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May 1, 2006
I'M NOT SURPRISED that the Daily Democrat editorial page has made no mention of the outing of another CIA Democratic hack and John Kerry supporter, Mary McCarthy. She was fired for leaking classified information relating to national security to the Washington Post. Leaking classified information is a crime - not only should she be fired, she should be arrested. The CIA is supposed to focus on our security. Instead, liberal Democrats who work at the CIA are only concerned with hurting President Bush and undermining the war. It's no surprise she did this - after all, she was hired by Sandy Berger, another Clinton appointee who was caught stuffing classified documents relating to Sept.
NEWS
October 14, 1998 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
It's curtains for privacy in adult peep shows. The state Supreme Court has ruled that police can prosecute the operators of such adult entertainment spas if they allow their customers to watch sexy movies in coin-operated curtained booths. Customers are going to have to view their films out in the open, putting a serious crimp on the behavior that goes with voyeuristic pleasures indulged in the dark. All the high court did was affirm a previous Commonwealth Court decision last year that upheld a law that requires adult shops to be well-lighted and maintain "open viewing booths.
NEWS
April 30, 1988 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Peep-peep. That was the sound of a pheasant chick seeing its first daylight, yesterday at the Eastern Game Farm in Montgomery County. Ka-blam. That was the sound of the pheasant's probable future, a shotgun blast sending it to its final reward, most likely by the end of this year. Hello, pheasant. Bye-bye, pheasant. Out of the 55,000 chicks that the Game Farm will try to raise for hunting this year, said Jack Bogert, "if 10 percent make it to spring, that's phenomenal.
NEWS
November 8, 2010 | By Luke Harold, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a Central High School science lab - with her teacher and 30 classmates huddled around - freshman Mjaan McIvor pointed a camping lighter toward a single marshmallow Peep. The jack-o'-lantern-shaped Peep was sitting on top of an inch-tall stand and inside a six-inch metal cylinder with a beaker of water placed above it. After some difficulty igniting the lighter, McIvor succeeded in setting the Peep on fire. It was a visual, personal, hands-on science experiment - the kind of interactive approach that teacher K.D. Davenport believes will leave her students with a deeper understanding of nutrition.
NEWS
March 5, 1993 | by Anthony S. Twyman, Daily News Staff Writer
When the Pennsylvania Convention Center opens this summer, conventioneers with sex on their minds won't have to go far. Across the street, in the 1200 block of Arch Street, are two of the city's longest running and best-known pornographic parlors: Doc's Leisure Time Adult Entertainment Center and the Arch Street Den Inc. One block west, at 13th and Arch, is Edward's Pleasure Palace Bookstore. The city would just as soon see them leave before the convention center opens, but there isn't much it can do. The shops were around before the city banned sex parlors from Arch street in the 1970s.
NEWS
July 31, 1993 | by Jim Farber, New York Daily News
"When I was born, what did you like about me?" asks a dejected 14-year- old of his father. "Nothing," the father mumbles. But his intent isn't sheer cruelty. With this crushing exchange, the father hopes to give his son the strongest possible incentive to find someone else - anyone but him - for care and acceptance. As a just-released career con who fathered the boy with a now-vanished prostitute, Jack Nelson (Jeff Bridges) is in no position to unmangle a life other than his own. Unfortunately, his son Nick (Edward Furlong)
NEWS
July 6, 1997 | By Jere Downs, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jennifer Ringley never sleeps alone. They peep through a camera in her bedroom. Every three minutes, a new photo pops onto their computer screens. Snap. Jenni sits in front of her computer. Snap. Jenni talks on the phone. Snap. Jenni slips naked into bed. In another time, before the Internet, Ringley might have remained a gifted Dickinson College student from central Pennsylvania with a latent exhibitionist streak and a desire to grow her hair all the way to her waist (like Lady Godiva)
ENTERTAINMENT
August 12, 1986 | By JIM KNIGHT, Daily News Staff Writer
Some galactic streakers are staging a celestial peep show, one that usually plays about a week each year in August. The Franklin Institute - never one to miss heavenly bodies in an outer space orgy - has declared it party time so they're holding a skywatching bash at Pennsbury Manor in Morrisville, Bucks County, to catch some 60 meteors an hour cavorting across the sky. The invitation to the Perseid Meteor Shower Party says the merrymaking runs from...
NEWS
July 21, 2000 | By Jennifer Weiner and Annette John-Hall, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
He said he wanted to be on Big Brother, CBS's Orwellian prime-time peep show, to "represent black males in America. " Evidently not interested in seeing more of his particular representation, viewers have sent Philadelphian William Collins packing. To make matters worse, his spiritual adviser isn't too happy with him, either. Last night, Collins - also known as Hiram Ashantee, a Mumia Abu-Jamal backer, a supporter of the controversial Khallid Abdul Muhammad, and surely the biggest mouth among the 10 "houseguests" - became the first cast member picked for banishment by viewers, who called a 1-900 line and spent 99 cents to ask for his ouster.
NEWS
February 13, 1999 | By Thom Nickels
I was in Canada recently for a short vacation. What I saw prompted some comparisons between Philadelphia and Montreal, between one city suspicious of nightlife and another that invites it. I stayed at the Hotel L'Abri du Voyageur, which, as it turned out, was in Montreal's tenderloin district. This was of minor concern to me until my cab driver pulled up alongside the Voyageur's neon exterior, a light show that made the hotel indistinguishable from the glare of nearby peep shows.
