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Stories from Thursday, October 6, 2011

Razing historic Broadway building for parking one option for new owner (10/06/11)
The recent sale of a 105-year-old building that sits in a downtown historic district on Broadway has put its future in doubt, though its new owners insist they have yet to decide the structure's fate. Trinity Lutheran Church bought the building at 501 Broadway -- perhaps best known for the large mural on its west wall -- about six weeks ago from Bob Cotner, whose family had owned it since 1919...
Corn yields in Missouri hurt by hot, dry weather (10/06/11)
The stress of a hot, dry summer shows in this year's corn crop. "The corn really suffered through the heat of July. July was a monster," said Gene Danekas, director of the Missouri office of the USDA's National Agricultural Statistical Service. Across the state about 44 percent of corn is considered to be in poor or very poor condition, according to the USDA's weekly crop progress report. Only 30 percent of Missouri corn is considered to be in good or excellent condition...
Derailment near Nash Road disrupts train traffic (10/06/11)
A train that derailed Wednesday near Nash Road caused disruptions in railway traffic.
Lawyer accused of misconduct has license suspended for year (10/06/11)
A Sikeston, Mo., lawyer accused of professional misconduct had her law license suspended Tuesday. In June, the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel, which investigates and prosecutes ethical breaches by lawyers, accused Lisa Dawn Coatney of making false or reckless statements of fact concerning the integrity of two judges, making two false statements of "fact to two tribunals with the intent to disrupt court proceedings," and making statements of intimidation...
Sikeston man killed in Scott County accident (10/06/11)
SIKESTON -- A Sikeston man was fatally injured Tuesday when his vehicle struck a ditch and overturned. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred at 8:02 p.m. in Scott County. Jose O. Bautista, 26, was traveling east at County Road 452 at County Road 460 when his vehicle ran off the roadway, struck a ditch and overturned,...
Cape man gets six years on drug charge (10/06/11)
A Cape Girardeau man was sentenced to six years in prison in Union County, Ill., for conspiring to manufacture methamphetamine. Caleb B. Marshall, 20, was arrested Aug. 15 in Anna, Ill., after obtaining pseudophedrine pills at several Anna retailers. He admitted to police that the pills were intended to be used in the production of methamphetamine in Missouri. Marshall will serve six years in prison...
Highway 51 reduced for shoulder repairs (10/06/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Highway 51 in Stoddard County will be reduced to one lane Monday through Thursday, while contractor crews add shoulders to the roadway. This section of road is from County Road 287 to County Road 254. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 7 a.m. ...
Highway 34 to be reduced for repairs (10/06/11)
Highway 34 in Cape Girardeau will be reduced to one lane Wednesday while Missouri Department of Transportation crews take core samples. This section of road is from Sprigg Street to the Illinois state line. Weather permitting, work will be done from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. For more information, contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636...
Mo. parents describe panic after baby disappeared (10/06/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The parents of a 10-month-old girl who was apparently snatched from her crib said Thursday that they frantically searched their Kansas City home for any sign of her but found only an open window, an unlocked front door and house lights blazing...
House rejects expiration of 2 big tax credits (10/06/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Missouri House has overwhelmingly rejected an attempt to end tax credits for the developers of low-income housing and historic buildings. House members defeated an amendment Thursday to an economic development bill that would have placed a July 2018 expiration date on the two programs. Instead, they adopted an amendment allowing lawmakers to consider a measure in 2016 that would prohibit the tax credits...
Mo. transportation agency saves $177M through cuts (10/06/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri transportation officials say the agency has saved $177 million so far as part of a five-year plan to cut costs on staff, equipment and facilities. Department of Transportation Director Kevin Keith says the agency has eliminated 667 staff positions so far -- slightly more than half the eventual target. Keith says the department also has closed 23 facilities and disposed of 245 pieces of equipment...
