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NATIONAL HALL OF INFAMY
RHYMING FOR DOLLARS
Robert Durst, son of a New York City Real Estate tycoon, plead guilty to evidence tampering for the dismemberment of Morris Black, his neighbor in Texas. Acquitted for reason of self defense in Morris’ murder, he has been a chief suspect in the disappearance of his wife, Kathleen McCormack, and the murder family friend, Susan Berman. His sensational story and alleged crimes have spawned a cottage industry feeding off a growing audience for true crime grit. So here’s mine…
Read Aloud By Greg
While rhyming names for gain does perverse
Po’ poet’s poesy, it pads his purse
Lo! Bob cleaves a bro
Oh, hack am I, so…
Durst’s blood thirst burst reversed cursed erst this terse first verse
TRIPLE AXEL or SPIN IT TO WIN IT
Tonya Harding, a leading American figure skater was charged in the conspiracy to debilitate her chief competitor, Nancy Kerrigan. Harding’s ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, took a deal wherein he’d give testimony against Harding and their co-conspirators. Under an intense legal and media spotlight, Harding was banned for life from U. S. ice skating and, to avoid prison, she copped a plea to felony hindering.
Read aloud by Greg
When other talent gives you fright
Don’t e’er go down without a fight
Go kneecap your rival
Ensure your revival
Good publicists, set life back right!
PRIME REAL ESTATE
OLD PENN STATION, 1910-1963–Architects, McKim, Meade and White
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Extant. Original brass and iron handrails from the old Penn Station are on view in most of the staircases at the new Penn Station. In what amounts to a land grab, the above ground structure was demolished for the new Madison Square Garden while the below ground levels were built upon for the new station. Read More on Mashable.com
BLOOD ON THE DEUCE
NYPD detective B. K. Brown strives to fly high and stay dry but when his world falls to pieces he’s got slog through the muck and mire of the dirty street to face the evil he doesn’t want to know.
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