A federal judge in Indiana handed down the harsh sentence today (Thursday) after prosecutors and Fogle's lawyers submitted a plea deal. The deal called for him to get between five and 12-and-a-half years, but the judge wasn't bound by that. Nonetheless, Fogle pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and having sex with a minor.
Federal law requires convicts to serve at least 85 percent of their sentences, so Fogle will be in prison for more than 13 years, at minimum.
Last night on the Tonight Show, the star of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 decided to reveal what she says is her most embarrassing moment ever. It happened at a restaurant in Paris where she spotted director Francis Ford Coppola dining with friends. She says she was very anxious to meet him, so she walked over and introduced herself, But when she returned to her table, she realized that her dress was unzipped in the back and her entire butt was exposed to the legendary director and his guests.
"I've never slept less and dealt with more poop, and been so excited about it," the singer told “People” magazine.
During a visit with Jimmy Fallon last September, when Silas was only five months old, he told his pal, "It is the most insanely amazing, most beautiful, unbelievable thing that can ever happen to you"
In the first comic strip about the two unlikely associates, Calvin used a tuna fish sandwich to catch Hobbes in a tiger trap. One would think Hobbes would have learned from that experience! Nevertheless, it caught the heart of a devoted group of fans who can still quote chapter and verse of some of the comic strips today.
The creator behind the strip is Bill Watterson, who published the first one on Nov. 18, 1985. He drew the delightful characters for ten years. Watterson named his cast members after Protestant reformer John Calvin and the philosopher Thomas Hobbes.
Bill Watterson drew “Calvin and Hobbes” for the next decade, giving life to six-year-old Calvin and his tiger friend Hobbes—named after the Protestant reformer John Calvin and the philosopher Thomas Hobbes. It ran in some 2,000 newspapers before Watterson pulled the comic after becoming tired of the constant deadlines.
Throughout the entire 10 years, Watterson never allowed the comic to be used in any commercial form to sell merchandise. There were also several book collections of the comics.