I can't believe I just typed that... not like shopping! I enjoy shopping most of the time. A few times I don't when it comes to getting a bathing suit and also sunglasses. This morning I had this fall out on my lap when I was getting ready to head into work. I have the worst luck w/ sunglasses. I don't like getting expensive ones, because I've been known to sit on my sunglasses getting in the car. Somehow they end up in the seat before I sit down. Or course cheap ones, can break sooner, which isn't always the case. It's also hard for me to find a pair that fits my face correctly and not hurt my ears after wearing them for awhile. So when they finally break, I get bummed out I need to shop for another pair.
Do you have this same problem? Or am I just weird? Okay.. I know I'm weird, but do you have this problem?
She talks about a lot of things, but key to the conversation is her new daughter, Giovanna.
"Giovanna just turned one month yesterday," Snooki said. "All she does is eat and s--t and sleeps… she just lays there. I think once Giovanna starts to actually move and crawl and run around, that's when s--t's gonna hit the fan."
This could be the most bizarre story of the week - well, so far, anyway.
A 75-year-old property owner in Marathon County, Wisconsin is at odds with the local government about the use of his land.
The government says he's using the land for non-zoned purposes. They've demanded that he remove certain equipment, or pay a fine of $500 per day.
The property owner disagrees strongly, and has refused to move the equipment in question. The dispute's been going on for a while, and with the bill rolling up toward the $100,000 mark, the county decided it was time to collect.
So, send in the tax collector?
Not so much.
Send in two dozen police officers and an armored SWAT vehicle.
Because the 75-year-old was deemed "argumentative."
The sheriff's department offers no apology.“I’ve been involved in about five standoff situations where, as soon as the MARV showed up, the person gives up," said a representative, "saving time, money and increasing safety. People may not always understand why, but an armored vehicle is almost a necessity now.”
Talk about overkill.
Here's what the SWAT vehicle looks like - the video is from a few years ago, when the sheriff's department acquired it.