25 July 2017

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Another lawsuit, or something, surely

Money has an article by Brad Tuttle about what Simpson could get when he gets out:

O.J. Simpson (photo) was granted parole Thursday, meaning he will be a free man as early as 1 October 2017.
But what will his life be like when he gets out of jail? Simpson still owes tens of millions of dollars in the wake of a 1997 civil lawsuit, in which he was found liable for the wrongful deaths of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman, and ordered to pay more than thirty million dollars in damages to the survivors' families.
Even so, Simpson will probably be quite comfortable financially when he is released from jail, thanks to pensions that may pay out more than twenty-five thousand dollars per month, funds that aren't subject to seizure by creditors.
The seventy-year-old former football star, who was tried and acquitted in 1995 for the murder of Brown and Goldman, is currently incarcerated because he was found guilty in 2008 of armed robbery, kidnapping, and other charges in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was sentenced to thirty-three years in prison, with a nine-year minimum. He has already served more than eight years.
It is unclear what Simpson's net worth is right now, with some outlets like GoBankingRates.com saying he has roughly a quarter-million dollars in the bank, while others have much higher estimates including CelebrityNetWorth.com, which reported that he's worth three million.
Either way, it's a steep drop from Simpson's heyday. In 1992, when Simpson was in divorce proceedings with Brown, his net worth was an estimated ten million dollars, the equivalent of eighteen million in today's dollars. But, regardless of how much he is worth at the moment, Simpson will reportedly receive significant income monthly once he is released thanks to his pensions.
Tom Scotto, a friend of Simpson's, told USA Today that Simpson has invested five million in a private pension. Sports Illustrated reported in February that Simpson's pension from the NFL could pay him as much as $25,000 per month. That adds up to $300,000 annually. "There is another pension as well that he gets from the Screen Actors Guild," Carl Douglas, one of Simpson's attorneys in the historic 1995 double-murder trial, told CBS News this week.
Legal analysts say that none of Simpson's pension income can be taken away to pay off the civil ruling against him. “Pensions are bullet proof,” David Cook, an attorney who represents Ron Goldman’s father Fred Goldman, told Fox News. “Absent divine intervention, they are nearly impossible to topple. This is frustrating.”
In the late 1990s, Simpson also moved to Florida, where "under the state's homestead exemption, forced sale of residences can be blocked", Sports Illustrated explained. In other words, he could own a home and not be forced to sell it to pay damages resulting from the civil suit. Scotto expects his friend will move back to Florida and buy a home, if his parole allows it. “He’ll be okay," Scotto said to USA Today. “He’s not going to be poor. He’ll survive."
Rico says the lawyers will, undoubtedly, be going after that anyway, but it'll be much cheaper and easier (speaking of divine intervention) just to have him whacked...

Got one, and for less

J. Peterman's having a 'sale' on Hemingway stuff:

Whacking ISIS

Rico's friend Kelley forwards this Yahoo article by Jesse Chase-Lubitz from Foreign Policy Magazine:

An execution site has been discovered in the Iraqi city of Mosul, Human Rights Watch says, citing it as the latest evidence of retribution carried out by government forces after the defeat of Islamic State extremists.
International observers found the execution site in western Mosul on Wednesday, Human Rights Watch reported. When international observers, trusted by Human Rights Watch, visited the site, which consists of an empty building taken by Iraqi forces in April, they found seventeen male corpses in pools of blood. A senior government official told the international observers that “he was comfortable with the execution of suspected ISIS-affiliates, as long as there was no torture.”
ISIS has killed thousands of people while fighting between Islamic State forces and Iraqi soldiers has demolished large parts of the city, in which almost a million people once lived. Yet, as Iraqi forces celebrate their victory over the terrorist group, there are increasing reports of war crimes.
A video of Iraqi troops throwing an unarmed fighter from a high ledge was also released. These crimes are not solely against ISIS fighters however, and some accounts include attacks against their families as well.
Human Rights Watch has found and documented at least twelve hundred men and boys detained, and sometimes tortured and executed, under inhuman conditions by Iraqi forces. No Iraqi forces, some of whom are publicizing the murder and torture of suspected ISIS soldiers, have been charged.
ISIS hasn’t even been defeated in full yet but, as Iraqi forces begin to take the upper hand, Sunni Muslims are now the target of the country’s anger. Attacks against Sunni Muslims who once lived in ISIS-controlled areas have been underway since January, with families reportedly being targeted in densely populated areas.
“If we’re to keep ISIS 2.0 from emerging, the Iraqi government is going to have to do something pretty significantly different,” said American Lieutenant General Stephen Townsend, commander of US-led coalition fighting ISIS, according to the BBC. “They’re going to have to reach out and reconcile with the Sunni population, and make them feel like their government in Baghdad represents them.”
Rico says this'll go on for generations... (But, if there's no torture, then it's okay to kill 'em...)

