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A woman was taken into police custody today after threatening to blow up, Archeology, the well known chain of high end clothing for women. Information on this breaking story is still not verified, but it seems the woman began waving around a stick of dynamite when a sales associate informed her they no longer carried size 14 in blue jeans. She is described as being in her late 40's, bleached blond hair, wearing a long gray cashmere coat and black cowboy boots. She is a size 14 at least.
Apparently she walked into the store at around noon today. Several witnesses reported that after only a few minutes, she became very agitated. At one point, she cornered a sales associate and said, "Where are the size 14 blue jeans?" The associate replied, "We don't carry them anymore." When the still as yet unidentified woman asked to see the manager, the associate replied: "She's not here, she's taking her SAT's."
The woman became even more agitated and demanded a pair of jeans. At this point, three or four other associates as well as several worried customers began combing through the piles of neatly folded blue jeans. Hoping against hope, playing against time--- perhaps a miracle. Perhaps a pair of blue jeans that would fit.
But this was not to be.
While there were plenty of size 2, 4, 6, and 8, no one could find size 10 let alone 14. Again, according to sources, this is when the highly emotional woman pulled out the stick of dynamite and threatened to blow up the store. As of right now, we don't have any more information on this developing story. But STay tuneD. In closing, one might be tempted to draw a parallel between this and the story last week of a woman who held her plastic surgeon hostage for fifteen days. Her HMO didn't cover her nose job. Are we seeing a trend here?
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