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Main / Re: But it was done with a pure heart
Apr 12, 2011, 05:22 PM
While the lawyer was doing what Lawyers do and trying to get his client off...
the Judge...

Julie Kocurek

was feeling extremely sympathetic to the poor girl who may deserve life in prison
Main / Re: Damaged Women Protest
Apr 10, 2011, 10:29 AM
No big deal.
I've watched it over a dozen times now.
It's still realistically funny as hell

I think we should be careful about assuming she got a pussy pass in this instance. According to article she got the maximum sentence allowed under what she was charged and convicted of. If she had robbed, shot him and killed him with a gun then the charges would be different and I think the upper limits would be considerably higher.
You're right. We will have to wait and see if her pussy pass is effective in the near future.

Will her sentence be reduced and her term shortened by early parole?
10 years isn't much for a murder. Whether it's from a knife a gun or a car.
It's still a murder

The Feminist Answer to Bobby Sinclair (Just a delicate touch of megalomania here):

Verizon Small Business Lemonade Stand
The advertisers at Version were male bashing a while back.
Many angry letters stopped those women. I can see they still got their feminist game on.

Main / Re: Sears commercial
Apr 08, 2011, 09:55 PM

They go to a focus group comprised mostly of women, or they do telephone canvassing and end up talking to the ones most likely to jaw with them ... women. Women now dominate the field of advertising and have for quite a while now.
Yep and that is why there are sop many stupid male bashing commercials.
They lack humor but you know women will laugh at the stupidity
Stripper Who Ran Over and Dragged Man to Death Sentenced to 10 Years
Apr 8, 2011 - 5:51 PM .

Kristina Hensley, the 35-year-old stripper from Ohio who killed a client by knocking him down with her car and dragging him more than a mile, has been sentenced to 10 years behind bars.

Butler County Common Pleas Judge Keith Spaeth handed down the maximum sentence, citing victim Jae Cho's "ghastly" and "horrible death."

"I think this defendant, in her way, is remorseful, but at the same time, I think [her actions were] extremely callous," the judge said, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.

The charges in the case stemmed from an August incident in which Hensley, an exotic dancer from Higginsport, about 55 miles south of Cincinnati, had gone to Cho's Monroe home to perform a private dance.

Hensley later told police that Cho had touched her inappropriately and that when she attempted to leave, he jumped in front of her Ford Explorer. Hensley said she was unaware she struck Cho and did not realize he was being dragged underneath her vehicle until she stopped at a gas station more than a mile away and an attendant discovered his body under the SUV. Cho, 31, was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to The Associated Press, the mother of three sons, ages 13, 8 and 7, was initially charged with fleeing the scene of an accident. However, in September, a grand jury indicted Hensley and charged her with murder, aggravated robbery, failure to stop after an accident and theft.

While in jail, Hensley allegedly bragged to other inmates that she had robbed Cho and was aware that he was under her vehicle when she sped off. Jailhouse informants told police Hensley said she was unsuccessful in attempts to dislodge his body from under the vehicle.

Facing a possible sentence of life in prison, Hensley entered into a deal with prosecutors in February, pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and failure to stop, the Journal-News of Hamilton reported.

On Thursday, Hensley's lawyer, Jeremy Evans, asked Judge Spaeth for probation or, at the most, the minimum sentence of three years in prison.

"She did not intend to kill him. ... Everything went crazy that night," Evans said in court.

Sponsored LinksHensley also addressed the court on her own behalf.

"I never had any intention whatsoever for Mr. Cho to get hurt ... I relive what happened every day," she said.

Unmoved by Hensley's claims of regret, Cho's brother, Blue Ash police officer Jun Cho, urged Spaeth to give Hensley the maximum sentence.

"My brother's life is worth more than 10 years, Your Honor, but that's what we're stuck with," Jun Cho said.
Spaeth ultimately sided with the Cho family, telling Hensley, "This court has no choice."]

