Overall, approximately 32,000 serious crimes were reported to the Honolulu Police Department last year, and only 2,317 were cleared, the FBI data shows.
That’s a clearance rate of 7%.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
"FBI data shows Honolulu has one of the worst records in the country when it comes to solving property crimes as well as violent crimes"
"Japan's Tokyo Stock Exchange halted all trading Thursday because of a[n unspecified] technical glitch"
"It's not clear when the exchange will be operational again."
“I felt like Dante descending into the inferno,” said Lt. Col. Gabriele Gargano, the police officer who led the raid and a subsequent investigation. “I’ve seen many smuggling busts — but 70 sacks of cigarettes on a military vessel? I never saw that in my whole life.”The investigation has spread to a second and third ship.
The bust has tarnished what European leaders have portrayed as a tough-minded, but principled, effort to curb migration to the continent.
Even before its sailors began smuggling contraband, the Caprera had apparently violated the terms of a United Nations arms embargo on at least three occasions, according to the documents. The embargo bars foreign actors from supplying arms to any faction involved in the Libyan civil war and repairing military equipment.
Greene went all in on becoming a full-time paparazzi. But when he realized that a lot of his footage of B- or C-list celebrities (like Christina Milian and Jenna Dewan) was being turned down by tabloid giants, he began posting them to YouTube in 2014. These B- or C-list sightings would gain an audience online, and so Greene began posting more clips of what he couldn't sell. That's how the Hollywood Fix was born.
At the start of the pandemic earlier this year, his channel seemed to take a dramatic shift away from capturing traditional celebrities and onto social media celebrities. Over the past few months, the Hollywood Fix has exclusively pivoted to TikTok stars. Greene said this wasn't a calculated move as much as it was a consequence of COVID-19.
"When you scroll through [my feed] over the years, it's all mainstream celebrities like Jennifer Garner or Hilary Duff," he said. "But when COVID hit, these guys left town and just disappeared. All the celebrities just dried out. I'd go out and work an eight-hour shift and come home with an empty memory chip."
He said it seemed like the only notable people in Los Angeles who were still in town and out and about were influencers and TikTokers.
"I said, Let me shoot kids that have millions of fans on TikTok and let me see how it'll do," he said. "It just blew up. It's almost like following a high school drama but in real life."
When BuzzFeed News asked Greene about these concerns, and where he draws the line, he said he sticks to standard paparazzi rules.
Breaking down The Conspiracy Chart part 3: pic.twitter.com/dzgeYlONfS— Abbie Richards (@abbieasr) September 28, 2020
And: Breaking down The Conspiracy Chart part 2: pic.twitter.com/WnE1TgI1Sa— Abbie Richards (@abbieasr) September 26, 2020
Stop trying to binge me! I’m not Netflix. Part 4 is coming but I’m figuring out the best way to break it up. It will probably take more than one TikTok to address science denial 😭😭— Abbie Richards (@abbieasr) September 28, 2020
Thanks I love it ❤️ https://t.co/3IwrR3Kkvg— Abbie Richards (@abbieasr) September 30, 2020
So about that chart I made.... pic.twitter.com/1nbIcUVaau— Abbie Richards (@abbieasr) September 30, 2020
The object is likely to enter into a distant orbit around Earth in late NovemberSpeaking of rockets, check out this one based on a The Far Side strip:
"I suspect this newly discovered object 2020 SO to be an old rocket booster because it is following an orbit about the Sun that is extremely similar to Earth's, nearly circular, in the same plane, and only slightly farther away the Sun at its farthest point,"
He said that correlates with the launch of Surveyor 2 on September 20, 1966. That mission was designed to have a soft landing on the Moon, but a failure led to the spacecraft crashing, Chodas said. The Centaur rocket that was used to boost the spacecraft passed by the Moon and went into orbit near the Sun and has not been seen again
1. I tell you I'm making lasagna for dinner. You're not eating at my house or anything, we're just shooting the shit online. You say:— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
2. An author you like is giving a talk. They mention their favorite book by Donna Tartt is her first, The Little Friend. You know her first was The Secret History. Afterwards there's a Q&A, and you get selected to ask a question. What do you say when you take the mic?— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
3. Your friend's cat is missing. She calls you in a panic. What do you tell her?— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
4. I've been hired to paint a mural of my favorite actor, Derek Jacobi. "Derek Jacobi is the best actor who ever lived," I say dreamily as I show you my sketches. How do you respond?— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
5. Dame Darcy is making me a cake for my birthday. She's raw vegan so the cake is made of dates and green apples, which you're pretty sure I can't eat because I have that thing where raw apples make my mouth swell up. Do you tell her to consider a different cake?— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
6. A cartoonist/twitter personality you enjoy, who does not follow you back, writes a series of thoughtful tweets followed by a quiz designed to gently help her very least favorite people on Earth to be happier and less annoying. You think might've spotted an error in it. Do you— Julia Gfrörer (@thorazos) September 29, 2020
Flower art by Azuma Makoto:
Here's how to participate in #FatBearWeek: this is an elimination tournament to determine who will be crowned 2020's fattest bear on the Brooks River. For each pairing of bears, you will be given the opportunity to vote on our new #FatBearWeek website, https://t.co/bcJqAzVU3F pic.twitter.com/wCQTu4zUmM— Katmai National Park (@KatmaiNPS) September 29, 2020
. @siddharth3 brought this to my notice and I am now scarred beyond repair.— Narayani Basu (@narayani_basu) September 29, 2020
I also want to read it. Just for science. pic.twitter.com/OuoRwKzutS
(99 cents at Amazon)
Sano had Bregman confused pic.twitter.com/T34hTiwK0e— Stu Motown #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) September 29, 2020
Lmao - Jason Kipnis’s glove today as he subs at first for Anthony Rizzo. pic.twitter.com/iYjoAYixhm— Bleacher Nation (@BleacherNation) September 27, 2020
Shout out to the NYT photo editor who chose this picture. That coronavirus is an absolute unit. pic.twitter.com/wnbd6nrBFB— Eugene Wei (@eugenewei) September 26, 2020
Congrats to these two on their engagement! Hope you enjoy the gift. pic.twitter.com/cn0ClUD6De— Malcolm (@Malcolmvelli) September 27, 2020
See no Gamecock, hear no Gamecock, speak no Gamecock pic.twitter.com/mTFeVWE659— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 27, 2020
When I die, please hire a electronic group to perform the Unsolved Mysteries theme for 20 minutes while people are enjoying snacks after my memorial. It's about to get real spooky.— Brandi, Kickin' It In Hattiesburg 🦗😾 (@ItsTheBrandi) September 27, 2020
thinking about liza minnelli trying to get into the oscars selfie pic.twitter.com/xPhzZSO4HG— jaye "elizabeth debicki is 6'3"" hunt (@hayejunt) September 27, 2020
Lmao at Saruman thinking the orcs gave him a cute nickname when they were literally just saying “okay boomer” pic.twitter.com/nPJb0F55JR— molly (@hobbitgay) September 26, 2020
Imagine if we did everything aggressively 😂 pic.twitter.com/jN24vrvGxN— muddy beaver (@Giby821) September 23, 2020
It’s rutting season for moose and elk and they're feeling quite ornery right now! Thanks to Chris Devlin for the video. He kept a safe distance and stayed in his car. Please keep your distance from wildlife--no selfies! pic.twitter.com/Gb4IJQpv7h— BoCo Open Space (@BoulderCountyOS) September 23, 2020
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