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Hello there everybody my name is Telia S Battle. I'm 26 years old. I'll love to read books because I'm a bookworm for the day I was born. I also love to do my blog, (but I usely don't be on my blog that much ...because I'm busy doing other stuff) I don't smoke, I don't drink, I don't get no tattoos, I don't get no body percings. I don't hang out to no nightclubs/parties/Go-Go Bars. Because I'm a clean person & I'm going to stay that way! But I just hang out to the special gatherings-going away parties/bbq's-picnic's. I'm a very quiet friendly person. I love to meet new people. I'm single & loving it right about now which means I'll not married I've to wait I'm not trying to rush into marriage! And I'll don't have no kids right about now because I've to wait as well even though I love kids, but not right now.

Monday, March 11, 2013

6 Teens got Killed in a Car Crash in Youngstown, Ohio!!!

Hello my blogger world peepz on this 3rd week of March I'm glad y'all blogger readers are doing ok because I'm trying to keep myself busy you know after my father uncle's funeral last week I'm keeping myself forces you know? I just got on the internet this morning & it was a car crash in Youngstown, Ohio I'm not to familiar with the state Ohio though but I know the Rock & Roll hall of fame is in Cleavland, Ohio. But that's all I know though so anyway I was so shocked and sadden at the same time because they're so young people who've their lives changed so far away form their adulthood. My heart & prayers go out to their families & their siblings while they're coping with their sadness & their sorrow ahead.

In Ohio, Town Mourns Death Of Six Teens Killed In Crash

Friends and family of the six teenagers killed in a car crash brought stuffed animals and other memorials to the site Sunday in Warren, Ohio.
Scott R. Galvin/AP
Friends and family of the six teenagers killed in a car crash brought stuffed animals and other memorials to the site Sunday in Warren, Ohio.
Friends and family of the six teenagers killed in a car crash brought stuffed animals and other memorials to the site Sunday in Warren, Ohio.
Scott R. Galvin/AP
Warren, Ohio, is in mourning after the deaths of six teenagers who died Sunday when the SUV they were in ran off a highway, flipped over a guardrail and landed in a small pond.
"It's going to be a rough week, a rough rest of the school year," said Michael Notar, Warren school superintendent, as NBC News reports.
From Youngstown, Ohio, The Vindicator writes that "according to the [Ohio State Highway Patrol], the Honda SUV was traveling south at a high rate of speed in a 35-mph zone before it veered left, hit a guardrail and went over the guardrail and into a small pond on the east side of the road at approximately 6:50 a.m. Sunday."
There were eight teenagers in the vehicle — seven boys and the driver, a 19-year-old girl. The boys' ages ranged from 14 to 18. The two boys who survived are both 15 years old.
Authorities, according to The Vindicator, are awaiting the results of toxicology tests to determine if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash.
CBS News reports that State Highway Patrol Lt. Brian Holt said the vehicle, owned by a resident of Youngstown, had been taken without the owner's permission. It adds that:
"Officials opened a school where several of the victims attended to provide counseling for families Sunday night. Superintendent Michael Notar called the crowded closed-door session heartbreaking and said counselors would be available Monday in schools. ...
"[At the crash site] a pile of blue, green and copper-red stuffed bears grew at a makeshift memorial."



Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Gallon Samshing Prank on Youtube is that Good Ideal or a Bad Ideal for Teens?

Hey there my blogger world peepz well I know I'm late for this but my father's uncle passed away last tuesday & the funeral is tmorrow but I'm not going though because I've to wacth my younger borther who is really sick so this week for me is kinda slow. But I've to keep it moving thats all....
For me well I'm in the poressing of looking for a job & also just trying to keep it on track. So anyway back on the point here. Last week or something like that my father was looking at "Inside Edition" about whats going on on the youtube world today & he keep saying "THAT'S SO STUPID" & just about yesterday I GOOGLE it up it's a new prank called "GALLON SMASHING" Prank. It all started when this 3 young pranksters in the VA & I guess it became an over night. Now it seems to me that how people can put into peer pressure like that?? I mean come on now like I won't even to do such a thing like that. But you know some of the teens just wanna have fun. Like I meant for the fun of it. Like I'm only an adult & I'm short -to put of you this way.

‘Gallon Smashing’ Prank Videos a Hit but Raise Legal Concerns

By ABC News
Feb 28, 2013 8:52am
ABC News’ John Muller reports:
A video that shows three teens pretending to fall in a supermarket, spilling the gallons of milk they are carrying, has become a hit on the Internet.
Dubbed “gallon smashing,” the prank has done well online but might have legal implications.
In the original video, the three Vienna, Va., teens – Zayd, Faysal and Omar Khatib – film themselves carrying milk containers in supermarkets. They pretend to trip and fall, sending the gallons of milk crashing to the floor, with dramatic results. Supermarket workers and shoppers who don’t know it’s part of a prank rush to help the seemingly injured boys as they flail about in the spilled milk.
The teens – two brothers and their cousin – consider themselves actors and have their own YouTube channel, theCHAIZYchannel, where they say, “We’ve always been pranksters. But on December 10th 2011 we decided to start getting our pranks on camera.”
Their other prank videos include one showing their lying down in odd poses on a moving elevator, while another shows their pretending to splash unsuspecting people with an empty bucket.
The trio told the cable show “Right This Minute” that the “gallon smashing” video was an innocent prank and no one got hurt.
But they seem to realize that gallon-smashing takes things to a whole new level.
“I don’t think we can top this. We probably won’t do anything this bad again, probably calm it down a little,” one of the boys told “Right This Minute.”
One “gallon smashing” video earned more than 3 million views on YouTube in less than a week.
Some people find it hilarious but Dana Cole, an attorney and legal analyst for ABC News, says it potentially runs afoul of the law.
“Looking at the video, it does seem a bit malicious, not so funny particularly because someone has to clean it up,” Cole said. “Based upon that, it can easily be viewed as a crime.”
The original posters’ video has been pulled from YouTube, but others have uploaded it.
An alleged copycat gallon-smashing incident in Utah this week led to disorderly conduct charges for 10 juveniles.