but no. di puwede. kasi mabait tayong mga nilalang.
so no, hindi natin siya gagayahin...
Man shoots talker at movies, police say
December 27, 2008 -- Updated 1720 GMT (0120 HKT)
(CNN) -- A man angry that a family was talking during a movie threw popcorn at the son and then shot the father in the arm, according to police in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
James Joseph Cialella, 29, was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapons violations, a police report said.
Cialella told the family sitting in front of him in the theater on Christmas Day to be quiet, police said.
An argument ensued while others at the Riverview Movie Theatre watched "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
Cialella then approached the family from the left side of the aisle and shot the father, who was not identified, as he was standing between Cialella and his family, according to the police report.
The victim was taken to Jefferson Hospital with a gunshot wound to his left arm, police said.
Cialella was carrying a Kel-Tec .380-caliber handgun clipped inside his sweatpants, police said. He was arrested and taken into custody.
um, i don't know about you, but that opening line -- the key sentence of the news story -- needs to be rewritten properly. na-haggard ako. cnn na to ha. can i apply as copy editor? chaks.
and in other print-related news, lambda literary awards just outed their longlist. kewl. i wish i could really really really get back to my reading -- my library awaits!
and with these, more things to load it with. yeh. here's a partial list from an afterellen.com story:
"Passing for Black" and Cristy Road's "Bad Habits" are up for Lambda's Lit Awards in 2008
Every year, the Lambda Literary Foundation recognizes books written by and about members of the LGBT community. This year, they've announced the nominees, which will eventually become a short list which will then be voted on by members of the literary community.
Some of the nominees are as follows:
Me as Her Again, Nancy Agabian, Aunt Lute Books
Open, Jenny Block, Seal Press
Sexual Fluidity: Understanding Women's Love & Desire, Lisa M. Diamond, Harvard University Press
Wolf Tales VI, Kate Douglas, Kensington
Seeking Sara Summers, Susan Gabriel, Wild Lily Arts
Rhythm: A Novel, Robin Meloy Goldsby, Bass Lion Publishing
Secrets So Deep, K.G. MacGregor, Bella
The Bishop's Daughter, Honor Moore, W.W. Norton
Bad Habits, Cristy Road, Soft Skull Press
LESBIAN MEMOIR/BIOGRAPHYWrestling with the Angel of Democracy, Susan Griffin, Shambhala Publications
Sex Variant Woman, Joanne Passet, Da Capo
Sex Talks to Girls: A Memoir, Maureen Seaton, University of Arkansas Press
Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying out in America, Jennifer Storm, Hazelden Publishing
LESBIAN DEBUT FICTION
Marti Brown and the House of Face, Teresa R. Allen, Alpha World Press
Relief, L.E. Butler, Regal Crest Publishing
Last Chance at the Lost & Found, Marcia Finical, Bywater Books
The Odd Couple, Q. Kelly, Regal Crest Publishing
The Antonym of Apathy, Hilary Kyle, Antonym Publishing
Red Audrey & the Roping, Jill Malone, Bywater Books
As Far As Far Enough, Claire Rooney, Bella
Made for You, Geneva St. James, Alpha World Press
The Mud of the Place, Susananna Sturgis, Speed-of-C Productions
Passing for Black, Linda Villarosa, Kensington
Closer to Fine, Meri Weiss, Kensington
Looking Through Windows, Caren Werlinger, Windstorm Creative
Love Does Not Make Me Gentle or Kind, Chavisa Woods, Fly by Night Press
Over the Course of a Lifetime, J.G. Woodward, Invincible Publishing
The Bruise, Magdalena Zurawski, Fiction Collective Two/University of Alabama Press
For more of the nominees, including Lesbian Poetry, Lesbian Erotica, Lesbian Drama and all other LGBT and gay categories, visit www.lambdaliterary.org.
wheee and dami! book lovers rejoice! sana available dito...