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2013-10-22 01:49:47 PM
In fairness she did feel flames, FLAMES, on the side of her face.
 
2013-10-22 02:09:58 PM
Worst game of Clue ever.
 
2013-10-22 02:35:59 PM
31.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-10-22 02:36:59 PM
Damn! She hit him right in the duplex! That's gotta HURT!
 
2013-10-22 02:38:59 PM
spandrella.files.wordpress.com

Meh.  Communism was just a red herring.
 
2013-10-22 02:39:03 PM
Miss Scarlett?
 
2013-10-22 02:39:24 PM
Was her name Miss Scarlett?
 
2013-10-22 02:41:18 PM
The argument started about 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 8100 block of Morning Grove on the Northeast Side, where Winn and her boyfriend were discussing their respective sisters. The sisters and their children lived in a duplex next door and were getting evicted, police said.

Better premise for a comedy than anything that Hollywood can come up with
 
2013-10-22 02:42:23 PM

buckeyebrain: Miss Scarlett?


You obviously copied my post and went back in time and posted it.
 
2013-10-22 02:43:37 PM
I prefer the maid.

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-10-22 02:45:50 PM
This woman deserves a suplex in the duplex.
 
2013-10-22 02:54:19 PM
farm5.staticflickr.com
He had to stop her screaming.
 
2013-10-22 03:01:56 PM
1+2+1+1
 
2013-10-22 03:03:14 PM

farkingismybusiness: [farm5.staticflickr.com image 850x473]
He had to stop her screaming.


It's not easy being Green.

CSB:
I was in a (bad) amateur stage adaptation of Clue in undergrad.  I played Mr. Green, and to this day I regret not ad-libbing the above line when I was getting yelled at.

On the plus side, one night after I made the "I work for the State Department, and I'm a homosexual" speech, somebody clapped.  I don't know why.

/had to shoot an audience member who was laughing too obnoxiously
 
2013-10-22 03:06:11 PM
What a fruit.
 
2013-10-22 03:17:44 PM

blatz514: I prefer the maid.

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Miss White, thank you very much.

/also, thank you very much Miss White
//me-yow
 
2013-10-22 03:20:32 PM
The only reason they didn't arrest him is because he didn't fight back. Hell, they STILL might arrest him and charge him with some sort of abuse.
 
2013-10-22 03:20:36 PM

mike_d85: blatz514: I prefer the maid.

[25.media.tumblr.com image 374x372]

Miss White, thank you very much.

/also, thank you very much Miss White
//me-yow


Yvette wasn't Ms. White.
 
2013-10-22 03:21:15 PM
Eddie: Can I get you a beer, Clark?
Clark: Sure, Eddie.
Eddie: Do you want it in the can?
Clark: No. Here is fine.
 
2013-10-22 03:21:25 PM

rkiller1: [31.media.tumblr.com image 500x263]


I could stare at that for hours.
 
2013-10-22 03:21:58 PM
Back when I was making video games (software engineer) I got briefly assigned to Clue to create the computer opponent player ("AI"). So, I camped out in the break room for a day with a Clue board, and talked people into playing me. I created my own sheets to record what I was seeing (including interactions between other players that didn't involve me). I had a week total to design, implement, integrate, and test the AI and get it scalable (so would have varying levels of difficulty). Fun little jaunt, but the effort got more press than it deserved. Some CS professor also used it several times in his AI class, where the students would design software that would beat mine! Good times.

Nobody ever went after my more involved AI efforts though. Too many B titles to get any notice, I guess. Amazing how many weak-selling games there are out there.
 
2013-10-22 03:23:07 PM
24.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-10-22 03:23:29 PM

stupiddream: rkiller1: [31.media.tumblr.com image 500x263]

I could stare at that for hours.


I'm thinking of making it into a desktop widget.
 
2013-10-22 03:25:55 PM

Bondith: farkingismybusiness: [farm5.staticflickr.com image 850x473]
He had to stop her screaming.

It's not easy being Green.

CSB:
I was in a (bad) amateur stage adaptation of Clue in undergrad.  I played Mr. Green, and to this day I regret not ad-libbing the above line when I was getting yelled at.

On the plus side, one night after I made the "I work for the State Department, and I'm a homosexual" speech, somebody clapped.  I don't know why.

/had to shoot an audience member who was laughing too obnoxiously


Did you go home and sleep with your wife?
 
2013-10-22 03:47:15 PM

Fano: What a fruit.


No, I'm a plant.

ArkAngel: Bondith: farkingismybusiness: [farm5.staticflickr.com image 850x473]
He had to stop her screaming.

It's not easy being Green.

CSB:
I was in a (bad) amateur stage adaptation of Clue in undergrad.  I played Mr. Green, and to this day I regret not ad-libbing the above line when I was getting yelled at.

On the plus side, one night after I made the "I work for the State Department, and I'm a homosexual" speech, somebody clapped.  I don't know why.

/had to shoot an audience member who was laughing too obnoxiously

Did you go home and sleep with your wife?


Girlfriend.  Wait, did I?  What year was that?
 
2013-10-22 04:01:41 PM

ramblinwreck: The only reason they didn't arrest him is because he didn't fight back. Hell, they STILL might arrest him and charge him with some sort of abuse.


This. Honestly I'm surprised she got arrested at all. SOP for many departments is to arrest the male by default. Prosecutors are much more likely to pursue cases against males than females, and many victim-advocate groups flat out refuse to assist males. I've seen male domestic abuse victims forced to become homeless after being kicked out of their own homes, and turned away by domestic violence shelters that cater only to women. I can see this particular story going bad for the man in the end. That's just the way things are these days. Male=criminal, female=victim; and lawyers, judges, cops and social workers will twist reality however they need to in order to make it fit that preconception.

