Posted on May 10th, 2013 No comments
One person wounded in
Will anyone be arrested this time?
Please check back later today.
Posted on May 7th, 2013 7 comments
LNP BLINKS … AND LIES!Only recently, footage from a camera on the 500 block of South Christian Street helped lead to the arrest of Keith Hall following a shooting.
From this morning’s Intell editorial, “Cameras don’t blink,” (click here).This is a lie. Keith Hall is the one who was shot and no one has been arrested for it. It turned out that Hall was a fugitive from New Jersey and he was arrested after being shot twice in the leg, but the cameras obviously had nothing to do with that.In fact, from their own newspaper story, “Police: Man shot here wanted in N.J. crime,” this is their word-for-word story (click here):
Hall was arraigned on the fugitive from justice charge Tuesday by District Judge Isaac Stoltzfus and committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $1 million bail.
He will be arraigned on the other charges at a later date, Switzer [Lancaster city police Capt. Kent Switzer] said.
No one else has been taken into custody related to the shooting, he said. Police hope the release of a photograph of Hall will lead to helpful tips from the public.
“We want to run the picture to cause anyone who knows about him or about the shooting to give us a call,” Switzer said.
“We definitely need more help.”
Shortly before 10 p.m. Monday, officers went to the 500 block of South Christian Street for a report of shots fired. No evidence of a shooting was found at that time.
But shortly before 10:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to Lancaster General Hospital for a man who had been shot twice in his leg, Switzer said.
The man gave police officers a false identification, but they later learned he was actually Hall and that he was wanted in New Jersey.
Hall described being near Woodward and South Christian streets after an altercation with another person, Switzer said.
Police on Monday night said footage from Lancaster Community Safety Coalition cameras showed a fight in the 500 block of South Christian Street involving six or seven people.
Switzer said he did not have any other information about the fight.
It also wasn’t clear if Hall made his way to the hospital on foot or if he was taken there in a vehicle, he said.
Switzer did not know any details about the robbery in New Jersey.
City police ask anyone with information about Hall and/or the shooting to contact them at 735-3300. Callers do not have to provide their names.
So the cameras caught a fight between six or seven people and the police haven’t arrested his shooter and the pictures have not been released to the public for help in finding his shooter. In other words, the cameras did absolutely nothing! And somehow the police thought releasing Hall’s photo would help (it would have been released anyway because it’s his booking shot for being arrested) but releasing the photos they claim were actually caught by the Lancaster Community Safety Coalition cameras would not?
This is a disgrace by the police and a blatant lie by the Lancaster Newspapers. This is despicable!
There are other falsehoods in this editorial and I will come back to them tomorrow.
Posted on May 7th, 2013 4 comments
The scene outside the Village Nightclub in February of this year.
There remains a problem with the comments which I will address later today and hopefully resolve – but your comments do come through – for some reason they don’t show up so I’ll put this question here with my response:
I’m confused. Is this a second stabbing? There was a stabbing reported in the paper that happened on the first block of E Fulton St on Saturday….multiple stab wounds and victim recovering at LGH.
No, this video is from February but it gives you a sense of what happens at the nightclub on a regular basis from what I’m told. The stabbing you’re talking about is the “breaking news” immediately below. I hope to have an updaate on his condition later today.
Posted on May 6th, 2013 3 comments
*** BREAKING NEWS ***
OUTSIDE THE VILLAGE NIGHTCLUBThis is what is known at this time - a young man was stabbed seven times, at least once in the neck outside the Village Nightclub as they were closing very early Saturday morning. The man is in Lancaster General Hospital and had a breathing tube removed yesterday. He had surgery and it looks like he will recover from the life-threatening wounds. LIP News knows his identity but is withholding his name at this time.The Lancaster City Police were at the scene Saturday morning. Why hasn’t this been covered by the local media and why hasn’t an arrest been made?There will be much more tomorrow.
