ETA: Error in title. It should be University of Notre Dame, not Notre Dame College.
On the morning of March 22nd, 1975, 62-year-old Helen Tobolski arrived at her job at the University of Notre Dame where she worked as a custodian. Helen punched her time card at 7am. She gathered her cleaning materials, and filled a mop bucket with water before heading over to the campus Aerospace Engineering building.
At 9am an engineering professor named Dr. Hugh Ackert entered the building. As he walked from the offices to the machine shop, he found Helen lying in a hallway in a pool of blood. She had been shot in the head. Written on a blackboard in the classroom across from Helen was a bizarre message:
”2-21-75 the day I died.”
An autopsy revealed that Helen had been shot at close range in her left ear with a small caliber gun.
Helens body was discovered at the north end of a hallway, while her mop bucket was found, unused, at the south end of the hallway. Both of the doors were locked Fr... keep reading on reddit ➡
In March 1980, new magma began to intrude beneath Mount St. Helens. Over the next 2 months, the north flank of the mountain began to bulge up to 450 feet (~150 m) outward. At 0832 am, Sunday May 18th, 15-20 seconds after a M5.1 earthquake, the north flank collapsed in the largest recorded landslide, allowing the pressurized magma to explode outward in a lateral blast and pyroclastic density current that levelled ~230 square miles of forest. Over the next ~9 hours, about 0.3 cubic miles of ash and pumice erupted explosively. That ash was distributed locally as highly destructive pyroclastic flows and hundreds of miles away as ash fall. The eruption had profound impacts on the science of volcanology, volcano monitoring, hazard communication, and hazard mitigation.keep reading on reddit ➡
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40 years ago this month, Mt. St. Helens erupted. We’ve assembled some of the top volcano scientists to field your questions about Mt. St Helens and an assortment of other topics. Our scientists mainly helm from the Cascades Volcano Observatory, part of USGS.
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On Friday, March 14, 1969, 11-year-old Suzy Klassen arrived home from school and walked into her Elkhart, Indiana home to find her mother, 41-year-old Helen Klassen, laying in a pool of blood. Suzy ran to a neighbors house, who called police.
Police entered the home and discovered Helen’s body lying in a blood-soaked hallway of the ranch style house that she shared with her four daughters, Ruth (16), Frieda (14), Bess (13), and Suzy (11), and her husband, Dr. Otto Klassen.
An Autopsy revealed that Helen had been beaten, raped, strangled with fabric from her sewing room, and shot four times. It was determined a 38-caliber gun or revolver was used to shoot Helen who was shot once in the leg, once in a rib, and twice in the chest.
The coroner estimated that Helen had been killed sometime around noon that day, before being discovered by Suzy at 4PM.
Investigators believe Helen was attacked in her sewing room, then either attempted to crawl out of the room to escape, or was dragged... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I had one previous post here about my JNMIL’s (now Homeopathy Helen) kind of insane religious experience where she decided God gave her a panic attack so she would know how SO and I feel on a daily basis with our respective anxiety disorders. Events transpired today and I feel like I need an update.
SO (26m) and I (23f) got a text from Homeopathy Helen a few days ago that she sent us something in the mail. Occasionally, she will send us recipes or cards or something else innocuous, so we didn’t think much of it. Well, the package arrived today. It was two tins of herbal lozenges with a note that read something to the effect of “I told my friend who you know is very into alternative medicine about my panic attack and she said that she takes these for anxiety and she immediately feels at peace. They’re all natural and won’t hurt you. Try taking one or two when you get anxious instead of those pills.”
Well, I looked up the ingredients and while none of them technically would hurt the... keep reading on reddit ➡
Yikes!!!! What do we think??
Maybe I missed something. The box has a separate bottom.
Helen said it. The music is a distraction. She rocks the box forward, removes the bottom panel, replaces it and tips the box upright again.
Is it too simple or did I miss something?
Welcome to another installment of 🎉Drag🎉Your🎉Favorites🎉, the review series where we take a deeply penetrating look into /r/romancebooks most popular titles.
