Your intrepid reporter doesn't know it this is incredible, unfathomable, indescribable or just plain hilarious and stupid!
The terrorist who appeared in an Islamic State video showing the killing of five accused spies is believed to be a British man who left his job selling bouncy castles to join the insurgency.Relatives told the Telegraph that Darr had been raised as a Hindu, but converted to Islam to marry his wife Aisha and became radicalized soon after. However, Sky News reported that there had been no official confirmation of the militant's identity.
The Daily Telegraph reported Monday that the prime suspect is Siddhartha Darr, a 32-year-old Muslim convert from east London. When he wasn't selling or renting bouncy castles for children's parties, he enjoyed the rock band Nirvana and the Arsenal soccer club, British media report.
The Telegraph reported that Darr was arrested in September 2014 on suspicion of belonging to a banned group, Al-Muhajiroun, an organization whose goal is to bring Sharia law to Britain.
Hours after being granted bail, the Telegraph reported Darr was able to leave the U.K., making his way to Syria via Paris.
Australian-born music mogul Robert Stigwood, who managed the Bee Gees at the height of their fame and guided musician Eric Clapton's successful solo career while producing musicals for the stage, has died aged 81, friends said on Tuesday.
The announcement of his death was made on Facebook by Spencer Gibb, a son of Bee Gees band member Robin Gibb.
Further details about his death were not immediately available. (The Robert Stigwood Organization was a major force in music all during the 70's and 80's! When the B.G.'s first made it big, he bought each of them a brand new Rolls Royce!)
Archaeologists digging in Austria found an ancient clay phone with keys etched with cuneiform characters that would imply it originally came from Mesopotamia. The tablet was reportedly found earlier this year by archaeologists digging in Fuschl am See, a city in the Austrian state of Salzburg. There’s not much information on what the researchers were digging for in this region but it probably wasn’t cuneiform tablets. Yet that’s what they found. Even more shocking, the tablet strongly resembles the cell phones they were most likely using to take pictures of it.
(So "finding" this artifact has given paranormal theorists a field day, largely having them think that time-traveling aliens must have tried to introduce an older civilization to the 21st century tech that it wasn't ready for yet. Those ancient people could have then tried to recreate the mysterious object that they saw extraterrestrials playing Snake on, only being able to come up with a clay tablet lookalike. Hence the relic being found.)
Hey boys and girls, remeber about 20 years ago when 35 year old Mary Kay Letourneau got pregnant by her 13-year-old student, Vili Fualaau.
The scandal broke, her marriage ended, and she was sent to prison for a few months under the condition that she would stop seeing Vili.
However, not a month after her release, she was arrested a second time. Mama just couldn’t stay away from the kid.
This time, the judge was infuriated and sentenced her to the full seven years that she should have gotten the first time around.
But it didn’t end there, she was already pregnant with Vili’s second child, which she gave birth to in prison.
By the time she was released in 2004, Vili was over 18-years-old so they were able to resume their relationship and married in 2005.
Today, they live in the same Seattle town with their two daughters who are now 16 and 17 years old.
Talk about drama