Hour 1 – DJ Dan Maggs Bruchez – Right On (DJ Mes Town Business remix) Mike Balance – Dig This Jesse Rose, Thee Mike B – Shuffle The Paper Rescue & DJ Mes – How We Do Peter Brown, Kevin Prise – Higher N Higher DJ Dan, DJ Mes – I Got It Kava Groove, Tom Forester – We Ain’t Nobody Piatto, Luigi Rocca – Cosmic Girl DJ Wady, Tony Verdu – Claps Up You Dancing Matthew Codek – Bad Boy Bias, Alex Gomez – Slow Movement Ruzhynski – Come On Jay Lumen – Spin Like Fire Jay Lumen – Beat Drops Belocca, Collective Machine – Bug In Plug In (Belocca’s Garage) Piatto – Work That John Acquaviva, Simon Doty – Say What Ant Brooks – System Rene Amesz, Jasper Clash – Phatty Tetchy – Just Bring It Olivier Giacomotto, Simon Doty – Wake Up Olivier Giacomotto – Jilik
Hour 2 – Anthony Shah Watching You (Marco Lys Remix) – LPR Something Funky (Original Mis) – Jerome Robins Nobody Else (Original Mis) – Dusky Speed Up (No Hopes Unofficial Remix) – Funkerman Tattoo Girl (Original Mix) – Ferreck Dawn & Redondo Humanizer (Original Mix) – Dj Anna Wearing All stars in Brooklyn (Anthony Shah Edit) – Tradelove vs. Groovebox Caliente (Sonny Fodera Remix) – Electric Soulside BAboom (Disco Jack Remix) – Tom De Neef & MC Shurakano Let Love Decide Feat Roland Clark (Wehbba Remix) – Roland Clark & X- Press 2
MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) – Sun, sand, music and heightened security pretty much sums up Memorial Day Weekend on South Beach. The Miami Beach Police Department is currently preparing for the annual holiday weekend party, commonly referred to as Urban Beach Week, by beefing up security as much as possible.
“Prevention is key,” said Detective Vivian Hernandez. Prevention takes a lot of planning, which started not long after last year’s festivities ended. Cameras, both mobile and stationary, have been installed throughout the city. Ready to be deployed throughout the city of Miami Beach are a total of 62 light towers, twelve visual messaging boards and three watch towers. Roughly 400 officers per shift from multiple agencies will pack the streets of Miami Beach.
In addition to extra bikes and ATVs, the Police Department has a new vehicle on loan referred to as an LTV. CBS 4 News had the exclusive first look at this 140-thousand dollar light tactical all-terrain vehicle, similar to the ones used in the military.
“This is the only one of its kind,” an officer explained to CBS 4′s Lauren Pastrana. “There’s no other vehicle like this on the market at this time.”
But instead of war zones overseas, cops will use it to protect the city of Miami Beach, as well as its residents and visitors. “A dark beach at night, I would compare it to a dark alley in a big city,” said the officer. The camera uses infrared technology to detect heat signatures on the beach, so even in the dead of night, officers can see people on a small screen mounted inside the vehicle. “We could easily pick up a heat signature on this camera close to 3/4 of a mile away,” the officer explained. In a tech truck about a mile from the heart of the action, another network of surveillance cameras can be viewed on one giant screen.
Eighteen cameras placed throughout the city, in partnership with the Miami-Dade Police Department, will help alert officers if trouble occurs. “When a crowd develops, people watching those cameras can let the officers know, ‘Hey, please respond to that area. Make sure everybody is safe. Make sure nothing is developing or becoming a problem’.” The goal is to avoid chaos, like the incident that occurred two years ago when officers shot and killed a man they claim was driving erratically on Collins Avenue, by preventing it. The family of the driver, Raymond Herisse, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the police department.
In 2012, cops called the holiday weekend’s event a big success, and are hoping to build-on those improvements in 2013. “We take every year into account to make the next year a lot better,” Det. Hernandez said. Police will use license plate readers on the causeways to quickly scan for stolen vehicles or owners with outstanding felony warrants.