Is that a pussy pass sticking out of your purse?
Light sentence for gal boasting about robbing and killing a man.

WASHINGTON -- A deadline looming, the Congress' top Democrat accused Republicans on Friday of risking a government shutdown because they want to make it harder "for women to get cancer screenings."

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid unleashed his attack as his main antagonist in long-running negotiations, Speaker John Boehner, said spending cuts -- not social issues-- were blocking agreement to prevent a shutdown at midnight.

"Most of the policy issues have been dealt with and the big fight is about spending," Boehner said Friday afternoon.

The maneuvering unfolded as President Barack Obama canceled a trip to Indianapolis and spoke in separate phone calls with Reid and Boehner.

"Discussions between the leaders and the White House aimed at reaching a budget agreement are continuing," White House press secretary Jay Carney said in a written statement.

"I assure you, these are not unresolvable issues," added Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.

Obama, Reid and Boehner met at the White House on Thursday evening for the third time in two days, and their aides struggled without success to reach agreement in middle-of-the-night talks in the Capitol.

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For a nation eager to trim to federal spending but also weary of Washington bickering, the spending showdown had real implications.

A closure would mean the furloughs of hundreds of thousands of workers and the services they provide, from processing many tax refunds to approving business loans. Medical research would be disrupted, national parks would close and most travel visa and passport services would stop, among many others.

Lets shut the government down to keep women from getting their breast cancer screenings.
Yes that's it. Hey ya need to buy some swampland?

Democrapers or Gop.
Not much of a difference in my book but those liberals sure talk foolishly.

I've had two female bosses that really were bad news.
One made my life difficult after I shoved her drunk ass away at a company Christmas party after she came on to me. I tired to be nice about it.
If I wasn't married I may have went along with it.
Women don't handle rejection well. Okay, women don't do rejection at all.
The other one was a swinging bi-sexual slut that become a boss after I refused her advances.
She went out of her way to make my days unbearable. This slut had been caught giving BJs in the building to younger guys.
The company warned her and let it go. Years later she got promoted to manager.

In my younger years I had a few female bosses that were okay except for one that abused me by making me massage her back most every night while she counted the daily take.
It was horrible just plain horrible I tell you.  Isn't that sexual harassment? sniff, sniff.
She had a nice Italian hard body with awesome boobs that I had a great view of as I stood behind her nightly and it drove me nuts.
Freaking tease!  No, she was okay really.


It's a biological imperative. She's got to spread her eggs around to insure bio-cultural diversity and inclusivity and racial/ethnic tolerance and fight the Patriarchy and ...

somebody help me here, I'm running out of cow manure!
:cyclo: :icon_cyclops_ani: :cyclo:
You forgot the all important "And you know all women do it"

There now it's justified for all women and we must man up and deal with it rationally.
I have a strong urge to hurl
Main / Re: Sears commercial
Apr 07, 2011, 06:44 PM
Strangely enough.
My youngest son loves to cut grass and do mechanic work too.
He helps me do maintenance on everything.

When he was 2 & half I nicked named him "Mr Fix it" after he took his training wheels off his bike.
 I told him to let me put them back on before things got lost, he demanded "Go! I fick it!"
And to my surprise, he did fik it.

He pushes me to cut grass before the grass needs it.
Yesterday he said lets go cut grass.
I normally do most of the weed eating and edging while he mows.
aprox. 1 acre with a few bad slopes..

I told him I don't feel well. My health has been bad for months now.
So he did it all.  And loved every moment.
I even had to tell him it's time to put the weed eater up now.
I think he would have been doing it til dark:30..

He is turning 14 this Sunday.

It's a real blessing to have a son like this. He is the best thing ever and my bestest friend even.

My first son had to be forced to do anything and he still complains about working for a living.
His Mum spoiled him rotten.

