On January 7, 1973, serial killer Edmund Kemper killed his sixth known victim, 19-year-old Cindy Schall. Kemper drove around Cabrillo College campus where he picked up the girl and drove to a secluded wooded area. He then shot her with a .22 caliber pistol. He placed her corpse in his car and drove to his mother’s house. After he got home, he kept her body in his room overnight. The next day, he decapitated her and buried her head in his mother’s garden, facing upward towards her bedroom as a joke. He later remarked that his mother ”always wanted people to look up to her“. He discarded the rest of her body in a ravine.


During his incarceration in 1974, Kemper asked for a lobotomy to be performed on him, claiming it could cure him from his urges.

“Surgery would break the conditioning. It would give me a chance. It wouldn’t eradicate it, it wouldn’t undo it, it would put a break in it”.

The state refused on the grounds that it would be too dangerous.


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Parv getting bullied for wearing dresses, is comforted by Strife

“Ridge is an asshole,” snaps Parvis, hurt and bitter, scrubbing at his eyes. He’s only smudging his mascara - already smeared in streaks down his cheeks from his angry tears - even further, but he doesn’t seem to care. “A complete and utter bastard, a real- a real asshole.”

Surprise surprise, Strife thinks but doesn’t say, because sarcasm and I-told-you-so’s aren’t going to help anyone right now. Instead, he hums quiet agreement, and pulls the pan of milk he’s been heating off the hob. There’s only one cup in front of him, several teaspoons of hot chocolate in the bottom of it, and he listens to Parvis’ continued rant as he tips the milk in and stirs.

“Can’t believe he’d just-” Parvis is saying, kicking off his sandals and tucking his bare feet up onto the sofa. His dress puddles around his thighs, a pale emerald green that matches suspiciously closely to the exact shade of Strife’s freckles. It’s a short, casual thing, summery, overlaid with a floral lace netting in the same shade. “So rude- I didn’t even ask him- not like it’s his body, or his clothes, or-! He’s got no right- none at all- didn’t even- rude- I can’t-”

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EMBRR (Ithaca Beer Co.)

Brewery : Ithaca Beer Co.
Beer : EMBRR
Style : Porter
Variance : It’s Rye!

8.5 / 10

I’m pretty confused by this beer. I’m not quite sure if the EMBRR is supposed to be warming me up with it’s toasty glowing embers or making me freeze my ass off by reminding me of the phrase no one actually uses when they are cold… Brrrrrrrr! Honestly, it doesn’t matter because as we speak I’m bundled up more than Big Boi in the dead of winter at a fur coat show so this beer just hits the spot. For some reason this is only my first review of an Ithaca beer and it’s a great way to get into their lineup. This starts with a great silky chocolate taste with a good amount of sweetness without crossing the line into a dessert beer with just a hint of smoke coming through in the middle before mellowing and leaving you with a great candied coating on your tongue. I’m definitely glad I picked this up on a hunch because it really proved to be a great example of the style. I recommend picking this up for all the porter lovers and the lovers of sticking black things down their throats and as for the freshman drinking class, grab this as soon as you can because once it starts warming up it’ll be gone. Don’t let this one get away! Cheers!

Written by: Steve B.


Couples That Game Together, Stay Together

There’s nothing better than sharing the things you love with the person you love. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we rounded up some “couch co-ops” that gamers can play together on the PS4. Whether you’re collecting loot, killing monsters, or battling each other, gaming is a lot more fun as a twosome.

Borderlands: The Handsome Collection

Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls


Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

LittleBigPlanet 3

Magicka 2

Mortal Kombat X

Rayman Legends

Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)

Rocket League