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(LBC 97.3)   Nick Hogan Bollea not being held with other inmates in the jail, which they say has nothing to do with his celebrity status   (tampabays10.com) divider line 279
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2008-05-12 03:17:39 PM  
teke184: This kid deserves an ass-beating on general principle, Hogan's kid or not, just because he's a douchebag.

At the risk of sounding like some other's in this thread, I do have to ask: do you really think he'd be this big a douchebag if he hadn't been raised by parents who gave into his every whim and cleaned up after every mess? This is what happens when you save your children from suffering even minor consequences to their actions.
 
2008-05-12 03:18:21 PM  
Y'all see those pics of the Hulkster putting suntan lotion on his daughter and coming uncomfortably close to her stank box?
 
2008-05-12 03:18:33 PM  
farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2008-05-12 03:18:34 PM  
kntgsp
bubbaprog: 2. As much as we would enjoy to see this punk get an ass-kicking, we live in a nation of justice and laws. He wasn't sentenced to an ass-kicking, and thus we have an obligation to ensure he does not receive one.

That's all nice and good, but when do you ever see a normal Joe get treatment to ensure he doesn't receive an asskicking when it's an adult going into gen pop?


Anyone, Anyime. All you have to do is ask and they are required by law to protect you. Please refer to bubbaprog's #2, first sentence, just after the comma.
 
2008-05-12 03:18:55 PM  
diesel3: It sucks when bad things happen to such well-raised, polite, considerate, and hard working people.

www.horsepowerandheels.com


Yeah, I can't wait for Transformers 2 either. Awesome they're ditching the CGI for live action animatronics on the transformations.

Wait... what?

Oh, nevermind.
 
2008-05-12 03:19:12 PM  
Jail /= Prison


Anyone who thinks that jail is the same as prison obviously hasn't been.

Most of the people in jail are there for stupid drunk tricks: disorderly conduct, simple assault or DWI. They show up, they lie on their bunks, they eat the bad food, they wait for the bail money. No one really makes trouble in jail except the one suburban white boy who comes in thinking he's gotta go all OZ on someone and pick a fight so everything thinks he's hard. That kid will get the crap kicked out of him by the jailer and will spend the rest of his time crying into his pillow because he's not as tough as he thought he was.
 
2008-05-12 03:19:21 PM  
I'm guessing they seperated him because HE'S the threat of anal rape. I can't imagine a douche like him actually getting tail off his charm or intelligence.
 
2008-05-12 03:19:32 PM  
G.I.R.B.: *golf clap*

6/10

good jorb


Not even a professional one at that.. I figure if something has got to be done right, do it yourself.
 
2008-05-12 03:20:06 PM  
HotWingConspiracy: Y'all see those pics of the Hulkster putting suntan lotion on his daughter and coming uncomfortably close to her stank box?

I wouldn't worry, she's probably got a big ol' vaginal grill that says "Daddy's Girl" or something similar. He'd never accidentally touch anything.
 
2008-05-12 03:20:08 PM  
NSFW - pops (new window)
 
2008-05-12 03:20:15 PM  
xxBirdMadGirlxx:
teke184: This kid deserves an ass-beating on general principle, Hogan's kid or not, just because he's a douchebag.

At the risk of sounding like some other's in this thread, I do have to ask: do you really think he'd be this big a douchebag if he hadn't been raised by parents who gave into his every whim and cleaned up after every mess? This is what happens when you save your children from suffering even minor consequences to their actions.


The parents have to suffer with the knowledge that they raised a douchebag who is now facing the consequences of the way they raised him. That doesn't make said douchebag any less responsible for his actions. It just means there's plenty of guilt to go around.
 
2008-05-12 03:20:23 PM  
Never heard of him.
 
2008-05-12 03:20:32 PM  
NANCY'S MEAT PUPPET: This asshat deserves jail time and he's lucky he only got eight months. I watched the trial and when the kid who's probably going to be in the vegetable garden for life's family spoke it was pretty tough. I have no sympathy for a spoiled rich kid who thinks money will buy them out of any trouble they can get in.


OH SWEET FSM......THIS

/I truly hated dealing with the little schmucks and slutbags with rich parents.

