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June Events in Summerville!

2023.06.01 23:51 Ifeex June Events in Summerville!

Here is a list of events happening in Summerville for the month of June! Feel free to add additional events in the comments, and we'll add them to the main post for visibility.

Recurring Events:

6:30 - 8:30pm - Main Street Writes: Open Writers Group - Main Street Reads - FREE
7:00 - 9:00pm - Pub Trivia - Trolley Pub - FREE
5:30 - 6:30pm - Chess Club - Summerville Library - FREE
6:15pm - SpokeWorks MTB/Trail Ride - 10 miles - Sawmill Ridges - FREE
7pm - Music Trivia Night - Steel City Pizza - FREE
9:30 - 10:00am - Stories on the Square - Main Street Reads - FREE
10:30 - 11:00am - Baby & Me - Summerville Library - FREE
11:00 - 11:30 - StoryTots - Summerville Library - FREE
6:30 - 8:30pm - Music Bingo- Frothy Beard Off World - FREE
10:30 - 11:00am - Family Story Hour - Summerville Library - FREE
10:30 - 2:30pm - Problems Solved Friday Sewing Sessions - People, Places, & Quilts - $25
3:30 - 4:30pm - LEGO Club - Summerville Library - FREE
5:00 - 8:00pm - Food Truck Friday - Carnes Crossroads
8:00am - Coastal Cyclists CVS Road Ride - ~54 miles, 20-23mph - CVS @ Bacons Bridge - FREE
8:00-1:00pm - Summerville Farmer's Market - Downtown Summerville - FREE
8:00am - SpokeWorks Social Ride - 15 miles, 16-18 mph - SpokeWorks Bicycle Shop - FREE
8:00am - SpokeWorks Intermediate Ride - 25 miles, 16-21 mph - SpokeWorks Bicycle Shop - FREE

One Time Events:

Thursday, 6/1:
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student

Friday, 6/2:
5:00 - 8:00pm - Sounds on the Square - Nexton Square - FREE
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20

Saturday, 6/3:
9:30-1:00pm - Farmer's Market Slow Roll Bike Ride - Newington Plantation Pool - FREE
10:00-11:00am - Carnivorous Plant Bog Building- Ashley River Park - $40
10:00-1:00pm - Hurricane Prep Expo - Ashley River Park - FREE
1:30-4:00pm - Interactive Movies: Encanto - Dorchester County Library - FREE
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20
7:30pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Dat Phan - Old Trolley Theater - $20

Sunday, 6/4:
11:00-5:00pm - Knightsville General Store Vendor Event - Knightsville General Store - FREE
12:30-2:00pm - Lest We Forget Memorial Day Tribute - 105 Sumter Ave - $30
3:00pm - Flowertown Players presents: Curtains! - James Dean Theater - $30/adult, $25/student

Monday, 6/5:
6:00-8:00pm - Women in Business Networking Group - Taco Boy - $20

Tuesday, 6/6:
8:00-11:00am - Family Fishing Clinic- Ashley River Park - FREE
9:00-10:00am - SHE Leads Group - 126 E 2nd N Street - FREE

Wednesday, 6/7:
11:00-12:00pm - A Revolutionary Soldier's Perspective - Faith Sellers Senior Center - FREE

Friday, 6/9:
6:00-7:30pm - Farm Bingo with Goats - Flowertown Charm - $30/Adult, $15/Youth
7:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Saturday, 6/10:
9:00-10:00am - Walking Meditation/Savasana - Ashley River Park - FREE
10:00-11:00am - Walk with a Doc - Gahagan Park - FREE
10:00-12:00pm - Special Care Nursery Reunion - Summerville Medical Center - FREE
10:00-12:00pm - Sketching on the Square - Hutchinson Square - FREE
10:00-4:00pm - In Our DNA: SC - Genetic Screening - Dorchester County Library - FREE
12:00-5:00pm - Blood Drive - Keller Williams Key - FREE
2:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7
7:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Sunday, 6/11:
2:30pm - Flowertown Youth presents: Little Women - James Dean Theater - $7

Monday, 6/12:
9:00am - Tree Protection Board Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Tuesday, 6/13:
3:30-4:30pm - Little Lego Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
5:00-7:00pm - Father's Day Craft Night - East Bay Deli - FREE

Wednesday, 6/14:
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/15:
5:30-8:30pm - Third Thursday - Hutchinson Square - FREE

Friday, 6/16:
6:30-8:00pm - Porch Pickin' - Ashley River Park - FREE
7:00pm - Standup Comedy with Nick Hoff - Old Trolley Theater - $15
9:00pm - Standup Comedy with Nick Hoff - Old Trolley Theater - $15

Saturday, 6/17:
8:00am - The Longest Day 5k - 104 Greeting Hour Rd - $35
9:30-1:00pm - Farmer's Market Slow Roll Bike Ride - Newington Plantation Pool - FREE
1:30-2:30pm - Anime Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
3:00-4:00pm - Teen Gamers - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Sunday, 6/18:
10:00-12:00pm - Dorchester Paws Adoption Event - Petco - FREE

Monday, 6/19:
10:30-12:30pm - 3 Day Kid's Sewing Camp- People, Places & Quilts - $48
4:00pm - Planning Commission Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Tuesday, 6/20:
10:00-11:00am - Birds of Prey - Ashley River Park - FREE
5:30-9:00pm - World Refugee Day - Ashley River Park - FREE

Wednesday, 6/21:
4:30 - 5:30 - Adulting for Teens - Dorchester County Library - FREE
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/22:
1:00-3:00pm - Genealogy Club - Dorchester County Library - FREE
5:30-7:00pm - Resume Writing Workshop - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Friday, 6/23:
7:00 - 10:00pm - Silent Disco Summer Tour- Hutchinson Square - $15/headset

Saturday, 6/24:
10:00-4:00pm - 3rd Annual Lowcountry Peach Festival - Jedburg Junction - FREE
1:00-4:00pm - Craft Supply Swap - Dorchester County Library - FREE
3:00-5:00pm - Music in the Park - Brown Family Park - FREE
7:00pm - YMCA Comedy Night - Cane Bay YMCA - $20
7:00-10:00pm - Bad Manners at the Dinner Table - Flowertown Players - $20-30

Sunday, 6/25:
8:00-8:45 - TinyTykes Soccer Camp Week - Oakbrook Sports Complex - $120
9:00-11:00am - Highway Cleanup w/ SC Aquarium - Carolina Colors and Cuts - FREE
12:00-4:00pm - 3rd Annual Lowcountry Peach Festival - Jedburg Junction - FREE
2:00-4:00pm - Sunday Crafternoons - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Monday, 6/26:
4:00-5:30pm - Kid's Crafternoons: Origami - Dorchester County Library - FREE

Tuesday, 6/27:
8:00-9:00am - Education and Workforce Division Meeting - Council Chambers - FREE

Wednesday, 6/28:
6:30-8:00pm - Tools for Caregiver's Telehealth - ZOOM - FREE

Thursday, 6/29:
7:00-9:00pm - Clean Fun Comedy Show - Magical Memories Event Planning - $10-20

Friday, 6/30:
6:00pm - Summerville Dance Academy - Summerville PAC - FREE
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2023.05.28 19:13 Q-BASE-Noob 20 Year Veteran Cop Gets 23.5 Years In Jail For Rape, Todd W. Allen. Hutchinson, KS - SOURCE: NBCNews,,, Reno County Sheriff

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2023.05.25 06:41 Separate_Olive8256 AITAH if i dont write my former best friend who I discovered is in jail?

