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  • Re: Nice Planet 2011

    Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
    Boyfriend savagely beats 2-year old, who later dies. Mother waits three hours before calling 9-1-1.

    http://www.azcentral.com/community/p...urrenders.html
    I hope a prison thug savagely beats that p.o.s., but only after giving him the pretty-boy treatment for several hours.

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    • Re: Nice Planet 2011

      Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post
      I hope a prison thug savagely beats that p.o.s., but only after giving him the pretty-boy treatment for several hours.
      The worst case of child abuse (at the time) in Houston involved a beautiful 5 or 6 year old, Tommy Lott. Not only had he been savagely beaten over time, but the mother's boyfriend had burned the little boy's scrotum with cigarettes, among other tortures. At trial, a 25 year veteran Houston homicide cop broke down, introducing the pictures into evidence. The boyfriend was a skinny punk and those of us who followed the case knew that while nothing would ever undo the horrors visited on that little boy, the punk was going to be the bellle of the ball. Some consolation there.
      Last edited by Old Pio; 05-14-2012, 07:09 PM.
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      • Re: Nice Planet 2011

        Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post
        I hope a prison thug savagely beats that p.o.s., but only after giving him the pretty-boy treatment for several hours.
        From what I remember, the prisons keep child-abusers/murderers/etc away from the other inmates, due to the internal unwritten prisoner code. Basically, if you mess with kids, the other prisoners will f* you up something fierce.
        Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
        Tastes like a warm summer day. -Raylan Givens

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        • Re: Nice Planet 2011

          Originally posted by Brenthoven View Post
          From what I remember, the prisons keep child-abusers/murderers/etc away from the other inmates, due to the internal unwritten prison

          er code. Basically, if you mess with kids, the other prisoners will f* you up something fierce.
          "Oops, did I forget to lock that door?" D*mn.
          2011 Poser of the Year & Pulitzer Prize winning machine gunner.

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          • Re: Nice Planet 2011

            Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
            "Oops, did I forget to lock that door?" D*mn.
            That, too.
            Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
            Tastes like a warm summer day. -Raylan Givens

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            • Re: Nice Planet 2011

              Here's a guy who can use a good lawyer.

              http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/05/15...ng-it-to-cops/
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              • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                Originally posted by Brenthoven View Post
                From what I remember, the prisons keep child-abusers/murderers/etc away from the other inmates, due to the internal unwritten prisoner code. Basically, if you mess with kids, the other prisoners will f* you up something fierce.
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                Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                "Oops, did I forget to lock that door?" D*mn.
                Personally, makes it a whole lot easier to deal with those sickos when they're dead instead of wasting time trying to fix them. No fixing them short of short drop with a sudden stop.
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                • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                  So now the dip stick PR flack for an LA mall has decided that Manny Pacquiao's "thoughts" don't meet their high standards. And the boxer is no longer welcome there. I'm sure it'll be a matter of moments before the ACLU jumps into this one. Meanwhile, another lib lines up four square behind free speech.

                  http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2012/...-denies-quote/
                  Last edited by Old Pio; 05-16-2012, 08:27 PM.
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                    Here's a head scratcher: some gay rights activists are opposing the suggestion that the Navy name a ship after Harvey Milk (about which I'm ambivalent). Their reasoning is that he was anti-war. They conveniently overlook or downplay his apparantly honorable service as a Navy diver. Turns out we've recently named a ship for that cheap Abscam crook John Murtha (who at least served in the Marine Corps) and Cesar Chavez who had no connection whatsoever to the Navy. Go figure. We could name a garbage scow after Mama Cass.

                    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012...gay-community/
                    Last edited by Old Pio; 05-16-2012, 08:26 PM.
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                    • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                      Mary Kennedy is dead. We don't yet know the circumstances. Certainly over the years, this family has had more than its fair share of unfortunate deaths. That cannot be questioned. CNN's website today produced the by now cliche rendering of "Kennedy family tragedies." But two of the incidents stand out to me as tragedies for families other than the Kennedy's.

                      What happened on Chappaquiddick to Mary Jo Kopechne all those years ago is a tragedy all right, but for the Kopechnes, not that drunken lech Ted Kennedy. Unless you consider his resulting life long disqualification for the presidency, a "tragedy."

                      And what happened when that piece of sh*t Michael Skakal (who jerked off in a tree before bashing Martha Moxley's head in with a Tony Lima golf club) is most certainly not a Kennedy family tragedy. It's a Moxley family tragedy.