//Frequently had their family-retained lawyer cooling his or her heels at the station before we even got them there with the little darlings.
 
2008-05-12 03:20:33 PM  
after occassionally watching that show and how his parents treat him, i have no doubt why the kid's an ass. there was one where his dad was talking about how bad he wanted to be 16 and racing cars and banging random teenagers, and encouraging his son to enjoy it.

it was truly creepy.
 
2008-05-12 03:21:02 PM  
Dynascape: ultraholland: It's still prison to me, damnit!

Thats it.

Who the fark is that guy?

Ive seen that picture over and over and still cant figure it out.


The biggest wrestling fan EVER
 
2008-05-12 03:21:20 PM  
ultraholland: It's still prison to me, damnit!

I lol'd
 
2008-05-12 03:21:29 PM  
img236.imageshack.us
 
2008-05-12 03:21:31 PM  
beav: diesel3: It sucks when bad things happen to such well-raised, polite, considerate, and hard working people.

Yeah, I can't wait for Transformers 2 either. Awesome they're ditching the CGI for live action animatronics on the transformations.

Wait... what?

Oh, nevermind.


I L'd OL (or LOL'd, depending upon your education)
 
2008-05-12 03:22:20 PM  
xxBirdMadGirlxx: teke184: This kid deserves an ass-beating on general principle, Hogan's kid or not, just because he's a douchebag.

At the risk of sounding like some other's in this thread, I do have to ask: do you really think he'd be this big a douchebag if he hadn't been raised by parents who gave into his every whim and cleaned up after every mess? This is what happens when you save your children from suffering even minor consequences to their actions.


The only real punishment this idiot will ever get is when he tries to pretend he's in his own Fast and Furious movie and ends up getting into another accident where he loses his legs or gets burnt horribly. And even that will be insufferable when his family wheels him out to showcase how we should all drive safely so they can casually ignore their own lack of parenting skills or how the actions of Douchebag Junior here caused his own misfortune.
 
2008-05-12 03:22:31 PM  
Dynascape: ultraholland: It's still prison to me, damnit!

Thats it.

Who the fark is that guy?

Ive seen that picture over and over and still cant figure it out.


Here ya go

This one's great as well
 
2008-05-12 03:22:45 PM  
I'll echo the, "Who?"
 
2008-05-12 03:23:21 PM  
G.I.R.B.: NANCY'S MEAT PUPPET: This asshat deserves jail time and he's lucky he only got eight months. I watched the trial and when the kid who's probably going to be in the vegetable garden for life's family spoke it was pretty tough. I have no sympathy for a spoiled rich kid who thinks money will buy them out of any trouble they can get in.


OH SWEET FSM......THIS

/I truly hated dealing with the little schmucks and slutbags with rich parents.

//Frequently had their family-retained lawyer cooling his or her heels at the station before we even got them there with the little darlings.


FTFM
Preview is my best friend
 
2008-05-12 03:23:44 PM  
where_is_truth: He's not a celebrity. That might be why.

Nope. Not like there's ever been a tv show that followed him and his family around.
 
2008-05-12 03:24:01 PM  
No shiat, people in jail generally aren't going to be in there for a long time so they have some incentive to behave.
 
2008-05-12 03:24:23 PM  
Fish.
 
2008-05-12 03:24:26 PM  
Dynascape: seen that picture over and over

A couple years ago there was a Legends of Wrestling convention of some sort, and there was a panel about how the internet has created a lot of "smart" fans , and how difficult it was for wrestling to be portrayed as real anymore.

Anyway, at one point during the panel, this guy in the audience gets up and starts delivering a way too emotional personal testimony of how important wrestling is to him. Eventually he starts crying and utters the famous line, "it's still real to me."

And at that point even the wrestlers on the panel looked like they'd be more comfortable having penis reattachment surgery than having to spend another minute in the room with this guy.
 
2008-05-12 03:25:11 PM  
IIRC, Robert Downey, Jr. was in the general population during his prison stay.
 
2008-05-12 03:25:12 PM  
superoogie: The parents have to suffer with the knowledge that they raised a douchebag who is now facing the consequences of the way they raised him. That doesn't make said douchebag any less responsible for his actions. It just means there's plenty of guilt to go around.

