Dozens of New York City police officers hurled demands and booed at Mayor Bill de Blasio on his way into a Brooklyn gym Monday morning.
Members of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association gathered outside the YMCA in Park Slope to demand higher wages, shouting, “We want a new contract” and waving signs that read, “Put some sweat into working on our PBA contract” and “Workout a contract with cops,” the New York Post reported.
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Police say that four men used the newly-released “Pokemon Go” game to commit multiple robberies in St. Louis and St. Charles counties, CBS affiliate KMOV reported.
Police say that they believe the suspects conducted multiple armed robberies by targeting their victims through the Pokemon Go game.
A WOMAN AT a gym tells her friend she pays rent higher than $2,000 a month. An ex-Microsoft employee describes his work as an artist to a woman he’s interviewing to be his assistant—he makes paintings and body casts, as well as something to do with infrared light that’s hard to discern from his foreign accent. Another man describes his gay lover’s unusual sexual fetish, which involves engaging in fake fistfights, “like we were doing a scene from Batman Returns.”
Here in Gustine, population 457, what happens at the schoolhouse affects nearly everyone. And something happened Monday that is causing a big controversy in this small town.
“I felt uncomfortable, and I didn’t want to do it,” said 11-year-old Eliza Medina. “I felt like they violated my privacy.”
Parents in Gustine, Texas want answers after elementary students were ordered to pull down their pants.
As mentioned, on Wednesday I attended a tech exec panel held at Palo Alto High School (in the high school gym, which was a weird sort of setting for such a high powered gathering of folks — complete with gym echoes, and school bells buzzing, at one point leading a bunch of students to stream out to lunch just as Google’s Eric Schmidt started talking). You can see the video of the event here where the sound is actually much, much clearer than in the gym itself, where the buzzing old lights made it nearly impossible to hear half of the panelists).