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It’s a worrying thought. Not since John Major was outed for his Mr Bean like tendency to tuck his shirt into his underpants has there been a less statesman like sartorial choice.

The Australian made boots were once the fashionista’s must have, adored by A listers such as actresses Jennifer Aniston and Sarah Jessica Parker. Now they are so ubiquitous, no self respecting woman would covet a pair never mind a man.

‘Ugg’ truly is the only way to describe them.

If a woman judges a man by his shoes (and believe me she does), what do a pair of cosy but shapeless glorified slipperettes say? ‘Hi, call me Tony, I’m too busy to tie my own laces’?

Other Ugg fans include Take That’s Mark Owen, Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, actor Ben Affleck,
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assorted Chelsea football players and actor Leonardo Di Caprio who took fashions lows to a whole new level when he teamed them with purple jogging bottoms.

No, much like the sock and sandal combo of yesteryear, Uggs on men are to be avoided at all costs.

Certainly by men who ever want to pull again or even be elected.

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Greensboro, Greenville (SC) and Greenville (NC) cause a lot of confusion and that dilutes a city’s brand identity. This is also true for Charleston (SC), Charleston (WV), Charlottesville (VA) and even sometimes Charlotte (NC).

As for W S, the Triad didn’t even get mentioned at all until the 13th page of this thread. That’s pretty sad. I at least mentioned W S in my reply to Greensboro!

There are many ways that W S gets slighted. Secondly, the airport code (GSO GreenSborO) doesn’t even give a nod to Winston Salem. Compare that to RDU which references both Raleigh and Durham in its code.

I don’t understand why Houstonians seem to always be comparing themselves to Dallas. In Dallas, Houston is almost never brought up, and if you say you’re from Houston, they still treat you like anyone else. Unlike Houston where if you say you’re from Dallas you’ll get some bad vibes.

Almost reminds me of the Portland/Seattle or SF/LA rivalries. Usually the one city is like a the younger/less mature sibling comparing themselves to the older/wiser one, while the wiser one really doesn’t give two honks and sees the less mature one with an endearing eye.

I spent one week in a training class for work in Dallas years ago. A few people in the class were from Dallas. A few others were from Houston. I could definitely sense that the Houston people had a chip on their shoulder about Dallas. I almost wish I could go back in time and to an alternate universe to see how they would have acted if the class had been in Houston instead.

What is it that makes Dallas more sexy then Houston? From an outsider looking in I “prefer” Houston in that it is traditional layout of a core city and smaller suburbs. A couple of nice bypasses/beltlines and it has a port by way of Gaslveston. And I mean that from just arbitrary preferences when staring at it on a map. Dallas was definitely a lot of fun and I would love to go back. But it seems losing the Oilers, not having a TV show, and maybe being associated with NASA may have some negative impacts on Houston? I remember reading somewhere how most people would be “surprised” that Houston is the third largest city and not Chicago, even though NYC, LA and Chicago were most people perceptions is 1,2 and 3.

I spent one week in a training class for work in Dallas years ago. A few people in the class were from Dallas. A few others were from Houston. I could definitely sense that the Houston people had a chip on their shoulder about Dallas. I almost wish I could go back in time and to an alternate universe to see how they would have acted if the class had been in Houston instead.

What is it that makes Dallas more sexy then Houston? From an outsider looking in I “prefer” Houston in that it is traditional layout of a core city and smaller suburbs. A couple of nice bypasses/beltlines and it has a port by way of Gaslveston. And I mean that from just arbitrary preferences when staring at it on a map. Dallas was definitely a lot of fun and I would love to go back. But it seems losing the Oilers, not having a TV show, and maybe being associated with NASA may have some negative impacts on Houston? I remember reading somewhere how most people would be “surprised” that Houston is the third largest city and not Chicago, even though NYC, LA and Chicago were most people perceptions is 1,2 and 3.

1. Jacksonville, FL with Miami and Tampa in the state it gets overlooked even though it is the largest cit yin Florida with over 800,000 people. Maybe because it is so spread out?

2. El Paso, TX Texas has Houston,
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San Antonio, and Dallas Fort Worth and being in West Texas I’m sure doesn’t do much for it by itself.

3. San Jose, CA For its size as the number three city in the state it does not get a lot of attention. Plenty of smaller cities are talked about much more often.

4. Fresno, CA Maybe because there are so many large cities in California or maybe because it lies in the San Joaquin Valley but for over half a million people I hardly hear about it.