I'm not saying he isn't responsible- if I'm remembering his record correctly, this isn't the first crash and he should have done at least weekends for the reckless endangerment.

But seriously- cause and effect. Eventually you have to stand up and be your own person, but some parents cripple their child's ability to be an adult.
 
2008-05-12 03:25:58 PM  
Okay among the heterosexual males here, who the fark DIDN'T race their car when they were young?

/kids are all farking pansies these days
//used to race with an onion tied to my belt
///also once totaled a car with no injuries at all praise the Lord
 
2008-05-12 03:26:26 PM  
Suicidal Writer: Nick shouldn't be in jail. He has some issues that need to be worked out in therapy. He is an extreme risk-taker and I don't think he can really help his compulsion. Sending him to prison won't solve anything. Psychiatric care would better suit him.

He needs both. However, just because a teenager does something incredibly stupid, doesn't mean that he couldn't help his compulsion. You just don't do the stupid shiat. Also if he did have an uncontrollable compulsion, his parents should have been smart enough not to let him drive that shiat in the first place. Don't give a young kid a car like that. They get cocky and drive like maniacs. My friend bought his daughter a BMW for her first car. GOT TOTALLED in a few months. Next, she got a new landrover, TOTALLED with DUI charges. 18 years old. Give them a cheaper car and make them responsible for maintaining it. That'll make em think.
 
2008-05-12 03:26:32 PM  
The kid my not be bright, but I'd sure fark his sister
 
2008-05-12 03:27:22 PM  
NightOwl2255: FTFA: ...they are holding him there because he is the only juvenile in the jail.

Subby should be cockpunched for that headline.


TFA: Right now he is the only convicted juvenile in the jail, the other 56 juveniles have not been convicted yet and are awaiting trial.

Whoops... I guess we should have read the whole article.
 
2008-05-12 03:27:43 PM  
jake_lex: I mean, I know that if anyone goes to jail, there's a risk of them getting an assbeatingpounding, but there's and special target sauce on his back.

/fixed :)
 
2008-05-12 03:28:02 PM  
If they think you're going to get beaten up, they will (sometimes) take you out of general population.

If you ARE beaten up, they will (sometimes) move you to another jail.
 
2008-05-12 03:28:20 PM  
This kid is a grade A douchebag...

his parents let him do anything and bought him everything he wanted and surprise surprise he demolishes a life and doesn't even tell them he's sorry or try and make restitution until he is in front of a judge...
 
2008-05-12 03:28:35 PM  
meg12279: i think the whole family is a bunch of douchebags, but whatever. they segregated tommy lee, too. and high profile criminals, because lots of inmates want to get at them, because they know it would be a big deal. Scott Peterson, for example.

i don't ever want to go to prison. and i'm not famous.


FTW
 
2008-05-12 03:29:56 PM  
seminole87: Okay among the heterosexual males here, who the fark DIDN'T race their car when they were young?

I dunno, drag racing always seemed kind of gay fabulous to me.
 
2008-05-12 03:29:59 PM  
bubbaprog: turning our backs on prison rape is the wrong thing to do.

In prison, turning your back would probably be an invitation to rape.
 
2008-05-12 03:30:23 PM  
In other news, Bollea was sentenced to 8 months in BY GAWD, HELL IN THE CELL!
 
2008-05-12 03:30:50 PM  
seminole87: Okay among the heterosexual males here, who the fark DIDN'T race their car when they were young?


We all tested out the throttle, of course, but most of us didn't have immature parents who handed us 1000HP race cars while not parenting us in an effort to whore themselves out on national TV for additional money and fame. Actions have consequences and this little shiat needs to have his useless parents in a cell with him.

/children's behavior is a direct reflection upon how they were raised...most of the time...especially this one.
 
2008-05-12 03:30:51 PM  
seminole87: Okay among the heterosexual males here, who the fark DIDN'T race their car when they were young?

*Raises hand*

My car at the time probably would have just burst in to flames if I attempted to approach anything near a racing speed.
 
2008-05-12 03:31:00 PM  
where_is_truth: He's not a celebrity...

