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  1. ... DEVELOPING ... STAND BY The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 --- BREAKING THIS MORNING --- *) Lynn Haven City Manager arrested for pulling a gun on his wife. Here. 6:30 --- WHOA BIRTH --- *) Woman gives birth to 6 babies in nine minutes. Here. --- TRUMP SNL --- *) Trump threatens SNL! LOL! Here. --- BRA POCKETS --- *) Do women really do this sort of a thing this often? Here. --- FINGER TO POLICE --- *) Did you know it isn't illegal to flip off the Cops? Here. --- PELOSI NONSENSE --- *) Pelosi supports a bill making the legal voting age 16. Here. --- PARIS JACKSON --- *) Paris Jackson attempted suicide, so says TMZ but she denies it. Here. --- POWERBALL --- *) The powerball jackpot is WAY up there now. Here. 7:00 --- BILLBOARD --- *) The hurricane everyone forgot. Here. *) We are putting up a billboard in Washington D.C. from the residents of the Panhandle. What should it say? WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU! WE NEED TO GET THIS GOING. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BILLBOARD THREAD. 7:30 --- BILLBOARD --- *) We are putting up a billboard in Washington D.C. from the residents of the Panhandle. What should it say? WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU! WE NEED TO GET THIS GOING. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BILLBOARD THREAD. 8:00 --- MOSQUE SHOOTING --- *) AUDIO Woman describes horrific scene at shooting. Here. *) AUDIO CNN's Erin Burnett, crazily, says Trump used the word "invasion" on day of New Zealand slaughter wrongly, yada yada. Here. *) Judge in New Zealand orders to blur out shooter's face in order for a "fair trial". Here. *) Should the media NOT name the gunman in mass shootings? What does that really accomplish? Here. *) Kim Kardashian makes front page news giving us all her take on the mosque shooting. Here. *) Killer smirks in Court. Here. 8:30 --- LYNN HAVEN --- *) Lynn Haven City Manager arrested for pulling a gun on his wife. Here. --- TATTOOS --- *) I do not understand the tattoo culture. Here. --- GAY PRIDE --- *) SCHOOLS AND PRIDE. Here. --- ONE MILLION DOLLARS --- *) Would you give up the internet for $1 million? Here. --- LEO --- *) Has never dated a woman over the age of 25. Here. --- ANNOYED --- *) What annoys you the most? Here. --- SENIOR --- *) Is someone over 50 called a Senior? Here.
  2. The judge presiding over a court hearing for suspected New Zealand mosque shooter ordered his face be blurred in photographs to preserve his “fair trial rights.” Brenton Tarrant, 28, who allegedly slaughtered 49 people at two mosques, made an “OK” hand gesture during his appearance the Christchurch court room — which could be seen clearly despite his face being obscured. The hand gesture is a symbol used by white supremacists and far-right internet trolls. District Court Judge Paul Kellar allowed photographs of him in the courtroom, but ordered his face be pixelated to preserve his “fair trial rights,” the New Zealand Herald reported. Tarrant was hit with one count of murder for the two mass shootings during the court appearance on Saturday morning local time. More charges were expected to be brought against him at a later date. He was held without bail and is expected back in court on April 5.
