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How much $$$ has this place cost you? Personally?

04 April 2016 - 06:47 PM

Consider the amount of time and effort you've pixxed away wallowing in this cesspool of the Internet,  what's the monetary figure you lost due to you being a dumbass and posting here?  Consider any and all factors.  Including not having to pay for a psychotherapist, also include lost productivity and furthering your knowledge of your profession.


Peenie, I hope your daughter is ok

25 March 2016 - 09:03 AM

A Georgia sheriff has charged nine people with murder after a fight between two high school girls escalated into a neighborhood street brawl with a mob wielding baseball bats and knives — and one driver charging at people with a car — before a teenager was fatally stabbed in the neck.

"This is one of the most senseless murders that we've had," Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree said in a phone interview Thursday. "Before this escalates and becomes the norm, we want to take a hard stance and say we are not going to tolerate this in our community."

Demajhay Bell, 18, died at a hospital Sunday, two days after the sprawling fight in a subdivision just outside Augusta. The sheriff said the brawl was so chaotic that Bell, a bystander who stayed inside through most of the fighting, got stabbed by a friend trying to lash out at a combatant who had broken his arm with bat.

Investigators suspect say the deadly melee last Friday was actually sparked days earlier by a fight between two girls at Glen Hills High School. They were arguing "over a boy and some racy photos," Roundtree said.

School officials stopped the fight on campus, but the dispute festered in social media posts and text messages, the sheriff said. Friends and relatives of each girl joined in and soon there were two groups threatening to settle the dispute in the streets.

"The brawl itself was a coordinated effort," Roundtree said. "The group in the neighborhood knew the other group was coming to fight."

Eyvette Byrd, the mother of one of the feuding girls, told deputies that between 30 and 50 people showed up at her home for the fight. According to the sheriff's incident report, some had armed themselves with bats, pipes and knives.

Video posted online of the brawl shows two young women in a fistfight in the street while bystanders circle them. A couple of young men are holding baseball bats. One uses his bat to whack the hood of a Dodge Charger, which lurches after him and plows into someone's front lawn. Another young man in the street gets cracked in the arm with a bat.

The two-minute video ends with bystanders suddenly screaming, "Call 911!" A person runs past the camera with a hand clutched to his neck, where there's a large blur of red.

It wasn't clear who took the video, but the sheriff confirmed it was authentic and that the person clutching his neck was Bell.

"He was not even participating," said Roundtree, adding that Bell stayed inside a relative's house for most of the fighting and had just emerged to see what was happening. "The person who stabbed him was a friend of his. He wasn't the intended victim."

Bell fled in a car and stopped for help when he saw a uniformed office in a patrol car. By the time he got medical aid, the sheriff said, he had already lost a tremendous amount of blood.

Authorities have arrested nine people — men and women ranging in age from 18 to 39 — and charged each with aggravated assault and felony murder. Georgia law defines felony murder as a death caused during the commission of another felony. The charge does not require intent to kill and it carries an automatic life sentence.

The sheriff's office identified Demetrius Lamont Harris Jr., 21, as the suspect accused of stabbing Bell.

The sheriff said all suspects charged in the case remained jailed Thursday. It was not immediately known how many of them had defense attorneys.

Cheryl Karounos, spokeswoman for the Georgia Public Defender's Office, said the agency's Augusta office was representing one of the suspects, 35-year-old Quiauna Henley. She declined to comment further on the case.







I also hope she kicked that bitchess ass.  :bandana:

Must be all of the DUIs.

19 February 2016 - 01:58 PM




Your challenge, if you chose to accept it, is to watch the whole thing.  :music_guitarred:

Gocolts, you don't work at a brewery, do you?

12 August 2015 - 07:37 AM

Indianapolis brewery puts hidden 'Tom Brady Sux' message on beer cans




If you happened to buy one of more than 20,000 cans of Sun King Brewery’s Wee Mac Scottish Ale that were canned in May, it may include a jab at Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on the bottom. An employee for the brewery, which is based in Indianapolis, went rogue and changed the born-on date to read “Tom Brady Sux” as a prank the week after the Wells report was released. The employee, who goes by the name of Biscuit, didn’t tell anyone he changed the stamp, but people eventually noticed once the cans were out in the wild.

Via the Indy Star:



“It wasn’t an idea [the brewery] came up with at all,” Sun King co-owner Clay Robinson said. “Every day, we change the thing on the bottom of our cans. One of the guys running the canning lines had to come up with something. Biscuit is his name. So Biscuit put ‘Tom Brady Sux’…. I assume most were consumed and recycled without anyone noticing.”


Well played, Biscuit.






With your man crush on our very own Sux, it has to be you. 




Also, your new name is Biscuit.  :pointstosky: 

How Does China Weaken Islam? Alcohol And Cigarettes

06 May 2015 - 07:56 AM

Muslim shops and restaurants in a Chinese village have been ordered to sell alcohol and cigarettes in an effort to weaken Islam’s hold on residents in China’s Xinjiang region. Shop owners who decline face closure and prosecution, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported Monday. It is the latest in a series of anti-Muslim campaigns by Chinese authorities in the name of fighting religious extremism to undermine Islam influence in northwestern China.

Chinese authorities in Laskuy township issued a notice to residents in Aktash village last week saying in part, “all restaurants and supermarkets in our village should place five different brands of alcohol and cigarettes in their shops before [May 1, 2015].” Shopkeepers were also instructed to promote the products in “eye-catching displays.” Authorities warned that “anybody who neglects this notice and fails to act will see their shops sealed off, their business suspended, and legal action pursued against them.” The notice also said the order was handed down from the top ranks of China’s ruling Communist Party.

“We have a campaign to weaken religion here and this is part of that campaign,” Adil Sulayman, Aktash village party committee secretary, told RFA’s Uyghur Service. “Since 2012, people have stopped selling alcohol and cigarettes through their businesses. Even those who benefited financially from the practice have given it up because they fear public scorn. That is why [the order was issued].”

Many locals in Aktash and other parts of Laskuy who practice Islam have decided to abstain from drinking and smoking, and selling the products was considered “taboo” for religious reasons. Sulayman told RFA that authorities in Xinjian viewed non-smoking Muslims as “a form of religious extremism.” The Quran refers to the use of alcohol and any intoxicants or self-destructive practices as a “sin.”

Government officials and children in the predominately-Muslim Xinjiang province have been banned from attending mosques or observing the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which begins June 17. In some areas, women are banned from wearing face-covering veils and men discouraged from growing long beards, the Washington Post said.


China winning  :music_guitarred: