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2013-11-25 04:14:42 PM
There's always one tiny piece of evidence that'll get you caught.  That's why I don't masturbate.
 
2013-11-25 04:16:32 PM
He's not really a murderer if he didn't accomplish it.
 
2013-11-25 04:32:35 PM

naughtyrev: He's not really a murderer if he didn't accomplish it.


I still call the Cubs a baseball team.
 
2013-11-25 04:35:51 PM

Relatively Obscure: naughtyrev: He's not really a murderer if he didn't accomplish it.

I still call the Cubs a baseball team.


Touche.
 
2013-11-25 05:47:17 PM
Dial M for Moron.
 
2013-11-25 05:47:36 PM
Wow, that would be a terrifying phone call to listen to.
 
2013-11-25 05:48:03 PM
Picks up phone, hello...who dis


Ahhh NUGGA I was just playin.....who weee dem was just jokes main man, we cool right?
 
2013-11-25 05:50:33 PM
Rectum? Damn near killed him.
 
2013-11-25 05:50:40 PM
His butt double-crossed him?
 
2013-11-25 05:51:53 PM
Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.
 
2013-11-25 05:53:59 PM
I dated a chick once who butt-dialed her dad as she was taking her pants off right before we had sex. The creepiest part was the call duration was 7 minutes. Her dad listened to us have sex for 7 minutes. Oh, and my "dad" I mean "step-dad".
 
2013-11-25 05:55:02 PM
The call is coming... from inside your butt!
 
2013-11-25 05:58:23 PM

naughtyrev: He's not really a murderer if he didn't accomplish it.


Just 'cause he didn't commit THIS murder doesn't mean it's his first time...
 
2013-11-25 05:59:50 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: The call is coming... from inside your butt!


A shiatty place to call someone from
 
2013-11-25 06:00:03 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I dated a chick once who butt-dialed her dad as she was taking her pants off right before we had sex. The creepiest part was the call duration was 7 minutes. Her dad listened to us have sex for 7 minutes. Oh, and my "dad" I mean "step-dad".


My first gf was 12 when she walked in on her mom blowing her stepdad. Her stepdad smiled at her, moaned really loudly, and winked at her. Creepo
 
2013-11-25 06:02:12 PM

Ooba Tooba: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: I dated a chick once who butt-dialed her dad as she was taking her pants off right before we had sex. The creepiest part was the call duration was 7 minutes. Her dad listened to us have sex for 7 minutes. Oh, and my "dad" I mean "step-dad".

My first gf was 12 when she walked in on her mom blowing her stepdad. Her stepdad smiled at her, moaned really loudly, and winked at her. Creepo


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So sorry, couldnt help it

That is really creepy, especially for a 12 year old to see.
 
2013-11-25 06:07:26 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: naughtyrev: He's not really a murderer if he didn't accomplish it.

Just 'cause he didn't commit THIS murder doesn't mean it's his first time...


"Attempted murder"? Now honestly, what is that? Do they give a Nobel prize for "attempted chemistry"?
 
2013-11-25 06:09:46 PM

JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.


This is what happens when you don't lock your phone because you got tired of your wife or girlfriend always accusing you of cheating because you lock your phone.
 
2013-11-25 06:25:47 PM
We need jimmy Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock now more than ever
 
2013-11-25 06:30:23 PM
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2013-11-25 07:01:30 PM

JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.


My guess is that he was looking up the victim's address in the contacts on his smartphone for the hitman, and bumped the dial button.
 
2013-11-25 07:03:18 PM

Lanadapter: Ryker's Peninsula: The call is coming... from inside your butt!

A shiatty place to call someone from


I heard it has great 'asscoustics'.

/all i got
 
2013-11-25 07:17:42 PM
I take it back, this is a perfect Coen brothers movie plot
 
2013-11-25 07:31:23 PM
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2013-11-25 07:37:21 PM

JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.