I know it seems cut and dry but its not as simple as it seems. Post is long, sorry.
Note: ages listed are current, names changed for privacy.
Backstory: a few years ago, when i was in my twenties, I (33 m) met a girl (30 f) that we'll call Sam at a get together and really hit it off. She was brought by one of my other buddies as a date but she kind of ignored him most of the night, which i felt bad for afterwards because I kind of stole his thunder. (Doesnt matter now, hes been in a relationship for 3 years and im perpetually single and he is still one of my best friends).
So anyway, after a few weeks Sam and I started hanging out on a regular basis. I would say there was definitely a lot of flirting, but due to my upbringing as well as past experiences I have always preferred being friends first to make sure there's a real foundation before dating. Naturally, this means it is relatively difficult for me to enter into relationships. So after giving Sam a ride somewhere as a favor, and flirting a bit more, she asked me how she could repay me, and I told her just by being my friend.
That response definitely changed the dynamic because the flirting definitely stopped, but I guess she was excited to have someone legitimately wanting to be her friend rather than find a way to sleep with her, and we quickly became best friends. We were practically inseparable, if one of our separate friends wanted to get together and do something we'd bring each other. For instance, if one of my friends invited me to a concert, i also bought a ticket for Sam. If one of her friends invited her to a club, she made sure I got in too and got hooked up with drinks. She also lived closer to my job than I did so often times I'd crash at the studio apartment she shared with another friend and often slept on the same bed with her, albeit a pillow between us.
It turned out we had a lot in common between our humor and our interests, and we each got each other into certain things we never thought we'd enjoy. No matter where we went and what we did we always had a blast together.
Now I not only had the desire of being friends before dating anyone to make sure there's an actual connection, but I followed the idea that when eventually, if ever, I got married that that person would be whom I consider to be my best friend. By this point, Sam ticked all the boxes for me and I caught feelings.
Sam on the other hand did not feel the same way, and I cant remember exactly how it went down, but i know she was upset with me about it.
Now I am not someone who believes anyone owes anyone anything for their feelings or good gestures, and I did not feel that Sam owed it to me to date me or sleep with me, and I assured her that if she wasnt into me in that way, that it was fine and I left it up to her if she still wanted to continue being friends on the level we were. She said she wanted it to stay the same, so i did mu best to do that.
But then when she did start seeing guys, she would tell me about it and to be honest i didnt want to hear the details I got. It got even worse though when guys would tell her they only wanted sex but then she wanted to have actual relationships and they told her no, that they only wanted sex. This isn't me making things up as a jealous incel either, she actually told me these things and would show me the texts. When i would suggest she stop trying to date guys who verbally would tell her they are only interested in sex and not a committed relationship with her she would accuse me of trying to sabotage her love life out of jealousy.
Now after a few years of us still hanging out, I'd gotten used to her love interests coming and going and learning to keep my mouth shut on certain things. I would tell her do what she thinks she should, if it went well then great, if not, I'd be there for her. Most times it went bad.
She also started partying more and drinking more often. She got heavily into cocaine, which im not about for my own personal reasons. She also started claiming that she was tired of being fucked over by guys, and some girls, who only wanted her body and not her mind, and that she would only be willing to date her favorite pop star. I figured she meant that as an example of how high she was setting her standards. But no, dear reader, this is where things literally get insane.
She eventually started telling me that the pop star that she set as her standard was secretly communicating with her through subliminal messages and watching her through cameras secretly installed near her home. She also was claiming she was studying psychology and learning to interpret things. Now ive also studied psychology, except I studied in academic environments, and this is when after 4 years of close friendship i started seeing less as simply your average irrational twenty-something year old and more as someone with possible schizophrenia. She even started telling me that she suspected her roommate might be a serial killer and she didn't know what to do.
It became increasingly difficult because Sam was someone i genuinely cared about and loved, but with all of what she was saying my feelings were definitely not the same. But i stuck around because I didnt want to abandon her, especially because i had promised her i would always be her friend. There also weren't any real things i could do to get her professional help. Neither of us could afford it, even if she were willing to get treatment. Welcome to America.
She also started hanging around more cocaine users (and probably other hard drug addicts as well) and they would tell her in, front of me might i add, that they knew someone who knew the pop star she was obsessed with and they'd get it worked out for them to meet in person, then invite her over for a bump and some liquor. I never went despite being invited because i was so disgusted at what i was seeing take place. It was honestly all the kind of shit you saw in a bad 90's romance drama. THIS SHIT WAS ACTUALLY HAPPENING, PEOPLE!!!
So eventually she has me over, and she wants me to shop for wedding dresses with her because she said that the pop star had asked her to marry him by talking in code to her in an interview on youtube. Nevermind the fact this pop star was already married and lived across the country, in her head it was all a ruse and soon he'd be sending a van (yes a van, not a limo, that would blow their cover) to retrieve her.
I couldn't take it anymore! I told her i no longer could support her delusions of being in a secret subliminal relationship with a pop artist who was already married and she never met and would have no way of actually knowing who she was! She called me a hypocrite because she also supported me in my dreams whenever i learned a new song on guitar or bought a bunch of pro-grade magic tricks. Yep, i was certainly a hypocrite.
To cut out a bunch of stuff, i admit i was not 100% innocent throughout our friendship. It's always a two way story, but I definitely recognize I was foolish for not cutting contact sooner.
Sorry for the long backstory, but it sets the stage for the title question, and I find myself still triggered by certain things because of that whole ordeal.
Anyway, just because I finally broke contact doesn't mean i stopped caring about her. She was once my best friend, and our friendship didn't end because of backstabbing or betrayel. It ended because of mental illness, and to protect my own mental health.
Because I did still care I would check up on her socials periodically to see how she was doing, and for the most part she seemed okay. She posted regularly and seemed happy, so I kept to myself and over time would check less and less. You know, finally moving on. Until i checked a few months ago, and realized she hadnt posted anything on any socials in about a year. So i found myself searching Sam's name on google more often, honestly fearing the worst but never really finding anything.
That is until last night. In a conversation with my roommate and our friend, something said triggered my flashbacks of Sam and I got into a mood that both my roommate and friend could tell something was off. So after going to bedbi searched Sam's name and to my surprise on the first page in that little subsection with images was her mugshot.
To be honest I wasnt surprised that she had eventually gotten arrested, and was really kind of happy it was a mugshot and not an obituary. So being curious, I tracked down the records and it turns out her arrest was only a week ago, and that in the arrest and court records she's listed as homeless, which sadly i figured was the case because she looked homeless in her mugshot. The crime is also pretty serious, though i couldn't find out exactlybwhat happened, only that she was arrested with someone else twenty years older than her and that person was also charged with resisting arrest.
From what i can tell, shes may not get sentenced super long for her part, but theres no way shes going to be able to make bail being homeless, and im certainly in no position to come to her rescue. But despite everything that happened between us, i still care about her and I want Sam to get help, and im hoping that she is at least able to get some help this way, but anyone who knows people who have gone to county jail or watched those undercover prisoner shows know how things can be.
So in my mixed emotions, i ended up writing a letter to her last night because I do care and i dont want her to feel alone, but noting there isnt anything more i can do in my position. I dont know if it would help her or upset her, and I know our friendship will never be what it was and im not seeking that. I'm doing fine so far since we broke communication, possibly even better than when we first met. But i still care about her and want her to get help. She's still young enough that this doesnt have to define her entire life, and even if its just a gentle reminder of the good she once felt, I dont want her to feel alone.
So here's the point of the question. In which choice am I the asshole, by sending the letter i wrote, or knowing where she's at and staying out of it all? Or am I the asshole at all?
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2023.05.21 07:35 thegarmeyo69420 Jarrel tornado outbreak

