Police Shoot 83-Year-Old Woman, Robocallers Fight Illegal Signs, Another GOP Sex Scandal: P.M. Links

  • An 83-year-old woman was shot and killed by police who had entered her home in Virginia, following up on an apparent 911 hang-up. She thought they were intruders and fired on them, relatives said, before leaving out the back door to seek refuge with her sister two doors down. The police’s account of the incident is remarkably, radically different.
  • To try to combat those pesky illegal signs on telephone poles and lamp posts, Miami-Dade County officials in Florida are flooding offenders with robocalls to phone numbers posted on the fliers.
  • According to Barclays, Spain will likely request a bailout by mid-October. The government will be revealing its 2013 budget on Friday.
  • Although Paul Ryan voted against eliminating the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy so that gays could openly serve in the military, he, like Mitt Romney, has no interest in bringing it back.
  • Florida State Rep. Mike Horner, R-Kissimmee, resigned today after his name showed up as an alleged client during the investigation of a prostitution ring.
  • National Health Service rationing is leading to British patients looking for medical help in the private market for services like cataract removals and joint replacements.
  • If Indiana increases Medicaid coverage as part of ObamaCare, it will cost the state an additional $516 million a year.

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    The police’s account of the incident is remarkably, radically different.

    Unless there's video, that's the account we'll be using.

  • Tulpa Doom||

    Don't you like how Shackford disguises whose account he's comparing the police account to? Hint: it's someone who wasn't there and has no conceivable way of knowing what actually happened.

    No, not dishonest at all.

  • Fluffy||

    The police were at the house for a 911 hangup, and the house was otherwise empty.

    So unless this is suicide by cop, the only reasonable conclusion is that this old lady thought she heard intruders and tried to call 911, and then mistakenly believed that the police were the intruders.

    Although I do have to say it sounds like a good shoot at first blush, even using that account. It's unfortunate and sad that this woman mistakenly believed the police were intruders, but if she shot at them they get to shoot back.

  • Brian D||

    Pretty crafty of this woman to conceal her murderous cop-killing inclinations from her entire family for eight decades.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    ...Miami-Dade County officials in Florida are flooding offenders with robocalls to phone numbers posted on the fliers.

    Please tell me plans are in the works for fliers posted with county officials' phone numbers.

  • R C Dean||

    Great minds, Fist, great minds.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    "Great minds fist great minds"

    I read that as a transitive statement...

  • R C Dean||

    I guess that's why you're the evil twin.

  • Bobarian||

    I believe it was meant to be.

  • Brett L||

    Florida State Rep. Mike Horner, R-Kissimmee, resigned today after his name showed up as an alleged client during the investigation of a prostitution ring.

    I thought FL was a dead girl or live boy resignation state. Shit. I guess I'm not running in '14.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    More like Rep. Mike HornY, amirite??!

  • Pro Libertate||

    Hornier.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Well, now, yeah

  • PapayaSF||

    Not this guy?

  • Brett L||

    Cool Hand Jim.

    Bloodhounds that tracked an escaped double murderer were able to follow his scent for only a short distance,...

  • Brett L||

    Goddamn squirrels. link

  • sloopyinca||

    Police dogs are only able to follow a scent when their handler is yelling "the drugs are in there, boy!" and offering a treat in case they alert.

  • ||

    Let me guess, it's because the cops shot them?

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    National Health Service rationing is leading to British patients looking for medical help in the private market for services like cataract removals and joint replacements.

    Back alley coat hanger cataract removal! Get your back alley coat hanger cataract removal here!

  • Pro Libertate||

    There will be a market in medical services, regardless of what the government does to kill it.

  • Randian||

    Not possible. I have been informed by the Leftists all day that healthcare rationing increases liberty.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    There is no rationing in gummint healthcare! Only Benevolent Oversight by our Betters!

    Only FREE MARKET INSURANCE rations! And it does so in an EVIL WAY!!!11!

  • Brett L||

    Cowboys.com does not feature the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders prominently. Although you might get player shower cams...

    Are you a country western cowboy looking for a man to ride into the sunset with? Come and create [a] relationship with singles [who] share your appreciation for the country way of life. You'll be able to find your perfect match here.

