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(Miami Herald)   Miami's Cocaine Queen gunned down in Medellin butcher shop   (miamiherald.com) divider line 179
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2012-09-04 06:37:47 AM  
That doesn't look like any of the queens I've seen in South Beach.
 
2012-09-04 06:37:55 AM  
Did anyone say hello to her little friend?
 
2012-09-04 06:43:53 AM  

VonEvilstein: green gunpowder tea


wait a second... i have a can of this in my cupboard... tell me more...
 
2012-09-04 06:45:31 AM  

BronyMedic: pippi longstocking: It's a difficult situation, at the very least they should be decriminalized. Legalization entails that manufacturers are liable for ill effects, and hard drugs only have ill effects, so nobody would dare produce them in a legal environment unless they were immune from suit.

Except that cocaine IS decriminalized to an extent - it's a legal, albit controlled, pharmaceutical with legitimate medical uses. It would still never garnish FDA approval for a recreational or over the counter substance, and would still be considered illegal for general possession and use. The same with Methamphetamines.


The only medical use for cocaine that I am aware of is for anesthesia. A friend of mine got a couple of snootfulls when she had a nose job. What other uses does it have?
 
2012-09-04 06:51:30 AM  

Sean M: That doesn't look like any of the queens I've seen in South Beach.


Heh.
img2-3.timeinc.net 

/hot, like the stage
 
2012-09-04 06:52:41 AM  

thamike: "GET THE BUTTER!"


since when was Mickey Rooney in Last Tango in Paris?
 
2012-09-04 06:52:42 AM  

AbbeySomeone: The only medical use for cocaine that I am aware of is for anesthesia. A friend of mine got a couple of snootfulls when she had a nose job. What other uses does it have?


It's used in the ER to constrict blood vessels with nosebleeds rather than using silver nitrate sticks to cauterize the tissue. Our old ER in Wayne County TN used to have a vial of pure liquid cocaine setting in the omnicell just for that purpose.
 
2012-09-04 06:53:11 AM  
On what planet is that considered a woman? Wesley Snipes was more feminine in "To Wong Foo" than that piece of shiat!
 
2012-09-04 06:53:25 AM  

namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.


Did you bother to add in all the deaths and injuries that resulted while being under the influence illegal drugs? Just because you aren't gunning down the neighbor pusher in an effort to expand your territory doesn't mean you won't be taking a drug induced dive off a stage during a Green Day concert.
 
2012-09-04 07:02:13 AM  

pippi longstocking: I'm not in favor of drugs, but I'm certainly not in favor of black markets.


I'm not in favor of G-markets. Bread and Circuses are potent enough, thanks much.
 
2012-09-04 07:02:52 AM  
The former kingpin was with a pregnant daughter-in-law

daughter-in-law? So she had a kid which can only mean someone was tapping that? Yikes
 
2012-09-04 07:03:42 AM  

clowncar on fire: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Did you bother to add in all the deaths and injuries that resulted while being under the influence illegal drugs? Just because you aren't gunning down the neighbor pusher in an effort to expand your territory doesn't mean you won't be taking a drug induced dive off a stage during a Green Day concert.


This is why I think prohibition should come back.
Not because it failed and not because it built a criminal empire that corrupted our legal and political system while depriving millions of people, and certainly not because it armed violent thugs with automatic weapons and armored cars so they could rampage through the streets while having private wars, but because some guy who can't hold his liquor might get behind the wheel of a car and kill an innocent bystander.
Well, he might do that without prohibition anyway, but still...
He doesn't need treatment for his addiction, he needs jail time at the most expensive hotel in the state.
 
2012-09-04 07:11:47 AM  
i.imgur.com

Hope it was killed with fire.
 
2012-09-04 07:15:13 AM  

CeroX: VonEvilstein: green gunpowder tea

wait a second... i have a can of this in my cupboard... tell me more...


Girl I used to hang out with told me she and some buddies had smoked it once and were off their tits for the rest of the day.

/ Entirely anecdotal.
// No dosage information known.
/// Do not try this at home.
 
