Thursday, July 22, 2010

Phoebe Prince Suicide Case and sean mulveyhill

Phoebe Prince, a fifteen year old girl committed suicide due to cyber bullying at high school. The six students that evoked her to commit suicide through cyber harassment were charged for serious felony. The family of the deceased girl expressed that the nasty behavior of the classmates drove her to commit suicide. But the reports that were furnished by unveiled another story. The website stated that the girl was very depressed way before entering the school. She studied at South HadleyHigh School.

The web site revealed many other disturbing facts regarding the mental stress that Phoebe Prince was going through. The facts that were reported by theweb site revealed that the teenage girl cut herself in 2008. At that time she was studying at another private boarding school. In addition the website reported that the behavior of the girl continued when she moved to Massachusetts with her sister and mother in 2009. At an occasion she even went to the school with a visible cut on her torso. According to sources her body was covered in cuts and bruises from her ribs to the thighs.

Sean Mulveyhill, Austin Renaud, Kayla Narey, Ashley Longe, Flannery Mullens, and Sharon Chanon Velasquez are 6 of 9 students at South Hadley High School implicated in 15-year-old Phoebe Prince's suicide and who now face criminal charges of criminal harassment, stalking, and statutory rape.

The family members of the departed teen advocated that she committed suicide due to her classmates.

Kenny Guinn dies at 73

Former governor Kenny Guinn has died at the age of 73

Born in Garland, Arkansas, in 1936 and grew up in Exeter, California. Kenny Guinn earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Physical Education from Fresno State, and has a Doctorate in Education from Utah State University.

From 1969 to 1978 he served as Clark County Superintendent; from 1978 to 1993 he served as President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of several major banks and utility companies in Southern Nevada; and he was appointed Interim President of UNLV in 1994.

Kenny Guinn was elected the 28th governor of Nevada in 1998 and was re-elected for a second term in 2002.

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Jessi Slaughter or Kerligirl13 Hot on Search

Jessi Slaughter or Kerligirl13:Become hottest search online
Jessi Slaughter is an eleven year old girl who’s constructing the top rounds on the internet for her video channel on Youtube on which she uses a really bad language. Jessi Slaughter is just eleven years old but if you hear her talking, you can’t tell whether it’s an 11 year old girl verbalizing or a fully grown up, bad-mouthed female who is raving. Jessi Slaughter has her own video channel on Youtube and she places many videos by the name of kerligirl13. These video recordings are created unsupervised and in Jessi’s own room.

Apparently Jessi Slaughter also has many haters who post minus comments about her and in her late video she broke down in front of the camera and even her father turned up in the video to diss all her haters.

While such videos and photos of kerligirl13 are shown on the online web with such young girls placing bad stuff unsupervised over the internet, then one does wonder what the cosmos is coming to; awesome story from Jessislaughter given pcp by her father; kerligirl13.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

1$ billion venture to fight deepwater gulf spills

1$ billion venture to fight with deepwater gulf spills

A new joint venture formed by four of the world’s biggest oil companies will develop a rapid response system for deepwater oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico. Exxon, Shell, Chevron and ConocoPhillips will each contribute 25 percent to a $1 billion company that would be able to mobilize a response within 24 hours to capture and contain deep-sea oil spills, the companies said on Wednesday.

BP, whose blown-out well has leaked as much as 180 million gallons of oil into the Gulf, is not included in the venture but may, along with other companies, be able to use the strike force.
"We don't want to distract them at all," Rex Tillerson, Exxon's chief executive, told the Wall Street Journal. The joint venture’s equipment will include a containment vessel capable of capturing up to 100,000 barrels of oil a day and other equipment to siphon any leaking oil up from the seafloor to a depth of 10,000 feet.

The four companies, which rely on offshore drilling, were not involved in the Gulf oil spill. But the growing catastrophe has dragged down share values as lawmakers promised to beef up regulations against the industry. BP tried and failed several times to contain the gusher off the Louisiana Coast, frustrating residents and lawmakers. The British oil giant was later criticized for grossly underestimating the impact of a deepwater well blowout and overstating its ability to contain it.

The companies will create a nonprofit organization called the Marine Well Containment Company to operate and maintain the response system. ExxonMobil will lead the effort and other companies will be invited to participate.

The response team should be able to start mobilizing within 24 hours of an oil spill, and be fully in place within weeks, Sara Ortwein, vice president of engineering for Exxon Mobil Development Company, told the Wall Street Journal.

Frank Verrastro, an energy expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, told the New York Times that such an initiative was badly needed.

“The spill exposed the fact that the industry’s capability on capture and clean-up was 1980s vintage, in part because there was so much reliance on blowout preventers,” he said. “Companies have used their technology to get into the deepwater but they didn’t have an adequate plan to intervene at these depths or to contain a large-scale spill.”

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Walter Hawkins funeral in California

Walter Hawkins funeral

Gospel stars will meet next week in California to celebrate the life of Walter Hawkins. ? Walter will be buried the next morning. The funeral, also held at the Paramount Theatre, scheduled to begin at 11 am Bishop Kenneth Moala will conduct the ceremony.

KTVU will air the funeral of beloved gospel music artist Walter Hawkins today, Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at 11 am PST. Bishop Kenneth Moal Prayer Tabernacle Church of Love, Inc. in Bridgeport, CT preside over the ceremony. All tickets for the concert of gospel Walter Hawkins and the funeral is at half past one. Whoa! According to Love Center Ministries tickets were made available Friday at noon at Paramount Theatre and everyone was gone.