5. Fort Wayne, IN Even though it gained 50,000 people in the past 10 years. I hear it talked about more locally, but not on a national level.

6. Henderson, NV I’ll say because of rapid growth putting it over 250,000 people (just as Fort Wayne above) and Las Vegas being so near by that it hasn’t received much attention. Maybe in another 20 years.

7. Lincoln, NE Yet another city that just made it past my arbitrary mark in the past 10 years although it has been the second largest city in Nebraska for years and the University of Nebraska is located there.

8. Stockton, Ca Again, I would have to say other cities in California get noticed more and it’s location further away from the ocean doesn’t help it.

9. Corpus Christi, TX I hear more about Texas A basketball team than I do about the city itself. It has a good location and isn’t too far away from the likes of larger cities such as Houston and San Antonio. I’m not sure why it’s rarely talked about.

10. Riverside, CA The county as a whole doesn’t seem to get a lot of attention, but seems to get more mention that the cities.

11. Santa Ana, CA Anaheim is right there and it seems that when talking about the area the county (Orange County) is used rather than the city a lot.

12. Bakersfield, Ca It seems that even though it recorded 100,000 new residents in the past 10 years that in comparison to other California cities that it isn’t as ideal. Maybe that’s why it does not get as much recognition.

So there may be some disagreement with the cities that I chose or my criteria, but I stuck with a strict 250,000

people and did not consider economic power into this because it was not specified in the OP and I just wanted to keep this simple.

I spent one week in a training class for work in Dallas years ago. A few people in the class were from Dallas. A few others were from Houston. I could definitely sense that the Houston people had a chip on their shoulder about Dallas. I almost wish I could go back in time and to an alternate universe to see how they would have acted if the class had been in Houston instead.

What is it that makes Dallas more sexy then Houston? From an outsider looking in I “prefer” Houston in that it is traditional layout of a core city and smaller suburbs. A couple of nice bypasses/beltlines and it has a port by way of Gaslveston. And I mean that from just arbitrary preferences when staring at it on a map. Dallas was definitely a lot of fun and I would love to go back. But it seems losing the Oilers, not having a TV show, and maybe being associated with NASA may have some negative impacts on Houston? I remember reading somewhere how most people would be “surprised” that Houston is the third largest city and not Chicago, even though NYC, LA and Chicago were most people perceptions is 1,
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The Michigan women basketball team jumped out to a 27 9 lead against Valparaiso on Thursday night . It was about as good of a start as he Wolverines could have asked for en route to a 73 32 win at the Crisler Center.

But strong starts have become somewhat of a theme for the Wolverines, who at 10 2 are off to the program best start since the 2001 02 season.

First year coach Kim Barnes Arico has sung the praises of the situation she stepped into since she arrived in Ann Arbor: into a team coming off an NCAA Tournament bid and flush with seniors.

But even she didn expect this kind of start.

not at all, Barnes Arico said when asked if she expected to be doing so well going into the Christmas break. really happy for our kids, they work extremely hard they bought into what we trying to do and are just terrific young ladies. So I thrilled to be 10 2 going into Christmas. Content: Boxscore

Maybe this should be expected from a team that made its first NCAA tournament since 2001 last season and only graduated three seniors.

Michigan is off to its best start since 2001 under first year coach Kim Barnes Arico, right. And the fact that five players have torn their ACL since Barnes Arico (she can remember another time in her career where she had even one player go down with the injury) arrived, make the quick start even more incredible.

But all the injuries have forced upperclassmen to be leaders. Seniors Jenny Ryan, Sam Arnold, Rachel Sheffer, Nya Jordan and Kate Thompson scored 58 of Michigan points (79.5 percent) on Thursday and had accounted for 78 percent of the team scoring in the games previous.

think coming in, our seniors, we talked about we wanted to make this year speciaI, said Ryan, who scord 13 points on Thursday. think the seniors have really taken advantage of the opportunities we been given.

I think back on coach Arico experience, I not surprised at all with where we stand right now. difference from last year to this has been most dramatic for senior Kate Thompson, who on Thursday put up a game high 18 points. It was the 11th time Thompson has scored in double digits this season, which is as many games as she scored in double digits through 32 games last year.

been awesome, said the soft spoken Thompson after Thursday game.

Thompson is a starter for the first time in her career and her emergence under Barnes Arico is symbolic of the change in style from former coach Kevin Borseth, who preferred a more methodical (read: slow) offensive approach.

