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(PennLive)   "So why did you drive past this guard into the Army Depot ma'am?" "I was going to my aunt's for her Christmas party"   (pennlive.com) divider line 24
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2012-12-28 03:06:33 PM
What a GIS for the perp may look like:
a0.twimg.com
 
2012-12-28 05:19:51 PM
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2012-12-28 05:26:23 PM
My GPS device said her house was just on the other side of this fence. And across this field. It didn't say ANYTHING about "National Guard Armory". Why are you all pointing those guns at me?
 
2012-12-28 05:26:23 PM
Apple maps?
 
2012-12-28 05:28:17 PM
Anti-aircraft, Anti-tank?
 
2012-12-28 05:31:30 PM
This viral marketing for Saints Row 3 is getting out of hand.
 
2012-12-28 05:34:06 PM

Pichu0102: This viral marketing for Saints Row 3 is getting out of hand.


considering thq is on its way to being deader than a doornail might be all they can afford at this point.
 
2012-12-28 06:12:57 PM
www.fairviewpolice.org
 
2012-12-28 06:22:29 PM
Alcohol -- what can't it do?
 
2012-12-28 06:24:49 PM

uncleacid: Anti-aircraft, Anti-tank?


anti-acid, Aunty Uncle?
 
2012-12-28 06:29:43 PM
Now that's drunk.
 
2012-12-28 06:31:35 PM
She's probably lucky she's not dead.
 
2012-12-28 06:53:17 PM
I've been to New Cumberland Army Depot. You know what it looks like at New Cumberland Army Depot?

www.graffitiwithpunctuation.net
For miles. Not shiatting you.
 
2012-12-28 06:55:28 PM

A Shambling Mound: She's probably lucky she's not dead.


Yeah, either they would have took her down or she would of died form the injuries from the accident if she kept going.
 
2012-12-28 07:19:51 PM
She had to be hot.
 
2012-12-28 07:37:42 PM

Gyrfalcon: My GPS device said her house was just on the other side of this fence. And across this field. It didn't say ANYTHING about "National Guard Armory". Why are you all pointing those guns at me?


Actually that would have been correct being it was a Army depot. They probably have the National Guard ones pegged but the Army ones? Not so much.
 
2012-12-28 07:39:23 PM
On a side note:

RIP Stormin' Norman.
 
2012-12-28 10:20:58 PM
These are the type of people (ignorant and/or ungrateful and/or willfully stupid) that make those who have served / are serving feel that they are wasting their time.

Send her ass to Captain's Mast:
- 45 days restriction
- 45 days extra duty
- reduction in rank
- $250/month for 2 months
- loss of base driving privileges for 1 year
- mandatory drivers training course
- mandatory substance abuse course

Or she could try her luck with a General Courts Martial. I hear that Leavenworth in January is a once in a lifetime experience.

/farking ignorant civvy coont
 
2012-12-28 10:37:57 PM
She's doing it wrong...the annual barrier tests happen next weekend.
 
2012-12-28 10:45:48 PM
Recalculating!
 
2012-12-29 12:04:02 AM

DigitalCoffee: Or she could try her luck with a General Courts Martial. I hear that Leavenworth in January is a once in a lifetime experience.


Actually, if you have to go to prison, Leavenworth is the place to go. (Mil side, you don't want Leavenworth Federal)
I was assigned to Leavenworth twice. (First and last duty assignment). As far as prisons go, it's pretty damn decent.

You really don't have to do anything there anymore.
Back in the early 90's they were almost self sufficent. They raised their own beef, grew crops on a farm, and had prison shops like a greenhouse, metal and wood shop where you could get furnature made, a prison carwash where you could get a full wax job for about 20 bucks (Just don't leave a pistol in the car for the prisoners to find like some dumbass Major) and a prison barber shop you could go to if you didn't mind a prisoner standing behind you with a razor.

They also did chores like raking, landscaping, and mowing. You'd see a line of like 12 prisoners staggered in a row with lawnmowers mowing down whole fields. Then it all started to stop. The prisoners couldn't cut grass anymore. Why? 'It was too demeaning to them' Farking seriously. Guess who got to cut grass then? Us soldiers. Doing work that was 'too demeaning' for prisoners.

