This would have been one dead cat!!
He ran the husband, dog and son in a closet!! smh Guess he is the man of the house! lol
PORTLAND, Ore. — A crazed cat is behind bars after it attacked a baby and held an Oregon family hostage in a bedroom, forcing them to call 911.
According to KPTV, the ferocious feline — a 22-pound Himalayan named Lux — “went over the edge” Sunday evening after it was punished for scratching a couple’s 7-month-old baby. The baby was not injured.
”He’s got kind of a history of violence,” the caller said, adding that the cat continued to charge whenever they tried to open the door.
When officers arrived on the scene, the fat cat “attempted to flee custody” by running into the kitchen. Police used a dog snare to trap Lux in a crate.
”The cat remained behind bars in the custody of the family, and officers cleared the scene and continued to fight crime elsewhere in the city,” Portland police said in a press release.
The family is still deciding whether to keep Lux, who has been acting “normal” since the incident.
This photo provided by Lee Palmer shows Lux, a 22-pound Himalayan cat that attacked a 7-month-old baby. Portland police had to be called in to subdue the 22-pound house cat that trapped its owners inside their bedroom after attacking their baby.
Good Morning! Have a blessed day! xoxo
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IM NOT SURE I BELIEVE THE PLANE CRASHED
How can a jet disappear? In the ocean, it’s not that hard
A Thai policeman shows a copy of Italian Luigi Maraldi’s stolen passport as he visits the Six Stars Travel for questioning in Pattaya, Chonburi province, Thailand, Monday, March 10, 2014. The agency told police that it had issued the tickets used by the holders of two stolen passports on Flight MH370 last Thursday. The owner said the reservations were placed by another travel agency, Grand Horizon Travel, which in turn told police that it had received the order from the China Southern Airlines office in Bangkok. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — In an age when people assume that any bit of information is just a click away, the thought that a jetliner could simply disappear over the ocean for more than two days is staggering. But Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is hardly the first reminder of how big the seas are, and of how agonizing it can be to try to find something lost in them.
It took two years to find the main wreckage of an Air France jet that plunged into the Atlantic Ocean in 2009. Closer to the area between Malaysia and Vietnam where Saturday’s flight vanished, it took a week for debris from an Indonesian jet to be spotted in 2007. Today, the mostly intact fuselage still sits on the bottom of the ocean.
”The world is a big place,” said Michael Smart, professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Queensland in Australia. ”If it happens to come down in the middle of the ocean and it’s not near a shipping lane or something, who knows how long it could take them to find?”
Amid the confusion, officials involved in the search say the Malaysian jet may have made a U-turn, adding one more level of uncertainty to the effort to find it. They even suggest that the plane could be hundreds of kilometers from where it was last detected.
Aviation experts say the plane will be found – eventually. Since the start of the jet age in 1958, only a handful of jets have gone missing and not been found.
”I’m absolutely confident that we will find this airplane,” Capt. John M. Cox, who spent 25 years flying for US Airways and is now CEO of Safety Operating Systems, said Monday. The modern pace of communications, where GPS features in our cars and smartphones tell us our location at any given moment, has set unreal expectations. ”This is not the first time we have had to wait a few days to find the wreckage.”
Based on what he’s heard, Cox believes it’s increasingly clear that the plane somehow veered from its normal flight path. He said that after the plane disappeared from radar, it must have been ”intact and flew for some period of time. Beyond that, it’s all speculation.” If it had exploded midair along its normal flight path, ”we would have found it by now.”
Malaysian civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, whose agency is leading a multinational effort to find the Boeing 777, said more than 1,000 people and at least 34 planes and 40 ships were searching a radius of 100 nautical miles (115 miles; 185 kilometers) around the last known location of Flight MH370. No signal has been detected since early Saturday morning, when the plane was at its cruising altitude and showed no sign of trouble.
Azharuddin said the search includes northern parts of the Malacca Strait, on the opposite side of the Malay Peninsula and far west of the plane’s last known location. Azharuddin would not explain why crews were searching there, saying, ”There are some things that I can tell you and some things that I can’t.”
