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I try unsuccessfully to pull in Michael's reigns when I don't get caught up in his antics myself. I think this stuff is contagious!! lol
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This is so shameful and embarrassing!!!!! We better pray for our nation!!!!!!
On Saturday there was a glitch in the EBT/Food Stamp debit card system in 17 different states including Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
In Springhill and Mansfield, LA people took full advantage of the kindness of retail giant Walmart and cleared the shelves of practically everything at the local Walmart outlets Saturday evening.
The stores allowed purchases on EBT cards even though they were not showing limits. It doesn’t take much to imagine how that went...According to KSLA TV:
The chaos that followed ultimately required intervention from local police, and left behind numerous carts filled to overflowing, apparently abandoned when the glitch-spurred shopping frenzy ended.
Springhill Police Chief Will Lynd confirms they were called in to help the employees at Walmart because there were so many people clearing off the shelves. He says Walmart was so packed, “It was worse than any black Friday” that he’s ever seen.
Lynd explained the cards weren’t showing limits and they called corporate Walmart, whose spokesman said to let the people use the cards anyway. From 7 to 9 p.m., people were loading up their carts, but when the cards began showing limits again around 9, one woman was detained because she rang up a bill of $700.00 and only had .49 on her card. She was held by police until corporate Walmart said they wouldn’t press charges if she left the food.
Lynd says at 9 p.m., when the cards came back online and it was announced over the loud speaker, people just left their carts full of food in the aisles and left.
“Just about everything is gone, I’ve never seen it in that condition,” said Mansfield Walmart customer Anthony Fuller.
The Legendary Andrae Crouch had a medical scare Sunday Night in his home in Los Angeles, CA.
The gospel great was rushed to a nearby hospital after getting sick in the shower.
The 71-year-old Grammy and multiple award winner shared that he was “overcome by heat” during his shower … and shouted for his assistant and his twin sister to call for help.
An ambulance arrived to the scene — and Crouch was transported to a nearby hospital. A few hours later, doctors determined Crouch was OK, and he was cleared to go home.
TMZ spoke to Crouch … who tells us he suffers from diabetes and suspects his condition contributed to the incident in the shower.
In an update Andrae Crouch says he feels better now, but adds, “Diabetes is no fun.”
He also wanted to express, “Thanks to all my fans for all your prayers and support.”
To say that Mogul Tyler Perry has made a name for himself in Hollywood is an understatement. Tyler has scripted television series, movies and his stage plays, but now he has set his sites on animation.
Perry is gearing up for an animated film called “Madea’s Kids.” This feature film will target children and the details are still forming.
Later this year, Tyler Perry returns to the big screen with his holiday film, “A Madea Christmas” which opens in theaters on Dec. 13, 2013.
Check out the trailer from "A Madea Christmas" below:
Kendrick Ruth is in jail on $100k bond after he brutally punched a female store clerk during a dispute over 41 cents.
According to NBC Los Angeles, the vicious attack took place at a Chevron station in Lakewood, CA on Sept. 7. The clerk, Yadira Lara, reports that Ruth was looking to try and pay for a cigar that costs $1.41 with only a one dollar bill.
Lara asked him for the remaining balance of 41 cents which caused Ruth to grow furious.
“He just said ‘well &%$# this is all I have,’” said Lara, who hid the cigar under the counter.
Ruth then did the unthinkable he punched the clerk dead between her eyes without warning. There were other customers standing behind him in line at the counter when he attacked the clerk and then simply walked away.
Unfortunately Lara now has permanent damage in one of her eyes.
“I just wish I just could’ve given it to him and none of this would have happened,” she said.
Check out the horrible incident caught on video below:
Michael Strahan and his fiancee Nicole Murphy have been renting a $20 million apartment in Beverly Hills for a minute, but sources say that the coupled has looked multiple times at a $25 million NYC penthouse directly across the street from Strahan’s ABC , “Live with Kelly and Michael.”
The apartment, a duplex with killer Central Park views, is at 150 Columbus Ave., already home to such folk as Eagles bassist Timothy Schmit, MTV founder Bob Pittman, PR mogul Ronn Torossian and sportscaster Marv Albert. The building, also known as One Lincoln Square, was the first of three towers built across from the performing-arts center in the mid-’90s, helping draw the wealthy to a once-scary corner of the upper West Side.
The new home Strahan and Murphy are looking at has 5,500 square feet and 10 rooms, including five bedrooms. It’s been on the market for a couple of months, but real-estate sources say Strahan was immediately drawn to it because of its location.
This would be a wise move for the NFL legend, whose current New York base is just blocks away. He’d be taking another page out of the Regis Philbin playbook: Regis, his predecessor on “Live!”, lives next door at 101 W. 67th and enjoyed a brisk walk to work each morning.
We may never know what led 34-year-old Miriam Carey of Stamford, Connecticut to attempt to drive through White House barriers with her small child in the car and set off a Capitol Hill police chase that ended with her death.
The chase began when Carey got involved in some kind of verbal altercation with officers at a security checkpoint a block from the White House, the intelligence source said.
As police cars arrived at the scene, the black vehicle driven by Carey sped away and led police on a wild chase.
When the vehicle approached the area of the Capitol building, several squad cars stopped it and officers “came out with their guns drawn,” said Frank Schwing, a D.C. resident who witnessed what happened.
The armed officers tried to open the passenger side door, he said. ”At that point, the driver slammed into reverse, slammed into a cruiser, did a 180 (degree turn), took off, and at that point, there were a half dozen or so shots fired,” Schwing told CNN, apparently all by small arms from police.
House and Senate sessions were immediately suspended. Police also closed Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House. In Congress, a Capitol Police bulletin said reports of gunshots required “all occupants in all House office buildings to shelter in place.”
“Close, lock and stay away from external doors and windows,” the bulletin said. Authorities later lifted the lockdown, with police saying they believed the incident was isolated with no connection to terrorism.
Two people, including a police officer, were transported to a local hospital.
President Barack Obama was briefed on the situation, which occurred on the third day of a government shutdown.
Carey allegedly had a history of mental health issues and suffered from post-partum depression. Authorities described Carey has having a “mental illness.”
“She had post-partum depression after having the baby” last August, said her mother, Idella Carey.
She added, “A few months later, she got sick. She was depressed. … She was hospitalized.”
Dr. Steven Oken, her boss of eight years in New York (the Bronx), described Carey as a “non-political person” who was “always happy.”
“I would never in a million years believe that she would do something like this,” he said. “It’s the furthest thing from anything I would think she would do, especially with her child in the car. I am floored that it would be her.”
Amy Carey, the suspect’s sister, told The Washington Post, “That’s impossible. She works, she holds a job.” Miriam Carey was a dental hygienist in Stamford.
Miriam Carey’s former boss in Connecticut, Dr. Barry J. Weiss, told The New York Times that he and his partner fired Carey last year because of her “temper” but would not go into detail.