actual political bias. Either way it’s lame.
Trading gaps is a USELESS strategy. Gaps can close in a day, week, month, year, decade, century or never, regardless of how they formed in terms of vol. Waiting on them to fill is very dangerous. If this recent strong move up was instead down you will not be trying to point out all this gaps and saying the market is bullish. You will be praising your analysis. I know if the market starts dropping now with low volume and gaps you will start rationalizing why the gaps don’t have to fill. Be real!
Good call on stock mkt short. Bad call on oil. Oil is down 4.4% today. More than any stock index. Not a good trade for anyone who took your advice thus far. Are you still suggesting to buy oil? If so, why? Would you now suggest close that position? Curious on your reasoning as i’m on the other side of that trade and don’t see any reason how market can test March low and oil be higher than what it was yesterday (85).
he should just skew the image on photoshop and then scale it. he achieved the same effect manually, which is difficult, but i really don’t get the appeal. like, it would be amazing if someone spun their own cloth, but machines can do that too, and they can be using their time for something more amazing. kna mean?
10 dislikes= justin beever fans73 likes= julian beever funsthe rest of the viewers= who the fuck is justin beever!? this guy is amezing but i’m to lazy to like and favorite
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