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December 18, 2012 | The Motley Fool
I'M EMBARRASSED just thinking about it. I've owned Netflix since it was $19 a share. When it hit $277, I sold. The next day it went up to $283, and I thought, "What was I thinking?" and bought it back. The rest is sad history: It's now around $90 per share. My original gut instinct was accurate, but greed got in the way and I'm paying for it now. I've lost a lot, but at least I did milk the stock over the years, taking profits numerous times to expand my portfolio in other directions.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 9, 2015 | By Ellen Gray
*  SURVIVOR'S REMORSE. 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Starz. Tichina Arnold's mother-son talks have come a long way since she was dispensing advice and discipline to a young Chris (Tyler James Williams) in Chris Rock's autobiographical sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris. " A loooong way. On Saturday's episode of the Starz comedy "Survivor's Remorse," Arnold's character, Cassie Calloway, laid out some facts of life to her basketball star son, Cam (Jessie T. Usher). It was a mother-son sex talk for the ages (if not for all ages)
SPORTS
July 26, 1994 | Daily News Wire Services
Mike Tyson has not demonstrated "even a glimmer of remorse," an attorney for the woman Tyson was convicted of raping said yesterday. The former heavyweight champion sent a letter earlier this month to the judge who presided over his 1992 rape trial. He asked that she reconsider her decision last month denying him an early release from prison. Michael Weisman, who represents teen-age beauty contestant Desiree Washington, said yesterday the letter is an attempt on Tyson's part to justify "his violent act of rape.
NEWS
September 20, 1999
Act now or lose out on a great deal. " Expect to hear variations on this theme a lot in the next three months as City Council is faced with considering - and approving - a complicated financing and location deal for two sports stadiums. The pressure will grow to act before the end of Mayor Rendell's term. The Eagles have structured their finances with the expectation of revenues from a new stadium for the 2002 season, which can't happen if there's much more of a delay. If the stadium deal falls through, the team could decide to build its practice facility outside the city, which then would lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in wage taxes of highly-paid players.
NEWS
September 30, 1998 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
They were best friends, sitting around smoking cigars and talking football on the porch of a Southwest Philadelphia home last year. But even friends can violently disagree. When Muhammad Diallo, 31, and Michael Paul, 30, had a squabble, Paul ended up dead, on Aug. 29, 1997, said Assistant District Attorney Ann Pontario yesterday. "We started arguing over football players and other things," Diallo told Homicide Detective Arthur Mee. Pontario said Diallo, of Lynn, Mass.
NEWS
October 3, 2014 | By Ellen Gray
* HOMELAND. 9 p.m. Sunday, Showtime. * SURVIVOR'S REMORSE. 9 p.m. tomorrow, Starz. * MULANEY. 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Fox 29.   REMEMBER what Carrie Mathison was like before Sgt. Nicholas Brody entered her life? You probably don't, even if you've never missed an episode of Showtime's "Homeland," which returns for its fourth season on Sunday with a Carrie (Claire Danes) we've never really seen before, or at least one who's not necessarily the most screwed-up person in every room she enters.
NEWS
October 16, 2005 | By Chris Satullo
Saying "I told you so" yields a certain satisfaction, but this time it's mighty thin. Being right isn't a good feeling when it means your country has become weaker, more divided and less secure. A year ago today, the Editorial Board that I lead launched a series of issues essays on the 2004 election called "21 Reasons to Elect John F. Kerry. " For each of 21 days, we offered an analysis on a key issue, from Iraq to deficits to stem-cell research, critiquing President Bush's performance and plans.
NEWS
July 8, 2011 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
By 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Mark Geisenheyner knew there was only one way his weekend could end. The two bodies he had left moments before in a remote Douglass Township farmhouse threatened to put him behind bars for the rest of his life or worse. Three others he'd shot - a New York City plumber, his wife, and a family friend - lay bleeding, but alive, and would surely identify him as their attacker. Geisenheyner, a 51-year-old career criminal whose adult life consisted of one arrest and prison term after another, was determined things would end differently this time.
NEWS
October 31, 1997
This is the creep who pawned his wife's engagement ring three days after police hauled her lifeless body from a bathtub at the couple's Main Line home. While he mourned publicly, Craig Rabinowitz dropped by a riverfront club for private, quality time with his stripper friend - a woman on whom he'd lavished thousands. He may have squandered up to $500,000 on his strip-club compulsion - largely money conned out of family and friends. So it was long past time for Rabinowitz to do something for someone other than himself.
NEWS
October 5, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Fans of HBO's rags-to-riches comedy Entourage , about a young Boston actor who makes it big in Hollywood, will recognize the premise of Starz's new offering, Survivor's Remorse . The sitcom, premiering at 9 p.m. Saturday, is about a basketball prodigy from a Boston housing project who lands a multimillion-dollar contract to play pro ball for an unnamed team in Atlanta. Created, written, and directed by actor-producer Mike O'Malley ( Glee , Justified ), Survivor's Remorse attacks its familiar material with a brazen, bold, take-no-prisoners attitude.
