Last night’s ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ had Dorothy Hammill as a guest start. On Friday the two episode bicycle shop child molester aired and thankfully we missed that one.
Shortly before the inauguration, the president-elect said, “Sure it’s a big job, but I don’t think anybody who can do it any better than I can.” Some bravado, eh? But it wasn’t said by our current president but rather John F. Kennedy to a reporter from TIME. He followed it up with, “It isn’t going to be so bad, you’ve got time to think, and besides, the pay is pretty good.”
An Alabama megachurch is seeking to establish its own police department — and a bill that would green light the force is already moving through the state senate. The 4,100-member strong Briarwood Presbyterian Church, located in suburban Birmingham, contends it needs its own police force to counter any potential threats because it is also home to a K-12 school and a theological seminary with 2,000 students and teachers.
Neil deGrasse Tyson did the math – David Rockefeller’s (1915-2017) $900M in lifetime philanthropy is equivalent to donating $24,000 for every day of his life.
The caretaker who lived in the guest house moved in three weeks after the murders and resided there for 20 years.
During an interview on ABC’s show 20/20, he said that while living there, he felt “safe, secure, loved and beauty.” He sold the property for $1.6 million in 1989.
Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails started renting the house in 1992 and set up a recording studio “dubbed “Pig” (sometimes called “Le Pig”) in a reference to murderer Susan Atkins’ writing “Pig” in Tate’s blood on the front door of the house.”
One day he randomly ran into Tate’s sister who confronted him about exploiting her death and moved out.
Reznor took the front door of the house with him when he moved out, installing it at Nothing Studios, his new recording studio/record label headquarters in New Orleans.
In 1994, the owner demolished the house and built a replacement home called Villa Bella, with a new street address.
Despite the message that the happiest you is just 10 pounds away, new research suggests that improving the quality of your diet may be the recipe to protecting and even improving your mental health, not losing weight.