Creation Museum theme park is coming to Kentucky.
Creation Museum theme park is coming to Kentucky.
This sad story about Andrew Compton’s memorial last night has us wondering where his body is:
Hundreds gathered in Noblesville tonight to reminisce about a missing Carmel High School graduate believed slain last month.
Andrew Compton, 18, disappeared from the Sullivan University campus in Louisville, Ky., on Oct. 28. Police believe Compton was slain by a man whom he’d met online, but they have yet to discover his body.
Outside the memorial service at Grace Community Church, family members preferred to think of an all-too-short life well lived than Compton’s tragic and untimely end. Cousin Sean Vance said the number of people who turned out for the ceremony was “very gratifying and humbling” for the family.
Click here to read the rest from the Indianapolis Star.
Where’d that alleged murderer leave his body? Disgusting.
Such a sad, screwed-up situation.
Yup. This is more than a week old. But you should actually see the data on the rise of meth labs in Kentucky.
Look at this graph from the Kentucky State Police:
There were 111 meth labs found during the month of October. The 2010 statewide total stands at more than 920. 741 meth labs were discovered in 2009.
Will our state legislators end abuse of the elderly and vulnerable? Will Democrats be able to work with Republicans? Here’s hoping. [Page One]
On December 9, anti-mountaintop removal activist Mary Love will speak about the devastating effects of the practice at the University of Louisville. Ekstrom Library, room W-104. 6:00 P.M. Light refreshments will be served after the talk. [Go To It]
No one in their right mind wants to pay ridiculous tolls to cross a bridge into our out of Kentucky. [WHAS11]
But the U.S. Department of Transportation isn’t going to listen to 10,000 citizens. They’d rather listen to a handful of the super-rich who live in the East End. [FatLip]
The University of Louisville is working to combat child abuse. Good things do happen at UofL. [WAVE3]
We don’t know the girl. And maybe she was acting worse than the average drunk. But we can’t figure out why it’s important news for days and days and days that a police officer was arrested while acting like an intoxicated psycho. At least WDRB does a good job with the story and has a great photo of the officer’s sister. [FOX 41]
Get the sense that Michelle is or has been abducted? Yeah, us too. [Consuming Louisville]
Because Branden Klayko was abducted again and hasn’t been heard from in nearly a month. [Broken Sidwealk]
Graeter’s is closing its four stores in Lexington and four others in Northern Kentucky. Here’s hoping nothing in the Louisville area closes, right??? Coconut Chip is very important stuff. [H-L]
Need something hilarious to start your morning? Well, ladies and ladydudes, put down your coffee. Some right-wing mouth-breathing “Christians” have produced a film aimed at fighting the “Green Dragon.” That’s right – pals of Jim Gooch and the Family Fauxndation are protecting our white women from scary people who don’t want to murder the environment 24/7. [Wonkette]
SHOCKER! The Pentagon says gays could serve in the military with no harm. Can you believe that? Gays? In the military? Imagine that. [HuffPo]
Last week I said you should support Dare to Care and you did.
Dozens of you turned out in the cold rain. Even more contributed financially.
And some of the wealthy folks I called out actually showed up – meaning no one has an excuse not to love this community and to support the hungry. Greg Fischer, Jim King, Tyler Allen, et al braved the gross weather.
Let’s be thankful for them. And remember to give.
Hear through the radio rumor mill that a buncha folks got the axe at Cox Radio downtown today.
Troy Roebuck and others.
UPDATE: Kathi Lincoln (106.9), Gary Clark (103.9) and Dan Nordin (program director for 106.9 and 107.7) are also gone.
President Barack Obama’s weekly video address came on Thanksgiving, so this morning let’s take a look at West Wing Week instead. It’s a behind the scenes look at the president’s week – from the NATO Summit in Portugal to the turkey-pardoning at the White House:
Here’s an odd interview with Jerry Abramson from the day before Thanksgiving. [WHAS11]
News of the Louisville Orchestra weighing bankruptcy has hit the Associated Press wire and has spread all over. We love the orchestra. Hopefully folks will show up for performances. Seems like this happens frequently, though. [H-L]
All I’m saying is that filling up these food deserts is a terrific flipping thing to behold. [LEO Weekly]
Are you disgusted that Mitch McConnell wants to continue the discrimination of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell? If not, you should be. [LA Times]
A dog was shot multiple times and folks need help caring for it. [WAVE3]
Go to Light Up Louisville this year? How was it? Super-exciting? Over-the-top? Wasteful? Pretty? Nice? Just okay? [FOX 41]
The entire world is in a fury over the latest documents leaked by WikiLeaks. All kinds of details about secret diplomatic work by the United States. [NY Times]
Suburban poverty is a growing symptom of the recession. And it’s becoming more and more common here in Louisville. [LEO Weekly]
And this editorial about the cycle of prison and poverty in Kentucky examines another area of the problem. [H-L]
Remember the financial scandal involving the Mint Jubilee? Apparently, we’re all just supposed to forget all that happened. With millions of dollars not going to charity. [More WHAS11]
It’s a very special Thanksgiving Gabe Bullard Caption Contest time!
Here you go:
Please make it hilarious and as family-friendly as possible, as we are respectable pseudo adults here on this website.
Mr. WFPL is well-known for assaulting people with the radio wand. Very few are aware, however, that he is this fancy Kanye guy who sings that “Monster” song during Thanksgiving dinner.