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  1. https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/ny-crime-florida-drunk-bicycle-sex-police-car-squad-car-cruiser-20190916-sytuaedazbeqxfa7eyonynzf6a-story.html Florida couple has sex in police cruiser after being busted for drunk driving on bicycles By BRIAN NIEMIETZ NEW YORK DAILY NEWS SEP 16, 2019 | 6:17 PM Megan Mondanaro and Aaron Thomas A Florida couple had a kinky date night that included drinking, riding bicycles in the dark, then having sex in the back of a police cruiser, according to a Nassau County Sheriff’s Office report obtained by the Smoking Gun. Cops claim Aaron Thomas, 31, and Megan Mondanaro, 35, were pedaling south on South Fletcher Lane with no lights on their bikes when they were nearly run over by a car that didn’t see them. When officers pulled over the pair, he reportedly smelled booze on both of their breath. Noting Mondanaro’s slurred speech and blood-shot eyes, cops informed the cyclist they would be conducting a sobriety test. When Mondanaro declined to participate, she was arrested for DUI. Cops also arrested Thomas and put the two of them into the back of a police cruiser. Then things got weird. “While I was outside of my patrol vehicle, Megan and Aaron took their clothes off and started to have sex,” Officer Mark Hunter wrote in his report. “When I opened the door to stop them, Aaron was naked and Megan had her pants down where her vaginal area was visible.” Hunter also reported Mondanaro’s bra had been partially removed and her breasts were visible. When officers opened the door, Thomas reportedly tried to run away and Mondanaro “became violent and started kicking.” She was taken to a hospital for a medical evaluation, then arrested. Once in custody, Mondanaro blew a .066 on a breathalyzer. Thomas’ blood-alcohol level is not noted in the report. Both are accused of engaging in lascivious acts and resisting arrest. Nassau County Sheriff’s Office has not replied to a request for comment.
  2. https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/ny-female-school-shooter-arrested-pittsburgh-for-fun-20190916-huiwt64jcnhv7mrycxxa5crobq-story.html Would-be female school shooter arrested for threatening to gun down 400 people By BRIAN NIEMIETZ NEW YORK DAILY NEWS SEP 16, 2019 | 12:41 PM Alexis Wilson (Pittsburg County Jail) Oklahoma police arrested an 18-year-old woman who’d allegedly purchased an assault rifle and told a co-worker she intended to gun down 400 people at her former school. Pizza parlor employee Alexis Wilson, 18, of Tulsa, showed a colleague video of her firing an AR-15 in a rifle range and told that co-worker she was planning to shoot current pupils at McAlester High School, according to ABC News station KTUL. An anonymous tipster alerted cops to the incident. According to the report, Wilson recently purchased an AK-47, which they found in her home along with a 12-gauge shotgun and ammunition for both. There was no mention on an AR-15, which is a gun frequently used in mass shootings, including the 2018 slaughter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Wilson denied telling her colleague she was going to shoot up a school and claimed that she’d shared still photos with that person — not video — of her using an assault rifle. Wilson reportedly told police she was trying to explain to her colleague that not at all gun owners are bad people and isn’t sure why that may have been interpreted otherwise. Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris told McAlester News an 18-year-old suspect was in custody for making terroristic threats and that police had reviewed footage of Wilson firing a weapon. "We’d seen video of her shooting guns,” Morris said. “She showed video to her friends and told them she had recently purchased a gun and told her friends she was going to shoot up the school.” Wilson was a student at McAlester before leaving in the ninth grade, according to reports. She told police she’d attempted to enroll again, but was not not allowed to due “to previous incidents.” ABC reports that while enrolled, Wilson had been suspended for bring a knife to school and having swastikas on her belongings. She allegedly told police she used to be “borderline homicidal to the people of McAlester school because she was bullied,” but no longer felt that way. Sheriff Morris said the threat was “something we take very, very serious” and that police acted quickly to apprehend Wilson. The Pittsburg County Sheriff’s office has not returned a call for comment. Wilson is said to be in police custody. “Way to keep these kiddos safe with your quick response and thorough investigations. I am proud to have you as Deputies, you represent Pittsburg County very well!!!!!!” Morris wrote to the arresting officers on Facebook.