Court strikes down Missouri city's funeral protest ban (10/06/11)
ST. LOUIS -- A Missouri town cannot enforce an ordinance banning peaceful picketing outside of funerals, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district-court ruling in favor of members of Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., saying peaceful protests near funerals are protected by the First Amendment's right to free speech...
Mo. House panel advances business bill (10/06/11)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A pared-back version of a business incentive bill cleared a Missouri House committee Wednesday, paving the way for the full chamber to finally vote on a bill that has been at the heart of a monthlong special session. But the bill's advancement from the House Economic Development Committee did not come without controversy. ...
‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' to rebuild seven Joplin, Mo., houses (10/06/11)
JOPLIN, Mo. -- Hundreds of people turned out to rally for a plan to rebuild seven Joplin homes in seven days with the help of the television show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." The show plans to begin rebuilding the homes this month and will also involve reconstruction work at Cunningham Park. The Joplin Globe reported that 21 building contractors are taking part in the "big build." They have been meeting this week with subcontractors and materials suppliers to plan the work...
Missing Mo. baby's parents make tearful plea (10/06/11)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The parents of a missing 10-month-old Kansas City girl made a tearful plea for the child's safe return Wednesday, nearly two days after she disappeared, begging her abductor to drop her off someplace safe. Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, speaking to the media for the first time since their daughter Lisa went missing, asked the public to call police with even the smallest piece of information. ...
Southwest Mo. driver shot and killed by Greene County deputy (10/06/11)
REPUBLIC, Mo. -- A southwest Missouri sheriff's deputy is on administrative leave after fatally shooting a driver who authorities say tried to fire first. KOLR-TV reported the motorist was identified Wednesday as 46-year-old Tammy Robinette, of Mountain Grove...
Conservationists file suit to block proposed Canada-to-Texas pipeline (10/06/11)
OMAHA, Neb. -- U.S. officials illegally allowed a Canadian company to begin preparing the route for its proposed 1,700-mile-long oil pipeline from western Canada to Texas, even though the project hasn't gained final government approval, three conservationist groups contend in a lawsuit filed Wednesday...
Crowds eye 200-year-old sunken cannon in Detroit (10/06/11)
A large crowd photographs the last of five sunken cannons believed to be over 200 years old recovered from the Detroit River on Wednesday, Oct. ...
Senate Democrats add millionaire tax to Obama's jobs bill (10/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- Senate Democrats are rewriting portions of President Barack Obama's jobs bill to include a new 5 percent tax on income above $1 million -- a proposal that is sure to be blocked by Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Wednesday he is changing the plan to make sure the nation's wealthiest families pay their fair share, picking up on a theme the White House has promoted throughout this year's budget battles...
U.S. woman acquitted of murder in Italy has story to tell (10/06/11)
SEATTLE -- Even as she re-connects with family and freedom, Amanda Knox can plan how to tell her own story. The former American exchange student could get a book deal that easily reaches seven figures -- and help pay back her family the money they spent to overturn her murder conviction in the death of her roommate in Italy. Speaking fees could earn her $50,000. Plus there are the movie rights...
With GOP field set, Romney woos the unconvinced (10/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- With the Chris Christie and Sarah Palin teases over, Mitt Romney is telling Republican activists there's all the more reason to get excited about his presidential campaign. They will keep him waiting a bit longer, it seems. A handful of major GOP donors jumped into Romney's camp this week after Christie, the New Jersey governor, ruled out a candidacy. ...
Delaware mom denies trying to sell her newborn (10/06/11)
NEW CASTLE, Del. -- A Delaware woman charged with trying to sell her baby to a Philadelphia man for $15,000 denied the allegations Wednesday and said she loves her newborn son and wants to be with him. Bridget Wismer said the accusations against her and co-defendant John Gavaghan are the result of a big misunderstanding by authorities...
