24 12 2007

because the santa was creepy, here’s another weirdo!


Merry Christmas!

24 12 2007

because it’s that holiday season again, I think I’d like to say thank you to all those who read this and to all my friends and family. I know I can be a nuisance sometimes a lot and I want to thank you for putting up with me. merry christmas and have a happy new year. i don’t think I’ll be posting for a while. enjoy the weather, hot cocoa, fireplaces cider egg nog and feast. enjoy your family and the joyous season. and if anyone is feeling especially nice, I’d love a massage. ;-) haha. MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS!


21 12 2007

All points bulletin
From Wikipedia

Was watching a lot of “Without a Trace” and they keep saying APB – now I know what it means. here you go.

“An All Points Bulletin (APB) is a broadcast issued from one law enforcement agency to another. It typically contains information about a wanted suspect who is to be arrested or a person of interest for whom law enforcement officers are to look. They are usually dangerous or missing persons. As used by police, the term dates to at least 1960[1]. An all-points bulletin can also be known as a BOLO, which stands for “be on the lookout”. It is sometimes called a “lookout” or “BOL” for short.

The United Kingdom uses a similar system known as the All Ports Warning, which circulates a suspects description to airports, ports and international railway stations to detect an offender leaving the country. However, due to the great volume of commuters at such places, UK Police forces often prefer to contact specific airports, ports or stations and circulate descriptions individually.”

Ultra-kill. no wait. Fatality.

20 12 2007

Teens Charged in ‘Mortal Kombat’ Death

18 hours ago

JOHNSTOWN, Colo. (AP) — Two teens have been charged with killing the 7-year-old sister of one of them by beating her with imitations of moves from the “Mortal Kombat” video game, prosecutors said.

Lamar Roberts, 17, and Heather Trujillo, 16, were charged as adults on one count each of felony child abuse causing death, state prosecutor Robert Miller said in court documents released Wednesday and filed a day earlier.

According to a police affidavit, the teens were baby-sitting Trujillo’s half-sister, Zoe Garcia, on Dec. 6 while the girl’s mother was at work. Zoe lost consciousness and stopped breathing after the teens hit, kicked and body-slammed her, imitating moves used in the video game, the document said.

Trujillo and Roberts tried reviving the girl by putting her under running water and attempting CPR before they called her mother and 911, the affidavits stated. The girl died at a hospital.

An autopsy showed she had a broken wrist, more than 20 bruises, swelling of the brain, and bleeding in her neck muscles and under her spine, the affidavits said.

There were no listed phone numbers in the Weld County directory for either Roberts’ mother, Linda Clark, or Trujillo’s, Dana Trujillo. Sheriff’s spokeswoman Margie Martinez said late Wednesday that she did not know whether either teen had an attorney. The teens were being held at the Weld County jail but were not permitted to accept phone calls, Martinez said.

Roberts said he was downstairs playing video games while the sisters wrestled upstairs, police said. But a witness quoted in the affidavit said Roberts told her he had kicked the girl.

The witness told police that Roberts said Zoe had told them to stop wrestling. According to the affidavit, when the witness asked why they didn’t stop, he responded, “I don’t know; I was drunk.”

If convicted, the teens could be sentenced to 48 years in prison.

Sex offender and victim

20 12 2007

Girl, 13, charged as sex offender and victim
By Pamela Manson

“Salt Lake City – Utah Supreme Court justices acknowledged Tuesday that they were struggling to wrap their minds around the concept that a 13-year-old girl could be both an offender and a victim for the same act – in this case, having consensual sex with her 12-year-old boyfriend.

The Ogden, Utah, girl was put in this odd position because she was found guilty of violating a state law that prohibits sex with someone under age 14. She also was the victim in the case against her boyfriend, who was found guilty of the same violation by engaging in sexual activity with her.

“The only thing that comes close to this is dueling,” said Associate Chief Justice Michael Wilkins, noting that two people who take 20 paces and then shoot could each be considered both victim and offender.

And Chief Justice Christine Durham wondered if the state Legislature had intended the “peculiar consequence” that a child would have the simultaneous status of a protected person and an alleged perpetrator under the law.

The comments came in oral arguments on a motion asking the high court to overturn the finding of delinquency – the legal term in juvenile court for a conviction – against Z.C., who became pregnant after she and her boyfriend engaged in sex in October 2003.

State authorities filed delinquency petitions in July 2004, alleging that each had committed sexual abuse of a child, a second-degree felony if committed by an adult.

The girl appealed the petition, saying her constitutional right to be treated equally under the law had been violated.

Her motion noted that for juveniles who are 16 and 17, having sex with others in their own age group does not qualify as a crime.

Juveniles who are 14 or 15 and have sex with peers can be charged with unlawful conduct with a minor, but the law provides for mitigation when the age difference is less than four years, making the offense a misdemeanor.

For adolescents under 14, though, there are no exceptions or mitigation and they are never considered capable of consenting to sex.

A juvenile court judge denied the motion by Z.C., who then admitted to the offense while preserving her right to appeal to a higher court. The boy did not appeal.

The Utah Court of Appeals last December upheld the judge’s refusal to dismiss the allegation, saying the law’s “rigorous protections” for younger minors include protecting them for each other. Z.C. then appealed to the state Supreme Court.

At Tuesday’s arguments, Matthew Bates, an assistant Utah attorney general, argued the prosecution of the girl was not unreasonable. He said the statute in question is designed to prevent sex with children who are 13 and younger, even if the other person is in the same age group.

By passing that law, legislators were sending a message, Bates said: Sex with or among children is unacceptable.

Randall Richards, the girl’s attorney, argued that prosecuting children under a law meant to protect them is illogical.

“A child (victim) cannot also be a perpetrator in the exact same act,” Richards said.

The Utah Supreme Court will issue a ruling later.”

Photos of the week

19 12 2007

Last weeks winner: Mc Hammerzeit

Awww! I would.

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Border Patrol: “well, you’re creative, we need more competition in the work place, we’ll let it slide.”

I just love your hair!

;-) hahahhahaha.

Why I would not like to be Spider Man.

19 12 2007

aka why spider man sucks.

1. Lame power. Does not seem safe or plausible to be swinging from building to building with spider webs.
2. Spiders are ok, I’d rather be like a dinosaur or something.
3. The suit is a little much. couldn’t you just wear like a t-shirt and jeans. and I guess something to disguise your face.
4. Sooo emo. We’re supposed to trust superheros not fear that because he’s upset he’ll just say “oh well. fuck ’em all. I’ve got problems too!”
5. Does he have a spider bite that makes other people spiders? don’t think so. the whole “vampire” aspect would be cool. you should work on that marvel.