This.

Famous != Infamous
 
2008-05-12 03:31:10 PM  
xxBirdMadGirlxx:
superoogie: The parents have to suffer with the knowledge that they raised a douchebag who is now facing the consequences of the way they raised him. That doesn't make said douchebag any less responsible for his actions. It just means there's plenty of guilt to go around.

I'm not saying he isn't responsible- if I'm remembering his record correctly, this isn't the first crash and he should have done at least weekends for the reckless endangerment.

But seriously- cause and effect. Eventually you have to stand up and be your own person, but some parents cripple their child's ability to be an adult.


Oh, I'm not saying they didn't cripple and enable him, but they're not legally responsible, and that's all anyone really cares about. No one is ever going to hold parents responsible, because the finger may turn back to them.

The interesting question is whether rich douchebag parents are worse than poor douchebag parents. With poor douchebag parents, the kid is going to end up a criminal, probably violent, probably recidivist. But with rich douchebag parents, the kids will likely be recidivist criminals, but they will get them out of the consequences until they do something really awe-inspiringly bad.
 
2008-05-12 03:32:17 PM  
perryjo:

He needs both. However, just because a teenager does something incredibly stupid, doesn't mean that he couldn't help his compulsion. You just don't do the stupid shiat. Also if he did have an uncontrollable compulsion, his parents should have been smart enough not to let him drive that shiat in the first place. Don't give a young kid a car like that. They get cocky and drive like maniacs. My friend bought his daughter a BMW for her first car. GOT TOTALLED in a few months. Next, she got a new landrover, TOTALLED with DUI charges. 18 years old. Give them a cheaper car and make them responsible for maintaining it. That'll make em think.


I'd agree that the parents are at fault. They knew of his issues, but I don't think they saw it as a psychiatric issue.

Nick is minor though and was one when the accident happened. As a society, we don't let them legally do certain things because they lack the maturity to assess consequences, yet somehow we have no problem punishing them as if they are fully rational. The human brain doesn't stop developing until the mid-twenties, so any sort of judicial punishment should take that into account.

I'm glad his parents are rich because people who serve time are often continuously punished for their mistakes. Rich people can avoid this flaw in society.

Teenagers can be saved. I'm not saying he should get off scot-free, but intense therapy, possibly medication, will be far more beneficial than simply tossing him in jail/prison.
 
2008-05-12 03:33:33 PM  
diesel3: Little twit almost looks proud as he poses in front of his trophy.

That's actually the Hogan family Diablo that burned up, not his yellow "pussy magnet" (seriously, he called it that) Supra.
 
2008-05-12 03:33:35 PM  
IdBeCrazyIf:
Why do we snide him for a burden he carries, a burden he chose not to pick up?


I have one answer for you. We are on fark!
 
2008-05-12 03:34:43 PM  
DAR: Sorry kid, no pity from me but I think it's really the parents fault anyway for letting teenagers drive those kind of power cars.

No, this. My first farking car was a 1972 MG Midget. My second car was a 1976 Chevy Luv pickup with close to 100,000 miles on it. I didn't get a new vehicle until I was farking 31 years old, and could afford it myself, and it still wasn't a damn overpowered street-legal racing car.
 
2008-05-12 03:35:08 PM  
diesel3: Little twit almost looks proud as he poses in front of his trophy.

That is not the car. he was driving a Toyota, not a Lambo.

And I am not trolling here but why all the hate, everything I saw on this was he had an accident and he was speeding. Nothing I read said how fast he was going or if he was drinking. (if I am wrong can you link me to the article thanks)
 
2008-05-12 03:35:55 PM  
I first met Nick and the Hulk in clearwater when he was 7 years old. I worked at the Ice Rink called Sunblades in Clearwater.

I sold all the hockey equipment to Nick AND gave him his first ice skating lessons.

The little kid was an annoying crybaby farking brat back then and as soon as I heard about this I told my dad that I knew something like this would happen to him.

On the flip side, his sister, was a short chubby little tween back in the day. My oh my how she has turned out. Da da da FARK...
 
2008-05-12 03:35:57 PM  
I'm starting to think Suicidal Writer is actually Sunny Ray
 
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