1997 Central Texas tornado outbreak Tornado outbreak in Texas
A deadly tornado outbreak occurred in Central Texas during the afternoon and evening of May 27, 1997, in conjunction with a southwestward-moving cluster of supercell thunderstorms. These storms produced 20 tornadoes, mainly along the Interstate 35 corridor from northeast of Waco to north of San Antonio. The strongest tornado was an F5 tornado that leveled parts of Jarrell, killing 27 people and injuring 12 others. Overall, 30 people were killed and 33 others were hospitalized by the severe weather.
Quick Facts Type, Duration ... Although the atmospheric conditions enabling the event were forecast to be conducive for strong winds and large hail, forecasters did not initially anticipate as much of a risk of strong tornadoes due to the lack of substantial wind shear over the region. Instead, the coalescence of several weather features—including a cold front, a dry line, and a gravity wave—provided locally favorable conditions for rotating thunderstorms and the formation of tornadoes. This peculiar evolution led to the unusual southwestward motion of the storms and the tornadoes they produced.
A tornado watch was first issued at 12:54 p.m. on May 27 for portions of East Texas and western Louisiana; the first tornado touched down at 1:21 p.m. in McLennan County while the final tornado lifted at 8:23 p.m. later that day in Frio County. The 20 tornadoes collectively inflicted at least $126.6 million in damage. The F5 Jarrell tornado was the outbreak's most powerful and deadliest tornado. It destroyed most of the 38-home Double Creek Estates subdivision west of Jarrell where the most extreme damage occurred. Residences were completely dismantled, swept away, and reduced to a concrete slab, while trees in the area were completely shredded and debarked. Fields were scoured to a depth of 18 in (460 mm) and asphalt was torn from roads. Due to the tornado's intensity, the debris was often small in size and beyond recognition. There were four other tornadoes rated F3 or higher. One F3 tornado moved across Cedar Park, damaging parts of the business district and numerous homes in nearby neighborhoods. An F4 tornado struck areas near Lake Travis and caused one fatality. In addition to the tornadoes, the storms also produced large hail and strong straight-line winds; Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio recorded a 122 mph (196 km/h) wind gust.
Meteorological synopsis Atmospheric setup A surface weather analysis of Texas at 2:00 p.m. on May 27 showing the cold front (solid line with pennants), dry line (dashed line with semicircles), gravity wave (solid line), and low-pressure area (L symbol). The alignment of these features produced the local environmental conditions enabling the tornado outbreak. The severity of the 1997 Central Texas tornado outbreak was predicated on an unusual spatial and temporal alignment of weather features at highly localized scales. The broader environment was not particularly anomalous for the late springtime over Central and East Texas. Unlike conventional tornado outbreaks in Texas, the 1997 outbreak was not associated with a strong trough of low pressure and strong density gradients in the lower troposphere. Instead, the most prominent weather system over the central U.S. at the time was a distant upper-level low centered over Nebraska imparting little influence on atmospheric conditions over Texas.
Consequently, winds in the mid-levels of the troposphere over Texas on May 27 were weak and westerly, ranging from 30 kn (35 mph; 56 km/h) over North Texas to below 15 kn (17 mph; 28 km/h) over Central and South Texas. Winds closer to the surface were also quiescent; the average storm-relative winds within the lowest 6 km (3.7 mi) of the atmosphere as measured in Del Rio, Texas, prior to the onset of storm development was only 6 kn (6.9 mph; 11 km/h). Further aloft at the level of the jet stream, there were two nearby wind speed maxima over northern Mexico and the central Mississippi Valley; this led to strong divergence of air over Texas. Wind shear was negligible within the lowest 6 km (3.7 mi) of the atmosphere contrary to typical tornado outbreaks.
Despite generally meager winds, the atmosphere was nonetheless thermally energetic. The combination of several days of onshore wind flow from the Gulf of Mexico and the persistence of a capping inversion aloft led to an accumulation of moist air over the state. Dew points soon exceeded 70 °F (21 °C) within the boundary layer, representing ample moisture in the lower levels of the troposphere. Radiosondes launched from Corpus Christi and Fort Worth on the morning of May 27 detected the presence of a robust "elevated mixed layer" of air aloft characterized by steep lapse rates—the change of temperature with height—near the dry adiabatic lapse rate. This contributed to high convective available potential energy (CAPE) exceeding 5,500 J/kg across most of Central and East Texas, denoting a highly unstable atmosphere. In some cases CAPE was as high as 6,500 J/kg. The lack of fronts moving across Texas in the 36 hours before the tornado outbreak allowed this instability to remain and spread across much of the state.
Although these conditions were regionally conducive to the development of thunderstorms capable of producing large hail and strong winds, the potential for supercell and tornado development was not initially clear given the lack of wind shear.: 4–5 Other metrics and indices used to diagnose tornado potential, such as the Energy Helicity Index, storm-relative helicity, supercell composite parameter, and the significant tornado parameter, were also lower than historically observed environments featuring tornadoes. For instance, the amount of storm-relative helicity within the lowest 3 km (1.9 mi) of the atmosphere—a common measure quantifying the amount of wind shear—was measured as 70 m2/s2 at Corpus Christi and reached 117 m2/s2 according to data from the Rapid Update Cycle computer model; values below 300 m2/s2 are correlated with weak tornadoes. A study published in Monthly Weather Review in 2007 described the environment as being "marginally favorable for supercells and unfavorable for significant, supercellular tornadoes."
Instead, the factors that enabled the eventual tornado outbreak may have transpired at a mesoscale involving several features becoming juxtaposed over Texas. The dry line delineating the boundary between the moist maritime airmass over East Texas and the drier continental airmass farther west remained nearly stationary in the region through the morning of May 27. On the preceding evening, a mesoscale convective system developing along this dry line over eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas generated a well-defined gravity wave that traveled southwest across East Texas on the morning of May 27. Its progression was evidenced on satellite imagery as an advancing band of mid-level cumuli. A weak low-pressure area also developed along the dry line near Dallas and tracked southwest along the boundary. In the two days before May 27, a cold front associated with the upper-level low over Nebraska had swept slowly southeast across the central U.S. Prior to dawn on May 27, the front progressed across West Texas; by 7:00 a.m. on May 27, the front spanned from southeastern Oklahoma through the northwestern portion of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex southwestwards to near the Big Bend of Texas. This placed the cold front parallel and just to the west of the dry line along a northeast to southwest orientation. A swath of clear skies emerged between the two boundaries, maximizing surface heating during the daytime and contributing to the weak low-pressure area's southwestward movement through Central Texas.
Development of storms Animation of storms developing over Texas on May 27. The animation alternates between progressing forwards and backwards in time. At around 12:30 p.m., the gravity wave, cold front, dry line, and low-pressure area overlapped near Waco, Texas, with the faster cold front overtaking and merging with the nearly stationary dry line. The cold front and dry line were brought together in a northeast to southwest fashion resembling a zipper. Thunderstorms formed near Waco in tandem with this juxtaposition of features and within a local maximum of surface heating and convergence of moist air. While some storms had spawned along the cold front, the gravity wave's passage in the early afternoon hours coincided with a rapid intensification of the first thunderstorms. The arrival of the gravity wave and its perpendicular alignment relative to the orientation of the cold front and dry line may have enhanced wind shear locally despite weak wind shear at a broader, synoptic scale. This allowed the thunderstorms to rotate and become supercells.
However, the degree to which the wave contributed to the formation of supercells and eventually tornadoes remains a subject of disagreement among meteorologists. The development of new discrete supercells followed the advancing intersection of the cold front and dry line and the gravity wave as they continued southwest, though each individual storm was nearly stationary. Due to the westerly winds in the mid-levels of the troposphere, the outflow from each developing storm was directed east, allowing each new thunderstorm to develop and rotate without interference from the initial storms. The direction of the storms' expansion towards the southwest deviated over 100 degrees away from these westerly winds, representing an extreme and highly unusual motion. The southwestward generation of storms brought them towards increasingly unstable air with higher CAPE, allowing the storms to acquire strong inflow and the requisite rotation to produce tornadoes.
There were at least three families of thunderstorms that developed as part of the initial southwestward-moving complex of storms, composed of at least 16 distinct supercells; six of the cells formed along the cold front, five formed along the dry line, and five formed along the gust front imparted by previous storms. The gust fronts pushed outwards by the downdrafts of the thunderstorms served as foci for tornadogenesis; boundaries like gust fronts can provide low-level vorticity and rising air necessary for the formation of tornadoes. Some of the day's tornadoes were spun up by the gust front itself while others spawned from thunderstorms with preexisting mesocyclones aloft enhanced by the gust front underneath.
The day's first thunderstorm near Waco in McLennan County strengthened quickly in response to the highly unstable atmosphere. A severe thunderstorm warning—the first of the day—was issued for the county at 12:50 p.m. Weather radars showed increasing rotation within the storm, prompting the issuance of a tornado warning at 1:21 p.m. This storm produced the outbreak's first tornado 5 mi (8.0 km) of southwest of Hewitt near Lorena. The same storm produced a second brief tornado near Bruceville followed by a third, intense F3 tornado in southwestern McLennan County that lasted for 20 minutes. A new thunderstorm developed along the flanking line associated with the first storm. This second storm spawned several tornadoes as it expanded towards the southwest, including an F3 tornado near Lake Belton beginning at 2:25 p.m. and the F5 Jarrell tornado beginning at 3:25 p.m. The NEXRAD radar in Granger used to monitor this storm suffered a power failure and went out of commission at 3:38 p.m. A control switch left in an improper position on a prior maintenance visit prevented its emergency power supply from activating. Thunderstorms developing to the southwest later in the afternoon and evening produced additional tornadoes, including the F3 tornado that struck Cedar Park and the F4 tornado that struck Lakeway. The Lakeway tornado was the first instance of an F4 tornado striking Travis County on record. The final tornado of the day touched down in Frio County and lifted at 7:23 p.m.: 2 : 214