Kate Thompson has had the green light since Barnes Arico arrived and responded by leading the country in 3 pointers. After hitting six triples against Valparaiso on Thursday, Thompson leads the country in 3 pointers made (47), which is five more than she ever made in an entire season.

has got to be one of the best shooters in the country and we do run a ton of stuff for her, Barnes Arico said. feel like she going to make it every time she takes it. so happy for (Thompson), Ryan said. puts a ton of hours in the gym. I wish America knew how much time she spent perfecting that jump shot. And she deserves everything she getting right now shoots as good as Kate in my opinion, and when she shoots it I expect it to go in. Barnes Arico won take credit for Thompson emergence.

think Kate just spent the whole offseason in this place working on her game and she spent hour after hour, she told me she took 45,000 shots this summer. So she made sure she came in and was going to have an outstanding senior year, Barnes Arico said. would be thriving in any program in the country right now. Arico also points to Jordan who had 14 rebounds on Thursday and other players like underclassmen Madison Ristovski and Nicole Elmblad, all players who have had their roles increased due to the ridiculous amount of ACL injuries, as the key to the team early success.

Thompson was childishly giddy after Thursday night win. She was seemingly as comfortable hitting 3 pointers from the corner as she was playing defense in her Ugg boots against Barnes Arico son after the game or hugging stadium’s game day staff in the hallway to celebrate the win.

Thompson isn trying to pin point the root of the success. She just hopes to build on it.

huge thing for us is heading into the Big Ten season 10 2, Thompson said. magical 20 wins in the season that seems to be the magical number to get into the tournament and that seems (realistic) for us.

Pete, thanks for the coverage on the women team; however, several points in your article fail to pass muster.

There have been three ACL since Arico arrived (Driscoll, Mitchell and Seto), not five.

To say that Borseth put the clamps on outside shooting is laughable. Michigan was known for years as a team that lived and died by the three, and few players wanted to penetrate the lane. 35% of last year attempts were from beyond the arc. This year so far is 36%.

Lastly, Borseth may have preferred a more methodical approach, but Arico has perfected it. She will want to run and press with future athletes, but right now she running one of the slowest offenses in the country at 62 possessions per game (last season average was 68). According to one statistical site, Michigan possession rate is 342 out of 345 D1 teams. I take it as long as they executing at the end of the shot clock.

Excellent article for which I compliment Pete Cunningham.

While Michigan won easily, Valparaisal is hardly a formidable opponent having lost seven of its last eight games and with losses to Duke by 45 points and to Louisville by 56 points. Nevertheless the Wolverines success was similar to both the 4 and 8 ranked teams.

Michigan hit a sizzling 58% of its field go attempts in the first half and finished the game hitting 52%. The wolverines also shot 50% of their 3 point attempts in the first half and 42% for the game. Michigan out rebounded Valparaisal 40 26 and had 12 turnovers. They committed only six fouls during the entire game.
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Eventually Ms Poole managed to shoo the animal away, and it started running after another passer by instead.

She told the Standard she partly blamed herself for stopping to take the fox’s photo, but also reflected on her bad luck for wearing footwear which looks so much like a fox or other type of animal.

Wildlife expert John Bryant said that foxes rarely attack humans, and suggested that it might have thought that the boot was either an attacker or prey.

‘It might have thought that the furry looking boots were an animal or animals attacking,’ he said. ‘I could guess that it may have felt it was under attack.’

Ms Poole’s ordeal is one of a string of recent incidents where foxes showed aggression towards people.

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Molloy: Molestation victim takes on her accuser, Nechemya Weberman, and her community Molestation victim takes on her accuser, Nechemya Weberman, and her communityfacebook email Nechemya Weberman was sentenced to 103 years in prison. (AP)The victim looked like a typical teenager in her peach sparkly top, short black skirt, tights and Ugg boots a stylish getup that somehow still satisfied Hasidic rules of modesty. But the 18 year old may as well have been wearing a cape as she confronted her sexual predator at his sentencing in Brooklyn Criminal Court Tuesday.

Nechemya Weberman, her trusted counselor, had sexually molested her as often as four times a week starting when she was 12, when she should have been worried about nothing more than the homework in her teddy bear backpack.

But thanks to her slimeball counselor, the “normal young teenage life” the little girl longed for was replaced with repulsion every time she looked in the mirror.

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Instead of her reflection, she told the courtroom she saw “a sad girl” who was stuck being victimized by a 50 year old pervert her forthright tone turning to tears when she spoke his age. She saw the sickening acts she was forced to perform for his pleasure again and again.

