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2013-05-01 09:08:54 AM
What is Adam C. Smith's Fark handle?
 
2013-05-01 10:20:12 AM
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-05-01 11:21:05 AM
Sadly, he is expected to survive.
 
2013-05-01 12:28:48 PM
Why wasn't the crim charged with attempt murder? Shooting someone in the groin or upper leg can easily kill someone through quick blood loss.

Stupid.
 
2013-05-01 12:37:22 PM
I respect a man willing to stand up to stop an abuser. 
Now the abuse WILL stop, because the shooter will be in jail.  Hopefully the niece will use this time to separate herself from the abuser, and go on to lead a better life.
 
2013-05-01 12:44:30 PM

PapaChester: Why wasn't the crim charged with attempt murder? Shooting someone in the groin or upper leg can easily kill someone through quick blood loss.

Stupid.


Criminals protecting criminals.
 
2013-05-01 12:46:17 PM
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2013-05-01 12:46:30 PM
Her being your niece most likely rules out sex as a reward. But I guess being shot in the groin makes that a moot point anyway.

Oww my balls.
 
PJ-
2013-05-01 12:47:26 PM

Yogimus: I respect a man willing to stand up to stop an abuser. 
Now the abuse WILL stop, because the shooter will be in jail.  Hopefully the niece will use this time to separate herself from the abuser, and go on to lead a better life.


I lol'd
 
2013-05-01 12:47:32 PM
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2013-05-01 12:49:02 PM

Yogimus: I respect a man willing to stand up to stop an abuser. 
Now the abuse WILL stop, because the shooter will be in jail.  Hopefully the niece will use this time to separate herself from the abuser, and go on to lead a better life.


i.qkme.me
 
2013-05-01 12:49:32 PM
If only he had brought Skittles with him.
 
2013-05-01 12:56:18 PM
Real life doesn't always turn out like the movies.  Was the uncle an architect?

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2013-05-01 12:58:52 PM
Ahh the chronicles of Reddick
 
2013-05-01 12:58:57 PM
Rolling away in the Ford Station Wagon.  Baller indeed.
 
2013-05-01 12:59:06 PM
And for today's health lesson, kids, we discover that any severe trauma subsequent blood loss / shock can result in cardiac arrest.

/not a doctor
//Red Cross First-Aid training is actually a good thing
///Everyone should do it
 
2013-05-01 01:03:11 PM
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2013-05-01 01:04:27 PM
Wait, RedDick isn't the guy who got shot in the groin?
 
2013-05-01 01:05:12 PM

Void_Beavis: And for today's health lesson, kids, we discover that any severe trauma subsequent blood loss / shock can result in cardiac arrest.

/not a doctor
//Red Cross First-Aid training is actually a good thing
///Everyone should do it


came here to say this...glad it's covered.  The secondary lesson is "when confronting a violent man about his behavior, either go strapped, or sucker punch his groin with a Louisville slugger and then have your discussion with him while he is flat on his back attempting to catch his breath
 
2013-05-01 01:12:03 PM
There was a story on Donahue ages ago about illegal aliens. One of them raped a teen-age girl at his home. She went back to her home and told her family she'd been attacked and raped. Her brother runs over to confront the attacker and is murdered with a gun.

Jeebus.
 
2013-05-01 01:17:30 PM
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Get well soon.


/not RIP
 
2013-05-01 01:47:13 PM
REDDICK!!
 
2013-05-01 01:48:05 PM
This being fark (and of course dnrta) I wonder if the niece made up something, the uncle came from blood, probably with a bat or crowbar and the shooting was in self-defence.

/again, dnrta so probably off base
 
2013-05-01 02:11:06 PM
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the niece in question
 
2013-05-01 02:18:05 PM
"Reddick ended up shooting Tillery before fleeing with a friend in a grey Ford Escort station wagon"

I really am taken back as I did not know Ford made an Escort wagon.
If I have missed this what else have I missed in this life ? *reality check*
 
2013-05-01 02:35:03 PM
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2013-05-01 02:41:13 PM
I think its about time we get a Connecticut tag, dont you Farkmins?
 
2013-05-01 02:57:07 PM

Magorn: Void_Beavis: And for today's health lesson, kids, we discover that any severe trauma subsequent blood loss / shock can result in cardiac arrest.

/not a doctor
//Red Cross First-Aid training is actually a good thing
///Everyone should do it

came here to say this...glad it's covered.  The secondary lesson is "when confronting a violent man about his behavior, either go strapped, or sucker punch his groin with a Louisville slugger and then have your discussion with him while he is flat on his back attempting to catch his breath


I have two rules concerning domestic issues that I use to get through life.

A) Don't get involved in someone else's domestic issue beyond calling the police.
B) If I'm dumb enough to insist on getting involved in someone else's domestics (I have a daughter after all), go in hard.

Mrs. Tracker tried to involve "us" (read that as "Me") in the domestic issues facing her niece a few years back.  I explained the rules that had served me so well through my life.  She wanted blood so that didn't dissuade her.  I then told her she was trying to architect a situation where there was a real chance of someone dying.  Someone was going to be on the losing end of any confrontation and if it was me, it might result in my death, if it was him it might result in my incarceration or a lawsuit that flattened us financially and we'd lose everything.  You never know what's going to happen in a physical confrontation.  It might not be anyone's fault, someone could just have a heart attack (similar to the story, but without even the GSW).  Any way it went was a pile of trouble we didn't need to be involved in and she'd have to face our kids and hell, his kids, if it went bad.  That quieted her down.  "We" (read that a "Mrs. Tracker") decided not to get involved beyond offering the niece our guest room and the couches if she wanted it.  I thought "We" showed uncommon good sense.
 