Pennsylvania, Nebraska Republicans want electoral vote changes (10/06/11)
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Republicans in Pennsylvania and Nebraska want to change the way their states award Electoral College votes, moves that could hinder President Barack Obama's re-election chances. Lawmakers in the Democratic-leaning battleground of Pennsylvania are weighing whether to give the presidential nominees one electoral vote for each congressional district they win, rather than giving all its votes to the candidate who wins the state's popular vote, like Obama did in 2008. ...
Risky pregnancy drug raised daughters' cancer odds (10/06/11)
A drug that millions of pregnant women took decades ago to prevent miscarriage and complications has put their daughters at higher risk for breast cancer and other health problems that are showing up now, a new federal study finds. Many of these daughters, now over 40, may not even know of their risk if their mothers never realized or told them they had used the drug, a synthetic estrogen called DES...
California SWAT teams search for gunman (10/06/11)
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- The search for an employee accused of killing three co-workers and injuring six others at a Northern California limestone quarry brought SWAT teams in armored vehicles to the normally quiet streets of Silicon Valley on Wednesday...
NYPD spied on city's Muslims (10/06/11)
NEW YORK -- The New York Police Department's intelligence squad secretly assigned an undercover officer to monitor a prominent Muslim leader even as he decried terrorism, cooperated with the police, dined with Mayor Michael Bloomberg and was the subject of a Pulitzer Prize-winning series by The New York Times about Muslims in America...
FAA's upgraded air traffic system hits serious turbulence (10/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- The government's program to modernize the nation's air traffic control system has run into serious problems that threaten to increase its cost and delay its completion, a government watchdog said. The Federal Aviation Administration's program to replace the current air traffic control system with a system based on satellite technology is being held back by software problems that have delayed full deployment of a critical flight tracking system, Transportation Department inspector general Calvin Scovel told a House hearing Wednesday.. ...
Suit to remove products from prisons angers pork industry (10/06/11)
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A decision by Ohio officials to remove all pork products from prison menus in response to a lawsuit by Muslim inmates is not sitting well with the state's pork producers and processors. Both promise action of their own, including a possible counter lawsuit, to address what they consider an unfair and illogical decision...
Apple says company co-founder Steve Jobs has died (10/06/11)
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, has died. He was 56. Apple announced his death without giving a specific cause...
Eastman Kodak trying to revive its fortunes (10/06/11)
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Buffeted by foreign competition, then blindsided by a digital revolution, photography icon Eastman Kodak Co. is fighting for survival after a quarter-century of failed efforts to find its focus. The 131-year-old company that turned picture-taking into a hobby for the masses and became synonymous with capturing memories has tried to bat down sudden talk of bankruptcy. ...
Stock market rises on hopes for European banks (10/06/11)
NEW YORK -- Stocks rose sharply for a second straight day Wednesday on signs that the U.S. economy grew in September and that European officials are moving to support the region's struggling banks. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 131 points. Most of the gain, 80 points, came in the last hour of trading...
Homeland Security secretary defends new immigration enforcement policy (10/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- Facing critics on all sides, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on Wednesday defended the Obama administration's new policy of deciding which illegal immigrants to send home first. The government is deporting record numbers of illegal immigrants, she said, but putting at the top of the line those who pose a public safety or national security threat. ...
Supreme Court justice: Judges ‘ain't what they used to be' (10/06/11)
WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia says the quality of federal judges has suffered because there are too many of them. Testifying before a Senate committee Wednesday, Scalia blamed Congress for making federal crimes out of too many routine drug cases. In turn, that created a need for more judges...
Politicians debate New York City chopper rules after fatal crash (10/06/11)
NEW YORK -- The fatal crash of a helicopter in the East River reignited a debate over whether to restrict flights as investigators on Wednesday studied weather reports and instruments looking for clues to the accident's cause. State and city legislators led by U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., said the crash underscored the danger of helicopter flights...
