That Fracking Thing . . . July 19, 2012Posted by skinbad in Crime, News, Stupid shit, Women Ranting, WTF?.
I think it might really be doing something to the water. Duchesne County is a rural area of Utah that has experienced a bit of an oil boom. I’m not sure if “Mother of the Year–Chemical Dependency Division” voting has already taken place, but Duchesne County is going to be disproportionally represented. How about a quick parenting quiz in case any new parents out there are Googling for appropriate responses to life’s little challenges with children.
1. A 30-year-old man sends your 13-year-old daughter an iPhone so that she can take nude pictures of herself to send to him. You should
a. Call the Police
b. Take a picture of a Great Dane’s balls and send it to the man and then call the police
c. Smash the phone, mail it back, and then call the police
2. Your nine-year-old son is irritating you by cleaning your living room. You should show your irritation by
a. Not letting him clean anything else
b. Cleaning it yourself
c. Sending him outside for awhile
Pro-Parent Tip–The Ds aren’t appropriate. Rule of Thumb: If your actions are likely to cause people to wish God would send just one more cleansing flood, try to think of another option.
Real Men of Genius June 19, 2012Posted by skinbad in Crime, News.
Bud Light Presents: Real Men of Genius
(real men of genius)
Today we salute you, Mr. Oversized Scrap Metal Thief. *
(Mr. Oversized Scrap Metal Thief)
Any two-bit guttersnipe can filch a step-ladder from someone’s carport, but it takes real talent to hang four 12-foot aluminum beams out of the back window of your Grand Prix.
(You’re an unbalanced load)
Leaving the construction site in broad daylight you drive down the road desperately holding on to your stolen goods while watching out for street signs and power poles.
(Thank God for automatic transmission)
You didn’t even kill any cyclists or pedestrians in your mad dash to the recycling center.
And even though you told some nosy Nellies to mind their own beeswax, they were still able to call the police and describe your car between uncontrollable fits of laughter.
(Stupid cell-phone narcs)
So crack open an ice-cold Bud Light, easy buck guy, because you can’t re-sell the “coppers” you’re going to be around for the next few months.
(Mr. Oversized Scrap Metal Thief)
*You should click it for the picture
Happy Last Day of School! May 25, 2012Posted by skinbad in Crime, Family, Travel.
My daughter got a present for me. This is also the first photo my wife has ever sent me from a phone.
Zimmerman Facts April 17, 2012Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Law.
I can’t figure out how to embed this video but it’s worth watching.
Happy Birthday March 15, 2012Posted by digitalbrownshirt in Crime, Entertainment, Music.
To me. The big 44 for me today and this video makes me feel even older. I had the biggest crush on her when I was 13.
Home Invasion – Utah March 6, 2012Posted by Retired Geezer in Ballistics, Crime, Man Laws.
Frog vs iPhone February 7, 2012Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Nature Shit.
Kids, please try this at home.
Dangers of PIPA / SOPA January 19, 2012Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Law, Websites, WTF?.
Everybody Hurts December 21, 2011Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime.
Yeah, you might have seen it before. I guarantee that somebody new needs to see it.
The Crap Tree 2011 December 17, 2011Posted by daveintexas in Crime.
Some new stuff!
World According to Murder December 15, 2011Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Man Laws, Travel.
Some surprising facts in this chart.
Click to make it readable.
Chart from Danny Ashton.
Free Speech ‘Kill Switch’ bill December 13, 2011Posted by Retired Geezer in Crime, Politics, WTF?.
Internet piracy bill: A free speech ‘kill switch’By Bill Wilson, Americans for Limited Government – 12/12/11 10:14 AM ET
What began as an attempt to restrain foreign piracy on the Internet has morphed into a domestic “kill switch” on First Amendment freedom in the fastest-growing corner of the marketplace of ideas.
Proposed federal legislation purporting to protect online intellectual property would also impose sweeping new government mandates on internet service providers – a positively Orwellian power grab that would permit the U.S. Justice Department to shut down any internet site it doesn’t like (and cut off its sources of income) on nothing more than a whim.
Here’s another take on it:
That is the greatest danger of all. That, in the name of protecting copyright, this bill bring about the end of the Internet as we know it.
Censorship is never the solution. Internet piracy can be combated without a regime of suppression that threatens activities that are protected by the First Amendment. This will have a chilling effect on what is in effect cyber speech: on uploading, posting, and sharing files. That is the heart of the Internet, and it is being gutted by this legislation.