2013-05-01 03:01:01 PM

trackerbri: Magorn: Void_Beavis: And for today's health lesson, kids, we discover that any severe trauma subsequent blood loss / shock can result in cardiac arrest.

/not a doctor
//Red Cross First-Aid training is actually a good thing
///Everyone should do it

came here to say this...glad it's covered.  The secondary lesson is "when confronting a violent man about his behavior, either go strapped, or sucker punch his groin with a Louisville slugger and then have your discussion with him while he is flat on his back attempting to catch his breath

I have two rules concerning domestic issues that I use to get through life.

A) Don't get involved in someone else's domestic issue beyond calling the police.
B) If I'm dumb enough to insist on getting involved in someone else's domestics (I have a daughter after all), go in hard.

Mrs. Tracker tried to involve "us" (read that as "Me") in the domestic issues facing her niece a few years back.  I explained the rules that had served me so well through my life.  She wanted blood so that didn't dissuade her.  I then told her she was trying to architect a situation where there was a real chance of someone dying.  Someone was going to be on the losing end of any confrontation and if it was me, it might result in my death, if it was him it might result in my incarceration or a lawsuit that flattened us financially and we'd lose everything.  You never know what's going to happen in a physical confrontation.  It might not be anyone's fault, someone could just have a heart attack (similar to the story, but without even the GSW).  Any way it went was a pile of trouble we didn't need to be involved in and she'd have to face our kids and hell, his kids, if it went bad.  That quieted her down.  "We" (read that a "Mrs. Tracker") decided not to get involved beyond offering the niece our guest room and the couches if she wanted it.  I thought "We" showed uncommon good sense.


I was involved in stranger's domestic situations for nearly five years professionally (courthouse side not carrying a badge and gun side) and i will only say "you show great wisdom"
 
2013-05-01 03:35:18 PM

Magorn: I was involved in stranger's domestic situations for nearly five years professionally (courthouse side not carrying a badge and gun side) and i will only say "you show great wisdom"


Hard won.  I gained the sudden understanding of 'the rules' as I was protecting a 'damsel in distress', only to have said damsel (who had been yelling for help) suddenly jump on my back and try to shove a lit cigarette in my eye to help her 'honey'.  The moment of clarity was almost spiritual.  Now I call the cops and observe unless it looks like someone is going to be seriously injured.

/used to work with the mentally handicapped, well, I was a bouncer.
//pretty much the same thing.
 
2013-05-01 03:57:34 PM

trackerbri: Magorn: I was involved in stranger's domestic situations for nearly five years professionally (courthouse side not carrying a badge and gun side) and i will only say "you show great wisdom"

Hard won.  I gained the sudden understanding of 'the rules' as I was protecting a 'damsel in distress', only to have said damsel (who had been yelling for help) suddenly jump on my back and try to shove a lit cigarette in my eye to help her 'honey'.  The moment of clarity was almost spiritual.  Now I call the cops and observe unless it looks like someone is going to be seriously injured.

/used to work with the mentally handicapped, well, I was a bouncer.
//pretty much the same thing.


I almost got kicked out of school over a domestic abuse situation. A black guy and gal, yes it is relevant, were having an argument just outside our school cafeteria. Now that area was at the top of a short flight of stairs and had a railing over looking the landing just below. He had her bent over the railing with her back pressed against it and her head almost horizontal.

I stepped up and asked her if she needed help, because she was yelling it hurt and she said yes. At which point I told him to let her go, he told me to go fark my self, and I pulled him off of her. He then took a swing at me and it started a three way brawl as the silly biatch then jumped me from behind. Fortunately campus cops showed up and the worst I suffered was a black eye.

They both accused me of making racial slurs, told you it was going to become relevant, and that I attacked the guy for no reason. It almost got me kicked out of college, but I quickly wised up, lawyered up, and  my lawyer managed to get a copy of the security footage that clearly showed the girl in distress. I was exonerated, but forever after had problems with the black community at my school. While they received no punishment.

So, yeah do not step into a domestic dispute, ever. It will only end badly for you.
 
2013-05-01 03:58:00 PM

ZAZ: Sadly, he is expected to survive.


Sadly? fark you.
 
2013-05-01 04:09:34 PM

trackerbri: Magorn: I was involved in stranger's domestic situations for nearly five years professionally (courthouse side not carrying a badge and gun side) and i will only say "you show great wisdom"

Hard won.  I gained the sudden understanding of 'the rules' as I was protecting a 'damsel in distress', only to have said damsel (who had been yelling for help) suddenly jump on my back and try to shove a lit cigarette in my eye to help her 'honey'.  The moment of clarity was almost spiritual.  Now I call the cops and observe unless it looks like someone is going to be seriously injured.

/used to work with the mentally handicapped, well, I was a bouncer.
//pretty much the same thing.


had one of those myself AFTER I should have known better.  Watched two men harassing a woman pushing a stroller down my street in Chicago,  jumped out all Dudley-Do Right and demanded those men unhand that fair damsel.   (at the time I was about 6'2 and 285 and not all of it was blubber-so I rarely had to do much more than glower to defuse situations)   One of the guys took a swing at me, but as I prepared to fight back the woman jumped in front of me holding her "baby" out and screaming "don't hurt him, You're going to hit the baby" while both men came at me from the sides and proceed to knock the snot out of me.  Long story short, the baby was a doll and the whole thing was a Gypsy-style con aimed at suckers just like me that was foiled only  because my building had cctv and a lonely ma watching the cctv chanel on his cable tv  saw what was going on and called the cops who happened to be very close by.
 
2013-05-01 05:30:37 PM

MOGGEE: [encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 174x290]
the niece in question


I'd shoot a man in the crotch for that,
 
2013-05-01 11:52:05 PM

BEER_ME_in_CT: I think its about time we get a Connecticut tag, dont you Farkmins?


No.
 
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