  3. The Australian man suspected of killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques on Friday “changed completely” after he traveled to countries in Europe and other parts of the world following his father’s death in 2010, his family said. The 28-year-old suspect, who Fox News is not naming, appeared in court Saturday on a murder charge, although the judge said “it is reasonable to assume that there will be others.” The suspect’s grandmother, Marie Fitzgerald, 81, told Australia’s 9News on Saturday that she saw her grandson about a year ago and didn’t spot any red flags, even though investigators believe he had been plotting the massacre for two years. The mosque shooting suspect, charged for murder in relation to the mosque attacks, is seen in the dock during his appearance in the Christchurch District Court, New Zealand. (Reuters) “He was just his normal self you know,” Fitzgerald told 9News. “We all chatted and had a meal together to celebrate that occasion and now everyone is devastated.” Fitzgerald said the 28-year-old’s father died from cancer in 2010 and the death took a toll on him. The accused gunman, who grew up in New South Wales, Australia, then began traveling to countries in Europe and other parts of the world and returned a changed man, his grandmother said. “It’s only since he traveled overseas I think that this boy has changed completely,” Fitzgerald said. The family said they are cooperating with investigators and said they are “shattered” for those who were killed. Marie Fitzgerald, the suspect's grandmother, and Terry Fitzgerald, the suspect's uncle, spoke out after the New Zealand mass shooting. (CHANNEL 9 via AP) “We are so sorry for the families for the dead and the injured. I can’t think nothing else -- just shattered is the word," the suspect’s uncle Terry Fitzgerald said. Tracey Gray, who previously hired the suspect as a personal trainer at Big River Squash and Fitness Center in Grafton, also told 9News the suspected gunman quit his job at the gym by early 2012 to travel the world. “He was professional, he was punctual, reliable... as normal as one person to the next. He never showed any extremes or extremist views or any crazy behavior,” Gray recalled of her former employee. Gray said the 28-year-old “had no specific destination.” Friends of a missing man grieve outside a refuge center in Christchurch. (AP) "It was my understanding he was open to see the world, to see as many places as possible. He just wanted to experience different experiences,” she said. The suspect wrote in his 74-page manifesto that he paid for his travels using money from bitcoin investments and described himself as a white supremacist who was out to avenge attacks in Europe perpetrated by Muslims. Authorities said the suspect traveled to the Balkans in the past three years and toured historic sites while studying battles between Christians and the Ottoman empire. He visited Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia, in late 2016, Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov told Reuters. He made a trip to Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary last November. In 2017, he traveled to France, Spain and Portugal, Reuters reported. Mourners place flowers as they pay their respects at a makeshift memorial near the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, Sunday, March 17, 2019, where one of the two mass shootings occurred. (AP) Bulgarian Foreign Minister Elaterid Zachariah said the mosque shooting suspect had a “very serious knowledge of the Balkan history in details I would say even few people in the Balkans know.” The suspect also visited Turkey twice in 2016 — on March 17-20 and from Sept. 13 to Oct. 25, State broadcaster TRT said. On his Facebook page that has since been taken down, the suspect also visited Pakistan last year. While the details of the suspect's travels are sketchy, authorities in those countries said they are investigating his movements and any contacts he might have had with local people. Officials raised the death toll of the mosque massacres to 50 on Sunday as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said a small number of bodies would be released to families. Friday’s attack was New Zealand’s deadliest shooting in modern history.
  4. The Australian-born suspect who shot dead dozens of Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand, has published a manifesto citing US President Donald Trump and Anders Breivik, the Norwegian white supremacist who murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011. The 74-page dossier by Brenton Tarrant, which has been described by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as a "work of hate", praised Trump as "a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose". The 28-year-old, who is now in police custody, also claimed that he had "brief contact" with Breivik and had received a "blessing" for his actions from the mass murderer's acquaintances. The dossier stated objections to immigration and multiculturalism, and decries the "decaying" culture of the white, European Western world. A bulletproof vest and protective gear is seen in this undated photo posted on Twitter on March 12 apparently by one of the gunmen who attacked a mosque in Christchurch [Twitter/Reuters] Earlier on Friday, at least 49 people were killed and 20 others seriously wounded in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch in the worst attack in the Pacific country's history. The majority of the victims were shot at the Al Noor Mosque, while the rest were killed at another mosque in suburban Linwood. The Muslim worshippers had congregated for Friday prayers, Islam's holy day of the week. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has described the shootings as a "well-planned terrorist attack", and said this is one of the country's "darkest days". In addition to Tarrant, three other suspects, including a woman, have been arrested, New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said.
