In the last 12 months, the Southern Californians mourn, because our beloved mascot and champion of the people, the P-22, was humanely euthanized. Until about a decade ago, P-22 came into our hearts and rudder cams. It has become a teeming gift in its own right. Although his bachelor had been at the top of his mountain lion life, he still won the love of an entire city. He migrated from Santa Monica to Hollywood, where he lived the rest of his life.
Unfortunately, over the past few months he began to show a tense and erratic behavior, besides acting aggressively toward the people and their dogs. The LA Wildlife Team sported an Neptune P-22 to provide health and retirement for a beautiful, natural area. Unfortunately, they discovered he had several chronic illnesses and serious injuries and that they were not able to kill him, so they had no choice but to euthanize him. Rest well our shy, solo King, and may you be prowling well in the great beyond.
Rahul Kohli (@RahulKohli13) December 17-22 2022
In the froth of the country, Mike Flanagan favorite Rahul Kohli is shooting. He tweeted today about his desire to become the Gunslinger of The Dark Tower series for Amazon Prime. I’m a big fan of Kohli.
Eyewitness News WTVO/WQRF (@MyStateline) December 16, 2022.
Mommy! A truck collision dragged 40.000 pounds of meatballs into a highway in Virginia! I can’t find out whether the firemen are getting ready for work or not. mystateline.com has some ideas for you.
Piers Morgan Defender, former talk show host and wife of Ozzy, was hospitalized yesterday after a medical emergency. I hope that she is OK, and also hope that she apologizes for defending Morgans racist and misogynistic remarks about Meghan Markle, at one point,! Variety
And finally, Ohio’s heartbeat law which would effectively ban most abortions in the state will remain blocked after the court of appeal on Friday ruled a state court of Appeals on Friday. Thank you. So, abortions can now continue for now during 20 weeks of pregnancy. The same standard as what the state kept for the last three years. Dayton Daily News reported yesterday.
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