Occurred on April 20, 2021 / Kittanning, Pennsylvania, USA Info from Licensor: The bees were on the truck in a local nursing home parking lot.
Occurred on April 20, 2021 / Kittanning, Pennsylvania, USA Info from Licensor: The bees were on the truck in a local nursing home parking lot.
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Screenshot/ALEAThe remains of a five-week-old Alabama boy, whose disappearance this week had confounded authorities, were found on Wednesday shortly after his parents gave a press conference in which they begged for help in finding their son. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said on Thursday that Caleb “CJ” Whisnand Jr.’s father, 32-year-old Caleb Michael Whisnand, will be charged with capital murder. He will be held without bond. Angela Gardner, the child’s 28-year-old mom, has not been charged with any crime.Authorities say they received a 911 call around 10:45 p.m. Monday evening from Whisnand, who was at a Circle K convenience store along a highway outside Montgomery. The call was about a missing baby who weighed 10 pounds and was last seen in a camouflage onesie. Few details of the infant’s disappearance were made public at the time. ALEA During their Wednesday press conference, Whisnand and Gardner did not refer to their son by name and offered conflicting accounts of what exactly happened. Whisnand repeatedly stressed that he could not recall many details about the disappearance. “I don’t remember a lot, but I did remember I was breaking up, ya know, with the cops. If anybody’s got anything, any places that I could have gone, you know who you are,” he said, according to AL.com.Gardner said she had been at home Monday with her 2-year-old child when Whisnand brought the five-week-old to the convenience store.“He went to go pay gas at the gas station and realized he was gone. He let the police know, and me know, that he was missing… Please find him, please,” she said. Asked about the last time the whole family was together, Whisnand said it was Saturday night when “we were all together sleeping.” Bizarrely, he went on to say, “And I don’t remember much.”“It’s not easy,” Gardner chimed in. Shortly after the presser ended, little Caleb’s remains were found.On Thursday, Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham said that CJ’s body was found in Lowndes County on Wednesday night, about thirty minutes from where he was last seen. The discovery was made when authorities received new information shortly after Whisnand and Garland went in front of the cameras. “We want to let the community know that we brought some closure. But we still have a lot of work to do,” Cunningham said.Cunningham, however, didn’t say how CJ died or how he went missing. He said local and federal investigators are still piecing together a timeline of when the boy died compared to when they were alerted he was missing.Margaret Hope, the baby’s maternal grandmother, told AL.com that the young couple lived with Whisnand’s parents and that her daughter was planning to leave. “I think that’s the reason he took the baby,” Hope told the outlet, adding that her grandson was found in a wooden area. “He knew he done killed that baby and he had to come up with some excuse.”“Angela is a great mother, and she is over-protective of her kids,” Hope added. “She was so happy when she gave birth. I was there when she gave birth to the baby. I can’t believe the SOB killed her baby.”At the time of Whisnand’s arrest, authorities said he was already under indictment in an unrelated case on reckless endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, and meth and heroin possession. Court records show Whisnand was arrested after being pulled over in June 2020 for driving erratically. At the time of the incident, Gardner and an infant were also in the vehicle.Sheriff Cunningham said on Thursday that it was too early to tell if drugs had a role in the infant’s death.Capt. Trent Beasley, who is in charge of investigations at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, said he could not explain why the couple said they were last together with their baby on Saturday.“I can’t speak to their mental state. I don’t know where the father was at when he was answering questions,” Beasley was quoted saying by the Montgomery Advertiser.He said the baby’s father had called 911 four minutes after the baby was last seen on surveillance footage at the gas station.“The video image is a little grainy, but it looks to be him,” Beasley said.On Thursday, Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey vowed to seek justice for baby CJ. “This morning begins the long process of this case going through the criminal justice system,” he said. “This case will be prosecuted by the best prosecutors in this state and we will make sure that justice will prevail for this baby.