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did you skip prom? send us your story


we want to hear from those of you who opted out of the big night.prom season is around the corner. as high school students plan “promposals,” shop for gowns, and order boutonnieres, we want to hear from those of you who opted out of the big night. if you didn’t go to prom, why not? what did you do instead? did your classmates organize an anti-prom or morp? do you regret not going, or did you have more fun?if you have a story to share, we want to hear from you. email your story of 250 words or less to katie anastas at [email protected] by may 1; put “prom” in the subject line. please include your name, city and phone number. your story may be featured online or in print.






chargers' desmond king, rayshawn jenkins have something to prove when rookie cam


chargers coach anthony lynn and quarterback philip rivers both cracked jokes at defensive coordinator gus bradley’s expense before the team began the last day of the draft, a drawn-out three-day ordeal.before saturday rolled around, the chargers and their draft board left bradley and the defensive coaches without any new players.lynn said bradley was on his way to the top of the building. rivers joked that he should go console the new coordinator.the truth, though, at least to hear bradley tell it, was that he understood that things go this way sometimes. his time would eventually come.“it was all good,” bradley said, a laugh punctuating the sentence.across the country, desmond king was trying to tell himself the same thing.projected as a first-round pick in mock drafts after his senior se






intersex: doctors hid secret from me


jeanette is 71. when she was 16 she had a major operation where doctors removed internal testes from her body. but jeanette didn't know she had testes and doctors didn't tell her what the operation was for. life became very difficult for jeanette including problems with physical intimacy and it wasn't until she was 50 that she discovered the truth about her own body.you can hear more on radio 4's pm programme from 17:00 bst on monday 22 may. journalist: dr faye kirkland video journalist: rob brown






intersex: doctors hid secret from me


jeanette is 71. when she was 16 she had a major operation where doctors removed internal testes from her body. but jeanette didn't know she had testes and doctors didn't tell her what the operation was for. life became very difficult for jeanette including problems with physical intimacy and it wasn't until she was 50 that she discovered the truth about her own body.you can hear jeanette's full story on radio 4's pm programme from 17:00 bst on monday 22 may. journalist: dr faye kirkland video journalist: rob brown






doctors 'played god' with my body


jeanette is 71. when she was 16 she had a major operation where doctors removed internal testes from her body. but jeanette didn't know she had testes and doctors didn't tell her what the operation was for. life became very difficult for jeanette including problems with physical intimacy and it wasn't until she was 50 that she discovered the truth about her own body.you can hear jeanette's full story on radio 4's pm programme from 17:00 bst on monday 22 may. journalist: dr faye kirkland video journalist: rob brown






ozzy man reviews cat stuck in a pipe


curiosity didn’t kill this cat, but it sure ruined its day. too bad the cat can’t hear ozzy man’s hilarious commentary to this video, it might have cheered it up.full story at youtube.more great animals. posted by josh urich






why those giggling robocalls are no laughing matter


the phone rings. you pick it up and say “hello.” there’s a brief silence and then a woman’s voice says, “oh, hi there!” she offers an embarrassed laugh. “i’m sorry, i was having a little trouble with my headset!”i’ve gotten this call a number of times in recent weeks, at home and at work, and each time i’ve been suckered by the lifelike opening to stay on the line longer than i normally would for a robocall.this is a new and highly sophisticated racket known as the “can you hear me” scam, which involves tricking people into saying yes and using that affirmation to sign people up for stuff they didn’t order.natural-speech technology is advancing so quickly that it may be only a few years until we won’t be able to tell if we are speaking with a machine.“this stuff is all coming together now






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words. she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she said she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in the monte carlo that campbell had given






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words. she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she said she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in the monte carlo that campbell had given






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words. she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she said she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in the monte carlo that campbell had given






as my son dreams of the big leagues, puberty doesn’t make life’s curveballs any


i was telling thomas, the little guy’s teammate, that i don’t really understand a lot about life, despite being 390 years old and sometimes pretending to have all the answers.thomas had initiated the discussion by griping about the lack of bullpen space to throw in. as a coach, i said i didn’t understand it either. but then, i added, i didn’t understand a lot of things. such as, why do we eat jelly beans at easter? or, what do women do with the billions of q-tips they buy?i also lamented changes in the ’65 mustang, the most-perfect car ever.“why’d they change it?” i asked thomas. “does in-n-out change its cheeseburger every year? so why are car companies so quick to ditch a classic design? they would’ve sold 50 billion by now.”i paused, tossed a couple of baseballs his way, then added: “bu






chocolate mint cookies answer a late-night craving


we want to hear from you.of course, we always want to hear from you — which is why we include our reporters' email addresses at the bottom of every story, and welcome your comments on facebook and twitter.but today, we're introducing a new way for you to tell us what you'd like to read about... (marissa conrad)






gabriele bonci, the esteemed roman pizza-maker, coming to chicago


we want to hear from you.of course, we always want to hear from you — which is why we include our reporters' email addresses at the bottom of every story, and welcome your comments on facebook and twitter.but today, we're introducing a new way for you to tell us what you'd like to read about... (marissa conrad)






