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The jury has come to a decision on whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias will live or die. She confessed to killing her on and off-again boyfriend Travis Alexander and was recently found guilty of premeditated first-degree murder. The jury was initially deadlocked on whether Arias would be put to death or live out the rest of her life in prison.
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Jodi Arias asks jurors to spare her life saying that she could make a difference in prison by teaching them to read, and make a positive impact on inmates. She was recently convicted by jurors of murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
Former AFL player-manager Ricky Nixon dumped his hot coffee on the head of a reporter and threw some at the news camera after the reporter tried questioning him about Ricky's recent run-in with the law. Ricky was previously pulled over by the cops for using his phone while driving, then was discovered to have been intoxicated and driving on a suspended license.
Mostly everyone knows who Charles Ramsey, Sweet Brown and Kai the hatchet-wielding homeless hitchhiker is by now. If you don't - our Daily Huh? video will catch you right up. Check out this awesome mashup of the most outlandish and hilarious sound bites in recent local news memory edited together to create what Guyism calls "the perfect eyewitness." We predict you'll want to share this video.
The jury will now determine whether Jodi Arias will be put to death for the killing of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. They took less than three hours Wednesday to determine Arias should be eligible for the death penalty because she killed him in a way they believed was especially cruel and heinous. Court documents show that her attorneys asked to step down after the first-degree murder conviction but their request was denied. Members of the Alexander family as well as Arias herself is expected to speak during these proceedings.
In honor of YouTube's highly-anticipated Comedy Week, BuzzFeed compiled six of the most outrageously absurd fake commercials they could find (one of them is actually real). In Today's Daily Huh? video see the best of the worst of what's out there in the interweb where you'll find everything from drugs for your buttocks to a passive aggressive iPhone app that "translates" between you and your spouse.
University of Saskatchewan students Sarah Zelinski, Kayla Hatzel and Dylan Lambi-Raine created this thought-provoking video depicting the representations of gender roles in advertising throughout the years. This was a school project for their womens studies class and they decided to show us what they consider all the ridiculous ways the media has and still does, to some extent, portray women as objects. Make sure to stick around to the end when they turn the tables and have a few "male models" re-enact some pivotal controversial poses.
Listen to Amanda Berry's 911 call to police placed shortly after being rescued from her captor's house in Cleveland, Ohio. You can clearly hear the desperation in her voice as she tells the dispatcher, "I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years, and I'm here and I'm free now." You hear Amanda tell the operator she needs officers to arrive before Ariel Castro, her captor, returns. Berry disappeared when she was 16 years old in 2003.
The 911 operator has been placed under review for possible procedural errors while taking Berry's call. Among the concerns is that the operator failed to stay on the line with Amanda until officers arrived. Also, the operator appears to dismiss the fact that the caller has been missing for almost 10 years, telling Berry "We're going to send them [officers] as soon as we get a car open."
A Celtic film crew was shooting a documentary in Darwin Harbour in Australia when they came across a wallaby stranded in the water. Without much thought, they rescued the wallaby and brought it back to shore, where it hopped up and away, back to the wild after a nice drink of water.
Charles Ramsey is a bonafied hero. Listen to him tell a News Channel 5 reporter in Cleveland exactly how he rescued missing teens. Ramsey says he sees his neighbor, and their alleged captor, every day and had absolutely no idea he had girls being kept against their will in his house. Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and a third individual were rescued. Berry was last seen in 2003 just before she turned 17 years old. The 52-year-old suspect has been arrested. McDonalds tweeted at Ramsey, who mentions he was eating "Mickey D's" at the time of the rescue, saying "We'll be in touch."
This dramatic dashcam video released by Middlefield police shows 42-year-old James Gilkerson clearly getting out of his car and firing towards officers. Gilkerson had been pulled over for a traffic stop on March 10 for failing to stop at an intersection in Middlefield, Ohio. In this footage, you see him step out of his car pointing a rifle at officers before you hear bullets flying back and forth. The suspect was shot and killed. Officers Erin Thomas and Brandon Savage were injured in the shootout but sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
With great knowledge, comes great responsibility to teach others. In a world of too much mind numbing reality TV and infinitely more pointless programming, a team of superheroes is needed to once again inspire and educate the youth. What we need, is PBS. Brought to by GrittyReboots, and sponsored by every letter in the alphabet, PBS: The Movie is not just a parody, but a call to avenge lost intelligence and save our brains from turning into piles of mush.
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