2012-09-04 07:19:59 AM  

hbk72777: Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.



That's what you're quoting as reference?

Really?
 
2012-09-04 07:27:40 AM  

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


One has only to read the description to know that whatever that book contains it does not contain unbiased data. It's far easier to blame the drugs than the user, if you are the user.
 
2012-09-04 07:29:24 AM  
In before Horatio?
 
2012-09-04 07:31:00 AM  
Looks like before she died somebody beat the fark out of her with an ugly stick.

Nothing of value was lost.
 
2012-09-04 07:31:52 AM  
I cannot believe this, but I actually have to congratulate a motorcycle assassin from Colombia. No collateral damage, a "clean" hit on someone 20+ years overdue for it... the only problem I see is that this took so long to happen.
 
2012-09-04 07:33:41 AM  

VonEvilstein: CeroX: VonEvilstein: green gunpowder tea

wait a second... i have a can of this in my cupboard... tell me more...

Girl I used to hang out with told me she and some buddies had smoked it once and were off their tits for the rest of the day.

/ Entirely anecdotal.
// No dosage information known.
/// Do not try this at home.


Obviously... but it's something i have in my house so i was curious what the kids are doing these days...

It's not wise to go around rolling and smoking up any pot leaf looking plant... you could be accidentally rolling up poison sumac and die from it like 2 idiot teens in Indiana back in '02...
 
2012-09-04 07:35:19 AM  
Look, I'm not defending her looks, she looks like a dude to me as well, but come on, that was a picture taken of her at her prison release in 2004 after serving 20 (no doubt) hard years. She's practically 70.
 
2012-09-04 07:36:12 AM  

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


While the book looks very interesting, outlawing Alcohol, tobacco, guns, or twinkies will not fix anything.

Im not for legalizing every drug, sorry but I dont think that Heroin has a legitimate use. Cocaine has some extremely limited medicinal uses. Marijuana is only a dangerous drug if you plan on taking away the munchies from the stoners, etc...

Outlaw booze and it will be smuggled in or it will be brewed the same way it was during prohibition. Tobacco is a plant, it will be damn near impossible to eliminate (look at the way weed grow-ops are constantly being found). Go ahead and outlaw everything, hell outlaw all weapons too. I bet you will see a cottage industry rise up to make zipguns, booze, and every other possible item..
 
2012-09-04 07:37:16 AM  
media.miamiherald.com

So who's going to play her in the movie, Joe Pesci or Danny Devito?
 
2012-09-04 07:37:58 AM  
Ahhhhh the good old days, where drug trafficking and murdering 2 year olds got you a measly 20 year in the clink. The US's soft position on organized (white collar AND black) crime from....well always...has not contributed in any way to the current mess we're in today. Nope. Not at all.
 
2012-09-04 07:38:37 AM  

CeroX: VonEvilstein: CeroX: VonEvilstein: green gunpowder tea

wait a second... i have a can of this in my cupboard... tell me more...

Girl I used to hang out with told me she and some buddies had smoked it once and were off their tits for the rest of the day.

/ Entirely anecdotal.
// No dosage information known.
/// Do not try this at home.

Obviously... but it's something i have in my house so i was curious what the kids are doing these days...

It's not wise to go around rolling and smoking up any pot leaf looking plant... you could be accidentally rolling up poison sumac and die from it like 2 idiot teens in Indiana back in '02...


Yeah just grab the Jimson weed that is growing in front of my house instead!
 
2012-09-04 07:39:51 AM  

way south: clowncar on fire: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Did you bother to add in all the deaths and injuries that resulted while being under the influence illegal drugs? Just because you aren't gunning down the neighbor pusher in an effort to expand your territory doesn't mean you won't be taking a drug induced dive off a stage during a Green Day concert.

This is why I think prohibition should come back.
Not because it failed and not because it built a criminal empire that corrupted our legal and political system while depriving millions of people, and certainly not because it armed violent thugs with automatic weapons and armored cars so they could rampage through the streets while having private wars, but because some guy who can't hold his liquor might get behind the wheel of a car and kill an innocent bystander.
Well, he might do that without prohibition anyway, but still...
He doesn't need treatment for his addiction, he needs jail time at the most expensive hotel in the state.