Farther south away from the southwestward-moving storm cluster, the cold front and dry line curved west, making them parallel to the advancing gravity wave; this triggered the development of numerous and intense storms between Austin and the Big Bend after 3:00 p.m. when the gravity wave intersected the front. The parallel orientations of the wave and the other boundaries precluded these storms' rotation. They tracked east and eventually merged with the southwestward-propagating complex of tornadic storms along the Pedernales River. This coalescence produced a south- and southeastward-moving squall line and ended the strong tornado activity. Nonetheless, strong and damaging winds were produced by the squall line for several hours. Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio documented a wind gust of 106 kn (122 mph; 196 km/h), marking a record high wind velocity for the site.
Warnings and preparedness The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) forecasted a moderate risk for severe thunderstorms over parts of East Texas in its severe weather outlook issued at 1:03 a.m. on May 27. The moderate risk region included Waco, the Killeen–Temple–Fort Hood metropolitan area, and extended east towards Shreveport, Louisiana, and Fort Polk, Louisiana. Austin was located at the boundary between the moderate risk region and the slight risk region that encompassed most of East and South Texas, including the Hill Country. The SPC predicted that the gravity wave would be a focal point for storms capable of producing large hail and damaging winds given the unstable atmosphere. A subsequent outlook issued by the SPC at 10:16 a.m. continued to indicate a moderate risk for severe weather and mentioned the possibility of isolated and brief tornadoes. A tornado watch was later issued by the SPC at 12:54 p.m. for parts of eastern Texas and western Louisiana, citing the unstable airmass in place over the region. The Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin/San Antonio National Weather Service forecast offices also issued bulletins on the morning of May 27 noting the potential for severe weather. However, these early outlooks focused more on the threat of wind and hail rather than tornadoes due to the low wind shear present over the region.
The Dallas/Fort Worth National Weather Service forecast office ultimately issued 10 tornado warnings and 5 severe thunderstorm warnings between 1 and 5 p.m. on May 27. The Austin/San Antonio office issued 8 tornado warnings, 24 severe thunderstorm warnings, and 10 flash flood warnings during the afternoon and evening of May 27, with 80 percent of their issued products occurring after 5 p.m. in connection with the widespread storms that developed later in the day separate from the initial tornadic storms. In one case, a media outlet's decision to manually activate the Emergency Alert System rather than allow weather warnings to automatically trigger it resulted in a 25–30 minute delay in the dissemination of a warning. Interviews conducted by a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration service assessment team found that many watched the approach of tornadoes prior to taking shelter due to their slow movement and high visibility. In the case of the F5 Jarrell tornado, some fled while others took shelter. Due to the strength of the tornado, some who stayed behind were killed despite taking appropriate safety measures.
Confirmed tornadoes More information FU, F0 ... More information F#, Location ... Jarrell, Texas Quick Facts F5 tornado, Duration ... Parts of Jarrell, Texas, were struck by an extremely powerful F5 tornado on the afternoon of May 27. The tornado destroyed approximately 10 percent of the homes in Jarrell;: A1 at the time, the city had a population of about 450 people and had been previously struck by tornadoes in 1987 and 1989.: A1 : A10 Hardest-hit was the Double Creek Estates subdivision west of downtown Jarrell.: 6 : A19 The 1997 Jarrell tornado was the first and only known occurrence of an F5 tornado in Williamson County. It was also the deadliest tornado in Texas since the 1987 Saragosa tornado. The thunderstorm that spawned the Jarrell tornado began west of Temple along the flanking line of another thunderstorm earlier in the afternoon of May 27. The storm produced several tornadoes in Bell County, including the F3 tornado that impacted communities along Lake Belton. Weather radar observed a strengthening mesocyclone within the thunderstorm, with the speed of rotation rising above 40 kn (46 mph; 74 km/h). As the storm moved into Williamson County, it produced two short-lived F2 tornadoes north of Jarrell at 3:25 p.m. and 3:35 p.m.; the latter of the two was a multiple-vortex tornado and lifted at 3:39 p.m.: 5 The Austin/San Antonio National Weather Service forecast office issued a tornado warning for Williamson County at 3:30 p.m. in response to the storm's approach; the warning was put into effect for one hour. This was the first tornado warning of the day issued for the office's warning area and warned that "the city of Jarrell is in the path of this storm." Local warning sirens went off about 10–12 minutes before the tornado struck.
The precise start of the Jarrell tornado was difficult to pinpoint. The most prominent and destructive part of the tornado's evolution was preceded by the apparition of short-lived, small, and rope-like funnel clouds. These may have been separate tornadoes or simply an earlier part of the Jarrell tornado's evolution.: C3 An aerial survey conducted by the Birmingham, Alabama, office of the National Weather Service included the damage caused by the earlier F2 tornadoes—mostly to trees and roads—as part of the overall Jarrell tornado path.: C3 Some reports also include the F1 tornado near Prairie Dell as an earlier continuation of the Jarrell tornado. The final, unambiguous apparition of the Jarrell tornado began as a narrow and rope-shaped funnel when it touched down at 3:40 p.m. just within the Williamson County line 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Jarrell.: 6 Like the two F3 tornadoes earlier in the day, it developed along the gust front produced by its parent thunderstorm. This mechanism is typical of tornadogenesis not associated with supercell thunderstorms. Traffic along Interstate 35 came to a stop as the tornado descended nearby.: A1 The Texas Highway Patrol also stopped traffic on both sides of the interstate under the expectation that the tornado would cross the highway; it ultimately moved parallel to Interstate 35. Tracking south-southwest, the tornado quickly intensified and grew to a 1⁄2 mile (0.80 km) in width, changing from its initial thin and white appearance to a blue and black color.: 6 : A1 F5 tornado damage was identified early in the tornado's path.: C3 Its intense winds scoured the ground and stripped pavement from roads.: 3 The tornado tore 525 feet (160 m) of asphalt as it crossed County Roads 308, 305, and 307;: 6 the thickness of the asphalt pavement was roughly 0.8 inches (20 mm). A culvert plant at the corner of Country Roads 305 and 307 collapsed. Nearby, a similar plant and a mobile home sustained some damage, with the latter struck by a 2×4 piece of lumber. The occupants of a mobile home 500 feet (150 m) north-northwest of the culvert plant fled to a frame house that the tornado later struck; the evacuees were killed while the mobile home sustained only minor damage.: A21 Some of the most extreme damage at this location was inflicted to a small metal-framed recycling plant that was obliterated, with little left of the structure besides a few twisted structural beams.
The Double Creek Estates subdivision was pulverized by the tornado, with many homes swept off their foundations and disintegrated. This photograph shows one remaining foundation with plumbing pulled out of the concrete. The tornado then slowly entered the Double Creek Estates subdivision where it exacted its most catastrophic impacts. Concurrently, the tornado expanded further to its maximum width of 3⁄4 mile (1.2 km).: 6 Eyewitnesses indicated that the tornado's movement slowed to around 5–10 mph (8.0–16.1 km/h) as it entered the neighborhood; this may have contributed to the resulting extreme destruction.: 7 The tornado destroyed the first home it encountered at the northwestern corner of the subdivision; a clock recovered from the remaining debris was stopped at 3:48 p.m., presumably marking the time the tornado entered the community.: 6 Much of the neighborhood was completely swept away with little debris remaining, with what was left being reducing to small and unrecognizable fragments that were dispersed over a wide area. The lack of large items that were recovered, and the granularity of the debris was indicative of the sheer strength of the tornado.: 7 Due to the tornado's slow movement, homes near the center of its path experienced tornadic winds for approximately three minutes. The mostly wooden-framed residences, some well-built and anchored, were completely obliterated and swept away, leaving behind concrete slab foundations swept clean of all debris.: 6 In some cases, parts of outbuilding and house foundations themselves in the subdivision were scoured away, and several were found missing all of their sill plates that connected the wood-frame homes to the foundations. Pieces of debris were found deposited in fields miles away from the subdivision, and extreme ground scouring occurred, reducing grassy fields into wide expanses of mud in the most severely affected areas.: 6 : A10 In some cases the ground was scoured out to a depth of 18 inches (46 cm). Vehicles in the neighborhood were tossed and mangled beyond recognition; at least six were found flattened in open areas and coated with mud and grass.: 7 : 5 Some were thrown as far as a 1⁄2 mile (0.80 km) away, and others were torn into multiple pieces of unrecognizable metal. Trees in the neighborhood were completely denuded and stripped entirely clean of all bark as well, including one that was found with an electrical cord impaled through the trunk.: 7 : 5
