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From Bunch Of Us News; Written by Stephen Dowling on 2012-05-20
There are now multiple ways that a user of Bunch Of Us can invite someone to a group. They can either go individual to individual through the user fan pages on either a desktop or the mobile site. They can also now add multiple friends to a group at once by going to http://www.bunchofus.com/allfriends.php, the "All Friends" link on the left side of the users page. They can then select and group and check off as many friends as they would like to add to a group. Anyone that has chatted in a group can invite friends to a group, regardless of whether they are the creator of the group.
For more detailed instructions on adding friends, see the below paragraph.
Want to invite friends to a group? Just visit their fan page, select a group and click "Invite to Group". You will see a notification that the request has been sent. The invited member will have a request in their notifications to...(Read More)
From Web Daily News; Written by Steve Dowling on 2012-05-13
Keith Judd, a Texas convicted felon, won over 40 percent of the vote in West Virginia’s Democratic primary election on Tuesday against President Obama. The inmate, Keith Judd, is serving time at the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, Texas, for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999. Obama received 59 percent of the vote to Judd's 41 percent.
For some West Virginia Democrats, simply running against Obama is enough to get Judd votes. "I voted against Obama," said Ronnie Brown, a 43-year-old electrician from Cross Lanes who called himself a conservative Democrat. "I don't like him. He didn't carry the state before and I'm not going to let him carry it again." When asked which presidential candidate he voted for, Brown said, "That guy out of Texas." Judd got on the state ballot by paying a $2,500 fee and filing a form known as a notarized certification of announcement,...(Read More)
From Web Daily News; Written by Steve Dowling on 2012-05-30
Dr. James Corasanti was found not guilty by a Buffalo jury on all felony counts before him. This included vehicular manslaughter in the 2nd degree, manslaughter in the 2nd degree, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, and tampering with evidence. He was found guilty of DWI, a misdemeanor that carries a sentance of up to 1 year in jail.
Corasanti was accused of fatally hitting Alexandria Rice with his car on July 9, 2011. He was severely under the influence of alcohol. He left the scene of the accident and tampered with the evidence.
Along with many, I am outraged at the verdict. Who was on this jury? Could they even read? At the very least, Corasanti was clearly guilty of leaving the scene of a fatal accident and tampering with evidence, as he basically said all of this during his testimony. He claimed that in his drunk state, he did not know that he had hit the girl. Are you kidding...(Read More)
From Hockey Heaven; Written by Steve Dowling on 2012-05-22
Tyler Ennis defeated Evgeni Malkin in the quarterfinals of the TSN goal of the year competition. Ennis scored the goal against the Montreal Canadiens after deaking Andre Markov and slipping the puck past goaltender Peter Budaj. It was a sensational goal by the second year forward. He was rewarded with the golden helmet.
Malkin scored a beautiful goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning, going coast-to-coast. Malkin brought the Penguins bench to their feet with his gorgeous goal. The big center would go on his way to the Art Ross Trophy and probable Hart Trophy.
Ennis was a big part of the Buffalo Sabres production a season ago, but injuries cost him 37 games this season. When Ennis returned, he moved to center and dominated, scoring 27 points in his last 26 games. The hope for the Sabres is that this carries forward to next season.
Personally, I would have voted for Malkin's goal. As...(Read More)
From Federal Trade Commission Attorney Refuses to Retra; Written by Ryan Riddle on 2012-05-12
A representative for the Federal Trade Commission, Dotan Weinman, has requested in an e-mail that quoted statements mocking members of the Mormon Church, attributed to FTC attorney, Ms. Collot Guerard, one of the Commission’s lead attorneys, be removed from http://www.evilftc.com/, a website critical of the workings of the Commission. In his e-mail, Mr. Weinman also threatens legal action if the statements are not removed.
“We have already offered to remove the statements from the website if we can get a statement from Ms. Guerard that she never made the anti-Mormon comments in question,” said Ryan Riddle, spokesman for the website, http://www.evilftc.com/. “However, Ms. Guerard probably is not eager to provide such a statement since she knows full well that her comments which we published on the website, are not only accurate as to their content, but were spoken in the presence...(Read More)