Dashcam Captures High-Speed Chase with Exotic Luxury Sport Cars
Dashcam footage of a high-speed chase between a police officer and a group of exotic sports cars has been released. With this group of cars, they most likely got pulled over only because they allowed it.
abcnews.go.com reports: A high-speed police chase of luxury sports car that looked like something out of movie was caught on newly-released dashcam footage.
A lime green Lamborghini, a Ferrari, another Lamborghini and an Audi were among the pack speeding as fast as 110 mph on a Minnesota highway.
The video shows Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Paul Stricker pursuing the pack of exotic cars for several miles along Interstate 394 in April 2016 and captured his conversations with the drivers when he finally caught up with them
fox23.com reports: It’s been a “beautiful day in the neighborhood” for 50 years.
Feb. 19 1968 was the day that PBS aired the first episode of “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood,” and the lessons that Fred Rogers taught still resonate today with a re-imagined tales of “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
According to his official biography from the foundation that carries on his mission of education, Rogers was born in 1928 in the small town of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, east of Pittsburgh. After getting a degree in music composition, he was hired by NBC in New York as an assistant producer and eventually a floor director for some of the network’s programming in the ‘50s. But history was made in 1953 when a station in Pittsburgh called WQED asked him to come up with its first schedule. He produced a show called “The Children’s Corner” where he eventually introduced, and performed as, characters like Daniel Striped Tiger, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat, characters that have found new life on “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” where children now learn the messages from the original Daniel’s son, not in puppet form but in a cartoon one. His belief in kindness led him to a seminary where he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister, but instead of moving to a traditional religious calling his charge was “to continue his work with children and families through the mass media.”
In 1963, he was offered the opportunity to start a show in Canada called “Misterogers.” Three years later, he went back to Pittsburgh and created a new show called “Mister Rogers Neighborhood,” which went national 50 years ago, on what would become PBS. He died on Feb. 27, 2003, in Pittsburgh and was survived by his wife Joanne and their two sons and three grandsons.
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Uber Shuts Down!
Uber has decided to close up shop in Morocco.
The ride share service had been active in Morocco for just two years.
reuters.com reports: Uber said on Monday it would suspend operations in Morocco, two years after they began, as it tries to bring its business into line with local laws.
Uber has already halted services in Norway and Finland as it waits for the regulatory framework to change in those countries, a sign of the less pugnacious approach the company is taking toward local authorities.
The U.S. ride-hailing company has faced bans, restrictions and protests around the world as it disrupts conventional taxi services. But its new chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi, has struck a more conciliatory tone after a string of controversies that emerged under the former CEO, Travis Kalanick.
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