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Ladrones de restaurantes atrapados después de dejar rastro de ensalada de macarrones

Ladrones de restaurantes atrapados después de dejar rastro de ensalada de macarrones

Debe haber sido una ensalada de macarrones increíblemente deliciosa.

Tres hombres que asaltaron un restaurante en el condado de Livingston, Nueva York, el domingo fueron localizados rápidamente por la policía porque dejaron, entre otras cosas, un rastro de ensalada de macarrones a su paso.

El trío, James Marullo, Matthew Sapetko y Timothy Walker Jr., irrumpieron en el restaurante Build-A-Burger arrojando una piedra a través de la puerta de vidrio. Los ladrones también eliminaron el sistema de vigilancia del restaurante, pero no lograron limpiar sus propias pruebas.

Cuando los agentes llegaron a la escena el domingo por la mañana, descubrieron "partes de la caja registradora, partes del sistema de vigilancia, guantes de goma, cambio suelto y un rastro constante de ensalada de macarrones" que conducía desde el restaurante hasta el sendero boscoso detrás del restaurante, según el Oficina del Sheriff del condado de Livingston.

"Más tarde se descubrió que los sospechosos robaron un gran plato de ensalada de macarrones, que se turnaron para comer a lo largo de su ruta de escape".

A primeras horas de la tarde, los tres sospechosos estaban bajo custodia y acusados ​​de robo, travesuras criminales y hurto mayor.


Relámpago rellena el espacio en blanco

Ahora es el momento de pasar a nuestro juego final, Lightning Fill In The Blank. Cada uno de nuestros jugadores tendrá 60 segundos para responder tantas preguntas para completar en blanco como pueda. Cada respuesta correcta ahora dos puntos. Bill, ¿puedes darnos las puntuaciones?

BILL KURTIS, BYLINE: Puedo. Gabe tiene cuatro, Luke dos y Paula uno.

PAULA POUNDSTONE: Aquí es cuando realmente cobro vida.

SAGAL: Está bien, Paula. Estás en tercer lugar.

SAGAL: Entonces tú te levantas primero. El reloj comenzará cuando empiece su primera pregunta.

SAGAL: Complete el espacio en blanco. Según los investigadores, el tren de Amtrak que descarriló en blanco esta semana viajaba al doble del límite de velocidad recomendado.

SAGAL: Esta semana, "Mujeres de Argel", una pintura en blanco, batió récords cuando se vendió por más de $ 179 millones.

POUNDSTONE: En mis Cielos, no lo sé. Quizás Picasso.

SAGAL: De hecho, Picasso. Bien hecho.

SAGAL: El martes marcó el comienzo de una tregua de cinco días entre los rebeldes respaldados por Irán y el gobierno de Blank.

SAGAL: En una publicación oficial en la página de Facebook del departamento, la fuerza policial de North Adams, Massachusetts, aconsejó a sus ciudadanos que no se quedaran en blanco.

POUNDSTONE: No correr delante de los coches.

SAGAL: No, no emborracharse y perseguir osos con un hacha desafilada, lo que hizo uno de los vecinos.

SAGAL: La semana pasada, San Francisco se convirtió en la primera ciudad en prohibir el uso de espacios en blanco en sus instalaciones deportivas.

PIEDRA MÁQUINA: Botellas de plástico.

SAGAL: No. Tabaco de mascar. Debido a una disputa contractual, Harry Shearer anunció que pondría fin a su carrera de 26 años proporcionando voces en blanco.

POUNDSTONE: Oh, "Los Simpson".

SAGAL: Esta semana, un hombre de Arkansas que pensó que tenía la palabra hebrea.

SAGAL:. Por la fuerza tatuada en su brazo descubrió que en realidad tenía en blanco.

SAGAL: No. En realidad es la palabra matzá.

SAGAL: Entonces esto se volvió viral en Facebook, esta fotografía. Un judío lo tomó cuando lo vieron en Arkansas. Este tipo estaba muy orgulloso porque dijo que la palabra tatuada con letras muy grandes, las letras hebreas en su brazo significaban fuerza. Pero la persona que tomó la foto, que puede leer hebreo, sabía que en realidad era la palabra matzá. Ese es el pan plano, sin levadura y crujiente que los judíos comen durante la Pascua. En otras palabras, este hombre de Arkansas tenía un tatuaje enorme en su brazo de la palabra cracker.

POUNDSTONE: No, peor. Tenía galleta sin sabor.

SAGAL: Sí. Verdaderamente es lo peor. Bill, ¿cómo le fue a Paula en nuestro cuestionario?

KURTIS: Paula acertó cinco para 10 puntos más. Tiene 11 y lidera.

POUNDSTONE: No lo sé. No creo que sea suficiente.

SAGAL: Luke, eres el siguiente. Complete el espacio en blanco. El martes, mientras aún se recuperaba del terremoto de la semana pasada, Blank experimentó una réplica de 7.3.

SAGAL: El lunes, la NFL anunció que suspendería en blanco durante cuatro juegos por su papel en deflategate.

SAGAL: En un nuevo tratado que se firmará esta semana, el Vaticano reconoció oficialmente la condición de Estado de Blank.

SAGAL: No, Palestina. Esta semana, Jeb Bush anunció que sabiendo lo que sabemos ahora, no autorizaría en blanco.

SAGAL: Correcto. Cambió un poco de opinión.

SAGAL: Un hombre en Pensilvania puede ser expulsado de su casa de retiro después de que lo descubrieron escondiendo un espacio en blanco debajo de su cama.

SAGAL: En un comunicado emitido el domingo, la Organización Mundial de la Salud declaró que Liberia estaba libre de cero.

SAGAL: Esta semana, ESPN anunció que se separaban del columnista y fundador de Grantland en blanco.

SAGAL: Un hombre de 51 años que sufrió problemas respiratorios toda su vida.

SAGAL:. Respirando libremente ahora después de que se quedó en blanco.

SAGAL: No, después de estornudar.

SAGAL: Aunque eso sería una solución. Lo que hizo este tipo fue estornudar con un dardo de juguete que se le había clavado en la nariz durante 44 años.

SAGAL: Cuando Steve Easton tenía solo siete años, él y algunos amigos jugaban un juego clásico de la fosa nasal de Steve en el centro de la diana. Cuarenta y cuatro años después, tuvo un ataque de estornudos, fwoop (ph), salió. Su esposa dijo que Dios los bendiga, aunque, claramente, Dios no le había prestado atención a Steve durante los 44 años anteriores.

SAGAL: Bill, ¿cómo le fue a Luke en nuestro cuestionario?

KURTIS: Acertó seis para obtener 12 puntos más y tomó la delantera con 14.

SAGAL: Está bien. Entonces, ¿cuántos necesita Gabe para ganar este juego?

KURTIS: Cinco para empatar y seis para ganar.

GABE LIEDMAN: Puedo hacer eso.

SAGAL: Puedes hacer esto. Aquí vamos, Gabe, por el juego. El lunes, la Casa Blanca negó las acusaciones de que había mentido sobre los detalles de la redada que mató a Blank.

SAGAL: Según funcionarios iraquíes, un ataque aéreo de la coalición mató el martes al segundo al mando de Blank.

SAGAL: El miércoles, la Cámara votó para poner fin al programa de vigilancia telefónica de Blank.

SAGAL: George Stephanopoulos se disculpó esta semana por no revelar una donación de 50.000 dólares que había hecho en blanco.

LIEDMAN: La Fundación Clinton.

SAGAL: Un presentador de televisión en Detroit se lanzó al informe meteorológico del miércoles por la mañana diciendo en blanco.

SAGAL: No, dijo, citando, "Ojalá tengamos un día de joroba seca".

SAGAL: Según el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional, los dos agentes del Servicio Secreto que chocaron contra una rejilla y condujeron hacia el césped de la Casa Blanca probablemente estaban en blanco.

SAGAL: El jueves, Tom Hanks fue anunciado como invitado para el episodio final del programa nocturno de Blank.

SAGAL: Un grupo de ladrones en Nueva York que robaron una caja registradora y.

SAGAL:. Un plato de ensalada de macarrones de un restaurante finalmente fue capturado cuando la policía cerró.

LIEDMAN: Los encontré comiendo los macarrones a un par de pies de distancia.

SAGAL: No, siguieron el rastro de macarrones derramados.