All 27 fatalities associated with the Jarrell tornado occurred at Double Creek Estates,: 7 which at the time consisted of 131 residents living in 38 single-family homes and several mobile homes.: A20 Entire families were killed at Double Creek, including all five members of the Igo Family, all four members of the Moehring family, and all three members of the Smith family. Bodily remains were later found at 30 locations, and the physical trauma inflicted to some of the tornado victims was so extreme, that first responders reportedly had difficulty distinguishing human remains from the remains of animals at the site. Most of the deaths were attributed in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report to multiple trauma, though one death was attributed to asphyxia. The high intensity of the Jarrell tornado left those in its path with little recourse; most homes in Double Creek Estates were built on cement slab foundations and few had a basement or any form of storm shelter;: 6 nineteen people sought refuge in a single storm cellar.: A21 Some residents who followed prescribed safety measures nonetheless perished. One survivor holed up in a bathtub and was flung several hundred feet from her house onto a road.: A21 The walls of some homes along the periphery of the tornado path remained intact, protecting some of those who survived the tornado. Others chose to evacuate ahead of the approaching tornado. Forty structures were obliterated in Double Creek Estates.: 7 Three businesses adjacent to Double Creek Estates were also destroyed. In total, the tornado dealt $10–20 million in damage to the neighborhood.: A20 Around 300 cattle grazing in a nearby pasture were killed and some were found 0.25 miles (0.40 km) away.: 7 : 5 Hundreds of cattle were also dismembered and a few cows were also skinned by the tornado.: A19
The tornado turned slightly towards the south-southwest after traversing Double Creek Estates.: 7 The damage in these outlying areas was somewhat scattershot; in one case, a mobile home suffered only minor damage while an adjacent house lost half of its roof. Metal buildings were unroofed along County Road 305 south of Jarrell. The road's guardrail was impaled by wooden planks thrown by the strong winds.: A12 The tornado then again crossed County Road 305 and entered a forest of cedar trees. Some of the damage to the trees suggested that the tornado may have been a multiple-vortex tornado, which was documented by storm chasers, receiving a nickname as a “dead man walking”. The path of damage left behind by the tornado ended abruptly shortly after entering this forested area, with the National Centers for Environmental Information indicating that it lifted at 3:53 p.m. after remaining on the ground for 13 minutes and 5.1 miles (8.2 km).: 7 Other government accounts of the tornado list a total path length of 7.6 miles (12.2 km) after incorporating the preceding tornadoes north of Jarrell and near Prairie Dell.: C3 Between May 29 and June 1, the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and Supporting Research carried out aerial and ground surveys of the tornadic damage in Texas in coordination with the Texas Wing Civil Air Patrol. The Jarrell tornado damage was classified as F5 severity throughout most of the tornado's path.: C3 However, a critique of the Fujita scale published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology suggested that winds between 158–206 mph (254–332 km/h), corresponding to an F3 rating on the scale, were sufficient to explain the damage wrought by the Jarrell tornado. The critique noted that some of the homes at Double Creek Estates, although built within the preceding 15 years, exhibited structural weaknesses in their design such as the lack of anchor bolts and steel straps in their foundations. Approximately $40 million in damage was inflicted upon property with another $100,000 inflicted upon crops. Twelve people were injured by the storm in addition to the twenty-seven killed.
Due to the unusual southwestward motion of the thunderstorm that caused the tornado, the sequence of weather events experienced by those affected was in the opposite order of typical tornadic events: the tornado arrived first, followed by the hail, wind, and rain of the parent thunderstorm.: 7 Despite the violence of the tornado and the presence of its associated mesocyclone aloft, the thunderstorm did not exhibit a distinct hook echo on weather radar typically associated with such tornadoes. This may have also been caused by the unusual southwestward motion of the thunderstorm, resulting in the tornado's placement in an atypical position relative to the thunderstorm's motion.
Non-tornadic effects In addition to the tornadoes, there were 12 reports of large hail in Central Texas received by the National Weather Service during the late afternoon and evening. The largest hail—measuring nearly 4 in (100 mm) in diameter—was recorded in Cedar Park in conjunction with the F3 tornado that hit the city. Damaging hail was also reported in Georgetown beginning at 3:55 p.m. Severe thunderstorms also generated damaging straight-line winds across the Hill Country and South-Central Texas.: 3 Much of these winds were associated with the eventual, non-tornadic line of storms that resulted from the coalescence of the day's earlier storms. Wind gusts ranging between 58–71 mph (93–114 km/h) were recorded in Austin, with the peak 71 mph (114 km/h) wind gust occurring at Robert Mueller Municipal Airport at 4:20 p.m.: 3 There were also unofficial reports of winds reaching as high as 90 mph (140 km/h) to the west of Austin near Lake Travis. Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio registered a gust of 122 mph (196 km/h) at 8:03 p.m. Gusts reached 61 mph (98 km/h) in Del Rio and overturned a plane at an airport near Seguin.: 3 The storms knocked out power to 60,000 electricity customers in Austin and as many as 21,000 electricity customers serviced by Texas Utilities.: A10 Telephone service for more than 3,000 residents in the Pedernales Valley was disrupted.: A11 The thunderstorms also produced heavy rain that triggered floods in Blanco, Gonzales, Karnes, and Travis counties.: 3 An official rainfall total of 1.44 in (37 mm) was documented in Austin, though 2.5 in (64 mm) of rain fell in nearby Round Rock. The rains caused Brushy Creek to flood beyond its banks as far east as Thorndale. One person drowned in floodwaters along Shoal Creek in Austin. Another person died in Cedar Park of cardiac arrest likely induced by storm-related stress. The Southwestern Insurance Information Service estimated that the totality of the storms' effects inflicted $25–40 million in insured losses; most insured claims originated from Cedar Park.
Aftermath The memorial at Jarrell Memorial Park naming the victims of the 1989 and 1997 Jarrell tornadoes Law enforcement officers from the Texas Department of Public Safety, four municipal police departments, and two county sheriff's offices aided search-and-rescue efforts in the aftermath of the Jarrell tornado.: A10 The Texas National Guard and other volunteers from around Central Texas joined in the search.: A21 The Scott & White Blood Center facilitated blood donations.: A21 A temporary shelter was established by the American Red Cross at Jarrell High School for those displaced by the tornado,: A10 providing food and accepting clothes donations.: A21 The agency's relief operations, covering residents of 211 homes, cost an estimated $250,000; community donations covered at least $200,000 of the expenses. The Jarrell Volunteer Fire Department organized a temporary morgue;: A10 the deceased were later brought to the Travis County Forensic Center for identification. Although a death toll of 30 people was initially reported, that figure was later revised to 27; the inflated count was attributed to the dispersion of remains that led some fatalities to be tallied twice.: A21 Carcasses of livestock were buried at Double Creek Estates.
Texas Governor George W. Bush declared Williamson County a disaster area; Bush visited Jarrell on May 28 and described the tornadic damage as the worst he had ever witnessed.: A21 U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison also visited Jarrell and Cedar Park. Bush later requested federal aid for Williamson and Bell counties with support from Hutchinson. The Federal Emergency Management Agency elected not to provide federal aid, citing the contributions from private and state sources.: A8 Instead, the Small Business Administration and U.S. Department of Agriculture made available loans for the rebuilding of homes, farms, and ranches. The U.S. Congress approved a relief bill allocating $5.4 billion for 35 states affected by natural disasters, including Texas. However, the bill also included other provisions that led President Bill Clinton to veto the bill. A drive-through donation line was established at Auditorium Shores in Austin.: A1 Local musicians organized and performed at a benefit concert at Austin Music Hall, attracting an audience of 2,800 and raising about $94,000. Businesses also donated to the relief efforts.: A7
First responders representing Cedar Park, Austin, Leander, Round Rock, and Williamson and Travis counties arrived in Cear Park shortly after the city was hit by a tornado. Texas A&M University supplied equipment for search-and-rescue operations in the aftermath of the Cedar Park tornado.: A10 These operations were the first test of the 186-member Texas Urban Search and Rescue Team, which was created following the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Vouchers were distributed by the American Red Cross to storm victims in the Buttercup Creek subdivision for clothing, food, and other supplies. Texas State Troopers blocked areas of Buttercup Creek to prevent looting.: A10
A memorial was erected in downtown Jarrell bearing the names of the 27 people killed by the Jarrell tornado. The Jarrell Memorial Park was established near Double Creek Estates on the land of the former Igo family, who perished in the tornado. The park contains 27 trees planted in honor of the victims. In 2019, the memorial was relocated to the park along with the city's historical marker. The events and survivor accounts of the tornado were profiled in television documentaries such as the 1999 episode of HBO's America Undercover series titled "Fatal Twisters: A Season of Fury", the 1999 BBC television series titled Twister Week (also known as Tornado Diary in the United States) in an episode titled "Tornado Alley", the seventh episode of the Discovery Channel program Storm Warning, produced by GRB Entertainment, and the 2006 documentary Ultimate Disaster (also known as Mega Disaster) on National Geographic Channel.
See also icon Weather portal List of North American tornadoes and tornado outbreaks 1922 Austin twin tornadoes – also featured southwestward-tracking tornadoes that struck the Austin, Texas, area Tornado outbreak of April 6–9, 1998 – produced the official first F5 tornado after the Jarrell tornado 1953 Waco tornado – the deadliest tornado in Texas history Notes All times in Central Daylight Time (UTC-5:00) unless otherwise noted. The Jarrell tornado was rated as an F5 tornado on the Fujita scale, corresponding to peak gusts of 261–318 mph (420–512 km/h). These winds were estimated from the damage and not directly measured. All damage totals are in 1997 USD unless otherwise noted. The divergence of air at the upper-levels of the troposphere promotes upward motion and aids thunderstorm development. Wind shear—a change of wind velocities with height—is necessary to produce rotating thunderstorms, making it a key physical condition for the development of tornadoes. Environments with thunderstorms often exhibit CAPE exceeding 1,000 J/kg, with extreme cases exhibiting CAPE greater than 5,000 J/kg. All dates are based on Central Daylight Time (UTC-05:00); however, all times are in Coordinated Universal Time for consistency. These winds would correspond to an EF3–EF5 tornado on the modern Enhanced Fujita Scale. The critique noted that the winds corresponding to an F3 tornado in the Fujita scale would completely destroy most homes.
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2023.05.19 19:03 xLiamLiu 53 Man Canada Mens National Team Provisional Roster