Most people these days can't relate so much with tommy guns and armoured cars so much as a friend getting hurt while stoned (or drunk). I'm saying that alchohol is any better or worse than other mind benders but... alchohol is legal, other drugs not so much.

I'm not against the legalization of marijuanna by the way. I'd prefer you confined the activity to home use, equate it to alchohol and not cigarettes (that means you have to wait until you get home for your "smoke" break), and didn't whine if some employers find smoking marijuanna incompatible with the jobs they offer.

Where I don't get hyped up about legalizing other drugs, is that there already enough stupid ways for the poor to waste their money and enough ways we can all abuse our bodies without further adding to the mix. Yes, there is a body of material out there suggesting that marijuanna is no more dangerous than alchohol, but no i do not want to sponsor a future genration of boneheads that can't differentiate drug culture from reality. I'd prefer that cocaine was a little harder to distribute- thus maintaining a price inaccessible to most-- and that by no means does society approve of it.

Yeah it sucks not to be able to do whatever you want, when you want, but there has to be a line drawn somewhere. Have patience though. Once the government figures out to properly regulate it, I'm sure they will move the line back and you'll find yourself buying marijuanna legally at you neighborhood "green front".
 
2012-09-04 07:43:06 AM  

pippi longstocking: hard drugs only have ill effects


Unless you count any of the numerous benefits of cocaine, amphetamines and opiates, which are used around the world by millions of people every day for treatment. People are going to get high, and keeping that from ruining everything is a nuanced effort.

Same with guns, cars and every other dangerous thing we insist on having around. Having a society is hard!
 
2012-09-04 07:52:18 AM  
"Cocaine godmother" Griselda Blanco

No bird of praise ever lit on Auntie Griselda.
 
2012-09-04 08:02:46 AM  

pippi longstocking: and hard drugs only have ill effects


Citation needed...

(You are wrong. It is okay and what is expected of you.)
 
2012-09-04 08:15:40 AM  

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


hahaha! 'cause that worked so well last time! Good job proving his point!
 
2012-09-04 08:16:34 AM  
Wow you people are trolls, by hard drugs I mean the way they are sold in the black market, which should have been obvious. I wasn't referring to the molecule...

It's like me saying that drinking rubbing alcohol has no benefit, in fact it is just harmful, and you morons go and say, well I drink a beer everyday and I'm fine, or I use it to clean my wounds, or I use it to clean electronic inputs, etc...

Now why don't you go be good trolls and smoke as much crack as you want because it's good for you.
 
2012-09-04 08:17:24 AM  
Full Disclosure: I'm pro-legalization of all drugs. All, inclusive, and even the "icky ones" that I personally don't like. Once the age of majority has been reached the ability to limit ingestion should cease. I'm not pro-legalization of criminal activities or property crimes and my opinion is that those will decrease with legalized drugs but that is a tangential benefit and not why I'm pro-legalization.
 
2012-09-04 08:18:48 AM  

pippi longstocking: Wow you people are trolls, by hard drugs I mean the way they are sold in the black market, which should have been obvious. I wasn't referring to the molecule...

It's like me saying that drinking rubbing alcohol has no benefit, in fact it is just harmful, and you morons go and say, well I drink a beer everyday and I'm fine, or I use it to clean my wounds, or I use it to clean electronic inputs, etc...

Now why don't you go be good trolls and smoke as much crack as you want because it's good for you.


"Hard drugs" has a meaning, you can't change that and run away and claim we're trolls. You were wrong and your ego won't let you admit it. It's okay. I've been wrong plenty of times. You'll get used to admitting your errors and moving on with age.
 
2012-09-04 08:22:26 AM  
nationalpostsports.files.wordpress.com
RIP Bruce Boudreau
 
2012-09-04 08:22:44 AM  

hbk72777: /Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.

 

www.planetcalypsoforum.com
 
2012-09-04 08:24:52 AM  

styckx: loveblondieo: She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.

