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2013-10-19 04:05:41 PM
Usher once talked about how Puff Daddy invited him to his orgies... when Usher was like 14.

http://www.contactmusic.com/news-article/usher.-diddy-had-.orgies.
 
2013-10-19 04:08:43 PM
Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.
 
2013-10-19 04:25:50 PM
puerarchy.com
 
2013-10-19 04:26:37 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.


Taking somebody down with a sex allegation is SOP. Manning? Tranny. Assange? Rapist. Snowden? TBD. It's the easiest way to discredit somebody in a puritan society.
 
2013-10-19 04:32:01 PM
Well he did found Bad Boy Entertainment.


/This is like a softball thrown from Comedy Jesus.
 
2013-10-19 04:35:03 PM

ecmoRandomNumbers: Benevolent Misanthrope: Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.

Taking somebody down with a sex allegation is SOP. Manning? Tranny. Assange? Rapist. Snowden? TBD. It's the easiest way to discredit somebody in a puritan society.


Or claim they are racist
 
2013-10-19 04:41:19 PM

cman: Or claim they are racist


Who are you referring to?
 
2013-10-19 04:41:49 PM

sithon: cman: Or claim they are racist

Who are you referring to?


it was a joke
 
2013-10-19 06:06:18 PM
i.imgflip.com
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-10-19 06:18:16 PM
Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.
 
2013-10-19 06:22:02 PM

433: Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.


Not DIddy. That other guy. And even that is ... I don't know.
 
2013-10-19 06:30:24 PM
and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-10-19 06:30:29 PM

HawgWild: 433: Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.

Not DIddy. That other guy. And even that is ... I don't know.


I should have been more clear about that, yeah, you're right.

James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, a drug trafficker who ordered the 1994 Tupac shooting, was convicted last year of running a multi-million dollar cocaine operation, moving drugs across the country hidden inside musical instrument cases and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-10-19 06:31:55 PM

Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?


The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)
 
2013-10-19 06:32:10 PM
Wake up in the morning feelin like P diddy
Got my candy Im out the door Im gonna fark some kiddy
 
2013-10-19 06:32:46 PM
I wonder Sean Combs got puffed by his daddy when he was young?
 
433 [TotalFark]
2013-10-19 06:33:05 PM
well, maybe the communication was criminal since it was involved in conspiracy to commit a crime over interstate boundaries, and was of criminal nature in the first part, but, I don't know about those thigns.
 
2013-10-19 06:33:14 PM

ecmoRandomNumbers: Benevolent Misanthrope: Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.

Taking somebody down with a sex allegation is SOP. Manning? Tranny. Assange? Rapist. Snowden? TBD. It's the easiest way to discredit somebody in a puritan society.


Small kink in your argument, Manning is openly transgender, and Assange doesn't deny he slept with the two woman, he just doesn't consider unprotected sex with a sleeping woman rape
 
2013-10-19 06:33:37 PM

HawgWild: 433: Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.

Not DIddy. That other guy. And even that is ... I don't know.


This was the first shooting, the one that Tupac survived, in 1994.
 
2013-10-19 06:35:44 PM
A spokesperson was reported as saying, "yeah - dat be d'sheet, nome zain? Eee - Bee kickin' eat - daz ahm zain mutha pharka - sheeeeet - an day bee keepin eat realz, sheet..."

Industry experts responded with welcoming references and affirmations that they did, in fact, "nome wha day be zaine - sheeet"
 
2013-10-19 06:39:48 PM

433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)


The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.
 
2013-10-19 06:40:43 PM
FTFA: Rosemond also claims that one prosecutor began showing him photographs of naked women.


That bastard!
 
2013-10-19 06:43:42 PM
i.imgur.com

HAY GUYS WATS GOING ON IN THIS THREAD?


/obscure?
 
2013-10-19 06:44:12 PM

bump: A spokesperson was reported as saying, "yeah - dat be d'sheet, nome zain? Eee - Bee kickin' eat - daz ahm zain mutha pharka - sheeeeet - an day bee keepin eat realz, sheet..."

Industry experts responded with welcoming references and affirmations that they did, in fact, "nome wha day be zaine - sheeet"


*snort*
 
2013-10-19 06:45:03 PM

Darkrover2: 433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)

The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.