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2023.05.18 22:07 Brokenpromises69 13 Iredell County, North Carolina, dogfighters busted -- mugshots and video of the location are in this link. Know someone in Charlotte who fights dogs, goes to dogfights, breeds/transports pitbulls for dogfighters or collects cats, kittens, rabbits & other animals for them? $5k reward: 877-TIP-HSUS

13 Iredell County, North Carolina, dogfighters busted -- mugshots and video of the location are in this link. Know someone in Charlotte who fights dogs, goes to dogfights, breeds/transports pitbulls for dogfighters or collects cats, kittens, rabbits & other animals for them? $5k reward: 877-TIP-HSUS submitted by Brokenpromises69 to CarolinaBanging [link] [comments]

2023.05.18 20:31 Quetzalcoatl93 Smile

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2023.05.18 17:44 Q-BASE-Noob Colt James Seward, Beaten By Meridian, ID Cops: Cops Remain At Large

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2023.05.18 15:36 Hot-Pomegranate-9595 13 Iredell County, North Carolina, dogfighters busted -- mugshots and video of the location are in this link. Know someone in Charlotte who fights dogs, goes to dogfights, breeds/transports pitbulls for dogfighters or collects cats, kittens, rabbits & other animals for them? $5k reward: 877-TIP-HSUS

13 Iredell County, North Carolina, dogfighters busted -- mugshots and video of the location are in this link. Know someone in Charlotte who fights dogs, goes to dogfights, breeds/transports pitbulls for dogfighters or collects cats, kittens, rabbits & other animals for them? $5k reward: 877-TIP-HSUS submitted by Hot-Pomegranate-9595 to Charlotte [link] [comments]

2023.05.17 23:39 One-Yam2819 A guy was sentenced 2, 70 years in prison, for spitting on a cop. Meanwhile a rapist gets 12 years

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2023.05.17 20:28 AberdeenGreen99 throwback to when sosa was arrested in da A

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2023.05.16 16:21 TotallyTraceable Mugshot removal

I (37, MI) had an incident last year with my ex husband at (after) our sons baseball game. Long story short I was arrested a few months later and could've gone to trial, but under the advisement of a lawyer went through the Spousal Abuse Deferral act instead. I paid my fine, did 6 months probation and now it's not public record. But my mugshot is still floating around. It's the 2nd thing that pops up if you Google my name. It's on a mugshot website, not the county website.
I was told today that someone at work sent my mugshot to HR. I havent heard anything and don't know why anyone would go out of their way and expend the energy necessary to do this. I generally get along well with my coworkers and haven't had any issues.
I'm waiting for my lawyer to get back to me, but what can I do to get the mugshot scrubbed? Is it possible? None of my case is public record and i think i can have it expunged relatively soon. But...the mugshot is still out there.
I'd never been in trouble with the law before so I didn't even think about it affecting my job searches or work.
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2023.05.16 16:21 redheadartgirl Church and state: Republicans revel in divine plan to turn Kansas into ‘conservative sanctuary’

Church and state: Republicans revel in divine plan to turn Kansas into ‘conservative sanctuary’
Excerpt from the article:
Peters, the GOP chairman in Ellis County and an author for far-right publications, talked for two hours at the March 2 meeting at Riverside Baptist Church in Hutchinson, where he was joined by two state legislators and local GOP officials. He outlined his plans — tinted by hints of violence and the assurance that God is on their side — to turn Kansas into a conservative sanctuary.
The conversation, secretly recorded and shared with Kansas Reflector, celebrated religious beliefs that correspond directly with policies embraced by the Legislature during this year’s session. From the meeting’s opening prayer to the ending prayer, a divine calling was made clear: Republicans must purge the state of anyone who disagrees with their extremist positions on the LGBTQ community, reproductive health care, education and race. “If you can make it hostile to that group of people, that small sliver of society, and have them move elsewhere, that does a huge amount to shut this down,” Peters said.
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2023.05.16 00:48 DarkUrGe19 NEW MUG: Lori Vallow’s latest mugshots from the Madison County jail as she waits for her sentencing, now convicted of murdering her kids.

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2023.05.16 00:47 DarkUrGe19 NEW MUG: Lori Vallow’s latest mugshots from the Madison County jail as she waits for her sentencing, now convicted of murdering her kids.

