[quote][b]azmatt7[/b] - Oh man. The worst way for people to find out your sexuality..... The police blotter.
Most cross dressers are straight.
They see women dressed in the items and it turns them on so they want to know how feels to be in those clothes. Or they just love the feel of the sexy fabrics.
Most cross dressers would prefer to dress with women.
What the hell was She thinking 8 years ago?posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 17:35
posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 17:19
An Obummer mask would have been more apropos.
I cannot imagine a more horrible Nightmare.
I'm so sorry the family must endure this.
People just don't pay enough attention when driving any more.
Too few of the young are taught that they are driving a machine that can easily kill. Or worse - severely mutilate someone for the rest of their lives.posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 07:31
Just wait until he figures out bras can work with extenders.
There'll be no stopping him then.
Go ahead and snap his spine.
I love Dragon-con but he is grossly unacceptable.
This sort of type of message should be broadcast like the ones for drinking and driving.
Respect/caution is required for the safe conduct with both.
It's so sad when something so preventable happens.posted @ Monday, November 18, 2013 - 22:40
[quote][b]keepitsimple[/b] - Ziploc or a Coach? I'm leaning toward Coach.
The other article said Crown Royal. (He loses 10 points for being unoriginal.)
[quote][b]Cinch[/b] - Lock this one up, he will be more than welcomed on the inside.
He looks like a sweetie. Too bad the cops didn't take a picture.
posted @ Monday, November 18, 2013 - 15:42
This is no different than the plate readers on some cop cars.
The police are doing a great job of arresting these thugs.
The failure comes when the scum is quickly released to continue the threat.
[quote][b]Auntylib[/b] - Yet another story(today) where a father figure is not involved.
I'm sure Grandma is doing her best.
My son learned his violent behavior during visits with his "father". I've had to do damage control his whole life to teach him it's wrong. I can explain over and over that My ex is divorced 4 times because people don't put up with it and when anger rises it's hard to think clearly.
Once it's learned - it's a extremely hard to unlearn.
But then - I've never slapped My children either.posted @ Friday, November 15, 2013 - 05:55
In addition to blankets, clothes etc., I collect hotel shampoos, etc. when I travel and donate those.
The Salvation Army has always been good to the homeless.
@Mr_Sunshine: You think it's a good idea to put rifles in the hands of people with nothing to lose then position them amongst our troops?
Many of the homeless would be in state mental facilities if not for Reagan shutting those down.
All that loss to hide some incriminating documents.posted @ Wednesday, November 13, 2013 - 20:03
...with a spoon.
(warning... profanity and violence)posted @ Tuesday, November 12, 2013 - 07:44
People like this are no longer deterred by doing time. And with that thought, there is no reason for them to ever obey the law. Like animals, they are simply predators, unthinking, uncaring, remorseless psycopatic opportunists only concerned with self gratification.
And with this absence of a conscious (something you and I have and take for granted that everyone else has, too) they are TRULY a danger to society. Unredeamable and damned
This will perpetuate until the government stops paying welfare queens who spit out offspring for money.They don't care about raising accountable assets to their community. They just want the handout $.
Offspring be damned.
Thus are the rest of us who get within 10 feet of them.posted @ Tuesday, November 12, 2013 - 06:20
"who in June was released from prison on parole in connection with a burglary conviction"
When are these parole officials going to learn to say "No"?
@E.J.: Funny you should mention GWTW. I just watched it a couple of days ago.
I do like the fact that Houston's on P'tree has a wall inside the entrance that is built of bricks from the Loew's Grand Theater.
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - Randolph-Lucas House![/quote]
Of course if those ugly condos behind it had kept their word this would not have been necessary.
I gave up on that stretch when The Mansion on Peachtree changed their named to Mandarin Hotel (or whatever it is now). I haven't stayed there since. The name has gone from a distinct Atlanta name to sounding like a cheap Chinese restaurant.
10 people in a single wide is a recipe for disaster.posted @ Sunday, October 13, 2013 - 05:52
@jeleclekat: Don't be such a jealous sourpuss.
Kenny and Dolly are some of the vary few remaining, TRUE, country artists.
I stopped listening to country in the early 80's when they started the "Rock wanna-be"crap. Rock should be real rock and country should be real country.
I'm really looking forward to hearing this new release.
[quote][b]Foghorn123[/b] - These guys would not have been arrested if they clipped a $20.00 bill to their drivers license giving it to the officer. He/she would have slipped the $20.00 in a uniform pocket, given the license back to the driver and cautioned them to drive safely. It's the way things are done in Illinois.
Now that Obama's in office the price went up to $100.
@hack: I can see that you commented on My post but since you're on My ignore list I don't know what you said.posted @ Thursday, September 26, 2013 - 13:28
Winder-Barrow's Micah Weathers finished fourth in the freshman race at the Foot Locker South Regionals. Weathers' time of 18:50 was the 14th fastest of Georgia participants across eight girls divisions.
Summary: When I went on an assignment to do a story about a K-9 training class in Oconee County on Tuesday, I never thought I?d experience a dog attack. When I went on an assignment to do a story about a K-9 training class in Oconee County on Tuesday, I never thought I?d experience a dog attack. But after some prodding by a couple of deputies, I put on the ?bite suit? dog handlers use to protect their bodies while training their K-9 partners. Actually, I was helped into the thick, stiff garment. At best, my attempts at walking seemed like the stiff movements of a robot from a 1950s movie. Our photographer, A.J. Reynolds, donned one as well and he actually seemed upbeat for the opportunity to face one of the dogs. read more