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​Man Robs Bank Dressed as Santa During SF Santacon


So I'm glad to say that our 4th annual Fresno Santacon didn't have this happen. This guy is part jerk (only jerks rob banks) and part genius for his way to blend into the crowd.

Here's the full story:

Man Dressed As St. Nick Robs Downtown San Francisco Bank During SantaCon

He knows if you've been bad or good, and he apparently also knows when your guard is down.
This last Saturday, some Scrooge dressed as Santa—much like most the rest of the city during the SantaCon street party —tiptoed right into a Wells Fargo bank on Sutter Street downtown, and robbed it.
The real life Man With The Bag approached the teller window in the early afternoon with a demand note in hand, and then gracefully walked away.

The sneaky St. Nick was described only as a man in his 40s or 50s standing about 5-feet, 11-inches tall. KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez was the first to track down FBI photos revealing that he was wearing an ill-fitting beard.

He slipped into the SantaCon crowed filled with hundreds of merry-makers who were drinking and partying in the streets around Union Square.

"The suspect decided to take advantage of this event dressed as a Santa," said SFPD spokeswoman Grace Gatpandan.

Similar crimes have been depicted by Hollywood, and naughty Santas have been caught on camera carrying out crimes from Florida to Australia. However, the crowd of Santas in the streets on Saturday give this criminal an added layer of anonymity.

FBI Special Agent Brian Weber told KPIX 5 the agency is investigating the matter jointly with the San Francisco Police Department. Weber said anyone with information about the identity or whereabouts of the suspect should contact their nearest FBI office or dial 911.

Tips could also be submitted at tips.fib.gov.

Source: cwsanfrancisco.cbslocal.com
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​Top 5 Christmas Movies According to the New Rock Nation

Yesterday we had a lively debate about the best Christmas movies and whether or not all those lists floating around about the subject are legit or complete BS. Well according to my very scientific calculations, the Top 5 Christmas Movies according to votes during the Morning After and on Facebook and Twitter are as follows:

1. "A Christmas Story"

2. "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation"

3. "Elf"

Tie for 4th- "Nightmare Before Christmas" and the "Home Alone" movies

Thanks everyone to everyone who voted!
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Need Weekend Plans?

Here are a few options.

New Releases in Theaters:

Exodus: Gods and Kings—Christian Bale stars as Moses in director Ridley Scott's Biblical epic based on the Book of Exodus.

Click here for movie info, show times, reviews, trailers and more.

New Rock on the Streets:

Join me 12/13 from 11a-4p at Athletic Performance in Old Town Clovis for an open house, fitness challenge to benefit Juliana's Heart and collect toys for Toys for Tots. Click here for all of the info.

Santacon 2014! Santa and his merry crew congregates at Score on Olive in the Tower District at 7pm on 12/13 for holiday hijinks, drinks and more. Don't miss our 4th annual pub crawl. Click here for the details.
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Did Courtney Kill Kurt?

New film about the death of Kurt Cobain is in the final stages of production and it does not make Courtney look good... this is going to be one worth watching.

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Power Lifting Grandma Don't Care

As many of us are facing the challenges of trying to make healthy decisions admist all of the holiday temptations, here's a woman that will either A) inspire you B) make you feel like a little bitch for complaining or C) both.

I wish she was my grandma and my gym buddy.

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I Just Found THE Christmas Song of 2014

Ladies and gents, you too will want a John Cena lunchbox after watching this video... His rap game is strong.

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Need Plans for the Long Weekend?


New Releases in Theaters:

Penguins of Madagascar—The penguins from Madagascar get their own film in this DreamWorks Animation production. When a villainous octopus named Dave (voice of John Malkovich) hatches a plan to eliminate the penguins, Skipper (voice of Tom McGrath), Kowalski (voice of Chris Miller), Rico (John DiMaggio) and Private (Christopher Knights) must team with a clandestine animal organization known as North Wind to thwart the diabolical plan.

Horrible Bosses 2—After a shady investor steals their new company, Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) conspire to kidnap the man's adult son and ransom him to regain control.

Click here for movie info, show times, reviews, trailers and more.

Other Cool Stuff:

Need a break from football?  Want to show visiting family what Bulldogs football is all about? Don’t miss the final New Rock Tailgate at Swiggs for the Fresno State v. Hawaii game.  Party starts at Swiggs at 2 PM.  Click here for all of the details.  

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It's Christmastime at Disneyland!

For the next several weeks, Skip has tickets for you to check out the Disneyland Resort all done up for the holidays.  Check out this video showing just how much work goes into getting park ready... Warning: You will REALLY want to go after seeing this.  Good luck winning!

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Breaking Bad Meets Frozen

And here you thought you've seen all of the covers from "Frozen" that you could handle...

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Need Weekend Plans?

Here are some options.
 
New Releases in Theaters:
 
Dumb & Dumber To—Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprise their roles as lovable imbeciles Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne in this sequel to Dumb and Dumber from original directing duo Bobby and Peter Farrelly. The story finds the dim-witted pals setting out out on a wacky road trip to find Harry's long-lost daughter.
 
Foxcatcher—Steve Carell steps into dramatic territory with this docudrama about John du Pont, the schizophrenic millionaire who infamously shot and killed his friend and Olympic gold-medal wrestler Dave Schultz before locking himself in his mansion as police officers negotiated his surrender for two days. Moneyball's Bennett Miller directed from a script by E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman. 
 
Beyond the Lights—Romance ignites between a troubled young singer on the cusp of stardom, and a handsome young cop with political ambitions in this drama about the power of walking your own path. Noni Jean (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is a talented singer whose ethereal voice has taken the world of music by storm. A glimpse beneath the surface, however, reveals a girl who's cracking under the pressure to top the charts. When Noni tries to end it all, concerned cop Kaz Nicol (Nate Parker) pulls her back from the ledge, and shows her that life is still worth living. Along the way, Noni and Kaz fall head over heels in love. Meanwhile, the powers that be conspire to keep them apart as well as focused on their respective careers. But without Kaz's love, Noni may never find her true voice.
 
Click here for movie info, show times, reviews, trailers and more.
 
New Rock on the Streets:
 
Join Hammer and the New Rock Street Team at the Grand Re-Opening of Check Into Cash on Saturday 11/15 from 11 AM to 1 PM.  Click here for the details.
 
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