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(WSMV Nashville)   While on a 9 hour layover in Nashville, guy decides to rob and shoot up the slaughterhouse, set it on fire, crap all over a law office, steal a couple cabs, impersonate a female housekeeper at a hotel, rob some people while crying and then some   (wsmv.com) divider line 125
    More: Dumbass, police authority, Nashville, slaughterhouses, Greyhound bus, female housekeeper  
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2012-04-10 09:45:35 AM  
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"I wonder where our line producer on Layover disappeared to."
 
2012-04-10 09:49:23 AM  

Crunch61: I'm betting Xanax and alcohol. That shiat makes people go nuts.


I used to severely abuse both at the same time, and all that happened was I would pass the fark out if I took to much of either.

They are both sedatives and both increase the effectiveness of GABA, which is the brain's natural "tranquilizer." Thus, I can't imagine he'd be able to stay awake to keep doing all that with those drugs.

I'm thinking something more like PCP or Meth....behavior more consistent with those drugs....
 
2012-04-10 10:04:49 AM  
Schizophrenia? Psychosis? Meth? Schizophrenic Psychotic on meth?
 
2012-04-10 10:12:46 AM  

Crunch61: Snapper Carr: Meth is a hell of a drug

I'm betting Xanax and alcohol. That shiat makes people go nuts.


Ugh, I spent the last two weeks trying to deal with a relative on Xanax, alcohol, PCP, and Nelly only knows what else. There wasn't a thing I could do because I kept being told the individual was not insane or senile, rather "only an addict". Personally, I think we need to take another look at how we define insanity. I think the current standards are a little slack.
 
2012-04-10 10:27:28 AM  

ambassador_ahab: I've never even pulled something that ridiculous off in GTA.


You're not playing it right
 
2012-04-10 10:43:22 AM  

revrendjim: The Aristocrats?


Or at least a "then it gets weird"
 
2012-04-10 10:51:08 AM  

7th Son of a 7th Son: So is that normal for people finding out they're stuck in Nashville for 9 hours?


pretty much,
/imagine having to live here.
 
2012-04-10 11:16:24 AM  
I really need to get out there and do more with my life.
 
2012-04-10 11:24:08 AM  

Smoky Dragon Dish: Neondistraction: pnkgtr: "He was just on a terror . I've never seen anything like this before," said Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
Or tear, Whatever. Nice bit of journalism.

In all fairness, it's entirely possible the guy actually said terror and the author quoted him accurately.

How's that?


Because I've heard people mistakenly use 'terror' in that context before. Just like some people will say 'all intensive purposes' when they should say 'all intents and purposes'.
 
2012-04-10 11:44:21 AM  

Neondistraction: Smoky Dragon Dish: Neondistraction: pnkgtr: "He was just on a terror (sic). I've never seen anything like this before," said Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
Or tear, Whatever. Nice bit of journalism.

In all fairness, it's entirely possible the guy actually said terror and the author quoted him accurately.

How's that?

Because I've heard people mistakenly use 'terror' in that context before. Just like some people will say 'all intensive purposes' when they should say 'all intents and purposes'.


oops.. that isn't what I mean to do last time, screwed up a tag... (derpderp)

Now.....How's that?

/D'oh
 
2012-04-10 11:52:45 AM  

Neondistraction: Smoky Dragon Dish: Neondistraction: pnkgtr: "He was just on a terror . I've never seen anything like this before," said Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
Or tear, Whatever. Nice bit of journalism.

In all fairness, it's entirely possible the guy actually said terror and the author quoted him accurately.

How's that?

Because I've heard people mistakenly use 'terror' in that context before. Just like some people will say 'all intensive purposes' when they should say 'all intents and purposes'.


I'm not sure that he said 'terror'. I'm originally from Nashville and listening with Nashville ears.
 
2012-04-10 12:37:57 PM  

ambassador_ahab: Crunch61: I'm betting Xanax and alcohol. That shiat makes people go nuts.

I used to severely abuse both at the same time, and all that happened was I would pass the fark out if I took to much of either.

They are both sedatives and both increase the effectiveness of GABA, which is the brain's natural "tranquilizer." Thus, I can't imagine he'd be able to stay awake to keep doing all that with those drugs.

