Yeah, by Googling, some site linked to the original Facebook post which has many more photos. facebook.com/sportexitaly Where you can see the fish is much smaller and thinner than it looks here. Look at the one where he has it across his lap in the boat, and it does look more like 280 pounds. There’s even a picture of the scale they were using to take the weight.
 February 24, 2015 at 4:02am
You had already forgotten about it, but the NY Times didn’t, then today even CNBC and Bloomberg had stories about it. How is this related to business for them to carry stories about it? It’s not, but that’s how much they’re trying to make a story out of a non-story.
 February 19, 2015 at 10:46pm
One important thing. It is very likely she knew how to shoot and didn’t just get lucky. But even if she was lucky, that’s not a good plan. Practice, practice, practice.
 February 19, 2015 at 10:29pm
I think it is more to give Williams a pass. As if everyone does it so it is no big deal. They’re losing Jon Stewart as a mouthpiece, so they need as much media help as they can get going into 2016.
Maybe if their defensive players weren't so concerned with the way balls feel, the outcome might have been different?
 August 20, 2014 at 4:00pm
What “info”? They clearly knew he had an orbital fracture that day, and his version of events. Plus the testimony of eyewitnesses. It just wasn’t released to the media.
The real problem is the Police Chief or whoever the head guy is, was awful in understanding and making clear what was believed at that time. He did not get absolute clarity and was not good in being clear in responses to questions. And then the media botched the reporting. Such as whether the officer knew about the robbery or not. From the press conference video, the Chief said uncertain, and the media said “did not know” because they mixed up when the Chief was answering a question on the initial conversation only, not during the entire event. Clear as day from the press conference video, and the media completely misreported it for about a day. Then that morphed to may not have known, after someone probably pointed out they blew the initial interpretation.
Basically the media has screwed up like it has screwed up all kinds of stories. And that police department is very inexperienced in dealing with media. Not a good combo.
This buffoon of a police chief may have just cost the citizens a lot of money to make the merchants whole again. An enterprising law firm should be hustling up a class action suit against the city and police department.
"The real problem is the Police Chief or whoever the head guy is, was awful in understanding and making clear what was believed at that time. He did not get absolute clarity and was not good in being clear in responses to questions. And then the media botched the reporting."
I do cut them a bit of slack because any situation like this is highly confusing with so many different stories being spun. People in general need to keep that in mind. That's why we have the system we do and why it put an end to lynch mobs. But apparently too many people have forgotten what that was like and seem to want to go back.
 June 30, 2014 at 11:58pm
Why do these liars keep talking about access, when no access is being restricted? It is because they are liars, or that so many fall for it? Or both?
I've watched it about 10 times... I just can't help it... I ain't ashamed to admit it. The guys hand probably hurts like he11, though.
 June 28, 2014 at 6:37pm
The right thing to do is push for special prosecutors where there is something that can be investigated, like the IRS and VA. And also highlight the situation at the border. Those would result in concrete findings, and maybe some people in jail. This, on the other hand, will not go anywhere. Even if judges agree, there is nothing that they can order from Boehner’s lawsuit. They don’t have enforcement authority. The only thing that could be done is impeachment, which gets back to square 1.
No. There are actually 2 things that the House can do:
1. impeach heads of corrupt - DOJ, EPA, IRS: get dems supporting them while the majority of people would support
2. House has power of purse - need to use it to either defund or reduce DOJ, EPA. and IRS. Where is the budget money going if not following the law
You think Holder would do anything that would reflect poorly on his messiah?
 June 25, 2014 at 7:45pm
Cavuto is right. Special prosecutor for the IRS investigation and an investigation into the actions of the VA administrators can actually get results quickly. Same with other areas like investigation of what’s going on at the southern border.
No court will decide quickly when it comes to issues of Pres. authority. It is just too significant an issue to decide soon. Plus what is the remedy if a court agrees that there has been overreach?
The real impact would come from putting people in jail over the IRS and VA issues. That would send a signal to the entire federal bureaucracy.
Eric Holder appointing a special prosecutor???? Don't hold your breath.
 June 24, 2014 at 9:34pm
Best spokesperson in the world couldn’t fix the incoherent policies. She’s the perfect illustration of how clueless they are.
 June 24, 2014 at 9:17pm
What a joke. How about a special prosecutor for the things that can actually get results? This is just a stunt, that will take forever in court, which is why he’s doing it rather than something serious.
June 24, 2014 at 8:23pm
At minimum, I hope he buys a clue from getting this challenge. But better he just lose.
 June 24, 2014 at 7:55pm
Police release photos of people of interest all the time. Why is that ok while a shop owner can’t? Or should he say person of interest on the sign instead?
Exactly. So the US Post Office should be sued as well. They post similar photos on the wall in every location. Crimestoppers should be sued, they do the same thing. America's most wanted is besmirching the good name of thousands. Stupid laws and stupid lawyers.
 June 24, 2014 at 7:54pm
He’s from San Francisco so I assume that’s where it happened, and it was a liquor store. Probably in an higher cost area of the city.
 June 24, 2014 at 7:50pm
Lawyers can say no to cases. Happens every day.
June 11, 2014 at 4:07pm
Skynet, here we come. Sub meter satellites and self driving cars, plus a better profile of their users than the NSA can put together. Unlike Skynet, google will be able to find you without needing flesh covered androids.
Kind of reminds me of some movie. I just can't put a name to it something like terminal insanity or termites take over the world.
 June 11, 2014 at 3:52pm
Gee, thanks for that. And what of those 5 guys? Are they somehow not dangerous whether or not the “trust” was broken with Congress? Only the politicians care about the “trust”. The rest of us don’t want people getting killed by these guys.
June 10, 2014 at 3:03am
Except that per the mother she referenced Slenderman in her writings and maybe online and not a FPS game. Why try to make this about something else?