Videos posted to social media Sunday depicted a hostile environment for Vikings fans attending the game, which Philadelphia won, 38 7. Some Minnesota fans were booed, taunted and the subject of expletives at close range as they walked through the parking lot. Another video showed what appeared to be full cans of beer being thrown at Vikings fans heading to the stadium..
Last year, Tillman’s family raised objections when Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal was facing Senate confirmation to lead military operations in Afghanistan. By Crystal Price bio emailLAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) A Lake Charles man claims that his idea of pinching the pipes in the Gulf will slow the oil flow and eventually stop the spill altogether.Bill Campbell has been building gas stations and truck stops for years, and after stopping many gas leaks in the ground he convinced BP can use the same principle.Campbell process for fixing a simple gas leak is gradually pinching the pipe with a sledgehammer until the ends of the pipe close.The gas pump installer said it is the same principle with the oil spill in the Gulf, but just a different size pipe.Campbell thinks that if hydraulics were used for pinching, then it guaranteed to stop the spill.”Once it pinched shut, there may be a little bit of a leak there, but it so minute,” said Campbell. “A little bit of dribbling oil is much better than thousands of barrels a day coming out like it is now.”Campbell said the actual size of a pipe down in the Gulf is at least 8 to 10 inches in diameter, and for it to work the pipes would have to be a schedule of 80 to 120 so that the pipes would not shatter.Campbell hopes that BP will at least consider his idea.”A lot of people are losing their livelihood right now and this would be an easy fix,” said Campbell.If you have different ideas or suggestions on how to stop the oil leak, click on the link to the right to give BP your suggestions. The United States Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Virginia released that Wallace Grove Godwin, 69, made the threat to Congressman Scott Taylor during a marijuana policy discussion.
Daily from Feb. 3 4; Free. Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 Third Ave. THIS WAS A COLD BLOODED MURDER. AND SO WE HAVE NO IDEA I MEAN, WE ALL IN SHOCK. FRIENDS LEFT FLOWERS THIS MORNING AND A NOTE SAYING YOU ARE MY BROTHER IN CHRIST AT THE CROSS PIT MOSAIC GYM.
College basketball officials. Yes, we all feel the way all the games are called is worse than it has ever been. A large part of that is we have more angles and replays and slo mo than ever before and we are angrier than ever and always looking to bellyache about anything.