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(USA Today)   Good idea: Farking 26-year-old. Questionable idea: When you're 15. Bad idea: She's your stepmom   (usatoday.com) divider line 74
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2013-03-08 11:30:41 AM  

bluorangefyre: Spandau: thecpt: There aren't any islands in Nebraska.  This is clearly made up.

/and the jersey shore is not in pennsylvania damnit

No, but Jersey Shore is.

Been there, pretty frikken small!  Thought of moving there, though, since Williamsport is right up the road.


Naw, small is Salladasburg.  My best friend lives there.  Williamsport is "city".  LOL
 
2013-03-08 11:31:35 AM  

r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.


Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.
 
2013-03-08 11:41:44 AM  

Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.


There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.
 
2013-03-08 11:44:52 AM  
Because my tinfoil hat gets all tingly. And not a good tingly, more like a shockey/hurty tingly, I am not going to Google the rule of incest.
But does having sex with a non blood family relative qualify as incest?
I mean, if your wife has a sister, the sister technically becomes your sister in-law. If you had sex with her, is that incest?
 
2013-03-08 11:45:28 AM  

AgentBang: Step parent boinking can carry an incest charge?


In most states incest is partially a statutory offense that expands the traditional definition of incest, which most define as sexual activity between blood relatives, to include relatives through marriage.

This is similar to statutory rape. Statutory rape creates a legal fiction to eliminate actual consent by a minor when the other party is an adult and older than the minor by a number of years, as arbitrarily set by the legislator.
 
2013-03-08 11:47:23 AM  

AgentBang: Step parent boinking can carry an incest charge?


In many state laws, yes.
 
2013-03-08 11:54:53 AM  
None of my step-moms were hittable. I guess the first one could have been before they got married, but no way would I touch that in any possible scenario. All she was good for was a fark toy and really that's one of the big reasons why my dad married her. Beyond being a fun ride in the sack for my dad, she was completely useless; seriously, she was dumber than a doornail.

CSB:
Their bedroom activities and what attracted my dad to her was something I never wanted to know. My dad needed an outpatient procedure done and he wouldn't be able to drive afterward. I got my dad back high as a kite. This is a man I have never met before and he told me all kinds of crazy shiat I never wanted to know including all of the women he's banged. He also informed me he was a complete pothead in college and thought it would be nice if the whole family could just sit down and smoke a bowl.

/My parents are farked up
//Glad my in-laws are not
 
2013-03-08 12:07:15 PM  

r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.

There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.


Is the problem with beef raised in Nebraska or just beef slaughtered there?
 
2013-03-08 12:07:35 PM  

traylor: [s21.postimage.org image 300x300]

27? She doesn't look a day older than 40.


What about when you zoom out a bit?

manyakhaber.net
 
2013-03-08 12:40:47 PM  
I don't think she ever needed a fake ID
 
2013-03-08 12:48:38 PM  

Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.

There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.

Is the problem with beef raised in Nebraska or just beef slaughtered there?


Once had meat tested from a packing plant for an article I was helping research. In one pound of 93/7 ground chuck we found trace e-coli, formaldehyde, arsenic, fecal matter  (bovine and rodent), burnt tobacco, insect larvae, parasitic worms, and non-bovine DNA (rodent, probably rat.). Above trace we found Roundup, bovine and equine growth hormones, estrogen, ammonia, and a lot of fat, marrow, bonemeal, cow hair and skin.

This was from the plant directly, and hadn't been handled or processed through the supermarkets that were to receive it.
 
2013-03-08 01:22:48 PM  
"Hey you want to go hang out?"

"Can't, grounded again for screwing dads wife."
 
2013-03-08 01:35:04 PM  
Dad, if you don't want the kids playing with your toys. Don't leave them laying around the house.
 
2013-03-08 02:18:52 PM  
If loving my hot step mom is wrong, I don't wanna...

manyakhaber.net

HOLY JEEBUS!!!!11....KILL IT WITH FIRE!!  and throw the book at them.
 
2013-03-08 02:48:26 PM  
Gonna be a little awkward around the house I'm guessing.
 
2013-03-08 03:40:58 PM  
Dear Penthouse -

.....
 
2013-03-08 03:44:48 PM  
thanks giving's gonna be fun - On Discovery Channel
 
2013-03-08 05:52:56 PM  

r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.

There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.

Is the problem with beef raised in Nebraska or just beef slaughtered there?

