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clipped from www.tampabay.com

Vehicles strike her house 7 times in 11 years



By Kim Wilmath, Times Staff Writer

In print: Thursday, September 18, 2008



Virginia Zinn’s St. Petersburg home is built directly on Ninth Place S in Campbell Park. The house has been struck several times in the 11 years she has lived there. Wednesday morning, a school bus struck the overhanging roof of the house.
Virginia Zinn’s St. Petersburg home is built directly on Ninth Place S in Campbell Park. The house has been struck several times in the 11 years she has lived there. Wednesday morning, a school bus struck the overhanging roof of the house.

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What’s wrong with this story…?

Seriously. Click HERE, to read the news story posted at TampaBay.com and tell me I’m not crazy…

Hint: Several of the readers commenting on the article pegged it – which I only discovered after I had pegged it me ownself. Therefore, I can continue to feel smug about such a stupid error. Gawd.

On the Where the Walls are Soft news front, now… The Waitress, the Whiskey & the Handcuffs: Parts I to IV have been republished in their original date slots. If you haven’t read them, or want to refresh, Part I is HERE.

Part V, the final installment will be going up soon. Assuming I can find it. Pray for me, will you?

Random Song-for-the-Day: “Lonelity” (Original Demo) – Damien Rice

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Is NOTHING Sacred?!

The Rocky Horror Picture Show, CP Images

‘Rocky Horror’ gets remade





‘Rocky Horror’ revisited



By Brian Bento


‘Picture Show’ gets remake; Jon Heder is a zombie


Fox and MTV are teaming up for a two-hour remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, reports Variety.

Helmed by the 1978 film’s executive producer, Lou Adler, the new version will use the original musical screenplay for The Rocky Horror Show written by Jim Sharman and Richard O’Brien, and may add in some additional music.

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I am SO not impressed with this. Somebody make it stop. And, for the record, Rocky Horror was released in 1975, not ’78…

Not-So-Random Song for the Day: “Dammit, Janet” – Barry Bostwick, Susan Sarandon