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A Knoxville woman was arrested after officers said she was yelling obscenities while wearing nothing but a bandana around her neck in the Fort Sanders area Tuesday night. According to court documents, officers responded to a home on Laurel Avenue where they found Catherine Foran standing on a porch that did not belong to her. Officers said Foran was completely nude except for a bandana around her neck and that she was allegedly screaming obscenities at passersby. Foran allegedly told officers her boyfriend had invited her over for "sexual favors" but then he denied her. Officers reported that Foran was able to escape her handcuffs as she was being taken into custody, but was quickly re-cuffed. Foran was booked into the Knox County jail on charges of public intoxication. https://www.wvlt.tv/content/news/Knoxville-woman-arrested-wearing-nothing-but-bandanna--570273361.html
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The word "Hipster" goes all the way back to the 1930s. While "hipster" is used these days to describe someone who tries (perhaps too hard) to be stylish and trendy, the term is actually much older. According to Dictionary.com, the word was originally used (along with the similar "hepster") in the 1930s to refer to someone in the jazz scene.
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A Bolivian Orchestra has been trapped inside a “haunted” German Castle that’s surrounded by wolves for seventy-three days because of the Coronavirus. (https://bit.ly/2LYx9e4)
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A North Carolina nurse said she’s treating patients who have attended “Coronavirus parties” in an attempt to catch the deadly bug and hopefully develop immunity. “Over the last few days, we have heard from a lot of patients and the community that they’re unafraid of getting the virus,” Yolanda Enrich, a nurse practitioner at Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, told an NBC affiliate. “People are actually out and about trying to get the virus, so attending gatherings, parties trying to maximize their chances of exposure.” Ernich said younger patients have told health care workers they’re hoping to develop antibodies so they no longer have to take precautions while they’re out in public. Though health experts have not yet determined whether coronavirus antibodies actually deliver immunity. “We’re really concerned about this trend,” Enrich said. “They can spread the virus around the community and hurt our vulnerable populations that will have serious health implications.” Gov. Roy Cooper and state health officials are sounding the alarm on the idiotic concept. (https://bit.ly/2LMhoqv)
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A St. Petersburg man was fined $500 for telling police his name was “Ben Dover” ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2KjleHQ)
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