SAGAL: Según el informe policial, los tres ladrones se turnaron para comer la comida robada y dejaron, cito, "un rastro constante de ensalada de macarrones".

SAGAL: La policía siguió ese rastro y terminó arrestando a Hansel y Gretel justo antes de que llegaran a la casa de pan de jengibre.

SAGAL:. Donde vivía la bruja que vallaba su botín. Bill, ¿cómo le fue a Gabe en nuestro cuestionario?

KURTIS: Bueno, mira cómo le fue al novato. Acertó seis, 12 puntos más, un ganador a los 16.

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Cuanto más creativas sean las formas en que los humanos aprenden a estafar al sistema, hay formas creativas de detenerlos. La tecnología para detener el crimen es un gran negocio en estos días, especialmente con el aumento de la habilidad tecnológica.

¿Conoce su tecnología para detener el crimen?

Como escritor de suspenso romántico, busco constantemente información tecnológica nueva e interesante que los funcionarios encargados de hacer cumplir la ley utilizan para detener el crimen. Algunas de las nuevas ideas son asombrosas.

Las siguientes son solo algunas de las sorprendentes innovaciones. ¿Qué tan bien conoce su tecnología para detener el crimen?

Pensé que sabía muchas cosas nuevas en el mercado. . . hasta que vi estos avances tecnológicos en particular.

A continuación, se muestra una lista de cinco tecnologías diferentes de detención de delitos que se utilizan para atrapar a los delincuentes. Uno de estos cinco es NO verdadero. ¿Puedes adivinar cuál?

(La respuesta se publicará mañana).


5 criminales idiotas que básicamente se atraparon a sí mismos

En todos los años que Wile-E Coyote pasó intentando asesinar brutalmente al Road Runner y deleitarse con su cadáver (sí, eso es la premisa del programa), la principal razón por la que Coyote seguía fallando era su propio yo estúpido. Claro, el Road Runner fue obviamente bastante rápido, pero después de que la trampa número 817 consecutiva convirtiera a Coyote en una pila de cenizas de dibujos animados, debes comenzar a preguntarte si hay algún error de usuario involucrado.

La vida real puede ser igual. Para cada siguiente nivel, Océanos 13-robo de estilo, hay miles de idiotas que tienen suerte si no se dejan caer accidentalmente un yunque sobre sí mismos mientras se ponen los pantalones de ladrón por la mañana. Estas son sus historias. Sus historias increíblemente estúpidas.

Los criminales robaron un plato de ensalada de macarrones y se lo comieron en el camino

La ensalada de macarrones es bastante buenaNota del editor: no es). En las manos adecuadas, una buena ensalada de macarrones puede incluso ser casi deliciosa (Nota del editor: no puede. Me das asco). Dicho esto, no se siente como la declaración más controvertida del mundo decir que incluso la mejor ensalada de macarrones de todos los tiempos probablemente no valga la pena ir a la cárcel. Las tazas de mantequilla de maní de Reese, claro, pero la ensalada de macarrones no es lo suficientemente emocionante. Bueno, al menos para la mayoría de la gente.

Matthew Sapetko, James Marullo y Timothy Walker Jr. claramente no son "la mayoría de la gente". Cuando este trío de súper ladrones robaron un restaurante Build-A-Burger & amp Ice Cream en el norte del estado de Nueva York, lo aprovecharon al máximo. No solo abrieron la caja registradora que estaba llena de 29 dólares enteros, también agarraron un tazón grande de 10 libras de. espéralo. ensalada de macarrones. El robo con allanamiento de morada puede ser un trabajo agotador, y es probable que uno sienta un poco de hambre después de todo ese robo.

"Si alguien pregunta por qué nos arrestaron, dígales 'asesinato'".

Ahora bien, estos criminales no eran enteramente estúpido y, junto con el almuerzo durante los siguientes siete meses, también robaron el equipo de vigilancia de la tienda. Este resultó ser el movimiento correcto, porque la policía inicialmente se quedó sin imágenes ni pistas sólidas. Bueno, aparte del rastro estilo Hansel y Gretel de excrementos de macarrones afuera del restaurante. Sorprendentemente, este sendero no llevar a la policía a la bruja malvada más cojera del mundo que atrae a los niños con pasta mediocre; condujo directamente a los sospechosos que fueron puestos inmediatamente bajo custodia. El aspecto más difícil de toda la prueba fue probablemente asegurar las esposas sobre las muñecas cubiertas de mayonesa de los ladrones.

Lo que es aún más ridículo es que el camino no solo estaba hecho de macarrones. En su prisa por consumir más ensalada de macarrones de lo que cualquier humano debería, los delincuentes arrojaron a un lado la caja registradora, los guantes de goma, el cambio e incluso un montón de piezas del sistema de vigilancia que habían robado con tanta astucia momentos antes. En este punto, es una maravilla que hayan llegado a casa sin dejar atrás su ropa interior sucia y un mapa toscamente dibujado de su escondite secreto.

Quedarse atrapado en un armario abierto

Florida ocupa el puesto 29 entre los estados de EE. UU. En la obtención de títulos, con aproximadamente el 40% de los adultos que obtienen algún tipo de título universitario. Pero eso significa que para muchos otros floridanos, la única forma en que pondrán un pie en un campus universitario es si se pierden o son atraídos allí por un atractivo rastro de ensalada de macarrones. Obtener un título no es una prioridad para todos. Por ejemplo, cuando los residentes de Florida John Arwood y Amber Campbell finalmente tomaron la decisión de visitar el Daytona State College, estaban menos interesados ​​en el programa de enfermería y más entusiasmados con fumar crack en el armario de un conserje.

Como todo el mundo sabe, el éxito en la universidad está relacionado en gran medida con la perseverancia, por lo que esos dos enamorados vivieron en ese maldito armario durante dos días seguidos. Esto no era solo porque todo lo que necesitaban para sobrevivir era amor. y crack. Mira, la puerta del armario se había cerrado detrás de ellos, y no tenían forma de escapar de su nido de amor / guarida de grietas. Podrían haber llamado a la policía de inmediato, pero tenían miedo de ser arrestados por allanamiento y, ya sabes, el grieta.

Los tatuajes en el cuello con el signo de dólar son el verdadero signo de riqueza.

Dos días después, se desesperaron (y aparentemente se les acabó el crack) y decidieron seguir adelante y llamar a la policía para que vinieran a ayudarlos. La policía rastreó el teléfono y finalmente los liberó de su prisión improvisada. Técnicamente, no encontraron ninguna grieta (aunque había varios estropajos de cobre que se utilizan a menudo para fumar crack), pero la policía hizo encontrar un poco de caca humana apilada alrededor del pequeño armario.

Todo eso suena bastante estúpido, pero para ser justos, los dos adictos al crack afirman que eran perseguido en el armario de un conserje del Centro de Ciencias Marinas y Ambientales para que no tuvieran mucho tiempo para planificar cómo volverían a salir. ¿Pero la mayor parte? ¿Recuerdas cuando dijimos que la puerta se había cerrado detrás de ellos? Bueno, resulta que solo pensamiento tenía. El armario en realidad no tenía cerradura. Los dos, literalmente, podrían haber abierto la puerta en cualquier momento en lugar de agacharse e intercambiar caca en la esquina. Pero bueno, al menos ahora la prisión se sentirá como un hotel de lujo.

Ladrón de perros calientes dispara a los suyos. Um. Es posible que desee omitir esta entrada

Cualquiera que sea su postura sobre las armas, casi todo el mundo está de acuerdo en que deben usarse de manera responsable. Es importante mantenerlos descargados y con la seguridad puesta hasta que esté absolutamente listo para usarlos. E incluso después de todo eso, nunca debes apuntar con un arma a algo a menos que tengas la intención absoluta de disparar a esa cosa. Por ejemplo, tu pene.

Terrion Pouncy decidió robar un puesto de perritos calientes del Far South Side en Chicago. Con un pañuelo en la cara y apuntando con un arma de pequeño calibre, Pouncy ordenó a los dos empleados que entregaran todo el dinero de la caja registradora. Los empleados obedecieron y Pouncy salió corriendo del restaurante con sus nuevas riquezas. Cuando se fue, Pouncy intentó meter su arma en la parte delantera de sus pantalones a pesar de que, como todos sabemos, es exactamente donde se encuentran la mayoría de los penes. Pouncy recordó rápidamente este hecho cuando disparó su arma. dos veces golpeando a Pouncy tanto en el muslo como en el pene mismo.