  • Brett L||

    Shit. 2nd paragraph was a quotation, not a proposition.

  • Scott S.||

    [Deletes e-mail]

  • ||

    That's a shame, I think you guys would have been great together.

  • Brett L||

    Much as I love the gay rodeo and events like pig dressing, I'm just not into cowboys. Now, naval aviators...

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Sailors....

    *SWOON*

  • ||

    "However, those pesky extra digits befuddled them, a then-silent bidder swept in and took the name for a larger bid, and a whole lot of people looking for news and notes on America's Team will instead get a dating site for "men who enjoy the same country living lifestyle."

    Redskins' owner Dan Snyder was not available for comment.

  • Randian||

    If Dan Snyder showed that level of savvy I would assume that the Mayans were right.

  • BakedPenguin||

    I'll just leave this here.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    noyce

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Florida State Rep. Mike Horner, R-Kissimmee, resigned today after his name showed up as an alleged client during the investigation of a prostitution ring.

    If only he could have hung on and made it to the big leagues. On Capitol Hill he wouldn't have to pay for it (depending on his committee assignments).

  • Brett L||

    God was toying with the men last night.

    Twenty minutes before the actress and her Modern Family co-stars took the stage to accept the award for Outstanding Comedy Series on Sunday, the zipper on her gown broke, leaving her posterior exposed.

  • kinnath||

    Stunning!

  • ||

    That's "racy"?!? Fuckin-a, Yahoo is prudish.

  • kinnath||

    follow the embedded links

  • Calidissident||

    Sofia Vergara is a goddess. So fine

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    Although Paul Ryan voted against eliminating the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy so that gays could openly serve in the military, he, like Mitt Romney, has no interest in bringing it back.

    Could it be that the Republican candidates are actually thinking about focusing on economic matters and jettisoning SoCon baggage?

  • ||

    I seriously doubt it. But bless your withered little heart for your optimism.

  • ||

    Didn't they just sign a promise to strictly enforce obscenity laws?

    LEAVE MY PRON ALONE!

  • John||

    Perhaps. But of course when they do that, Reason will call them flip floppers and pretend doing this isn't exactly what Reason has been advocating since forever.

  • BakedPenguin||

    John, this is sub-joe level trolling. If you honestly think Reason writers would be anything but thankful for such a change, you really deserve to be called TEAM RED TONY.

  • John||

    I used to think that. Then Romney pointed out that 47% of the country pays no taxes and gets a lot of benefits, something I have been reading about on Reason for years, and the Reason staffers went batshit insane about how horrible it was culminating with Sheldon Richman advocating for progressive taxation this weekend.

    So I have lost a bit of faith in them recently.

  • BakedPenguin||

    You mean this?:

    Cut taxes from the bottom up and welfare from the top down. This will move us toward a free society and win popular support along the way.

    Richman wrote about ending corporate welfare, not progressive tax rates. 'Get rid of corporate welfare before personal welfare, and start cutting taxes of the lowest earners before those who earn more.' He was talking about a strategy to get rid of welfare and taxes while avoiding progressive criticisms of "regression". You can say that strategy has flaws (I'd agree), but he wasn't talking about implementing more taxes on the rich.

  • Tulpa Doom||

    but he wasn't talking about implementing more taxes on the rich.

    John didn't say he was doing that. He said Richman was arguing for making the rich pay a larger share of taxes. That's what "making the tax system more progressive" means.

  • Calidissident||

    Why exactly is it a problem to argue for cutting taxes on the lower and middle classes? Sure we should also cut taxes on the rich, but that doesn't mean he's wrong to argue that point

  • sloopyinca||

    Romney didn't "point out" anything. He incorrectly stated something as fact and reason corrected his math (many times).

    Did you notice reason has only gone after his incorrect message and not that freeloading isn't wrong? Or are you so hellbent on getting Turd Sandwich out of the White House that you're all too willing to jump behind Giant Douche?

  • John||

    There are lots of good reasons to criticize Romney. Reason just can't seem to stick wit them. The post was a joke. He didn't just argue for getting rid of corporate welfare. He argued for getting rid of taxes on everyone but the rich. That is a progressive tax system. And that goes against everything Reason stands for. Why the hell should the rich have to be the only ones who pay taxes? Since when does REason by into class envy?