                      The deaths of the three Kennedy brothers, one in war, the other two by assassination. And the death of JFK, jr are legitimate tragedies. Including the Kopechne and Moxley deaths on the list, it seems to me, cheapens the real tragedies of these Kennedy deaths. I'll be accused of "hatred" and "anger" and all the rest, but this is crap.
                      I attribute the inclusion of Mary Jo Kopechne and Martha Moxley primarily to laziness, rather than any political motivation. The activities of Teddy the Hero decades ago has been referred to so often as a "Kennedy tragedy" in the interim that it's entered the American culture, under false pretenses.
                      Last edited by Old Pio; 05-16-2012, 10:58 PM.
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                      • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                        Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                        Mary Kennedy is dead. We don't yet know the circumstances. Certainly over the years, this family has had more than its fair share of unfortunate deaths. That cannot be questioned. CNN's website today produced the by now cliche rendering of "Kennedy family tragedies." But two of the incidents stand out to me as tragedies for families other than the Kennedy's.

                        What happened on Chappaquiddick to Mary Jo Kopechne all those years ago is a tragedy all right, but for the Kopechnes, not that drunken lech Ted Kennedy. Unless you consider his resulting life long disqualification for the presidency, a "tragedy."

                        And what happened when that piece of sh*t Michael Skakal (who jerked off in a tree before bashing Martha Moxley's head in with a Tony Lima golf club) is most certainly not a Kennedy family tragedy. It's a Moxley family tragedy.

                        The deaths of the three Kennedy brothers, one in war, the other two by assassination. And the death of JFK, jr are legitimate tragedies. Including the Kopechne and Moxley deaths on the list, it seems to me, cheapens the real tragedies of these Kennedy deaths. I'll be accused of "hatred" and "anger" and all the rest, but this is crap.
                        I attribute the inclusion of Mary Jo Kopechne and Martha Moxley primarily to laziness, rather than any political motivation. The activities of Teddy the Hero decades ago has been referred to so often as a "Kennedy tragedy" in the interim that it's entered the American culture, under false pretenses.
                        To me, tragedies by the Kennedy family and tragedies on the Kennedy family can be combined to Kennedy Tragedies (any tragedy that involves a member of the Kennedy family). It's lazy journalism (as you said) to lump everything as a tragedy on the family.

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                        • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                          Originally posted by Almington View Post
                          To me, tragedies by the Kennedy family and tragedies on the Kennedy family can be combined to Kennedy Tragedies (any tragedy that involves a member of the Kennedy family). It's lazy journalism (as you said) to lump everything as a tragedy on the family.
                          This is not a huge big deal. I just get tired of hearing about "Kennedy family tragedies," that include Teddy and that Skakal as*hole. I'd really like it if somebody took a golf club to HIS head. Those events, especially Chappaquiddick, have been referred to as "Kennedy family tragedies" for so long, nothing is going to change. So maybe I should just shut up about it. That sentiment will be greeted with silent "yesses" in some quarters, no doubt.
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                          • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                            Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                            This is not a huge big deal. I just get tired of hearing about "Kennedy family tragedies," that include Teddy and that Skakal as*hole. I'd really like it if somebody took a golf club to HIS head. Those events, especially Chappaquiddick, have been referred to as "Kennedy family tragedies" for so long, nothing is going to change. So maybe I should just shut up about it. That sentiment will be greeted with silent "yesses" in some quarters, no doubt.
                            Just remember, the Kennedys made their money through shady schemes, SOME of which may have been illegal.
                            Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
                            Tastes like a warm summer day. -Raylan Givens

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                            • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                              Originally posted by Brenthoven View Post
                              Just remember, the Kennedys made their money through shady schemes, SOME of which may have been illegal.
                              And daddy Joe was way too close to guys with broken noses named Joey Bagodonuts in Chicago.
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                              • Re: Nice Planet 2011

                                Originally posted by Old Pio View Post
                                And daddy Joe was way too close to guys with broken noses named Joey Bagodonuts in Chicago.
                                Their story is fascinating, don't get me wrong. But the uh, questions behind how they got their riches, and we all know money buys fame and fortune....that's what bothers me. I don't give a crap about what they think politically. But that family is not a bunch of folk heroes and inspirations.
                                Never really developed a taste for tequila. Kind of hard to understand how you make a drink out of something that sharp, inhospitable. Now, bourbon is easy to understand.
                                Tastes like a warm summer day. -Raylan Givens

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