Meet Kristen O’Brien, a schoolteacher in, well, you already know the state. Kristen apparently had a crush on one of her underage students, and decided to pursue the matter, while being twice his age.
Kristen O’Brien, who quit her job last month at United Brethren Christ Academy in Holy Hill, was arrested Friday for having inappropriate sexual contact with a student, news station WFTV reported.
So Kristen is going from Holy Hill to Holy Hell.
The 31-year-old was confronted by the boy’s mother after she noticed concerning messages on his phone. O’Brien told the mom that she had an “inappropriate emotional relationship” with the student in which she had a “crush” on him.
She claimed that she had given the boy three options: They could pretend she never told him she had a crush; they could end communication with each other; or they could do whatever they wanted and not care about any repercussions.
Gee, I wonder which option would be preferable to a mega-horny teenage boy?
O’Brien said on one occasion, the boy touched her in a sexual manner while they were under a blanket on the couch at his home.
Okay guys, place your bets; was it the boobs or the va-jay-jay? I’m thinking the kid headed south for the winter, but that’s just me.
And before you ask, yes, yes, yes, like a screen door in a hurricane.
As many of you know, I am a huge history buff. Most of my books revolve around World War II – I’m currently reading the biography of Heinrich Himmler – and anything Europe will catch my eye.
To wit: Engineering and Architecture created a detailed video of how Prague’s Charles Bridge was designed and created in the 14th Century. This is an amazing video.
Engineering and Architecture created an incredible and detailed animation that showing the specific process by which the Charles Bridge (Karlův Most) in Prague, Czech Republic was built. This historic bridge, which crosses the Vltava River, began construction many years before its actual completion in 1402. The bridge has undergone much rehabilitation and undergone a great deal of repair but its latest iteration remains standing to this day.
Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The bridge replaced the old Judith Bridge built 1158–1172 that had been badly damaged by a flood in 1342. This new bridge was originally called Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge but has been “Charles Bridge” since 1870.
You can see the animation below. It’s illuminating.
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Happy Sunday Everyone! I’m spending the weekend in fabulous Frederica, Delaware at a weekend lacrosse tournament with Erik. It’s being held at a multi-turf complex, and dozens of college recruiters will be on location scouting prospective college players. Since the Chinese Wuhan Virus decimated Erik’s season, this is his only real chance to make an impression.
That said, the show must go on, and we continue with Julia’s Inktober challenge. Above you can see Day 13’s prompt, “Dune.” Julia decided to tip a hat to the Frank Herbert novel and the film adaptation. I love her recreation of the Sandworm, and the girl chastising it for losing at Uno.
The prompt for Day 14 is “Armor,” so she used one of the guys from “The Greatest Showman” in an armored suit. I think it came out pretty well, considering.
Day 15’s prompt is “Outpost,” and here she made herself an tower archer, who seems like she would rather be anywhere else at the moment. Have fun storming the castle!
A British woman named Kate Jackson was arrested after having sex with a stranger on a public – or is it pubic? – sidewalk while waiting for their train to arrive. Oh, I posted a photo of Kate Jackson from Charlie’s Angels to spare you the visage of the actual offender.
A woman had an illicit “al fresco” sex session with a stranger after they got chatting while waiting to catch a train home. Kate Jackson was seen by passers-by having intercourse with 44-year-old Jonathon Pisani after she realised her train would be delayed.
On August 10 this year, Jackson was on her way to collect her dog from a property in Ashton-under-Lyne.
The camera was said to have then panned back to see them lying on the pavement cuddling each other. Eventually she pulled him on top of her before they began romping as shoppers walked past.
What the hell is going on in Britain? Every month there’s a story about people boinking in public. Are there no hotels with hourly rates over there? Come on, Britain; be better.
A member of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Immediate Response Team shot and killed a male prostitute Tuesday after a tryst inside a cemetery. The shooter was supposed to be working at the time of the encounter, and the story told by DeVonte’ Douglass, however, is not exactly cut and dry.
As a member of the District Attorney’s Immediate Response Team, DeVonte’ Douglass routinely goes out to crime scenes, hospitals, and the medical examiner’s office when there’s been a homicide, to aid victims’ families.
