The media captured a recent moment with an oft-heard phrase, "a history of mental health issues."
This occurred north of Druid Park Drive and south of Rockrose Avenue, in the midst of several television stations.
The man, wearing what Baltimore Police Department spokesman T.J. Smith said was a panda suit and what employees described as a hedgehog costume, gave a flash drive to a security guard and told him he wanted the station to broadcast its contents.
Smith said police don't know what was on the drive, but the security guard told CBS Baltimore, "It pretty much had to do with anything with astronomy -- black holes, the sun, about it being liquid and gas, and he just wanted to say that the government was wrong in thinking about the way they do when it comes to anything in space."
"Just talked with the dad of the 25-year-old who made the threats against WBFF FOX 45 today. The dad says his son was convinced the world was ending on June 3rd. He says his son does not have a history of mental health issues, but two weeks ago had what he called a break. Video starts with him describing that moment two weeks ago when his son was found sleeping in a neighbor's yard," tweeted Shelley Orman, a reporter for FOX45 News in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 28, 2016.
The name Brizzi is of Italian origin, from a short form of the personal names Albrizzo (a diminutive of Alberico) or Fabrizio, or from an unattested Germanic personal name, Berizo, or from the ethnic name from Latin Brittius “Breton” (of the Imperial Roman Army).
Police are ruling out terrorism, and say mental illness may have played a role.
We’re weeding out our geniuses. We’re killing off our prophets. We’re drugging our messiahs.
Were she alive today, Sylvia Plath would be on anti-depressants. Salvador Dali would be on anti-psychotics. Beethoven would be on Lithium. Newton would likely be committed as well as heavily drugged for his multiple, pervasive mental illness symptoms.
Don’t even get me started on Jesus Christ. ~ Vironika Tugalenva, Rethinking Mental Illness: Are We Drugging Our Prophets and Healers?
On June 3, 1769, the British navigator, Captain James Cook, British astronomer Charles Green and Swedish naturalist Daniel Solander observed and recorded a transit of Venus across the sun on the island of Tahiti during Cook's first voyage around the world.
On June 3, 1948, the 200" (5.08 m) Hale telescope was dedicated at Palomar Observatory.
On June 3, 1965, astronaut Edward White became the first American to "walk" in space, during the flight of Gemini 4.
On June 3, 1966, Gemini 9 launched; it was the 7th U.S. 2-man flight, with American astronauts Stafford and Cernan.