Butt-dialing, or bump-against-random-object dialing for that matter, is amazingly easy with the old "candybar" style phones, and some codes that you wouldn't expect will reach 911. Back when AT&T was still using TDMA for cell phones, I got to experience that firsthand, with the phone in a holster. Apparently, in some countries, 08 was an emergency code, and AT&T, in its infinite wisdom, implemented it in their TDMA network. I was visiting a friend in the city, and brushed up against a table or something without realizing it. A few minutes later, I get a call from the cops asking if I dialed 911... at least I didn't end up in any trouble for it, but it still freaked me out. I looked in my call log, and that's where I found a call to 08.

GSM phones can use 112 for emergencies as well; that's the standard EU emergency number, and it was put into the GSM spec. If you're on AT&T or T-Mobile, it should work, though I'm not going to test it. I don't know if the CDMA carriers (Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular) bother with it.

On the other hand, Proctalgia's explanation makes a lot of sense too (and what an appropriate handle for this thread, all things considered).
 
2013-11-25 07:47:50 PM
Oh, yeah, the location of this fiasco also reminds me: over Labor Day weekend, I took an impromptu road trip south. After spending time in Nashville, I cut across through northern Alabama and Mississippi and then through Memphis. I crossed the river and headed north on the Arkansas side. NW Arkansas was not especially scenic (we're talking flatter than I-80 through Nebraska), if you can get close to the river at all it's still hidden behind levees, and I was mighty glad when I got to the next bridge north (I-155) and back into Tennessee. Seriously, the area creeped me out (especially Blytheville), and that was in broad daylight.

The nicest looking building in Blytheville was the old Greyhound bus station. Kind of appropriate I guess; if I had to live there I'd be doing anything I could to leave.
 
2013-11-25 07:52:17 PM
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2013-11-25 07:59:44 PM

JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.


The butt dial giveth, and the butt dial taketh away.
 
2013-11-25 08:23:11 PM
So is the hit still on or not?
 
2013-11-25 08:29:28 PM

fusillade762: Do they give a Nobel prize for "attempted chemistry"?


Perhaps posthumously. (boom)
 
2013-11-25 08:39:58 PM

JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.


Actually, they do. Some of the cheaper dumbphone makers decided to skimp on programming, and fufilled the FCC's 'phone must always be capable of 911' requirement by sticking an unlockable 'call 911' button on the surface. So the phone may not be put in a pocket or set down on a desk the wrong way without calling 911. My brother's phone was like this; he had to get a hard plastic enclosure for it.
 
2013-11-26 12:05:57 AM

strelyali: JarynFrostwing: Okay seriously, what the hell is the deal with these murder plots uncovered because someone butt-dialed the victim or perhaps even more strangely, the police?

Do these burner phones have some huge "DIAL 911" on the front of them and no locking capability or something? This seems like something that should happen more like once every 10 years, but it seems like we get one of these about every 4 months.

The butt dial giveth, and the butt dial taketh away.


Is this worse that butt dialing the victim while you're beating them to death?

http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2007-05-11/news/0705110217_1_gaumer -u mbc-phone-records

"They also played a chilling 42-second phone message recorded when Gaumer's cell phone inadvertently dialed Brown's.
"All of us in the courtroom listened - because we had to - to just a small portion of Josie's brutal beating death," Brobst said of the phone message, which captured thumping noises, shouting and brief bursts of a woman's muffled screams."
 
2013-11-26 02:19:37 AM
Dumbass tag - butt dialing.  I see what you did there.
 
2013-11-26 08:31:05 AM

Sim Tree: Some of the cheaper dumbphone makers decided to skimp on programming, and fufilled the FCC's 'phone must always be capable of 911' requirement by sticking an unlockable 'call 911' button on the surface. So the phone may not be put in a pocket or set down on a desk the wrong way without calling 911. My brother's phone was like this; he had to get a hard plastic enclosure for it.


Blackberries have also been known to pocket dial 911. Especially anything with a trackball or a side-wheel. It's not hard to scroll it (since if I recall, you can scroll up and it will loop to the bottom on some) when the keylock is on. First option is "Unlock", second middle option is "Emergency Dial", third was "Cancel". Not hard to scroll Emergency and then press inward on the trackball/scrollwheel and dial 911.
 
2013-11-26 04:39:31 PM
The thing is, it didn't call 911, it called the intended victim.  The intended victim then called the Paragould Police (fine police staff there, I know, I live in Paragould).
 
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