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July 25, 2016 | By Ellen Gray, TELEVISION CRITIC
The Circus. Even if you watched every moment of the Republican National Convention, this quick-turn documentary series will probably find a way to highlight something you missed. 8 p.m. Sunday, Showtime. Survivor's Remorse. The Starz comedy about a young basketballer dealing with success starts its season with a somber episode, as Cam (Jessie T. Usher) and his family try to come to terms with the death of Uncle Julius (Mike Epps). And if that's not sad enough, the series Epps did next, Uncle Buck , has already been canceled by ABC. 10 p.m. Sunday, Starz.
NEWS
June 13, 2016
Maybe you planned to spend the summer catching up on all those TV shows you didn't have time for until now. Ha. Prepare to fall even further behind. Summer shows may be soapy, scary, fin-filled (Discovery's Shark Week starts June 26, just as HBO's Game of Thrones ends its season) or just sillier than usual, but even hard-core drama junkies should find something to hold them till fall. The seasonal rollout is already underway, but there's more - much more - to come, including these.
NEWS
June 12, 2016
* HELL ON WHEELS and THE AMERICAN WEST. 9 and 10 p.m. Saturday, AMC. Westward ho! AMC is pairing the final seven episodes of its drama about the transcontinental railroad with an event series from Robert Redford about such Western figures as Jesse James, Wyatt Earp, and Billy the Kid. * THE 70TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS. 8 p.m. Sunday, CBS3. Can't get tickets to Hamilton , either? We at least have a rooting interest in this year's Tonys, hosted by James Corden. Among Hamilton's 16 nominations is one for Philly's Leslie Odom Jr. (pictured)
NEWS
June 12, 2016 | By Sam Wood, Staff Writer
Paul Carter, a chef from Drexel Hill, is about to turn 40. He wants to change careers, go back to school, study to become a veterinarian. But prospective employers can't get past the ink on his face. "People stare at me, thinking I'm a gang member," Carter said. "I've lost out on jobs. They assume that I'm a hard-core killer. " Though Carter has a likable, easygoing manner, the skepticism isn't surprising. "Outlaw" is emblazoned in 11/2-inch letters on his left forearm.
NEWS
May 28, 2016 | By Chris Palmer, Staff Writer
John Hart apologized Thursday - but only for his past behavior toward a Philadelphia judge. And he said he's learned from his conviction for stalking and sending threatening text messages to former CBS3 anchor Erika von Tiehl after she broke up with him in 2011. But those lessons, he told Judge Gwendolyn N. Bright, were largely related to how "lucky and truly blessed I am" to have supportive family and friends. Hart, speaking in a Philadelphia courtroom during his sentencing hearing, had little to say about his crimes and the impact they had on von Tiehl, saying simply that he wanted to "focus on the future and the ways I can be a better person.
SPORTS
May 16, 2016 | By Jeff McLane, STAFF WRITER
Jalen Mills seems to have made the most of his do-over since charges of a 2014 simple assault against a woman were dropped, so it would only be fair to give him the benefit of the doubt after he gave the following unfortunate explanation for why he thought he was originally charged: "The girl - basically it was her word vs. mine. Domestic violence is very serious around the [United States], so women, nine times out of 10, they usually get the upper hand until you go to court. " But Mills, who was drafted by the Eagles in the seventh round, left out a few pertinent details in his answer.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 2016 | By Tre'vell Anderson, TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE
The formula for so-called black films is both specific and ill-defined: Jenifer Lewis, Lynn Whitfield, or Loretta Devine lead a mostly black cast, with Taye Diggs or Morris Chestnut in there somewhere. Spike Lee or Tyler Perry is writer, director, and star. Every character hides her purse around cousin Pookie, and prayer is the only substitute for a doctor's visit. There's often also a Soul Train line to Maze featuring Frankie Beverly's "Before I Let Go" and plenty of sassy neck rolling to go around.
NEWS
February 7, 2016 | Susan Bandes
Susan Bandes is the Centennial Professor of Law at DePaul University and a 2015 Public Voices Fellow of the Oped Project In Albert Camus' novel The Stranger , the character Meursault fails to cry at his mother's funeral, an optic that comes back to haunt him in a later murder trial when a prosecutor calls it evidence of his heartlessness. We judge others by whether they've visibly displayed the right emotions for the situation. But our craving for public feeling also represents an alarming feature of the judicial system: We expect criminals to act remorseful, and their failure to do so can be fatal.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 2015 | Carolyn Hax
Question: I have this idea in my head that I will only be able to forgive the ex who cheated on me if he owns up to his mistake: not in terms of the cheating, but in terms of how he fled the scene and didn't want to give me the time of day to break up in person. It's also important to note that he didn't admit to cheating - I found out from a friend. I've already come to realizations about how we were incompatible as partners, and I don't want him back. I think I just want the satisfaction that he feels bad for treating a person so disrespectfully.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 9, 2015 | By Ellen Gray
*  SURVIVOR'S REMORSE. 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Starz. Tichina Arnold's mother-son talks have come a long way since she was dispensing advice and discipline to a young Chris (Tyler James Williams) in Chris Rock's autobiographical sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris. " A loooong way. On Saturday's episode of the Starz comedy "Survivor's Remorse," Arnold's character, Cassie Calloway, laid out some facts of life to her basketball star son, Cam (Jessie T. Usher). It was a mother-son sex talk for the ages (if not for all ages)
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