Un colchón de aire en una habitación vacía es el verdadero signo de riqueza.

Para su mérito, Pouncy se las arregló para sigue corriendo a pesar de que su miembro destrozado se revolcaba en sus pantalones de chándal, e incluso se las arregló para deshacerse de algunas pruebas de su fatídica travesura antes de llamar al 911 y avisarles de su cerdo dañado. Cada vez que lo liberan de la cárcel, imaginamos que probablemente nunca volverá a un puesto de perritos calientes. Incluso si la razón es puramente freudiana.

Terrorista se entrega por dinero

Incluso después de 17 años en Afganistán, la guerra todavía parece estar muy lejos de haber terminado. Cada victoria puede parecer pírrica, ya que los grupos terroristas en la región como los talibanes y Al Qaeda continúan reclutando y creando inestabilidad, y todavía tenemos que encontrar una estrategia segura para estabilizar el país y eliminar la necesidad de una presencia militar. Pero tal vez eso se deba a que no hemos intentado ofrecer a los líderes talibanes 100 dólares a cada uno si se rinden. Oye, ha funcionado antes.

Vea, Mohammad Ashan era un comandante talibán de bajo nivel que era buscado por las fuerzas de seguridad afganas para la coordinación de múltiples ataques con artefactos explosivos improvisados ​​contra las tropas estadounidenses y afganas. Aunque no esperaban mucho, Ashan había causado suficiente daño que los funcionarios decidieron colocar algunos carteles de "se busca" en los distritos donde estaba activo. También ofrecieron una recompensa miserable de $ 100 (como referencia, el criminal más buscado por el FBI tiene una recompensa de $ 100,000), en caso de que la promesa de un Ben Franklin pudiera motivar a los ciudadanos normales a traicionar y potencialmente enojar a un terrorista literal.

Bueno, resulta que alguien estaba dispuesto a arriesgarlo todo por $ 100: Mohammad Ashan. Resulta que hay una razón muy clara por la que Ashan es considerado de bajo nivel, es un idiota.

A eso lo llaman "la mirada de $ 100".

Imagínese la sorpresa de los oficiales de seguridad afganos cuando Ashan se acercó a ellos en un puesto de control de la policía con un cartel de "Se busca" con su nombre y exigiendo una recompensa. Ashan no es más que completo, y junto con el póster, también trajo una imagen de su huella digital y otra identificación. Quería que todos estuvieran allí seguro Fue el. Después de todo, ¿de qué otra manera podría demostrar que era digno de la recompensa?

Los oficiales de seguridad en el puesto de control, comprensiblemente, no podían creer que nadie fuera tan estúpido, por lo que llamaron al ejército estadounidense para que viniera y ayudara a identificar al hombre claramente trastornado. Según The Washington Post, US Army Spc. Matthew Baker preguntó con incredulidad: "¿Eres tú?" a lo que Ashan respondió de inmediato: "¡Sí, sí, ese soy yo! ¿Puedo obtener mi premio ahora? " Para ser justos, probablemente había estado bajo el sol todo el dia y estaba frustrado con toda la burocracia burocrática con la que estaba lidiando.

Sorprendentemente, Ashan fue arrestado de inmediato y no recibió dinero.

Serían fanáticos religiosos que intentaran secar la pólvora con fuego

Al contrario de lo que vimos en V de Venganza, el complot de la pólvora de 1605 casi había nada que ver con ballets de cuchillo en cámara lenta. En la película y el cómic (o novela gráfica, si eres uno de aquellos pueblo), el semiterrorista, V, se inspira en la rebelión de los instigadores de la trama de la pólvora contra un gobierno tiránico y opresivo. Sin embargo, lo que no es evidente en la película es lo estúpidos que eran todos los involucrados en la trama de la pólvora.

The Gunpowder Plot fue un intento de un grupo de católicos de asesinar al rey James inglés / escocés. La idea era ganar más libertad religiosa. haciendo volar al rey con explosivos. Es como tratar de defender la hora de acostarse más tarde quemando tu casa: técnicamente puede que consigas lo que quieras, pero ahora además Tengo que vivir con Dirty Rick debajo de un puente en Midtown. No parece que valga la pena.

Lo bueno: mañana fue tu turno de lavar los platos.

Bueno, desafortunadamente, antes de que los conspiradores de la pólvora pudieran encender la mecha, el atacante principal, Guy Fawkes, fue capturado y sus explosivos fueron confiscados. Sin embargo, algunos de los co-conspiradores de Fawkes eludieron la captura y decidieron usar los explosivos restantes que tuvieran para continuar la gloriosa revolución. Solo tenían un pequeño problema: toda la pólvora estaba súper húmeda y no se encendía.

Decididos a no dejar que sus planes volvieran a fallar, los revolucionarios encontraron una solución simple. Por qué no seco la pólvora? Una vez que esté seco, será fácil volver a explotar. Puedes ver a dónde va esto.

Así que los saboteadores aficionados se pusieron manos a la obra. Como los secadores de pelo aún no existían, naturalmente decidieron hacer un pequeño fuego para secar el polvo húmedo. Para sorpresa de nadie, estalló rápidamente por todo el lugar.

Ahora armados con cero explosivos, y el conspirador principal recién nombrado, John Grant, ya no está equipado con globos oculares gracias a mirar directamente a la explosión, los católicos decidieron simplemente asaltar el castillo de Warwick directamente y esperar lo mejor. Fueron derrotados casi de inmediato, y todo el grupo fue capturado y / o asesinado, que es todo lo que se puede esperar de las personas que intentaron cocinar pólvora.


8 El terrorista terriblemente estúpido

Los terroristas no son conocidos exactamente por su intelecto en el mejor de los casos. Se explotan (deliberadamente), pasan gran parte de su tiempo predicando tonterías que nadie entiende y muy rara vez tienen citas. Aun así, el comandante talibán afgano Mohammad Ashan tiene que representar a uno de los agentes menos cerebrales.

Estados Unidos creía que Ashan estaba involucrado en la planificación de ataques con artefactos explosivos improvisados ​​contra las fuerzas estadounidenses y afganas. En respuesta, los funcionarios atacaron la provincia de Paktika, donde operaban Ashan y sus seguidores insurgentes, con una ráfaga de carteles de búsqueda. Los volantes prometían a los informantes $ 100 por cualquier información que condujera a la captura del comandante y los rsquos.

En 2012, sucedió lo extraño. Ashan, con problemas de liquidez, entró tranquilamente en un puesto de control en el distrito de Sar Howza y se entregó. Baste decir que las tropas afganas estaban algo desconcertadas cuando Ashan intentó reclamar la recompensa de $ 100. Agarrando un cartel de Se busca con su propia foto policial, el rebelde despistado esencialmente exigió el pago de su propia captura.

& ldquoEste tipo es el equivalente talibán del Solo en casa ladrones, ”declaró un funcionario estadounidense. [3]

Los escáneres biométricos confirmaron la identidad del hombre. No recibió su recompensa, como era de esperar. Parece poco probable que el comandante y sus superiores lo asciendan más allá de su grado de & ldquolow-level & rdquo en el corto plazo.


Ensalada de macarrones

Este es mi favorito hecho en casa Ensalada de macarrones ¡receta! Es un plato clásico de ensalada de pasta, nada súper elegante, es solo esa deliciosa comida reconfortante con la que recuerdas cuando creciste y comiste en verano. Se mezcla con verduras de colores y se cubre con un aderezo rico y cremoso.

Según ParsiDay, la ensalada de macarrones es una de esas cosas que no siempre he apreciado. Siempre pasaba por delante de las ensaladas de pasta y las ensaladas de papas, ¡y ahora las amo absolutamente a las dos! Son perfectos para fiestas / comidas compartidas, picnics y, por supuesto, son un acompañamiento maravilloso para el almuerzo o la cena.

Me encanta combinar esta sencilla ensalada de macarrones con los clásicos favoritos del verano, como pollo a la barbacoa o cerdo desmenuzado y mazorcas de maíz, y oh sí, no olvidemos la sandía.

