Pay the Piper - woman ordered to pay $80,000 per song for illegal downloads
Armed and Dangerous - cop accused of pulling gun at McDonald's when order takes too long
Stupid Criminals - man unwittingly follows would-be victim to sheriff's office
On this day in history: June 19, 1999 - While taking a walk, horror author Stephen King is struck by a van piloted by a distracted Bryan Smith. King's extensive injuries (broken leg, broken hip, lacerated scalp and collapsed lung) remanded him to a hospital bed for three weeks. Smith would later die in his sleep on Stephen King's birthday.
Born on this day in history: June 19, 1962 - Paula Abdul (1962-) Born in Los Angeles, CA, dancer, singer and choreographer Paula Abdul began as an L.A. Lakers cheerleader and choreographer for Janet Jackson. She started recording in 1990, winning a Grammy. After dropping out of the limelight, Abdul re-emerged in 2002 as a judge on Fox’s popular "American Idol" series.
Scripture of the Day: How great is your goodness, which you have stored up for those who fear you, which you bestow in the sight of men on those who take refuge in you. — Psalm 31:19
Video of the Day: How Catnip Gets Cats High - submitted by Cindy
Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene while driving to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.
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