Saturday, February 06, 2016

Junk Food Media Gives Two Killers Glowing Profile!

Junk food media gives glowing profiles of two cold blooded killers.

The death of Nicole Lovell was much talked about in the junk food media. The 11-year old girl was allegedly meeting a guy who she met on social media. She would bolt from her home in the middle of the night to see this man. The timeline is shaky but the accomplice said that they stabbed the girl and stuffed her in a bag and tossed her in rural North Carolina.

Nicole was sharing her goodies on social media to the suspect David Eisenhuaer. He took a liking to it. They engaged in some talk and flirts. He said he's got a car and he'll give her a ride.

So for a few months before the killing, they would meet at fast food restaurants and engage in sexual acts. I can only assume two things. He was grooming the girl for sex. When he found out that she's was 13 years old and Nicole threatening to tell the law (i.e. blackmail), he flipped on her.

The junk food media's obsession with Missing White Girl Syndrome. The junk food media spotlights missing White girls and women who come from well meaning backgrounds. They end up missing and the family urge social media to react to it. Once it picks up steam the junk food media end up covering it.

There's thousands of missing adults and children. Most of these missing people aren't covered like the ones that drive politicians to enact legislation in reaction to it.

The junk food media gave glowing profiles of the suspects.
Glowing profile of killer.
CNN for example says that the two were students at Virginia Tech. Both were taunted as children and managed to overcome bullying to become standouts.

David Eisenhauer and Natalie Keepers also disturbed. They may have followed the Slender Man conspiracy. It could have been just a plot to rape or rob Nicole.

The two allegedly planned how to dispose and conceal the body of seventh-grader Nicole Lovell over that late January meal at the Cook Out in Blacksburg, Virginia.

The details came to light in a courtroom Thursday as prosecutor Mary Pettitt argued against granting bail to Keepers.

Keepers, 19, is accused of being an accessory to murder before the fact, concealing a body and being an accessory to murder after the fact.

Eisenhauer, 18, is charged with abduction and murder.

Keepers' motive, Pettitt told the judge, was that she was "excited to be part of something secretive and special."
Nicole Lovell lost her life to a cold blooded killer. This killer and his friend buried her in North Carolina after he got into a fight with the girl.
The judge denied bond to Keepers.

The pair, Pettitt said, went to the restaurant in the days before the girl's disappearance to talk about the plot to kill Nicole.

Eisenhauer told Keepers how he would lure Nicole out of her home one night, take her to a remote location and use a knife to cut her throat, the prosecutor said.

After leaving Cook Out, they drove by Lovell's home, Pettitt said.

Natalie Keepers.
Police arrested Eisenhauer on January 30, three days after Nicole disappeared. Eisenhauer denied involvement in killing the girl.

Investigators said they believe Eisenhauer had an inappropriate relationship with Nicole, a law enforcement official said. The girl was planning to expose their relationship, the official said, and investigators think this was the motive for killing her.

Nicole disappeared after midnight on January 27. Her mother, Tammy Weeks, went to Nicole's bedroom door and found it barricaded, the prosecutor said. Weeks saw an open window and realized Nicole was missing. So was the girl's "Minions" character blanket.

After an extensive search, Nicole's body was found three days later in a wooded area in North Carolina.

Pettitt said in court on Thursday that Eisenhauer corresponded with Lovell on January 27 at 12:39 a.m. through social media.

Also at Thursday's bail hearing, the prosecutor alleged Eisenhauer and Keepers bought a shovel and scouted a remote location for the killing.

Keepers helped Eisenhaur move Nicole's remains into the trunk of his Lexus, Pettitt said. The body was still in the trunk while the pair went to buy cleaning supplies, the prosecutor added.

After Nicole's body was found, police found Keepers at her boyfriend's house and searched the premises.

She allegedly sent Eisenhauer a text message warning: "POLICE."

The search turned up a "Minions" blanket and cleaning supplies, police said.
She will be missed.
A preliminary hearing for Eisenhauer has been scheduled for March 28. His court-appointed attorney has not responded to CNN requests for comment.

Pettitt said the autopsy report is expected to be finished just prior to the preliminary hearing.

Eisenhauer did not lead authorities to the body, according to Blacksburg police Chief Anthony Wilson, nor did he confess to the killing.

Authorities said they decided to arrest Eisenhauer after sorting through social media, exploring 300-plus tips and searching for other information pertinent to the case.

A spokesman for Kik, an app that allows users to send anonymous messages, told CNN that it had cooperated with an FBI investigation into the case.

World News Today send our condolences to the family of Nicole Lovell.

Eisenhuar and Keepers are innocent until proven guilty.

Not Another Da Bait!

The clown car debate continues in New Hampshire.

I'll be working tonight so I won't bore you with the details of my social life. But while I am gone, I will be listening to the Republican debate on ABC.

