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Monday, June 4, 2012

Time to play the final fued


Family Fued star









                                                                     America's TV Hero

Richard Dawson, the longtime "Family Feud" game-show host and "Hogan's Heroes" actor, has died in Los Angeles. He was 79.

His son, Gary Dawson, announced his death via Facebook.

"It is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my father passed away [Saturday] evening from complications due to esophageal cancer. He was surrounded by his family. He was an amazing talent, a loving husband, a great dad and a doting grandfather. He will be missed but always remembered," Gary Dawson wrote.

Richard Dawson was born in England on Nov. 20, 1932. He was perhaps best known for hosting "Family Feud for nine years in the 1970s and 1980s and then again shortly in the 1990s.


According to the Associated Press, the audience gave him a standing ovation during his final show.

"Please sit down. I have to do at least 30 minutes of fun and laughter and you make me want to cry," Dawson said at the time. "I've had the most incredible luck in my career. I never dreamed I would have a job in which so many people could touch me and I could touch them."

The Times will have a full obituary later Sunday.

Felony Frank's to close doors after 3 years

Its name gave it notoriety around the world, but Felony Franks on Chicago's West Side may have to shut down. Jim Andrews, the owner of the criminally-themed hotdog stand at 229 S. Western, tells the Sun-Times that business is declining and he's having problems with a nearby liquor store. Andrews took his theme seriously. Since 2009, he's hired more than a dozen ex-cons to help them get a second start in life, beginning at Felony Franks. Manager Brian Smiley is one of them. Smiley says he doesn't know what he'll do if the restaurant closes its doors, but he's grateful for the opportunity to work there.

From Secondcity

Fathers' Day Mass
From our Chaplains:
•CPD FATHERS' DAY MASS AT GOLD STAR MEMORIAL AND PARK - 10:00 A.M. SUNDAY, 17 JUN 2012

ALL ACTIVE AND RETIRED CPD MEMBERS, CHAPLAINS MINISTRY SUPPORTERS AND FAMILIES ARE WELCOME

Mass will be finished by 10:30 a.m. for the sake of on-duty worshipers

While this is a Catholic Mass, ALL are welcome to come and honor dads whose names are inscribed on the walls of the memorial

Bring lawn chair / blanket ... and if you wish, food for picnic lunch after Mass

IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, call Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain, at 773/550-2369 for status

Ample free parking adjacent to site

www.ChicagoPCM.org

J-Fled Wise video

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Permits to kill Bath Salt infested Flesh eating Zombies

So now the Sarge can go hunting legally for zombies. This will be fun always wanted to kill something dead to see how it would look dead again.







From Lodge 7: 29 shot city wide over the course of this weekend

Another shooting capped another violent weekend in Chicago.
A man was shot in the back late Sunday and another man grazed on the cheek in the Chatham neighborhood. No arrests were made and then men are expected to be OK.
The incident ended the weekend with a total of 29 people injured and three people killed since Friday night. The youngest victim was a 16-year-old boy, reportedly shot and killed during an argument over a stolen bike.
Jamal Lockett, of the 7500 block of South Colfax Avenue, was shot in the chest just before 4 p.m. Saturday. He was pronounced dead early Sunday at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, according to the medical examiner’s office.
Last weekend, 10 people died during the three-day Memorial Day weekend and 41 were hurt in shootings across Chicago.
In an effort to cut down on violence, Chicago hosts a gun turn-in June 23 at nearly two dozen churches throughout the city. Those who drop off a gun will get a $100 gift card, no questions asked.
It's part of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Gang Violence Reduction Strategy, which he said last week "is key to driving down overall crime in Chicago."


Florida is the first State to issue Zombie hunting permits





Pictures below viewer descretion is advised. A drug called Bath Salts causes people to be real zombies. Now the CDC Center for Dessease Control state Zombies don't excist. They are wrong check out these photo's.



Bath Salts Being Used as a Drug




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L.A. P.D. took this before killing him