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A Chicago judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a woman fighting $105,000 in parking fines by blaming an ex-boyfriend for abandoning a car registered to her. Jennifer Fitzgerald's lawsuit against the city of Chicago and her ex-boyfriend, Brandon Preveau, alleges the $105,000 in unpaid parking tickets were a result of Preveau -- Fitzgerald said she could not retrieve the car from the lot because she does not have access to the employee lot at O'Hare and Preveau was the only one who had keys for the vehicle.
People who are drunk and anxious are most likely to be emotionally connected to Facebook, according to new research. A doctoral student has also discovered that people who use marijuana are less likely to be emotionally connected to the social networking site. Russell Clayton, from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, wanted to discover how involved Facebook’s one billion users become in the site. Heavy drinkers and people who are very anxious are most likely to be emotionally connected to Facebook.
The “voice of Charlie Brown,” 56-year-old Peter Robbins, has pled guilty to charges of stalking and making criminal threats in a San Diego, California court. Robbins has voiced Charlie Brown for decades, but the man who supplied the vocals for the beloved Peanuts character faces serious consequences after his January arrest. The charges stem from an alleged pattern of harassment aimed at former girlfriend Shawna Kern as well as a cosmetic surgeon who performed a procedure on Kern for which Robbins paid.