ABC will host Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson for tonight's debate. Carly Fiorina and Jim Gilmore were cock blocked from the stage.

Fiorina stated that she may not support the nominee if it ain't her. Trump said the same.

In New Hampshire, Trump is leading but since his defeat in Iowa, he's struggling to hold on to the lead he's maintained for over seven months.

Trump's decision to skip a New Hampshire townhall because of the snow, gave Republicans an opportunity to attack him for being unprepared. He went to speak in South Carolina.

Cruz didn't get a bump after the Iowa Caucus. He's and Kasich are tied for third. Cruz is being criticized by Trump, Carson and Rubio for "stealing" the election. Cruz is touting endorsements from Chuck Norris, Glenn Beck and Ted Nugent.

Rubio appears to be the establishment's choice for a candidate. He's gained an endorsement from failed presidential candidate Bobby Jindal. Rubio also will be the focus of the night. He will be hit for being inept as a senator. Rubio will likely word vomit the ineptness of  Barack Obama back when he was a senator, He'll go after Hillary Clinton's days as a senator. He will mention the lack of accomplishments Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders have as a fellow senators.

Kaisch spent more time in New Hampshire more than in my state he's governor of. Kasich is throwing his chips all in this state and promises that if he doesn't win, he's out. Kasich who touts Ohio more than the country, is hoping to seethe through the mess. Kasich is touting some washed up celebrities/ Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor and former governor of California endorsed him yesterday. Former talk show/radio host Montell Williams, who once endorsed Barack Obama for president came out for him. Actor Tim Allen is actively helping Kasich gain support.
Last stand for Bush. He brought his mom out.
Jeb Bush struggled the most. He's spent the most money, the most time and still can't get the mojo. It's amazing that back in 2015, Bush was fundraising and making major moves to get the establishment vote. Now he's struggling against a former friend who he once praised as a shining star in the party. Bush will target Rubio for being corrupt. Bush will also bring the legacy in play. He brought out his mother, former first lady Barbara Bush and his brother, former president George W. Bush to campaign for him.

Chris Christie will also make moves against the candidates as well. He'll likely be the first to bring up Hillary Clinton or President Barack Obama. He's already got his word vomit ready. He'll target Rubio and Cruz for being worthless politicos. He will say Kaisch's Ohio isn't rosy as he says it. He'll mock Trump and Carson for "jumping the shark" and Bush for being his brother's failures. Most of the candidates will hit Christie for ruining perennial loser Mitt Romney. The bear hug with Obama will come up again.

After you watch the debate, ask yourself, why is this still going on?

There's no clear choice in nominee. If Trump or Cruz wins, they'll split the party. If Rubio wins, they could mend the fence but will force him further to the right. If they pick Bush, Kasich or Christie, they'll play it safe but face a mutiny of conservative support. If Carson or Fiorina wins, they'll be a second and a first.

So far, the Republican Party has the most diverse candidates running. Despite them all being a bunch of shit for brains, the party has two men of Hispanic origin, one Black man, one woman, an actor/media mogul, a son and brother of two former presidents and are excited about their candidates.

The Democrats aren't so inspired by their candidates. One is perennial. One is too unknown to the public.

Who Won This Debate?

Donald Trump
Marco Rubo
Ted Cruz
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
John Kasich
Jeb Bush
Carly Fiorina
Jim Gilmore
Someone Other Than These Guys!
Hillary Clinton gonna crush them!
Bernie Sanders gonna crush them!
I didn't watch the debate!
Do Quizzes

Friday, February 05, 2016

Junk Food Media Labels Unrepentant Criminals 2016 "Bonnie & Clyde!"

The local news agitators use suspects mugshots. But the rest of the junk food media uses the positive pictures downplaying the seriousness of what these unrepentant thugs done.

Why do White criminals get notarized for their criminal acts and Black criminals be vilified?

#CrimingWhileWhite becomes a topic once again.

Blake Fitzgerald and Brittany Harper were in the junk food media. They were being labeled the "Bonnie & Clyde" of 2016. These two were from Joplin, Missouri and they committed a crime spree across the South.

Both Fitzgerald and Harper had run-ins with the law and they were notorious for skipping court.

CBS News reports that the law was tipped off to a report of a shoe store robbery and chased the suspects into a heavily wooded area, the service said. The suspects fled and stole a vehicle, which led to a second chase. That ended with the law putting the lead in both suspects.

The two were on the run for allegedly carjacking victims and stealing properties. They were caught in suburban Pensacola, Florida. Fitzgerald was killed by the law and Harper was injured by the slugs.

Authorities say Fitzgerald and Harper were linked to a series of robberies and abductions in Alabama and Georgia fitting the same pattern: People were robbed, kidnapped and freed unharmed, usually after vehicles were stolen.
Junk food media puts out the good pictures of criminals.
Police say they believe the couple stole guns from a Missouri house a few days before committing their their crimes.