And when she saw the scars the covered her body from where he’d burned her with candle wax “to serve his sadistic pleasure,” she said, “I would get flashbacks and feel my body burning all over again.”

The relentless reliving of the trauma, the nightmares, the depression that the young victim described in court Tuesday are classic symptoms of a child who has been sexually assaulted, says a 2007 study by the American Prosecutors Research Institute of the National District Attorneys Association.

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But what makes this heroic girl different is that she came forward.

“Sexual victimization [is] among the most severe and underreported crimes in the United States,” says the study. “The underreporting of these crimes is not surprising given that victims are often re victimized when they are forced to endure the investigation and prosecution. Societal attitudes may also . have an impact on victims’ psychological states.”

Indeed, this girl was vilified in her insular Satmar Hasidic community, where, prosecutor Kevin O’Donnell said Tuesday “she was treated like a piece of dirt . and (Weberman) like a god.”

Still, she bravely came forward.

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The Daily News’ Oren Yaniv reported Sunday that Weberman had allegedly molested as many as 10 girls and women over the years. Yet only she came forward.

“Many were too scared . but we were all one voice, as they were with me in spirit,” she told Judge John Ingram on Tuesday.

A Brooklyn jury heard that voice, convicting Weberman on 59 counts of sexual abuse against a minor in December. And Tuesday, Judge Ingram heard that voice again. He sentenced Weberman to 103 years in jail.

The gavel went down and the young woman, who married last year, ran up to a superhero of her own, prosecutor O’Donnell, whose team she thanked for pulling all nighters to fight the case.

I asked her how she felt about the sentence, and through her tears she could only say one word: “Happy.”

And you wanted so much happiness for this beauty who said in her speech, “I have suffered so much as a young girl but I somehow came out as a strong woman.”

Superstrong. And the girl who was first sent to Weberman for breaking the rules for girls in the Satmar sect is now departing from tradition again by attending college.
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Puffer moto jacket in burgundy, Michael Kors, $295; mock T shirt, Saks Fifth Avenue, $198; Neoteric trousers in gray, Theory, $249, all at Saks Fifth Avenue.

“Men are dressing down, but they are also dressing up,” said Jian DeLeon, senior menswear editor for the global trend forecasting firm WGSN. “It’s the choose your own adventure era in menswear. He’s trying to figure out which rules he wants to break, depending on what he’s feeling like and where he is in life.”

This fall, Saks introduced its seven office essentials: the refined top (a dressier polo), the perfect (tailored) pant, the hybrid shoe, the sporty suit, the clean sneaker, the easy layer, and the leather bag.

Black sweats, Kenneth Cole, $45.99 at Century 21; windowpane button down shirt, Reiss, $160; sky blue hoodie, American Giant x Bloomingdale exclusive Holiday Collection, $89, at Bloomingdale camouflage scarf, UGG for Men, $95, at Saks Fifth Avenue; Anchorage Frank Butler Bag, $595, at Jay Butler.

“The idea is to mix a more casual look like a sneaker or a pullover into his wardrobe mix,” Brown said.

At the same time, guys are using the tailored pant or sporty suit to take their existing look up a notch. Men also are going more custom, not only for the three button blazer and vest suit combos, but for their athletic wear. After all, athleisure requires a better fit even among Philly dudes.

“These guys have spent the last few years learning about custom,” said Brian Lipstein, the designer behind Henry A. Davidsen. “Now they want the rest of their wardrobe to feel just as nice.”

A retail landscape that’s wooing the Y chromosome is paying off. menswear sales continue to outpace women’s, having increased 3 percent this year over last year, from $62.5 billion to $64.4 billion, with the fastest growing categories being two piece athletic sets and accessories.

Cable knit sweater, Reiss, $180; navy trousers, Hugo Boss, $180, both at Bloomingdale

Runway designers have taken note. In the last year, many of the most popular collections in Paris, Milan, and New York have opted to show menswear on their women’s runways.

Last month, Calvin Klein’s creative director, Raf Simons, announced his decision to show both collections on one runway, joining Gucci, Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith, and Burberry in the practice.

Interest in men’s fashion has come a long way since the days of the metrosexual the original style obsessed dude who, in the early 2000s, emerged from the ashes of the sloppy ’90s wearing a very fitted suit and carrying an umbrella.