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words.she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she wrote that she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in a chevrolet monte carlo that campbe






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words.she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she wrote that she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in a chevrolet monte carlo that campbe






ids released on 3 people found dead in car: 'i didn’t know his last goodbye was


even as she was scrawling the letters onto a piece of paper monday, tami campbell knew her son would never come home, would never read her words.she left him the note anyway, to let him know she’d gone to the police station because she hadn't heard from him. she wrote that she'd be back soon, but she was already sure he was dead. deep down, she knew it as soon as he didn’t return her text.“he didn’t respond, and he always respond,” campbell said tuesday. “i didn’t hear no more from him. that was ... i didn’t know his last goodbye was his last goodbye. i always text him, ‘are you safe?’ and i don’t know why, that day i text him: ‘are you alive?’ it was like i knew already.”her only child, ryan hamilton, 20, was among three young men found shot to death in a chevrolet monte carlo that campbe






swedish bakery fans crowd closing store for princess cake and other favorites


we want to hear from you.of course, we always want to hear from you — which is why we include our reporters' email addresses at the bottom of every story, and welcome your comments on facebook and twitter.but today, we're introducing a new way for you to tell us what you'd like to read about... (marissa conrad)






judge won't hear gay adoptions because it's not in a child's 'best interest'


a family court judge in kentucky has announced he will no longer hear adoption cases involving “homosexual parties” because he believes allowing a gay person to adopt could never be in the child's best interest.        






what's your favorite regional dish you think nobody else knows about?


photo from tim marshall.regional foods are often the best hidden gems of any area. whether it’s north dakota’s knoephla or shrimp and grits in south carolina, everywhere has a food of their own, and we want to hear about your favorites.advertisementpersonally, one of my favorites is colorado/new mexico style green chili. i didn’t even realize it was a regional thing until i left colorado. everyone has their own little variation on this of course, but it’s essentially cubed or shredded pork shoulder, a couple dozen roasted green chiles (hatch, preferably), pureed tomatoes (or tomatillos), and a variety of spices. the end result is a half-stew, half-dipping sauce that can also be put on top of a burrito. anyway, that’s me, let’s hear your thoughts. we all know about chicago’s deep dish pizza






what's your favorite regional dish you think nobody else knows about?


photo from tim marshall.regional foods are often the best hidden gems of any area. whether it’s north dakota’s knoephla or shrimp and grits in north carolina, everywhere has a food of their own, and we want to hear about your favorites.advertisementpersonally, one of my favorites is colorado/new mexico style green chili. i didn’t even realize it was a regional thing until i left colorado. everyone has their own little variation on this of course, but it’s essentially cubed or shredded pork shoulder, a couple dozen roasted green chiles (hatch, preferably), pureed tomatoes (or tomatillos), and a variety of spices. the end result is a half-stew, half-dipping sauce that can also be put on top of a burrito. anyway, that’s me, let’s hear your thoughts. we all know about chicago’s deep dish pizza






what's your favorite regional dish you think nobody else knows about?


photo from tim marshall.regional foods are often the best hidden gems of any area. whether it’s north dakota’s knoephla or shrimp and grits in north carolina, everywhere has a food of their own, and we want to hear about your favorites.advertisementpersonally, one of my favorites is colorado/new mexico style green chili. i didn’t even realize it was a regional thing until i left colorado. everyone has their own little variation on this of course, but it’s essentially cubed or shredded pork shoulder, a couple dozen roasted green chiles (hatch, preferably), pureed tomatoes (or tomatillos), and a variety of spices. the end result is a half-stew, half-dipping sauce that can also be put on top of a burrito. anyway, that’s me, let’s hear your thoughts. we all know about chicago’s deep dish pizza






naperville north soccer standout ashley santos moves forward after mom's death


patricia frontain can still hear her son singing "happy birthday" to her for the last time — just hours before he was shot and killed."i can still hear it in my head," frontain said in a recent interview in her des plaines home, pointing to a chair at the dining room table where her son, patrick...






ny high court to hear lindsay lohan 'grand theft auto' case


albany, n.y. — new york state’s highest court has agreed to allow lindsay lohan to appeal her lawsuit against the makers of “grand theft auto,” who the actress says used her likeness in the videogame without permission.lohan’s suit was dismissed last year when a lower court ruled that take-two interactive software inc. didn’t use her actual “name, portrait or picture.”lohan accused the company of modeling her physical features and voice in “grand theft auto v.” the court says the depictions were protected as a “work of fiction and satire.”the court of appeals granted lohan’s appeal request thursday. it could be up to a year before oral arguments are heard.the court also agreed to hear a similar appeal by “mob wives” television star karen gravano.






