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COPS GIVE HOMELESS MAN A MAKEOVER
Bobby had been “down on his luck” for a while and as a result, he hadn’t had a shower, a haircut, or a chance to do laundry lately. And when he ran into Officer Aaron Page with the Rome Police Department in upstate New York, he mentioned that he’d like to clean himself up. So Officer Page told him to come to the station the next day to make it happen.
When Bobby arrived, he got cleaned up, a bag of clothes that had been donated, and a new pair of red sneakers. His bushy beard and hair were matted and wild, so officers gave him a shave and a haircut, too.
The department posted before and after photos of Bobby’s “makeover” on their Facebook page and he looks happy with the results. “Through Officer Page, we were able to make that happen,” they write of their clean up efforts. “Bobby left looking like a whole new person and couldn’t thank us enough.”
Source: Inside Edition
So far, 100 have been let go, with whispers that more are on the horizon
There are many familiar faces that will no longer be seen on ESPN. The network today laid off 100 people. The list includes longtime NFL reporter Ed Werder, veteran baseball reporter Jayson Stark and NFL analyst Trent Dilfer.
They were among the anchors, reporters, analysts and production staffers let go. Also included were "SportsCenter" anchors Jaymee Sire, Chris Hassel, Jay Crawford, and basketball analyst Len Elmore, who's been with the network more than two decades.
Others getting pink slips include NHL columnist Scott Burnside, Tennessee Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky, college basketball reporter Dana O'Neil, and ESPNU anchor Brendan Fitzgerald. Even worse? Rumors that the cuts aren't done. We'll keep you posted.
- To see a running, updating list of those let go, CLICK HERE.
Source: Sports Illustrated
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