Friday, June 21, 2024

And I'll leave you with this:


Ha ha, fooled ya!

When a Texas tow company worker discovered what appeared to be a woman’s body in the front passenger seat of an abandoned Porsche, he dialed 911 to report his concerning find.

The body had been wrapped in blankets, though hair on its head was visible from outside the vehicle.

With friends like these.....

CHICAGO — A group of strangers who quickly befriended a man in Wrigleyville ended up robbing him early Saturday morning. 

The victim stepped out of his Uber on Clark Street, just south of Wrigley Field, when a group of two men and two women started chatting him up around 1:30 a.m., according to initial information. As the man walked home, his new friends tagged along, seeming quite friendly at first.

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Times are tough, gotta make a buck

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer was convicted in San Diego federal court this week of taking bribes to allow drug-laden vehicles across the U.S.-Mexico border.

We haven't played the Guess The Race game in awhile, have we?

A controversial Georgia judge was arrested early Thursday morning after allegedly hitting a police officer on the head and refusing to identify herself outside a nightclub in Atlanta. 

Police detained Douglas County Probate Judge Christina J. Peterson, a Democrat, at a club in Buckhead and charged her with felony obstruction of law enforcement officers by using threats or violence, as well as simple battery of a police officer.

Chris Stapleton - Live Tampa FL. - Heroes & Headliners - 2023

VIDEO HERE  (1 hour, 10 minutes)

0:50 Parachute 
5:19 Second One To Know
9:15 Starting Over
13:37 Millionaire 
18:57 Hard Livin
22:22 Arkansas 
25:27 Mignight Train to Memphis
29:23 You Should Probably Leave
33:07 Cold
39:21 Freebird
41:02 Devil Named Music
47:25 Nobody to Blame
52:36 Traveller 
57:08 Fire Away
1:01:59 Broken Halos
1:05:13 Tenessese Whiskey

The perfect gift for the leftists in your life

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that Snapchill LLC out of Green Bay, WI, is recalling all canned coffee products out of concern the company’s current manufacturing process could lead to the growth and production of botulinum toxin, a deadly toxin. The company failed to file its process for manufacturing with the FDA.

Anger issues..... serious anger issues

A 44-year-old man in California will spend the remainder of his life behind bars for the gruesome killing of a 64-year-old man, beating the victim to death before he “pierced” the older man’s body with multiple wooden sticks, which were found protruding from his eyes, neck, and rectum.

Something in the water?

Twenty-three sets of twins have graduated from a Massachusetts middle school, making up about 10% of the eighth-grade class. 

The identical and fraternal twins graduated from Pollard Middle School in Needham, Massachusetts, on Wednesday. Another student, who is also a twin, graduated but her brother attends a different school, said principal Tamatha Bibbo.

Fucking tweekers, I swear...

Hundreds of people every day walk on Los Angeles' 6th Street Bridge, but at sundown they disappear, and the "Ribbon of Light" goes completely in the dark. 

"About 7 miles from end to end of copper wire that has been stolen," L.A. City Councilman Kevin de León told CBS News. "So these lights are becoming ATM machines."

Photos of Helmet Graffiti in the Vietnam War

One of the most infamous photographs taken during the Vietnam War is of a soldier starting intensely into the camera. Right above his direct stare, is a very simple, yet poignant statement: “War is Hell.” 

The photograph of this soldier and his helmet graffiti was taken by photojournalist Horst Faas on June 18, 1965, during the Vietnam War with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion. It has become one of the most iconic and unforgettable images to come out of the Vietnam War.

AI experimentation is high risk, high reward for low-profile political campaigns

Adrian Perkins was running for reelection as the mayor of Shreveport, Louisiana, when he was surprised by a harsh campaign hit piece.

The satirical TV commercial, paid for by a rival political action committee, used artificial intelligence to depict Perkins as a high school student who had been called into the principal’s office. Instead of giving a tongue-lashing for cheating on a test or getting in a fight, the principal blasted Perkins for failing to keep communities safe and create jobs.

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Left-Wing NYT Columnist Bemoans What ‘We Liberals’ Have Done To West Coast

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof argued Saturday that the West Coast’s version of liberalism just isn’t working, urging liberals to “face the painful fact that something has gone badly wrong where we’re in charge, from San Diego to Seattle.”

Bar authorities in DC want Hunter Biden’s law license suspended in wake of gun crime convictions

The bar association of Washington, D.C., this week filed notice of their intent to seek the suspension of Hunter Biden’s law license in the wake of his multiple felony convictions for lying on a gun application.

Merging Pig with Soy

What do you get if you cross a pig with a soybean?

If you’re waiting for a punchline, there isn’t one. This isn’t a joke. It’s a genuine question, but one we already know the answer to. You get Piggy Sooy, that’s what: a soybean that grows pig protein inside it.

Piggy Sooy is another one of these “foods of the future” we keep being told about. But as with lab-grown meat and plant-based eggs and insect flour and cockroach milk, there’s more to this eldritch abomination than feeding billions of hungry mouths and making sure we don’t boil the planet to death with our carbon emissions. The foods of the future are the future of food: patented and corporate controlled, just like everything else. And that’s not a future we want. Growing corporate control of the food supply, and with it the abandonment of the foods our ancestors consumed, has already been a disaster for our health and the planet. We need less corporate food, not more.

Now those are some seriously dedicated hounds

A fishing crew in Mississippi went out to catch fish, but came back with dozens of dogs instead. 

Bob Gist, of Arkansas, and his friend Brad Carlisle, of Tennessee, decided to meet up in Memphis and travel down to Grenada Lake for a quick fishing trip.

Social media and youth mental health defining challenge of our time: Surgeon general

Creating a surgeon general's warning for social media is a necessary step to respond to the "defining public health challenge of our time," U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy told ABC News' Elizabeth Schulze in an interview on Monday.

"We are living in the middle of a youth mental health crisis, and I have said publicly that this is the defining public health challenge of our time. I firmly believe that. And social media has emerged as an important contributor to that youth mental health crisis, so making social media safer for our kids -- warning kids and parents about the harms associated with social media -- is urgent," Murthy said.

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