This week we’re dragging The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang. Here comes The Good, The Bad, and
The Ugly The Trust Fund.
^(Fine Print: This is not an Official Thing. There will be spoilers. I have used spoiler tags wherever possible, but those things are incredibly fickle so proceed at your own risk.)
I’ve never read a book with the love coach trope and I was skeptical going in. Didn’t really know what to think of the reverse Pretty Woman thing. But if I was gonna read a love coach book, this is how I wanted it to be.
Reading about a non-neurotypical heroine was an excellent experience. In my career field, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many people with autism spectrum disorder—both male and female—and while I’ve usually be... keep reading on reddit ➡
This news24 article about Helen Zille's tweet and BBBEE laws confuses me because it makes no sense.
The article (which I can't seem to find now) states that the Constitution of South Africa prohibits discrimination in legislation unless to promote equality but the laws in question being the BBBEE laws... promote equality... by hindering... the... minority?
The whole reason this was brought up is because BBBEE status, race, gender, age, or disability is used to determine who gets Covid-19 aid and who doesn't.
It's funny that all of these criteria (apart from BBBEE status) are listed in the Bill of Rights as criteria upon which employers MAY NOT DISCRIMINATE on in hiring practices.
What confuses me is:
On June 27th 1880 Helen Keller was born.
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I just wanted to make a post expressing my love for Helen Glover. When people think of Thailand, they think of a boring season with only one person to ever return again. I love Shii Ann, but I just feel Helen Glover was a much better player (and character). I thought her confessionals were snarky and funny, I thought she was the second best player (after Brian), and I just felt her presence was much more fun than almost everyone else.
She was almost on All Stars, so I wish she would’ve been invited back a second time. I just want to see if there are any others who have an appreciation for Helen. What is your opinion on her?
They rearranged the furniture.
Hi reddit! In our new world of social distancing, people are constantly scrolling through their phones, looking for the latest news on COVID-19. Where is it? What's it doing? Science journalists are working overtime to provide the answers, and in this AMA they will answer your questions: Where we get our information, and how to evaluate the real-time science flooding the internet.
I am Laura Helmuth (@laurahelmuth). I’m the health and science editor for the Washington Post for a few more days, and soon to be the editor-in-chief of Scientific American. I’ve also been an editor for National Geographic, Slate, Smithsonian, and Science magazines, and I’m the immediate past president of the National Association of Science Writers.
I am Helen Branswell (@HelenBranswell). I’m a senior writer at STAT, an online news publication focused on health, where I cover... keep reading on reddit ➡
Helen should have been the star.
She actually went through a pretty good character arc.
I especially love the part when she finally stood up to her snobby sister. "Just do what I say God damn it!"
Her performance throughout her chase scene was final girl worthy until the very last second. It was so frustrating when she didn't make it.
Julie's a pretty weak character, a cheap ass Sidney-wannabe. And Jennifer Love Hewitt's performance was average at best.
Sidenote: Even though he was a prick, I would have liked it better if Barry survived instead of Ray and Freddie Prinze's wooden ass acting.
Ben is alive and being held captive in Mexico, and Marty planned it. The scene earlier in the series where Marty looks around Sue the therapists house and discovers she had been killed revealed more to him much more then that. Navarros assassin cleaned up all evidence of the Byrdes association with Sue. Yet this professional inexplicably leaves behind evidence (the ledger) that Helen was there shortly before her disappearance. That fact that his own name shows up is irrelevant, it's highly doubtable that's his real name. Yet he inexcusably leaves Helen's full name. That wasn't a mistake. That told Marty that Helen had already fallen out of favor with Navarro, and the assassin was taking orders directly from Navarro. So Marty struck a deal. He gave Ben a way to survive for now, Wendy a chance to prove her loyalty (by "killing" her own brother) and gave Navarro leverage against them (Ben) in exchange for eliminating Helen.
Edit* Wait what? I forgot, does he actually tell Ruth "You don't... keep reading on reddit ➡
that is all :)
Say hello to Michael and Stella for me and be prepared to consider, "one handed reading" because it is 🔥🔥🔥.😉