MACKIE, Robert (Bob) October 18th, 1940 October 14th, 2010 The family is saddened to announce that Bob passed away suddenly and peacefully at home. Bob will always be missed by his wife Marilyn Philbrick, his children Krista Philbrick (Brad Wright) and John Philbrick (Michelle). Adored Papa of Johnny, Oakley, Jack, Evan and Lily.
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The chilling clip caught the eye of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. The Queens Bronx Democrat tweeted her outrage, calling for the cops behind the wheel to be to justice. “I’d be one of the first to condemn anyone had I seen similar happen to one of my brother/ sister officers. What I saw happen to George Floyd disturbed me and is not consistent with the goal of our mission. The act of one, impacts us all.”But Gloria Browne Marshall, a civil rights attorney and professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, said she wouldn be a “cheerleader” for a “handful” of chiefs who harshly decried the officers behaviour.”Any minute progress is seen as miraculous because so little has been done for so long,” she said.
It used to be that celebrities guarded their privacy jealously. Wheaton, as one of the godfathers of nerd culture, is a little more open. Sure, he wants his quiet time, just like anyone else (he recently called out a paparazzo for interfering with his vacation, then tweeted photos of himself to totally undercut the intrusive lens.) But Wheaton shares a lot, especially when he thinks there’s a good reason.
The bill, introduced a couple weeks ago now by Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser, is aimed towards ads “promoting healthy lifestyles” and would specifically prohibit tobacco, alcohol, and political campaign advertisements. It’s part of a larger drive to raise more money for parks facilities; the bill also makes money generated by community benefits agreements attached to planned unit developments available exclusively to DPR, and Bowser introduced another bill today that would make it easier for Friends groups to hold fundraisers on DPR property. Would be by no means unique in moving towards raising revenues by renting out its public spaces: The practice became more prevalent as the recession took its toll on city budgets around the country.