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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When Black Widow premieres in mid-July, two years will have passed since the last MCU movie that we saw in theaters — which was Spider-Man: Far From Home, the final title in the Infinity Saga. The pandemic forced Disney and Marvel to delay all of their MCU Phase 4 films, as the studios weren’t happy with the idea of launching the pictures on Disney+ and missing out on all that money at the box office. Black Widow is just one of the four new Marvel films scheduled for release in 2021, but from the looks of it, it’ll hardly be the most exciting of the bunch. Two other movies seem to be vying for that title: Spider-Man: No Way Home and Eternals. Spider-Man 3 features the most popular Marvel superhero and might bring a significant storyline development to the MCU. Then, Eternals should be at least as exciting as No Way Home. The film will introduce us to a brand new team of superheroes that will join the Avengers in the MCU, and the movie has a fantastic ensemble cast. But the thing that will make Eternals stand out is the way it’s made. It might be an MCU adventure, but the film is a Chloé Zhao movie first and foremost. Now, a new report tells us the many ways Eternals will be unlike anything Marvel made to date. Mind you, some minor spoilers might follow below. Marvel created this amazing universe of intertwined stories by trying things that other studios might have refused. Kevin Feige & Co. offered us all sorts of superhero stories, introducing heroes and teams that hardly had the same following as Spider-Man or DC Comics' Batman and Superman. Yet audiences came to embrace and love these lesser-known superheroes as well as the overarching story that Marvel has been telling. Marvel is sticking with the same recipe for recent Disney+ shows. The studio also isn't afraid to try new things, as we’ve already seen with WandaVision earlier this year. Eternals falls into the same category of exciting Marvel experiments. It’s not just because Marvel is introducing a bunch of powerful new superheroes who will surely stick around for more Avengers adventures in the future. It’s because Chloé Zhao has been trusted with the film. That’s what a new feature on IMDbrief discusses. Zhao won two Oscars earlier this year with Nomadland for Best Picture and Best Director. The report says the director split her time between directing Frances McDormand alongside a cast of mostly non-professional actors in Nomadland and preparing the production of Eternals. “The overlapping productions of Nomadland and Eternals informed the styles of both films, with the former emboldening Zhao’s approach to take risks with the visuals on Eternals to create an MCU movie like no one has ever seen before,” the report says. Zhao pushed to shoot the movie in remote real-world locations like the Canary Islands and different spots in England instead of relying too heavily on CGI. And Marvel execs agreed. Also, she used the same camera rigs from Nomadland to film Marvel's new movie. Gemma Chan, who played Kree warrior Minerva in Captain Marvel and was cast as Sersi for Eternals, is in the best position to explain the differences between most Marvel movies and Eternals. Captain Marvel relyed on much more studio work and blue screen than Zhao’s real-world locations and natural lighting in Eternals. Zhao ended up in post-production for both Nomadland and Eternals, and she said we’ll understand how the two films relate to one another once Eternals footage is available. Disney is yet to release a full trailer, but we saw the first few scenes in a Marvel teaser a few days ago. We’ve often wondered how Marvel will explain the Eternals' passive approach to what had been happening on Earth since the first Avengers film, and the movie will surely explain it all. The IMDbrief report also offers us an interesting tidbit from Eternals when describing these powerful beings who inhabit the Earth. The film will tell us that the Eternals are part of two humanoid races that were in conflict for millennia, the Deviants and the Eternals. Thanos happens to be a third-generation Eternal from Titan, and “it is his misguided Infinity Stone quest to alleviate overpopulation by wiping out half of the Galaxy that convinces Earth's Eternals to reunite in the upcoming film.” Aside from Zhao’s different approach to making movies, there are a few other exciting novelties that will set Marvel’s Eternals apart from other MCU stories. The MCU's first openly gay superhero Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry) and the first deaf hero Makkari (Lauren Ridloff) will both appear in the film. The feature explains that Ridloff is herself deaf, an authentic casting choice that has served Zhao well in her previous films, including Nomadland. We’ll have to wait until November 5th to see how Zhao’s filmmaking style will influence this particular team of heroes. It'll also have to capture the complex relationships between these powerful beings that might continue to influence the MCU going forward. It's also worth noting that the film’s release date puts it on a clear path for Oscar considerations. The full IMDbief feature is available at this link.