Yeesh, easy killer.
 
2013-10-19 06:46:03 PM

marius2: HawgWild: 433: Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.

Not DIddy. That other guy. And even that is ... I don't know.

This was the first shooting, the one that Tupac survived, in 1994.


Who says he didn't survive the Vegas shooting?

dun-dun-DUNNNNN
 
2013-10-19 06:46:40 PM

iron de havilland: [i.imgur.com image 850x566]

HAY GUYS WATS GOING ON IN THIS THREAD?

/obscure?


Not being from the UK....I just can't understand him being knighted in the first place!
 
2013-10-19 06:47:54 PM

HawgWild: 433: Article claims he ordered a hit on Tupac.   I didn't know about that.

Not DIddy. That other guy. And even that is ... I don't know.


According to the comments he ordered a first attack on Tupac in 1994. not the fatal one in 1996.
 
2013-10-19 06:48:40 PM

ten foiled hats: Darkrover2: 433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)

The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.

Yeesh, easy killer.


I think you misspelled Yeeesh.

But the nature of that particular charge doesn't seem.....Orwellian to you?
 
2013-10-19 06:49:47 PM

Darkrover2: 433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)

The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.


I read that specific charge in TFA and had the same initial reaction as you.  But it's probably an editing or lazy journalistic error.  There's probably federal laws about discussing illegal activities (across state lines?) via email that is an illegal act upon itself.   The stupid article left that part out.
 
2013-10-19 06:50:09 PM
The individual in question sounds like a horrible human being, but there are so many things in that article that give me no faith in our criminal justice system.
 
2013-10-19 06:52:14 PM

Darkrover2: ten foiled hats: Darkrover2: 433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)

The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.

Yeesh, easy killer.

I think you misspelled Yeeesh.

But the nature of that particular charge doesn't seem.....Orwellian to you?


The way the article words it, yes. I don't know if "trying to keep a secret" is a felony. Although, I wouldn't be at all surprised to find out that it's true.
 
2013-10-19 06:52:23 PM

farkinglizardking: The individual in question sounds like a horrible human being, but there are so many things in that article that give me no faith in our criminal justice system.


Your problem is thinking there is such a thing as justice, and a system for getting it. We have a legal market.
 
2013-10-19 06:53:11 PM
So THAT'S what he was doing with that Cambodian breast milk!!
 
2013-10-19 06:54:09 PM
FTFA: "convicted of...and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail."

They got the computing power and algorithms to crack it, and they gonna charge you if you use it -- why bother with encryption?
 
2013-10-19 06:55:29 PM

tuna fingers: Darkrover2: 433: Darkrover2: and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail.

Ummm.....excuse me? What?? Is communicating with your bank, employer, or Doctor via a similar private e-mail falling under the same charge if they decide they want to?

The comminucation is not the crime, the cocaine operation was.  They were giving detail on how it was established and run.  GAWD! :)

The charge that I was referring to was not for anything other than communicating in an encrypted e-mail. The charges other than that I have no problem with.

But a charge of 'and communicating with associates using encrypted e-mail' is a horse of a different color.

Back away from your indignation and read and understand what others are saying.

I read that specific charge in TFA and had the same initial reaction as you.  But it's probably an editing or lazy journalistic error.  There's probably federal laws about discussing illegal activities (across state lines?) via email that is an illegal act upon itself.   The stupid article left that part out.


Actually, that part of the article was encrypted.
 
2013-10-19 06:57:00 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: farkinglizardking: The individual in question sounds like a horrible human being, but there are so many things in that article that give me no faith in our criminal justice system.

Your problem is thinking there is such a thing as justice, and a system for getting it. We have a legal market.


Well, it does seem like there is a system. The prosecution throws out a ton of crap to see what sticks, hoping to get a high-profile individual on a crime that will put said high-profile individual and the prosecuting snakes in the media, thus leading to more money, more recognition, etc.
 
2013-10-19 06:57:44 PM
according to a convicted drug dealer who says

Stopped reading right there.
 
