LAKE WALES , FL - Of all the batshit crazy headlines you've seen over the past several months, not many draw attention quite like this one. Maisa Alvarez, 42, was arrested after deputies responded to
calls from the neighbors who heard the boy screaming. According to the report, the boy told the investigators he woke up to his mother chaining him up by his wrists, straddling him and repeatedly stabbing him in the chest. Opinion: Are you f*cking kidding me? This child's only protector turned her back on him and tried to murder him. Now this child is fighting for his life at Arnold Palmer His life is forever changed.
Her rights as a mother and human should be stripped from her. Source
We all know a woman has certain...needs. That goes without saying. What does not go without saying is what a woman would to get those needs met. Like abandoning three children while you whore it up with your neighbor.Mom of the Week,
Crystal Rusaw, decided to leave her three children - ages 10 months to 4 years - by themselves. The children eventually do what all kids do if you leave them alone for 5 seconds. They ran out the door. Like most people who engage in sexual activity, Rusaw fell asleep. Which gave the children enough time to get out of the house. The kids ended up crossing a busy highway by themselves, narrowly escaping death.After the arrest, Crystal was no where to be found. However ABC news was able to get a hole of her BOYFRIEND who was out of town for work.
Talk about a shitty way to find out your mate is cheating on you.
Los Angeles, CA - ABC news is reporting the host of Jeopardy, Alex Trebek has suffered a heart attack
According to Sydney Lupkin, ABC reporter, the heart attack was mild and the 71-year-old king of intellectuals is in good spirits.
Word is Trebek will make a full recover and back on set to film 29th season in July without any delay.
You guys may remember Mr. Trebek suffered another mild heart attack back in 2007. And prior to that, he walked away from a car accident in 2004 sans injury after falling asleep behind the wheel.
Basically, he has been pressing his luck the past few years and it is time for him to maybe consider retirement and enjoy his life with his family. He has given us so many years of Jeopardy and made being a nerd look cool.
He gave nerds and human memory banks something to do at 7pm. Not to mention his charity work and appeal to colleges to encourage success.
We wish him a full recovery and all the best in the future.
Anyone who freelances any type of work understands they need to stay connected to today's hottest trends. One of they key components in running a small business is ensuring you can accept multiple forms of payment and not go broke in the process.
This gives your customer a certain level of security and comfort in that they are doing business with a professional and not some fly-by-night operation.
The competition has been explosive in this market. From Intuit's GoPayment, to SquareUp, and now Paypal Here, these vendors realize there's a heavy need for entrepreneurs to be able to accept credit card payments on a small scale, keep it mobile, and inexpensive to maintain.
Full scale Merchant Accounts are out of the budget range for most small operations. Point of Sale (POS) systems can range in prices from $500 to $10,000 or more, depending on the complexity of your needs.
If you are like me - a freelance Photographer, Writer, Web Designer, SEO Specialist, Web Marketing Consultant, etc - you understand the feeling when someone asks you if you take credit card and you cringe. The next words out of your mouth are "Yes, I take credit cards via paypal. Which forces you to send the customer to Paypal and make the payment there.
Square debuted their amazing little card reader, which comes free once you are approved. Square also provides the App at no additional cost. All you pay is 2.75% per transaction and your money is direct deposited within 48 hours for you.
Paypal took about a year to develop their own version, calling it Paypal Here. Basically all the same features as Square, which include a Similar app. This is where Paypal borrowed every good idea from Square. The app is very similar. Both have a register like interface if you are using a compatible tablet or iPad. And here is where we run into issues.
Paypal's Here app works amazingly well on Android 2.3 and Square's Register App works great for the iPad. However, Square refuses to make a Register app for Android Customers and Paypal's Here app is not compatible with Android ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Square's basic app works just fine on my Android phone and tablet. However, I wish I could use the Square Register, which is incredible. I contact Paypal to find out when/if Paypal Here is going to be ICS compatible and the developer had no clue on the time frame. Since I was a waiting list and got my device well before the official launch date, I can only hope a fully compatible Paypal Here app is available for everyone who upgraded to Android ICS on their tablets.
Having a register-like interface benefits you and the client. It allows you to simplify your check out with them, and it makes it easier to tack on additional services for the customer at a discounted rate.
I took a few pictures to show you guys how much Paypal borrowed from Square. It has to be flattering to Square to have a huge competitor mimic so many of your traits.
Below are comparison pictures I took with my HTC Evo (images aren't too bad for a phone)
Sometimes you gotta laugh. You've had a rough day. The boss is breathing down your throat. Your significant other is mad at you for whatever reason.
Why not laugh at other people's kids as they fail at playing.
Scroll down and enjoy 7 of our favorite Epic Children Fails.