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2023.05.15 05:00 AutoModerator The Chase Weekly Thread — w/c 15 May 2023

The Chase Weekly Thread — w/c 15 May 2023
Oh no, how many times are they going to make Brad attempt to pronounce that on Tuesday...
Also thanks to the Radio Times for giviing the information about this weekend's upcoming new Celebrity episode, confirming that it is from Series 13, as well as providing the victim mugshot for the episode. For some reason the Sky guide just has the program listed as an S12E10 repeat despite the description being accurate to the new episode. I have no idea why the ITV Press Hub doesn't bother to list these episodes anymore...
This week's celebrity victims: Danny John-Jules, Yinka Bokinni, Tom Bosworth and Eamonn Holmes

UK Schedule

ITV1, 5pm Challenge, various times
Monday 15 May 🆕 S15E195 (Gary from Hull, Sarah from Clitheroe, Ailsa from Fife, and George from London) S5E76–7, S7E102–103, S9E8, S11E126–127
Tuesday 16 May 🆕 S15E92 (Sarah from Mold, Emily from Nottingham, Kenny from Glasgow, and Josh originally from Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch) S5E77–78, S7E103/105, S9E10, S11E127–128
Wednesday 17 May 🆕 S15E139 (Gary from County Down, Jenny from Nantwich, Chester from Surrey, and Roopam from Nottingham) S5E78/83, S7E105–106, S9E11, S11E128–129
Thursday 18 May 🆕 S15E171 (Miriam from Wigan, Fintan originally from Northumberland, Ewan from Aylesbury, and Caroline from Cardiff) S5E83–84, S7E106–107, S9E12, S11E129–130
Friday 19 May 🆕 S15E132 (Mark from Bootle, James from London, Lisa from Crawley, and Sue from Sunderland) S5E84–85, S7E107–108, S9E13, S11E130–131
Saturday 13 May S6E101–105, S10E59–60, Celeb S1E6
Sunday 14 May (8pm) 🆕 Celeb S13E?? (Danny John-Jules, Yinka Bokinni, Tom Bosworth and Eamonn Holmes) S6E106–108/110, S9E8/10–13, S10E62–63, Celeb S2E1
UK "missing" list
  • Series 13: E169
  • Series 15: E53, E72, E107, E110, E118, E125, E131, E134–135, E140, E144–145, E147–150, E152–154, E156–163, E166, E168–170, E172, E175, E177, E179, E181–182, E184–194, E198+
  • Series 16: E2–13, E15+
  • Celebrity Series 8: E7
  • Celebrity Series 12: E12
  • Celebrity Series 13: E3–6, E8, E10+

Ireland (Virgin Media) Schedule

VM2, 9–11am VM1, 1–3pm VM2, 6pm+
Monday 15 May S13E194–195 S13E172–173 S13E20–21, BtC S4E2
Tuesday 16 May S13E196–197 S13E174–175 S13E22–23, Celeb S5E12
Wednesday 17 May S13E198–199 S13E176–177 S13E25
Thursday 18 May S13E200–201 S13E178–179 S13E27
Friday 19 May S13E202–203 S13E180–181 S13E29
  • Saturday 20 May, VM1 @ 9:20pm — Beat the Chasers [S4E1]
  • Sunday 21 May, VM1 @ 2:40pm — Beat the Chasers [S4E1]
  • Sunday 22 May, VM1 @ 6pm — Celebrity Special [S4E6]

US (ABC) Schedule

\new episodes return June 29**

Australia (Seven) Schedule

3pm Sydney 5pm Sydney
Monday 15 May UK S11E100 🆕 S12E50
Tuesday 16 May UK S11E101 🆕 S12E51
Wednesday 17 May UK S11E102 🆕 S12E52
Thursday 18 May UK S10E93 S11E5
Friday 19 May UK S10E94 S11E8
Australia "missing" list
  • Series 12: E19, E39, E53–59, E61+
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2023.05.14 20:21 Nemacolin 1990s Mass Killings in the US

Four or more dead (Suicides Indicated by an asterisk)
By a single killer (The killer is charged or would have been charged had he lived.)
Minors cannot generally be held legally liable for a murder or homicide. Such cases are included here with an annotation.
By any criminal means
The editor aims to include all cases. This leads to a presumption to publish. I welcome corrections and additions.
2 February 1990 Alcorn MS, 4 killed (multiple) (
10 February 1990 Las Cruses NM, (shot) ( unsolved, two robbers/killers
25 March 1990 New York, NY, 87 killed (arson) ( “Happyland Fire”
17/18 June 1990, Jacksonville FL, 5 killed (shot) ( Counting only the 18 June mass killing. Otherwise, 12 killed.
1 November 1990 Leflore County MS, 4 killed (stabbed) (
6 January 1991 Lehigh County CT, 4 killed (shot) (
26 January 1991 Chinmaya NM 7 killed (shot) (
26 January 1991 Dallas County TX 4 killed (shot) (
22 April 1991 Cushing WI, 5 killed (shot) (
16 June 1991 Denver CO, 4 killed (shot) ( unsolved
20 August 1991 Sarasota NY 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DWI) (
25 August 1991 Honolulu HI, 4 killed (multiple) (
28 August 1991 New York NY 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DWI/Train) (
9 October 1991 Concord NH (strangulation) (
10 October 1991 Ridgewood NJ, 4 killed (multiple) (
16 October 1991, Killeen TX, 27 killed (shot) (
19 October 1991 Concord NH, 4 killed (strangled) (
1 November 1991 Iowa City IA 6* killed (shot) ( School shooting
14 November 1991 Royal Oak MI 5* killed (shot) (
10 November 1991 Harrodsburg KY 5* killed (
17 November 1991 West Jordan UT, 4 killed (multiple) (
2 December 1991 Mahoning County OH, 4 killed (strangled) (
6 December 1991 Austin TX 4 killed (shot) ( (Unsolved)
8-9 December 1991 Cooper & Moniteau Counties MO, 4 killed (shot) ( (
26 January 1992 Hamilton County OH, 5 killed (arson) (
15 February 1992 Bentley County AL, 4 killed (shot) (
1 May 1992 Olivehurst CA, 4 killed (shot) ( School shooting
6 August 1992 Kent County DE 4 killed (stabbed)(
18 August 1992 Tulsa OK, 4 killed (shot) (
18 August 1992 Burleson County TX, 6 killed (Stabbing) (
1 May 1992, Olivehurst CA, 4 killed (shot) (
16 May 1992 Oklahoma City OK, 5 killed (stabbed) (
20 June 1992 Harris County TX, 4 killed (shot) (
7 July 1992, Baltimore MD 6 killed (arson) (
20 August 1992 Harris County TX, 4 killed (shot) (
15 October 1992 Watkins Glen NY 5 killed (Shot) (
8 November 1992 San Luis Obispo CA, 7 killed (shot) ( (
13 November 1992 Harris County TX, 5 killed (suffocation) (
14 December 1993 Aurora CO 4 killed (shot) ( “active shooter”
14 February 1993 Bronx, NY, 6 killed (shot) (
3 May 1993 Los Angeles CA, 10 killed (
14 June 1993 Norwalk IA, 6 killed (multiple) (
1 July 1993 San Francisco CA, 9 killed (shot) (
8 July 1993 Jackson MS 5 killed (shot) (NO FREAKING CITE!)
6 August 1993 Fayetteville NC, 4 killed (shot) (
14 September 1993 Maricopa County AZ, 4 killed (shot) (
13 October 1993 El Cajon CA 5* killed (shot) (
2 December 1993 Oxnard CA 4 killed (shot) (
7 December 1993, Long Island NY, 6 killed (shot) (
14 December 1993, Aurora CO, 4 killed (shot) (
30 January 1994 Montgomery County TN, 4 killed (shot) (
9 February 1994 Fort Lauderdale FL, 6* killed (shot) (Associated Press 10 February 1996 AM feed) workplace killing
4 April 1994 Richmond VA, 6 killed (shot) (
4 June 1994 Tulsa OK 4 killed (shot) (
20 June 1994 Fairchild AFB WA, 5 killed (shot) ( Total includes an unborn child
24 June 1994 Fairchild AFB WA, 4 killed (aircraft suicide) (
21 July 1994 Gregg County TX 4 killed (shot) (
30 June 1994 Virginia Beach VA, 4 killed (shot) (
29 August 1994 4 killed Roanoke County VA, (multiple) (
20 October 1994 Fairchild AFB WA 4 killed (shot) (
22 November 1994 Washington DC, 4* killed (shot) (
23 December 1994 Philadelphia PA, 6 killed (arson) (
5 January 1995 Seattle WA, 4 killed (arson) (
3 April 1995 Corpus Christie TX 5 killed 6* killed (shot) (
18 April 1995 Redding CT 5 killed (arson) (
29 May 1995 Los Angeles CA 6* killed (arson) (
21 March 1995 Montclair NJ, 4 killed (shot) (
18 April 1995 Redding CT, 5 killed (arson) (
18 May 1995 Baltimore MD, 4 killed (bomb) (
19 July 1995 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (shot) (
13 September 1995 Scott Mills OR, 4 killed (shot) (
20 September 1995 Wilson County TX, 5 killed (multiple) (
3 October 1995 Corpus Christie TX 6* killed (shot) (
8 December 1995 New York, NY, 8 killed (multiple) ( mostly arson
19 December 1995 Bronx NY 5 killed (shot) (
2-3 February 1996 San Diego CA, 5 killed (Beating/stabbing) (
6 February 1996 Glendale CA 7 killed (arson) (
9 February 1996 Fort Lauderdale FL 6* killed (shot) (
3 March 1996 Albuquerque NM, 5 killed (shot) (
10 May 1996 Coos County OR, 5 killed (stabbed) (
29 June 1996 Portland OR, 8 killed (arson) ( Killer was 11 years old
3 July 1996 Lawrence County OH, 9 killed (bomb) (
16 July 1996 Winona MS, 4 killed (shot) (
1 September 1996 Dinnehotso AZ, 4 killed (shot) (
16 September 1999 Fort Worth TX 8* killed (shot) (
1 October 1996 Brazoria County TX 4 killed (shot) (
27 October 1996 Anchorage AK, 4 killed (shot) (
27 October 1996 San Marcos CA, 4 killed (shot) (
13 November 1996 Makapuu HI, 5 killed (vehicular homicide) (
4 January 1997 Belleview WA, 4 killed (multiple) (
1 March 1997 Wheeling WV, 6* killed (shot) (
27 March 1997 Shelby County AL, 4 killed (multiple) ( killer was 16 years old
30 April 1997 Miramar FL, 4 killed (multiple) ( unsolved, no arrests
16 June 1997 Seattle WA 4* killed (shot) (
13 August 1997 Detroit MI, 5 killed (stabbed) (
15 August 1997, Aiken SC 4 killed (shot) (
19 August 1997 Colebrook NH, 4 killed (shot) (
16 October 1997 New Orleans LA, 4 killed (multiple) (
13 November 1997, Channelview TX, 5 killed (shot) (
30 November 1997 Bedford County TN, 4 killed (shot) (
4 December 1997 Toombs County GA, 4 killed (shot) (
5 December 1997 Yonkers NY, 5 killed (shot) (
6 December 1997 Weston FL, 4 killed (shot) (
15 December 1997 Aiken County SC, 4 killed (shot) (
19 December 1997 Orange County CA 4 killed (shot) (
17 August 1997 Tucson AZ, 8 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DUI) (
9 January 1998 Tremont PA 4* killed (shot) (
11 February 1998 Noble IL, 5 killed (beaten (
18 February 1988 Rochester MN, 4 killed (beaten) (
6 March 1998, Newington CT, 5 killed (shot) (
24 March 1998 Craighead County AR, 5 killed (Shot) ( School shooting
19 May 1998 Brooksville FL, 4 killed (shot) (
21 May 1998, Springfield OR, 4 killed (shot) ( School shooting
1 July 1998 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (arson) ( (
7 July 1998 Cameron County TX 4 killed (shot)(
12 July 1998, Detroit MI, 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DUI) (
17 July 1998 Stockton CA, 6 killed (shot) (
14 August 1998 Las Vegas NV 4 killed (
3? 6? September 1998 St Paul MN, 6 killed (strangled) (
11 September 1998 Okaloosa County FL, 4 killed (shot) (
19 September 1998 Escambia County FL, 4 killed (multiple) (
12 January 1999 Anderson IN, 4 killed (shot) (
19 January 1999 Greene County MO, 4 killed (strangled) (
23 January 1999 Fresno County CA 4* killed (stabbed) (
26 January 1999 Forth Worth TX 4* (poison) (
12 February 1999 Tulsa OK, 6 killed (shot) (
10 March 1999 Ascension Parish LA 4 killed (shot) (
15 March 1999 Bourbonnais IL, 11 killed (train crash/manslaughter)(,_Illinois,_train_crash)
28 March 1999 Abilene TX, 4 killed (shot) (
6 April 1999 Kill Devil Hills NC, 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (
(Columbine massacre had two killers)
10 June 1999 East Hartford CT, 4 killed (multiple) (
12 June 1999 Atlanta GA 7* killed (shot) (
15 June 1999 Green Bay WI 4* killed (multiple) (Harry: A Study of Teenage Mass Murderers; Steve Daniels)
14 June 1999 Brown County WI, 4 killed (multiple) (
27 June 1999 Depoy KY, 4 killed (multiple) (
3 July 1999 Las Vegas NV, 4 killed (shot) (
8 July 1999 Sidney OH, 4 killed (shot) (
27/29 July 1999, Stockbridge/Atlanta GA, 13 killed (multiple) (
19 August 1999 Sacramento CA 5* killed (shot) (
28 August 1999 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (shot) (
15 September 1999, Fort Worth TX, 7* killed (shot) ( Church shooting. Some sources say 8* killed
2 November 1999, Honolulu HI, 7 killed (shot) (
4 December 1999 Sacramento CA, 6 killed (shot) (
15 December 1999 Fort Worth TX, 8 killed (shot) (
30 December 1999 Tampa FL, 5 killed (shot) (
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2023.05.09 11:18 Far_Initiative3477 Konerak Sinthasomphone

