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Linna Jones
Arts & Entertainment Editor   

“Read It Sideways”

   The digital “Smiley Face” turns 25 years old Sept. 19.
Scott E. Fahlman, professor at Carnegie Mellon University, created the emoticon in 1983 at 11:44 a.m. as a way to convey humor.;_ylt=Aj_TM5emOnmdGYWhM_z.nDPq188F

He did what? 

   Did you hear? Well,
State Sen. Ernie Chambers, angered by another lawsuit he considered frivolous, sued God. Yes God, Chambers sued God to prove anybody can file a lawsuit on anyone. It brings to question did he prove his point? For more results on this story go to;_ylt=AmBwEdtqU1WHM3o_7v289uLq188F

Dead? Are you sure?

   Declared dead at the scene of accident, Carlos Camejo, 33, woke up after feeling an intense pain on his face. Morticians began autopsying his body, when they saw he was bleeding they immediately sewed up the incision.;_ylt=AryM.K8fxUvG_XH3rjEFEscZ.3QA 

Bungling Burglars

   Two men break into a building to steal copper wire in which the Antioch Police K-9 Unit held a training course. At the time the break in, a K-9 officer announced he was about to release the police dog. The men surrendered immediately and police arrested them on the suspicion of commercial burglary.;_ylt=AiFMXdZSWFAJ7s9H6d4Mj3wuQE4F

This Week’s Read: 

“Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Dostoevsky’s book looks deep into the mind of an ax murderer and his reasons for killing. The book also describes multiple characters including the murderer, a poor family and many people in the lower classes of Russia.


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