Tengo la sensación de que podría ser lo primero en ir en su próxima comida al aire libre. ¡Solo mira todas las bondades de esta ensalada! ¡Lo más probable es que se convierta en un nuevo favorito!

Mayonesa Hellmann's o Best Foods

Yogur griego natural sin grasa o bajo en grasa

Sal y pimienta negra recién molida

Huevos duros, pelados y picados

Zanahorias en forma de fósforo, picadas en trozos grandes

Cocine los macarrones en agua con sal según las instrucciones del paquete.

Escurrir y enjuagar con agua fría hasta que esté completamente frío. Deja escurrir muy bien.

En un tazón mediano, mezcle la mayonesa, el yogur griego, el vinagre, la mostaza, la miel y sazone con sal y pimienta al gusto.

Agregue los macarrones bien escurridos a un tazón grande para mezclar junto con los huevos, el pimiento, las zanahorias, el apio y la cebolla.

Vierta el aderezo encima, agregue el perejil y mezcle la mezcla para cubrir uniformemente. Sirva o almacene en el refrigerador hasta por 1 día.

Me encanta esta receta de ensalada casera de macarrones, ¡y que tú puedas hacerla tuya! (Lo he hecho un poco más saludable sustituyendo la mitad de la mayonesa con yogur griego).

Agregué las mezclas que me gustan, pero puedes intercambiar las que tengo aquí con diferentes verduras o mezclas que prefieras. Aquí hay algunas otras buenas opciones:

Encurtidos de eneldo para bebés picados o condimento de encurtidos dulces

Sí, esta clásica ensalada de macarrones es ideal para preparar la noche anterior a una comida compartida o un picnic. Debido a que esta es una ensalada de pasta con mayonesa y yogur en el aderezo, prepararla con anticipación le da tiempo a los macarrones para absorber todo ese sabor.

Puede guardar esta ensalada casera de macarrones en el refrigerador hasta un día antes de servirla.

No se preocupe, esta ensalada de macarrones no sabrá nada dulce. La miel ayuda a compensar la acidez del vinagre, el yogur y la mostaza.

Use perejil fresco para alegrar esta ensalada. ¡El perejil seco no funcionará en esta receta!

Si no tiene Dijon a mano, no dude en utilizar otro tipo de mostaza.

Se puede usar otro tipo de pasta corta y resistente en lugar de pasta de codo, si es necesario.


5. La ensalada de macarrones lleva a los policías a los sospechosos

El robo es un plato que & # 8217 está mejor servido & # 8230 & # 8230} frío, como la ensalada de macarrones. Fue la ensalada de macarrones lo que llevó al departamento de policía de Mt. Morris hacia tres sospechosos de robo.

El rastro de migas de pan estaba un poco más húmedo y frío que seco y quebradizo. Los tres ladrones irrumpieron y robaron dinero del restaurante Build-A-Burger local, así como un plato considerable de ensalada de macarrones.

& # 8220Se encontraron a lo largo del camino partes de la caja registradora, partes del sistema de vigilancia, guantes de goma, cambio suelto y un rastro constante de ensalada de macarrones, & # 8221, dijo la oficina del alguacil local. & # 8220Se descubrió más tarde que los sospechosos robaron un gran plato de ensalada de macarrones, que se turnaron para comer, a lo largo de su ruta de escape. & # 8221

Huelga decir que los agentes rápidamente se pusieron al día y arrestaron a Matthew P. Sapetko, de 34 años, James P. Marullo, de 35, y Timothy S. Walker Jr., de 23, y fueron acusados ​​de robo en tercer grado, travesuras criminales en tercer grado, y hurto mayor en cuarto grado.


Paladar distintivo: en el restaurante Anthony & # 8217s, pruebe la exquisitez casera

OLD FORGE & # 8212 A menudo, cuando pensamos en Old Forge, pensamos en ella como la capital mundial de la pizza.

Pero si está buscando expandir su paladar para una noche de fiesta en el distrito, tengo el lugar ideal para usted.

Encuentra el camino a Anthony & # 8217s en South Main Street y verás a lo que me refiero, incluso si es una noche libre, como un martes, como compañero de cena y lo hice una noche reciente.

Camine por la puerta principal y vea la barra larga con clientes habituales charlando y mesas de cuatro bebiendo aperitivos, o pasee por la parte de atrás hacia un espacioso comedor que rezuma intimidad. De cualquier manera, será recibido con un saludo y una sonrisa por parte del personal, y posiblemente un abrazo, ya que muchos clientes habituales estaban en la víspera en cuestión.

Al entrar por la parte de atrás esa noche, los camareros no pudieron haber sido más amables, ya que nos preguntaron en qué área preferimos cenar. Elegimos la habitación trasera por su ambiente a la luz de las velas y su ambiente relajado.

Jen, nuestra encantadora camarera, se apresuró a ofrecernos una bebida. Conocido por mi amor por la ginebra, pedí un Tanqueray con tónico y me sorprendió gratamente verlo salir con un agua tónica perfectamente burbujeante y el toque justo de lima. Mi compañera eligió un Cabernet de la casa, que sabía que complementaría la pasta casera que estaba a punto de disfrutar.

Además del rápido servicio al entrar y la simpatía natural del restaurante, quedamos impresionados con la pasta rizada esperando en nuestra mesa. Espolvoreado con brócoli y garbanzos por encima, un condimento ligero y ajoso hizo que lo devoramos.

Mientras examinábamos los menús, notamos muchas opciones por las que nos desmayamos, porque además del menú regular, todos los días, también estaba disponible un menú de características especiales.

Las opciones de entrada incluían pimientos picantes largos, ravioles de langosta, almejas de albahaca, almejas italianas y calabaza espagueti. Mi compañera inmediatamente puso su mirada en la calabaza espagueti, que era mucho más que unos espaguetis encima de la calabaza. Vino servido entre camarones gigantes y espárragos frescos con marina. No hace falta decir que era lo suficientemente grande como para ser una comida. Fui con los Long Hot Peppers, que venían cubiertos de prosciutto y queso provolone, haciendo que mis papilas gustativas chisporrotearan. Ambos fueron éxitos en esta mesa de dos.

Entre bocados y sorbos de libaciones, nos pusimos al día con nuestro día y disfrutamos del ambiente relajado, donde sentimos cualquier cosa menos apresurados & # 8211 verdaderamente la manera perfecta de terminar un martes ajetreado.

Cuando terminamos nuestros aperitivos, una dulce chica del autobús despejó la mesa para la cena y estábamos listos para más.

A continuación: el menú de la cena. Piense en pastas, mariscos y filetes. Las opciones eran numerosas, y resultó ser una elección difícil para nosotros, ya que se consideraron el salmón con patatas incrustadas con salsa de crema de rábano picante, el eglefino al estilo italiano en salsa de limón y mantequilla y la ternera francaise con carne de cangrejo y espárragos. También amantes de la pasta, debatimos los ñoquis con albóndigas y fettucini alfredo antes de tomar nuestra decisión final.

¿Para mi compañero de cena? La piccata de pollo con alcaparras, acompañada de papa y judías verdes dos veces al horno (o doble horneado). ¿Y para mí? Una de las muchas características de la cena: los ravioles de calabaza, una selección ideal para una noche de octubre.

Una vez que nuestro pedido estuvo listo, el camarero hizo sus rondas a las mesas y preguntó cómo estaban todos. Mientras charlábamos sobre nuestra velada y las opciones para la noche, decidió que un martini de calabaza sería el complemento perfecto para mi comida.

Y ella tenía razón. Se entregó lleno hasta el borde y sabía como un vaso de delicia de calabaza moka con infusión de vodka. Celestial.

Ambos platos & # 8211 y en ese momento, los vasos & # 8211 estaban vacíos en cuestión de minutos. No porque mi compañero y yo comamos rápido, sino porque las comidas eran tan sabrosas y frescas que era difícil no devorarlas rápidamente.

Ahora la pregunta más importante de la noche: ¿Podríamos encontrar espacio para el postre? Cuando Jen nos trajo la bandeja de postre, me di cuenta de que sería difícil rechazarlo todo. Desde tarta de queso de calabaza hasta crujiente de moca y almendras, la bandeja estaba llena de golosinas caseras. Nos decidimos por la exuberante mantequilla de maní, un regalo especial que agrega crema batida y pudín de chocolate con una cereza encima. Decir que fue una manera gloriosa de terminar nuestra noche sería quedarse corto.