Discovery ID is one of the best and most under-rated channels, it's all I watch. Saw that episode though and truly an evil biatch.


I would love to be able to cancel all of my cable package... except Discovery ID. You can never have that.

/seriously, our TV almost never changes from that channel
 
2012-09-04 08:40:55 AM  

clowncar on fire: Where I don't get hyped up about legalizing other drugs, is that there already enough stupid ways for the poor to waste their money...


But they're already wasting their money on drugs and, in the process, allowing the criminal element to flourish. Legalization would pretty much eliminate the criminal profit and the income from legal sales could be taxed, those taxes could
 
2012-09-04 08:47:24 AM  

hbk72777: /Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


denver.mylittlefacewhen.com

You don't study history, do you?
 
2012-09-04 08:50:50 AM  

clowncar on fire: way south: clowncar on fire: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Did you bother to add in all the deaths and injuries that resulted while being under the influence illegal drugs? Just because you aren't gunning down the neighbor pusher in an effort to expand your territory doesn't mean you won't be taking a drug induced dive off a stage during a Green Day concert.

This is why I think prohibition should come back.
Not because it failed and not because it built a criminal empire that corrupted our legal and political system while depriving millions of people, and certainly not because it armed violent thugs with automatic weapons and armored cars so they could rampage through the streets while having private wars, but because some guy who can't hold his liquor might get behind the wheel of a car and kill an innocent bystander.
Well, he might do that without prohibition anyway, but still...
He doesn't need treatment for his addiction, he needs jail time at the most expensive hotel in the state.

Most people these days can't relate so much with tommy guns and armoured cars so much as a friend getting hurt while stoned (or drunk). I'm saying that alchohol is any better or worse than other mind benders but... alchohol is legal, other drugs not so much.

I'm not against the legalization of marijuanna by the way. I'd prefer you confined the activity to home use, equate it to alchohol and not cigarettes (that means you have to wait until you get home for your "smoke" break), and didn't whine if some employers find smoking marijuanna incompatible with the jobs they offer.

Where I don't get hyped up about legalizing other drugs, is that there already enough stupid ways for the poor to waste th ...


No it sucks I can't do what I want, when I want, because of assholes like you thinking my line should be the same as yours. It's my body, not yours. Plus the money spent on prisons could easily be put into rehabilitation programs that cure people of their addictions to these drugs instead of punishing them for their use, and never really breaking the cycle of abuse. You live in some stupid fantasy world where what you believe can be, will be if you just twist the thumbscrews tighter, it will never work. Negative reinforcement isn't the way to go, rehab and career help will do a lot more than ass-rape and trying to evade notice of police.
 
2012-09-04 08:52:20 AM  

clowncar on fire: way south: clowncar on fire: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Did you bother to add in all the deaths and injuries that resulted while being under the influence illegal drugs? Just because you aren't gunning down the neighbor pusher in an effort to expand your territory doesn't mean you won't be taking a drug induced dive off a stage during a Green Day concert.

This is why I think prohibition should come back.
Not because it failed and not because it built a criminal empire that corrupted our legal and political system while depriving millions of people, and certainly not because it armed violent thugs with automatic weapons and armored cars so they could rampage through the streets while having private wars, but because some guy who can't hold his liquor might get behind the wheel of a car and kill an innocent bystander.
Well, he might do that without prohibition anyway, but still...
He doesn't need treatment for his addiction, he needs jail time at the most expensive hotel in the state.

Most people these days can't relate so much with tommy guns and armoured cars so much as a friend getting hurt while stoned (or drunk). I'm saying that alchohol is any better or worse than other mind benders but... alchohol is legal, other drugs not so much.

I'm not against the legalization of marijuanna by the way. I'd prefer you confined the activity to home use, equate it to alchohol and not cigarettes (that means you have to wait until you get home for your "smoke" break), and didn't whine if some employers find smoking marijuanna incompatible with the jobs they offer.

Where I don't get hyped up about legalizing other drugs, is that there already enough stupid ways for the poor to waste th ...


