May 22, 2010

Pacman Pacquiao Accepts Mayweather's Condition

After winning the 2010 election as congressman of his province, Manny Pacman Pacquiao now decided to accept Floyd Mayweather's previous condition - Olympic-style drug and urine testing. According to Pacman he now agrees with the condition but he did not want blood drawn from him too close before the scheduled fight.
"Fourteen days is okay with me, as long as (the blood test) isn’t done on the day of the fight, and only the right amount of blood will be drawn from me,” Pacquiao told Filipino media late this week.. 
When asked about his political obligation, he said:

“I will attend (congress) sessions in the morning until afternoon then I go to the gym around 4 or 5 p.m.,” Pacquiao told the Manila Bulletin. “I will stay in the country during training camp then with two weeks before the fight, I will fly to the U.S.” 
As for Mayweather, when asked about the fight and that Pacman now agrees with his condition so that once and for all, the fight of the century (between Pacman and Mayweather) will be pushed through, Mayweather's camp has no official statement yet.

May 18, 2010

Who is Emily Keyes?

Last September 27, 2006, Emily Keyes was a hostage on a hostage taking drama at The Platte Canyon High School in Bailey, Colorado. During the incident, Duane Roger, 53 years old, the hostage taker,took six female students hostage and sexually assaulted them, later releasing four.

When police broke open the classroom's door with explosives, Morrison opened fire with a semi-automatic pistol before shooting hostage Emily Keyes in the head. The other remaining hostage escaped unharmed, and paramedics confirmed that Morrison had committed suicide shortly before police were able to enter the classroom. Keyes was pronounced dead at 4:32 p.m. MDT (23:32 UTC) at Saint Anthony's Hospital in Denver, Colorado after undergoing emergency surgery.