Criminology was taught by one Buddy Longo, a figure of legend around the halls of SHHS. I have no idea how Buddy was qualified to teach the class, other than the fact that he knew a lot of cops and had a friend who was supposedly some kind of former spy, who came in one day to show us the Zapruder film ("Look how his head comes off! Like the lid of a cookie jar.") Buddy LOVED serial killers, and would enrapture us with stories about Edmund Kemper eating his mother's larynx like he was reading "Make Way for Ducklings" to preschoolers.
According to at least one math-doer, Americans have a total of $826.5 billion in "revolving credit"-largely credit cards. The current estimated total of outstanding student loans, both federal and private? $829.785 billion.
It's the spookiest website in the world, made up (stories about) of terror and spookiness!
TouchMateÃ‚Â® Interactive Solutions today announced that it will bring a new level of protection to our country's innocent and highly touchable children, with its new SchoolDefender™ system! This handy system interrogates all school visitors, checks them against databases (using the PassagePointEDU™ from STOPware™!), and ejects all people from the school that might be on any number of hastily-assembled lists from any number of government or private contractor agencies. How can this not be a good idea?
It rather looks like it's time to turn off the Donald Trump channel. Although he's providing some delightful and much-needed levity in these rather frightening and oh-so-serious times, the fact remains that… HE'S BEHAVING QUITE TERRIBLY. And if it's in service of something, what could that possibly be? Not just the whole warring with the Times thing—which, there is no way the Times should have given him space to air his incorrect views without rebuttal—and freaking out all over, straight-up birther-style, but printing out Vanity Fair blog posts and mailing them to Graydon Carter? He's now a figurehead of a very, very small but very vocal [...]