I am for the legalization of all drugs because I don't see there being much of a difference at the root of the problem.
We understand and agree that recreational drug use is a bad influence on society. The question is whether we should fight a drug war with rifles or with an agenda focused on harm reduction.
That is, treatment rather than a boot to the neck.

The aggressive methods we've been using have spawned paramilitary forces and shooting battles. We've spent billions on weapons and helicopters, and the result is less than spectacular because at the root of the problem is addiction.
Addiction is a mental/social/medical issue. Its not something you can fight with an armed UAV.

We could treat the addicts for a fraction of the cost and destroy the demand for drugs, similarly to how we deal with alcohol.
The demands of drunks once powered a mafia empire. Now it powers legitimate business while the troublemakers are rounded up and sent to counseling. The alcohol is safer because registered entities make it, and we take a hefty cut of the profits in taxes to use for dealing with drunk drivers and domestic violence.

I'm suggesting that taking the steam out of this war so that biatches like the one in the headline can't go around murdering people because some guy just wants to get high. Lets cut out the middlemen and deal with the addicts ourselves.
 
2012-09-04 08:55:28 AM  
userserve-ak.last.fm

Fellow former Miami kingpin pleased by this news.
 
2012-09-04 08:58:01 AM  

Transubstantive: styckx: loveblondieo: She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.

Discovery ID is one of the best and most under-rated channels, it's all I watch. Saw that episode though and truly an evil biatch.

I would love to be able to cancel all of my cable package... except Discovery ID. You can never have that.

/seriously, our TV almost never changes from that channel


I just discovered it a few weeks ago on Netflix. I'm hooked too.
 
2012-09-04 09:00:32 AM  
Far easier to convince people to pay to punish than pay to help. I'm no different in that regard, I view it as bad practice to pay to fix someone up after their bad mistakes. The cost of that is a secondary (or even further down the list) concern.
 
2012-09-04 09:01:39 AM  
I watched the show cocaine cowboys and she was truly an evil person, I figured she had been snuffed out a long time ago. Good riddence. Sounds like the hitman was quite professional.
 
2012-09-04 09:02:56 AM  
"How'd you get the scar tough Guy?"
"Eating p***y"
/nothing, I gots it
 
2012-09-04 09:03:45 AM  

VonEvilstein: hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.

Because that worked so well last time, and didn't increase the activities of organised crime even slightly. Oh, wait...

And to follow it up, let's ban toads, oregano, banana skins, green gunpowder tea and anything and everything else that could potentially be used in the pursuit of chemically aided, brief escape from thie reality of this shiatty world.

/ cold, dead hands!


The same liberals that want to legalize drugs support democrats who ban salt, transfats, large sodas and baby formula.
 
2012-09-04 09:07:11 AM  

hbk72777: Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


You sound boring
 
2012-09-04 09:08:25 AM  

Nemo's Brother: VonEvilstein: hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.

Because that worked so well last time, and didn't increase the activities of organised crime even slightly. Oh, wait...

And to follow it up, let's ban toads, oregano, banana skins, green gunpowder tea and anything and everything else that could potentially be used in the pursuit of chemically aided, brief escape from thie reality of this shiatty world.

/ cold, dead hands!

The same liberals that want to legalize drugs support democrats who ban salt, transfats, large sodas and baby formula.


It isn't only liberals that want to legalize drugs. I'm libertarian, I support the legalization along with not banning salt, transfats, sodas and formula.

You people with your assumption that there's only 2 parties are really annoying.
 
2012-09-04 09:10:10 AM  

Nemo's Brother: The same liberals that want to legalize drugs support democrats who ban salt, transfats, large sodas and baby formula.


Most of your post is an outright lie.

How utterly unsurprising.
 
2012-09-04 09:13:00 AM  

Girion47: You people with your assumption that there's only 2 parties are really annoying.


You people with your assumption that certain people/parties aren't marginalized/ignored for good reasons are really annoying.

That said, I'm not exactly against marginalizing/ignoring the vast majority of people in the top two either.
 
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