Chunky Blonde Highlights courtesy of Kristy Gardner @ Studio FX A Paul Mitchell Focus Salon

Chunky Blonde Highlights courtesy of Kristy Gardner @ Studio FX A Paul Mitchell Focus Salon

The Walmart de Mexico scandal - let the punishment fit the crime...Stacey Mitchell in Grist

The Walmart de Mexico scandal: Here’s a punishment that befits the crime

The Walmart de Mexico scandal - let the punishment fit the crime...Stacey Mitchell in Grist

Two Australian lesbian "vampire" lovers, Jessica Stasinowsky, 21, and 19-year-old Valerie Parashumti  who drank blood and were sexually aroused by violence were sentenced to life in prison in 2008 for the brutal killing of British-born 16-year-old Stacey Mitchell. They bludgeoned Stacey to death with a concrete block, strangled her with a dog chain then celebrated with a kiss over her body. They dumped Stacey's body in a garbage bin.  They have to serve a minimum of 24 years in prison.

Two Australian lesbian "vampire" lovers, Jessica Stasinowsky, 21, and 19-year-old Valerie Parashumti who drank blood and were sexually aroused by violence were sentenced to life in prison in 2008 for the brutal killing of British-born 16-year-old Stacey Mitchell. They bludgeoned Stacey to death with a concrete block, strangled her with a dog chain then celebrated with a kiss over her body. They dumped Stacey's body in a garbage bin. They have to serve a minimum of 24 years in prison.

A funnel cloud spotted in south suburban Monee on Friday. (Credit: Stacey Mitchell, of Peotone)

A funnel cloud spotted in south suburban Monee on Friday. (Credit: Stacey Mitchell, of Peotone)

Have you ever heard of the Red String of Fate? Author Stacey J. Mitchell has a new, unique take on it that will keep you turning the pages of her book Read Threads to find out more. What are the re...

Have you ever heard of the Red String of Fate? Author Stacey J. Mitchell has a new, unique take on it that will keep you turning the pages of her book Read Threads to find out more. What are the re...

He's her lobster | @Stacey McKenzie Mitchell thought you'd love this!

Lobster Love

Mike Mitchell by stacey

Mike Mitchell by stacey

A National Geographic article from 1952, “The Mohawks Scrape the Sky,” paints a detailed portrait of Little Caughnawaga’s Mohawk steelworkers, and vaguely comments with the removed supremacy of mid-century ethnography that there is “no sure explanation” for the Mohawk’s “relative freedom from fear of heights.”

A National Geographic article from 1952, “The Mohawks Scrape the Sky,” paints a detailed portrait of Little Caughnawaga’s Mohawk steelworkers, and vaguely comments with the removed supremacy of mid-century ethnography that there is “no sure explanation” for the Mohawk’s “relative freedom from fear of heights.”

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