    Oh since they went full retard over the election.

  • ||

    I don't think it's fair to equate Richmond with Reason. Most of the writers who reprint (Steve Chapman being the obvious example) are a bit freer from Matt's editorial hand.

    Opinions can vary. I actually applaud their support of their writers, even when they go off script.

  • Zeb||

    That's not what Romney got wrong. He was wrong in saying that those 47% will support the DEmocrat.

  • Tulpa Doom||

    Just like they ripped Paul Ryan for voting against Simpson-Bowles because he didn't think it went far enough in deficit reduction? And said he was just as bad as Obama, who ignored the SB plan?

  • ant1sthenes||

    Yeah, and how would you feel if someone came on here and tried making an argument that you theoretically supported, but with easily refuted factual errors and ham-handed tactlessness? It would make you look like an ass by proxy.

    Maybe Reason staffers feel about Romney's 47% remarks about like most Republicans feel about Todd Akin's "legitimate rape".

  • Trespassers W||

    That reminds me: fuck you, Paul Ryan.

  • Brett L||

    This Recovery Summer has gone on too long! No one threatens my bacon supply

    With pork costs rising, Great Britain is facing a bacon and sausage shortage as pig farmers cut back on herd size. But the problem may soon become global.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Bacon is wasted on the British, and their sausage is terrible, too.

    So there.

    But don't make that shit go global - nuh uh. Cause 'murcans will NOT put up with that - and we know a little sumpn sumpn bout bacon.

  • ||

    Actually, breakfast is the only meal they do pretty well. Their sausage is OK. But don't ever get stuck in a British hospital. Just imagine: hospital food, but British. IT'S HORRIBLE.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    "If the bad medicine don't kill ya, the bad food WILL!" HAHA!

  • Randian||

    Yes, British breakfast is decent. I like the tomato (though not the beans).

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    *barf*

  • ||

    I like the beans. And tomato. As long as it's got eggs and steak/bacon/sausage I'm good with throwing a wide variety of other stuff in there.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Single fish (no chips), meat pies and/or haggis pretty much every day. Any or all.

    THAT was good eating.

  • ||

    Really? Hot, dry sausage, hot tomatoes, hot beans, hot eggs, hot coffee. I couldn't stand it.

  • Zeb||

    The english do breakfast and cheese well.

  • sloopyinca||

    But the problem may soon become global.

    I can think of a region in the world where there will be no bacon shortage. A shortage on many other things from the civilized world maybe, but not bacon.

  • PapayaSF||

    Romney should vow to kill the ethanol mandate. It's a waste of money and energy and is causing food prices to rise at a critical time.

  • VG Zaytsev||

    With pork costs rising, Great Britain is facing a bacon and sausage shortage as pig farmers cut back on herd size.

    Shouldn't farmers be increasing the size of their herds, since the price is rising and they can make more per hog?

  • ||

    We still don't know the officer's name, but reports say that person is a 10-year veteran of the police force.

    Officer privacy is paramount.

  • Rich||

    "Person", huh? It's probably a woman.

  • Fluffy||

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/medi.....sfeed=true

    Because the violent protests against The Innocence of Muslims were so successful, threats of violence are now being used to suppress a documentary program advancing the argument that there was no historical Mohammad.

    I should send the jihadists a link to my discussion with John on this topic. Have at him, jihadists!

  • Pro Libertate||

    Could I get violent protests in favor of my comments? Are violent protestors available for hire?

  • Brett L||

    2 bottles of tequila and bail money, I'm in.

  • Pro Libertate||

    That's right, I should keep my dollars and tequila in-state. Supporting the Florida and U.S. economies. Break some windows while you're protesting, to help Florida glaziers.

  • ||

    I'll get violent for free, ProL. What was your address again?

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Someone smashed his mailbox, so look for the number on his house

  • sloopyinca||

    Don't look at me. I was all the way out here in California.

  • Pro Libertate||

    No, no, violence in my name, not violence against me.

  • ||

    Why not both?

  • John||

    Please do. I would love to be on their fucking hit list. Talk about a badge of honor.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Oh yeah - it's all fun and games until the RPG's start flying

  • John||

    The RPGs can go both ways.

