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Wondering when this dry spell will end.

What did I do to deserve this oh Lord.

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This little girl is so expressive I am in love.

(via thevintagesparrow)

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Well. I don’t know. (at Stevenson Hall)

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UPDATE: None of this (kind of) matters because the Journal Star has reported no charges will be filed in relation to the parody account.

Now that we’ve all had time to breath following the deadline rush of last night’s City Council meeting, I thought I’d compile the biggest moments.

One thing you need to know about last night, though, is that the people who spoke in defense of those who were targeted by police were passionate and eloquent (in my opinion). The two who spoke in defense of Ardis were uneven and appeared ill-informed over what Twitter is, and how it used. But the most important thing about last night is this:

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Some of my photos for @dailyeasternnews are pinned up in Coleman. @eiu (at Coleman Hall)

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An admission from a citizen at a heated City Council meeting

storyofthesummer:

If police contend that the parody Twitter account which prompted a raid a week ago tonight amounted to “impersonating a public official,” they have another target following tonight’s City Council meeting.
April Clemons, who was one of several to speak in the public comments portion of a meeting…

Great reporting from my friend @justinglawe back home.

This saga isn’t over yet.

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Keeping up with new back home (#peoriamayor) thanks to the @pjstar via twitter and @wcburadio (at The Daily Eastern News)

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A few more weeks of dining hall food. #cookfordays (at Thomas Hall Dining Center)

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My night. I should be able to figure this out right?

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Dinner. (at Thomas Hall Dining Center)

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Found at Stately Wayne Manor, where Jon D lives.

When the cops showed up at his home with a search warrant to find the person behind a Twitter account that made fun of Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis, Jake Elliot was caught off guard. He opened the door and stepped onto the porch. A police officer shoved her hand into Elliott’s pants, demanding, “What’s in your pocket? What’s in your pocket?”

Shaken by the gun-toting cops, Elliott panicked. “I don’t know!”

It was his phone, and like most of the electronics in the home, known to its residents as Stately Wayne Manor, the device was confiscated by the police.

Here’s a few of the side-effects of the raid carried out Tuesday night:

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