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Internet reacts to Maya Angelou's death
American author and poet Maya Angelou has died. She was 86. She was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for her 1971 poetry collection Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Die.
@sesamestreet: "We're saddened by the passing of our friend Maya Angelou. Thank you for all you've done, and for all the hugs."
@jk_rowling: "If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be." Maya Angelou - who was utterly amazing.
@NancyPelosi: "Just like hopes springing high, Still I'll rise."—Maya Angelou, a truly phenomenal woman whose words will serve to lift our souls forever.
According to WGHP in Winston-Salem, NC, Mayor Allen Joines confirmed that Angelou was found deceased by her caretaker Wednesday morning.
Angelou's death follows recent cancellations of public appearances due to failing health.
'Ross Gellar' a.k.a. David Schwimmer helps cops solve stabbing
The one where "Ross" invites police into his New York City townhouse to help investigate a stabbing.
But really -- this happened.
"Friends" star David Schwimmer let investigators into his home to view surveillance video of an early-morning drunken fight involving three men in the adjacent apartment building, the New York Post reports.
The fight happened in a first-floor apartment in a building that adjoins the actor's home. Police said the brawl spilled into the hallway before the men smashed through a glass lobby door.
Officers said one of the men was taken to a nearby hospital for stab wounds to the face, the second ran off and a third person was arrested.
Only having two accounts of what happened, officers noticed Schwimmer's security camera.
Serial 'tickler' breaking into Boston College students' homes
Police said a man has reportedly been breaking into the homes of students who live near Boston College and watching them sleep and tickling their feet.
According to Boston.com, there have been at least 10 sightings of the so-called "tickler." Authorities said at least three students reported having encountered him on the same night, April 7.
One of the alleged victims said he had an encounter with the suspect, described as a 5 foot, 8 inch black male of unknown age in dark clothing and a hoodie.
"I thought my roommate had fallen down the steps," Teddy Raddell, a BC junior, told Boston.com. "But then he started yelling. I got up and he said that he had woken up to someone touching his feet."
Some reported that the man watched them through their windows as he committed a sex act.
However, authorities said there is no hard evidence in the cases. The person hasn't stolen any valuables, and there are no photos or video of the alleged tickler.
Police have encouraged area students to lock their doors.
50 Cent throws a pretty bad first pitch
Rapper 50 cent threw the first pitch during Tuesday's Pirates-Mets game in New York. And it's quite possibly one of the worst.
It didn't seem to bother him, though. 50 Cent was spotted laughing and posing for pictures afterwards. He also posted a video on Instagram saying he's a "hustler" and not a baseball player.
On your phone? Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YN8WRNkrYLI
This cat is better than you at Jenga
Jenga is a game of physical and mental skill, especially as it gets progressively taller and less stable.
Moe the cat, however, has a steady paw and a feline determination.
And after no possible safe moves left, he takes his next logical course of action.
Mobile users watch "Jenga Cat" dominate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOyZojbYUEA&feature=youtube_gdata
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