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Ohio Rodeio over!

Two days ago, a Man Let all of the Wild Animals he owned loose, and commitied Seuaside, after learning he would go back to prison.
Several different speases of animals where let loose on October 18Th, 2011.
Several Indangered Bangle Tigers, Wolfs, Monkies, Bears, and many others where let loose into the small town in Ohio, called Zanesville.
These animals all lived on a Animal Farm wich was owned by Terri Tomson.
Terri had a few brush throughs with the Law, and learned he was gonna go back to Prison for some previous crimes he commitied.
One of the remaining 3 wich are now confermed dead, where a Mountain Lion, a Monky with Harppies Type B, and a Grizzley Bear.
They have been confermed dead Yesterday on the 19TH of October.
A List of the animals inclued the following.
Grizzly bears, black bears, mountain lions, tigers, camels, cheetahs, leopards, monkeys and wolves.
Many people are now crying out in sadness and anger towards the local Law Enforcement, who said their was no way to keep them alive, and try rounding them up with Trankralizer darts.
Many are even discraced at their actions for the reason of the Bangle Tigers being killed. The Bangle Tigers, wich is Indangered, is a symble of the Ohio Cincinnatie Bangles. A Football team, that is greatly praised around the Bangle Tiger, due to the animal is their Mascot.
Their will be further infomation as we continue through the week, and progress to the weekend.
~Lincoln Ritchhart

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Michelle Obama Attempts To Make The Guinness Book Of World Records!

  Our well known, and respected first lady (Michelle Obama) is doing something most people usually wouldn’t do. Michelle Obama has said that she plans to break the world record for the most people doing jumping jacks in 24-hours. Michelle Obama already has a team of hundreds of local children ready and willing to break this record. Everyone who is participating in this event is required to do one minute of jumping jacks, in order to break this record. Michelle Obama and the hundreds of children will be doing their part on the south lawn of the White House. 

 

  An official from the Guinness Book Of World Records will signal the beginning of this 24-hour challenge. To break this world record more than 20,425 people world wide are needed to do jumping jacks for one minute to break this world record. Not many first ladies get to go down in history for doing more than just being the first lady of America. It is a great opportunity, and Michelle Obama is grabbing a hold of it with both hands!!!

 

 

latest gossip on Celebritys

Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Jessica Biel and David Beckham will help honour a select group of American children for their contributions to society next month (Nov11).

The celebrities will help pay tribute to teenagers who are trying to fix social problems at the Teen Nick Helping And Leading Others (Halo) Awards, which will air on Nickelodeon on 4 November (11), according to the Associated Press.

Bad Romance hitmaker Gaga is to applaud Emily-Anne Rigal for creating anti-bullying website and YouTube.com channel WeStopHate and heap praise upon her “strong convictions and a beautiful soul.”

Love Story singer Swift will thank James O’Dwyer of Alabama for spearheading disaster relief support in the area following the devastating tornadoes earlier this year (11), actress Biel will recognise Shanoah Washington for founding mentor program Sista2Sista, and sports ace Beckham will applaud Kyle Weiss for starting FundAField, which raises funds to build soccer fields for children in Africa.

John Lennon’s personal sketches and other Beatles memorabilia are set to go under the hammer at an auction in Argentina later this month (Oc11).

The collection, which contains over 120 Fab Four items, features black-and-white photos, an autographed Paul MCCartney bass guitar, and even signed cheques.

A highly sought-after original drawing by Lennon, which showcases stick figures of the late singer and his wife Yoko Ono, along with a scribbled message that reads “1+1=John+Yoko. ‘Tis simple math guys,” is expected to fetch upwards of $22,535 (Gbp14,084).

Collector Paul Blisniuk, tells Reuters, “My passion for The Beatles comes from childhood… I grew up with Beatlemania and I’m a Beatles fanatic… I came from a poor family so my dad couldn’t afford the records, but over time, I started saving newspaper clippings, magazines, and my collection grew.

The auction will begin on 13 October (11).

 

Movies to come in 2011

  Are You bored out of your mind because you seen all the good movies this year. Well dont be bored their are very good movies coming soon like  Twighlight breaking dawn, contagion, the Rum diary, Paranormal activity 3, The drive. The ideas of march,Moneyball Real steal, Green with envy,  and 50/50. so before you get all worked up about being bored out of your mind dont be because their more action, adventure drama and suspince coming your way so stay tuned and save your money because these movies are coming in fall.

Steve Jobs has died

Steve Jobs, who as Apple’s founder and twice CEO revolutionized the use of computers, phones, and music players before popularizing digital tablets, died today after a seven year battle with pancreatic cancer and related ailments. He was 56.

Job’s family sent out statements regarding his death and his life. As well as the Apples Board of Directors.

Many people reacted to this in an honoring manor of Steve’s life.

  • Barack Obama: “Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve.”
  • Bill Gates: “The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come. For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it’s been an insanely great honor.”
  • Tim Cook, email to Apple employees: “Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple.”

    “No words can adequately express our sadness at Steve’s death or our gratitude for the opportunity to work with him. We will honor his memory by dedicating ourselves to continuing the work he loved so much.”

