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Tuesday April 9th, 2019 evening edition

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A good Samaritan was fatally shot over the weekend while handing out $20 bills and paying for meals at a Florida restaurant, according to police.

Officials with the Alachua County Sheriff's Office said the restaurant's surveillance camera captured an altercation between the two on video.

Witnesses said the victim was arguing with a female acquaintance of the suspect, who was reportedly upset because Brewer's generosity didn't include her.

At one point, Hicks left the Waffle House and retrieved a 9mm Glock pistol, which was later recovered at the scene, according to the sheriff's office.

(Alachua County Sheriff's Office) Surveillance footage released by police shows Ezekiel Hicks returning to the Waffle House in Gainesville, Fla., April 7, 2019, and shooting Craig Brewer.

(Alachua County Sheriff’s Office) Ezekiel Hicks, 25, was arrested on murder charges Sunday, April 7, in the death of 41-year-old Craig Brewer. »

How The Blair Witch Project changed horror for ever

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Having said that, we’ve had dozens of movies like The Blair Witch Project.

In the 20 years since its release, it has transformed the horror landscape, and more besides.

One of the reasons we will never have a Blair Witch Project again is because we’ll never have an early internet again. »

TIL that two inmates sued the state of Alabama, claiming the cramped space in their cell was a cruel and unusual punishment. The state argued that students at Auburn University actually paid to live in even smaller living space in the Magnolia Dorm. The inmates lost the case.

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Auburn University (AU or Auburn) is a state university located in Auburn.

Like most universities in the American South, Auburn was racially segregated prior to 1963, with only white students being admitted.

The state argued in court that students at Auburn actually paid to live in even smaller living spaces—at Magnolia Dorm. »

Epic Store and 12% cut

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Unfortunately they didn't reveal exact cut but Valve supports over 100 payment methods so fees for those probably vary a lot.

If 30% of total buyers buy game outside of Epic Store technically Epic is getting 8%.

And according to Tim Sweeney that is enough to cover costs, but if you are running business you need profit. »