Posted on May 2nd, 2013 No comments
Wednesday night, he [Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman] called the case “utterly sickening,” and said that by making no effort to get medical help for her child, LaFleur “guaranteed his fate.”From the LNP article, “Police: McCaskey student, 19, gave birth in school bathroom and discarded baby in trash can,” (click here).Is this the way you try to show that Lancaster County is tough on crime, DA Stedman? By putting a 19-year-old girl in jail on a million dollar bond for what is currently a misdemeanor?You find this “utterly sickening,” DA Stedman?Do you find the brutal slashing death of 83-year-old Erma Kaylor in her home “utterly sickening,” DA Stedman? Do you find it “utterly sickening” that almost a year after her murder no one has been charged and her killer is still on the street?Do you find the horrific arson death of Olga Sanchez-Reyes, “utterly sickening,” DA Stedman? Do you find it “utterly sickening” that well over two years after her murder no one has been charged and her killer is still on the street?As the chief law enforcement officer in Lancaster County, DA Stedman, do you find it “utterly sickening” that there are sixteen unsolved murders in the city of Lancaster in six-and-one-half years? Do you find it “utterly sickening” that there are sixteen killers loose on the street?This comment was posted on Lancaster Online under the story:A baby is dead. A young girl in prison – with $1 million bail. She needs help in ways we cannot understand. Instead of bashing her – as a believer – I will pray for her.Thank you!Tomorrow - the horrific case of child abuse of a new-born baby and what District Attorney Craig Stedman did about that.
Posted on May 1st, 2013 3 comments
* A friend has questioned whether DNA testing has been done – noting some marked physical differences between the various photos.
AN AMAZING ENDING!
Oh, my lord! Like all of you, I am riveted by every detail emerging about Brenda Heist who disappeared eleven years ago from Lititz. This story will most likely go national and rightly so. I hope she finds the help she needs and her family and children can adapt and adjust!
Coverage is everywhere – click here for WGAL-TV.
Posted on April 30th, 2013 No comments
I HAVE A DREAM?
On May 13th of last year, I printed the below story with the pictures in the morning and the obvious answer in the afternoon (click here). For almost ten years I have talked about the racism in hiring at the Lancaster Newspapers. On September 3 of 2008, a day before then Presidential candidate Barack Obama came to Lancaster, I ran a “Find a Minority at LNP” contest. I said as part of the contest:
We will find out how well the Lancaster Newspapers have followed and obeyed the 1964 Federal Civil Rights Act. We will find out, 44 years later, to what extent they have integrated their newsrooms, followed the law, followed human decency and the need for their employees to reflect the community they report on.
Needless to say it was a trick – there were none and are none now.
Their racism is evident in the Lancaster Police Department, the Courts, the DA’s Office and even the juries in Lancaster County remaining lily white just like their staff.
Please see this morning’s post and their unbelievable editorial. I’ll be in front of the Lancaster Newspaper office at 8 West King Street on May 18th. Join me if you can!
WHAT‘S GOING ON?
I’ll keep this simple today and come back another day with far more detail.
The below are Lancaster Newspaper “correspondents” for their 17 community sites based on School Districts. There are 28 total correspondents, not counting duplications from one site to another or any already on the LNP staff. They are all white.
There are four different people named to call for advertising on the sites – they are the three at the far right of the second row – Carla Good, Aaron Sullivan and Sean O’Donnell, and the bottom row far left – Jeff Alboum. Needless to say, they are all white as well.
Add these to the editorial staffs of the Intell/New Era (54) and the Sunday News (27), and you have a total of 113 on staff. One of these is a minority. After all, they need someone who speaks and writes Spanish to edit LaVoz, now don’t they?
Have you seen the U.S. census figures for Lancaster County and the City of Lancaster? By golly, something just ain’t right here! What do you think is going on?
WHO ARE THEY?
Do you know who they are? Have a great Mother’s Day and check back later.
Posted on April 24th, 2013 1 comment
* I was so excited today – I heard an email come in – it was a comment to this site – I came here and approved it and it showed up right away! Maybe there’s a website fairy out there or maybe my host is checking their error logs or maybe it was a fluke.
I haven’t mentioned the comments or this site for several days now because nobody wants to read that it’s not working. I’ve been publishing with my fingers crossed for the last week and had given up on the comments.
All of that will hopefully be corrected shortly and then I have some major announcements to make.
Now, I’m going to cross my fingers and hit publish and I will be back tomorrow.
I am re-running the below story from March 28, 2012:
Contrary to conventional thinking, county court sentences follow state guidelines and don’t discriminate against minorities, a new study shows.
By Jack Brubaker
Originally Published Feb 14, 2005 13:42
Many people think Pennsylvania judges, including those here, sock minority defendants with terms far longer than the ones whites receive.
But contrary to those perceptions, Lancaster County judges sentence most criminals within state guidelines and show no bias against minorities.
If anything, local judges may be slightly tougher on white defendants.