if obama wants to help democrats, he should disappear


barack obama is back. last week, the former president gave a speech at the university of chicago, his first public remarks since leaving the white house on january 20. obama’s theme, no surprise, was his post-presidency: “i’m spending a lot of time thinking about: ‘what is the most important thing i can do for my next job?’”here’s an idea for obama: disappear from public life for a decade.with few exceptions, former presidents generally avoid the spotlight. apart from a few interviews george w. bush gave earlier this year to promote his book of portraits honoring military veterans, americans didn’t hear much from him once he left office. bill clinton didn’t exactly retire after his stint in the white house, but he at least confined himself mostly to giving overpaid speeches to global elite






stunning guitar-tapping busker in london


every now and then you hear a street busker that makes you realize how many talented musicians are out there––many of whom you’ll never hear. or at least, you won’t if you only listen to major record labels. thankfully, youtube allows us to share great talent like this.full story at youtube.more great music. posted by josh urich






hugh jackman didn't know wolverines were real animals until after he started sho


fox.we hear stories about actors being cast as superheroes who have never picked up a comic book all the time, but hugh jackman took this a step further when he showed up for his wolverine audition back in the late ‘90s for the first x-men movie. he didn’t even know wolverines existed—and he found out in the most delightfully awkward way.“i didn’t even know there was a wolverine,” said jackman at a press event earlier this week, according to page six. “i literally, embarrassingly did about two weeks of research on wolves. i was rehearsing for three weeks and i was shooting, so i was kind of on my own. i remember going past an imax in toronto, and there was an imax documentary about wolves, and so i thought, ‘i’ll go and see that.’”so jackman came to the x-men set and started being the best






audio illusion makes you hear lyrics that aren't there


take a look at this audio illusion. it’s pretty mind blowing because it will make you hear lyrics that aren’t really there, just using midi tricks.full story at youtube.more great music. posted by josh urich






hawaii asks full court to hear trump travel ban appeal


honolulu — attorneys representing hawaii in the state's challenge to president donald trump's revised travel ban are asking that the full panel of a federal appeals court hear the case.the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals is scheduled to hear the case may 15.hawaii's request filed tuesday notes that the full 15-judge panel of another federal appeals court will hear a similar case challenging the travel ban.appeals are typically heard first by a three-judge panel before they are possibly examined by the full panel.hawaii argues the case involves a "question of exceptional importance."the trump administration is appealing a hawaii federal judge's ruling blocking the government from suspending new visas for people from six muslim-majority countries and halting the u.s. refugee program.






bill o'reilly's 'james brown wig' comment is the latest example of tuning out wo


bill o'reilly's "james brown wig" comment was horrendous.mean, mocking, sophomoric — beyond the pale, really, even for a guy whose racially charged comments are his calling card: "if you go to any restaurant, mexican restaurant in the world, they come out and they're singing 'guantanamera' with the sombreros on." african-americans "are ill-educated and have tattoos on their foreheads." and so on.(i have seen some forehead tattoos up close, by the way, and they've all been on white folks. mostly at my ex-sister-in-law's wedding. i'm just saying.)related: trending life & style news this hourbut let's talk about the comment leading up to the wig part. "i didn't hear a word she said," o'reilly told his "fox & friends" co-hosts tuesday, after they watched a clip of rep. maxine waters, d-calif.,






bill o'reilly's 'james brown wig' comment is the latest example of tuning out wo


bill o'reilly's "james brown wig" comment was horrendous.mean, mocking, sophomoric — beyond the pale, really, even for a guy whose racially charged comments are his calling card: "if you go to any restaurant, mexican restaurant in the world, they come out and they're singing 'guantanamera' with the sombreros on." african-americans "are ill-educated and have tattoos on their foreheads." and so on.(i have seen some forehead tattoos up close, by the way, and they've all been on white folks. mostly at my ex-sister-in-law's wedding. i'm just saying.)related: trending life & style news this hourbut let's talk about the comment leading up to the wig part. "i didn't hear a word she said," o'reilly told his "fox & friends" co-hosts tuesday, after they watched a clip of u.s. rep. maxine waters, d-ca






minn. supreme court to hear school integration lawsuit


the minnesota supreme court will hear the lawsuit brought by minneapolis and st. paul school parents who say that segregation has denied poor and minority children an adequate education.on wednesday the supreme court order granted the review, after the minnesota court of appeals threw out the suit in march.a group of minneapolis and st. paul school district parents brought the suit in november 2015, saying the state knew about segregation along race and poverty lines and didn't give students a sufficient education. attorneys called for a metrowide integration plan and other changes to help segregated schools.oral arguments will probably be in the fall, according to the briefing schedule, said daniel shulman of gray plant mooty, the lead attorney for the parents.