2013-10-19 06:58:10 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: farkinglizardking: The individual in question sounds like a horrible human being, but there are so many things in that article that give me no faith in our criminal justice system.

Your problem is thinking there is such a thing as justice, and a system for getting it. We have a legal market.


Interesting perspective and nice choice of words.  I like it.  There's this guy who writes for a Denver tabloid, Westword, named Alan Pendergast who writes fascinating stuff regarding this "legal market".
 
2013-10-19 07:01:32 PM

HotWingAgenda: according to a convicted drug dealer who says

Stopped reading right there.


same here. drug dealers are only a reliable source when a prosecutor wants to lock someone up
 
2013-10-19 07:01:51 PM

you are a puppet: Wake up in the morning feelin like P diddy
Got my candy Im out the door Im gonna fark some kiddy


Why wasn't this the headline? HOTY.
 
2013-10-19 07:03:27 PM

cman: ecmoRandomNumbers: Benevolent Misanthrope: Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.

Taking somebody down with a sex allegation is SOP. Manning? Tranny. Assange? Rapist. Snowden? TBD. It's the easiest way to discredit somebody in a puritan society.

Or claim they are racist


If you don't want people to think you're racist, don't say racist stuff.  It's pretty straight forward.

www.factandmyth.com
 
2013-10-19 07:04:51 PM
Batman is not entirely sure if that headline was a typo
 
2013-10-19 07:06:34 PM
tuna fingers:
I read that specific charge in TFA and had the same initial reaction as you.  But it's probably an editing or lazy journalistic error.  There's probably federal laws about discussing illegal activities (across state lines?) via email that is an illegal act upon itself.   The stupid article left that part out.

Would they not have to prove where the other person opened the email?  And if you are correct, why would the other person incriminate themselves unless they were going to use the testimony against the defendant?
 
2013-10-19 07:07:54 PM

SanjiSasuke: you are a puppet: Wake up in the morning feelin like P diddy
Got my candy Im out the door Im gonna fark some kiddy

Why wasn't this the headline? HOTY.


Isn't that an R Kelly lyric?
 
2013-10-19 07:09:44 PM

physt: cman: ecmoRandomNumbers: Benevolent Misanthrope: Meh, it's a standard question they try to pin on anyone they can.  They don't necessarily think they'll hit pay dirt on it, but you never know.

Taking somebody down with a sex allegation is SOP. Manning? Tranny. Assange? Rapist. Snowden? TBD. It's the easiest way to discredit somebody in a puritan society.

Or claim they are racist

If you don't want people to think you're racist, don't say racist stuff.  It's pretty straight forward.

[www.factandmyth.com image 300x225]


HOLY
shiat

That level of stupid should hurt.
 
2013-10-19 07:10:28 PM

Darkrover2: SanjiSasuke: you are a puppet: Wake up in the morning feelin like P diddy
Got my candy Im out the door Im gonna fark some kiddy

Why wasn't this the headline? HOTY.

Isn't that an R Kelly lyric?


Mick Jagger lyric i think, from duet with Maroon 5
 
2013-10-19 07:10:52 PM
i562.photobucket.com
 
2013-10-19 07:17:53 PM
I wrote this projection a few years ago. Looks like I'll have to revise it:

The Inevitable Evolution of Diddy

1969:
Sean Combs
1997: Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs
1998: Sean "Puff "Sean John" Daddy" Combs
2001: Sean "Puff "Sean "P. Diddy" John" Daddy" Combs
2005: Sean "Puff "Sean "P. "Diddy" Diddy" John" Daddy" Combs
===========PRESENT DAY====================
2009:
Sean "Puff "Sean "P. "Diddy" "Piddy Poo-Poo" Diddy" John" Daddy" Combs
2012: Sean "Puff "Sean "P. "Diddy" "Piddy "Doidy-Boy" Poo-Poo" Diddy" John" Daddy" Combs (Unh!)
2014: The Artist Formerly Known As Sean "Puff "Sean "P. "Diddy" "Piddy "Doidy-Boy" Poo-Poo" Diddy" John" Daddy" Combs (Unh!)
2015: D.
 
2013-10-19 07:18:53 PM
A sugar cookie, man.
 
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