DUDE, MAYBE IT’S BECUASE YOU’RE AN ASSHOLE? EVER THINK ABOUT THAT? ASSHOLES COME IN ALL COLORS AND SIZES…
Nude Customer a Hair-Raising Experience
From Snopes / Jun 28, 9:22 PM (ET)
SALEM, N.H. (AP) – The stylists wear scanty outfits, but a Salem man has found out that customers have to stay covered up. Kevin Bean, 48, was charged with indecent exposure and lewdness after allegedly stripping naked in the Lather & Lace hair salon in Salem this week.
Police say when Bean came out of a bathroom in his underwear, a female employee told him to get dressed and turned her back to him. When she looked back, she reported Bean was naked. Employees kicked him out, locked him outside and called police.
Now this looks like the kind of exercise that Juggernuts could really get into.
As if we care, Paris Hilton was released from prison this week after 23 days. Watch out BelAir and Malibu, the paparazzi are lurking and they are hungry.
From the â€œI hate it when this happensâ€ files comes this story about finding 20 beheaded bodies in Bagdhad. There was also this story about a girl who died on a roller coaster. Last week, we had the girl who lost her legs on another amusement park ride. I really HATE IT when that happens.
Fucktards of the Week:
Christopher Vaughn of my hometown, Oswego, IL. They lived less than a mile from our home. There is no reason, no excuse and no redemption. You go straight to hell Mr. Vaughn. You do not pass go and you get fresh prickly pineapples shoved up your ass, tops first, for eternity while standing on a meat slicer set to ultra ultra thin.
Roy L. Pearson, the judge who sued for $64 million, then $57 million, over a pair of pants, who has now had his litigation tossed out. The judge got thrown out by another judge who claimed that no pants were worth that kind of dough. What a tool. And he is a judge? Unfuckingreal.
Awaiting execution in Texas, Patrick Knight was soliciting jokes to tell as his last words. He failed. I wonder if his victims had the same chance?
Bobby Lee Cutts, Jr. How could you? You go with Mr. Vaughn please.
Tank Johnson. You idiot. I suspect that Patriots will take you in and win another SuperBowl.
Chris Benoit, a pro wrestler who killed his wife and young son. The details are still emerging, but this is very strange indeed. Can you say roid rage? (I wrote this on Tuesday, way before the details emerged, even tough that does not now appear to be the case). Anyone who can kill their own child is a big time fucktard.
Salt Lake City inmate and heavily tattooed dumbass Curtis Allgier who escaped, albeit briefly, from prison. I found his picture to be shocking enough to post atop this weekâ€™s WIR. He is the one with all the tatts. The other dude was some fool at the Chicago Gay Pride Parade last Sunday. I thought it was a funny pic (clicking on it gives you a better view, if you dare).
Houston, TX teen Dexter Johnson who was unable to control himself after being sentenced to death. Tough it out there Dexter.
Robert â€œMichelleâ€ Kosilek who is serving time in Mass for Murder but wants a sex change operation at the expense of you and me. I think if he can spend six months in a cell with Curtis Allgier, dressed as the dude from the gay pride parade, he gets what he wants. It is almost more expensive to fight him that to cut off his junk and give him what he wants.
Saddamâ€™s cousin and partner in Crime â€œChemicalâ€ Ali Hassan al-Majid al-Tikriti who was sentenced to die this week. Buh-bye fucktard!
In Australia, if you speed, women make fun of your manhood. Do only guys with small willies speed? Me thinks not. I wonder of â€œMichelleâ€ Kosilek is a habitual speeder?
I totally hate it when this happens too. Someone get me Happy Gilmore on the phone. Chubbs Peterson RIP. Was it the same gator? Was the warning sign enough? After all the guy hit a golf ball into the water and he has every right to retrieve it. What a dumbass though.
Project 28 is due to launch shortly. Should be interesting to see if it works, how it works and whether it has any measurable impact on illegal immigration. It certainly seems like a much better idea that reflected in this headline.
This was the featured article on Wikipedia on Thursday. Do you suppose they want to increase readership? Who knew there was so much to know about the Wonderbra?
Speaking of irresponsible pet behavior, who is worse: Mitt Romney or Clark Griswold? You decide.
“Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech,” commands the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. To that I say: â€œBong Hits for Jesusâ€. I think the court got this one way wrong. Way way wrong. Bong, bong, bong.
Happy healthy weekends to all! Is it possible that next Wednesday is the Fourth of July?
June 28, 2007
Supreme Court Rules, 5-4, That School Assignments Cannot Be Based on Race
“We Americans are the best-informed people on earth as to the events of the last 24 hours; we are not the best informed as to the events of the last 60 centuries.” –Will and Ariel Durant
This is from the Sgt Grit Newsletter and written by some woman I don’t know. she did a good job:
By Tre’ M. Barron
My dad, Angelo, was in the hospital in Tacoma, Washington. A former Marine and veteran of the Korean War, he was having his third knee replacement surgery.
A long and very painful operation was going to be made even worse because Dad was going through it alone. There was no one to hold his hand, no familiar soft voices to reassure him. His wife was ill and unable to accompany him or even visit during his weeklong stay. My sisters and brother lived in California, and I lived even farther away, in Indiana. There wasn’t even anyone to drive him to the hospital, so he had arrived that morning by taxi.
The thought of my dad lying there alone was more than I could stand. But what could I do from here?
I picked up the phone and called information for the Puyallup, Washington, Marine Corps recruiting station, where I joined the Marines ten years before. I thought that if I could talk to a Marine and explain the situation; maybe one of them would visit my dad.
I called the number. A man answered the phone and in a very confident voice said, “United States Marines, Sergeant Vanes. May I help you?”
Feeling just as certain, I replied, “Sergeant Vanes, you may find this request a little strange, but this is why I am calling…” I proceeded to tell him who I was and that my father was also a former Marine and 100 percent disabled from the Korean War. I explained that he was in the hospital, alone, without anyone to visit and asked if Sergeant Vanes would please go and see him.
Without hesitation, he answered, “Absolutely.”
Then I asked, “If I send flowers to the recruiting station, would you deliver them to my dad when you go to the hospital?”