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Monday August 3rd, 2020 morning edition

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NOKOMIS — A Wachula man tattooed with swastikas and other racist symbols went on a tirade at a Nokomis restaurant on Friday, proclaiming to be a white supremacist and striking a female staff member.

Two men approached Schock, who began sauntering through the outside seating area with his shorts unbuttoned while making sexual threats to a guest.

McIlveny also took videos after the incident of the man being taken into custody by police.

He remains at the Sarasota County Jail. — Carlos R. Munoz (@ReadCarlos) August 2, 2020.

The woman tried to keep him from entering the business, but the man became more disruptive, and others tried to help remove him from the restaurant.

There were several children present at the restaurant at the time of the attack, according to employee David Dolby.

In 2005, he was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cocaine and alcohol for a person under 21. »

He's probably been in more movies than any actor in history

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"Well, you know, Chinese parents want you to do some professional jobs rather than be an actor," Hong says.

With more than 600 acting credits, James Hong might be one of the most prolific actors in Hollywood history.

"But something inside me, inside of James Hong, wants to keep on going and do more movies and progress ... »

TurboTax intentionally hides its free tax filing service from Google search results

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Intuit added code to the robots.txt file on its website that instructed Google to leave TurboTax Free File out of search results.

The Free File service came about as part of an agreement between the IRS and tax software companies, including Intuit and H&R Block.

ProPublica found that H&R Block similarly prevented Google from including its own truly free service in search results. »

I Think About When Barbara Kruger Dragged Supreme a Lot

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So did other entities whose logos Supreme used on hoodies and jackets, such as the NHL and the NCAA.

In May of 2013 — decades after Supreme started slinging T-shirts with a bootleg Kruger logo — Kruger made her opinion of Supreme known.

A rival clothing company run by young women was selling hypebeast parody items, beanies that said “Supreme Bitch” and the like. »