  5. A WHITE-supremacist who filmed himself slaughtering Muslims in a New Zealand mosque wrote a chilling 74-page manifesto after he was inspired by Anders Breivik. Anders Behring Breivik, born 13 February 1979, is a Norwegian far-right terrorist who committed the 2011 Norway attacks. On 22 July 2011, he killed eight people by detonating a van bomb amid Regjeringskvartalet in Oslo, then shot dead 69 participants of a Workers' Youth League summer camp on the island of Utøya. The man, 28, who was born in Australia but whose parents are British, vowed to take revenge for the "thousands of European lives lost to terror attacks". 9 A circular diagram that mentions 'ethnic autonomy' features in the gunman's chilling manifesto 9 A picture on the suspected shooter's now deleted Twitter page including a the Black Sun symbol which is used in Satanism and neo-Nazism 9 The shooter turns the camera on himself on way to the rampage. It was posted on a Facebook page belonging to Brenton Tarrant What we know so far: At least one gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, at 1.40pm local time on Friday Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has declared the attack a terrorist attack 49 people have been killed - 41 were killed at Masjid Al Noor Mosque, seven at Linwood Masjid Mosque and one died at hospital 48 people were rushed to hospital with gunshot wounds and 20 are in critical condition One of the gunmen live-streamed the deadly attack on Facebook using a GoPro in footage too distressing to show It was posted on a Facebook page belonging to Brenton Tarrant It is understood the killer is an Australian with British parents published a chilling 74-page manifesto before the rampage Cops have arrested three men and a woman - with one found wearing a suicide vest A 28-year-old man has been charged with murder and will appear in court tomorrow Two others remain in custody and one person who was arrested was not related to the attack The Bangladesh cricket team were at one of the mosques and escaped the shooting Cops defused improvised explosives found on nearby booby-trapped cars Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called it "one of New Zealand's darkest days" In the lengthy manifesto, titled The Great Replacement, he declared that he wishes he'd "killed more invaders and traitors". He also wrote: "I have read the writings of Dylan Roof and many others, but only really took true inspiration from Knight Justiciar Breivik." The use of "Knight" is a reference to the Knight's Templar - a legion of Christian soldiers from the 12th century. The author of the manifesto - which features a circular design mentioning "ethnic autonomy" - is understood to have filmed himself using a GoPro as he fired at worshippers in the Masjid Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch. At least 40 were killed and 20 others injured after the attack at the Masjid Al Noor Mosque and the nearby Linwood Masjid at around 1.40pm on Friday. Three men and one woman are now in custody - including one found wearing a suicide vest. The graphic footage of the attack and manifesto were published on the Facebook account of a man named Brenton Tarrant. His profile has since been removed. The names of the gunmen have not yet been confirmed by police. When writing why he carried out the massacre, the shooter said: “To most of all show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands, our homelands are our own and that, as long as a white man still lives, they will NEVER conquer our lands and they will never replace our people. "To take revenge on the invaders for the hundreds of thousands of deaths caused by foreign invaders in European lands throughout history." “By the definition, then yes. It is a terrorist attack. But I believe it is a partisan action against an occupying force.” 9 'BY DEFINITION IT'S A TERRORIST ATTACK' He boasted that he chose to use firearms so he could influence politics in the US. He wrote: “Finally, to create conflict between the two ideologies within the United States on the ownership of firearms in order to further the social, cultural, political and racial divide within the United states. “This conflict over the 2nd amendment and the attempted removal of firearms rights will ultimately result in a civil war that will eventually balkanize the US along political, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines.” The suspected shooter described himself as an "ordinary white man born in Australia to a working class, low income family." 