Police in Joplin, Missouri, wanted to interview them about the Jan. 22 break-in "but they obviously left the area," Cpl. Chuck Niess told The Associated Press Thursday.

Details of the Missouri burglary were reported by the Alabama news site

U.S. Marshals announced Thursday they were offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of the couple, said spokesman Martin Keely of the Northern District of Alabama office.

Keely said the couple is suspected in two Florida robberies in Walnut Hills and Destin on Wednesday. They were seen driving a black Ford F-150 truck with a broken rear, right window.

"Thankfully, no innocent member of the public has been physically harmed by this modern-day Bonnie and Clyde, but the couple is armed and dangerous," Keely said in announcing the reward.

Fitzgerald and Harper were charged with robbing and abducting a hotel clerk in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and taking his car to the Birmingham area. The clerk was let go in the upscale suburb of Vestavia Hills, where a woman was briefly abducted by two people who stole her family's Ford Edge SUV.

On Monday night, a gunman held up a young clerk at a Murphy Express station along Interstate 75 in south Georgia, taking money from the safe and cigarettes before forcing the clerk into an SUV where his female accomplice waited, authorities said. The couple drove about 15 miles before releasing the clerk unharmed, Perry police Lt. Ken Ezell said.

The hotel clerk who was abducted, Kyle Dease, told that he spoke with his captors during the nearly two hours he was held on the drive from Tuscaloosa to metro Birmingham. Dease said they told him they hoped to make it to Florida to get married and start a new life together.

Fitzgerald also told Dease that he did not plan on going back to prison.

"I'm afraid if the cops corner them, they're going to go out shooting because he definitely doesn't want to go back to prison," Dease said.
The junk food media puts out the positive pictures of unrepentant criminals.
Missouri records show that in 2013, Fitzgerald and an accomplice were charged with burglarizing a Joplin woman at knifepoint in her home and making off with her purse, jewelry, electronics and a car. Fitzgerald entered an Alford plea - not admitting guilt but acknowledging the prosecutors had sufficient evidence for a conviction - and was sentenced in 2014 to a suspended seven-year prison term.

Fitzgerald also was sentenced in southwestern Missouri's Jasper County to a simultaneous 120-day term in a drunken-driving case. Last July, Fitzgerald pleaded guilty in a Missouri assault case and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term.

Since Fitzgerald and Harper grown up in Joplin, the junk food media gave them the title of "Bonnie Parker and Clyde Marrow" the infamous criminal gang who reeked terror across the South. They've met their end in an ambush outside of Shreveport, Louisiana.

Again giving White criminals novelty and legendary status.

Also I haven't forgotten about the two criminals who murdered that young child Nicole Lovell. That overshadowed these two.

Cold Hearts!

Win for the Obamas. They will do the Superbowl interview on Sunday.

In the month of January, the U.S. job market added 151,000 jobs, bringing the unemployment rate to 4.9% for the first time since February 2008 before the recession hit.

President Barack Obama has brought the economy back to the normal and yet he gets no credit from his Republican and conservative opposition. Of course, the ridiculous talking point of XX million Americans not working will once again come up in discussion.

They ignored the obvious factors to why such factors exist. They can't figure out that for ever 35 seconds there's birth and death. For every 50 seconds there's a person either getting hired, quitting their job or getting fired from a job. There's a lot of students attending full time college and high school. Some people declare their retirement. Some people were arrested for criminal acts.

It's a part of life that some conservatives fail to realize. That if 1/3 of the United States isn't working, how come the job rate is so freaking low. That means over 95% of Americans are actively working or in the search of finding jobs.
Jobs aplenty.
 U.S. employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded, but surging wages and an unemployment rate at an eight-year low suggested the labor market recovery remains firm.

Data for November and December was revised to show 2,000 fewer jobs created than previously reported. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast employment increasing by 190,000 and the jobless rate steady at 5 percent.

Also taking the sting from the softer payrolls number, employers increased hours for workers. Manufacturing, which has been undermined by a strong dollar and weak global demand, added the most jobs since August 2013.

The sharp step-down in job gains from the fourth quarter's brisk clip largely reflected payback after the warmest temperatures in years bolstered hiring in weather-sensitive sectors like construction. January employment also lost the lift from the hiring of couriers and messengers, which was buoyed in November and December by strong online holiday sales.

But coming in the wake of an abrupt slowdown in economic growth in the fourth quarter and a sharp stock market sell-off, the closely watched employment report could add to concerns the U.S. economic outlook was deteriorating.

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen has said the economy needs to create just under 100,000 jobs a month to keep up with growth in the working age population.