Paint is not dead, again

Gizmodo has an article by Alex Cranz about Microsoft:

This morning, Windows users woke to terrible news: Microsoft was reportedly axing its beloved Microsoft Paint. The program, which has been annotating our memes, creating our webcomics, and teaching us how to make art since 1985, is on Microsoft’s list of Windows features to be removed or deprecated in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
But this does not mean Paint as we know it is dead. The list Paint was featured on very specifically says that each product will either be killed, or it will be deprecated, which merely means it will no longer be actively developed. Paint falls into the latter category. So it could be dropped in a future update, or it could hang around for the next decade, an artifact of a different time.
Outlook Express, another Windows application that’s conjures memories for older users, is being killed in the same update. It is officially supplanted by the big boy Microsoft Outlook, which is more stylistically in line with Windows 10 than Outlook Express.
While Outlook Express has long languished in the shadow of its hipper Outlook cousin, MS Paint has seen infrequent updates that at least allow it to look like it belongs on a 2017 computer instead of one from 1985. Microsoft is very aware of how much affection users have for Microsoft Paint. The product, which many of us used as a digital doodling book when we were kids, has a cult following. When Microsoft briefed the press on the original Creators Update back in March, its representatives only had nice things to say about the application. Paint is on every Windows computer! It makes creating art easy! It’s like Photoshop, but simple and free!
This is not how you talk when you’re planning to ax a product. This is definitely the kind of talk you deliver when you’re launching a new Paint product.
Which was what was happening at that press briefing. Microsoft launched Paint 3D, a 3D rendering and printing tool intended to simplify the production of 3D products, in March. The name Paint 3D was specifically used so play on people’s nostalgia for MS Paint. It’s not unreasonable to expect that the upcoming Fall Creators Update will see Paint 3D expanded to incorporate the features we all know and love from Paint.
Either way, it is not in Microsoft’s best interest to kill an application that has been loved for more than thirty years by users. Right now Microsoft is campaigning to steal all the artists and other creators who have traditionally preferred the Macintosh ecosystem for creating digital art. It’s why Microsoft spent so much time talking about the Surface Pen when it updated the Surface Pro a few months ago, and it’s why it launched the Surface Studio last October. Heck, it’s why it keeps calling every new Windows OS update a “creators” update. It wants those users!
Transforming its most enduring creative application into something more robust is a clear next step. Eventually Microsoft could kill the ugly version of Paint we love in order to release shiny new version of Paint or a Paint-adjacent application. Or Microsoft could just leave MS Paint in the Deprecated column for a while, a cool app eventually destined to be forgotten as younger computer users snap up alternate tools like Photoshop Express or Autodesk Sketchbook. Either way, Microsoft Paint isn’t dead, it’s just deprecated, and Microsoft has made no comment on how long it could be deprecated. So maybe don’t go ordering funeral flowers just yet.
We’ve reached out to Microsoft to learn more about the plans for Paint, and a Microsoft spokesperson responded with the following statement:
MS Paint is not going away. In addition to the new 3D capabilities, many of the MS Paint features people know and love, like photo editing and 2D creation, are in Paint 3D, the new app for creativity, available for free with the Windows 10 Creators update. In the future, we will offer MS Paint in the Windows Store, also for free, and continue to provide new updates and experiences to Paint 3D so people have the best creative tools all in one place.
So there you have it. MS Paint is safe, for now.
Rico says that, a long time ago, Claris killed Apple's Paint, too...