Hell one time we had to run fiber optic cable though the sewers under the prison. The poo was all in pipes, but they still leaked a bit. We asked for prisoner assistance because we had only a few people and some long runs. No dice. It was 'too unsanitary' for the prisoners down there. Not for me though!.

The trustee unit (good behavior, less than a year to go) did unsupervised stuff like painting and whatnot, and got to shop at the PX before it opened. The max security kinda sucked probably, but the mid and lower security had their doors opened and got to wander about the prison during the day.

Then they built them a brand new facility and moved everyone out of the old prison. Nicer rooms, better facilities. Only it had less cells, so some of them were moved to the federal pen. They weren't happy.

You need at least 5 years to go to Leavenworth, but from what I saw of the prison (went behind the walls 5 or 6 times for computer stuff) it wasn't at all bad, as far as prisons go.
 
2012-12-29 12:38:23 AM

MythDragon: DigitalCoffee: Or she could try her luck with a General Courts Martial. I hear that Leavenworth in January is a once in a lifetime experience.

Actually, if you have to go to prison, Leavenworth is the place to go. (Mil side, you don't want Leavenworth Federal)
I was assigned to Leavenworth twice. (First and last duty assignment). As far as prisons go, it's pretty damn decent.

You really don't have to do anything there anymore.
Back in the early 90's they were almost self sufficent. They raised their own beef, grew crops on a farm, and had prison shops like a greenhouse, metal and wood shop where you could get furnature made, a prison carwash where you could get a full wax job for about 20 bucks (Just don't leave a pistol in the car for the prisoners to find like some dumbass Major) and a prison barber shop you could go to if you didn't mind a prisoner standing behind you with a razor.

They also did chores like raking, landscaping, and mowing. You'd see a line of like 12 prisoners staggered in a row with lawnmowers mowing down whole fields. Then it all started to stop. The prisoners couldn't cut grass anymore. Why? 'It was too demeaning to them' Farking seriously. Guess who got to cut grass then? Us soldiers. Doing work that was 'too demeaning' for prisoners.

Hell one time we had to run fiber optic cable though the sewers under the prison. The poo was all in pipes, but they still leaked a bit. We asked for prisoner assistance because we had only a few people and some long runs. No dice. It was 'too unsanitary' for the prisoners down there. Not for me though!.

The trustee unit (good behavior, less than a year to go) did unsupervised stuff like painting and whatnot, and got to shop at the PX before it opened. The max security kinda sucked probably, but the mid and lower security had their doors opened and got to wander about the prison during the day.

Then they built them a brand new facility and moved everyone out of the old prison. Nicer rooms, better facilitie ...


Well that's a damn shame to hear. While it wasn't ever a hell hole, it also wasn't on anyone's top 10 list of places they wanted to go either. Turning it into a club med type where the prisoners have more rights and less responsibilities than anyone else is just balls.

/thanks for your service
 
2012-12-29 05:14:13 AM

MythDragon: You need at least 5 years to go to Leavenworth, but from what I saw of the prison (went behind the walls 5 or 6 times for computer stuff) it wasn't at all bad, as far as prisons billets go.


FTFY, if mowing the farking lawn was "too demeaning" for prisoners who had probably been busted to E-1 anyway.
 
2012-12-29 12:00:01 PM
I accidentally did this at Pearl Harbor Naval Base in the late 80's. Driving a station wagon with hubby (Marine) and baby in a car seat, I pulled up behind a bus that was next to the guard shack. I sat there for about 5 minutes waiting for the bus to get waved through, got impatient, and went around the bus on the side opposite the guard shack. We had just arrived in Hawaii and were wandering around getting to know the place. We explored the Exchange and commissary, and were driving around aimlessly, and after I went around the bus we were driving between huge "hangars" with ships inside them (drydock?), etc.

Drove around for about 10 minutes, and suddenly were surrounded by MP's, flashing lights, and loudspeaker "step out of the car and place your hands on your head". I didn't know what to do, since the baby couldn't walk yet, so I yelled out the window "what do I do with the baby?-he can't stand without holding onto something". They took us to a nice windowless building and asked us many questions for about an hour, while my husband's career flashed before his eyes.

Ultimately, they let us go with no repercussions. I'm sure they figured nobody could be that clueless on purpose :-)

/CSB
 
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