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Chicago, Church, and Hello: your-fave-is-catholic: Your Fave Is Catholic: John Mulaney Known for: Emmy Award winning television actor, stand-up comedian, producer. He is probably best known for being a cast member on the hit television show Saturday Night Live, but other television shows under his belt include Best Week Ever, Mayne Street, Ugly Americans, Kroll Show, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Big Mouth, several more appearances here there. He also has had his own stand-up comedy specials, those being The Top Part, John Mulaney: New In Town, John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid, John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City. Additionally, he also is part of the comedy act The Oh, Hello Show with fellow comedian Nick Kroll. He is also going to be the voice of Peter Porker/Spider Ham in the upcoming film Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse.  Evidence of Faith: Various sources confirm that John’s father, Charles W. “Chip” Mulaney, Jr., was an Irish Catholic man. Because of this, it’s safe to say that he raised John as a Catholic. In an interview with St. Louis Today, John also confirms that he attended at Jesuit run high School (St. Ignatius in Chicago) was greatly inspired with the great missionary work adventures his teachers would go on. Additionally, somebody here on Tumblr informed the mod of some other evidence as well. In his stand-up special Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, he does a routine where he talks about going to church as a kid, that while he may poke fun at the Catholic faith, he gets offended when non-Catholics poke fun at it, since his parents are still highly religious. Lastly, in an interview with Stephen Colbert, he talks about his experience as an altar boy how they both chose their Confirmation names after their late brothers.
Chicago, Church, and Hello: your-fave-is-catholic:
Your Fave Is Catholic: John Mulaney
Known for: Emmy Award winning television actor, stand-up comedian,  producer. He is probably best known for being a cast member on the hit television show Saturday Night Live, but other television shows under his belt include Best Week Ever, Mayne Street, Ugly Americans, Kroll Show, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Big Mouth,  several more appearances here  there. He also has had his own stand-up comedy specials, those being The Top Part, John Mulaney: New In Town, John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid,  John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City. Additionally, he also is part of the comedy act The Oh, Hello Show with fellow comedian Nick Kroll. He is also going to be the voice of Peter Porker/Spider Ham in the upcoming film Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse. 
Evidence of Faith: Various sources confirm that John’s father, Charles W. “Chip” Mulaney, Jr., was an Irish Catholic man. Because of this, it’s safe to say that he raised John as a Catholic. In an interview with St. Louis Today, John also confirms that he attended at Jesuit run high School (St. Ignatius in Chicago)  was greatly inspired with the great missionary work  adventures his teachers would go on. Additionally, somebody here on Tumblr informed the mod of some other evidence as well. In his stand-up special Kid Gorgeous at Radio City, he does a routine where he talks about going to church as a kid,  that while he may poke fun at the Catholic faith, he gets offended when non-Catholics poke fun at it, since his parents are still highly religious. Lastly, in an interview with Stephen Colbert, he talks about his experience as an altar boy  how they both chose their Confirmation names after their late brothers.

your-fave-is-catholic: Your Fave Is Catholic: John Mulaney Known for: Emmy Award winning television actor, stand-up comedian, producer. He ...