Bleeding Kansas

True West has an article by Rhiannon Deremo about Lawrence, Kansas:


Lawrence, Kansas was founded in the 1850’s as the state’s center of resistance to the expansion of slavery, and it paid the price. Targeted, pillaged, and burned to the ground during the Civil War, the community rebuilt with a commitment to education, civility and the future; quite a legacy to live up to.
Take part in a special tour of Black Jack Battlefield, led by John Brown and members of the Thirteenth Kansas Infantry Regiment reenactor group, and even a few pre-slavery men. Black Jack Battlefield is the place where John Brown led a Free-State militia in an attack on the camp of a pro-slavery militia.
The Watkins Museum of History is hosting a series of programs, tours, and presentations about Quantrill’s Raid and the Civil War. A memorial service will honor Raid victims, a special tour of Quantrill’s Raid artifacts, and presentations by living historians will deepen your understanding of Bleeding Kansas.
Join a discussion at the Wakarusa River Valley Heritage Museum about the Underground Railroad and the abolitionists who risked their lives to help lead slaves to freedom.
To learn more and plan your trip to Lawrence, visit UnmistakablyLawrence.com.

Rico says there's always more history to learn...

Look-alike


The show Fixer Upper has two hosts, a doofus guy, Chip, and his wife Joanna (photo, above). Besides being very pretty herself, she resembles the wife, Nalani, of Rico's ex-friend David Brown.

ComicCon toys

Gizmodo has an article by James Whitbrook, a staff writer for io9. (who reads comics so you don't have to, but sometimes you should anyway) about the latest toys at ComicCon:

Comic-Con means toys: Not just the ones you line up a zillion hours for to get at the convention, but all the toys you discover that are on their way to threaten your savings account over the next few months. We’ve seen badass generals, giant robots, and even shapely butts so far, but now it’s Marvel’s turn!
Last night’s Hasbro panel for Marvel was jam-packed with new reveals, covering everything from the Defenders to the Inhumans, capitalizing on the near future of Marvel’s television output. Also Deadpool. Oh god, so much Deadpool.
Spider-Man has so many waves of the six-inch Legends action figures to his name, what harm is there in another? The latest Spidey wave includes Lasher, Mysterio, the excellent Spider-Punk from Spider-Verse, and out of nowhere, Gwenpool, who even has her own mobile phone to snap action figure selfies with.
The deluxe line of foot-tall figures is continuing to grow, this time adding Black Panther— based on his new suit from the upcoming movie— and the classic incarnation of Wolverine, who comes with both a masked and unmasked head, and even battle-damaged costume elements to make him look as roughed up as possible.
NetflixDefenders— at least two of them— are already getting their own action figures based on their actors, but this new set brings together the team from the show in their comic-book costumes with a few twists, considering the Jessica Jones you get is actually Jess in her old superhero identity as Jewel. Still, it’s a cool way to capitalize on the team ahead of The Defenders arriving on Netflix next month.
Hasbro debuted not one, but two new deluxe vehicle sets for the Legends line. The first is of the Black Widow herself, along with an equally slick motorbike to pose her with, while the second is of the classic Johnny Blaze, complete with his furiously fiery bike. I mean, come on, if you’re gonna do Marvel vehicles, Ghost Rider pretty much has to be one of the first ones you do.
Comic book versions of television heroes were a running theme in Hasbro’s Marvel toys this year, with Black Bolt appearing in part of an upcoming, half-revealed Black Panther series alongside Namor.
Meanwhile, his wife Medusa will be an exclusive action figure for a currently unrevealed outlet, joining Mr. Fantastic and fan contest winner Songbird as exclusive new figures you’ll have to hunt down.
On top of that, a two-pack of Hydra goons is on the way as well, so all your superhero action figures have someone to beat up.
Deadpool is extremely popular, so it makes sense that he’s out in full force when it comes to toys, but Hasbro went overboard this year. Not only is the 'merc with a mouth' getting his own Monopoly edition, depicting Wade as Mr. Moneybags, there’s also a Deadpool-inspired set of Nerf blasters on the way, for those that like a side of profanity and insanity with their dart-firing shootouts.
On the action figure front, not one but two different versions of Deadpool— in his X-Force and Agent of Weapon X suits— are joining the standard Deadpool in the twelve-inch line. To round it all out, Deadpool gets his own themed wave of six-inch action figures too, which includes Cable, Domino, a re-release of the highly-sought-after standard Deadpool from this year’s X-Men wave, Deathlok, X-23, and the 'Back in Black' version of Deadpool, when he was infected with the Venom symbiote..
Finally Hasbro revealed a new line of vintage-inspired figures in the vein of the retro packaging they’ve done for Star Wars figures in the past. Using classic designs of familiar heroes like Captain America, Black Widow, Iron Man, Punisher, Wolverine, and Spider-Man, the series will feature special packaging inspired by the old-school Toy Biz Marvel Superheroes figures from the 1990s.
Rico says more expensive shit he couldn't care less about (though his male step-grandchildren doubtless will...)