India announces $35 tablet for students and rural poor (10/06/11)
NEW DELHI -- India introduced an inexpensive tablet computer Wednesday, saying it would deliver modern technology to the countryside to help lift villagers out of poverty. The computer, called Aakash, or "sky" in Hindi, is the latest in a series of "world's cheapest" innovations in India that include a $2,040 compact Nano car, a $15 water purifier and $2,000 open-heart surgery...
Army defectors aim to overthrow Syrian president's regime (10/06/11)
BEIRUT -- A group of military defectors known as the Free Syrian Army is emerging as the first armed challenge to President Bashar Assad's authoritarian regime after seven months of largely nonviolent resistance. Riad al-Asaad, the group's leader and an air force colonel who recently fled to Turkey, boasted in an interview Wednesday that he now has more than 10,000 members and called on fellow soldiers to join him in overthrowing the "murderous" regime...
Israeli wins chemistry Nobel for quasicrystals (10/06/11)
STOCKHOLM -- Israeli scientist Dan Shechtman was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for a discovery that faced skepticism and mockery, even prompting his expulsion from his research team, before it won widespread acceptance as a fundamental breakthrough...
Defense secretary: U.S. military can't always afford to pay for NATO shortfalls (10/06/11)
BRUSSELS -- New U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned NATO allies Wednesday that they should not rest on any laurels from the success of the ongoing military campaign in Libya, and that a cash-strapped America cannot always foot the bill when the alliance falls short...
Dance of the sea goddess is performed in Taiwan (10/06/11)
Dancers participate in a celebration of Matsu, the Chinese goddess of the sea on Nangan Island in Taiwan's outlying Matsu Island chain, Wednesday, Oct. ...
Hundreds of Nazi probes reopened (10/06/11)
BERLIN -- In a final quest to bring Holocaust participants to justice, German authorities have reopened hundreds of dormant investigations of Nazi death camp guards -- men who are now so old that time has become the enemy for prosecutors hurrying to prepare cases...
Pressure builds in Chile as student leader negotiates (10/06/11)
SANTIAGO, Chile -- Camila Vallejo handles a microphone as if she were born with it, rallying huge demonstrations for education reform that only seem to grow bigger each time police turn up with tear gas and water cannons. Speaking at length without notes before tens of thousands of people, or holding her own with leading figures of Chile's political establishment, the 23-year-old geography student has become the public face of a movement that has repeatedly forced Chilean President Sebastian Pinera to make concessions.. ...
Spain will host U.S. ships for defense system (10/06/11)
BRUSSELS -- The Obama administration and the Spanish government have agreed to base Aegis Cruisers on Spain's coast as part of the anti-ballistic missile defense system to protect Europe against a potential Iranian nuclear threat, officials said Wednesday...
Jackson goal sparks Notre Dame boys soccer team's rally (10/06/11)
The Notre Dame boys soccer team scored two goals within a three-minute period to defeat Jackson 2-1 on Wednesday.
High school roundup: Three Notre Dame girls golfers qualify for state meet (10/06/11)
All the scores from Wednesday that were reported to the Southeast Missourian.
Jackson's King verbally commits to Southeast Missouri State women's basketball program (10/06/11)
Connor King had a chance to play in leagues rated much higher than the Ohio Valley Conference. The opportunity to compete close to home for a program she is very familiar with led King to Southeast Missouri State and the OVC.
Area digest 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
Brad Elfrink, Jeff Appleman, Keith Bruegger and Brent Holmes shot a 57 to win the championship flight of the seventh annual Joe Uhls golf tournament Friday at Bent Creek Golf Course. Zach Boroviak, Scott Barr, Steve Barr and Todd Harpstripe finished a stroke behind in second. The third-place team of Terry Farrow, Tim Pliemann, Dino Banksen and Joe Davidson also shot 58...
Missouri wanted Big Ten invite most (10/06/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Missouri is hoping to join the Southeastern Conference but would have preferred an offer from the Big Ten that never came, a university official said Wednesday. Missouri hoped to join the Big Ten last year, but the league instead chose Nebraska. The university official said the Big Ten remains Missouri's top choice but that conference "has no interest."...
