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The Unlikely Factor That Could Help Reduce Gun Violence in the United States

So, we turn to law enforcement and legislators. Yet, as we’ve experienced before, that route quickly turns into a tangle. There seems to be no gun-buying program, no gun feature, no gun, that we can agree to legislate. Quickly, almost reflexively, arguments give way to deadlock, and then to despair.

Read more at: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the-unlikely-factor-that-could-help-reduce-gun-violence_us_5a106876e4b0e30a95850761

‘Criminal Minds’ Recap: Could the Team Have Missed Tracking Down a Killer Ten Years Ago?

It’s a throwback to season 3 when the Criminal Minds team investigates the murders of women in Bridgewater, Florida. The crimes are reminiscent of psychotic, cannibal killer Floyd Feylinn Ferell, and the team must figure out if he’s back on the hunt or innocent of his old crimes. The case brings up a ten-year-old trauma for Garcia, which calls for a little bit of the Derek Morgan cure.

An Old Case Resurfaces

In Bridgewater, Florida a bunch of teenagers stop their car at a construction site because one of the girls has to use the bathroom. She heads into the restroom and sees earrings and keys on the floor. As she opens the stall, she finds the body of a woman with a pentagram carved on her chest. Oh, and the woman is missing her fingers and legs, too.

The BAU receives the case from Florida. The victim’s name is Rebecca Strong. The

Read more at: http://www.buddytv.com/articles/criminal-minds/criminal-minds-recap-66535.aspx

‘Criminal Minds’ Recap: Could the Team Have Missed Tracking …

It’s a throwback to season 3 when the Criminal Minds team investigates the murders of women in Bridgewater, Florida. The crimes are reminiscent of psychotic, cannibal killer Floyd Feylinn Ferell, and the team must figure out if he’s back on the hunt or innocent of his old crimes. The case brings up a ten-year-old trauma for Garcia, which calls for a little bit of the Derek Morgan cure.

An Old Case Resurfaces

In Bridgewater, Florida a bunch of teenagers stop their car at a construction site because one of the girls has to use the bathroom. She heads into the restroom and sees earrings and keys on the floor. As she opens the stall, she finds the body of a woman with a pentagram carved on her chest. Oh, and the woman is missing her fingers and legs, too.

The BAU receives the case from Florida. The victim’s name is Rebecca Strong. The

Read more at: http://www.buddytv.com/articles/criminal-minds/criminal-minds-recap-66535.aspx

‘Criminal Minds’ A Disappointment? New Poll Showing #NoHotchNoWatch Could Be Right [Opinion]

Criminal Minds is currently being voted the biggest disappointment on television, at least when voters were asked to choose between 11 television shows. Nearly 2,500 people have voted so far, and the poll is still open.

#NoHotchNoWatch has been expressing their disappointment with Criminal Minds for over a year. #NoHotchNoWatch is a group protesting the dismissal of Thomas Gibson. A new User Submitted Poll or USP on Spoiler TV seems to indicate #NoHotchNoWatch may not be the only ones disappointed with Criminal Minds. USP asked a pretty simple question.

“Which TV shows became the most disappointing to you?”

The choices were:

Criminal Minds
Once Upon A Time
The Big Bang Theory
Agents of SHIELD
Empire
NCIS
Elementary
The 100
Scorpion
The Simpsons
Code Black

The dubious winner by a decent margin was Criminal Minds with 26 percent of the votes. Perhaps #NoHotchNoWatch has

Read more at: https://www.inquisitr.com/opinion/4493477/criminal-minds-a-disappointment-new-poll-showing-nohotchnowatch-could-be-right/

Next Miss America could be pilot, governor, alpaca farmer

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — One wants to be the first female governor of North Dakota. One is a half-blind baton twirler who performed at a Super Bowl. Another wants to chase tornadoes.

One wants to run an alpaca farm, another is a former NFL cheerleader, yet another wants to sing the National Anthem at a Boston Red Sox game, and there is another who wants to be a criminal profiler for the FBI.

The 51 women vying to become the next Miss America have a wide range of interests, dreams and backgrounds, which they’ll be sharing with the nation this week in the run-up to Sunday’s nationally televised finale of the scholarship pageant.

“I really want to be a real-life Miss Congeniality,” Miss Nevada, Andrea Martinez, said. Unlike the movie in which FBI agent Sandra Bullock enters a national pageant to prevent a crime, Martinez is trying it in reverse order: Become Miss

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ATLANTIC CITY — One wants to be the first female governor of North Dakota. One is a half-blind baton twirler who performed at a Super Bowl. Another wants to chase tornadoes.

One wants to run an alpaca farm, another is a former NFL cheerleader, yet another wants to sing the National Anthem at a Boston Red Sox game, and there is another who wants to be a criminal profiler for the FBI.

More: Miss America: Things to know about AC pageant

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Next Miss America could be pilot, governor, alpaca farmer – Daily Mail

The 51 young women vying to become the next Miss America include an aspiring FBI profiler, an alpaca farmer and a half-blind baton twirler.  

The women are set to share their wide range of interests, dreams and backgrounds with the country in the lead up to Sunday’s nationally televised finale of the scholarship pageant.  

Miss Nevada, Andrea Martinez, delayed the start of her law enforcement career after she won her state title. She hopes to become a criminal profiler for the FBI.

‘I really want to be a real-life Miss Congeniality,’ she said. 

Miss Nevada, Andrea Martinez, delayed the start of her law enforcement career after she won her state title for Miss America. She hopes to become a criminal profiler for the FBInbsp;

Miss Nevada, Andrea Martinez, delayed the start of her law enforcement career after

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Next Miss America could be pilot, governor, alpaca farmer

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — One wants to be the first female governor of North Dakota. One is a half-blind baton twirler who performed at a Super Bowl. Another wants to chase tornadoes.

One wants to run an alpaca farm, another is a former NFL cheerleader, yet another wants to sing the National Anthem at a Boston Red Sox game, and there is another who wants to be a criminal profiler for the FBI.

The 51 women vying to become the next Miss America have a wide range of interests, dreams and backgrounds, which they’ll be sharing with the nation this week in the run-up to Sunday’s nationally televised finale of the scholarship pageant.

“I really want to be a real-life Miss Congeniality,” says Miss Nevada, Andrea Martinez. Unlike the movie in which FBI agent Sandra Bullock enters a national pageant to prevent a crime, Martinez is trying it in reverse order: Become

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — One wants to be the first female governor of North Dakota. One is a half-blind baton twirler who performed at a Super Bowl. Another wants to chase tornadoes.

One wants to run an alpaca farm, another is a former NFL cheerleader, yet another wants to sing the National Anthem at a Boston Red Sox game, and there is another who wants to be a criminal profiler for the FBI.

The 51 women vying to become the next Miss America have a wide range of interests, dreams and backgrounds, which they’ll be sharing with the nation this week in the run-up to Sunday’s nationally

Read more at: http://m.startribune.com/next-miss-america-could-be-pilot-governor-alpaca-farmer/442675163/?section=nation