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Cue the seventies porno music

    *bow chicka wow wow....*

  • R C Dean||

    Speaking of RPGs*, Borderlands 2 is more fun than a box of puppies.

    *I know, I know, more of a shooter, but it has some RPG bits, too. And probably about a million RPGs, once I get to a higher level.

  • ||

    What class are you playing? If you say commando, I'm going to punch BP in the taint.

    B2 is as much fun as B1 so far, maybe even more so. And I've only been able to play 8-10 so far, 4.5 of them just yesterday.

    I have an incendiary machine gun that has an absurdly large magazine capacity (270!) now, a really nice sight, and have been lighting fuckers up like mad. Add in my Incendiary Fox mod and, well, burn mother fuckers, burn!

  • Brett L||

    I'm picking it up tonight so I can start gaming w/ a HS buddy. He reminded me that our first joint online gaming experience was X-wing vs. Tie Fighter on dialup in 1995 or 96.

  • ||

    It has a solo campaign, dude.

  • ||

    Some people have friends, you misanthrope.

  • ||

    "Shit, doc, I got lots of friends."

    "I don't."

    My point was that you didn't need to find a friend to play it with in order to buy it. You could do both.

  • db||

    XWvTF rocked. But we didn't play it much; Doom 2 networked was the shit.

  • Killazontherun||

    Formal classes now? Is the elementary sorcereress still available? I so loves her.

  • R C Dean||

    What class are you playing?

    Commando. I'm a terrible shot, so I need the turret. Bad.

    And I have a shit internet hookup, so even if I had friends, I'd still have to play solo.

  • JW||

    I'm playing gunzerker now, which is fine since I like shooting things.

    If we get enough of us on here playing, we should talk about co-op night.

  • ||

    (punches BP in the taint)

    Why are NutraSweet and I the only ones who choose to play the girl? This means something.

    When I get to probably about level 18 or so shit is going to start getting really retarded. That's when the game is the most fun, or at least it was in B1.

  • R C Dean||

    For some reason, I always set up as a chick in Fallout games. Dunno why.

  • Charlotte Sometimes||

    I've played Siren in both games (then again, I am a girl). I play with 3 guys and none of them want to play as a female character (*rolls eyes*). Their loss. I'm level 22 now and it's crazy fun.

  • ||

    That's stupid, as the Siren is probably the most customizable class. I had my B1 Siren operating as a major damage dealer (I could take down one of the powered armor suits in the General Knox DLC within about 2-3 seconds with an elemental SMG), and my B2 one is on her way to that as well. Phaselocking is turning out to be really fucking useful and devastating.

    I do want to try an assassin eventually, though, I think.

  • Charlotte Sometimes||

    I completely agree. They are missing out. I'm playing Maya the same was as you (Hell Fox, wahooo!). I was not sure if I'd like phaselock, but it grew on me really, really fast. I think I may end up liking Maya even better than Lilith. I am looking forward to the release of the mecromancer class; I want to try it next.

  • Charlotte Sometimes||

    That should be "way as you", not "was as you". . . uggggh. This being logged out all the time really sucks. No time to proofread.

  • ||

    I understood. Yeah, I have a Fox Mod right now myself since all my shit is incendiary. I have an incendiary assault rifle with a magazine capacity of 270. It's like raining fire sideways.

    The mechromancer is primarily intended as a support class, so I'm not that interested. Did you pre-purchase the game? Because that gets you in the Premiere Club and you get the first DLC--with the mechromancer--for free.

  • Charlotte Sometimes||

    We did pre-purchase. Playing co-op definitely improves the loot drops--we found 2 legendaries by level 11 (repeater pistol with unlimited ammo and a shotgun that is basically a grenade launcher). I've finally found a Witch mod, so I'll probably flip back and forth between Fox and Witch. I had not realized the mechromancer would be a support class. . . NOT INTERESTED. I'll go for Zer0. BTW, I have been surprised at how much time guys will spend at a New-U station trying on skins and checking themselves out. Good lord.

  • Charlotte Sometimes||

    Epi, I should clarify that we are each wearing the +5% rare item drop relic that came with pre-purchase and that has probably helped the most with better looting. I have not seen a relic worth switching to yet.