I'm thinking something more like PCP or Meth....behavior more consistent with those drugs....


We had a guy in my neighborhood (featured here on Fark some time ago) that was farked up on alcohol and Xanax. Ah, here it is. (new window)
 
2012-04-10 01:06:54 PM  
When did he record the C&W song in all of this ?
 
2012-04-10 02:28:05 PM  

Crunch61: ambassador_ahab: Crunch61: I'm betting Xanax and alcohol. That shiat makes people go nuts.

I used to severely abuse both at the same time, and all that happened was I would pass the fark out if I took to much of either.

They are both sedatives and both increase the effectiveness of GABA, which is the brain's natural "tranquilizer." Thus, I can't imagine he'd be able to stay awake to keep doing all that with those drugs.

I'm thinking something more like PCP or Meth....behavior more consistent with those drugs....

We had a guy in my neighborhood (featured here on Fark some time ago) that was farked up on alcohol and Xanax. Ah, here it is. (new window)


Why is it that they're always in a fit of rage over personal issues? Why doesn't it ever occur to these people that the issue is them?
 
2012-04-10 04:02:19 PM  
I've lived here for the last 13 years and this guy had more fun in 9 hours than I've had since I got here.
 
2012-04-10 05:40:11 PM  
What a busy multi-tasking motherfarker! Gettin' it done, son.

-He made way more stops than the Greyhound he was riding in did
 
2012-04-10 07:35:09 PM  
Kinda reminds me of "Junior" in the movie Miami Blues with Alec Baldwin.

Are you Herman Gottlieb?
 
2012-04-10 08:31:53 PM  
Sounds like this guy picked a bad week to stop sniffing glue
 
2012-04-11 02:20:52 AM  

WrongTrousers: Vega.: ...impersonate a female housekeeper at a hotel...

You want towel?

/obscure?

[3.bp.blogspot.com image 400x267]


So happy you posted that.
 
2012-04-11 01:28:27 PM  

pnkgtr: "He was just on a terror. I've never seen anything like this before," said Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
Or tear, Whatever. Nice bit of journalism.


No, everything is terror now. This man is a domestic terrorist. This post is inciting domestic terrorism. Terror terrorizing terrible terriers in Terror terroir.
 
2012-04-11 01:55:22 PM  

Lunaville: Crunch61: Snapper Carr: Meth is a hell of a drug

I'm betting Xanax and alcohol. That shiat makes people go nuts.

Ugh, I spent the last two weeks trying to deal with a relative on Xanax, alcohol, PCP, and Nelly only knows what else. There wasn't a thing I could do because I kept being told the individual was not insane or senile, rather "only an addict". Personally, I think we need to take another look at how we define insanity. I think the current standards are a little slack.


We have a legal notion of temporary insanity for something as minor as intense stress (although it's rarely successfully used), and certainly of permanent insanity. In many states we will institutionalize someone for voicing suicidal thoughts no matter how level-headed they are. Given that drugs can easily fry the brain with a little abuse, what is different about addiction that makes institutions so willing to turn their backs and shrug their shoulders? It's a personal failing, but so are a lot of other things we help people get back on their feet from.
 
2012-04-11 02:45:45 PM  

foxyshadis: Given that drugs can easily fry the brain with a little abuse, what is different about addiction that makes institutions so willing to turn their backs and shrug their shoulders?


i1127.photobucket.com

M'kay?
 
2012-04-11 02:47:30 PM  
In all seriousness though its because society in general hasn't adapted to the biological model of addiction. Addiction is still seen as a symptom of a character flaw, not a neurochemical process.
 
2012-04-11 04:48:38 PM  
If this guy had a straw on him, he could have gone all ninja style in the water vat and gotten away with it.
 
2012-04-12 01:32:11 AM  

Neondistraction: pnkgtr: "He was just on a terror. I've never seen anything like this before," said Sgt. Tony Blackburn.
Or tear, Whatever. Nice bit of journalism.

In all fairness, it's entirely possible the guy actually said terror and the author quoted him accurately.


When that's done 'sic' is added to show it as quoted.
 
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