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School Punishes Blind Child By Replacing His Cane With A WHAT?!

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Two parents from North Kansas City are outraged at their son's school for the way they treated him, and you just might feel the same way too here in a minute!

Dakota Nafzinger is an eight-year-old student at Gracemor Elementary School, but an incident on a school bus left him feeling humiliated and caused his family to be VERY upset!

Dakota uses a cane to get around school since he was born without eyes — a medical condition known as Bilateral Anopthalmia.

Recently on a school bus the driver took away Dakota's cane because he believed the he was using it in a violent manner against other children… and to replace the cane, they gave the child a

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The Interview Has Now Been Dropped By Pretty Much Every American Theater After Terrorist Threats — How Does That Make YOU Feel??

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We are so shocked and disappointed by this!

It looks like Carmike Theaters will not be alone in pulling The Interview from their schedules after threats of terrorism; according to Deadline, every major theater chain in America is following suit.

If you go see movies at AMC, Cinemark, Cineplex, or Regal Cinemas, you won't be seeing Seth Rogen and James Franco fumble through an assassination plot this Christmas.

[ Related: Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel All Upcoming Public Appearances ]

We are scared for the safety of the film's stars and terrified at the idea of another terrorist attack hitting U.S. soil, but we just don't know if this is the right call.

Whether the film is offensive to some or not, doesn't letting terrorists decide what we can and can't watch go against our fundamental freedoms?

We're just so sad to know that this kind of violent tactic worked.

What do U think?

Should theaters have dropped The Interview because of threats?

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Should theaters have dropped The Interview because of threats?

  • No, you can't give in to terrorists! (62%)
  • Yes, safety is more important! (38%)

Total Votes: 3,855

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[Image via Sony Pictures.]

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Stephen Collins Confesses To Child Molestation & Reveals Details Of His Apology To One Of The Victims In A Newly Released Personal Statement

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Even though Stephen Collins revealed he molested three minors in a therapy session with his then-wife Faye Grant and a therapist, the actor has been silent on the matter until now.

[ Related: Stephen Has Confessed To Child Molestation! Police Investigation Underway! ]

The 7th Heaven actor released an official statement today, where he admits to inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors many years ago.

He said:

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Movie Theaters Refuse To Show The Interview Following Terrorism Threats From Sony Hackers

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This is terrible.

Not only was the New York premiere of The Interview canceled following the terrorist threat made by the Sony hackers, but now other theaters are pulling out as well.

The Carmike Theater chain, which operates 278 theaters in 41 states, is the first to cancel all showings of the film.

[ Related: Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel All Upcoming Public Appearances ]

How awful. We are just torn up at the fact that these hackers have made such an impact.

We obviously want everyone to stay safe, but we just can't accept that giving in to the demands of terrorists makes us more secure.

If they get what they want, doesn't this set a dangerous precedent for others to make threats in the future?

We don't know the answer here, but we're just so sad that there are people in this world who would make these kinds of threats.

[Image via Sony Pictures.]

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Bill Cosby Not Charged In Alleged Molestation Of A 15-Year-Old At The Playboy Mansion

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This is definitely a win for Bill Cosby.

Prosecutors have decided to NOT file charges against Bill after a woman claimed that he molested her back in 1974 when she was only 15-years old.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has rejected filing a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18.

[ Related: Kathie Lee Gifford Recalls Incident With Bill Cosby ]

Their reasoning? The statue of limitations had passed.

This comes 10 days after Bill's accuser Judy Huth met with detectives.

While Judy had accused Bill of allegedly forcing her to perform a sex act on him while at the Playboy mansion decades ago, Bill claimed that Judy had attempted to extort him before suing.

But while today's decision was a victory for the 77-year-old comedian, his troubles are far from over.

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Seth Rogen & James Franco Cancel All Upcoming Public Appearances After Sony Hackers' Terrorism Threat

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The Sony hackers have finally hit too close to home for Seth Rogen and James Franco.

The stars shrugged off their personal leaks and lamented those of Sony's many employees.

But now that the hackers have gone from releasing info to full-on domestic terror threats, the comedy stars are getting serious.

[ Related: Seth Rogen On The Sony Hack And The Interview: 'Wasn't Meant To Be Controversial' ]

Both Seth and James have reportedly cancelled all upcoming appearances up to Thursday's NYC screening of their movie The Interview.

The pair were scheduled to appear

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