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Lindsay Lohan Goes To Jail

Lindsay Lohan Goes To Jail
Lindsay Lohan Goes To Jail

Lindsay Lohan has recently begun a 90 day jail sentence, stemming from a July 6, 2010 Probation Revocation Hearing. The sentence also includes a 90 day rehab stay, after her release.

The once child fashion model has made a great career for herself throughtout the years. Her debut, at the age of eleven, in the Disney film, Parent Trap was only the beginning.

The model, actress, pop-singer and song-writer has accomplished performances between 2003-2005 in films such as: Mean Girls, Herbie Fully Loaded, and Freaky Friday. She also appeared in a few independent films: Emilio Estevez's "Bobby" and Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion".

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Falsely Accused

1231735_thumb_print_1Approximately 7 miles from our nation's capital, on March 31, 2010,  a drive-by shooting took place leaving four people dead and five others wounded. South Capitol Street has seen it's share of violence, as well as the eastern part of Washington, DC.

People were congregated on the front stoop of an apartment building, having just returned from a funeral at about 7:30 p.m. when a silver Chrysler minivan pulled up and shots rang out. Shortly after, a police chase began through Prince George County in Maryland , where it ended in the 700th block of Yuma Street SE. During the chase an AK-47 type weapon was seen thrown from the vehicle and other weapons were recovered inside.

Orlando Carter and Nathaniel Simms, both 26, were arrested when the chase came to a halt. The driver, an alleged 14 year old was

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Black Man! Daddy!

400643_uncle_and_nephewI want to start out by saying that this is my article filled with things I have seen through my eyes.  I want to thank everyone that participated in the part one of Black Man.  I was going to write about enablers and the black man but I will save that for part three.

GOD LOVED YOU SO MUCH THAT HE MADE YOU A DAD!

There are so many sisters with families. The most important person missing from a lot of these families is daddy. I drive transit buses for a living and for most of the month; you see a majority of women and children. When the first week of the month rolls around, DADDY”S HOME! He’s grocery shopping with his family, getting new clothes and shoes at the mall, his woman is paying HIS bus fare and all is good. When that week is over you don’t see him anymore.

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