Hawaii-based bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman
"This might be good for a TV script but not for reality," said
Archive for July 16th, 2003
“Well, who were the last white people you can remember that we bombed? In
fact, can you remember any white people we ever bombed? The Germans! That’s
it! Those are the only ones. And that was only because they were tryin’ to
cut in on our action. They wanted to dominate the world.”
Bullshit! That’s our job.
My inkjet printer needs new cartridges. Went to Microcenter to find combined price for black and color $65. For $20 more I can buy a brand new printer, complete with new cartridges.
Can’t I just use a third-party product or refill my old cartridges? Not if I have a Lexmark, which has added copyright protected code to their printers which make them inoperable with third-party ink. Now the North Carolina legislature has approved a measure which guarantees the consumer’s right to refill ink cartridges.
Interesting if bizarre photo-essay of Mac Addicts devoted enough
|Massachusetts Govenor Mitt Romney yesterday chastised
the Legislature for loosening the state’s new voter-approved English immersion
law, branding it an act of ”unfathomable arrogance” and vowing to oust
who backed the move.. The Legislature on Monday voted to exempt
programs, a form of bilingual education in which students of different
cultures learn each other’s languages simultaneously, from Romneys cuts.
from the Globe….
Defense: Flashing charge physically impossible
EASTON, PA – Robert Peters, a 47-year-old locksmith from Bangor is accused of exposing himself to a client on June 12, 2002, while making a house call in Bethlehem. Peters’ trial began Monday. The victim testified that she and Peters were sipping tea after he finished installing a deadbolt lock when she saw Peters’ semi-erect penis sticking three inches past the bottom of his shorts.
That’s impossible, according to defense attorney Gary Asteak.
“She’s mistaken,” Asteak said. “He’s not that big.”