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3dR3 Wrote:at the end of the year we should randomly send one of these people a prize...

Start with this major fuckin idiot, couldnt he buy a hat?

Tattoo lead to arrest in fatal beating
Posted on Aug. 14


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BILLINGS (AP) - Federal task force officers in Billings arrested a man wanted for a fatal beating in Wyoming after they noticed the suspect’s last name tattooed on the side of his head.

Dan Orr, supervisory deputy with the U.S. Marshals Service, said Wednesday that officers arrested Sterling F. Wolfname, 26, at the Montana Rescue Mission on Tuesday evening.

Wolfname was wanted in Riverton, Wyo., for his alleged role in the July 30 beating of 32-year-old Ernest P. Jenkins at a party. Jenkins died the next day at a Casper hospital.



Officers were at the mission working on another case when they happened to walk past Wolfname and recognized him from information they had from Wyoming, Orr said.

“He was just there getting a meal,” he said. “He lied about who he was.”

But the officers noticed a tattoo on the side of his head that said “Wolfname.”

Wolfname was wanted on a warrant from the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office on charges of second-degree murder, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and battery and felonious restraint.

Riverton Police Detective Julie Etter said Wednesday that two other suspects, Basil Blackburn and Vincent Yellowbear Jr., are in custody and have been charged in the case.

Wolfname is being held at the Yellowstone County Detention Facility on $1 million bail. He is expected to be sent back to Wyoming.
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At least let your hair grow out to cover it.
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Who the hell gets their name tattooed to their head in the first place?
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Fel Wrote:Who the hell gets their name tattooed to their head in the first place?

He was going to get "Mom", but instead decided to honour her finest achievement.
Ooops, I crapped my pants
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LAKE LYNN, Pa. -- An 85-year-old great-grandmother from Lake Lynn, Fayette County kept an alleged burglar at bay using a .22-caliber pistol.

According to police, a 17-year-old suspect was attempting to burglarize Leda Smith overnight.


That's when Smith grabbed her gun and told the teen that she would shoot him if he moved, police said.

"I had the gun on him before he turned around and said, 'you've had it,' " Smith told Channel 11-News.

According to police, Smith ordered the boy to dial 911 and then gave him some advice.


"Dial 911 and don't attempt to throw the phone at me, or do anything bad or i'll just shoot you," Smith said.

When police arrived, they took the teen into custody.

Charges have been filed against the boy and an alleged accomplice.
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Some people will just do anything to be number one. Can't let Paul McCartney have anything. huge grin

Phil Collins' divorce from his third wife has landed him at the top of the list for the biggest divorce- payout by a British celebrity in legal history, according to the U.K.'s Mirror.

Collins, 57, paid Swiss-born Orianne Cevey, 35, $46.68 million, topping the Mills-McCartney divorce by $1 million.

The couple, who met while Collins was on tour, announced their separation in 2006.

Collins and Cevey, who was working as a translator at the time, had been married for six years and have two children — Nicolas, 8, and Matthew, 4, the Mirror reported.

But this isn't the first time Collins' bank account has taken a significant dip.

"Marriage has certainly not come cheap for Phil," said a music industry source.

In 1980, Collins divorced his first wife, Canadian-born Andrea Bertorelli. She reportedly ran off with their interior decorator.

In 1994, Collins divorced his second wife, Jill Tavelman, paying her $34 million after he famously dumped her via fax.

It is estimated Collins has paid nearly $84 million in divorce settlements to his ex-wives, according to the Mirror.

The "Genesis" singer recently announced he is giving touring up for good after losing some of his hearing to an ear infection.
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Frisco man primed for battle with HOA over pickup in driveway
By IAN HAMILTON / dallasnews.com

Jim Greenwood is parking his 2007 Ford F-150 in the garage, but he’s not through battling the Frisco homeowners’ association. He says the association has declared the iconic Texas truck not upscale enough to leave in his driveway.

“I’m hoping that based on all the activity and noise that they might change their tune,” he said Monday. “These people [with the association] are in a position of leadership, ideally to serve their constituency.”

Earlier this year, the Concentra Inc. CEO began getting notices from the Stonebriar HOA threatening to fine him for parking his truck in his driveway. They say pickup trucks are not allowed in the driveway – although other luxury vehicles, including the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Mark LT, pass muster.

Bill Osborn, a board member with the association, had explained that those vehicles are “fancier,” “plush with amenities” and do not look like pickups. Most domestic pickups are banned.

Mr. Osborn said this rule has been in place for decades and the fine would be $50 per violation.

"From our inception in 1989 until this spring our restrictive covenants excluded all trucks from overnight parking in the street or driveway," Mr. Osborn said in an e-mail. "Mr. Greenwood felt his Ford F-150 should be allowed. The HOA Board denied his appeal as he has garage space and a(n) F-150 did not fit the criteria."

However, Mr. Osborn said Monday that the issue may be revisited.

Mr. Greenwood said his family has a car, a Suburban and his teenage son’s truck, but only a two-car garage.

"I don't want to mess with the logistics with what's in the garage and what's not," he said.

Since WFAA-TV (Channel 8) publicized Mr. Greenwood’s story this weekend, the controversy has sparked hundreds of comments on dallasnews.com and other sites from people sharing HOA complaints and criticizing the associations’ operations.

“I think it's past time for HOAs to be declared unconstitutional! Bad enough the government dictates our lives ... now homeowners’ associations dictate what type of vehicle you own! I recommend the Ford company sue the heck out of them!” wrote one dallasnews.com reader.

Others, however, suggested that Mr. Greenwood should have understood the rules when he moved into the gated community.

This is not the first time the Stonebriar HOA has fought with homeowners about their vehicles.

John Allen, another resident, said he was told last year that his Chevrolet Avalanche qualified as a pickup and had to be moved inside. After hiring a lawyer and arguing his case, he said, the association added the Avalanche to the list of vehicles approved for outside parking.

“I’m all for keeping the place nice, but when it gets to the point of onerous living, that’s no good,” he said. “The whole pompous attitude of it is amazing.”

Disagreements with homeowners’ associations – about additions, shrubbery, fencing and other issues – are not new.

State Rep. Burt Solomon, R-Carrollton, has introduced legislation to provide homeowners more recourse in their battles against the associations, arguing that they can be abusive and overbearing. He said he has won small battles about limited issues, but no comprehensive reform, and he intends to take up the legislation again in January.

“Why would you do that to your neighbor? There needs to be more transparency. There needs to be more accountability,” he said. “There needs to be more fiduciary responsibility in how boards conduct their business with the membership.”
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I would put this in the driveway

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Securb Wrote:I would put this in the driveway

Well, its not a truck.
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[SIZE="4"] Crocodile eats Bangladesh man who sought its blessing[/SIZE]

DHAKA (AFP) - A crocodile killed and devoured a 25-year-old man in Bangladesh who waded into a pond next to a shrine hoping to be blessed by the animal, police said Thursday.

Inspector Humayun Kabir told AFP that Rubel Sheikh and his mother travelled 50 kilometres (30 miles) from their home to visit the Muslim Khan Jahan Ali shrine, where the attack happened.

Kabir said hundreds of people visit the shrine every day to offer hens and goats to the five crocodiles living in the pond. Part of the ritual also involves bathing in the water.

"He went into the pond hoping to be blessed when a crocodile attacked him and dragged him into the deep part of the pond," Kabir said.

"This is a very unusual incident. Normally, the crocodiles are very friendly and do not harm people."

Kabir said about 25 people dived into the pond following the attack on Wednesday, but could not find the man's body.

It washed ashore on Thursday and had been largely eaten, he said.
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