If this weren't such a ghastly situation, it would almost be comedic!
Christopher Dorner is the former cop/Navy reservist who is believed to be in the middle of a killing spree.
In the long and harrowing manifesto he posted on Facebook, the man now wanted for at least three murders laid out his plans for "warfare" against the LAPD but also mixed in an odd slew of celebrity critique.
OBVIOUSLY this man is beyond troubled, but we can't begin to explain how his thoughts on the beauty of actress
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This is nuts!!
Southern California police are currently involved in a MASSIVE manhunt for Christopher Dorner, formerly of the LAPD and the U.S. Navy, who is the chief suspect in a recent killing spree!
Authorities linked him to the weekend murders of a young couple, with one of the victims being a daughter of a former police captain who may have helped kick Christopher off the police force!
He was apparently dismissed from the LAPD five years ago after lying about a fellow officer under oath.
Almost as terrifying as his alleged actions, are the man's insanely terrifying Facebook manifesto.
One portion of his angry rant reads:
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This is inneresting!
The U.S. Navy finally got a trademark on camouflage! The design is the pixelated black, gray and navy blue camo pattern, but the green is still okay!
Originally, the trademark was revoked because it was seen as functional and ornamental, but the Navy proved that they actually use the print to help distinguish themselves.
Since the trademark is so specific
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We're sad to hear this, but at least he lived a nice, long life!
The Toledo Zoo's 36 year old gray seal Neptune has died due to age-related health problems.
Neptune was known for his work with the U.S. Navy from 1975 to 1978, during which time he assisted with Navy tasks such as "retrieving tolls and equipment for divers, identifying mines, and locating submarines."
He was donated by the Navy to Connecticut's Mystic Aquarium in 1978, and he made his way to the Toledo Zoo in 1999.
Rest well, Neptune! You will be missed.
[Image via The Toledo Zoo.]
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