  3. I was wondering why #BoycottWalmart is trending on Twitter today. Walmart to stop selling certain gun ammunition By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart says it will discontinue the sale of handgun and short-barrel rifle ammunition and also publicly request that customers refrain from openly carrying firearms in stores even where state laws allow it. The announcement comes just days after a mass shooting claimed seven lives in Odessa, Texas and follows two other back-to-back shootings last month, one of them at a Walmart store. The Bentonville, Arkansas-based discounter said Tuesday it will stop handgun ammunition as well as short-barrel rifle ammunition, such as the .223 caliber and 5.56 caliber used in military style weapons, after it runs out of its current inventory. It will also discontinue handgun sales in Alaska. Walmart stopped selling handguns in the mid-1990s, with the exception of Alaska. The latest move marks its complete exit from that business and allows it to focus on hunting rifles and related ammunition only. “We have a long heritage as a company of serving responsible hunters and sportsmen and women, and we’re going to continue doing so,” according to a memo by Walmart’s CEO Doug McMillon to be circulated to employees Tuesday afternoon. The retailer is further requesting that customers refrain from openly carrying firearms at its Walmart and Sam’s Club stores unless they are law enforcement officers. However, it said that it won’t be changing its policy for customers who have permits for concealed carry. Walmart says it will be adding signage in stores to inform customers of those changes. Last month, a gunman entered a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas and killed 22 people using an AK-style firearm that Walmart already bans the sale of. Texas became an open carry state in 2016, allowing people to openly carry firearms in public. Walmart’s moves will reduce its market share of ammunition from around 20% to a range of about 6% to 9%, according to Tuesday’s memo. About half of its more than 4,750 U.S. stores sell firearms. The nation’s largest retailer has been facing increasing pressure to change its gun policies by gun control activists, employees and politicians after the El Paso shooting and a second unrelated shooting in Dayton, Ohio that killed nine people . A few days before that, two Walmart workers were killed by another worker at a store in Southaven, Mississippi. In the aftermath of the El Paso shooting, Walmart ordered workers to remove video game signs and displays that depict violence from stores nationwide. But that fell well short of demands for the retailer to stop selling firearms entirely. Critics have also wanted Walmart to stop supporting politicians backed by the National Rifle Association. At least one gun control activist group applauded Walmart’s moves. “Walmart deserves enormous credit for joining the strong and growing majority of Americans who know that we have too many guns in our country and they are too easy to get,” said Igor Volsky, Executive Director and Founder of Guns Down America in a statement. “That work doesn’t end with Walmart’s decision today. As Congress comes back to consider gun violence, Walmart should make it clear that it stands with Americans who are demanding real change.” The retailer has long found itself in an awkward spot with its customers and gun enthusiasts. Many of its stores are located in rural areas where hunters are depend on Walmart to get their equipment. Walmart is trying to walk a fine line by trying to embrace its hunting heritage while being a more responsible retailer. With its new policy on “open carry,” McMillon noted in his memo that individuals have tried to make a statement by carrying weapons into its stores just to frighten workers and customers. But there are well-intentioned customers acting lawfully who have also inadvertently caused a store to be evacuated and local law enforcement to be called to respond. He says Walmart will continue to treat “law-abiding customers with respect” and it will have a “non-confrontational approach.” Walmart says it hopes to help other retailers by sharing its best practices like software that it uses for background checks. And the company, which in 2015 stopped selling assault rifles like the AR-rifles used in several mass shootings, urged more debate on the reauthorization of the assault weapons ban while also calling for the government to strengthen background checks. McMillon says Walmart will send letters to the White House and the Congressional leadership that calls for action on these “common sense” measures. “In a complex situation lacking a simple solution, we are trying to take constructive steps to reduce the risk that events like these will happen again,” McMillon wrote in his memo. “The status quo is unacceptable.” Over the last 15 years, Walmart had expanded beyond its hunting and fishing roots, carrying items like assault rifles in response to increasing demand. But particularly since 2015, often coinciding with major public mass shootings, the company has made moves to curb the sale of ammunition and guns. Walmart announced in February 2018 that it would no longer sell firearms and ammunition to people younger than 21 and also removed items resembling assault-style rifles from its website. Those moves were prompted by the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people. In 2015, Walmart stopped selling semi-automatic weapons like the AR-15 style rifle, the type used in the Dayton shooting. The retailer also doesn’t sell large-capacity magazines, handguns (except in Alaska) or bump stocks, nor the AK-style firearm that was used by the El Paso shooter.
