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NYPD riot units conduct drills NEW YORK. In the wake of

the London riots, the NYPD Disorder Control Unit held a “mobilization exercise” on Randall’s Island on Friday to rehearse its response should out-ofcontrol riots break out here, Metro has learned. Approximately 180 po-

lice officers total from each borough’s task force, including the horseback and aviation units, came out for the drill, according to police. “The London response wasn’t that great — they were outnumbered and taken by surprise,” said

Mike Codella, a retired NYPD detective. When he was on the force, riot drills happened once a year at most, he said. The training exercise comes the same week the NYPD has stepped up its monitoring of social media, used to organize may-

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Manhattan’s inner manhood exposed Madison Square home to phallic art Piece creates new nickname for park It’s just because New Yorkers are repressed, says one therapist METRO

Some folks just can’t help but see sex in this city: A recently erected sculpture in Madison Square Park has been turning heads for all the wrong reasons. Murray Hill resident Joe Schmidt, 59, walks his pooch daily at the dog run in the park and noticed that the oblong art installation of a child’s head actually resembles another body part. “The side with a face looks like a face,” said Schmidt. “But without that it looks like something else.” Schmidt and a handful of his friends have rebranded the public space “dildo park.” “We make fun of it. It’s just such a phallic piece,” said Schmidt. “God bless the artist who did it.” A spokesperson for Madison Square Park insisted that the art piece by Jaume Plensa is explicitly not sexu-

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al and maintains it’s just supposed to look like a 9year-old girl. It was based on the Greek myth of the mountain nymph Echo. But in the right light, any one of NYC’s iconic buildings can resemble the male member, says psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert. He calls it just another circumstance of city living. “New York City is one big projection test,” said Alpert. “The otherwise ambiguous stimuli such as skyscrapers and sculptures reveal hidden emotions. This isn’t surprising, given that New Yorkers are so sexually repressed.”

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like boobs,” admitted Shiorily Paulino, 21, a manager at Meatpacking staple Carte Blanche. “But I don’t have a problem with that.” METRO/EAE

“After a while, everything starts to trigger sexual thoughts,” said therapist Jonathan Alpert. “The Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Lady Liberty’s flaming torch.” What about the Flatiron Building, above?

York Sen. Charles Schumer is demanding that all electric, water and utility plants require FBI background checks for employees granted access to sensitive areas. Right now, only nuclear power plants are required to conduct FBI background checks. METRO/CB


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NYPD cop dies in boating accident Son found bobbing alone in Long Island Sound Investigators still scratching their heads over cause A sunny day of kayaking for a New York City police officer and his young son turned deadly Friday in a bizarre boating accident that has left investigators puzzled. NYPD officer Patrick Luca, 41, a 21-year veteran cop who worked out of police headquarters in Lower Manhattan, took his 5-yearold son out for a routine kayaking trip at 1:30 Friday afternoon in Long Island Sound, near his Smithtown, Long Island, home. At approximately 2:45 p.m. that same day,

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passers-by on a motorboat found the officer’s son, alive and bobbing in Smithtown Bay near the mouth of the Nissequogue River. The boy was wearing a life jacket, and was scared and shivering. The kayak was found 500 yards away. After a search, Luca’s body was found at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, two miles away and floating face-

ing just after 5 a.m. Saturday. The woman fled into the hallway, where her super found her, and her attacker ran out the front door. The attack comes only days after a man was arrested for groping women on the Upper East Side as they walked to and from the subway. Citywide, rape is up 10 percent, with 788 rapes occurring through August of 2010, compared to 872 so far this year. METRO/CB

down in Smithtown Bay. He wasn’t wearing a life jacket. Luca was an experienced swimmer and often took his son kayaking, according to reports. There were items found in the small boat, leading police to believe the kayak didn’t capsize on the calm day. All the boy could tell police was he watched his father “go down” into the water, according to the Daily News. CARLY BALDWIN