9 In the manifesto, the 'shooter' described the massacre as a 'terrorist attack' 9 The shooter scrawled names on his ammo 9 Two gunmen have opened fire at two mosques in New Zealand - with one live-streaming the slaughter on Facebook 9 A gunman has opened fire at a mosque in New Zealand killing multiple people. Paramedics were seen taking the wounded to a Christchurch hospital REUTERS 9 This picture is believed to show a suspect being taken into custody Play Video Bangladesh cricket team escape from scene after gunman opens fire at Christchurch Mosque He wrote: "My parents are of Scottish, Irish and English stock. I had a regular childhood, without any great issues." He said he had "little interest in education" and "did not attend University as I had no great interest in anything offered in the Universities to study. "I am just a regular white man, from a regular family. Who decided to take a stand to ensure a future for my people." In footage too distressing to show, the gunman executes people at point blank range – including one girl who lies on the floor screaming for help. The man, who was dressed in military clothing, was even seen re-entering the mosque and shooting piles of groaning bodies. Two gunmen attacked Masjid Al Noor Mosque in Christchurch and the Linwood Masjid at around 1.40pm on Friday. The Bangladesh cricket team among worshippers caught up in the carnage. Mohammed Nazir told TVNZ he saw three women bleeding on the ground outside at Masjid Al Noor Mosque. Another witness told the station: “My husband was driving past he said he took three people to the hospital, one was a little girl all been shot. “He wanted to take more he said there was like a dozen people just lying on the road.” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called it “one of New Zealand’s darkest days”.
  6. New Zealand gunman appears to have livestreamed massacre Compounding the horror of Friday’s massacre in New Zealand: Video emerged online that appeared to be bodycam footage of the suspect firing his weapon. “Police are aware there is extremely distressing footage relating to the incident in Christchurch circulating online,” New Zealand Police tweeted. “We would strongly urge that the link not be shared. We are working to have any footage removed.” 9,318 people are talking about this Unfortunately, the footage was distributed on a variety of platforms, including in comments that readers posted to news stories, but work was underway to limit its distribution. “We have taken down the account of the alleged perpetrator and are working to actively remove all versions of the video from Twitter,” a Twitter spokesman said, according to BuzzFeed reporter Ryan Mac. Facebook officials also issued a statement, according to Mac: "Our hearts go out to the victims, their families and the community affected by this horrendous act. New Zealand Police alerted us to a video on Facebook shortly after the livestream commenced and we removed both the shooter’s Facebook account and the video." Among those appalled by the video was Donald Trump Jr. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “Don’t give the POS NZ shooter what he wants,” President Trump’s son wrote on Twitter. “Don’t speak his name don’t show the footage. Seems that most agree on that. The questions is can the media do what’s right and pass up the ratings they’ll get by doing the opposite? I fear we all know the answer unfortunately.” 6,698 people are talking about this Authorities have not said who they have in custody in connection with the attack. But a man who claimed responsibility for the shootings left a 74-page anti-immigrant manifesto in which he explained who he was and his reasoning for his actions. He said he considered it a terrorist attack.
  7. The World Wide Web turned 30 this week. And a poll found 49% of us think internet access should be a basic human right. So could YOU go without it? A poll last month in the U.K. asked people if they'd give up the internet FOREVER for a million pounds . . . which is around $1.3 million. 48% said yes, they would . . . 32% said no, not worth it . . . and 20% weren't sure. Men were more likely to say yes . . . 52% compared to 44% of women. And obviously young people were less willing to do it. Only 14% of 18- to 24-year-olds said they'd be willing to give up the internet . . . compared to 59% of people over the age of 65.
  8. A recent survey found the average person complains three times a day. And less than half of us think we could go a whole day without one complaint. Here are the ten things we complain about the most, according to the survey . . . 1. Bad customer service. 2. Telemarketers and robocalls. 3. People who cut in line. 4. Feeling cold. 5. Packages or letters that don't show up on time. 6. Traffic. 7. Trouble connecting to Wi-Fi. 8. Litter, and people who litter. 9. The weather. 10. Feeling too hot. A few more that just missed the top ten are loud neighbors . . . people being late . . . no parking spaces . . . people who stare at their phones . . . spam emails . . . a bad phone signal . . . and feeling hungry.
