The couple both appeared by videolink at the Old Bailey today with bespectacled Letts in Wandsworth prison sporting a makeshift sling, which his barrister Di Middleton explained was the result of a flare up of an existing injury.After hearing an outline of the prosecution case against them, which involves sending payments between September 2015 and January 2016, the judge said: 'These two are clearly desperately concerned about their son and information that they have had would indicate to them, and they appear to believe it, that if they were to send money to their son, he would be able to get out of the desperately dangerous situation he is in.It’s impossible to write off In “The Waldo Moment,” a brash cartoon bear voiced by a comedian winds up winning over the British public and running for political office.Waldo uses humor (he’s a cartoon, after all) to separate himself from career politicians, and he gains popularity in part because of his vulgar disdain for the system and his running mates.They will next appear at the Old Bailey on June 23.The attorney for a sheriff arrested for public indecency in Atlanta's Piedmont Park has filed an emergency measure seeking to block the governor from investigating the incident and taking disciplinary action.
Slippery Pete is ignoring his parents’ advice, while fishmongers perform an ancient fertility ritual, a dirty boy rolls freshly dug beetroots across a lubricated surface, and Jenna Jameson plays drums.
premiered in the UK in 2011, the series seemed to offer a cautionary tale of how, if we’re not careful, our relationship to technology could go terribly wrong.
Since then, the show has become a yardstick to measure how close we are to a harrowing future; in the past week, as we reel from the 2016 presidential election, the world of so chilling isn’t just its technologies, but their uncanny interplay with human behavior.
Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, a scandal like Anthony Weiner's doesn't even necessarily need two humans anymore.
Online chat bots already send come-hither messages to users of social media or dating websites.