These are some of the conclusions of a careful examination of criminal sentencing in Lancaster County conducted by the Lancaster New Era and Millersville University.
(Click here to read the entire article.)
I was so astounded when I read this article in February of 2005 that I picked up the phone and called Jack Brubaker. And I found out the whole premise of this article is a lie – a huge lie told by Jack and the editors and owners of the Lancaster Newspapers.
Posted on April 21st, 2013 No comments
RACE FOR JUSTICE? – 2
He was in jail almost two years prior to his trial?
Meanwhile, IIRC, there was a guy in Manheim (or maybe Mt. Joy) a few years ago who was shooting downtown. I believe they gave him a ticket and sent him on his way. Wish I could remember more about that incident.
This comment came in yesterday under “HOW DID HE PLEAD?” below.
Did you mean the one below from July of 2008? Reading it all over again, I’m even more shocked! One of his shots shattered a window and a five-month-old baby was cut by the glass!
My coverage of this began with the below article and there is more on this unbelievable event in this archive.
Who is James M. Swarr and who does he know? He got another DUI in September of 2012 and it looks like it’s still in the court system!
There will be more tomorrow and also a look at Tom Murse’s “Editorially Speaking” column in today’s Sunday News. Tom tells us there’s a lot more online than in print these days! Oh, really, Tom? Some things are strangely missing…
~ And No One is Dead! ~
LUCKY HE’S WHITE!
“He was careless in judgment,” said Sgt. Thomas Rudzinski, public information officer for Manheim Township police. “He didn’t mean to hurt anyone.”
Today’s front page Sunday News article, “Infant is hurt by potshot,” (click here).
Your understanding is really sweet, Sgt. Rudzinski! It was just a careless moment? He didn’t mean to hurt anyone? That’s nice, because the article says this:
James M. Swarr, 40, of the 6300 block of Carpenter Street, East Petersburg, was arrested after police determined he had been firing a .22 caliber rifle and a shotgun toward and across Graystone Road, including at a junction box on a utility pole. One of the bullets shattered the car window, police said.
Can you imagine if Swarr was black or Hispanic? Can you even begin to imagine? Apparently Swarr will be getting a summons in the mail. Unbelievable.
Posted on April 20th, 2013 2 comments
LNP LIKES MIKE!
For more than a decade, Sturla [long-time House of Representatives Member Mike Sturla] has contended that municipalities that rely solely on state police coverage should pay their fair share.
…Sturla’s bill is one of several in the Legislature aimed at equalizing police coverage costs. It does not shortchange municipalities; it merely says the money these freeloading municipalities pay into the liquid fuels tax should be used to cover the cost of state police protection.
From today’s LNP editorial, “End the freeloading,” (click here).The Lancaster Newspapers like Mike Sturla! He has been one of the biggest boosters of their own freeloading project – the convention center/hotel!And I’ve read this piece several times and still don’t understand a word of it but more than ten years is a long time to try to push a piece of legislation! And, of course, it’s so ironic that it involves the police because Mike has been utilizing their resources and that of the courts to deal with his own son, Peter Sturla (click here for “TROUBLE IN THE HOUSE! – 4″)!But the Lancaster Newspapers have purposely ignored the criminal charges filed by Mike and Nicole Sturla against their son. Remember when then New Era editor Ernie Schreiber was running front page headlines about former Coroner Gary Kirchner and his alleged abuse of guinea pigs (click here for “Vets: Guinea pigs too crowded”)? But they won’t cover criminal charges against a long-time politician’s son!And they won’t cover Mike Sturla gathering wood in his red socks! What is known about this situation is as follows:—- On April 14th of this year a tractor-trailer knocked down a huge tree limb in the 200 block of West Chestnut Street at approximately four o’clock in the afternoon.—- Mke Sturla owns the properties at 202 and 204 West Chestnut Street and uses them as rental properties.—- Mike got wind of the downed limb somehow and showed up at the scene at about nine o’clock in his truck.—- Mike was not wearing shoes. He was wearing a pair of red socks and walked through piles of wood chips to move huge logs from the sidewalk to his truck.—- He made multiple long trips when he could have pulled his truck up next to the pile of logs.—- An observer of this situation states that Mike “seemed out of it.”—- There is no possible explanation for this behavior except drinking, drugs or early stage dementia or any combination of the three.—- This bizarre scene was caught on video and LNP actually has the video of Mike under its story with no explanation of who is carrying the wood in his red socks (click here and page down to see the video below the brief story).—- It is unknown at this time if Mike had a legal right to take the wood and, therefore, he may have been freeloading!—- The Lancaster Newspapers have chosen to purposely ignore this exceedingly strange episode by an elected member of the House of Representatives.—- The next candidate to run against Mike should use this video non-stop in their campaign!—- Peter Sturla may be able to use the video as part of his defense strategy!TO BE CONTINUED…
Posted on April 17th, 2013 1 comment
* This has been another frustrating day of trying to restore workability to this site for both my posting and receiving your comments. The comments seem to be working and getting through although the sender is not receiving verification of that. Publishing remains an issue for me and I continue to work on it
Thank you for your patience!
