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Original Post: By Erin Sullivan, Times Staff Writer
In Print: Friday, June 18, 2010

Land O’Lakes woman accused of fighting boyfriend over last beer.

LAND O’LAKES — At 8:30 Wednesday night, a 53-year-old man sat in a chair, drinking the last beer in the house.

His girlfriend wanted it.

Elizabeth Breeden, 41, “went off” on him and tried to grab it out of his hand at their home on McKaig Lane in Land O’Lakes, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.

He wouldn’t let go.

Breeden ripped the Natural Light can in half, spilling the lager on her boyfriend, his chair and the floor, a report states. The boyfriend stood up. Breeden slapped him in the face. Then she kicked him in the groin, authorities said.

Breeden told a deputy that her boyfriend kicked her and threw beer on her, which is why she ripped the can in half.

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Did The F.B.I. Use Death Row Records

As A Front To Help End Black Activism?

[Re-Print: Via HipHopWired]

“The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders”

A controversial book is continuing to making headlines fort its message, one that claims that the FBI used one of the most notorious Hip-Hop labels in history as a means of suppression for Black activism.

Titled “The FBI War On Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders: U.S. Intelligence’s Murderous Targeting of Tupac, MLK, Malcolm, Panthers, Hendrix, Marley, Rappers & Linked Ethnic Leftists, the book was originally published in 2008 but is being highlighted again along with its accompanying DVD.

According to Author John Potash, Death Row Records was a sham—a front company that was filled with police officers working to stifle the creative genius Tupac Shakur from distributing his message of activism.

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Video: “Jew York” | 2010 Remake

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[Via: Impulse Magazine]

Are you one of those people who love getting high? Some say you can only get high using illegal methods involving drugs and stuff – we’re going to show you how wrong they are! Here, we show you 10 easy, legal ways to get a natural high

Get gossiping

Plenty of scientific evidence suggests that gossiping amongst human beings is equivalent to social grooming – the activity which bonds apes and monkeys.

Evidence overwhelmingly shows that this sort of behavior releases a fair amount of endorphins – natural hormones which make people feel warm and happy.

One study also reveals that gossiping is a primary need which gives us a natural high. Moreover, gossiping is absolutely essential for our physical and psychological well-being.

Many leading anthropologists also believe that human beings innately need to bond which probably explains why over 60% of all conversation is gossip.

Have sex

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Video: 2 Year Old | 40 Cigarettes A Day Baby

Ardi Rizal, 2, smokes two packs of cigarettes a day. The Sumatran toddler was first given a cigarette when he was just 18 months old.

A startling video on YouTube showing a 2-year old boy smoking cigarettes made headlines around the world yesterday. Even more concerning is the boy’s unconcerned father, stating that he “looks healthy”.

The boy, Ardi Rizal, was only 18 months old when he smoked his first cigarette, and it was his father who gave it to him. In Indonesia, it is a growing trend for young children to “light-up”. Statistics show that 25% of children aged three to 15 have tried smoking cigarettes. Rizal is so addicted, that he smokes up to 40 cigarettes a day. His parents cite that he cries and throws tantrums if he cannot smoke. He even beats his head against the wall and claims of being dizzy if he is not able to smoke.

Although his father is not concerned about his health, the truth is, it is already hard for the boy to run around keep up with other children. Local officials have offered to buy the family a new car if he quits, but even that cannot stop the boy.

The chairman of the child protection agency in Indonesia partially blames advertising. Other officials believe if they can cut down on advertising, it will cut down on this growing epidemic of children smoking. Chairman Seto Mulyadi also states ‘A law to protect children and passive smokers should be introduced immediately in this country’.

With Indonesia being the world’s third-largest tobacco producing country, it will be difficult to pass the laws needed to prevent young children from smoking.

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