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(journal times)   Man loses semi-truck and 5-year-old son at strip club. Why yes, drinking was involved   (journaltimes.com) divider line 39
    More: Dumbass, child neglect, Marion County, public intoxication  
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2009-11-24 10:42:01 PM
So when is the single coming out?
 
2009-11-24 11:15:18 PM
If you've been drinking, you usually want to be really, really, really certain your car was stolen before calling the cops. I walked for 30 minutes around all the blocks near my apartment just to be sure I didn't just forget where I'd parked last time my car was stolen.
 
2009-11-25 12:06:09 AM
SJKebab: So when is the single coming out?


It still needs a missing dog and a broken "gee-tar" to qualify.
 
2009-11-25 12:46:31 AM
Sign of the hard economic times No. 23: strippers are really expanding the definition of what constitutes an acceptable tip
 
2009-11-25 12:46:55 AM
davidphogan: If you've been drinking, you usually want to be really, really, really certain your car was stolen before calling the cops. I walked for 30 minutes around all the blocks near my apartment just to be sure I didn't just forget where I'd parked last time my car was stolen.

This. Have been certain my car was stolen several times at the mall. Dang pilot stores and their multiple entrances.
 
2009-11-25 12:47:01 AM
davidphogan: If you've been drinking, you usually want to be really, really, really certain your car was stolen before calling the cops. I walked for 30 minutes around all the blocks near my apartment just to be sure I didn't just forget where I'd parked last time my car was stolen.

The *last time* your car was stolen???
 
2009-11-25 12:50:27 AM
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"Speaking of spawn, Clara, where are your kids?"
"Oh yeah, huh?"
*looks the other way uninterestedly*
 
2009-11-25 12:52:12 AM
A stripping babysitter........ If only the guy had been thinking outside the box.

.....and why yes, that was a double entendre.
 
2009-11-25 12:54:42 AM
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He should have turned his hat backwards
 
2009-11-25 01:01:42 AM
Fano you beat me to it...
 
2009-11-25 01:05:24 AM
Losing the kid I understand; they're small, light, and self-propelled. But a big rig is the sort of thing that just won't walk off on it's own. To lose one looks like carelessness.
 
2009-11-25 01:09:11 AM
JasonOfOrillia: Losing the kid I understand; they're small, light, and self-propelled.

I LOLed, now everybody is looking at me stranger than usual.

Last time my car was stolen, my responce was "What someone was stupid enough to steal that, they deserve what they get". Found it ass ent into a tree with blood on the steering wheel. Yup they hurt for stealing my @#$%box
 
2009-11-25 01:09:45 AM
He should have met the kid half way across the sky, out where the world belongs to only the both of them.
 
2009-11-25 01:18:50 AM
doktorinjh: Fano you beat me to it...

Hey, should have been Boobies. I would have found a better pic if I wasn't trying for speed.
 
2009-11-25 01:22:54 AM
What is with all the "LAST TIME my car was stolen" going on here? Do you guys routinely get your cars stolen? Where do you live, downtown Detroit? Compton?

I've never had a car stolen, or even broken into. Even when I lived in Hollywood and never locked the doors.
 
2009-11-25 01:29:23 AM
Gyrfalcon: What is with all the "LAST TIME my car was stolen" going on here? Do you guys routinely get your cars stolen? Where do you live, downtown Detroit? Compton?

I've never had a car stolen, or even broken into. Even when I lived in Hollywood and never locked the doors.



I had 2 cars stolen in 3 years, one was totaled by a drunk and one was found a few streets down with some stilettos in the back seat. The drunk is probably still incarcerated, I have a sneaking suspicion an ex might've had an extra key of mine and had a joyride that last time. Dusted for prints and was "inconclusive," aka cops don't give a shiat when you find your wheels intact in an area where tweakers and crackheads loiter and sling sacks from the trees.

/San Bernardino at the time, new place isn't much better though
//Actually got a garage to lock her in at night nowadays
 
2009-11-25 01:29:30 AM
Pffft. Big deal. Left in the parking lot.

You know what I got for Christmas from the old man when I was a kid? Well it was a banner farking year at the old EattonHogg family! I got a carton of cigarettes. The old man grabbed me and said "hey! Smoke up Johnny!"

Okay, so go home and cry to your daddy, don't cry here, okay?
 
2009-11-25 01:33:01 AM
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Dey tuk 'eas trruck!
 
2009-11-25 01:40:56 AM
FTFA:
The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child.

"(Fill in man's name here), you got some 'splainin' to do..."

(accompanied with crossing of arms, lifting of eyebrow, and tapping of foot...)
 
2009-11-25 01:45:56 AM
syzygy whizz: FTFA:
The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child.
Did he have to wait for her shift to end?
 
2009-11-25 01:52:06 AM
graham_paige: syzygy whizz: FTFA:
The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child. Did he have to wait for her shift to end?


I'm sure he wanted to....
 