Some aviation experts are already calling for airlines to update their cockpit technology to provide a constant stream of data – via satellites – back to the ground. Information about key system operations is already recorded on the flight data and voice recorders – the so-called black boxes – but as this crash shows is not immediately available. Such satellite uplinks would be costly and the benefit is debated.
Just about every major jet to disappear in the modern era has eventually been found. The rare exceptions didn’t involve passengers.
In September 1990, a Boeing 727 owned by Faucett Airlines of Peru was ditched into the North Atlantic after running out of fuel on its way to Miami. The accident was attributed to poor pilot planning and the wreck was never recovered.
More mysterious was the disappearance of another 727 in Africa. It was being used to transport diesel fuel to diamond mines. The owners had numerous financial problems and one day, just before sunset, the plane took off without clearance and with its transponder turned off. It is believed to have crashed in the Atlantic Ocean. One theory, never proven, is that it was stolen so the owner could collect insurance.
”I can’t think of a water crash in the jet age that hasn’t been solved ,” said Scott Hamilton, managing director of aviation consultancy Leeham Co.
The Malaysia Airlines jet had been headed from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The 239 people aboard were mostly from China. In Beijing, passengers’ relatives have complained that the airline has not been forthcoming with information, and that they’ve had to rely on news reports.
Some of those reports, however, have led to dead ends. Those false alarms appeared to leave searchers with little to go on.
The flight ”was very high up in the air early in the morning, when it was still dark,” Azharuddin said. ”We have no witnesses on the ground and nobody on the plane can be contacted. The area is over the sea, so it’s not as easy as that. There are a lot of constraints.”
Whether the plane broke up in midair or crashed into the water, there would be some debris.
If the plane broke up ”for some aerodynamic reason, like the wing fell off or there was a depressurization, there’d be big chunks of wing and fuselage all over the place. So it’d be very unlikely that it would just be destroyed and turned to dust,” said Smart, the aerospace engineering professor.
He added that much of the wreckage may be at the bottom of the sea, which is 50 to 60 meters (165 to 195 feet) deep in the area where the plane was last detected.
The size of the debris field will be one of the first indicators of what happened, aviation experts say. A large, widespread field would signal the plane likely broke apart at a high elevation, perhaps because of a bomb or a massive airframe failure. A smaller field would indicate the plane probably fell intact, breaking up upon impact with the water.
Discovering the debris can take days.
A week after an Adam Air flight carrying 102 people vanished over Indonesian waters on Jan. 1, 2007, an Indonesian navy ship detected metal on the ocean floor. But it would take another two weeks for the U.S. Navy to pick up signals from the flight data and cockpit recorders, and seven months for the boxes to be recovered. The fuselage remains on the ocean floor, and Adam Air is now defunct.
The Malaysian Airlines jet could be less of a challenge than the Adam Air crash in one respect: It was last tracked over much shallower water.
But for now, the mystery is overwhelming.
”It’s hard to imagine what could have caused it with these modern planes,” Smart said.
I love Sevyn Streeter! But what happened to her voice tonight on Arsenio Hall? Twitter went crazy. I think she was nervous.
She seems really nervous (poor thing!!), there’s also nothing on the mic…. they leaked a live performance vocal by beyonce and the amount of reverb on the mic was insane (even though we know she’s amazing live, it helps)
Yes, it’s like she had no help at all. Once she works on her stage performance she should be fine. I hope.
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Soooo cute!! lol
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr I hate this time change! Mr.Sandman didn’t find me tonight.
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Hey Lifers how do y’all feel about this ?
Ludacris Says Custody Battle Case Is Ruining His Reputation
According to Radar Online:
Embroiled in a nasty custody battle, rapper Ludacris has asked a judge to seal the entire case because he claims it is ruining his reputation, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
In exclusive court documents we’ve obtained, the “Get Back” rapper claimed he has been “publicly humiliated” all because his baby mama Tamika Fuller isn’t happy with the amount of child support the Georgia guidelines calculate he pay.
