If lawyers donated this, does that mean that most of it is baloney?posted @ Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 17:20
There have been gays in the boy scouts ever since they started. Of course they've been forced to lie about it, in stark contrast to the boy scout creed that includes "Honesty". Ironic isn't it? An institution that supports all those wholesome values yet makes some of it's loyal contributing members lie should really examine their motivation.
The problem I believe equates being gay with being promiscuous which is not always the case.
It's nice to know that there are some people out there who are still trusting enough in mankind to leave this kind of stuff out in the open, but unfortunately we're not in Kansas anymore.
There's the "gimme" culture out there who feel it's their right to take anything they can with the cardinal rule to not get caught.
This lowdown thief will get caught but probably not for this crime, it's a way of life for many people and eventually they'll get caught for something. Karma bites hard.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 14:19
I thought this raid would be about people selling the stuff they stole out of your storage unit.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 08:07
His parole board probably forgot to make him promise not to be a low down thief in the future, so see, it's actually their fault.
Now it's back to jail for you and no more screwing up other people's lives by stealing their stuff.
I'd say about 35 years ought to get his attention this time. And someone feed this little weasel, he looks starved, unless it's the meth.
The use of profanity is so widespread now that it's lost most of it's shock effect. The impression that it does have is that someone is just too dumb to say what they mean in regular English. It belies an underlying adolescent mind set of rebellion for the sake of rebelling.
Anyone heard any good poop jokes lately?
Who in their right mind rents those kinds of things? No wonder they were valued at over 6k.
It looks like this guy is a victim of both the police and the cowardly morons in the thug culture.
Running away isn't going to help anything.
If you give them a chance of course they'll bite you.posted @ Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 15:06
There really are monsters out there.posted @ Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 13:34
"The high cost of low living" ..good one.
Oh and on the thug comments, show me one thug who can fly a plane after just reading a manual.
Thug behavior has more to do with rule by force and brute strength, with the emphasis on "brute". Thug culture is a celebration of proud ignorance and it doesn't apply here.
So another young life wasted out of pure stupidity and poor judgement. He could have been something other than a low down cowardly thief and drain on society.
Where was that "village" what was supposed to help raise him? Were they caught up in that "no snitch" culture that frees people from telling your mama when you're acting like an idiot? That culture that removes any kind of personal responsibility?
Did his mama not want to punish him when he was bad, and instill basic values in him? Was he caught up in the culture that says it's alright to steal? Well, clearly he was and this is the price we're all paying.
So after a brief sentence, he'll be back out on a street near you, with his lack of moral judgment and insatiable lust for material goods, your goods. He's learned that he can take them from you, and the biggest mistake is getting caught. When he does get caught again, hopefully he'll not have helped in any more murders, and we'll be putting him back in the mill where the process will start again.
Is some kind of rehabilitation even possible when the individual is so caught up in a culture of criminality that they're not fit to mix with society? Sure he'll say he promises not to do it again, and probably get religion in prison like they all do. They understand forgiveness but not restitution. Maybe this time things will be different? Maybe?posted @ Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 13:19
It seems as though this boy has part of his soul missing. How evil would someone have to be to do this?
I feel terrible for the family having to go through this kind of agony, basically losing 2 members of their family through this stupidity fueled tragedy
No matter what a drug addled addict this boy is, he's going to have to live with this the rest of his life. That has to be a special kind of hell.posted @ Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 12:03
Oh great! Now they'll just have to wait until next time.posted @ Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 11:51
Good work ACCPD and someone with enough sense of right and wrong to act together getting these miscreants off the streets ...then in jail and back on the streets again.
They were probably just looking for something they left in someone's car.
So you can't have a private party at your own restaurant? How is this illegal? Is it OK to have one at your house? It doesn't seem right that they could be cited for this.posted @ Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 05:49
Oh don't worry about them, they'll surely figure a way around this one. I suspect this of just being window dressing. "The new law limits what lobbyists can spend, not what lawmakers can accept."
If they keep it up the price of buying a politician will be out of sight!
How do we honestly expect things to get any better unless we have campaign reform? Do we have any politicians with the courage to try and change THAT system?
And are those guys standing around Deal all twiddling their thumbs?posted @ Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 05:25
Haven't people gotten it by now, that if anyone wants to set you up to buy anything of the kind, they're the law?posted @ Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 05:03
These thieves should be subject to public spanking. She's right though, they do have miserable lives ahead of them, and that phone theft was probably one of the high points.
Does no description mean "the usual suspects"?
I'll just bet this desperado didn't even have a gun. What a pathetic situation.posted @ Monday, May 6, 2013 - 15:52
@YoMang: See if you can get a light from that burning bush over there.posted @ Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 01:28
@YoMang: Then surely there are more photos of these guys out there in incriminating postures. It seems there are things that don't add up. At first I really wanted to believe the official story too. Do a little research Mang. Who has what to gain from something like this. Does it make sense that these guys would do this out in public with cameras everywhere?
Could it be they were played for stooges and set up by people sneakier and with more to gain than those guys ever thought about being.
I can see plenty of pros and cons in this. I'd love to be able to track down the thief who stole my cell phone, but I don't want big brother able to track my every movement. It's also a little creepy that big brother can just turn off your phone too.posted @ Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 01:19
I'm just saying... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fyVdKYvJjkposted @ Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 01:12
@Yellow Dog: I understand about reading comprehension when you've already formed your opinion. I suppose I should have used quotes when I wrote "Christians", what I meant was those that profess one thing and act completely another way. Surely if you go to church you know exactly the kind I'm talking about.
If this guy is guilty I'm ok with him being eaten by wild hogs on TV, during the Super Bowl, but there's enough suspicion about this episode to where I'm reluctant to rush to judgment. Do just a tiny bit of research and don't automatically believe something just because the government says it.
Just think for a minute, who has something to gain from this? Is it even remotely possible that those two Russian guys would spend so much energy, then have so little return? Please do a search for "crisis actors". You might be surprised.
I will however rush to judgement on low life thieves caught in the act. If that's hypocrisy then I'll gladly wear the crown.posted @ Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 00:13
@Man_Of_The_Mountain: Busted! but I never claimed to be a Christian, and If I were, on a waste of human space like this, I'd be all old testament eye for an eye.
My firm belief on that bombing thing is that we're being played by whoever it is running our government and media. It's sure not the people.
Did you follow any of the searches I suggested or are you happy already being told what to think?posted @ Saturday, May 4, 2013 - 23:59
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