Transgender toxic tush victim Rajee Narinesingh shows off new face
A transgender woman who had her face horribly damaged after it was injected with cement and tire sealant stepped out on Sunday showing off a new look. Rajee Narinesingh was one of the victims of 'toxic tush' doctor Oneal Ron Morris, who performed ...
April 15, 2015
Ricky Gervais Mocks Giraffe-Killing Hunter After She Says She Has 'No Regrets'
In fact, she lists quite an laundry list of kills: a ten-and–half foot brown bear, black bear, shiras moose, alaskan moose, dall sheep, stone sheep, desert bighorn ram, rocky mountain bighorn ram, mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, mountain goat, antelope ...
April 17, 2015
Princeton man wins Grief Relief's backyard makeover
•Second prize: Julie Budde, Fond du Lac, Howard Miller grandfather clock (donated by Murray Furniture). •Third prize: Joan Kornitz, Eden, Disney trip for two (donated by Southwest Airlines & Walt Disney World Florida). •Fourth prize: Jerry Golla, Fond ...
May 23, 2015
Wetlands requires state OK on land sale
If it's not, the DNR can stop the 30-day clock once to request additional information. -The DNR has 15 days from the "date of closure" to put out a "Notice of Pending Application". -Either the public or the DNR can request a public hearing within 20 ...
March 14, 2015
Are wildfires COOLING Earth? Forest blazes make the landscape reflect sunlight ...
They can burn with intense heat that destroys swathes of habitat in just a few hours and throws out huge clouds of thick black smoke. But it seems that despite this pollution, forest fires may actually be helping to cool the planet. Scientists have ...
February 17, 2015
France 1-0 England
France nibble a few more seconds off the clock with Louisa Necib giving way to Claire Lavogez. No major tactical rejig, be down to 10 players. An elbow to the face is a red card offence. . Getty Images. It is still raining moose and elk out ...
May 26, 2015
Have bears learnt to FOLLOW hunters to steal their prey?
In one encounter already tracked by the Montana team, as a group of hunters moved around a lake in search of elk a nearby GPS-collared grizzly starts moving in the same direction behind and to the side of the hunters — probably downwind of them....
November 24, 2014
A transgender woman who had her face horribly damaged after it was injected with cement and tire sealant stepped out on Sunday showing off a new look. Rajee Narinesingh was one of the victims of 'toxic tush' doctor Oneal Ron Morris, who performed illegal plastic surgeries using substances such as Fix-a-Flat, Super Glue and mineral oil. , who was born in New York but grew up in Philadelphia, explained when she realized she was a woman in that 2014 interview. I thought about all the things I did when I was growing up - like taking the basketball my dad had bought me and instead of playing basketball with it I was simulating pregnancy and actually pretending to give birth and be a mommy. 'When I used to fantasize about being with guys I used to always picture myself with breasts and a vagina. I didn't realize I was doing it, it was just so natural for me. One day I just connected all the dots and thought "you're not gay, you're transgender. ' And while she knew she was not seeing a licensed surgeon, she was still excited the day she went to see Morris. 'When it finally came to the day, I was more excited than nervous because I was finally going to be the woman I had always wanted to be,' she said. As for Morris, she is now facing manslaughter charges after one of her.
Utah hunter Rebecca Francis posts her many kills on Facebook. After a picture of her lying next to a giraffe that she killed went viral, British comedian and actor Ricky Gervais joined the fray and posted some very firm, anti-hunting tweets on Twitter aimed at Francis. The tweets went viral, with many followers on his side, and many threatened Francis, who admits to being an extreme hunter, winning U. S. reality television series “Extreme Huntress,” according to Metro. She has killed brown bears, moose, zebras, and antelopes. In fact, she lists quite an laundry list of kills: a ten-and–half foot brown bear, black bear, shiras moose, alaskan moose, dall sheep, stone sheep, desert bighorn ram, rocky mountain bighorn ram, mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, mountain goat,... After the huntress posted that she has “no regrets” for her kills, including the one where she lies beaming next to a recently killed giraffe, Ricky Gervais shot back. Instead, in his inimitable comic style, he posted a picture of himself lying next to a bowl of tofu and rice, mocking Francis’ post. In fact, she has, according to UKNW become the hunted, with many enraged posts from animal lovers calling her out. In an interview with “Hunting Life Magazine,” she claimed to have killed the giraffe at the center of the debate out of kindness.
Pictured with the grand prize winner of Agnesian HealthCare’s Grief Relief: Rebuilding Families “One Backyard at a Time” fundraiser are, from left: Sister Joyann Repp, Agnesian HealthCare Hospice Hope bereavement coordinator. Wayne Otto, of Princeton, was drawn as the grand prize winner of Agnesian HealthCare's Grief Relief: Rebuilding Families "One Backyard at a Time" fundraiser through the Agnesian HealthCare Foundation. Otto's grand prize, valued at $4,999 and donated by Stuart's Landscaping & Garden Center, includes a custom landscape construction (softscape) package. Thanks to the fundraiser, Grief Relief will receive more than $21,000. About 240 guests attended the April 18 fundraiser at its new location, the Knights of Columbus Hall. "We appreciate the community's continued support of our Grief Relief program," said Rita Meidam, Agnesian HealthCare Foundation executive director. Agnesian HealthCare's Grief Relief offers free facilitated peer support groups for children, teens, young adults and their families who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. "Grief Relief is truly blessed not only with the individuals who helped make this year's fundraiser a success, but for the countless volunteers who donated their precious time and talents to those individuals in our community who are grieving,"...