Call it a twist of irony. But on Monday Night NBC Dateline broadcast a New one hour special about the case of the attempted murder of Heather Grossman by her ex Husband Ron Samuels. The ex-husband hired hitmen to kill his wife. She is now a parapalegic. Tuesday Night I thought the lady in the 48 Hour Mystery Program was familiar- It was Heather Grossman again. Same Case- Different Network and this was a repeat program. I know its the Summer Doldrums- Isn't there anything new in Crime Reality Cases? .
... and if they don't sell. You can always return them. But Retailers are NONE TOO HAPPY about this practice as the article suggests. ..and to know Coach sends a letter to eBay sellers telling them they cannot buy in Coach Stores......Huh?
80 anglers will fish for $1 million in Hot Springs, Ark., on Thursday, during the Forrest L. Wood Cup ,the main event of the FLW Tour series. The winner's $500,000 payday doubles to $1 million if he fishes on a Ranger Boat. Sadly, ePlay does not have a Fishing Sports Fantasy Challenge for Freshwater OR Saltwater fishing.
The National Sports Collector show opens in Cleveland on Wednesday. Collectors at the show will find 125 cards are being produced specifically for the 28th annual show. Topps will release a 5 card set of "Cards That Never Were" The show runs thru Sunday/
It's true, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg takes the Subway to work every day. Granted two Suburbans pick him up and drives him to an express station, but the Mayor has made good on using public transportation. Now if Politicians would only live in the districts they represent, instead of renting residences and picking up the mail and living elsewhere.
NASCAR has fined Tony Stewart $25,000 for cursing on a live ESPN interview after winning the race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He and Racing owner Joe Gibbs were both docked 25 points as well. Like Nascar Fans would truly be offended! What's next ? Afine if your shoelaces are untied in the pits?
In the bad publicity department, Memorial Arts Monuments repossessed the Headstone of a teenage accident victim after the bill was left unpaid by the family. The Springfield Utah Company stated "It's just business".