  • Jerry Brown: “Steve Jobs was a great California innovator who demonstrated what a totally independent and creative mind can accomplish. Few people have made such a powerful and elegant imprint on our lives.”
  • Larry Page: “He always seemed to be able to say in very few words what you actually should have been thinking before you thought it.”
  • Mark Zuckerberg: “Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world.”
  • Sergey Brin: “Your passion for excellence is felt by anyone who has ever touched an Apple product… you will be missed very much.”

 

I used some of this information from this site.

http://gawker.com/5847124/steve-jobs-is-dead%27-rel=%27nofollow

 

We will always remember Steve not as a person, but as a revolutionist. Who has changed the world in its technology, and intelligence.

 

Signed, Tyler

 

U.S. drone kills 5 al-Qaeda militants in Yemen

An official, who spoke on condition of anonymity according
to military rules, said the dawn strike targeted militant hideouts in the
al-Arqoub area east of Zinjibar, capital of Abyan province. Islamic radicals
seized control of Zinjibar in May, taking advantage of a wider uprising against
President Ali Abdullah Saleh to establish a militant-ruled enclave.

Government forces and mutinous military units who oppose
each other but consider al-Qaeda the greater enemy have fought their way back
into the city, but continue to suffer casualties to militant attacks.

U.S. drones regularly hit targets in Yemen. American-born
al-Qaeda propagandist Anwar al-Awlaki was killed by a drone on Sept. 30 in the
north of the country in what American officials said was a major blow to the
militant organization.

Officials said that Wednesday’s drone strike in Abyan
killed 5 and injured seven.

Yemeni officials also reported other clashes around Abyan
province in the past two days that killed nine people. The office of Vice
President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi said that three foreigners, two Pakistanis and
a Chechen, were killed in Abyan on Tuesday. Foreign fighters commonly turn up in
al-Qaeda’s ranks in Yemen and other countries.

Military officials said two Yemeni soldiers were killed
Tuesday by a roadside bomb and two others in fighting with al-Qaeda militants,
also east of Zinjibar. A second roadside bomb detonated by remote control killed
two civilian anti-al-Qaeda activists Wednesday near a checkpoint in the town of
Lawder northeast of Zinjibar, said Jihad Hafeez, a member of an anti-al-Qaeda
coordinating committee said.

Yemen, an impoverished Arab with a weak central government,
has been the center of multiple uprisings since February, when President Saleh
cracked down on protesters challenging his 33-year rule in the country’s chapter
of the Arab Spring.

Yemen is believed by U.S. and other intelligence agencies
to be a global planning and training center for al-Qaeda, but Yemeni officials
rarely acknowledge the presence of foreigners fighting alongside homegrown
militants.

In another area of southern Yemen, government forces have
been battling for weeks with armed anti-Saleh tribesmen around the city of Taiz.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, government forces heavily shelled Taiz, leaving eight
civilians dead, residents said.

Opposition activist Bushra al-Maqtari said that mortar
shells fired by Republican
Guard units led by Saleh’s son Ahmed fell on five city districts, damaging
120 houses and shops.

Al-Maqtari said that a freelance photographer named
Abdel-Hakim al-Nour was among those killed in Taiz, and that six children and 10
women were among the wounded. She said that the government cut the city’s
electricity and blocked all the roads out, preventing residents from
fleeing.

The city’s al-Rawdha hospital appealed to residents to give
blood, and called to on pharmaceutical firms across the country to send medicine
and other supplies.

Protest organizers meanwhile said that thousands had turned
out for demonstrations in 17 provinces demanding Saleh’s ouster and denouncing
the fighting in Taiz. Large anti-government rallies occur daily in Yemen.

Perry brings in $17 million in third quarter

(CNN) – Texas Gov. Rick Perry raised more than $17 million dollars from more than 22,000 unique contributors in the first seven weeks of his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.

Perry’s presidential campaign announced Wednesday morning that he also has $15 million cash on hand, as of Sept. 30, the end of the third quarter of fundraising.
Perry announced his run for the White House on Aug. 13, half way into the third quarter. His campaign said the vast majority of the money raised by Perry is for use in the primaries and caucuses, with just $50,000 of the funds designated for general election use.

Team Perry said they received donations from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, with 51 percent of the donors hailing from outside Texas.

“The generous contributions from Americans across the nation prove the overwhelming support for Gov. Perry’s principled, conservative leadership and vision to get America working again,” Perry Campaign Manager Rob Johnson said in a statement.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will report raising between $11 and $13 million over the last three months, according to a source familiar with the tally. That total is less than the $18.2 million Romney collected during the previous fundraising quarter. Romney spokeswoman Gail Gitcho would not confirm the total but said a downturn in fundraising is normal during the course of a campaign.

Friday was the deadline for the third fundraising quarter of 2011, but campaigns are not required to report their totals until Oct. 15.

The quarterly totals will be watched for signs of each campaign’s financial strength, but no report will be as closely scrutinized as Perry’s.

Perry quickly shot to the top of national polls after his late entrance into the race, but has dropped in those surveys in the past week after two uneven debate performances and criticism by the other campaigns over his stance on illegal immigration and Social Security.

Perry is one of the most prolific GOP fundraisers in the country, but federal finance laws are stricter than those in Texas.