Cardinals send series back to Philadelphia for Game 5 (10/06/11)
ST. LOUIS -- Big swings by a slumping hitter and clutch innings by a journeyman pitcher. The St. Louis Cardinals are looking very dangerous. As for the Philadelphia Phillies? Things have turned downright squirrelly. David Freese, who was shut down by the Phillies in the first three games, became a hometown star Wednesday night. ...
Bands come out for Jackson festival (10/06/11)
Jackson High School's annual band festival is a chance for schools large and small to show support for each other and perform music in motion, according to Tom Broussard, the school's band director. The festival has been held every year in Jackson since 1945. This year 12 bands from Southeast Missouri schools participated in the parade and the mass band performance exhibition held Tuesday evening...
8 questions to test your financial savvy (10/06/11)
Here are eight questions to test teens' understanding of some basic financial concepts, including developing a budget and building a strong credit history. 1. Which of the following would be beneficial in achieving financial security? A. Adhering to your financial plan only when you are in debt...
neXt up 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
"The Ides of March," rated R @ Cape West 14 Cine "Reel Steel," rated PG-13 @ Cape West 14 Cine "Ace Combat: Assault Horizon," PS3, Xbox 360 "Might & Magic Heroes VI," PC "Dead Rising 2: Off the Record," PS3, Xbox 360...
Who's next 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
Honors, achievements Scholarships -- From staff reports ...
Hooked on Science: Make Mexican jumping beans jump (10/06/11)
Children young and old have played with Mexican jumping beans for more than 60 years. You can learn more about these unique beans by using a heat lamp. n STEP 1: Place several of the Mexican jumping beans on a table. The Mexican jumping beans jump because there is a tiny caterpillar larva inside each seed pod. ...
Donald Merkley (10/06/11)
ANNA, Ill. -- Donald E. Merkley, 67, of Anna died Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011, at his home. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Rendleman and Hileman Funeral Home in Anna, and from noon until time of service Friday at Salem Lutheran Church in Jonesboro, Ill...
Edna Schwartz (10/06/11)
Edna E. Schwartz, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011, at the Lutheran Home. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
L.R. Burgfeld (10/06/11)
Lee Roy "L.R." Burgfeld, 81, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, at Southeast Hospital. He was born Oct. 17, 1929, in Tilsit, to Emil and Hettie Fulbright Burgfeld. He and Georgia Buelow were married March 19, 1950, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Cape Girardeau...
Bill Brune (10/06/11)
SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Clyde "Bill" Brune, 73, of Sedgewickville died Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011, at his home. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at the chapel of McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson, and from 10 a.m. Saturday until service time at Trinity Lutheran Church in Friedheim...
Keith Morie (10/06/11)
DE SOTO, Mo. -- Keith E. Morie, 52, of De Soto passed away Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at his home. He was the beloved husband of Mary E. Spoon Morie; dear father of Kyle (Amanda) and Karli Morie and Billie (Shawn) Kissell; dear grandfather of Lauren, Sarah and Molly Kissell, Lillian and Logan Morie; dear son of John and the late Ruby Morie; dear brother of Monica Cordray; dear son-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, nephew, cousin and friend...
Dr. Gary Miller (10/06/11)
Dr. Gary L. Miller, 65, of Cape Girardeau died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at Southeast Hospital. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Oct. 15 at First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Bill S. Vincent officiating. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall...
Betty Hutchison (10/06/11)
TAMMS, Ill. -- Betty Hutchison, 81, of East Peoria, Ill., formerly of Tamms, died Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011, at Riverview Nursing Home in East Peoria. She was born Sept. 13, 1930, in Elco, Ill., daughter of Loyie and Flossie Lessar West. She and David Hutchison were married Oct. 28, 1950, at the home of a sister, Reba and Jesse White. David preceded her in death Aug. 12, 2011...