Jen nos agradeció amablemente por venir y nos dio la bienvenida si regresamos a Old Forge nuevamente. Mi compañero y yo decidimos que siempre estará marcado como una parada en nuestro mapa de destinos gastronómicos.


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Dos personas heridas mientras miles de personas se agolpan en el Viejo Montreal para el jolgorio posterior al toque de queda

La policía antidisturbios de Montreal dispersó a una gran multitud el sábado por la noche en el Viejo Montreal, donde dos personas resultaron heridas cuando estalló una pelea en medio de las celebraciones espontáneas del fin del toque de queda en Quebec y la victoria de los Habs. Fue la segunda noche consecutiva que grandes multitudes acudieron al popular distrito, después de que se permitió que las terrazas de los restaurantes abrieran el viernes y las 9:30 p.m. toque de queda levantado. Esta vez, dos personas resultaron heridas en un altercado poco después de la medianoche. Una mujer de 18 años recibió un disparo en el pie y un hombre de 19 años fue apuñalado en la parte superior del cuerpo. Ambos fueron tratados en el hospital. El portavoz de la policía de Montreal, Jean-Pierre Brabant, dijo que la mujer informó no haber sido parte de la pelea en sí. Fue la segunda noche consecutiva que los juerguistas se reunieron en el Viejo Montreal desde que se reabrieron las terrazas de los restaurantes y se levantó el toque de queda. (Stéphane Grégoire / Radio-Canada) "Estamos buscando averiguar qué pasó porque hasta ahora no hemos tenido ningún arresto". Hoy más tarde veremos las imágenes de las cámaras de seguridad ”, dijo Brabant. Brabant dijo que después de la pelea, los oficiales obligaron a los juerguistas a abandonar Place Jacques-Cartier por razones de seguridad.

En México, los cárteles persiguen a la policía en sus hogares

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The notoriously violent Jalisco cartel has responded to Mexico’s “hugs, not bullets” policy with a policy of its own: The cartel kidnapped several members of an elite police force in the state of Guanajuato, tortured them to obtain names and addresses of fellow officers and is now hunting down and killing police at their homes, on their days off, in front of their families. It is a type of direct attack on officers seldom seen outside of the most gang-plagued nations of Central America and poses the most direct challenge yet to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's policy of avoiding violence and rejecting any war on the cartels. But the cartel has already declared war on the government, aiming to eradicate an elite state force known as the Tactical Group which the gang accuses of treating its members unfairly. “If you want war, you'll get a war. We have already shown that we know where you are. We are coming for all of you,” reads a professionally printed banner signed by the cartel and hung on a building in Guanajuato in May. “For each member of our firm (CJNG) that you arrest, we are going to kill two of your Tacticals, wherever they are, at their homes, in their patrol vehicles,” the banner read, referring to the cartel by its Spanish initials. Officials in Guanajuato — Mexico's most violent state, where Jalisco is fighting local gangs backed by the rival Sinaloa cartel — refused to comment on how many members of the elite group have been murdered so far. But state police publicly acknowledged the latest case, an officer who was kidnapped from his home on Thursday, killed and his body dumped on a highway. Guanajuato-based security analyst David Saucedo said there have been many cases. “A lot of them (officers) have decided to desert. They took their families, abandoned their homes and they are fleeing and in hiding,” Saucedo said. “The CJNG is hunting the elite police force of Guanajuato.” Numbers of victims are hard to come by, but Poplab, a news cooperative in Guanajuato, said at least seven police officers have been killed on their days off so far this year. In January, gunmen went to the home of a female state police officer, killed her husband, dragged her away, tortured her and dumped her bullet-ridden body. Guanajuato has had the highest number of police killed of any Mexican state since at least 2018, according to Poplab. Between 2018 and May 12, a total of 262 police have been killed, or an average of about 75 officers each year — more than are killed by gunfire or other assaults on average each year in the entire United States, which has 50 times Guanajuato’s population. The problem in Guanajuato has gotten so bad that the state government published a special decree on May 17 to provide an unspecified amount of funding for protection mechanisms for police and prison officials. “Unfortunately, organized crime groups have shown up at the homes of police officers, which poses a threat and a greater risk of loss of life, not just for them, but for members of their families,” according to the decree. “They have been forced to quickly leave their homes and move, so that organized crimes groups cannot find them,” it reads. State officials refused to describe the protection measures, or comment on whether officers were to be paid to rent new homes, or if there were plans to construct special secure housing compounds for them and their families. “This is an open war against the security forces of the state government,” Saucedo noted. López Obrador campaigned on trying to deescalate the drug conflict, describing a “hugs, not bullets” approach to tackle the root causes of crime. Since taking office in late 2018, he has avoided openly confronting cartels, and even released one capo to avoid bloodshed, saying he preferred a long-range policy of addressing social problems like youth unemployment that contribute to gang membership. But former U.S. Ambassador Christopher Landau said in April that López Obrador views the fight against drug cartels “as a distraction . So he has basically adopted an agenda of a pretty laissez-faire attitude towards them, which is pretty troubling to our government, obviously.” Mark Stevenson, The Associated Press

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As pandemic wanes, Florida's DeSantis seizes national stage

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — As Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis struggled to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Democrats readied to pounce. The state's economy was in tatters, infections and deaths were on the rise and there were doubts about the Republican's plan to lead Florida out of crisis. Now that the pandemic appears to be waning and DeSantis is heading into his reelection campaign next year, he has emerged from the political uncertainty as one of the most prominent Republican governors and an early White House front-runner in 2024 among Donald Trump's acolytes, if the former president doesn't run again. As DeSantis' national stature has risen, he has remained defiant in the face of continued attacks on his hard-line opposition to mask mandates and lockdowns. “Hold the line. Don’t back down,” he told a crowd at a party fundraiser in Pittsburgh on May 20. “And in the state of Florida, with me as governor, I have only begun to fight.” That fight will happen soon, as he campaigns for a second term and pressure builds on Florida Democrats to regain their footing in a state that has swung toward Republicans for several election cycles. Unless they find a new formula, Democrats could find themselves shut out of statewide office for the first time since Reconstruction. “This isn’t just one race — this is two races in one, given how Ron DeSantis is trying to use a reelection win as a slingshot to then be the odds on favorite" for the GOP nomination in 2024, said Fernand Amandi, a Democratic pollster in Miami. “If they manage to prevent him from getting reelected, they almost certainly eliminate any possibility of him running for president.” DeSantis won in a nail-biter three years ago against Democrat Andrew Gillum, and Democrats worry whether they can field a candidate able to win back the governor’s mansion for the first time since 1994. U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, a former Republican governor who is now a Democrat, announced his campaign for governor this month. Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, the only Democrat currently holding statewide office, has teased a June 1 date to publicly announce whether she will run. Some Democrats had hoped U.S. Rep. Val Demings, who helped manage the first Trump impeachment and was considered as President Joe Biden's running mate, would join the race. Instead, she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Republican Marco Rubio. Regardless of who gets in the Democratic contest, toppling DeSantis will be “a tall order,” said Ryan Tyson, a Tallahassee-based Republican pollster. “The Democrats fail to understand that the state of Florida is changing under their very noses.” Florida’s population continues to boom, but many of the state’s new residents are older and come from parts of the country friendlier toward Republicans. Before last November’s presidential election, Republicans had narrowed the registration gap with Democrats to about 117,000. On Election Day four years earlier, Democrats had a 327,000 voter registration lead. Since then, Republicans have continued to gain — with the Democratic advantage now barely over 100,000. Both sides will try to nationalize the race, partly to draw support from big-money donors from outside the state. For DeSantis, it’s also about raising his national profile. That of course, probably will become a line of attack for Crist and Fried, who accuse DeSantis of being more interested in pursuing his political ambitions than in tackling the concerns of Floridians. “Just like our former president, he always takes credit but never takes responsibility,” Crist said when he announced his bid for governor. In a video hinting at her possible entry into the race, Fried called DeSantis an “authoritarian dictator.” Appealing to Trump supporters might be smart as the Republican Party deepens its allegiance to the former president, whose shadow will no doubt loom over high-profile races like the one about to unfold in Florida. During his Pittsburgh visit, DeSantis applauded Trump for recognizing the military and economic threats posed by China and sympathized with him over his battles against social media companies such as Twitter, which banned him from its platform. The governor is “definitely made efforts to to appeal to the Trump base. The disadvantage to that, of course, is that the former president is so polarizing,” said Kevin Wagner, a political scientist at Florida Atlantic University. ”But in the state of Florida, where the former president did really well, appealing to his base of voters seems like a pretty prudent move.” DeSantis’ ambitions could become muddled if Trump runs in 2024. That would force DeSantis and other hopefuls to wait it out or begin redefining themselves beyond Trump's shadow. Democrats thought the pandemic would be a strong line of attack against DeSantis. In November, Floridians were about evenly divided about the governor's handling of the pandemic, with 49% approving and 50% disapproving, according to AP VoteCast. In that same poll, 48% had a favorable opinion of DeSantis while 45% viewed him unfavorably. But with about 18 months before the November 2022 election, it remains to be seen how the pandemic might play out in the campaign. The pandemic has become a key talking point against what DeSantis called “the militant left.” “We’ve saved millions of livelihoods from the brunt of lockdowns," he said in Pittsburgh. "All I can say to any state that has not followed suit: Open your state, open your schools, take off these mask mandates, let people live and thrive.” While he spent his first years as Florida governor casting himself as a defender of the environment, including the state’s cherished Everglades and imperiled coastlines, and even as a booster for his state’s underpaid teachers, DeSantis has more recently taken a sharper turn to the right. During Florida’s just-completed legislative session, DeSantis successfully pushed for an “anti-riot” law that countered the Black Lives Matter movement. He won legislation that excoriated social media companies that, the governor charged, censor conservative thought. On a recent appearance on Fox News — one of many — DeSantis showcased a freshly signed law that tightens voting rules amid unproven claims among Trump followers that Trump was denied a second term because of election irregularities. “The governor’s priorities certainly got through, and that can only be good for him,” said Susie Wiles, a Republican strategist who helped Trump win Florida last year and continues to work for him. “What is good for him has proven to be good for the state, which in turn makes his fortunes good going into reelection next year.” ___ Associated Press writer Hannah Fingerhut in Washington contributed to this report. Bobby Caina Calvan, The Associated Press

