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Police in Ohio say officers using a new Taser stun gun briefly set a homeless man on fire while trying to subdue him.
A police report in Lancaster, about 30 miles southeast of Columbus, says one officer had seen the man inhaling a chemical from an aerosol can Monday night. That officer and another then struggled with the suspect, and the Taser was used. A flame appeared on the man's chest, and officers patted it down.
It is all too easy for a female actor to find herself cast as the mother of someone who once played her boyfriend as soon as she blows out the candles on her 35th birthday cake. This has long been an accepted fact of Hollywood life, and one that most women keep schtum about as they know they should be grateful to get any roles at all in their decrepit post-30s.
But last weekend, Hope Davis finally broke ranks to admit she was somewhat "peeved" when she was recently offered a role playing the mother of Johnny Depp, a concept that would have tested the skills of the most talented special effects department, seeing as Davis was actually born the year after Depp....
Angelina Jolie seemed to take being cast as Colin Farrell's mother in Alexander with good grace, despite being only a year older than him. But then again, maybe she was too busy considering whether she should adopt him to bother to take offence. Then there's Forrest Gump, in which Sally Field plays Tom Hanks's mother: not only is Field only a decade older than Hanks, but only six years before she was playing opposite him as his romantic interest in the movie Punchline.
Lea Thompson was exactly the same age as Michael J Fox — 24 — when she played his mother in Back to the Future, while Elizabeth Taylor was a mere four years older than Dennis Hopper when she played his mother in Giant.
The alleged heist occurred Tuesday night on eastbound Highway 37, where the ice cream truck, a 1973 Chevy, was in the right lane and a green Mercury Sable was in the left lane, police said.
The Mercury rammed the ice cream truck three times on the left rear corner until the truck spun out and came to a stop, said Officer Chris Rardin of the California Highway Patrol. Both vehicles then pulled off the highway, and three bandits emerged from the Mercury brandishing 40-ounce bottles of liquor as weapons.
As the men threatened to rob the ice cream vendor, a Napa resident who witnessed the attack pulled up and told the robbers he had called police. The robbers then got back in their car and fled.
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A driver on her way to work has found a toddler crawling in the middle of a busy Ohio intersection.
Rachel Downey spotted the 14-month-old boy Friday morning in the Cleveland suburb South Euclid. She hit her brakes, jumped out of her car and grabbed him.
She said he was "smack in the middle of the street." He was dressed in just a diaper and a green one-piece outfit.
It is a guarantee that whenever it is announced that a popular book is being turned into a movie, white people will get upset...these announcements create a ticking time bomb where by a white person must read the book in ADVANCE of the release of the movie. This is done partly so that they can engage in the popular activity of complaining about how the movie failed to capture the essence of the book. But more importantly, once a book has been made into a movie, a white person can no longer read that book. To have read the book after the movie is one of the great crimes in white culture, and under no circumstances should you ever admit to doing this. Literally dozens of white friendships have imploded when it was revealed that someone read Fight Club after 1999.
Though the talent and the material has white people in a tizzy, the real excitement comes from the fact that this film is based off a book that is 48 pages long and made up mostly of illustrations. This means that white people do not have to re-read the book until the day they head to the movie theater. Thus freeing them up to watch The Director’s Series: The Work of Spike Jonze DVD which they bought years ago but only watched once.