Margaret Goza (10/06/11)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Lois Margaret Goza, 87, of Sikeston died Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011, at Sikeston Convalescent Center. She was born Nov. 7, 1923, in Marks, Miss., to the late John Scott and Mayne Juanita Lay Pratt. Living in both Scott and Stoddard counties, she was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Sikeston...
Births 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
Daughter to Aaron Race and Sarah Elizabeth Tolbert of Jackson, Saint Francis Medical Center, 2:53 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011. Name, Sophia Elizabeth. Weight, 5 pounds, 9 ounces. Mrs. Tolbert is the former Sarah Harris, daughter of Tim Harris of Jackson and Mary Harris of West Union, Iowa. Tolbert is the son of Mary Vomund of Jackson. He is employed with Manpower...
Cape Girardeau fire report 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Out of the past 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
Authorities in the Cape Girardeau area are breathing somewhat easier as the National Weather Service revises its flood crest forecast for the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau for a second time, calling for a lower crest; the service now says the river here will rise to 43.5 feet Friday, two feet under last week's prediction...
Arts celebration (10/06/11)
This year is the 50th anniversary for the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri. To help celebrate this significant milestone, the Arts Council will honor the 36 recipients of the Otto F. Dingeldein Award with a special exhibit highlighting the work of each at this month's First Friday reception...
Special Olympics support (10/06/11)
Just a note of sincere appreciation for the Southeast Missourian's support of the 2011 Special Olympics Outdoor State Championships. Your generous support both promoting and reporting events was truly appreciated. While the competition ended months ago, the memories of the friends, families, fans and athletes will continue to be celebrated...
Speak Out 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
I had the treat of taking a youth group to the dress rehearsal of "Into the Woods," and the play captivated parents and teens alike. It was an incredibly professional performance with the talented cast, fantastic sets and, of course, wonderful storylines. ...
Prayer 10/6/11 (10/06/11)
O Lord Jesus, may we boldly proclaim your holy name throughout all the earth. Amen.
Hall of Fame reflects rich Cape Central heritage (10/06/11)
Cape Central High School inducted four individuals and one team into the school's Hall of Fame on Sept. 24. The inductees were recognized at halftime at the new Tiger Stadium during the Sept 23 football game with North County, which the Tigers won 44-7. ...
Perryville Farm & Forest Rally Race (10/06/11)
The premier United States rally series is coming to Perry County Missouri on Saturday, October 29th. The inaugural 2011 Perryville Farm and Forest Rally stands as the second event on the Rally America central region championship calendar. Top drivers in several classes of competition vehicles will come from across the U.S. to compete...
family time (10/06/11)
erica,kacey.malerie and there bunny oreo.....
4-H State Shooting Sports Competition (10/06/11)
In photo left to right: Kinsey Pratt, Karli Pratt, Allison Seiler and Hannah Duenne. Four Scott County 4-H young ladies competed in the State Air Rifle and .22 Rifle contest near Columbia on September 17th. In Junior Pellet, Allison Seiler received a Blue ribbon and Karli Pratt a White ribbon. ...
Just Relaxing (10/06/11)
A Leopard sleeping in the sun at the St.louis Zoo
Hyena See You (10/06/11)
A Hyena looking at me and my brother we had hot dogs!
Peguin Smile (10/06/11)
A Penguin at the St.louis ZOO posing for camera!
Signing Toy (10/06/11)
WWE SuperStar and my best friend from Jr High and High School Randy Orton signing a toy of mine from 2003 of him at St.Louis Mills Mall in Hazelwood, MO on Monday Sept 26th 2011
Hey Crowd (10/06/11)
WWE Announcer Booker T saying Hi to the WWE Universe Crowd at Friday Night Smackdown at the Scottrade Center in St.Louis,MO on Tuesday Sept 27th 2011
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