Main / Re: Just ran across this
Apr 07, 2011, 06:26 PM

A chip off the old brock

must be one of those kids so many women ooh and ah over
That rare one they think is so handsome.
Text of Rio de Janeiro shooting letter

Translation of a letter left at the scene of Brazil's school shooting by Wellington Oliveira, 23, who police say fatally shot 11 children before killing himself. The letter was posted on the website of the Globo television network.

By The Associated Press


You should first know that the impure cannot touch me without gloves, only the chaste or those who lost their chastity after marriage and were not involved in adultery can touch me without gloves, or, in other words, no fornicator or adulterer can have direct contact with me, nor anything that is impure can touch my blood, nothing impure can have direct contact with a virgin without his permission, those who prepare my burial should take off all my clothes, wash me, dry me and wrap me totally naked in a white sheet that is in this building, in a bag that I left in the first room on the first floor, after they have wrapped me in this sheet they can put me in my coffin. If possible, I want to be buried next to the grave where my mom sleeps. My mom's name is Dicea Menezes de Oliveira and she is buried in the Murundu cemetery. I need to be visited at my grave by a faithful follower of God at least once, he must pray in front of my grave and ask God's forgiveness for what I did praying that upon his return Jesus wakes me from the sleep of death for eternal life.

I left a house in Sepetiba which no family needs, there are poor institutions, financed by generous people, that take care of abandoned animals, I want this space where I passed my final months donated to one of these institutions, because the animals are being very despised and need much more protection and care than human beings who have the advantage of being able to communicate, to work to feed themselves, so those who take ownership of my house, I ask you to please have some common sense and abide by my request, automatically they will be fulfilling the wishes of my parents who wanted to pass this property to my name and everybody knows this, comply with my request otherwise they automatically will be disrespecting my parents' wishes, which would prove that all of you have no consideration for our parents who now sleep, I believe that all of you have some consideration for our parents, proving this by doing what I asked.

But why?
Flirting With Danger: 3 Reasons Why Women Cheat More Than Men

Got a bad case of wandering eye? You're in good company -- a survey of 3,000 people found that women are more likely to cheat than men.

The poll, taken by British dating firm Coffee & Company, showed that while 9 percent of men were certain they'd be unfaithful if they fell for somebody else, a whopping 25 percent of female respondents said they would definitely have an affair if an outsider piqued their interest.

How do you know if you're likely to wind up in someone else's bed? The survey claims that women age 35 to 40 were the most likely to dabble in infidelity. One popular reason: Many are childless and looking to get more than a good-night kiss as a result of the tryst, Coffee & Co. reports.

But that's not the only reason why women are more likely to cheat on their partners, the survey says.

Many look for love elsewhere out of feelings of neglect, either physical or emotional. If sex becomes, well, kind of boring and predictable, women may wander away to find someone else who can spice things up.

Feeling emotionally undervalued or just flat-out ignored can also lead to infidelity. If a husband is neglecting his wife so he can, say, work on his ship-in-a-bottle collection, the wife might go on the prowl for a guy who makes her feel good about herself -- as opposed to, say, hanging out with a husband who makes her feel less interesting than a tiny ship encased in glass.

It's important to remember that all relationships take work and none are perfect. The solution to unhappiness in love and marriage is probably not to have sex with a stranger. It's much more likely to involve communicating with your significant other and working out your problems -- before you do irreparable harm (just 15 percent of men say they would forgive a cheater).

We know, we know: Talking it out with the guy you love sounds considerably less fun than hooking up with a total hottie on your girlcation. But on the plus side, you're far less likely to get an STD simply by having a civilized conversation in your living room. And in the process, you may even save your relationship and remember why you fell in love with him in the first place.


SkyBlue said

So it's the man's fault that the woman cheats? It's his fault when HE cheats too. The man is always at fault, isn't he? Once again, women have an excuse for not taking responsibility for their actions.

Posted Mar 2nd, 2011 6:36PM

Judy said

America is soooo sick of deadbeat moms, cheating women and tattoed bimbos playing victim to gain manic control, exploit children for unearned income and getting away with all manner of abuse toward men, fathers and his children.