Once had meat tested from a packing plant for an article I was helping research. In one pound of 93/7 ground chuck we found trace e-coli, formaldehyde, arsenic, fecal matter  (bovine and rodent), burnt tobacco, insect larvae, parasitic worms, and non-bovine DNA (rodent, probably rat.). Above trace we found Roundup, bovine and equine growth hormones, estrogen, ammonia, and a lot of fat, marrow, bonemeal, cow hair and skin.

This was from the plant directly, and hadn't been handled or processed through the supermarkets that were to receive it.


Wow - was this from the beef plant in GI? I'm not sure if there's more than one. And when was that? I used to work for them. I visited there once. The plant seemed pretty clean to me. There certainly was no smoking allowed inside when I was there. I don't think the temperature got over 0 the whole week I was there and I had to freeze my ass off to get my fix. I would think rodents would have frozen to death- except it was probably warmer in the plant than it was outside.

I don't mean to be a defender of the beef industry - as a matter of fact I hate that company that runs a beef plant in Grand Island, but when I went to plants they weren't putting on a dog and pony show for me and they seemed fairly clean. (I was an employee, not a customer or someone from the USDA)

e-coli is just a fact of life. It's why you cook meat instead of eating it raw. I can't imagine how formaldehyde or arsenic could have gotten into the meat. I imagine the rest of the stuff you mentioned was not so much from the plant but from how they were raised and it's like that all over. The cattle come from all over the US as well as Canada and Mexico.

I can tell you one story though. That plant once farked up and even though I don't recall the details but there was a fight between the corporation and the USDA (something about contaminated water). I think the corporation won and didn't have to throw away a few hundred carcasses and was allowed to just cut the outer layer of meat from them and discard that.

Still, there were no reported illnesses from that incident. Most food is not going to kill you even if it comes from a disgusting slaughterhouse and you can find traces of contaminants. Perhaps the long-term effects of low levels of contaminants may shorten your life, but it doesn't seem to be significant and it seems like Europe and Asia have much bigger problems with proper labeling of meat (e.g. horse meat labelled as beef and a few years ago Japan sent a few people to prison for mixing pork into ground beef and calling it 100% beef...and I don't even think there are many Muslims in Japan, but kudos to them for taking it seriously. Of course they also used BSE as an excuse to wage a trade war with the US so fark them too).

There are only a handful of beef producers who go out of their way to grass-feed and refrain from using antibiotics and you will pay more for it and they'll be sure to let you know why you're paying more for it, but (pulling a figure out of my ass) probably 95% of the beef sold in the US is not going to be any better than the beef that comes out of Nebraska.

The way I see it is you have a few choices:

* Go vegetarian
* Pay more for organic/free range/whatever environmentally friendly sounding term meat and hope it actually means something (usually it doesn't mean shiat)
* Just stop worrying about it. People aren't dying en masse from eating factory farmed cattle.

I'll go with the last option.  Now granted, I didn't go to plants very often but I never saw a rodent in any of them. I did see and hear employees complaining about how they were treated, particularly the Somalians, particularly in Grand Island. The Mexicans and other Hispanics tended to be hard workers who just put up with the company's shiat.

Maybe that was because half the Hispanics were illegals who had stolen identities and the Somalians felt entitled because they were all legal because we imported them as cheap labor under the guise of humanitarian reasons.

One year thecompany got fined a few hundred thousand dollars by the EEOC (after negotiation it down from a 7-digit fine) for discriminating against Hispanics because they were actually trying too hard to not hire illegals. A couple years later ICE descended on most of their plants and took away half their work force. Word spread quickly and about half of the 2nd shift didn't even bother to show up.

Hmm...Should hey have used e-verify? Well, they did. Should they have checked Social Security Numbers to make sure someone wasn't already using a particular SSN when they applied for a job? Well, they did that too. The ICE raids had a huge negative impact and while I think there was a manager (possibly in GI) who was prosecuted for facilitating illegals there was no corporate conspiracy to hire illegals.

It's actually a very low margin business that is only made up for in volume. They actually lost money the first few years I worked for them.
 
2013-03-08 06:38:34 PM  

Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.

There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.

Is the problem with beef raised in Nebraska or just beef slaughtered there?

Once had meat tested from a packing plant for an article I was helping research. In one pound of 93/7 ground chuck we found trace e-coli, formaldehyde, arsenic, fecal matter  (bovine and rodent), burnt tobacco, insect larvae, parasitic worms, and non-bovine DNA (rodent, probably rat.). Above trace we found Roundup, bovine and equine growth hormones, estrogen, ammonia, and a lot of fat, marrow, bonemeal, cow hair and skin.