“Because the media is able to read and misinterpret the documents in the Court’s file in this case, every day since Jan. 1, 2014, I have been publicly humiliated and called a deadbeat dad, who does not want to see or support his minor child. Nothing could be further from the truth,” the entrepreneur, born Christopher Brian Bridges, said.
Ludacris claimed that Fuller, who gave birth to their baby in December 2013, has not allowed him to see their daughter. Nevertheless, he said he’d already paid almost $3,500 in child support before their daughter was two weeks old.
In the court filing, Ludacris also noted a story titled “Ludacris Baby Mama – You Treat Our Kid Worse Than a Dog,” saying it appears to be the media’s goal to tear down his reputation.
“In the event that an ex parte order is not granted, and people are able to continue to read and misinterpret the documents in the Court’s file, my name, reputation, character, goodwill and brand will continue to suffer irreversible harm and damage, which may eventually jeopardize my earning potential,” he said.
i bet it is smh
Imma say this Child Support rather you agree or not isn’t good period. If this is the case what is the child gaining by the mother keeping the child away from her father (Luda). Women and men too use the court as leverage to seek revenge on their ex. I wish people would put their pride and feelings aside and think solely what is best for the kid(s). Who gives AF how you feel, what happen in the relationship or marriage. Its not about you its about the child.
If I were him and all the other men who get used like that, I’d just file for full-time custody.
I agree with Ludacris. We all know how the media likes to misconstrue things to make the innocent person look nefarious. I also agree with Masako Jackson!
SMH, a condom prevents all of this shit.
Exactly you cant blame the child for grown people mistakes.
so does a prostitute, a snippy snippy of the nuts, and jacking off. jus sayin
It is my understanding that he has filed for custody. This is a woman who was his ”jump off” for many years and now she’s being vindictive by asking for an asinine amount of child support and not allowing him to see his daughter. You’re right, a condom would have prevented all of this. Women need to learn that having a man’s baby will not make him commit or stay in a relationship. Men need to use the head on their shoulders more before bedding these women, I use that term loosely.
Exactly again the child comes first…. The child needs to live with there mother is she is a good mom, be supported by there father if he is a good father and be fairly distributed moneys based on it’s parents income. Child First …. and these grown folks be adding stuff that means nothing, because at the end of the day that child did not ask to be here.
U HAVE TPO TAKE CARE OF THE KIDS BUT SOME OF THESE WOMEN WANT TO MUCH.
I feel like I dont need a reputation for my kids… Thats like asking me, ”Hey, you custody of your kids, or street cred? ….But you gotta pick one though…” lol fuck outta here! The man is already a household name. smh …life in the public eye. if her were some average 9/5 type dude he wouldnt be worried about a rep. but then again, he might not be worried about his kids in that low of a tax bracket..ijs
So your side chick gets pregnant so you want sympathy? In Atlanta y’all know Chris and his girl friend for years… BOY STOP… At least you are man enough to admit its your baby, some dudes keep lying about fathering a child EVEN after DNA… IM NOT CALLING NO NAMES….. LOL I agree with Chris and the girl. The child support law is on current and future earnings not what he earned in the past… The baby momma is trying to get money from when people were buying records.. Them days are over, BUT the child should be entitled to a part of his lifestyle… I’m kind of torn on this one…. At least the side chick knew him before he was even on the radio… She could have been from Magic City LOL
I agree with Ludacris!!! I’m sure it’s destroying his reputation. Furthermore, it doesn’t not take the big amount she asked to raise a child a month
The question is if he purchased all the clothes for the child, purchased all the food, paid for the child’s clothes and just took care of all the expenses.. and let’s say that amount came up to $40,000 a year but the father has 20,000,000 plus in the bank should he pay more?
No. As long as the child has necessities, being clothes, shoes, food, and whatever is needed for school (when of age), then that amount is ridiculous. That’s just my opinion. I could understand if the child was in college, then that would be reasonable but for a newborn child that’s a bit much. PLUS, if you look at these women who have children by celebs, (in most cases) they get so much money from child support that they can live these extra lavish life styles. Didn’t mean to write an essay but you get my draft. Lol
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