Bad, Bored, and Children: St. Louis day care accused of running a toddler 'Fight Club' 😮😮😳 A day care center in St. Louis encouraged toddlers to viciously brawl with each other in a "fight club," according to a lawsuit from the mother of one of the children and video of the incident that was released Wednesday. Nicole Merseal said her then-4-year-old son, and another child were instructed by teachers Mikayla Guliford and Tena Dailey, to punch and hit each other at the Adventure Learning Center in December, 2016, according to the suit filed earlier this year. Merseal, of St. Charles, Missouri, accused the day care in court documents of permitting another child "to intimidate and harm" her son while directing a "fight club." The video shows Merseal’s youngest son and another boy wearing Incredible Hulk toy fists and punching each other while a teacher looks on. One of Merseal's sons recorded the episode on his iPad and sent it to her. She then called the police and had them visit the day care and interview the director and staff. Her children were also questioned by investigators. In documents released by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Jennifer Scott, the director of the center, said that when she confronted Guliford about the incident, she said the children "were bored" and that "we ran out of things to do." Scott fired Guliford and Dailey and contacted the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline, according to the health department. Guliford admitted to having the children fight, according to state documents. She said she took the children to the lower floor of the building because of a broken heating system on the other floors. "I meant for the fighting with the Hulk Hands to be a stress release exercise," she said. "It did not last more than three or four minutes." Guliford said no children were hurt in the incident but "it was still a bad judgment call on my part." But the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office declined to prosecute the teachers.
Bad, Bored, and Children: St. Louis day care accused of running a toddler 'Fight Club' 😮😮😳 A day care center in St. Louis encouraged toddlers to viciously brawl with each other in a "fight club," according to a lawsuit from the mother of one of the children and video of the incident that was released Wednesday. Nicole Merseal said her then-4-year-old son, and another child were instructed by teachers Mikayla Guliford and Tena Dailey, to punch and hit each other at the Adventure Learning Center in December, 2016, according to the suit filed earlier this year. Merseal, of St. Charles, Missouri, accused the day care in court documents of permitting another child "to intimidate and harm" her son while directing a "fight club." The video shows Merseal’s youngest son and another boy wearing Incredible Hulk toy fists and punching each other while a teacher looks on. One of Merseal's sons recorded the episode on his iPad and sent it to her. She then called the police and had them visit the day care and interview the director and staff. Her children were also questioned by investigators. In documents released by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Jennifer Scott, the director of the center, said that when she confronted Guliford about the incident, she said the children "were bored" and that "we ran out of things to do." Scott fired Guliford and Dailey and contacted the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline, according to the health department. Guliford admitted to having the children fight, according to state documents. She said she took the children to the lower floor of the building because of a broken heating system on the other floors. "I meant for the fighting with the Hulk Hands to be a stress release exercise," she said. "It did not last more than three or four minutes." Guliford said no children were hurt in the incident but "it was still a bad judgment call on my part." But the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office declined to prosecute the teachers.

St. Louis day care accused of running a toddler 'Fight Club' 😮😮😳 A day care center in St. Louis encouraged toddlers to viciously brawl with ...

Memes, News, and Party: wouL "I THINK IT'S GREAT!" Republican Party HQ vandalism suspect boasts in on-camera interview before arrest Hours after he allegedly spray painted the words 'rape' and 'shame' dozens of time on the Winnebago County Republican Party headquarters Sunday morning, suspect Timothy Damm (42) talked with an Eyewitness News reporter at the scene. "I think it's great," Damm said of the vandalism. "I haven't been great with the Republicans right in my neighborhood, but somebody labeled them for what they are. I'm happy about that." Damm was wearing a pink shirt with the same date printed on the back when he was interviewed. When asked if he thought the vandal had gotten their message across, Damm replied, "I think they did... Republican equals rape. That they support rape, they encourage rape, and if you rape someone, they will defend you." Damm was detained later Sunday at the Walmart on Riverside Blvd. where police found him in possession of additional cans of spray paint in a shopping bag. He was taken into custody on Monday. Damm was charged with criminal damage to property and resisting a police officer. He faces up to one to three years in prison, if convicted. According to the criminal complaint, Damm danced on the table in the police interview room, stacked chairs and furnishings, and stripped down to his underwear. The complaint goes on to say that when police tried to escort Damm from the interview room he thrashed his arms and legs and refused to sit in the holding room. He was then taken to the floor and restrained in handcuffs.
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"I THINK IT'S GREAT!" Republican Party HQ vandalism suspect boasts in on-camera interview before arrest Hours after he allegedly spray painted the words 'rape' and 'shame' dozens of time on the Winnebago County Republican Party headquarters Sunday morning, suspect Timothy Damm (42) talked with an Eyewitness News reporter at the scene. "I think it's great," Damm said of the vandalism. "I haven't been great with the Republicans right in my neighborhood, but somebody labeled them for what they are. I'm happy about that." Damm was wearing a pink shirt with the same date printed on the back when he was interviewed. When asked if he thought the vandal had gotten their message across, Damm replied, "I think they did... Republican equals rape. That they support rape, they encourage rape, and if you rape someone, they will defend you." Damm was detained later Sunday at the Walmart on Riverside Blvd. where police found him in possession of additional cans of spray paint in a shopping bag. He was taken into custody on Monday. Damm was charged with criminal damage to property and resisting a police officer. He faces up to one to three years in prison, if convicted. According to the criminal complaint, Damm danced on the table in the police interview room, stacked chairs and furnishings, and stripped down to his underwear. The complaint goes on to say that when police tried to escort Damm from the interview room he thrashed his arms and legs and refused to sit in the holding room. He was then taken to the floor and restrained in handcuffs.

"I THINK IT'S GREAT!" Republican Party HQ vandalism suspect boasts in on-camera interview before arrest Hours after he allegedly spray paint...