Eggplant velvet blazer, Hart Schaffner Marx, $695, at Bloomingdale black trousers, Saks Fifth Avenue private label, $228, at Saks Fifth Avenue; white dress shirt, Hugo Boss, $135, at Bloomingdale silk scarf, Henry A. Davidsen, $225, at Henry A. Davidsen.

The typical guy including the Philly gent largely ignored this look. But it wasn’t long before the ways of the hipster (favoring all things fitted while twirling his ponytail into a man bun) or the lumbersexual (choosing beards and plaid shirts) caught on. With each trendy dude reincarnation, men’s fashion has blossomed on runways and Instagram.

So as we stand at the cusp of 2017, it seems the old fashion fears are gone, whether we’re talking about guys who suit up, tend toward the androgynous, don athletic attire, or amazing as it may sound like all three. His wardrobe can take him from day to night. Sound familiar, ladies?

“What finally happened is that guys in basketball like Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul began adopting these looks in their own way, and they became universal and aspirational,” said Sabir Peele, a menswear brand consultant and founder of Men’s Style Pro.

“Guys just started to understand, ‘I can do all of this. I can be sporty or wear a suit like a corporate guy. I can create my own look.’ ”

Herringbone blazer, $419, trouser pants, $219, both Land End; black turtleneck, Saks Fifth Avenueprivate label, $248, at Saks Fifth Avenue; tassel shoes, Cobble Hyde, $195.

With this new experimentation came an excess of new accessories this year: dotted pocket squares, solid knit ties, smart fedoras, jackets with custom linings. And the shoes whether shined to dress up or clean sneakers to dress down pull everything together.

Not only are men adopting the fashion, the shopping experience a pastime historically treasured solely by women has been embraced, as well. In Center City, MySuit, Bonobos, and Aston Marx joined Suit Supply, Henry A. Davidsen, and a newly renovated Blue Sole Shoes in offering men a heavy dose of customer service as in, some whiskey with those measurements with the big ticket fashion items.

And in King of Prussia’s new 155,000 square foot wing, luxury boutiques such as Gucci, MCM Worldwide, Rag Bone, and SuperDry are dedicating equal amounts of retail space to men and women.
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‘Don’t travel tomorrow’: Motorists warned to stay off the road as Britain faces six inches of snow

Graham Clark, 73, was found by a passer by in his narrow country lane with serious head injuriesThe pensioner was described as a ‘caring man’ by neighbours in his Suffolk villageImpatient motorists in Northamptonshire have been pelting gritting trucks with rocksHeaviest snowfall of the winter is expected tomorrow night and into FridayFamilies warned only to travel if absolutely essential and parents told to check schools are open

262 schools in Norfolk were closed today after snow and freezing fog covered the East overnightRAC expects 8,500 call outs by end of day 1,000 more than average in winterFour hour delays and cancellations at London City Airport because of poor visibility this morning

Norwich International Airport closed until 2pm today for de icing

Temperatures plunged to 13C overnight and sub zero conditions forecast to continue

Drivers were warned to stay off the roads when blizzards hit Britain tomorrow, following the death of a 73 year old who apparently slipped on ice.

Up to ten inches of snow are forecast to blanket the country overnight, with the North West, Wales and the West Midlands worst affected.

Snow will spread east as strong winds

tear across the country after morning rush hour tomorrow, while

Cornwall, far West Wales and Northern Ireland are likely to

face driving rain instead.

Graham Clark was found with serious head injuries in the narrow country lane beside his cottage in Buxhall near Stowmarket, Suffolk, on Tuesday.

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The pensioner, who lived alone with his dogs, was described as a ‘caring man’ by villagers.

Neighbour David Green said: ‘He had a heart of gold and was loved by his neighbours.

‘I heard sirens and blue flashing lights. We went out and heard them again and again. There was a huge number of police.’

Neighbour Sally Thomas described Mr Clark as a ‘dear chap’ and ‘a lovely bloke’.

A Suffolk Police spokesman said: ‘An

investigation is still being carried out. One possibility is that he was

clearing his driveway of snow and then hit his head, but allPolice are appealing for witnesses.

Died at the scene: Graham Clark, 73, was found with serious head injuries outside his cottage in his narrow country lane in Buxhall, pictured

Meanwhile, ice gritting trucks are being targeted by impatient motorists who have been pelting their vehicles with rocks.

Staff at Northamptonshire Council revealed they have come under a barrage of missiles while out on their rounds as they attempt to make the roads safe from icy conditions.