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Cops: Fatal cabbie brawl QUEENS. A livery driver is accused of stabbing a fellow cabbie to death after the two fought over a fare from Long Island, according to the New York Post. William Mena, 32, was murdered Friday night in a parking lot in North Hempstead about three hours after he got into a heated argument with Christopher Heron, 35, of Jamaica, Queens. Heron was charged with seconddegree murder. METRO/EAE


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Five dead in stage collapse at fair Five people died Saturday night in the collapse of an outdoor concert stage at the Indiana State Fair; more than 40 people were injured. The collapse occurred just minutes before the country duo Sugarland was set to begin performing. Concert officials had informed spectators the show might have to be postponed due to the winds, but a strong gust blew the stage over before any official evacuation order was issued. REUTERS

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commandos to abandon it. “The U.S. now has information that Pakistan, particularly the ISI, gave access to the Chinese military to the downed helicopter in Abbottabad,” the paper quoted a person “in intelligence circles” as saying. Pakistan, which enjoys a close relationship with China, allowed Chinese intelligence officials to take pictures of the crashed chopper as well as take samples of its special “skin” that allowed the American raid to evade Pakistani radar, the newspaper reported. Pakistan’s top spy agency denied the report. REUTERS

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If you graduate from law school but struggle to get a job, whose fault is it? According to a New York City law firm, it could be your school’s fault. Kurzon Strauss LLP has filed class action lawsuits against New York Law School and Thomas M. Cooley Law School for exaggerating postgraduate employment and salary rates in order to recruit students. Seven former students who graduated from either NYLS or Thomas Cooley are behind the suit. “We are bringing these suits because thousands of young lawyers, like the

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sheriff’s station. “It was almost like a symphony of misery. You’ve got a multitude of phones ringing simultaneously,” said headquarters bureau Capt. Mike Parker to the L.A. Times about the prank, which he likened to a “phone flash mob.” During the three-hour cascade of calls asking about the internship, the police station also took legit calls about a missing person, a spousal abuse incident, two robberies and a stolen vehicle, per the Times. Parker, who figured out what was happening rather early, tweeted The Game to have him take down the post, to which the rapper replied:

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“30 Rock” star Tina Fey and husband Jeff Richmond welcomed their second daughter last week, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. Penelope Athena was born Aug. 10, joining her big sister, 5year-old Alice. Fey wrote in her memoir, “Bossypants,” that she felt compelled to give Alice a sibling: “I thought that raising an on-

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If, during the U.K. riots, you thought: “If only Austin Powers were still around” (note: I’m pretty sure none of you thought that), rest assured! Mike Myers has signed a deal to star in a fourth “Austin Powers” movie, according to HitFix. There’s no word on whether Jay Roach, who directed the first three films, will be returning as well. Myers’ last live-action starring role was in 2008’s “The Love Guru,” which was a critical and commercial failure. Great. Just when people stopped saying, “Yeah, baby!” as a non-hilarious catchphrase, it rears its ugly head again.

which celebrated her oneyear anniversary to the Pittsburgh Penguins player — exclaimed, “We also want to share the exciting news that…BABY MAKES THREE!!! We are extremely happy and ready to start this new chapter of our lives.” In a recent interview with Metro, the star said she wanted to wait to start a family. “We’ve only been married a year, and he plays hockey so he’s away from September to April, and we don’t really get that much time together. So we’re looking to wait. I still want to work more,” she told us. Looks like she changed her mind?