This was from the plant directly, and hadn't been handled or processed through the supermarkets that were to receive it.

Wow - was this from the beef plant in GI? I'm not sure if there's more than one. And when was that? I used to work for them. I visited there once. The plant seemed pretty clean to me. There certainly was no smoking allowed inside when I was there. I don't think the temperature got over 0 the whole week I was there and I had to freeze my ass off to get my fix. I would think rodents would have frozen to death- except it was probably warmer in the plant than it was outside.

I don't mean to be a defender of the beef industry - as a matter of fact I hate that company that runs a beef plant in Grand Island, but when I went to plants they weren't putting on a dog and pony show for me and they seemed fairly clean. (I was an employee, not a customer or someone from the USDA)

e-coli is just a fact of life. It's why you cook meat instead of eating it raw. I can't imagine how for ...


Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Happy Hours: r1niceboy: Having left Grand Island about two years ago, I'm having a good laugh at this.

/It's known as the city of meth and death. It's main exports are ammunition, tractors, young people, and hope.

Don't forget well over a million pounds of beef a day.

This lady should be careful. She might get mistaken for a heifer.

There's a reason I don't eat Nebraska beef. Were it just ugly humans in the ground beef, I'd be relieved.

Is the problem with beef raised in Nebraska or just beef slaughtered there?

Once had meat tested from a packing plant for an article I was helping research. In one pound of 93/7 ground chuck we found trace e-coli, formaldehyde, arsenic, fecal matter  (bovine and rodent), burnt tobacco, insect larvae, parasitic worms, and non-bovine DNA (rodent, probably rat.). Above trace we found Roundup, bovine and equine growth hormones, estrogen, ammonia, and a lot of fat, marrow, bonemeal, cow hair and skin.

This was from the plant directly, and hadn't been handled or processed through the supermarkets that were to receive it.

Wow - was this from the beef plant in GI? I'm not sure if there's more than one. And when was that? I used to work for them. I visited there once. The plant seemed pretty clean to me. There certainly was no smoking allowed inside when I was there. I don't think the temperature got over 0 the whole week I was there and I had to freeze my ass off to get my fix. I would think rodents would have frozen to death- except it was probably warmer in the plant than it was outside.

I don't mean to be a defender of the beef industry - as a matter of fact I hate that company that runs a beef plant in Grand Island, but when I went to plants they weren't putting on a dog and pony show for me and they seemed fairly clean. (I was an employee, not a customer or someone from the USDA)

e-coli is just a fact of life. It's why you cook meat instead of eating it raw. I can't imagine how for ...


E-mail me and I'll tell you, I won't explicitly say which one.
 
2013-03-08 08:24:04 PM  

Happy Hours: There are only a handful of beef producers who go out of their way to grass-feed and refrain from using antibiotics and you will pay more for it and they'll be sure to let you know why you're paying more for it, but (pulling a figure out of my ass) probably 95% of the beef sold in the US is not going to be any better than the beef that comes out of Nebraska.

The way I see it is you have a few choices:

* Go vegetarian
* Pay more for organic/free range/whatever environmentally friendly sounding term meat and hope it actually means something (usually it doesn't mean shiat)
* Just stop worrying about it. People aren't dying en masse from eating factory farmed cattle.


Yeah, where I live, there are a couple local stores that sellfree-range, grass-fed, no-hormones, no-antibiotics beef from cattle that spent their whole lives roaming around ranches right in my county.  And it is really tasty, I have to admit.  Then there are typical national chains that sell meat shipped in from the corn-fed heartland.

But I live far enough away from the heartland (4,000 miles?) that by the time that meat gets here, shipping costs have made it at least as expensive as the local stuff - so I don't have to "pay more" to get the good stuff.

i3.kym-cdn.com

/much better surfing beaches than Nebraska, too.
 
2013-03-08 11:44:23 PM  

MsStatement: Hey, Missy - I mean, mom.


Came for this, leaving happy.
 
2013-03-09 12:17:19 AM  

MsStatement: Hey, Missy - I mean, mom.


2 minutes after the greenlight you've already said what I would have. San Dimas High School football rules!
 
2013-03-09 01:02:05 AM  
i178.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-09 06:26:12 AM  

k4mi: 6502programmer: Pocket Ninja: Damnit, how am I supposed to gauge my level of outrage at this story without any freakin' pictures?

Feel free to rage on

[s21.postimage.org image 300x300]

That poor kid will be scarred for life!

I rescind my prior comment.  Take the pics back!


(Young Frankenstein)  Put.. the Candle.. Back!
 
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