Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.
Joe Exotic Zoo Goes To Carole Baskins!
Judge Scott Palk ordered the GW Exotic Zoo in Wynnewood, now operated by Jeff Lowe, to vacate its property and hand over control to Big Cat Rescue Corp. Today’s ruling gives Lowe 120 days to vacate the property. Lowe took over the property after exotic went to prison.
Reason for handing over the property? Baskin was awarded the properties after Judge Palk found they were fraudulently transferred by Exotic to his mother to avoid paying her a settlement in a trademark infringement lawsuit.
Joe had this to say:
— Joe Exotic (@joe_exotic) June 1, 2020
Arrested protesters complain about treatment at Justice Center
So what they learned is jail is a horrible place to be and they don’t what to return. That is the point of jail.
‘Rocky’ Documentary Narrated By Sylvester Stallone Set To Debut Next Month On Demand
Why Does Bill Belichick Cut The Sleeves Off His Sweatshirts?
“Belichick was driven to distraction by his sleeves in the Patriots Super Bowl XXXIX win over the Eagles. Belichick was just fiddling and tugging and tucking until finally he rolled them up inside themselves. The next season, Belichick took action. In the fall of 2005, Belichick walked into the team’s equipment room, laid a gray sweatshirt on a table and he then lobbed off both arms juist below the elbow.
‘Why you doing that,’ he was asked. ‘My arms are too short,’ he replied
Former Bengal Dre Kirkpatrick protects OTR business
Looters Steal $2.4 Million Worth Of Watches From SoHo Rolex Store In New York City
The cleanup is underway in SoHo. Incredible how many stores, banks, & coffee shops were robbed. Seeing a lot of places now getting boarded up in anticipation of more looting. pic.twitter.com/OlVabbKgQb
— Kevin Rincon (@KevRincon) June 1, 2020
Gofundme Reaches $1 Million For Firefighter Turned Sports Bar Owner Whose Business Was Destroyed During Minnesota Protests
— kreeche (@Kreeches) May 29, 2020
Scores Sports Bar was set for a grand opening this spring but when COVID-19 hit that was put on pause. Now, just as Scores was gearing up to welcome customers with updated guidelines from the govenor, George Floyd was murdered and everything changed overnight. Click here to donate.