24 July 2017

Der Führer, Trump

Yahoo has an article by Holly Ramer about Trump's latest; Geoff Mulvihill in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, contributed to this report:


In this 7 November 2016 Associated Press file photo (above), a ballot box is set for residents to vote at midnight in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. A Federal judge on Monday, 24 July 2017, cleared the way for President Donald Trump’s commission on election fraud to resume collecting detailed voter roll information from the states.
A Federal judge on Monday cleared the way for President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud to resume collecting detailed voter roll information from the states.
The commission asked states last month to provide publicly available data, including registered voters' names, birth dates, and partial Social Security numbers, but it later told them to hold off until a judge ruled on a lawsuit filed by the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington.
US District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, in the District of Columbia, denied the advocacy group's request to block the data collection in a ruling that commission vice chairman Kris Kobach called "a major victory for government accountability, transparency, and the public's right to know about the integrity of our electoral processes. The commission requested this publicly available data as part of its fact-gathering process, which is information that states regularly release to political candidates, political parties, and the general public," said Kobach, the Republican secretary of state in Kansas. "We look forward to continuing to work with state election leaders to gather information and identify opportunities to improve election integrity."
The privacy group had argued that the commission should have completed an assessment of privacy concerns before making the request. The judge found that the group had standing to make that argument, but said the commission is not an agency and therefore is not required to do such assessments. The judge also found the group failed to show that its members would be harmed by the data collection.
"The only practical harm the plaintiff's advisory board members would suffer is that their already publicly available information would be rendered more easily accessible by virtue of its consolidation on the computer systems that would ultimately receive this information on behalf of the commission," the judge said. She did not say that any states must comply with the commission's request.
The privacy group said it will be watching closely to see what the commission does next.
"The commission cannot evade privacy obligations by playing a shell game with the nation's voting records," EPIC president Marc Rotenberg said.
Similar lawsuits are pending in Texas, Florida, and New Hampshire. The New Hampshire lawsuit, brought by two lawmakers and an American Civil Liberties Union chapter, was put on hold pending the outcome of the Washington case.
Trump, a Republican, created the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in May to investigate his allegations, offered without evidence, that millions of people voted illegally in 2016. At the panel's first meeting last week, he questioned the motives of states that have refused to comply with the commission's request, suggesting they had something to hide.
Before the commission paused data collection earlier this month, an Associated Press count of states' responses found seventeen states plus Washington, DC, did not plan to provide any information. Election officials in some of those states questioned the commission's intent to search for voter fraud; in some states, the main concern was voters' privacy. Thirty states said they would provide limited information that was considered public already. Some of those states said the commission would have some hoops to jump through, such as paying for the data or filling out additional request forms.
Alabama, Hawai'i, and Idaho had not announced decisions about whether to comply.
Rico says this may be legal, but it's not gonna help Trump get re-elected...