State of emergency declared in Aklavik, N.W.T., as floodwaters rise

A state of emergency has been declared in Aklavik, N.W.T., after water started rising over the road that leads to the hamlet's dump, according to a statement issued by its mayor and council overnight. Residents would start being evacuated from their homes Sunday morning between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. local time, the statement said. The remote community of roughly 600 people has been on flood watch for about a week and is the latest of several communities in the Northwest Territories to be affected by historic flooding on the Mackenzie River, caused by the spring breakup. The hamlet is on the bank of the Peel Channel, which is fed by the Mackenzie River further upstream. Mayor Andrew Charlie told CBC News on Sunday morning that water levels had risen to 16.2 metres — the same height as the last significant flood in 2006. That's 1.1 metres below the highest record on file, according to the Northwest Territories government. Water has started to cover what Allen Kogiak describes as the hamlet's 𧮬k road.' (Submitted by Allen Kogiak) "Water is still coming up at the moment," he said. Residents will start being voluntarily evacuated to Inuvik — located about 55 kilometres northeast of Aklavik — by air, Charlie said. The two communities are connected only by ice road in the winter months. "I don't believe everybody is going to leave," the mayor said. "Most people want to stay here and protect what they have around their yards." 4 planes sent for evacuation efforts Northwest Territories Premier Caroline Cochrane tweeted Sunday afternoon that the government is helping with a full evacuation. "Four planes are making trips into the community to evacuate residents, starting with elders and families and children. Evacuees will stay at the Inuvik arena, and work is underway around recovery plans and financial support for those impacted," she wrote. Cochrane said an update would be provided on Monday and that "right now, our officials are focused on the safety of our residents." 'Hopeful but anxious' Allen Kogiak, who lives in Aklavik, said he doesn't plan to leave unless things get much worse. But his mother, who is in her 80s, is being evacuated. "Heading out probably on one of the first flights, I guess," he said. "I'm feeling hopeful but anxious at the same time," Kogiak said, adding it's the third time he's going through a flood. "This flood is kind of different for me this year, it's unlike other floods," he said. "Everybody's worried" but calm. Fuel and sewer tanks cause for concern The mayor said water has breached a few roads in the community, including access to the dump and sewage lagoon. However, the water and sewer trucks were still in service Sunday morning. "They'll go until they feel it's unsafe to do services in the community," he said. Charlie said most homes have been built on platforms that are lifted off the ground because of past floods. "There's a few homes that water has come up to . their stairs and whatnot. They still have access to their house," he said. The Hamlet of Aklavik rests on the west side of a bend in the Peel Channel in the Inuvik region of the N.W.T.(Kate Kyle/CBC) "The danger is our fuel tanks, chances of them toppling over. We have a few sewer tanks in the ground, sitting on the ground, they'll be able to float around, bust up people's houses." The other big concern, he said, is if water floods the hamlet's airstrip. "If that ever goes under water, there's no way a plane would land in Aklavik, so it would make it more difficult." About 26 elders and vulnerable people had already been evacuated from their homes as of Friday evening. "Everybody is on high alert," Charlie said. "But other than that, it's something we go through annually and we continue to do that. We're prepared."

Tennis-Osaka fined for media boycott, could face expulsion from French Open

Japan's Naomi Osaka could be thrown out of the French Open if she continues to boycott post-match news conferences at the tournament, the board of Grand Slam tennis tournaments said on Sunday. Osaka, who was fined 15,000 dollars for skipping the news conference after her first-round victory at Roland Garros, could also face suspension from other Grand Slam tournaments, the board added. The four-times Grand Slam champion said earlier this week she would not face the media during the French Open, citing mental health reasons.

Victim IDɽ in 4th fatal shooting in less than a week

Ottawa police have identified the man shot to death early Sunday morning in the city's east end, the fourth shooting death in the nation's capital in the past five days. Police and emergency responders were called to the intersection of Cyrville and Meadowbrook roads at approximately 12:50 a.m. after getting reports of gunshots. CBC spoke with several neighbours of the strip mall where the shooting happened. They reported hearing between three and five gun shots just after 12:30 a.m. Police found 27-year-old Warsama Youssouf from Ottawa in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to hospital but was later declared dead. The homicide unit is investigating. A section of Meadowbrook Road was closed at 5:30 a.m. but has since reopened. Police appeal for information Those with information about the investigation are asked to contact the homicide unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493 On Friday evening, Ottawa police were called to Alta Vista Drive after two men were shot dead, with a third man taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. On Wednesday, police were called to Palmerston Drive following the shooting of a 22-year-old man. There have now been seven homicides in Ottawa in 2021.

Canadian telecoms regulator's latest ruling spells ⟚rk period' for smaller operators

Two recent decisions by Canada's telecom regulator are freezing out competition in the country's highly concentrated industry, critics argue, making it even harder to bring down prices for mobile and internet service. For years, Canadian consumers have complained about high cellular bills, which rank among the steepest in the world, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government has threatened to take action if the providers failed to cut bills by 25%. On Thursday the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled that it would not significantly lower the rates that small companies must pay to access the high-speed broadband networks of larger rivals, including BCE Inc, Telus Corp and Rogers Communications Inc, known as the Big Three.