1. Let's start off with an adorable kid and kitten video. By "adorable" I mean vicious.
2. You can't help but love this kid's enthusiasm as his race starts off. I'm sure using him as a human bowling ball was completely unintentional.
3. And the Baby-sitter of the Year award goes to.....
4. I'm pretty sure these sleep & slides require some sort of liquid lubrication. But what do I know?
5. There's something about a chubby kid being brutally bashed in the face with a ball that brings back fond memories of my childhood.
6. This obviously occurred another country. Besides the 80's jogging suit, and his utter amusement that water exists in his village, the fact that this kid doesn't weigh 300lbs is all the evidence I need. He will be missed.
7. This kid is going to have a rough life if he can't open his before running full speed into anything. This also serves as a metaphor for my dating life. Charging ahead and leaping....only to land face first into a pile of fail.
Elizabeth Township, PA - Stories like this make me smile from ear to ear. It's not everyday law-abiding citizens get a fair story in the media. And this story stands out for several reasons. Let's start with the home owner. Korean War veteran Fred Ricciuti. A mild mannered elderly man, whom after serving his country in the Korean War, he kept his service weapon. It is unclear if that weapon was a standard issue M1-Garrand or the iconic 1911. Either way, we salute Mr. Ricciuti for defending his home and his right to protect that home and his wife.Sadly, the intruder was a familiar face for Fred. 25-year-old
Raymond Hiles broke into the home after falling onto hard times, according to Mr. Ricciuti.
It wasn't until after the the police apprehended Hiles, was he identified by Fred. As a gun owner, this is the story we love to read. A War Vet, who laid down his weapon decades ago, proved you're never too old to protect yourself and your loved ones. Gun laws don't protect Fred, or anyone else looking to lawfully protect themselves from desperate criminals. It's great to see what a weapon, in the right hands, in the right moment, can mean the difference between protecting yourself or becoming a victim.See the full story here.
The 2012 Mexican Debate proved that we Latinos are genetically predisposed to adding this ridiculous flare to everything we do. We speak loud, we play our music loud, and we live loud.
This flare runs its way up through to our politics. Take the 2012 Mexican debate that has become quite the web sensation. Not because of the contenders or their crappy rhetoric. But for the assistant/Vanna White-esque box carrying Playboy Playmate.
Millions of web junkies went stiff at the site of a woman with real curves, in a dress practically spray painted onto her body. A body that showcases what we has Latinos take for granted.
Our never-ending supply of gorgeous women.
So, without further-ado, enjoy this gross display of sexual appeal by Mexican hotness cartels. Welcome Julia Orayen into your heart.
And Spank Bank.
- Most stories I feature are either incredibly strange, hilarious, or sad. This one strikes gold by hitting all three of those marks. A patron of 'Heart Attack Grill' in Las Vegas nearly lost her life this week after consuming the Triple Bypass Burger, smoking a cigarette, and chugging a Buttermilk Milkshake. Yes, you read that right. This woman obviously had a vendetta against her body for some reason. Either way, during her 5 million calorie meal, her heart decided it had enough and tapped out. Literally. The woman was taken to an area hospital by paramedics. The owner of the establishment says although this is the second person to succumb to his ridiculous menu offering, she is recovering in the hospital and said to be in good spirits. We are positive this isn't the customer's first encounter with a catastrophe on a plate. Click here to read the full story.
Right now, I'm smiling. Not for any other reason than the fact that inventive people with drive are creating huge sums of revenue in today's market. One more company has perfected it's appeal so much, that Mark Zuckerberg stepped in...and bought them out. Facebook has purchased the uber popular Instagram photo sharing app. For $1 Billion. Your eyes are not fooling you. I said $1 Billion U.S. Sources state the app will remain a separate from Facebook as no integration into the current Facebook app is forecasted. That doesn't mean it's not a possibility. Just means that for now, you will continue to use Instagram as usual.
Instragram has 27 million registered users. On iOS alone. They haven't got the numbers in yet for the Android platform, which is believed to be reason Zuckerberg wanted to get in on the action as soon as possible.According to the source article, the payment will be part cash and part stock in Facebook, which is brilliant as Facebook is projected to only grow over the next 5 years.
The guys over at Murkin TV - Shawn Pawlikowski and Brody Griffin show you how Florida Boys get it done.According to the AA-Fishing.com, t
here are many species of catfish and plenty methods to catch them. They enjoy ponds, streams, lakes and rivers. Some of them, called Walking Catfish, spend a some time on dry land. Crazy! If you're lucky enough to catch a big giant catfish, good luck. They put up one hell of a fight. Their sizes range from 2 to well over 100lbs. So you better be ready.
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