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Gather near, all, for I will tell you of the Time of the Kring, which began in peace and harmony with hot brothers, awesome cheerleaders, funny comic book geeks, sexy moms and a hot scientist in 2006, added a mysterious serial killer not long after, spun wonderful yarns and got people thinking and talking and then decided that backstories were irrelevant, future AUs were stupid, and the brothers couldn’t kiss each other after thinking the other was dead.
Tim Kring gave me stories, introduced me to characters, and threw it all out for no logical or illogical reason, without any glimmer of consistency or real interpersonal interaction.
I was in Hall H on that day in July of 2009 when we saw the start of Season Three and it was wonderful. Then, he betrayed us, and I will probably never fully trust a showrunner again.
A man whom police are hailing as a hero in Wednesday’s deadly shooting at a Seattle’s cafe braved gunfire to hurl barstools at the suspect. Identified by police only as “Lawrence,” the man says he didn’t hesitate to put his life in danger, emboldened by the memory of his brother ….
Lawrence’s actions allowed three customers to escape, according to police. Four others died when Ian L. Stawicki, 40, allegedly unleashed a barrage of bullets inside Café Racer, a University District joint popular with music fans and artists. Two of the men killed were folk musicians and best friends; an aspiring actress and an urban planner also died. Half an hour after the slayings, a mother of two was shot and killed downtown. Police believe Stawicki was responsible for both shootings; the mentally ill man fatally shot himself Wednesday afternoon as police cornered him in West Seattle.
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