Shortly before 10 a.m., Douglass had an up close and personal experience involving a homicide in a case where Douglass was identified by police as the shooter. But according to Douglass’s version of the story, he was also a crime victim.
According to police sources, the two black males met at 27th and Cambria. Douglass, 28, of the 2900 block of North Bambrey St., got into a white Dodge Durango driven by Harris, 31, of the 1800 block of Harrison Street, and then they drove to the cemetery. After their encounter, which took place in the back seat of the vehicle, with the windows open, Douglass told police, Harris stood outside the vehicle and pointed a gun at Douglass, and demanded all his money.
Now read the next paragraph and explain to me how this is a justifiable homicide…
Continue reading “D.A. Employee Shoots, Kills Male Prostitute”
Continuing the Inktober series, the Day Ten prompt was “Hope,” and here Julia drew herself, hoping for her favorite YouTube artist’s Jazza’s Jazzy Art Box. The box is incredibly expensive, but there’s a good chance she may see in for her birthday. Here she is hoping to get one from Mrs. Earp.
The Day Eleven prompt is “Disgusting,” and while she could have used almost anything for this work, she decided to draw a zombie.
The Day Twelve prompt was “Slippery,” and this is easily the funniest one she’s done so far. Her face as she’s about to fall still makes me laugh.
A Thai restaurant located in Huntly, New Zealand suffered an emergency last week when the wait staff had to go, leaving only the chef in the store. The chef was overwhelmed, but not for long, because there are still many good people in this world.
It’s a popular restaurant in Huntly, New Zealand, and it was packed with customers last Friday night when suddenly a staff family emergency resulted in the chef being the only one left to serve hungry patrons.
When Emily Puhi arrived at Thai Food Huntly, she saw the tables were filled and people were lined up waiting to pay or pick up their take-out food.
She realized the cook was alone, and because he was busy cooking, he couldn’t take orders or collect money.
Suddenly, a lady who was waiting to pay grabbed some paper and started waiting tables for him. One customer then jumped in to do the dishes. Luckily, someone in the neighboring shop offered their help, too.
Wow, that’s amazing. Not gonna lie, this story stirred up some dust into my eyes.
Ah, Push It! Caption Contest
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Continuing along with Julia’s Inktober challenge, Day 7’s prompt was “Fancy,” and since her new favorite movie of all time is “The Greatest Showman,” she decided to draw the two main male characters in their tuxedos.
Seriously, the girl watches this film almost every day; it’s an obsession. She always asks me to watch it with her, but since the male character is Hugh Jackman, I assure her I will watch it when Jackman’s adamantium claws come out and he starts slashing people like they’re Walmart’s low prices.
She did not appreciate my sentiments.
The Day 8 prompt was “Teeth,” so Julia went all out with teeth, braces, and braces surrounding a heart. Julia doesn’t have braces, but the dentist thinks she may eventually have to get them.
Day 9’s prompt was “Throw,” and Julia decided to be the victim in this one, getting hit by a Frisbee… likely thrown by her brother.
A Florida man was arrested after shoplifting nearly $1,000 worth of items in a truly ingenious manner.
A Florida man is accused of using a 24-cent packet of Kool-Aid to rack up nearly $1,000 in fraudulent charges at a Walmart in North Naples.
Deputies said Bradley Young scanned merchandise at the Walmart with the Kool-Aid packet hidden in his hand. Each item rang up for 24 cents. The final bill ended up being just under $25. The goodies were really worth $994.13.
Um, Bradley, Steve Martin and the writers of My Blue Heaven would like a word with your about copyright infringement.
A loss prevention worker at Walmart recognized Young from a previous situation. She followed him around the store and watched him in the self-checkout lane. The worker said Young also took a soda and fan from the shelf and returned them at customer service after showing workers there a photo of the receipt on his phone. (H/T – Mis.Hum.)
If there was any justice, the Kool-Aid man would blast through Bradley’s wall, beat the crap out of him, and bang his girlfriend… solely on principle.