Harold Camping, the Oakland radio preacher whose recent doomsday prediction failed to materialize, has apparently suffered a stroke. Camping had a stroke after his radio program Thursday night and was taken to the hospital, according to an Internet message posted by Charlie Menut, a regional manager for Camping’s multimillion-dollar Christian radio network, Family Radio.
“Not one. Not two. Not three, not four, not five, not six ... not seven. And when I say that, I really believe it.”
— LeBron James, July 9, 2010
He could have stopped counting at “not one.” Unless, of course, he was counting missed shots or turnovers in the fourth quarter during the NBA finals.
That’s it? The University of Southern Cal gets stripped of its 2004 BCS national championship, and satisfaction is a stroke of an eraser?
On April Fools’ Day 2009, it was not a joke — fortunately just a scare — when Tony Nguyen felt as though he was suffering a heart attack.
Pablo Picasso, the most recognized name in modern art, is the subject of a big, fabulously varied exhibit that opened Saturday at the de Young Museum, where his art, rather than his fame, is featured.
WHAT: Two Transportation Security Administration agents singled out a mentally disabled man, Drew Mandy, who is 29 but has the mental capacity of a 2-year-old.
Freshman Massachusetts state Rep. Mark Cusack, 26, is being investigated by the office of House Speaker Robert DeLeo for allegedly engaging in an indecent act with a female legislative employee. The two were discovered by a court officer in the supposedly empty chamber. Cusack has served less than six months.