Against the backdrop of tightening financial market conditions, the deceleration in employment growth could further undercut the case for a Fed interest rate hike in March. The U.S. central bank raised its short-term interest rate in December for the first time in nearly a decade.

EVOLution Is The Future!

You hang with winners, you become a winner. Future releases EVOL on iTunes.

Another album release coming out. Besides Wiz Khalifa who drops Khalifa on Friday, here comes Atlanta's codeine obsessed trap rapper, Future. He releases on iTunes the follow-up to DS2, called EVOL. 

It will be released at 11:59pm.

The album comes fresh off his collaboration with Drake (What A Time To Be Alive) and the Purple Reign mixtape that was released earlier this year. 

Future also took a potshot at fellow trap rapper Young Thug. Thug was pissed that Future released his album around the time he releases Slim Season 3.
EVOL is Love.
This was a sleeper feud but it's boiling to the surface again. Young Thugger was pissed that Metro Boomin' (Future's long time producer) scrapped a few songs off the canceled Tha Carter VI mixtape.

The song "I Mean" was Young Thug. The song from Drake & Future "Live from the Gutter" had the same beat that Metro produced.

Thugger was none too happy that Metro took flat shots at him for releasing Slime Season 1 and 2 last year. Metro and Thugger went into a Twitter finger fight and Future stuck up for Metro.

Ever since, Future and Thug been trading insults subliminal on their mixtapes. 

Thugger responds to the sneak diss.

Future shades Thugger.

Thugger responds back.

Now, Future had teamed up with Apple to have his music released on Beats Radio, a division of Apple Music. Future has been treating fans with a lot of new music lately. The 32-year-old rapper released three mixtapes in 2015, including "Beast Mode," "56 Nights," and "What A Time To Be Alive." 

The rapper premiered In Abundance and Fly Shit Only. The album tracks will be released on DJ Khaled's radio show.

Future will be able to perform some of the new songs off "EVOL" on his upcoming tour with Ty Dolla $ign. On Feb. 17, Future's "Purple Reign" tour will kick off in Madison, Wisconsin, and will run through March 19.

The rapper is following the tradition that was started by Jay-Z. Jay-Z the founder of rival Tidal, released Magna Carta Holly Grail on RocNation through Tidal. And everyone took the task of doing such. 

Hip-hop acts such as Beyonce, Eminem, Drake, Dr. Dre, Lil' Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna and of course Future have unexpectedly released albums without little hints. 

You know what I might add Future to the blog.

Thursday, February 04, 2016

Dems The Debate Too!

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton duke it out once again.

The Democratic debate is on MSNBC and the two candidates are taking off the gloves and I can say that it's pretty damn hostile. What turned out to be a friendly disagreement now becomes a battle royale.

Rachel Maddow and Chuck Todd get to instigate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton go after each other.

In the New Hampshire polls, Sanders is leading the polls. In the beginning Hillary Clinton was riding high in the polls. Sanders managed to either tie or run extremely competitive with her in the key states.

Iowa Caucus ended up with Clinton barely beating Sanders.

While the Republicans are having their civil war between Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the Democrats are fighting it out.

This comes right after the CNN Townhall that was on yesterday. I didn't watch it.

Obviously the Democrats have cautious thoughts about their candidates. The field isn't strong.

It's so divided. The older generation and working class Democrats support Hillary Clinton. The young, White liberals and college educated support Sanders. The Black, Hispanic and LGBT vote is divided over who to choose.

So I am going to give you a poll.

Who Won This Debate?

Bernie Sanders Smoked Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton Trashed Bernie Sanders.
Republicans Gonna Crush Them.
Someone Watching MSNBC.
There's Too Many Damn Debates.
Poll Maker

Joe Alaskey Passed Away!

Joe Alaskey, the voice of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck passed away today.

Joe Alaskey, the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety and Sylvester and numerous characters in Warner Bros. animation passed away. Alaskey was one of the greatest successors post-Mel Blanc.

Alaskey also voiced Tiny Toons character Plucky Duck during the 1990s cartoon. Plucky. the spunky best friend of Buster and Babs Bunny, Plucky idolized Daffy Duck. 

Alaskey also voiced Grandpa Lou Pickles on Rugrats (inheriting the role after David Doyle's death in 1997). He voiced Lou again in the Rugrats spin-off series, All Grown Up!. and all three films. He also voiced Stinkie in Casper as well as that film's 1996 animated spin-off, The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper.

That's All Folks..... The famed words of Porky Pig, the iconic character from Looney Tunes and Merry Melodies.

May he rest in peace. Hopefully his legacy will go unnoticed. Alaskey was part of your childhood throughout the 1990s. Those were the days when Saturday Morning Cartoons were good.

It's been over a year since they were eliminated from ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW.

World News Today send our condolences to the family of Joe Alaskey.


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