Konerak Sinthasomphone
"Konerak" Sinthasomphone was the 14-year-old Laotian kid who supposedly had a hole drilled into his skull (along with some acid) to turn him into a "zombie". Supposedly he escaped from Jeff Dahmer but was returned to him by the Milwaukee Police. For a breakdown on that incident see, What About the Firefighters and Crowd at the Konerak Scene?
Jeff supposedly killed him after that.
Meet "Konerak Sinthasomphone", age 16/17. ("Victim" photo on the right.) Note the sharp teeth on his upper right.
His real name is Somsack Sinthasomphone.
Yep, that Somsack.
The kid Jeff Dahmer supposedly molested in 1988. Somsack, we were told, was the older brother of "Konerak".
Somsack/Konerak Sinthasomphone - Age 16
He's standing in the back next to the coach (They misspelled the surname):
Somsack/Konerak Sinthasomphone - Age 16
Somsack/Konerak Sinthasomphone - Age 16
"Konerak Sinthasomphone" appears to have been created using an old photo of Somsack Sinthasomphone.
In other words, "Konerak" is a fictional character.
This is why there's no official information in about ''Konerak Sinthasomphone." There's plenty of information about Somsack Sinthasomphone though.
No results for "Konerak":
They have records going back decades. Here's a record showing that Jeff Dahmer lived on Bath Road in Ohio in the 1970s:
Everyone is free to try this for himself. You won't find any official record of a "Konerak Sinthasomphone".
Every background search, state search, heritage searches, show zero official results for a "Konerak Sinthasomphone" apart from the usual media related articles. We also tried name variations including substituting letters M or N, etc.
However, Somsack and his family, both alive and deceased, appear in every single search. Here's an example of a state records search for Somsack:
Is this why there were never any media photos of Somsack?
Here's Jeff Dahmer saying that he drilled holes in the skull of "Konerak Sinthasomphone" in an attempt to create a zombie:
Why was Jeff Dahmer making these obviously false statements?
Here's Jeff's statement about Konerak Sinthasomphone from the confession document (which had another man's social security number on it):
According to the official narrative, Jeff Dahmer molested Somsack Sinthasomphone and spent 10 months in a work-release program. Supposedly his grandmother paid $2000 bail.
This is the story in Lionel's book.
We've never seen the mugshots for this supposed offense and has no record of Jeff ever living at the address where this supposedly happened. Ancestry shows Jeff living at his grandmother's in 1988 and then at the Oxford Apartments starting in 1990.
Additionally, I contacted the County Clerk in Milwaukee asking for the documents related to this supposed 1988 conviction. I asked for the documents regarding the preliminary hearing, the arraignment, and the signed signature bond (grandma). All these documents are available for Father Peter Burns, a close friend of the Sinthasomphone family, who was actually convicted for this offense. (His bail was $10,000.)
This is the response I received from the County Clerk in Milwaukee. They do not have any information documenting a preliminary hearing, an arraignment, or grandma Dahmer signing a signature bond. All they have to show me is highlighted in yellow. Looks like someone created the bare minimum to fabricate the case:
I also requested the 1988 mugshots and was refused without explanation.
Finally, Nicole Childress, the woman who claims she saw a young boy, bleeding from the rectum - and whose story was not backed up by the police and fire personnel on the scene - has a conviction record:
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