\Cop
 
2013-10-22 04:06:41 PM
man, I hate when I get hit in the duplex. I always walk funny for ages after.
 
2013-10-22 04:13:28 PM
I was told by a doctor that I once worked with that from his experience, the cops sided with whomever called them first.  He told me if I got into that situation, do not play the gentleman but get on the phone first and call the cops unless I had a preference for going to jail.
 
2013-10-22 04:19:24 PM

phojo1946: I was told by a doctor that I once worked with that from his experience, the cops sided with whomever called them first.  He told me if I got into that situation, do not play the gentleman but get on the phone first and call the cops unless I had a preference for going to jail.


i.ytimg.com

Call them first, and they might even help you.
 
2013-10-22 04:25:20 PM

phojo1946: I was told by a doctor that I once worked with that from his experience, the cops sided with whomever called them first.  He told me if I got into that situation, do not play the gentleman but get on the phone first and call the cops unless I had a preference for going to jail.


In most general calls, yes. But in domestic violence calls, there is a BIG change that the officers will side with the female no matter who called or what happened. It's just the way our court system interacts with social perceptions and norms. Women are more easily seen as the helpless victim, especially by male cops who want to come to the rescue. Judges and prosecutors don't want to be seen being soft on male criminals, but also don't want to be seen hassling female "victims". Domestic violence shelters, advocates and social workers are set up to deal almost exclusively with female victims, and many outright refuse to offer the same services to men. Add kids into the mix, and you can be almost certain the female caregiver will be the one staying at home while the male goes to jail.

Unfortunately it's self-reinforcing. Many male domestic violence victims refuse to call the police or testify against their female partners. Whether it's from not wanting to seem weak, knowing that they might end up becoming the suspect anyways, or not wanting to risk losing custody or visitation with kids, many male victims refuse to be part of an investigation or even talk to police when they're the victim. Women on the other hand tend not to have any hesitation with calling first and making allegations. Of the few that do call police or come forward as a victim, victim advocate groups try to pain the male as the bad guy no matter what, and prosecutors drop cases against female suspects. So more male-suspect cases get processed, reinforcing the idea that men are always the assaulter and women the assaultee, and the cycle continues.
 
2013-10-22 04:35:24 PM
The argument became more heated, Winn punched her boyfriend; he refused to hit her back. Winn then grabbed the candleholder from a coffee table and hit him on the right side of his head.

Winn struck her boyfriend a second time before he could react, breaking the candleholder over his head. The victim began to bleed profusely as Winn continued the attack punches to his face.


Please stay in jail for a long time.
 
2013-10-22 05:14:21 PM

ph0rk: The argument became more heated, Winn punched her boyfriend; he refused to hit her back. Winn then grabbed the candleholder from a coffee table and hit him on the right side of his head.

Winn struck her boyfriend a second time before he could react, breaking the candleholder over his head. The victim began to bleed profusely as Winn continued the attack punches to his face.

Please stay in jail for a long time.


Attack punches? Those are the worst kind.
 
2013-10-22 05:38:53 PM

fusillade762: Attack punches? Those are the worst kind.


Maybe it is my imagination, but lately I have been noticing sloppy writing in news stories more frequently.
 
2013-10-22 05:55:32 PM

Gergesa: fusillade762: Attack punches? Those are the worst kind.

Maybe it is my imagination, but lately I have been noticing sloppy writing in news stories more frequently.


My local newspaper cut its delivery to four days a week recently and I think they must have fired a bunch of editors, too. I've been seeing lots of spelling and other errors since. Most notably a local story said a woman was addicted to "acetaminophen and codeine, or Tylenol". That's Vicodin you idiots.
 
2013-10-22 06:20:17 PM

phojo1946: I was told by a doctor that I once worked with that from his experience, the cops sided with whomever called them first.  He told me if I got into that situation, do not play the gentleman but get on the phone first and call the cops unless I had a preference for going to jail.


taurusowner: Unfortunately it's self-reinforcing. Many male domestic violence victims refuse to call the police or testify against their female partners. Whether it's from not wanting to seem weak, knowing that they might end up becoming the suspect anyways, or not wanting to risk losing custody or visitation with kids, many male victims refuse to be part of an investigation or even talk to police when they're the victim. Women on the other hand tend not to have any hesitation with calling first and making allegations. Of the few that do call police or come forward as a victim, victim advocate groups try to pain the male as the bad guy no matter what, and prosecutors drop cases against female suspects. So more male-suspect cases get processed, reinforcing the idea that men are always the assaulter and women the assaultee, and the cycle continues.


I had a girlfriend who bordered on the abusive.  She threatened to call the cops and lie her ass off if it looked like I was going to retaliate or even just defend myself.  Her threats worked for exactly this reason.

/good riddance, you farking psychopath
//never told that to anyone outside of a couple of confidantes before now
 
2013-10-22 07:07:04 PM

fusillade762: Gergesa: fusillade762: Attack punches? Those are the worst kind.

Maybe it is my imagination, but lately I have been noticing sloppy writing in news stories more frequently.

My local newspaper cut its delivery to four days a week recently and I think they must have fired a bunch of editors, too. I've been seeing lots of spelling and other errors since. Most notably a local story said a woman was addicted to "acetaminophen and codeine, or Tylenol". That's Vicodin you idiots.


Nope. Tylonol 3.
Vicodin is Hydrocodone.
 
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