  • ||

    I haven't even encountered another relic yet, but yesterday was the first day since release that I was able to play longer than a mission or two, so I'm still only level 11 or 12. I expect shit to really start dropping around level 16 to 18.

  • ||

    Gah still need to beat the first one!

  • Killazontherun||

    I'm replaying the first with all the DLC I missed the first time around. My nephew is moving in with us in about a month, and he already has the second. No reason to get it with my own money.

    There was a sweet deal on Crysis 2 last week, so I' good right now.

  • LTC(ret) John||

    Tell me about it.

    "Did you hear that?!"

    "Sorry, just my sphincter slamming shut. God, I hate RPGs!"

  • R C Dean||

    Because the violent protests against The Innocence of Muslims were so successful, threats of violence are now being used to suppress a documentary program

    You mean, you get more of what you reward?

    I'm sure this will be written off as an "unintended consequence".

  • ||

    This also invokes me today, you tomorrow, if only this idiotic enablers would realize it.

  • Pro Libertate||

    So I suppose the new Fallout set in New Mecca is right out, huh?

  • ||

    Just call it New Mecha.

  • John||

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/333145.php

    The country is in the best of hands

    Trouble In Paradise: Hillary Clinton State Department Aide In Email Squabble With Buzzfeed Staffer; Aide Ends Exchange With "F*** off" and "Have a Nice Life"

  • Brett L||

    How I want to go out

    A Purple Heart-winning veteran was struck and killed while pushing his wife away from an oncoming car. 80-year-old Rubin Baum, who served as a medic in the Korean War

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    That's pretty goddamned awesome. God bless his dead soul.

  • tarran||

    Oh please:

    He got the age right, but he wasn't shot by a jealous husband that was a a third of his age

  • Dr. Frankenstein||

    No it's die in my bed at the age of 80 with a belly full of wine and a woman's mouth around my cock.

  • Coeus||

    Which would turn that blowjob into a blumpkin when you void your bowels at death.

    Doesn't really matter, though, I guess. It's not like you're going to be around to hear her bitch about it.

  • db||

    Final Blumpkin would be a great band name.

  • Coeus||

    Also good for a yacht.

  • Sidd Finch||

    In the latest John L. Smith blunder, he confuses Arkansas and Alabama

    "Don't give up on us. It's our program, it's a state of Alabama program," Smith said, which, according to AP, prompted a room full of groans. "It's not one individual's program."

    Poor Smith, not much has gone right since he became the Arkansas' head coach and this is just another blunder in what has become a disastrous season for the Razorbacks.

    Someone actually pointed out the gaffe while Smith fielded questions from the crowd and he responded in his typical John L. Smith way: "I did? Where would that come from? I've never even heard of Alabama."

  • The Rantin Arkansan||

    I want this season over. I won't this season be over?

    *cries in corner*

  • OldMexican||

    According to Barclays, Spain will likely request a bailout by mid-October. The government will be revealing its 2013 budget on Friday.


    Socialism is an expensive luxury.

  • PapayaSF||

    No doubt the Obama administration is frantically pleading with them to hold off until after the election.

  • Tulpa Doom||

    She thought they were intruders and fired on them, relatives said, before leaving out the back door to seek refuge with her sister two doors down. The police’s account of the incident is remarkably, radically different.

    OK...whose account are you presenting, Mr Shackford?

    ::reads actual article at link::

    Oh. The son, who wasn't there yet purports to know his mother's motivation and actions at every moment of the incident because "she was a good christian woman".

    And yeah, even according to his story, she apparently fired her handgun randomly when she heard someone approaching the house. Reckless endangerment, anyone?

  • Brian D||

    Like I said, bitch was real crafty hiding her murderous nature from her family and friends for so long. The cops took a female Dexter off the streets for sure.

  • Coeus||

    Why are they pissed about this? Aren't they supposed to be about equality? Does every poster at jezebel have a spanking fetish?

  • Almanian's Evil Twin||

    Does every poster at jezebel have a spanking fetish?

    If only

  • Coeus||

    It's positively bizarre how many of them say that a school paddling is "obviously inappropriate" or "creepy". Like he did it with his wang hanging out or something.