In addition, a massive DUI checkpoint is planned for the MacArthur Causeway heading into the beach on Friday night. Also, Ocean Drive will be closed to vehicle traffic and a traffic loop will be in effect between Collins Ave. and Washington Ave.
(Gawker) – Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis has gone wild and it’s way better than a bath full of bouncing, barely (or not-at-all) legal coeds. On May 7, the day after he was found guilty of false imprisonment (three counts), assault causing great bodily injury (one count), and dissuading a witness from reporting (one count), The Hollywood Reporter nabbed an exclusive interview with the supreme douche, who was highly emotional and, as revealed later in the ensuing profile, drunk.
Girls Gone Wild Creator Found Guilty of Falsely Imprisoning Women
Joe Francis, founder of the now-bankrupt Girls Gone Wild franchise, was convicted yesterday of falsely imprisoning three women and severely… Read…
Before anything, watch his message to the jurors who convicted him, please. Seriously, whatever you are doing, watch this now. I don’t care if you are crowning with the first of two twins or the second of two twins or bleeding out of your eyes and/or dick (which is smaller than Joe Francis’ if you dislike him, but more on that in a second). Just watch this:
In case you didn’t, here is what Francis says:
“Just to convict people because you’re jealous of them is retarded. And you’re a retarded jury and you should be shot dead. You should. If they had the death penalty for juries, you should be shot. Dead. By a firing squad.”
Within the text, he elaborates on his notions of other people’s jealousy:
“I have private jets, I have a great life, I’m a good-looking guy. I’m not conceited, but like — look, I have girls around me all the time, whatever I want. I make a lot of money. It’s a great life. If I wasn’t me, I’d fucking hate me.”
He also describes his feelings on jurors in general — they are stupid until proven on his side:
“The problem with the jury system is that anyone who’s not smart enough to come with an excuse to get out of jury duty doesn’t get out. Only the stupidest of the stupidest people end up on juries, you know? I’ve never met a smart person who’s done jury duty.”
Also! His critics are his critics because they have small dicks and he doesn’t.
“You know why I’ve been criticized, why I’ve been brutalized?” he says. “Anybody who criticizes me, anybody who — it’s just a jealous guy. Everybody who says, ‘Oh, Joe Francis is this’ — look at their penis and tell me if it’s small. Tell me!”
And how about the size of his own, um, manhood? He laughs gleefully. “It’s been widely reported my penis is huge, but look, I have nothing to prove” — upon which he tries to do just that, tussling with his rather sweet girlfriend and urging her to tell me about his assets. She wriggles away, mortified.
“Tell him!” he laughs.
“No way!” she yells, vanishing into the kitchen.
He also lies about being placed on death row in Panama City, Fla., in 2007, when he was thrown in jail for contempt of court in the case involving his cameramen filming two 17-year-old girls. “They ended up moving me to death row,” he lies. “They held him in a wing of that jail that had the most dangerous criminals, potentially headed for death row,” one of his eight lawyers clarifies.
He says he is a “sophisticated, classy” guy, who did “a nice thing” for the women he was just convicted of falsely imprisoning:
“It just proves that any celebrity in Hollywood should never give a ride home to any girls. I mean, there were 20 people in the afterparty. They [say they] got their head slammed on a tile floor and they were imprisoned here for hours. They said it was here on the tile floor. I don’t see any tile right here. Now you’ve been here for hours. Have you been imprisoned?”
Really, all four pages of the article are tremendous. It’s like reading three seasons of a reality show, in which a hateful dickhead dies an agonizing death. Writer Stephen Galloway hedges momentarily, assuring us that Francis is “generous, trusting, warm and eager to please” (“I’m a nice guy!” says Francis, lover of the word “retarded,” hater of jurors and of “monster, piece-of-shit asshole” Steve Wynn), but the story’s kicker is world-class shade. I’m not even going to spoil it for you.
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