N’Golo Kante, the humble star close to winning it all

PORTO, Portugal (AP) — N’Golo Kante approached the winner’s podium and sized up the gleaming European Cup that was almost as big as him. The diminutive midfielder had seen jubilant teammates before him give the trophy a kiss as they walked by. Kante, a touch nervous maybe, gave it a little pat and shuffled on. Humble to the end, Kante moved a step closer to winning everything there is to win in football by adding the Champions League with Chelsea on Saturday. A Premier League winner in 2016 and ’17, with Leicester then Chelsea. A World Cup winner in 2018 with France. A Europa League winner in 2019. Now, a European champion. Win the European Championship with France across the next six weeks and Kante will have done the lot. All with that beaming smile on his face. Asked if Kante is the best player in the world, Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta was in no doubt: “It’s straightforward, yes.” At the moment, it’s hard to argue. Kante was voted man of the match by UEFA’s technical observers in both legs of Chelsea’s semifinal against Real Madrid, and again in the 1-0 win over Manchester City in the final. He made 10 ball recoveries, more than any other player. He won all three tackles he attempted — including a key one to snuff out Kevin De Bruyne as he approached Chelsea’s box early in the second half. Then there were his surging runs forward, leading the counterattack. In a match where so much focus was on City manager Pep Guardiola’s decision to not play a specialist defensive midfielder, Kante produced a clinic in that position once again. “He does everything,” Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said. “The energy he brings, I don’t know how many ball recoveries today. He covered so much ground. “It’s special to have him and when we don’t have him we missed him. After winning the World Cup, the Champions League, he’s so humble in his position.” Tuchel has said before that he was bestowed a gift when he arrived at Chelsea in January to be handed a squad containing Kante. “I think N’Golo fits into any manager’s plans on the planet,” said Tuchel, the former Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund manager. “I was desperate to have him in my teams in the past.” Now he has him and is utilizing him perfectly. It will not be a surprise to see Kante voted the FIFA player of the year for the first time, especially if he helps France to win the Euros. He has already won the biggest personal award in English soccer, the PFA player of the year in 2016 on the back of Leicester’s title win. At Leicester, the story goes, he used to run to training while others arrived in their flashy cars and kept going to the same hairdresser, paying 10 pounds for a trim. That humble side of Kante hasn’t changed, even as he adds Champions League winner to his lengthy list of accomplishments. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports ___ Steve Douglas is at https://twitter.com/sdouglas80 Steve Douglas, The Associated Press

'You can't even go outside': Alberta's Pigeon Lake overrun with midges

In Alberta's Pigeon Lake, cabins and cars are blanketed in quivering clumps. The midges have taken over in swarms of almost biblical proportions and unlike anything some longtime residents say they've ever seen. "You can't even go outside," said Allan Eliasson, who said the non-biting midges are the largest seasonal swarms he has seen in his two decades living near the central Alberta hamlet of Mulhurst. "It's just so annoying out there. It's overwhelming. It's like a horror movie out there." Albertans looking to get away to a lakeside cabin or camping spot might be in for a rude surprise. Lake flies are hatching en masse around Pigeon Lake, about 100 kilometres southwest of Edmonton this week. The insect invasion may be a nuisance for some on a summer-like weekend, but others see it as a stunning natural phenomenon. With over 2,000 species in North America and over 600 in the Edmonton area alone, the symphony of midges is a sweet sound to an entomologist's ear. "This is wonderful opportunity to see what great biodiversity we have," said Janet Sperling, entomologist and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Alberta. Entomologist Janet Sperling says the midges are a sign of a healthy lake.(Submitted by Janet Sperling) The adults live for only a few days, dying shortly after mating. The swarming, which started about 10 days ago, will not likely last for much longer. Most residents just call these non-biting midges annoying. But Sperling, who expects the swarms to die off in the coming days, hopes they might attract more curiosity than contempt. She says it's likely spring conditions were primed for the insects to surface from the lake en masse. The insects drive the local ecosystem, feeding fish and birds with their abundance a sign of a healthy lake, Sperling added. "It's just basically showing us that it's a clean lake," Sperling said. "And I'm not sure if you can hear all the birds but the birds that eat insects are just having a great time. They just open their mouth, fly along and they've got themselves a whole collection of insects to eat. "Some people go to the Serengeti and they want to see zebras and wildebeest," Sperling added. "But as an entomologist I don't have to go anywhere, I just have to go into my own backyard and see this incredible number of non-biting midges." Eggs are laid on the lake top with larvae feeding on tiny lake bed particles over the winter. Sperling says the size of this spring swarm is likely a matter of timing, with conditions rife for pupae to emerge over a few days, rather than several weeks. With insect appreciation day on June 8, Sperling says she hopes what might at first glance appear nightmarish, could inspire dreams of entomology for the next generation of curious insect appreciators.

Man shot, killed after striking Oklahoma deputy with vehicle

ANTLERS, Okla. (AP) — A man who struck a sheriff's deputy with his vehicle early Sunday morning following a chase in rural southeastern Oklahoma was fatally shot by a deputy, authorities said. After Pushmataha County sheriff’s deputies pulled the man over for a traffic stop at about 2:45 a.m. west of Antlers, he drove away, according to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. The OSBI said the deputies then pursued the vehicle, which also carried a female passenger, for several miles along rural county roads. Eventually, the man stopped and deputies approached. As the passenger was being removed from the vehicle, the man tried to drive away again and struck a deputy with the vehicle, OSBI said. A deputy fatally shot the man, who died at the scene, OSBI said. The OSBI said a deputy received medical attention for an injury that wasn't life threatening. The OSBI, which is investigating, said the name of the man killed will be released after his family is notified. La Prensa Asociada

Ukrainian ambassador in Thailand dies on resort island

BANGKOK (AP) — The Ukrainian ambassador to Thailand collapsed and died on Sunday while on a resort island with his family, authorities said. Andrii Beshta, 44, was declared dead on Lipe Island in southern Satun province, Gov. Ekkarat Leesen told The Associated Press. Police quoted his teenage son, who was staying in the same hotel room, as saying his father vomited and fainted early Sunday. He said he was feeling fine before. Police said they suspect he may have suffered a heart failure. Leesen said the body was sent to the police hospital for an autopsy. Beshta had assumed the post of ambassador in January 2016. He is survived by his wife, daughter and two sons, according to a bio on the embassy's website. La Prensa Asociada

Squamish husband and wife who died hours apart from COVID-19 honoured at truck rally

Two long-term residents of Squamish, B.C., who recently died hours apart of COVID-19 were honoured at a truck rally on Saturday. Margaret (Gail) Ross and Harvey (Merrill) Ross died 17 hours apart on May 5 and 6, respectively, of complications from COVID-19 after a month-long battle with the disease, according to their obituary. Merrill was 76 and Gail was 73. "This is not the way Merrill and Gail's story was supposed to end," said JR Transport owner Darren Doak, who organized the rally. "I miss them every day." Beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, Doak says, thousands of locals came out to watch about 90 trucks meander through Squamish and onto the Sea-to-Sky Highway. Hard worker and team mom Doak says he had known Merrill for 50 years from their shared careers in the trucking and logging industry. According to their obituary, Gail and Merrill Doak were married for 54 years and had moved to Squamish from Montague, P.E.I, in 1969. Merrill was known to many for his "old-school work ethic." "Merrill was an extremely hard worker, whether he was going to work for five minutes, one load, or whether it was going to be a 15-hour day," Doak said, adding that Merrill worked right up until he became ill. His wife, Gail, was known in town as "the ultimate team mom" who volunteered with hockey, soccer, baseball and ringette youth teams in the community. She often travelled with her husband on his trips. Doak says the couple were sent to the Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver shortly after they fell ill. He doesn't know if they had been vaccinated against COVID-19. The pair leave behind four children and seven grandchildren.

Military's diversity, inclusion efforts plagued by shortcomings: internal review

OTTAWA — An internal Defence Department audit completed last fall but only recently released has uncovered significant problems in the military’s attempts to promote diversity and inclusion in the ranks. Those problems included a lack of leadership and insufficient resources and time to push real change, with auditors suggesting the entire effort was poorly defined and planned from the start. The military also failed to set up any ways to measure whether the work they were doing was having any success aside from trying to recruit more women, Indigenous Canadians and people of colour. The audit was completed before the recent rash of allegations of sexual misconduct involving several top commanders, which has cast a harsh light on the military’s failure to eradicate such behaviour despite years of promises. The government has since asked retired Supreme Court justice Louise Arbour to come up with ways to finally eliminate inappropriate sexual behaviour in the Canadian Armed Forces. A senior female officer, Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan, has also been officially tapped to lead the military’s efforts to change its culture, which will include implementing Arbour’s recommendations. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 30, 2021. The Canadian Press

