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WalMart Shooting, Suspect Identified in Shooting of Wisconsin Woman

A shooting occurred at a busy retail store in Wisconsin. The suspect is in custody and a victim is in critical condition. Justin Boyd, a 46-year-old, female cashier, reportedly walked into a Walmart, located in Neenah, and shot another female employee in the torso. The incident occurred at approximately 11 a.m. The victim was then rushed to Theda Clark Medical …

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Famke Janssen’s Apartment Burgled

Have we seen this feature film before? Famed movie starlet, Famke Janssen, alone in her home, fearful after something bizarre has happened to her? Well, unfortunately, it’s a creepy reality, yet again, for the 47-year-old, Dutch actress. Most recently, Janssen reportedly told police that just this past weekend, she came home to her New York City penthouse to find a …

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UPS Plane Crashes On Approach in Alabama

A United Postal Service cargo plane crashed early this morning in Birmingham, Alabama. It then exploded, split into parts, and now two people are dead. Kathleen Bergen, a spokeswoman from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said officials are still gathering details. “The accident occurred about 6 a.m., as U.P.S. Flight 1354, which was en route from Louisville, Ky., made its …

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Tim Armstrong Apologizes For Firing Lenz

A public figure runs a media company. An employee of that media company recorded some words, then took a picture of this public figure. This employee is now fired and tensions are high at America Online. If you didn’t already know it, Tim Armstrong is the CEO of AOL.  He founded an Internet media platform in 2007 called “Patch” along …

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“House of Cards” Use of Soliloquy

Translated from Latin phrase as “talking to oneself,” soliloquy is a storytelling device that’s been around for centuries. Ever see a character talk directly to an audience when the other actors don’t pay attention? Well, that’s kind of what soliloquy does. It’s a way for a character to explain thoughts or feelings without letting others know what is going on, …

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Breaking Hal: The 2 Best In-Car Freakouts in TV History?

Freak outs are fun to watch. Anyone who’s been by a television can tell you that. Reality shows, television series and even commercials are all simply “peppered” with them. By why do we like to watch? Why is it so awesome to watch another human being completely lose their mind? Actor, Bryan Cranston, is a perfect example of why, in …

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Breaking Bad: A Look Inside “Blood Money” Episode 509

If you’ve lived in a cave for the past few years, you might not know the story of “Breaking Bad.” Entering into its final season, the story reaches an apex with Episode 509 entitled “Blood Money.” The story centers on Bryan Cranston’s character “Walter White.” He is a much beloved high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Concerned …

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Breaking Bad: The Making of “Blood Money” Episode 509

“Blood Money” is the root of it all in “Breaking Bad” Episode 509. But what’s really behind the “Heisenberg Principle?” Peter Gould, one of the show’s co-executive producers, says much of the “Breaking Bad” storyline comes to fruition with Episode 509. He says the characters “Walter” and “Hank” finally square off in a very pivotal scene. “It’s violent physically and …

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The “BREAKING BAD” House: Who Really LIVES There?

AMC’s “Breaking Bad” is in its final season. Many are left with questions. Not about chemistry teacher turned drug dealer, Walter White either. Some want to know about the house where much of the storyline occurred. Who actually lives there in the “White House?” Well, it seems one Albuquerque resident, “Fran,” says she’s owned the house since the early 1970s. …

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Netflix Update: Fixed Android 4.3 Problems

If you have anything to do with Nexus HD or Android 4.3  or others systems or devices of the like, you might want to read this. According to one report, an annoying little bug problem appears fixed because Netflix has an update for it now. “You might have noticed that the newest version of Android was having troubles at times …

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Amazon Releases First Round of “Notable” Videos

A story about a man and his jellyfish. Small town ruin and survival. Post-apocalyptic future. These are just a few scenarios from Amazon’s new collection of video releases Amazon announced the release of some concept videos; a way to illustrate new movie ideas and get people excited about potentially upcoming films. Although not all of the current videos will become …

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Shark on a TRAIN! New York Subway Shark had Nude IPhone Pics

A body dead on a New York subway. A mystery abounds. Move over “Law and Order,” because this “dead meat” goes great with mushrooms. A dead shark found on a New York City subway left many city riders asking questions. One rider said she was simply shocked. “It smelled extremely fishy,” Isvett Verde said. “I mean, I thought I’d seen …

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