They said disgruntled drivers stuck behind their vehicles have been pulling over to throw stones and bricks at them because they are driving too slow.

A spokesman for Northamptonshire Highways said there had been numerous incidents of drivers coming under attack while spreading grit across the county.
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Cooper wrote that students were allowed to wear the boots to and from school, but requested they change shoes before stepping into homeroom. Acceptable footwear options listed in her letter included “lace up, tight at the ankle, boots, shoes and high top sneakers.”

In other words, anything but the sheepskin boots.

UGG, an immensely popular accessories and apparel brand owned by Deckers Outdoor Corporation, offers a variety of products. Among the range of styles, colors and options offered by retailers, its Classic Boot (in short and tall) remains a bestselling item, costing anywhere from $150 $180. Which could explain why some parents are peeved.

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Though loathed by fashion industry professionals, celebrities like New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and actress Blake Lively have joined the Ugg movement. While Brady has previously served as the face of the brand (and was relentlessly mocked for doing so), Lively has been spotted wearing the shoes on the set of Gossip Girl. Since her character socialite Serena van der Woodsen runs around the streets of Manhattan in sky high stilettos, the star probably needed an alternative option between takes.

However, does comfort outweigh the detrimental situations Uggs can literally carry into the classroom?

Some share the sentiment of the school district. In response to the article, one individual posted on the Mercury’s Facebook page, “Some of you people crying about this obviously care more about making an appearance rather than GOING TO SCHOOL TO GET EDUCATED! Its a wonder kids today are half morons!
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The center of the footbed is elevated to offer support and relieve strain in a place that most shoes ignore that area behind the ball of your foot but before the arch. The gently rounded elevation provides support and massage that keeps your feet feeling pampered even after hours of walking.

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The arch support is vital to health of your feet. With each step,
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Heartless mother deserts two daughters, leaving them on Brooklyn sidewalk with extra diapers Mom deserts girls on sidewalk

A malevolent mom who deserted her two daughters, ages 3 and 2, on a Brooklyn sidewalk Sunday, leaving them each extra diapers and a heartbreaking lesson in hard knocks, has been busted, officials said Monday.

“Mommy just left us on the sidewalk and drove away,” the older girl told a Daily News photographer just seconds after a good Samaritan found her and her sister stranded on a bustling corner in Canarsie on Sunday. in front of the Bay View Houses on Shore Parkway, cops said.

“They gave us their first names and said their mom dropped them off,” a police source said.

The older girl told cops her name is Domini and that her little sister, who said very little to police, is Dioni, a source said.

“We live in a blue house with flowers in front,” Domini told The News as cops took custody of her and her sister.

She told cops she believed they lived on 53rd St., but could not recall what neighborhood or borough they were from, according to the source.

The sisters bore no obvious signs of abuse, but were taken to Brookdale University Hospital as a precaution.

Cops fanned out in the area, going door to door hoping to identify the forsaken sisters and track down their mother. Detectives also scoured surveillance video from the Bay View Houses and nearby buildings.

The older girl told cops their mother’s name is Dalisha and she was driving a white car,
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but she did not know the make nor model of the vehicle.

Cops were able to piece together the mother’s identity and arrested Dalisha Adams, 26, of Glenwood Road in Brooklyn, police said. She was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

Cops were first alerted to the bizarre case when they received a 911 call after an elderly couple found the children standing at the busy intersection of Shore Parkway and E. 102nd St. with cars zooming by, sources said.

“They were wandering up and down the sidewalk for a while, just playing by themselves,” said Michelle Davis, 43, of Brooklyn, who was visiting a friend at the Bay View Houses when the girls were found.

“It’s horrible. How could you leave your own children out there?” Davis said. “They’re babies and you just leave them out there like that?”

Domini was dressed in a a brown down jacket, and blue jeans and had pink and white beads in her hair. Dioni was wearing a pink down jacket and matching pants.

The girls were not crying, but appeared confused as to why their mother would desert them on the streets.

Officials from the city Administration for Children’s Services took temporary custody of the sisters.

The state’s Abandoned Infant Protection Act allows parents of newborns up to 30 days old to anonymously, and without fear of prosecution, drop their infants off at a hospital, police stationhouse or firehouse.

“I don’t know how anyone could do that to little kids like that,” said Lizzette Santiago, 38, a mother of three who lives at the Bay View Houses.

Santiago said she learned of the abandoned sisters from cops who took them door to door in the area. Like others in the housing project,
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Santiago did not recognize the girls.