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Fans joke Johnson caused the show’s downfall over famously awkward 2019 appearance After 19 seasons on the air, Ellen DeGeneres is calling it quits on her talk show hosting career. DeGeneres told The Hollywood Reporter that she made the decision to end the show simply because it’s “just not a challenge anymore” but obviously, the people of Twitter have other theories. And, in calling the host on her claims, one meme of Dakota Johnson has risen to the surface – or rather, risen to the surface again. In November 2019, actress Dakota Johnson appeared on “Ellen” just shy of two months after her 30th birthday. DeGeneres offered Johnson some birthday wishes before calling her out on not getting an invite to the party. Of course, that wasn’t actually the case, and Johnson made sure Ellen knew it. “Actually no, that’s not the truth Ellen. You were invited,” Johnson revealed. “Last time I was on the show, last year, you gave me a bunch of s— about not inviting you, but I didn’t even know you wanted to be invited. I didn’t even know you liked me.” It was a painfully awkward moment, that you can relive below. And with that, a viral meme was born. Dakota Johnson became the go-to photo for people who were proving themselves right in a conversation, or simply needed something for an awkward moment. And, when news of DeGeneres’ show ending broke on Wednesday, it was Dakota Johnson’s face that dominated Twitter once more. That’s because, considering the show has been embroiled in accusations of a “toxic” workplace for months, people don’t necessarily believe that a lack of challenge is the sole reason behind its ending. Ellen DeGeneres says poor ratings and toxic workplace allegations didn’t play a part in her decision to end The Ellen Show after 19 seasons.(https://t.co/sADQIm5zC2) pic.twitter.com/lLmVV7ODKF— Film Updates (@TheFilmUpdates) May 12, 2021 ellen degeneres: “I'm ending show because it's not a challenge anymore.”dakota johnson: "Actually, no, that's not the truth, Ellen,” pic.twitter.com/hpoSJ29NeQ— Andy Dandy Shitpost (@ANDYdrewME) May 12, 2021 Others joked that it was Johnson’s goal to bring down the show all along, comparing her to Miranda Cosgrove’s character from “Drake and Josh.” Dakota Johnson reading about the ellen show ending pic.twitter.com/R2xBWL8zAb— Nico Correia (@notn1co) May 12, 2021 Me calling Dakota Johnson to say thank you for ending the Ellen DeGeneres show. pic.twitter.com/tCFuFYwI9b— ClockOutWars (@clockoutwars) May 12, 2021 Within hours, “Dakota Johnson” was trending on Twitter alongside “Ellen DeGeneres.” You can check out some of the best uses of the clip and meme below. dakota johnson has done more for society by ending ellen degeneres than most of your faves have in their careers and it shows pic.twitter.com/KVslhRUfi0— hi hi, nicole !! (@canaryfilmss) May 12, 2021 it will NEVER not be funny to me that Ellen's public downfall started when she lied about not being invited to Dakota Johnson's party, when in reality she couldnt come because she was at a football game with her good friend George W Bush. https://t.co/nVJHddeaSD— Bridget Todd 💁🏿 (@BridgetMarie) May 12, 2021 ellen is ending her show? everyone say thank you dakota johnson pic.twitter.com/RpiPK9WpmB— ema | women ⚢ (@marvelsbian) May 12, 2021 The moral of this story is if Dakota Johnson invites you to her birthday party you need to be truthful about that.— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) May 12, 2021 Read original story ‘Ellen’ Show Is Ending and That Dakota Johnson Meme Is Everywhere Again At TheWrap
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When Apple introduced the notch on the iPhone X a few years ago, it was a controversial design choice, to say the least. Many at the time, myself included, were quick to categorize the notch as unsightly, user-unfriendly, and a distraction. But as bold design choices tend to go, it wasn't long before most people became acclimated to the notch. And as for me, I don't even notice it at this point. That said, Apple is reportedly looking for ways to minimize the notch's footprint, if not eliminate it entirely. The width of the notch on the iPhone 13, for example, will reportedly be significantly smaller than the current iPhone 12 design. Specifically, the new notch is said to measure in at 26.8mm compared to 34.83mm on the current iPhone 12 lineup. With Apple intent on making the notch smaller, designer Antonio De Rosa imagined what would happen if Apple didn't eliminate the notch, but rather moved it ever so slightly above the display in an incongruous form factor. It sounds funky and it undoubtedly looks funky, but for whatever reason, the novel design actually seems to work. Another close-up view of the concept can be seen below. You'll also note that the concept includes a fingerprint sensor built underneath the display. While we've seen reports suggesting that Apple is, in fact, working on this technology, there's no indication we'll see it on this year's iPhone 13 lineup. Now is this a design we can realistically see Apple employing? Not a chance. Still, given that we haven't seen too much of a sea change with the iPhone form factor in recent years, it's nice to see a completely outside-of-the-box design even if the odds of seeing it become a reality are slim to none. A video of the iPhone M1 mockup in action can be seen below: https://youtu.be/XeqUROdsWGU Now as for what we can actually expect to see out of Apple's iPhone 13, rumor has it that the Pro models will include a 120Hz ProMotion display for smoother scrolling, improved image stabilization functionality, improved low-light camera performance, a more capable ultra-wide lens, Portrait mode support for video recording, and an Always-On display. To the latter point, leaker Max Weinbach said the following earlier this year: Always-On Display will have minimal customizability. Current design basically looks like a toned-down lock screen. Clock and battery charge is always visible. Notifications seem to be displayed using a bar and icons. Upon receiving, the notification will pop up normally except that the screen will not entirely light up. Instead, it will display it just like you’re used to right now, except dimmed down and only temporarily. We've also seen rumblings that the iPhone 13 Pro models will be available with a 1TB storage option. Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 13 lineup at a special media event this coming September. And lastly, every iPhone 13 model will reportedly arrive in stores in September, a welcome departure from last year when the iPhone 12 release was staggered due to the coronavirus pandemic.