  4. at the mugshot pic Utah woman impersonates 21-year-old daughter to try to evade arrest By NELSON OLIVEIRA NEW YORK DAILY NEWS SEP 02, 2019 | 3:01 PM Heather Garcia was busted early Saturday morning in Farmington. (Davis County Sheriff's Office) And the award for worst impersonation of the year goes to… A 38-year-old Utah woman is accused of impersonating her daughter, who’s 17 years younger, to try to avoid new criminal charges during a traffic stop over the weekend. Heather Garcia was busted early Saturday morning in Farmington, a city just north of Salt Lake City, driving without a valid license or a license plate and carrying drugs in her car, according to the Davis County Sheriff’s Office. In court records obtained by CBS affiliate KUTV, police said she told cops her name was Mercedes and she was born in 1998. It didn’t take long for police to learn through a check of her records that Garcia had given them her daughter’s name and age, according to the report. Authorities said the mother, who had active warrants for her arrest, also had a white powdery substance and drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. Garcia was charged with providing false personal information to an officer, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended or revoked license and other offenses.
  5. I didn’t know about these till this was in the news. Now I want them all!
  6. It’s not getting a ton of press coverage in the U.S. because “only” 5 people died. And some stupid college football game in Texas today is getting much much more tweets than this Texas shooting.
  7. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-sex-idUSKCN1VJ2C3 No 'gay gene', but study finds genetic links to sexual behavior Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - A large scientific study into the biological basis of sexual behavior has confirmed there is no single “gay gene” but that a complex mix of genetics and environment affects whether a person has same-sex sexual partners. The research, which analyzed data on DNA and sexual experiences from almost half a million people, found there are thousands of genetic variants linked to same-sex sexual behavior, most with very small effects. Five of the genetic markers were “significantly” associated with same-sex behavior, the researchers said, but even these are far from being predictive of a person’s sexual preferences. “We scanned the entire human genome and found a handful - five to be precise - of locations that are clearly associated with whether a person reports in engaging in same-sex sexual behavior,” said Andrea Ganna, a biologist at the Institute of Molecular Medicine in Finland who co-led the research. He said these have “a very small effect” and, combined, explain “considerably less than 1% of the variance in the self-reported same-sex sexual behavior.” This means that non-genetic factors - such as environment, upbringing, personality, nurture - are far more significant in influencing a person’s choice of sexual partner, just as with most other personality, behavioral and physical human traits, the researchers said. The study - the largest of its kind - analyzed survey responses and performed analyses known as genome-wide association studies (GWAS) on data from more than 470,000 people who had given DNA samples and lifestyle information to the UK Biobank and to the U.S. genetics testing company 23andMeInc. Asked why they had wanted to conduct such research, the team told reporters on a teleconference that previous studies on this topic had mostly been too small to offer robust conclusions. “Previous studies were small and underpowered,” Ganna said. “So we decided to form a large international consortium and collected data for (almost) 500,000 people, (which) is approximately 100 times bigger than previous studies on this topic.” The results, published in the journal Science on Thursday, found no clear patterns among genetic variants that could be used to meaningfully predict or identify a person’s sexual behavior, the researchers said. “We’ve clarified that there’s a lot of diversity out there,” said Benjamin Neale, a member at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard who worked with Ganna. “This moves our understanding (of same-sex sex) to a deeper and more nuanced place.” Sexual rights campaigners welcomed the study, saying it “provides even more evidence that being gay or lesbian is a natural part of human life”. “This new research also re-confirms the long established understanding that there is no conclusive degree to which nature or nurture influence how a gay or lesbian person behaves,” said Zeke Stokes of the U.S.-based LGBTQ rights group, GLAAD. Additional reporting by Will Dunham in Washington, editing by Gareth Jones
  8. NEW: Watch how President Trump responds to a question about climate change. “I think I know more about the environment than most people." “I’m an environmentalist. A lot of people don’t understand that. I’ve done more environmental impact statements...than anybody that’s ever been president or vice president or anything even close to president.” “I feel that the United States has tremendous wealth, the wealth is under its feet. I’ve made that wealth come alive. I’m not gonna lose that wealth on dreams, on windmills, which frankly aren’t working too well.” Http://yhoo.it/2PdARER
  9. I watch/read a lot of news in the U.S. It has barely been mentioned anywhere here so far. I have to go on social media to read about it and get news links from outside the U.S.
  10. If they were drenched in sweat when they left and weren’t cleaned when reworn they will stink by then! At my gym some people leave their clothes for days in their lockers and I see staff spraying Febreze into those lockers because of the strong odors.
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