Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by LambChop, Sep 30, 2014.
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Technically - you're second :hilarious:
marking my spot and rubbing my toes.
We've spent 272 days waiting for the wheels of justice to start rolling again . It's starting a slow roll, and hopefully a jury can be picked quickly , and not 93 days, and the start of a new year, in choosing a jury
1659 - Robinson Crusoe is shipwrecked (according to Daniel Defoe)
1888 - Jack the Ripper kills his third and fourth victims, Catherine Eddowes and Elizabeth Stride
1935 - “Calling all cars...” "The Adventures of Dick Tracy" came to radio for the first time --
1951 - Clem Kadiddlehopper and Freddie the Freeloader are just a few charterers we'd meet on "The Red Skelton Show" when it debuted on NBC-TV.
1955 - James Dean dies at age 24 in a car crash on a California highway. Dean was driving his Porsche 550 Spyder, nicknamed "Little Bastard," headed to a car race in Salinas, California, with his mechanic Rolf Wuetherich, when they were involved in a head-on collision with a car;
1958 - The police drama "Naked City" debuted on ABC-TV.
1960 - As we say our goodbyes to Howdy Doody's last show where Clarabelle finally speaks.
the the new 1st prime time animation show The Flintstones takes over
1982 - "Cheers" began an 11-year run on NBC-TV. Frasier looks so young.
Cyanide laced Tylenol kills six in Chicago . Seven are killed in all.
1984 - the mystery series "Murder, She Wrote," starring Angela Lansbury, premiered on CBS.
2010 - Tony Curtis dies in Las Vegas, Nevada;
2014 - Jessie Matthews is arrested in the disappearance of Hannah Graham, and dna links him to a murder of young woman and rape of another.
and Jodi Arais is still on trial.
Ebola comes to Texas
Well, I guess I'll quit counting..... I've been looking at the JA interrogation videos, the ones that were done in Siskiyou County and reproduced by Lohr. On number #5, at about 30 minutes, is JA smelling her crotch? Giving herself a little tickle? If not, what is she doing?
I notice, also, that she's obsessed with her hair. She flips it, she fingers it, she sheds it, she admires it, she stands on her head on it....... And in the trial context, she's all about donating it. I mean, she could have donated her toenails? Her silicon padding? Her busted finger for a needy fingerless soul? Anyway, she's all about her hair. Is there a psychological interpretation of a hair fetish?
BREAKING NEWS. First case of Ebola in US citizen in Dallas. Was around others for days before he had symptoms. CDC trying to contact those people. He is in intensive care.
Very scary. There is also some mystery virus going around that is causing paralysis. Saw this on Drudge Report.
Nice clean thread..thanks Lamby
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This is very scary. Thanks for the update.
It's her covering. She uses it to hide behind it and it provides shelter. She always been a hair person, always changing her hair color, I think the length has stayed about the same. She does spend an inordinate amount of time on it.
I wonder how antsy she got when she had her hair chopped off last month.
James Dean, OH must I say more :loveyou:
I am absolutely terrified of this horrible disease ever since I read "The Hot Zone" many years ago.
Even though the incubating period is roughly 20 days or so, the real scary thing is once you begin to show symptoms you literally can be dead in as little as a week. And the horrible way in how you die is truly horrific. The disease breaks down your cells and so you can end up bleeding and oozing out of every orifice of your body.
It is absolutely one of the most frightening diseases I have ever heard about.
It was inevitable it would show up on Americas soil.
My biggest fear now is I dont think we know enough about how it spreads to safely say that it is only transmitted by bodily fluid contact, which is the current thought.
There have been quite a few cases of doctors and nurses getting this disease and they swear they took all the precautions. So my theory of how it can spread is a little more frightening than what doctors currently believe.
I think the doctors may be mostly right, but what I think they may not be considering is that maybe its possible that small breathed air particles (mist particles) of someones breath may carry through the air and get sucked into another lungs and they may catch it. So even though they claim its not airborn, I think they maybe missing that small breathed air particles can travel microscopically at least a small distance.
Especially if someone sneezes. Or perhaps when someone with the disease touches something and then someone comes along and touches that same object. Perhaps there is small particles of bodily sweat left over to get transmitted.
Anyway, I am just terrified of this disease and I hope there is never the kind of outbreak that Africa currently has. I also pray they can someday get their under control. This is 1 disease that is not to be messed with.
Prayers also go to all the brave doctors and nurses trying to help the poor people that catch this disaese.
Oh, and there is some hope for that new possible cure that helped those 2 other doctors that came here and were cured. They just need to make tons more of that vaccine to see if it works its magic like it did on them.
Godspeed to them.
They had a three hour press conference this afternoon, but it was mostly going over the same information. This is just another reason to avoid shopping malls this year. Glad I'm a homebody/
Good morning :seeya:
Another tweetful day :sigh:
100 more potential jurors to be questioned today at 10:30 am (AZ)
Jodi Arias sentencing re-trial: Former juror discusses anxiety ahead of sentencing phase re-trial
"...Kelley said she still keeps in contact with a few of the other jurors. She said she spoke to a few of them earlier this week when jury selection began. Anxiety among them was a common feeling, she said...."
When I look at where missy:jail: spends her day, I just shake my head, wondering if I could ever live in this little cubicle of a room -just look at that mattress - if you can call it that- and there's no window! Where are her clothes? in those paper bags? I assume that her cell in Perryville will be the same. Just :notgood:
And look at her food!! :hills:- just slop and disgusting, IMO.
(photos/story from http://photoblog.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/05/21/18399000-peek-inside-jodi-arias-jail-cell?lite )
Good Morning. Ready to take my seat.... will also be checking on the progress of verdict watch for Michael Dunn.
The interrogation vids are, as Jodi might say,"very compelling." She's arrested, cuffed, stuck in an interrogation room in the sheriff's dept, read her rights... and she asks to borrow a sweater? Giggles? Yammers on and on like she and Det. Flores are at a party (patience of a saint, that man), says it's awesome that Travis invited Mimi to Cancun, then says the bishop (?!) told her, Jodi, that Travis was heartbroken because Mimi only wanted to be friends, and THEN says she (Jodi) left Mesa in part because Travis had met "the one," (Mimi), and she (Jodi) didn't want to cause problems in that relationship (even though it wasn't a relationship). Gaaaaah! Mimi Mimi Mimi!
And the singing and stretching and head-standing, fiddling with everything she can get her hands on, poking around in the trash, and of course all that business with her hair.... all that stuff alone makes her look nuts! Now that we know what she actually did to Travis and saw her astonishing 18-day run in the Witch On the Witness Stand, these interrogation tapes are all the more fascinating. You can practically hear the little gears in her head, grinding away, trying to figure out a lie to get her out of the little mess she's in.
Good Morning. It is a rainy day here in the North East. We could use it.
I will check in later, but I am sure the tweets will be the same as Monday. Jurors will be let go left and right. It remains to be seen if they get all they need by time this phase is really on the road again.
Have a good one everyone.
When I saw these photos my first thought was. there are many people here in Arizona who don't have even this much, and they haven't murdered anyone.
PepsiCo Wants to Patent Granola Bars stuffed or coated with Pop Rocks!
pop Rocks are forever tainted for me. ewwww.....
i have been keeping up with that one too Kensie. In most States now and children having paralysis. I just pray for everyone. Hard times upon this nation.