Some guy went ape over Beebs:
Some guy went ape over Beebs:
Still no resolution on the fate of J. Beebs' quarantined Capuchin, seized by Munich custom officials on March 28th.
The pop singer needs to claim Mally -- and pay thousands of dollars for his care -- or officially inform the authorities by letter that he no longer wants him.
Bieber's humans claim they are working with the German authorities to resolve the situation. For now, the baby monkey is a Munchner, who clings to a stuffed animal as a surrogate parent and repeatedly crying out "in the hope of finding other members of his family group" -- described by animal shelter official Karl Heinz Joachim as "heartbreaking".
Photo: Copyright EPA / published 06:30 EST, 23 April 2013 / www.dailymail.co.uk
Ironically, Bieber's biggest hit of his career was "Baby", ending with the woeful words "I'm gone".
More's the pity for Mally and shame on the 19-year-old singer for making a baby monkey cry.
As to why the posting about this topic on this website, Ron would have seen the value of this as a news story versus Nikki Haley's status as an Indian-American Woman presiding over South Carolina; the flawed Gang Immigration Bill a/k/a the "Welfare Welcome Wagon"; O'Malley declaring the recent jail indictments as "a positive development"; Obama's expansion of pre-kindergarten programs and his other nonsense; along with all the rest of the crap that's presented to us as "news" these days.
Fabulous friends Sarah Fleischer and Amelia from 98 Rock will be Guest Bartenders at a fun fundraiser hosted by TurnAround, Inc., on Wednesday, May 22 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Mt. Washington Tavern, 5700 Newbury Street, Baltimore, MD.
Please join us to help raise funds for TurnAround, Inc., the domestic violence and sexual assault center in Baltimore that helps so many women, children and families who are victims of abuse. Learn more about TurnAround, Inc. at www.turnaroundinc.org/
To make a reservation, call the Mt. Washington Tavern at 410-367-6903. Be sure to say you are supporting TurnAround. Drinks and dining will be on a "pay-as-you-enjoy" basis with ten percent of the evening's proceeds benefitting TurnAround. Reservations must be made by Tuesday, May 21st.
A lovely acoustical trio will provide the music for the event that will feature a "cash and carry" silent auction, a raffle, and maybe a few surprises...
Please use the Sulgrave Avenue entrance to the restaurant and take the elevator to the second floor to join the fun.
There is plentiful off-street and public parking and nearby Light Rail service. Valet parking is also available.
Here's hoping for a Big Turnout for TurnAround and here's a big Shout Out for Sarah and Amelia for making this such a special event!
I hope to see you there.
Ben Carson told Newsmax that “the personal and political attacks he has undergone, including protests from students and faculty at Johns Hopkins University that ended up with him stepping down from delivering this year’s commencement address, haven’t turned him off politics.”
“To the contrary, they have ‘spurred him on’”, Greg Richter and John Bachman reported, adding that “At the same time, it saddens him to see others become afraid to speak out because of intimidation in a country that was founded on freedom of expression.”
“We’ve fallen so far, we should be very alarmed about what’s going on here,” said the good Doctor.
Read the full story and view the video at http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/ben-carson-education-attacks/2013/04/14/id/499393#ixzz2QYPAmEmr.
As Ron said, “If you want to know who’s really in charge, ask yourself who can’t be criticized.”