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    Dear Amy: Recently, I was in a car accident involving a young man who tried to commit suicide by jumping into my car’s path. Amy Dickinson  My 2-year-old was in the car with me but (thankfully) doesn’t seem to have noticed when I hit the man. The man survived. I found out (through the police who arrived on the scene) that he had jumped into another car’s path a few minutes before. I was simply the next car to come along. The man admitted to both the paramedics and the police that he jumped in front of my car with the intent of killing himself. Several officers tried to reassure me that I wasn’t in trouble and that I did nothing wrong. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: What she broke costs half her paycheck. Should I bill her for it anyway? Advice | Ask Amy: I am good, my ex is bad. Why won’t my daughter take my side? Advice | Ask Amy: Grandmother interferes with our rules for our child ...
    Valerie Biden Owens described her brother Joe Biden as 'incandescent' with rage and grief after his wife Neilia and their daughter Amy were killed in a car crash in 1972.  In her forthcoming memoir, 'Growing Up Biden,' the president's sister writes about the car accident and its aftermath, as revealed in a excerpt published by Axios on Thursday. 'Joe's suffering and anger radiated outward from him like a heat signature. His rage was incandescent, horrible, and I could tell that he was nearly breaking under its weight,' she writes. She adds he showed his sons Beau and Hunter that 'Daddy would make things all right' but that 'just beneath the surface, though, he was howling in pain.'  Owens, 76, has a close relationship with her brother. Since she was 25 years old she has managed his seven Senate campaigns and two presidential bids.  She is one of Biden's closest confidents and married his law school friend John Owens. The couple has three children. Many expected Valerie Biden Owens to play a formal role in the Biden White House but instead she...
    More On: will arnett Will Arnett and girlfriend Alessandra Brawn welcome first child together Will Arnett uses his ‘Batman voice’ to make his kids listen Will Arnett’s backup career would be ice-cream man Taxi carrying ‘Arrested Development’ stars gets into Midtown fender-bender The “excruciating” pain of Will Arnett’s split from Amy Poehler caused him to break down in tears on his way to set at the time. “Just brutal, brutal, brutal,” Arnett, 51, told The Guardian of his separation from Poehler, 50, which took place just as the actor was filming the Season 4 of “Arrested Development.” “I was driving to the set one day and I pulled over to the side of the road and cried for an hour.”  The comedy staples wed in 2003, but announced their separation in 2012 after nine years of marriage. They share sons Archie, 13, and Abel, 11. “People talk about you like they know you and they talk about your relationship as if they know what’s going on,” Arnett added as he discussed breaking up in the public eye. “So...
    Dear Amy: My best friend’s mother can no longer drive, so they were selling her car. Amy Dickinson  I asked her how much they were asking for the car. The reply: “For you, $500.” I said, “Consider it sold. I will buy it for my daughter.” I called my daughter to go over and test drive it. She did and took the VIN number so she could get the insurance on the car before she picked it up. My friend asked her to come get the car on Friday. However, my daughter got very sick on Friday and went to the doctor. She was in terrible pain and went back to the doctor on Saturday. The doctor thinks she has kidney stones. I got a text Saturday from my friend saying she hadn’t heard from my daughter. I explained that she was very sick. I asked if it could wait until next week and she said, “Sure.” On Sunday morning, my friend texted me that she still hadn’t heard from her. My daughter was moving and had to be out of...
    Dear Amy: I have known “Stacy” since junior high school; we are now in our early 60s. Amy Dickinson  Whenever Stacy and I would meet up at a restaurant, I would always volunteer to drive to her city to make it easier for her, because she and her husband share a car (and he needs it to get to work). I have been doing this for 14 years. I was laid off from my job, and, since my car is old, in February 2020 I told Stacy that I was “babying my car to make it last longer.” In early March 2020, I suggested we meet for breakfast in my town (about 18 miles from her). She responded with “Well, we are babying our car, so …” Related Articles Ask Amy: I want to refuse these tasks but it would make my husband look bad Ask Amy: She says I can’t visit her because of my son Ask Amy: After her pre-wedding antics, I don’t think she deserves a second chance Ask...