RACE FOR JUSTICE?
It was last Friday that this story appeared in the Lancaster Newspapers, “Lancaster teen gets 4 1/2 to 9 years for killing his neighbor,” (click here).
How does Stephen Bedford’s sentence compare to others who have been sentenced for murder in the last several years?
I’ll take a look later today.
Posted on April 15th, 2013 1 comment
HOW DO WE STOP THIS?
Another tragedy – at the Boston Marathon. This is too awful for words. I used to wait anxiously for the first picture of the perpetrator to hit the web in the recent mass killings – to see if the face offered any kind of clue. There have now been far too many. I dread seeing the first picture.
Our thoughts are with those in Boston today.
Posted on April 14th, 2013 No comments
BRUTE FORCE ATTACK?
This is my second test to see if everything is “working” with this site - whatever that means! As you can imagine, I have quite a list of things to say since I have been silenced for (gasp!) two-and-one-half days! I believe I have ten new gray hairs! It’s late in the day but hopefully, hopefully I will be back bright and early tomorrow morning and LNP’s Gil Smart and Barb Hough Roda, among many, better watch out!
Posted on April 11th, 2013 12 comments
My webhost has the following message on their “Help Center:”
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our network, causing sporadic access to all websites. We have been in contact with our uplink provider, and we have been working since last night to resolve the issue. We will post more info once the issue has been corrected. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Posted on April 8th, 2013 13 comments
THROUGH THE LENS?
Philly police post vids everyday to solve crimes.
This message in from a friend with this link to “Phillypolice” on YouTube (thank you). Look at the number of videos the police have put up and the number of views! And i see surveillance videos on the local Philly news almost every night.
So where are the pictures and videos from the Lancaster cameras and why aren’t they being published to the public for help in solving crime after crime? Do the cameras work?
In the next few weeks and months there are several topics I plan to explore in great depth and the cameras and why the public is not seeing any photos is at the top of my list.
And speaking of the cameras, “investigative” reporter Gil Smart in his big Sunday News feature on parking tickets, didn’t listen to what any of the people he interviewed were saying! They do not feel safe in the city parking garages and I wouldn’t park there at night to save my soul! (Click here for Smart’s ridiculous sidebar article, “‘Residential district’ key to permit.”)
From my article in January, “FOUR DAYS IN THE LOGS!” there is this from January 16, 2013 (click here):
LANCASTER: Clothing, cash and a GPS unit were among items taken overnight Saturday from four vehicles parked in the King Street Parking Garage, 20 E. King St. Some vehicles also were damaged. Total loss was about $950.
I see this type of thing in the police logs all the time! Aren’t there cameras in those garages? Why aren’t we seeing those pictures? Has anyone been arrested?
Have any of the crimes in my article from January been solved? Has anyone been arrested? What the hell is going on?
How is that “improving quality of life” doing, Mayor Gray?
WHERE IS THE
CAMERA FOOTAGE?Lancaster already has more surveillance cameras watching public spaces than any other city in Pennsylvania.
With a proposed expansion of the Lancaster Community Safety Coalition, there could be more cameras watching over Lancaster City than any other city its size in the nation.
Sixty cameras, watched 14 hours a day by the nonprofit entity, routinely help police and emergency personnel break up fights, respond to accidents and fires and apprehend fleeing suspects.
From the May 30, 2008 LNP article, “Security cameras: doubling up,” (click here).Fatta [Detective James Fatta] said no bullet casings were found at the scene. He said police processed the area for other evidence, including DNA.
He said all indications are that the store was targeted, and he said he doesn’t believe there’s a danger to the public.