hear my caller download


download download want to hear your phone announce the name of every caller? get hear my caller and hear who is calling you today. includes over 2, 000 popular names of guys and girls and relationships. includes different themes to choose from (work-friendly, general, funny, etc. ) fun, safe and convenientyou will know who is calling without having to look at your phone in any situation. driving the car but curious who is calling? is your phone in the other room? watching the game and don't want to get up? includes relationships tooin addition to popular guy names and girl names we added relationships. "your school teacher is calling", "your mom is calling", "your boss is calling", "your baby's daddy is calling", "your ex is calling" over 500 relationships included. features- hear the na






does tailored audio sound better? it depends on your ears


you don't have to think of yourself as deaf to have quirks in your hearing: ear infections and the antibiotics used to treat them can affect how well you hear certain frequencies, as can age and prolonged exposure to high volumes. plus we all just hear sound a little differently -- so wouldn't music sound better with some custom processing?there are plenty of digital sound processors you can attach to your smartphone to enhance the audio (some of them doubling as battery packs), or give you the audio signature of a specific venue like a concert hall or a cosy club. different headphones are also tuned for different audio profiles -- etymotic research headphones prioritize a flat, neutral response, while acs's in-ear buds have a much richer, warmer sound. instead of leaving you to tweak the






trump on the oscars: "it didn't feel like a very glamorous thing"


jimmy kimmel probably won’t be surprised to hear that the president didn’t think much of his work as an oscars host.while donald trump’s twitter account remained quiet during the awards show itself sunday evening, the president did let his feelings on the proceedings be known monday, saying the ceremony was too focused on politics. “i think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end,” president trump said in an interview with breitbart news conducted in the oval office. “it was a little sad. it took away from the glamour of the oscars. it didn’t feel like a very glamorous evening,” the president said. “i’ve been to the oscars. there was something very special missing, and then to end that way was sad.”trump was referring to the mishap that result






after the free fall | the seattle times


luke aikins jumped out of a plane with no parachute. now he talks about what happened after he hit the net.everything began the moment the jump ended. inside the net, luke aikins, the shelton man who skydived without a parachute last summer, screamed obscenities. then he whispered. then he just breathed — slow, deep, rhythmic breaths.it took 121 seconds from the time he stepped out of the plane, 25,000 feet above the california desert, until he landed in the 100-foot-by-100-foot net. it took another 45 seconds for the net, 170 feet in the air, to lower him to the ground and for him to begin the celebration.it was the only part of the jump he could never simulate. everything else he could analyze, inspect, test and calculate. but the end could only be experienced. he floated while in the ne






bob baffert shares his thoughts about the kentucky derby


after winning the kentucky oaks with abel tasman, veteran trainer bob baffert was asked what he thought about the kentucky derby. this is an edited version of his response (baffert does not have a horse in the derby):"i ask other people and everybody says, 'i don't know.' it's like the 'i don't know' derby. i think there are some nice horses in there. there's a lot of parity. there hasn't been a horse separate himself from the pack yet. and usually the kentucky derby will do that. i think a horse is going to do something [saturday]."i don't know which one it is. but one of them is going to do that to get everybody chimed in. i think all the races have been pretty close. you know, you've got the winner of the florida derby [always dreaming], i think todd pletcher's horse is really fast ....






kentucky derby updates: what you need to know about this year's run for the rose


after winning the kentucky oaks with abel tasman, veteran trainer bob baffert was asked what he thought about the kentucky derby. this is an edited version of his response (baffert does not have a horse in the derby):"i ask other people and everybody says, 'i don't know.' it's like the 'i don't know' derby. i think there are some nice horses in there. there's a lot of parity. there hasn't been a horse separate himself from the pack yet. and usually the kentucky derby will do that. i think a horse is going to do something [saturday]."i don't know which one it is. but one of them is going to do that to get everybody chimed in. i think all the races have been pretty close. you know, you've got the winner of the florida derby [always dreaming], i think todd pletcher's horse is really fast ....






african migrants face torture, blackmail amid yemeni chaos


aden, yemen — after reaching yemen's shores in a packed migrant boat, the young ethiopian coffee farmer was plunged into a living hell. the smugglers wanted thousands of dollars in ransom from the migrants, and they used him as an example of what would happen if they didn't pay.each day for a month, they inflicted new tortures on him, omar farrag told the ociated press. they put him in a tank of water and lit a fire underneath it. they w ped his limbs with tight barbed wire. at times, they heated the barbed wire.finally, his younger brother e from ethiopia with $2,000 in ransom money. the smugglers decided they could squeeze more money out of him too, so they tortured his brother and ended up killing him, farrag said.now in the southern yemeni city of aden, the 26-year-old is overcome with