Cows, Blarney Castle. November 2014.
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CHICAGO (CBS) — A 27-year-old man has been arrested for murder in the slaying of a popular south suburban barber whose clients included at least two Chicago Bears players.
Harvey Police said Perry Gosa, of Matteson, has been charged with first-degree murder in the Oct. 21 shooting of Mike Carney, at a gas station at 150th and Dixie Highway.
Police said Gosa and his 5-year-old daughter had stopped at the gas station, when Gosa walked up to the car and shot Carney twice in the head. His daughter was not harmed.
Despite being wounded, Carney was able to drive to 149th and Cooper, where police found him and his daughter. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he was pronounced dead.
Four days after the shooting, Harvey police issued an arrest warrant for Gosa. Authorities said he is the ex-boyfriend of Carney’s girlfriend.
Wednesday morning, Harvey police announced Gosa had been arrested. Further details of his capture were not immediately available.
Carney was a popular barber at Dna Styles on 159th Street, and his clients included Bears linebacker Khalil Mack and cornerback Prince Amukamara.
While it can be difficult not to focus on the disastrous actions of the British Government, it is also important to remember the forgotten heroes of the Great Famine – the Victorian equivalent of aid workers.
This podcast brings you the story some of these unlikely heroes from a Polish Count Pawel Strzelecki to the Evangelical Protestant from Vermont Asenath Nicholson. Their stories of sacrifice in the 1840s are remarkable. The podcast also looks at the stories of generosity among slaves, native americans and prisoners who donated money to the famine relief despite facing extreme hardships themsleves.
Thanks to Olga Jazienicka for the help with the polish pronouniations (which are still pretty terrible – apologies!)
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Both Vanessa and Ruth are doing well now. We weren’t expecting her until closer to her due date of the 25th, so we didn’t expect to be here right now!
At Automattic, since we all work distributively wherever in the world we are, we gather a few times a year, either with the whole company or with our immediate teams. My team’s meetup is happening right now and they were generous enough to plan the meetup to be in Austin.
I knew Vanessa was too far along for me to travel, but it was a rush to get a message while at dinner with the team that Vanessa’s water broke. Nine hours later, Ruth was here.