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The Jeffrey Dahmer Files film

The Jeffrey Dahmer Files

What drives a seemingly mundane man to commit a series of acts so heinous that it captured the attention of a horrified nation? In the summer of 1991 Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in Milwaukee and sentenced to 957 years in prison for killing 17 people and dismembering their bodies. THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES is a film that explores this Midwestern city by meeting those surrounding Dahmer during and after his hidden spree. Recollections from Milwaukee Medical Examiner Jeffrey Jentzen, Police Detective Patrick Kennedy, and neighbor Pamela Bass are interwoven with archival footage and everyday scenes from Dahmer’s life, working collectively to disassemble the facade of an ordinary man leading an ordinary existence.

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Man takes out ad to express anger with Time Warner Cable

Most people I know who have Time Warner Cable tell me they hate them. Most have heard how god-awful their customer service is, especially when it comes to making and keeping appointments. But while most people have no recourse but to complain to some underpaid customer service rep, Eugene Mirman lived out many a fantasy by writing a letter comparing the cable company to Stalin and Jeffrey Dahmer — and then publishing it as a full-page ad in two newspapers (New York Press and in the Greenpoint Gazette). Here is that letter. Click image for larger view. It’s a victory for us small people. (via ABC News)

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