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Women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem says ‘the movement is young’ She recalls her life in the new film, ‘Gloria: In Her Own Words’ No word quite describes Gloria Steinem like “fighter.” A driving force behind the modern women’s liberation movement, Steinem shares her struggles — those for gender equality, as well as the strife of her early days and later, a battle against breast cancer — in the new HBO film, “Gloria: In Her Own Words.” One message of the documentary: The fight isn’t over yet. “If you think of the suffragists [or] abolitionists, movements have to last

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‘Apes’ rises to second weekend’s box-office win Sci-fi movie “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” hung on to the top spot at the weekend box office for the second week in a row, according to studio estimates released yesterday. The revival of the “Planet of the Apes” franchise pulled in an estimated $27.5 million at U.S. and Canadian the-

aters over three days, distributor 20th Century Fox said. Civil Rights-era drama “The Help” finished a strong second with $25.5 million in domestic ticket sales over three days. Horror flick “Final Destination 5” landed in third place with $18.4 million. “Final Destination 5” was released by Warner Bros., a unit of Time Warner Inc. Walt Disney Co. distributed “The Help,” which was produced by DreamWorks. REUTERS

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Create a ‘switch’ Trouble disconnecting? Create what career counselor Courtney Anderson calls “a mental switch.” “Take that switch and say ‘I’m off, I’m logging off,’” she recommends. “Take personal time. Otherwise, with technology, it’s possible to be always working.”

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Change your clothes “Dress professionally for work,” Thompson offers. “That way, when you get home and you take off those clothes, that’s your psychological barrier that shows you’re at home.” If you don’t, Anderson adds, you could lose perspective: “If you don’t make that serious effort, it’s all going to blend in.”

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Murray, who co-authored the study with Dr. Pedro De Araujo. “The problem is that students that care more about school may be more likely to want to live at school. So, they may perform better, because they happen to be the better students anyway. But we actually found that living on campus caused students to do better.” The researchers also found that campus life had a positive effect even after the student moved out.

“Students who once lived on campus were more likely to study with their peers after they moved off campus, but not necessarily while they lived on campus,” explains Murray. “If you’re a freshman living on campus, you’re not more likely to study with your classmates, but you formed those relationships in the early years and were able to make use of them later.” BRUCE WALSH

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Tea Party: Then and now In 1787, the United States faced many problems — including a large debt

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from years of war. It wasn’t that there insufficient wealth to support repayment; it was that the dysfunctional central government couldn’t collect taxes to pay with. The solution was to create a strong federal government that could meet our obligations. The original Boston Tea Party helped reject monarchy and move us forward to the Articles of Confederation. The current “Tea Party” movement claims to be the same, but it’s the opposite: rejecting the Constitution and moving us backward to the Articles of Confederation.

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It’s the haves vs. the halves This is just more of the same: The poor stay poor and the rich get even richer. The average working person that pays taxes with a salary of pennies has to bail out banks, and now we have to pay for this double recession. The rich are still hoarding wealth while most of the U.S. struggles to put food on the table.

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Versatile offensive lineman Wayne Hunter had to come in and play right tackle for a stretch of games for the injured Damien Woody twice last year. Hunter was rewarded this offseason with a fouryear, $13 million contract for his willingness to play anywhere along the line, line up for special teams and even some spot duty in goal-line defense situations. Now Hunter must play consistently game in and game out, something he has never been asked to do.

The pursuit of Nnamdi Asomugha is over and failed, but the Jets didn’t do too poorly when they reinked Antonio Cromartie to a deal. Cromartie had a rough start to his Jets career, but he showed his value late in the year. While Asomugha would have been devastating opposite Darrelle Revis, the freed-up money allowed the Jets to resign the very solid Eric Smith and bring back some nice depth in Brodney Pool. The secondary should be the deepest and best part of the team.

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The Best? With Mikel Leshoure now out for the season in Detroit, a healthy Jahvid Best is a real threat to catch 80 balls this season. A year ago he averaged 5.12 catches per game. His value is up, especially if you are in a points per reception league.

Jones-Drew’s knee Maurice Jones-Drew had meniscus sur-

gery this offseason after doctors diagnosed him with a “bone on bone” condition. Now he’s limited in camp, is coming off two straight seasons of 330-plus touches and is on an offense where he’s the only real weapon. He’s always been a stud, but this year the risk is too great for the first round.

Cold Colston Marques Colston underwent microfracture surgery this offseason

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