Sean Spicer finally had enough UF

Vanity Fair has an article by Abigail Tracy about Spicer's departure:


After six months of near-daily abasement at the hands of the Washington press corps, to say nothing of his vituperative boss, Sean Spicer (photo, top) resigned Friday as press secretary, hours after the White House announced the appointment of New York City financier and Trump cheerleader Anthony Scaramucci (photo, above) as communications director, effectively taking the job that Spicer had been filling since the resignation of Mike Dubke in May.
Spicer’s devolution from a well-liked figure among the Washington press to the Trump administration’s beleaguered Baghdad Bob arguably began the first day he took the podium and defended the president’s grandiose lies about the size of his inauguration crowd. He quickly became a tragicomic figure as Donald Trump repeatedly denigrated him to anyone who would listen— aides, reporters, and club members at Mar-a-Lago— making fun of his ill-fitting suits (though Spicer quickly upgraded his wardrobe) and reportedly criticizing his daily press briefings in real-time, yelling at his television set as if he were watching SportsCenter. A series of cringe-worthy gaffes— referring to concentration camps as “Holocaust centers” and characterizing Mike Flynn, the former national security adviser, as a “volunteer”, among other greatest hits— did little to improve his position at the bottom of the West Wing totem pole. Daily press briefings became infrequent, were moved off-camera, and Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders became a more permanent fixture in the Brady Briefing Room, leaving Spicer on the sidelines. Rumors swirled for months that Spicer was on the chopping block. “That uncertainty is very harrowing-slash-demoralizing,” an associate of Spicer’s with ties to the White House told Hive in May.
While not unexpected, it seems the proximate cause for Spicer’s exit was not his mistreatment by Trump— though it is safe to assume that was a factor— but rather the arrival of Scaramucci, which apparently infuriated both Spicer, Steve Bannon, and Reince Priebus, who originally brought Spicer into the West Wing. Two administration officials familiar with the situation told The New York Times that Spicer flatly rejected assuming a position subordinate to Scaramucci, whose appointment Spicer insisted was a major mistake. But “the Mooch,” as he is known on Wall Street, had the backing of Trump advisers and family members Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, among others. “This was a murdering of Reince and Bannon. They said Anthony would get this job over their dead bodies,” one top White House official told Politico. Another White House official suggested that Scaramucci’s appointment could portend the end of PriebusWest Wing gig. “Just hiring Anthony is telling Reince to beat it, go find another job.”
Spicer and Priebus did their best to squash reports of inter-office turmoil in a staff meeting on Friday, taking turns praising Scaramucci in a bid to show a unified face. “A lot of you are hearing the news, and I want you to hear it directly from us,” Spicer said, according to a source in the room who recounted the episode to Axios. The outgoing press secretary had only good things to say about Scaramucci— ”I’m going to be very involved in the transition to make sure that Anthony can be very successful”— as did Priebus, despite reports that he’d repeatedly tried to torpedo the Mooch’s appointment. “The president had decided to bring Anthony in, and it's going to be a great thing, he's a self-made man. He knows what it takes to run an organization and has built several businesses. It was a great choice,” the chief of staff said, according to the source. Scaramucci, who also addressed the communications team, reportedly regaled the assembled staff with stories of his long, friendly relationship with Priebus, whom he said he’d once tried to hire as COO of his investment firm, Skybridge.All three men are expected to appear for an interview with Sean Hannity on Friday night as the White House attempts to spin the shake-up as a kumbaya moment. Spicer fans, meanwhile, will undoubtedly be eagerly awaiting the erstwhile press secretary’s next act and, one hopes, the inevitable tell-all.
Rico says that Melissa McCarthy will now need to be replaced on Saturday Night Live... (Rico will miss her.)

FW: 2003: Jessica Lynch gets hero's welcome

 

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Jessica Lynch gets hero's welcome
On this day in 2003, U.S. Army Private Jessica Lynch, a prisoner-of-war who was rescued from an Iraqi hospital, receives a hero's welcome when she returns to her hometown of Palestine, West Virginia. The story of the 19-year-old supply clerk, who was captured by Iraqi forces in March 2003, gripped... read more »
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