  • db||

    I had an English teacher in high school who used to stand with his foot up on girls' desks while he lectured. Picture one foot on the fround, one on the desk (he was quite tall), leaning forward, intenselt exlpaining by Steinbeck or Joyce was a genius unparalled. Now imagine he had a 12" penis tucked down his leg that was either semi erect or like a fucking diesel pump hose.

    Now that's creepy.

  • Archduke Pantsfan||

    Did we go to the same school?

  • db||

    I suppose it's possible. Who was your elected Representative in the U.S. House?

  • Archduke Pantsfan||

    Well since I went to high school in Canada, I doubt it now.
    And it was the geography teacher.

  • Coeus||

    There's always one. We had a junior high coach who taught history like that at my school growing up.

  • Fluffy||

    Even if a woman did it, you could still eroticize it if you really wanted to.

    There's plenty of girl-on-girl dom/sub pron out there.

  • ||

    I'll be in my bunk.

  • R C Dean||

    OT:

    Following our discussion last week on how pollsters reweight their data to fit a model/prediction of what voter turnout will be, somebody has set up a website which reweights the data in a bunch of polls to fit Rasmussen's current data on party ID:

    http://www.unskewedpolls.com/

    According to their results, Romney has a big lead.

    I would be interested to see an interactive website, which lets you pick the weighting you think is most accurate (Rasmussen current data? 2008 election? 2010 election? A blended average?)

  • Fluffy||

    My own completely out of my ass guess is that Dem party affiliation should be lower than 2008, but higher than 2010. 2010 was the near-term nadir for that figure.

    I have no basis for this other than "that kinda feels like the right answer to me".

  • ||

    They even bust on good ol' Reason-Rupe.

  • db||

    I'm going to be asking Dr. Girlfriend about this one (her Ph.D is in statistics).

  • Brian D||

  • db||

    This guy assumes that the polls are releasing raw data with no attempt to correct for mismatches in their sample makeup by party affiliation. Are all pollsters this dumb? I have a feeling they are not. It's quite possible he is applying a correction to already corrected numbers. Reading his article on unskewing the polls doesn't give me much confidence in him.

  • db||

    So we all know it hurts intensely to be burned. What about slow roasting? That sounds eerily like a boiling-a-frog problem. Just came to me while I am grilling dinner.

  • Coeus||

    I didn't realize this:

    Many companies have a record of accommodating male employees with back injuries with the same kind of lighter physical workload that would suffice for pregnant women, but weren't required by law to follow through. With the passing of PWFA, they would be.

    Apparently the pregnancy fairness act isn't really a law that creates another protected class on the backs of others. It's actually just correcting an unfair sex imbalance. I had no idea that women never got back injuries.

  • ||

    Don't see this anywhere yet, seems important:

    Gary Johnson files anti-trust lawsuit to appear in presidential debates

    In the suit, Johnson’s attorneys argue that the rules of the televised debates, which are set by the major parties, are deliberately structured to bar third party candidates and quash their candidacies.
  • LTC(ret) John||

    "Don't see this anywhere yet, seems important:"

    I think impotent would fit better.

  • Archduke Pantsfan||

    If you're still around, this is mesmerising.

  • db||

    No fucking way I'm clicking on that. I will NOT vote for Hypnotoad.

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Your loss.

  • Jordan||

    If you like insanely hot Korean girls dancing in skimpy clothes, then you had better reconsider. Sweet jebus!

  • johnl||

    How could you make them more boring? It would be more interesting to watch the same girls play go.

  • sloopyinca||

  • Coeus||

    Isn't this the model used in Mexico?

  • ||

  • Trespassers W||

    Naomi Klein writes for BoingBoing?

    ...Oh, it's that turd.

  • Archduke Pantsfan||

    Oh Ohio.

  • db||

    These kids today, with their Teen Wolfs and their rainbow parties...

  • sloopyinca||

    FTA: Police in Chillicothe say 16-year-old Jacob Wolfe was riding on the hood of a 1991 Honda driven by another teen in a Walmart parking lot.

    You can't make this up, people.

  • Archduke Pantsfan||

    If you're not following @normmacdonald retweet the 72 Summit Series, you're daft.

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