Authorities don’t believe Saturday’s robbery and shooting is related to the shooting last week of the owner of Karved Creations Barber Shop at 401 E. King St. During that incident, a lone gunman entered the store shortly before 9 p.m., shot the owner in the legs and fled. There was no robbery attempt.
From the LNP article, “Police seek suspect in Saturday shooting,” (click here).Where is the camera foortage from these two shootings and why hasn’t it been released to the public? Why? Do these things even work?Why hasn’t the camera footage been released to the public, Mayor Gray? Why?And there’s no danger to the public, Detective Fatta? Is that supposed to be a joke?Please check back later today.
Posted on April 5th, 2013 No comments
Oh, yes it is!
Please check back later today for all of yesterday’s developments!
Posted on April 4th, 2013 10 comments
THE JURY HAS A VERDICT – TO BE READ AT 4:30! THE JURY HAD A QUESTION REGARDING THE THIRD CHARGE OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND RETURNED WITH A VERDICT FIVE MINUTES LATER. THE JUDGE IS RETURNING TO THE COURTHOUSE FOR THE VERDICT.Posted on April 4th, 2013 No comments
The third charge of aggravated assault is what the jury asked the Judge to define. It is the lowest of the charges and means putting the officer in potential or imminent danger.
Posted on April 4th, 2013 No comments
“THIS WHOLE CASE
IS BASED ON A SOUND.“
Defense attorney Sam Stretton in his closing statement to the jury this morning.
Carl Dixon testified in his own defense first thing this morning in his attempted homicide trial and both attorneys gave their closing statements. Judge Reinaker will charge the jury following the lunch break and then they will begin their deliberations.
Posted on April 1st, 2013 4 comments
THE GOOD &
Congratulations to Dave Porter and Tornado Alley! Today is their 10th anniversary!
I didn’t think there was anything possibly worse than seeing Marv Adams’ face staring back at me from the Sunday News until yesterday – when it happened with this picture of Ernie Schreiber. Send this lying, dangerous hypocrite back into retirement - now!
Please check back later today.
Posted on March 30th, 2013 11 comments
TROUBLE IN THE HOUSE! – 3
Affidavit of Probable Cause filed 2-21-2013 by Sergeant Ray M. Corll of the Lancaster City Bureau of Police against Peter Alexander Sturla.
At approximately 1555 hrs. 16 Feb (Sat) 2013 said defendant did take a replacement lock set belonging to his father, Mike Sturla. Mr. Sturla had purchased the lock set for the intended purpose of denying his son, said defendant, access to his residence.
Mr. Sturla had begun installing the lock set on the back door. During an interruption in the work, he locked the back storm door with a common door and frame hook.
Said defendant did pull on the storm door, pulling the hook and/and or eye from the door and/or frame. Said defendant then, did take the lock set with the intent of preventing his father from changing the locks, thus denying his father from preventing his access into the residence.
This violation did occur within the city and county of Lancaster Pennsylvania. Said defendant is charged, via summons, with theft by unlawful taking based on information received that is believed to be true and correct.
According to the Affidavit, this occurred on February 16th but the Affidavit has a typed in “Date Filed” of February 21st. However, The “Police Criminal Complaint” which precedes it has a hand signed “Date Filed” of February 28th and the received date stamp on the document is also dated February 28th.
His mother, Nicole Sturla filed her complaint on February 19th and that Affidavit states the crime occurred on February 19th (see the story below on this site). So, I am going to try to piece all of this together early next week before his preliminary hearing on both sets of charges scheduled for April 4, 2013.
And on top of that, there’s an interesting twist with the lawyer his mother used previously to evict Peter Sturla from her home for unpaid rent. Wow! What a mess and a tangled web those Sturla’s weave!
The comments on this site are back open and will remain so. You still do not have to fill in your “name” or an email address to comment.
This is what happened last Friday: “The Crow” a/k/a “BRAND NEWCROW” twice during the day sent in extremely long comments every minute totaling more than 200 comments. The huge size of the comment folder caused the screen to freeze and I could not get in to access comments.
He did not try to hide his identity and many of his early comments talked about crashing my site and were filled with nonsense code and then he switched to just holding down one letter for each comment.
The only way I could fix this was by going to the strongest computer I know and opening each email (at the time I received an email for every comment) and putting it individually into my spam folder. This process took several hours until I could re-access my comment page.
Yesterday, a 20 something Word Press guru fixed the problem. There is now a spam filter that stores suspected spam off my actual site. He assures me any future comments such as the Crow’s will immediately be identified as spam and sent to that folder. Obviously his IP has also been blocked; however, internet stalkers can change their IPs at the same rate you and I blink.
