Bicycle rack, that is. Competition to design the coolest bike rack.
Mind The Flame, Not The Centurion
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"I tell people: Please don’t get too concerned about your safety. They don’t care about you. The only thing that can happen is to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”
"I'll give [Sean] Penn this: He admits to having known, admired and liked Mickey Rourke for more than 25 years. "He's an excellent bridge-burner at times," Penn says of Rourke without a bit of self-reverential humor."
The campus yesterday was a dismal place so far as men were concerned. Vainly they tried to show resignation, or smile or treat the whole affair as an accident. It was hard to realize and acknowledge that girls had beaten them.
if you live in a rural area like i do, go out in the woods somewhere and dig a hole. don't fill it in. we'll call it the plausible deniability hole. then, when the state comes for your guns (bullion, whatever), take the officers to the hole. when you get there, say "damn, somebody dug up my guns! they musta been watching me from the ridgetop! i had a funny feeling when i was digging it, but i didn't see any people or cars, so i figured it was just nerves!"
In her 20 years of drying clothes in her Van Nuys backyard, Kathy Arnos is happy to report she has yet to receive a death threat. "Nobody has ever complained, because it's completely private," said Arnos, who is line-less, preferring to hang her clothes from patio chairs and umbrellas. "And even if they could see my clothes, I seriously doubt it would lower my property value."
For the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of families of people who have vanished amid Baja California's drug wars, the search for justice has been lonely and fruitless. But their hopes have been buoyed recently by the Jan. 22 arrest of a man Mexican authorities believe is behind the gruesome disposal of bodies in vats of industrial chemicals.Santiago Meza Lopez, a stocky 45-year-old taken into custody after a raid near Ensenada, was identified as the pozolero who liquefied the bodies of victims for lieutenants of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. Authorities say he laid claim to stuffing 300 bodies into barrels of lye, then dumping some of the liquefied remains in a pit in a hillside compound in eastern Tijuana.
He says the dung represented seven years' worth of field work, and its loss ''left me reeling.''
The university said Friday it had apologized.
Bennett says he rejected the university's compensation offer of 500 pounds ($750) and will ''see them in court.''