Serial Killing Probe in CT, 7 Bodies Found; Millennials Are Biggest Labor Force Generation; ‘Fifty Shades’ Parody
Here are the things you need to know on May 12.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following:
- New Britain Police say they now believe remains of seven people have been found in a wooded area behind a strip mall are the work of a serial killer, according to Metro News Source. Police identified three of the victims several years ago, and now say four more bodies were dumped near Hartford Road as well. One of those has been identified as Melanie Camilini, who was 29-years-old when she disappeared in 2003. Police say they have identified a single suspect in the case, an unidentified man currently locked up in an out of state prison.
- Make way for the "Millennials" because they are now the biggest generation in the U.S. labor force. More than 53 million Americans, 34 percent of the work force, were born after 1981. Millennials now outnumber members of Generation X. Combined Millennials and Gen Xers outnumber working Baby Boomers. The 45-million working Americans born from 1946 to 1964 now make up less than 30-percent of the workforce.
- Be still my thighs, and wipe the tears from my eyes! Marlon Wayans is ready to poke fun at "Fifty Shades of Grey." According to the "Hollywood Reporter," Wayans is writing a spoof of the erotic drama titled "Fifty Shades of Black." Marlon Wayans is also slated to star in the parody, which will arrive early next year. For my money Wayans is one hell of a funny man. While I loved all three of the books and the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie, I'm ready to see what hilarity will ensue.
- Are you living in hope that someday the commute might be flawless? MetroNorth President Joseph Giulietti says the embattled commuter rail line is making progress. Giulietti went on to reassure lawmakers that safety is their top priority. Giulietti says they still have a long list of changes to be made, with plenty more catch up work to be done.
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