2009-11-25 02:09:24 AM
"The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child."

& that my friends, is a real Lady... of the Nite.
 
2009-11-25 02:21:49 AM
But officer I was only spending some quality father son bonding with my son!
 
2009-11-25 03:55:53 AM
SirEattonHogg: Pffft. Big deal. Left in the parking lot.

You know what I got for Christmas from the old man when I was a kid? Well it was a banner farking year at the old EattonHogg family! I got a carton of cigarettes. The old man grabbed me and said "hey! Smoke up Johnny!"

Okay, so go home and cry to your daddy, don't cry here, okay?


What you did there? I saw it.


/Don't you forget about me. Hey hey hey hey.
 
2009-11-25 04:04:01 AM
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Fella, there are 3 things wrong with your story there. And seeing as there are only 3 things in it, that's sayin something.
 
2009-11-25 05:25:39 AM
D_Evans45 re your pic post

Clara has some nice tits. Now if she had a flat head, and I could find a big enough paper bag..... ah fark it, easier to just jack off.
 
2009-11-25 07:30:40 AM
"semi-truck"? Is that like an el camino or a brat or something?
 
2009-11-25 07:46:49 AM
quantum_jellyroll: davidphogan: If you've been drinking, you usually want to be really, really, really certain your car was stolen before calling the cops. I walked for 30 minutes around all the blocks near my apartment just to be sure I didn't just forget where I'd parked last time my car was stolen.

The *last time* your car was stolen???


Hey, my parents have actually lost count of how many times their cars have been stolen.

//Why yes, I'm from Detroit. Why do you ask?
 
2009-11-25 08:36:26 AM
If it was my kid I would have assumed they ran away with the truck and one of the strippers.
 
2009-11-25 08:46:54 AM
D_Evans45: "Speaking of spawn, Clara, where are your kids?"
"Oh yeah, huh?"
*looks the other way uninterestedly*


Hahahaha
 
2009-11-25 09:18:23 AM
Fano: He should have turned his hat backwards

Is it odd that the guy in the middle has a Toyota hat on? I dunno, Ford or Chevy seems more likely.
 
2009-11-25 10:39:56 AM
Fark In A Wind Storm: "The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child."

& that my friends, is a real Lady... of the Nite.


It's rather difficult to properly punish him while he is safely behind bars.
I'm wondering if he didn't try and bribe the guards into letting him stay for a few months.
 
2009-11-25 01:18:27 PM
I don't know, sounds like a bad bet when you lose your truck and your kid. And you got to be drunk to make wagers at a strip club. I bet she ain't gonna take off her top...

DNRTFA
 
2009-11-25 05:16:51 PM
When my car was stolen the cop forced me to drive around the block and look for it as he assumed I was just drunk or stupid (I was in a college frat at the time so I'll cut him that slack). Of course, the car really was stolen and turned up in another state after an arrest three months later.

/cool story bro
/TFA, nice story to start the holiday season (together with Charlie Manson Dad)
 
2009-11-25 07:15:07 PM
syzygy whizz: FTFA:
The man was taken to the Marion County jail, where his wife picked up him and the child.

"(Fill in man's name here), you got some 'splainin' to do..."

(accompanied with crossing of arms, lifting of eyebrow, and tapping of foot...)


Oh waily waily waily, not the crossin o' the arms! Not the tappin of the foot! Nooooooo!
 
2009-11-25 08:25:16 PM
lost your truck and your kid... sounds like it could be a great country song.
 
2009-11-25 08:52:28 PM
I bet he has a mullet. The story just screams that the guy has a mullet.
 
2009-11-26 01:03:47 AM
quantum_jellyroll: The *last time* your car was stolen???

It was broken into over 10 times in San Diego and Portland. Several were "stolen", even though I got no response until the occifers slept in. This was when it was completely stolen.
 
2009-11-26 01:17:46 PM
D_Evans45: Gyrfalcon: What is with all the "LAST TIME my car was stolen" going on here? Do you guys routinely get your cars stolen? Where do you live, downtown Detroit? Compton?

I've never had a car stolen, or even broken into. Even when I lived in Hollywood and never locked the doors.


I had 2 cars stolen in 3 years, one was totaled by a drunk and one was found a few streets down with some stilettos in the back seat. The drunk is probably still incarcerated, I have a sneaking suspicion an ex might've had an extra key of mine and had a joyride that last time. Dusted for prints and was "inconclusive," aka cops don't give a shiat when you find your wheels intact in an area where tweakers and crackheads loiter and sling sacks from the trees.

/San Bernardino at the time, new place isn't much better though
//Actually got a garage to lock her in at night nowadays


I had two cars stolen in two years in front of my house. (San Bernardino Mtns.) can ahppen anywhere, maybe the scum from Berdoo is making their way up the hill more often. Lights and security cams now , and this is in a dinky town. CA. car theft capitol of the world!!!
 
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