  9. Here's something I bet you didn't know about SHAQUILLE O'NEAL: He holds the record for the largest singular purchase in Walmart history. (???) Shaq just did an episode of the YouTube show "Hot Ones", where a guy interviews celebrities as they eat hotter and hotter chicken wings. And that's where he dropped this little fun fact about himself. He said, quote, "I got traded from Miami to Phoenix, and I had an apartment that I got in one day . . . three bedroom, nice apartment." So Shaq hit up the local Walmart for supplies, and ended up spending $67,000. He said, quote, "What got me was the TVs, 'cuz I ordered about six TVs. That's what got me." (That trade occurred in February of 2008.) Shaq also said his three biggest mistakes were not investing in Starbucks, and not signing 'N SYNC and the BACKSTREET BOYS when he had a chance . . . which he didn't do because he didn't understand their music. (Check out the video here. Skip ahead to 9:40 for the Walmart stuff, and 10:46 for the Starbucks / boy band clip. WARNING: The video contains profanity . . . especially as the wing sauces get hotter and hotter.)
  10. I know it's petty, but there's something so very satisfying about the way rich people are getting theirs in this college admissions scandal. For instance, it just cost LORI LOUGHLIN her gig with the Hallmark Channel. The network said, quote, "We are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations. We are no longer working with Lori Loughlin and have stopped development of all productions [involving her]." That includes the series "When Calls the Heart", which she's been on since 2014. There's no word on the future of the show yet, but it won't air this weekend. No more "Garage Sale Mysteries" for Lori, either. And will Christmas be the same without 15 movies featuring Lori learning . . . or helping someone else to learn . . . the true meaning of the holidays? Sorry, people, but you're gonna find out later this year. But, in what could be even BIGGER news, there are so-called "sources" out there saying that Netflix is canning her from "Fuller House". There's nothing official on that yet, though. On a related note, Lori's 19-year-old daughter Olivia Jade just lost her deal with Sephora. They had recently teamed up for a cosmetics line. Ironic, since she's the one who didn't care about school because all she wanted to do was be a social media "influencer". Unfortunately, she doesn't have an education to fall back on anymore, because she and her sister Isabella have decided to quitUSC, for obvious reasons. Could you imagine going back there if you were them? TMZ says the girls were never interested in college anyway, and would have preferred a PARTY SCHOOL like Arizona State. (I know how easy and gratifying it can be to rip on these girls, but back off for a second and think about it. Yes, they're legal adults, but really, they're just kids. And kids are supposed to learn values from their parents.) (Obviously, theirs totally FAILED them. I understand how annoying spoiled rich kids are, but they didn't come out of the womb that way.)
  11. WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) introduced the Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Border Security and Disaster Relief Act of 2019, which would secure our southern border and provide much-needed disaster relief. The bill includes $3.6 billion to address the emergency at the border, and $14.949 billion to respond to the 2018 natural disasters, including Florida communities devastated by Hurricane Michael. The bill provides $2.4 billion for Air Force installations, including necessary resources to rebuild Tyndall Air Force Base. The bill also includes $610 million in nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico as a result of Hurricane Maria. A summary of the bill is available here. “Addressing the crisis on our southern border and helping local communities still struggling to recover from recent disasters, including communities in Florida devastated by Hurricane Michael, should not be a partisan issue,” Rubio said. “Yet Congress continues to fail the American people by ignoring the border crisis and playing politics with disaster funding at the expense of local communities. Every day Congress fails to act, the crisis at our border worsens, and we put local communities increasingly at risk of running out of the necessary resources needed to address critical issues and fully recover from recent disasters. It is time to act.”
  12. ‘REVENGE ON INVADERS’ New Zealand mosque shootings – White supremacist gunman revealed in chilling 74-page manifesto he was inspired by Norway mass murderer Anders Breivik The shooter, 28, said he wanted to take revenge for the 'thousands of European lives lost to terror attacks'
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