Charles Manson was up for parole for the 12th time and denied it again in April of 2012. Sadly, these sick people were glorified by many individuals and embraced by underground newspapers. Manson was imprisoned until he was 78 years old in Corcoran State Prison.
I lost a bit of weight, gained some back, lost a smaller amount and maintained. I ate better, replacing butter with this olive oil fake butter (it not trying to be butter which IMO makes it better). I eat Cliff bars or multigrain toast for breakfast, cut down on cheese and beef.
I wasn’t talking trash, I wasn’t bragging about a performance I had yet to do, I was talking about the challenge of doing it, and how cool it would be to come through. I have a butt load of respect for fans of the Yankees, they are up in the first inning on the first 2 strike count, and they are up every time after that. They know the game, they understand history, they are also the most obnoxious, vulgar humans on the planet when it comes to their team, and the opponents.
Manchester FamilyThings to do with the kids in Manchester when it rains (and most of them are free)Greater Manchester NewsIs the hot summer over? The Met Office weather forecast isn’t looking greatAfter months of glorious warm weather prepare for wind, rain and very little sunGreater Manchester NewsThe Met Office says it’s going to be ‘sunshine and showers’ in Manchester next weekIt is all down to an area of low pressure in the Atlantic, which is sweeping weather fronts from west to eastCheshire PoliceA mini tornado hit Stockport and Macclesfield this is what it looked like’It looked like something out of a film. The cloud was getting longer.’Manchester weatherUK weather forecast says the temperature could drop by TEN degrees this weekHere’s the 7 day forecast for Manchester, as experts say it WILL get warm againGreater Manchester PoliceSummer 2018 and people are still slumped in Piccadilly Gardens frozen by Spice. This is not okayWith a new stronger strain of Spice on the streets the drug has only become a bigger and grimmer fact of life in the city centre.
Also in the news: PM Theresa May has said Britain’s exit from the EU will open up new markets and opportunities around the world for British businesses. She said she was determined to “make the most of the opportunities” resulting from the Brexit vote. The prime minister was speaking ahead of the weekend’s G20 summit of leading global economies in China, where she will tell fellow leaders the UK is “open for business”.