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NEWS
March 4, 2015 | BY MORGAN ZALOT, Daily News Staff Writer zalotm@phillynews.com, 215-854-5928
SEAN MOSES, an accused serial peeping tom, wrote a tutorial to go with a video of two Villanova University coeds undressing that police say he posted on a porn website: "When you get caught out of position you ruin what could have been an awesome semester in voyeurism 101," he wrote. Moses, 37, got caught out of position. And yesterday, Radnor Township Police said, detectives ruined his "semester in voyeurism 101" when they showed up at the Narberth home he shares with his girlfriend and their 6-year-old daughter and arrested him on more than 200 criminal counts for his voyeuristic videos.
NEWS
September 28, 2014 | BY CHRIS BRENNAN, Daily News Staff Writer brennac@phillynews.com, 215-854-5973
GOV. CORBETT, after weeks of saying he has heard about but not seen "inappropriate" emails sent or received by top deputies when he was state Attorney General, now wants to take a good look. Corbett has asked for copies of the sexually explicit emails that Attorney General Kathleen Kane revealed to reporters Thursday, and more. Kelly Powell Logan, Corbett's secretary for the Office of Administration, wrote to Kane at the "express request of Gov. Corbett" asking for the emails, citing media descriptions of them.
NEWS
December 31, 2013 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, Daily News Staff Writer farrs@phillynews.com, 215-854-4225
BETHLEHEM - About an hour up the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, there's a Peep show going on that's fun for the whole family, and the only chicks on display are the ones that have beaks. In its fifth year, PeepsFest is a two-day homage to those dollops of marshmallows with beady eyes that are coated in shades of shimmery sugar. The festival, which includes Peeps sculptures, Peeps craftmaking, a Peeps disco and a Peeps diorama contest, culminates tonight - New Year's Eve - with the dropping of an 85-pound lighted Peeps chick.
NEWS
October 28, 2012
DEAR ABBY : I'm a 20-year-old female with five younger brothers and sisters. My 18-year-old sister is my biological sister, while my youngest four siblings are adopted. At the beginning of the year I discovered my 14-year-old brother has been peeping on my sister. When my parents found out, they sent him to counseling, but my sister is still pretty scarred from it. Today, when I was in the bathroom, I realized my brother was peeping at me through a hole in the wall. I feel extremely violated, but because he is only 14, I don't know what to do. How can we get him to stop, and how can my sister and I feel comfortable in our house again?
NEWS
August 30, 2012 | By Bonnie L. Cook, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Police West Whiteland Township, Chester County, are asking the public's help in identifying several men who tried to take pictures or video images up the skirts of women as they shopped earlier this summer. "The fact that we have three incidents in two months is disturbing," said Detective Scott Pezick. "And these are just the ones we know about. We are asking women to be aware of their surroundings. " On July 2, a woman was trying on clothes at the Habitat Store at the Exton Square Mall when she noticed a cell phone extending from beneath the fitting-room door.
SPORTS
August 15, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
NORTH CAROLINA is investigating how what appears to be a transcript for former football star Julius Peppers surfaced on the university's website. In a statement Monday, the school said it has removed the link and that it couldn't discuss confidential student information covered by federal privacy laws. The school didn't confirm the authenticity of the partial grade summary, which lists Peppers' name at the top. "Student academic records should never be accessible to the public, and the university is investigating reports of what appears to be a former student transcript on the university's website," the school said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 23, 2012 | Dear Abby
DEAR ABBY: From time to time I have read letters in your column about Peeping Toms. You might find our experience interesting. Many years ago, my husband Klaus and I rented a small bungalow in L.A. Not long after we moved in, the woman next door began looking into our bedroom window, pressing her nose against the glass. My husband placed a large mirror in the window frame. Sure enough, the weekend came and she peered into our window. Seeing her face reflected back, she dashed into her house and never looked again.
NEWS
November 8, 2010 | By Luke Harold, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a Central High School science lab - with her teacher and 30 classmates huddled around - freshman Mjaan McIvor pointed a camping lighter toward a single marshmallow Peep. The jack-o'-lantern-shaped Peep was sitting on top of an inch-tall stand and inside a six-inch metal cylinder with a beaker of water placed above it. After some difficulty igniting the lighter, McIvor succeeded in setting the Peep on fire. It was a visual, personal, hands-on science experiment - the kind of interactive approach that teacher K.D. Davenport believes will leave her students with a deeper understanding of nutrition.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 9, 2010
10 tonight BBC AMERICA Mark (David Mitchell, left) attends a school reunion and considers having an affair with his old crush. Meanwhile, Jeremy (Robert Webb, right) is hired as a handyman for one of his idols.
NEWS
September 27, 2008
While Montgomery County investigators are still analyzing evidence against accused Peeping Tom landlord Thomas Daley, one of his Norristown tenants has filed a lawsuit over the alleged spying. In the lawsuit filed Thursday, Erin Melville accused the landlord of taping her "in various states of undress" on "at least dozens of occassions" in her apartment on Green Valley Road from March 2007 until hidden cameras were discovered this month. The woman is asking for $100,000 for the "torturous and outrageous conduct.
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