The bottom line – this should make no difference to the way you comment and if you have any trouble please send me an email or try again to comment as I can retrieve and review those sent directly to spam and I will for the first several months. The only caution is the number of links in a comment because that is a huge indication of spam. Please limit any links to two and if you want to send more then send them in a separate comment.
This was much needed and the Crow actually pushed me into doing it so I guess in one sense I should be thankful . I am getting over 150 spam comments a day (viagra, penis enlargement, etc., all the “good ones,” as the guru said ) and the time it took to delete not only the emails but the spam itself was getting overwhelming. These comments are now being sent directly to spam and I don’t receive an email for those! Life is good!
Finally today, LIP News begins a new feature, “The stupidest thing said on the internet this week!” The outstanding winner of this week’s “contest” is washed-up watchdog and “Facebook King,” Ron Harper, Jr.
A day ago Harper posted:
FB wants me to promote them? Ok here goes…. check out FB people! You’ll love it!
To which a person replied (I hope tongue-in-cheek):
Did they pay you to promote them?
And Harper returned with this:
They should with all the hits I bring them!
Think about this! Delusional much, Harper?
LIP News will not publish tomorrow. Have a great Easter and I will come back to Matthew Scott Becker’s sentencing on Monday.
Posted on March 29th, 2013 2 comments
LET THE DISCUSSION BEGIN!
Comments are open for the last five stories and will be open under all new stories! Yippee! We’ll see if this old dog learned a new trick or two!
Posted on March 25th, 2013 No comments
Have we been snowed again? Yes, the Lancaster Newspapers and Mother Nature have done it again! Dang!
Please check back later today.
Posted on March 24th, 2013 No comments
* I leave believing that local newspapers have a good future, both in print and online.
Warren Buffett, the famed investor who has been buying newspapers, recently said:
“There is no substitute for a local newspaper that is doing its job.”Also from Marv’s “goodbye” column today (see below for the link).You see, the problem is, Marv, that the Lancaster Newspapers did not and are not doing their job! Tomorrow I’m going to tell you all the reasons for that starting with your front page story today, “Gang activity down in city, police say.”And then we have Robert Field. Yep, the Robert Field who is rerunning the only good series he has done in his numerous years behind NewsLanc.com, the convention center series which deeply implicates the Lancaster Newspapers and their investment in the project, and he says this about Marvelous Marv (click here):WATCHDOG: What an incalculable loss to Lancaster! The Sunday News under Marv Adam’s editorship has long been a genuine reason for local pride. Adams has been to Lancaster journalism what Walter Cronkite and Edward R Murrow were to national journalism: In Marv’s fairness we trusted, with very few glitches over a long and distinguished career.
I will ask again: What planet are you from, Field? It was Marv who told the public his bosses’ convention center wouldn’t fail unless a huge volcano erupted in Pequea! It was Marv who every week counted the days in office of the County Commissioners because they opposed his bosses’ convention center. It was Marv who ran nasty personal attacks against then Commissioner Molly Henderson because she opposed his bosses’ convention center.And that is the one and only locally reported topic of your online “news” website and you are going to compare Marv, the man with no journalism ethics and a liar to boot, with Walter Cronkite and Edward Murrow? You’re just as pathetic as Marv!
This morning, as the Sunday paper is being printed, I will walk away after nearly 44 years with Lancaster Newspapers and retire.
Marv Adams in his column today, “Writing -30- on a career,” (click here).
Yes, I remember typing -30- at the end of my stories for Marv. Adios, Marv!
This site suffered a cyber attack this weekend, and as a result, I have no choice but to shut down the comments for a few days. This will be temporary until the appropriate legal action has been taken against this previously convicted stalker and harasser.
Thank you for your patience.
Posted on March 22nd, 2013 1 comment
CAN I PLAY?
It’s been a day of internet stalkers, harassers and law enforcement for me. So when I saw this picture on the Lancaster Central Market Facebook page (click here), I perked up a bit. Who are these people? Well, I found their convention website and it says this (click here):
Since 2006, Zenkaikon has been sponsoring an annual celebration of anime, comics, games, science fiction, and fandom!
Well, alrighty then! Maybe I’ll join! First the Zenkaikons and then come the clowns! I needed a pick-me-up!
Have a great Friday and back to serious news tomorrow!