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"I laughed about it," McKelvin said. "I was, like, 'Are you serious?' The only time I've seen something like this is on TV. Then, after that, I was, like, man, they could be crazy!" Given the implications regarding his personal safety, he finally decided to call the police, and shortly thereafter a couple of local high school kids fessed up to the crime. A neighbor brought his lawn mower over and reduced the graffiti to clippings, and, as the city of Buffalo subjected itself to a week's worth of soul-searching, McKelvin moved on. He told reporters he didn't want to see any of the perpetrators' lives ruined over the thing. They ended up facing charges, but after an apology and some community service, McKelvin graciously chalked it up to a lesson learned. While it's a stretch to say there's a lesson in any of this - there are stupid people everywhere, I suppose - McKelvin's reaction to the whole thing does lend some context to the even keel he's displayed in the face of some intense (and legitimate) criticism of the Eagles' cornerback play. Since signing with the Eagles this offseason, the 31-year-old veteran has looked more or less like an aging version of the player he was in his eight years in Buffalo: not nearly the cornerback scouts thought he could be coming out of Troy, prone to moments of overaggression and lapses in technique, but a professional and a competitor who clearly has his defensive coordinator's faith. At this point, McKelvin's Eagles legacy seems destined to be little more than a name.
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Finding a purpose for a party that has achieved the very thing it was set up to achieve, getting the UK out of the European Union. Do so via an electoral system for council and Westminster seats, first past the post, which makes it mighty hard for small parties to breakthrough. Image copyright PA Image caption David Moyes struggled to fill the shoes of another big-name boss Oh, and leading a party with a penchant for volcanic eruptions of internal argument, with the odd dust up occasionally thrown in for good measure. His pitch for the future goes like this: the electoral honeypot is to be found in the urban north of England, the geographical epicentre of Labour's heartlands. Labour there is a political mega brand. But, then again, the argument goes, so was Woolworths once. After all, the Labour Party in Scotland was once an impregnable electoral colossus. Smashed, crushed and shrivelled, it isn't any more. "This is UKIP's time," Paul Nuttall said in his victory speech. Labour, he claimed, had "ceased to speak the language of working people." Image copyright AFP/Getty Image caption Nigel Farage has promised not to be a "backseat driver" Cue a flurry of tweets from jittery Labour MPs pointing out Mr Nuttall had once advocated privatising the NHS. UKIP's only MP, Douglas Carswell, buys into the Nuttall plan.
The show's creator now calls it home 2016-12-06T19:17:00.000Z Nostalgia overcame Full House creator Jeff Franklin last summer when he saw the Tanner familys San Francisco row house hit the market . Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties I just thought, I have to buy this house, Franklin told The Hollywood Reporter last week. Its great to have the house in our Full House family and be able to preserve it for the fans. Ed Doleski/Vanguard Properties A photo posted by Jodie Sweetin (@jodiesweetin) on Dec 2, 2016 at 3:20pm PST A photo posted by Jodie Sweetin (@jodiesweetin) on Dec 2, 2016 at 5:02pm PST More Home videos There are probably 250 fans per day that show up and take a picture in front of it, Franklin ธุรกิจเครือข่ายออนไลน์ said. Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties Ed Deleksi/Vanguard Properties Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties The red door will take a break, though, while the Victorian home undergoes construction for about six months. Ed Doleski/Vanguard Properties Everywhere you look, its original foundation from 1883 has earthquake issues so Franklin plans a seismic retrofit and other work. Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties Ed Deleksi/Vanguard Properties He chose the exterior of that home for Full House in the late 80s and paid like $500 for footage. We didnt need to go back there until several years later, but by that point the owner, I guess had become annoyed with fans coming by, and they werent in a cooperative mood. Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties No further photos were taken, so our audience has watched the same cars drive by that house now for 29 years, Franklin said. Ed Deleski/Vanguard Properties
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