    Dear Amy: We love our little electric-powered car. It has just enough range to get us from our home to Cape Cod — but not back again — without recharging. Amy Dickinson  We rented a house for vacation and I felt like I was being sneaky, snaking an extension cord to charge the car from the house. My question is, should I feel bad? Should the host expect that guests will use a certain amount of electricity? I wouldn’t ask the house’s owner to pay for a tank of gas, but there also isn’t another convenient way to charge our car for the trip home. What are your thoughts? Jack Related Articles Ask Amy: He went all out at a fancy restaurant he couldn’t afford Ask Amy: I can’t stand her constant input on my marriage Ask Amy: She doesn’t want to hear that she’s waddling toward an early grave Ask Amy: The things he says about my best friend make me suspicious Ask Amy: How can I separate my love...
    A WOMAN convicted of making a bogus Domino's pizza delivery call to lure an Army veteran to her death has been sentenced to life in prison. Erica Stefanko, 38, was issued the sentence during a court hearing in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday afternoon for the role she played in the 2012 slaying of 25-year-old Ashley Biggs. 5Erica Stefanko, 38, was sentenced to life in prison on TuesdayCredit: Court TV 5She was convicted of murder and aggravated murder in the 2012 slaying of Army vet and pizza delivery driver Ashley BiggsCredit: WOIO At the time of her death Biggs, who was working as a Domino's delivery driver, was embroiled in a bitter custody dispute with her ex and Stefanko's then-husband, Chad Cobb. At the request of Cobb, Stefanko made a bogus pizza order under an alias and lured Biggs to a closed business in New Franklin, on June 20, 2012. Cobb then ambushed Biggs, the mother of his seven-year-old daughter, in the parking lot outside the business, where he assaulted her and then strangled her to death....
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for 30 years, and he has always put gas in my car and taken care of the maintenance, even when we each had a car. Amy Dickinson  I am grateful and have always said thank you for every tank of gas and every maintenance and repair! Two years ago, his car was totaled and he didn’t replace it. Shortly after that, he had an acute medical condition that restricted him from driving, so I drove him around for six months. My vehicle was already 15 years old by then and I was no longer able to make long-distance trips in it! I purchased another vehicle, and my husband drove my old car around town until it gave up the ghost. Now he won’t buy a vehicle for himself to drive around town. He uses mine without asking ahead of time, and I have to leave one of my weekly church services early in order to get him to his church service on time. Related Articles Ask Amy: I asked...
    Dear Amy: My daughter and her family (husband and children ages 13, 15 and 20) will be visiting this summer. Our oldest grandchild is bringing her boyfriend; both are college students. Amy Dickinson  My daughter has asked me if it’s OK for the 20-year-old and her boyfriend to smoke pot freely at my home — or, in her words, “Will they have to sneak around?” I am flabbergasted that they think this is acceptable behavior around the younger kids. Apparently both college students have medical marijuana cards for some made-up medical condition, so that makes everything OK. Even though the family is renting a car at the airport, my daughter has asked if my granddaughter and her boyfriend can use my car while they are here in order to have “couple time.” I’m thrilled to think they will be driving my car stoned! My daughter and I have had some terse words. She is defending her daughter’s choices, while I have expressed my desire that they abstain from this habit for a week. Related Articles Ask Amy: I...
    I walked up the steps of the house in Camden Square, North London, put my key in the door and stepped inside. Andrew, one of Amy Winehouse’s security guys, was in the hallway on the phone. He gestured to me to stay where I was. It had been two days since I’d walked out. Amy and I had been best mates since she was 12 and I was 13. Camden Square was the latest of countless homes we’d lived in together since Amy was 18. After years of trauma, of trying to save Amy, I was running out of ideas, too. (Pictured, Amy Winehouse in Concert, Belgrade, Serbia) All Amy ever wanted was normality. She always used to say: ‘Fame is like terminal cancer – I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.’ (Pictured, Amy Winehouse and Tyler James in Mustique at Basil's Bar) I was the only friend she had left by then, the only person around her all the time who wasn’t paid to be around her. Everyone else in her life had bailed out. However much they loved...
    CHARGES have been dropped against "Central Park Karen" Amy Cooper who called the cops on a black birdwatcher. The decision to alleviate some of the actions against the infamous dog walker was made at Manhattan Criminal Court on Tuesday. 1One count of filing a false report has been droppedCredit: AP:Associated Press Prosecutors asked the judge to dismiss one count of filing a false report, which they did. Attorney Joan Illuzzi-Orbon said that Cooper's therapist confirmed that their five sessions together were a "moving experience" and that she "learned a lot." In a statement posted to Twitter this morning, attorney Robert Barnes said: "After a thorough & honest inquiry, the New York DA's office dismissed all charges today against #AmyCooper. "We thank them for their integrity & concur w/ the outcome. Others rushed to the wrong conclusion based on inadequate investigation & they may yet face legal consequences." Most read in NewsWHERE’S MY MONEY?Biden blasted over $1,400 stimulus delay after promising to send $2KKILLER TORNADOThree dead and 10 hurt in huge tornado 'something unlike ever seen before'ExclusiveHELLHOLESInside basement torture dungeons...
    Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for over 30 years. We hardly ever fight, except for when he is driving. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  I have a fear of riding in a car with him on a busy highway. Whenever we travel together for very long, I am usually such a wreck, I want to cry. Is it too much to ask that he just ease up a little bit? What does it hurt to only go 10 miles over the speed limit, instead of his customary 15 mph over? All I ask is that he widen the gap a little between us and the car in front of us. Right now, he is pouting and going 10 miles below the speed limit in the right-hand lane and not speaking to me. Honestly, it’s the first time traveling that I feel calm. Am I being unreasonable? Anxious Wife Dear Wife: Your husband should appreciate the fact that you value your life, his life, and the lives of other drivers and passengers. Related Articles ...
    Several left-wing feminists failed to rally around Judge Amy Coney Barrett as her confirmation hearings kicked off, mocking her and belittling her status as a mother of seven children. Feminist author Lauren Hough unleashed a slew of attacks on Barrett on Monday, remarking, “It’s a very weird thing to watch these old creeps congratulate a handmaid on her clown car vagina.” “You can tell a lot about how a judge will rule by her fertility so I’m glad she’s already proven hers because the cervix check really shouldn’t be done live,” she mocked, adding, “But I’m excited for her to share her casserole recipe and some stain-removal tips”: You can tell a lot about how a judge will rule by her fertility so I’m glad she’s already proven hers because the cervix check really shouldn’t be done live. But I’m excited for her to share her casserole recipe and some stain-removal tips. — Lauren Hough (@laurenthehough) October 12, 2020 She continued belittling Barrett’s status as a mother on Tuesday, sarcastically asking, “Does anyone know if Amy Coney Barrett has kids or...
    Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany sparred, withdrew, advanced, and attacked in a contentious briefing with reporters on Thursday as the White House ramps up its defense strategy six weeks away from the election. McEnany bickered repeatedly with the press in her 25 minute briefing. The topics included a river where President Donald Trump claimed absentee ballots were found and about his comments on white supremacists.  And, in a rare backstep for the press secretary, she also apologized for making a mistake about Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett's academic record.   The back-and-forths from McEnany were reminiscent of President Donald Trump's posture at Tuesday's presidential debate, when he repeatedly interrupted and talked over his Democratic rival Joe Biden.   McEnany acknowledged the parallels as tension rose in the room as she deflected questions on several controversies involving the president and reporters kept asking them. People talked over one another. McEnany attempted to regain order. The atmosphere grew chilly as the briefing ticked on. Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany sparred, withdrew, advanced, and attacked in a contentious briefing with reporters on Thursday Fox...
    Dear Amy: Recently my daughter-in-law asked my wife to drive her and her two little kids to the airport (100 miles away) using our car. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Mind you, the daughter-in-law has a brand-new $50,000 SUV, but wanted my wife to drive our car to the airport. This would leave me without a car to drive in case I needed it. The daughter-in-law didn’t offer to let me use her car while my wife was doing this favor for her. So I took off in our car the morning of the trip to go shopping and do some errands. I told my wife to drive the daughter-in-law’s car, as it is newer, safer, and with all the newest gadgets for safety for the kids, etc. Related Articles Ask Amy: I don’t know how to deal with my son’s degrading behavior Ask Amy: Here’s why I was accused of hitting on this woman Ask Amy: We were embarrassed at his big birthday party. Now he’s having another. Ask Amy:...
    Dear Amy: I have a close friend who lives in another state. She doesn’t believe the pandemic is very bad, and though she does wear a mask when going out, she doesn’t take any other precautions and lives her life as normal. She believes that everyone should try to get sick in order to get “herd immunity.” Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  Now my friend wants to come to this area to visit. I told her upfront that my husband and I are not allowing people into our house at this time, and that we could meet outside somewhere. That ruffled her feathers a little, but I think she agreed to that. Then, she wanted to know if I could pick her up at the airport and drive her 30 to 40 miles so she could stay with a relative. She made a snide comment about, “Or do you not want me in your car, either?” Related Articles Ask Amy: Should I tell my boyfriend’s parents I really need $5,000? Ask Amy: What’s the etiquette...
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