Fire up your library card. 1). Girl, By Blake Nelson Whether youre just finding yourself (ew, I know) as a teen or doing so belatedly as an adult, Blake Nelsons devastatingly accurate portrayal of teenage Andrea Marrs entrance into the Portland music scene is for you. Pull on your ill-fitting thrift store dress and start experimenting with the Manic Panic in prep. 2). Eleanor & Park, By Rainbow Rowell Two outsider kids who bond over their mutual love of Joy Division on that gauntlet of high school shame, the school bus? Yes please.
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Police: poltergeist turns out to be woman on ‘meth rampage’ | Local & Regional | Seattle News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO News
If that wasn’t bizarre enough, the couple said the soles of their shoes had been removed and a single screw had been screwed into a piece of scrap wood and crammed into space between a door and and its frame. An upside down can of paint had also mysteriously appeared on their toilet, according to police. The only clue the couple had to work with was an unknown purse found on their bed. Inside the purse was a 27-year-old woman’s ID card. Officers searched the condo for obvious signs of a break in, but they found none. The only other way to get inside the home would have been to shimmy up a tree and climb through a window, police said.
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Gaza families bear brunt of Israel’s ‘pinpoint strikes’ – Yahoo News
Everyone was killed.” The air strike was targeting Hafez Hamad, a local commander in the Islamic Jihad militant group, and killed him, as well as his parents, two brothers and niece. “Where were their human rights, which Israel and its backers say they defend?” said Bassam Qassem, a neighbor. “Even if he (Hamad) was a resistance fighter, does that allow them to kill his whole family? This is murder.” For their part, nervous Israeli civilians have for days had to heed warning sirens to seek shelter from Palestinian rockets, around 700 of which have lobbed from Gaza since Tuesday. They have so far caused no Israeli fatalities, but some injuries and damage. Israel disavows any responsibility for the Gaza deaths, saying Hamas stows its people and weapons among civilians and hopes to score a cheap sympathy boost from their deaths. “We are using all our attacking capabilities, not without brains, reason – not without taking into consideration that there are also civilians in Gaza. We remember that there are civilians.
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