Grizzly believed to have killed Alberta woman is caught and will be euthanized

WATER VALLEY, Alta. — Alberta Fish and Wildlife Enforcement officers have captured a grizzly bear they say fatally attacked a woman while she went for an evening stroll on her property last week. The government agency says the animal will be euthanized. The agency says in a Facebook post that officers captured two large, mature female grizzlies on Saturday near the site of the attack near Water Valley, Alta. on May 25. The post says one of the bears was lactating, but did not appear to be actively nursing due to the minimal volume of milk, and officers do not believe that she had cubs with her. The other bear is a mature sow that was not lactating, and her teeth are extremely worn, which the post says suggests means she is an older and post-prime bear. The post says officers obtained DNA samples from both bears, which were analyzed and confirmed that the older female grizzly with the worn teeth was responsible for the attack. It also concluded that the bear was not the same animal involved in the fatal attack on a man in the Waiparous Village area earlier in May, about 25 kilometres south of where the woman was killed. "The bear that killed the woman will be euthanized later today, in accordance with the grizzly bear response guide," the Facebook post stated. "This decision is never made lightly, and when it is made, it is to prevent more attacks by that particular bear." The post says the second bear will be released at a to-be-determined location. It says all traps will be removed from the area. The woman's body was found partly buried, initially causing wildlife officers to fear the attack was predatory. However, wildlife officer Paul Frame said Friday that was not the case, as the behavior is similar to what is generally seen with a defensive attack. Bear attacks are infrequent in Alberta, rarely totalling more than one a year, although there were three in 2005. The Facebook post from Alberta Fish and Wildlife Enforcement says due to the unusually large number of bears still in the area, residents are urged to observe bear safety rules and guidelines. "Doing so will help keep everyone safe by avoiding human wildlife conflict and prevent a similar tragedy from occurring," the post stated. This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 30, 2021. The Canadian Press

3 people with gunshot wounds walk into hospital after St. James Town shooting

Toronto police say three people made their way to hospital following a shooting in St. James Town Saturday evening. Emergency crews were called to the area of Wellesley Street East and Bleecker Street shortly before 9:30 p.m. ET for reports of shots fired and multiple people seen fleeing the area. When officers arrived, they say they found evidence of gunfire but did not locate any victims at the scene. Police say they were later informed that three victims with gunshot wounds walked into a hospital. There is no update on the conditions, genders or ages of the victims. Police taped off the area near a playground, but could not confirm exactly where the shooting happened. Police do not have any suspect information and are appealing for any witnesses to contact investigators at 416-808-2222.

'Too much British cheese'? U.K. PM Boris Johnson on trade, climate co-operation

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hopeful that Canada and the U.K. can conclude a permanent deal on how much British cheese can enter Canada, just one part of a comprehensive free-trade deal set to be negotiated this fall. Reluctance to "allow too much British cheese to tempt the palates of Canadians" was one sticking point during negotiations over a transitional deal last year, Johnson told CBC News chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton in an exclusive Canadian interview airing Sunday on Rosemary Barton Live. "What's really needed now is more affordable, high-quality British cheese in Canada, and I hope that we can do a deal to allow that," Johnson said. Canada and the United Kingdom completed a transitional trade agreement in November, necessitated by Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. But the agreement did not include a lasting deal on market access for British cheese producers, instead temporarily maintaining the system established under Canada's free-trade agreement with the European Union. Johnson speaks with the CBC's Barton on Friday from 10 Downing Street in London, his official residence.(Adrian Di Virgilio/CBC) Access to Canada's supply-managed dairy market has been a controversial issue in a slew of trade agreements concluded by the federal government in recent years, including the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union. "We were very concerned that dairy might be implicated in that, but we are pleased to see that the government has excluded dairy imports in that particular trade agreement. Now we know that it's an interim agreement that is renewed in three years. That gives them time to negotiate," Dairy Farmers of Canada vice-president David Wiens said after the Canada-U.K. deal was signed in November 2020. Around the same time, an adviser for the National Farmers' Union in Britain said that "a U.K. priority in these negotiations should be to secure greater access for our cheese producers." Johnson pointed to his procurement of Canadian-made "big burly bicycles" — referring to Montreal-based Bixi bikes — when he was mayor of London as proof of his free-trade bona fides. 'We were the beginners of the crime' The prime minister also discussed the issue of co-operation in the fight against climate change, noting he was pleased with Canada's emissions reductions targets, but "I'm not saying you couldn't go further." The U.K. has an aggressive emissions reduction target for 2030 of 68 per cent below 1990 levels, compared with Canada's lower target of between 40 and 45 per cent below 2005 levels. Johnson highlighted a push by his government to secure $100 billion US per year from rich countries to direct toward climate action in developing nations. "After all, we in the U.K., I'm afraid to say we were the first. We were the beginners of the crime," Johnson said, referring to Britain's early industrialization and related hydrocarbon emissions. "We owe it to [developing countries] to support them now in accelerating their move to net-zero. It's not fair otherwise, and I think Justin [Trudeau] totally gets that," he said. Johnson repeatedly said his government and that of Trudeau were in "harmony" on the issue of climate change. You can watch full episodes of Rosemary Barton Live on CBC Gem, the CBC's streaming service.

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How Criminals' Snack Trails Have Led Them Straight into the Slammer

In a classic case of life-imitates-Looney Tunes, a smooth criminal in Iowa City left a trail of snack foods leading from the store he just robbed. When arrested, the man was blackout drunk, smeared in nacho cheese.

The Iowa City police provided scant details of which snacks, exactly, led to Francisco Jacob Munoz&aposs arrest. Nacho cheese, certainly, but we can imagine all manners of Slim Jims and Mallomars and chicharróns strewn down the boulevard. We also visualize a happy crime dog scarfing up each snack as it tracked him (an Iowa City police rep declined to comment).

But Munoz is not alone. He joins a long, proud legacy of criminals foiled by their own appetites. No matter how expertly you plan your caper—Munoz tossed a brick through a gas station window, then grabbed an armload of snacks and beer—if you don&apost clean up your trail of crusts and flavor crystals, you&aposre toast.

Last month, in a sweet little Mother&aposs Day fable, a trio of thieves busted into a Build-a-Burger and Ice Cream Restaurant, stealing $29 and a 10-pound tub of macaroni salad. The buddies took turns eating from the tub as they escaped𠅊nd police followed a macaroni trail to their hideout. At least the restaurant owner was proud: "Obviously, it must be good if they took the whole ten pounds of it."

And in April, a man in Paincourtville, Alabama hit a rough patch of luck after making off with some hot dogs and candy from a Family Dollar. This could have been a successful smash-and-grab if his bags hadn&apost torn open Public Information Officer Robert Martin said he "left a trail (of food) down the street."

In March, a British thief nabbed a milk truck and led police on a high-speed chase through West Midlands. He probably should have closed the truck&aposs side door, though. Chief Inspector Simon Pemberton could barely contain his glee: "It&aposs not often our officers are called to pursue a milk van! The suspect left a trail of breakfast destruction in his wake with bottles of milk and loaves of bread strewn along Small Heath Highway."

Back in fall 2013, four thieves made off with $120 worth of fast food from a Carls Jr. in Rocklin, California. This was the grand finale of an evening of smash-and-grab car break-ins they used a stolen credit card from their spree to buy the food. These guys were so amped from their baller score, they posed on Instagram with the stolen burgers. Apparently police use the Internet, too.

Also on the &aposgram, a couple accused of stealing 700,000 identities had an illicit meeting at a Morton&aposs steakhouse. In a bit of enterprising sleuth work, IRS investigators tracked the couple from a bit of Instagram food porn they had labeled "Morton&aposs." It is unclear why they felt compelled to take the risk it&aposs kind of a gross-looking photo.

In a grislier turn, police caught a break in the recent four-person murder in a DC neighborhood𠅍NA was found on a pizza crust left at the crime scene. Authorities caught up with the suspect and arrested him, but according to his attorney, the accused murderer doesn&apost even like pizza. (Side note: Pizza crust DNA was also used to nab the Grim Sleeper serial killer in 2010.)

A 62-year-old Chinese woman tried to steal 20 buns from a Hong Kong cake shop last year. When spotted by store employees, she frantically tried to wolf down the evidence the woman made it through three buns before police arrived. She ended up getting violent, lashing out at staff and leaving one cop with a "sore face." Even during the altercation, she kept trying to eat the buns.

Three Icelandic men were arrested with tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese, and Mr. Kipling cakes (French Fancies!), taken from a supermarket last January. Thing is, they had actually nicked the food out of a "skip" (British for dumpster) behind the shop they protested their actions weren&apost criminal. "A dishonest action would be wandering into a store and filling your pockets with what is on the shelves," said Paul May, one of the men. "We didn&apost do that." Mercifully, charges were later dropped.

Lesson to would-be criminals? Eat the evidence.

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