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2013-12-13 10:27:55 PM  
Well he's screwed he signed the tax documents.
 
2013-12-13 10:30:43 PM  
The worst part is that after he shot the guy and finished his lunch the shooter felt hungry again and shot someone else.
 
2013-12-13 10:35:26 PM  
"Deputy Public Defender Dawn Butorac said Hoang and the other man had bullied Nguyen. She said he also suffered from mental illness and his brain was damaged during a car crash in his native Vietnam. A defense expert testified at a previous hearing that Hoang had an IQ of 66.  "

Wait, is this a reading comprehension or a writing ability test?  I can't tell.
 
2013-12-13 10:38:14 PM  
Some people just can't Nguyen.
 
2013-12-13 10:38:28 PM  
I wouldn't say i'd wish him harm, but I don't wish him health.
 
2013-12-13 10:39:10 PM  
Well, he won't have to worry about people farking with his food in prison, right?
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-12-13 10:43:01 PM  
Here's hoping he ends up Hung in a cell.
 
2013-12-13 10:46:42 PM  
Sigh. That's what's wrong with kids today... No respect for the good ol' hair sandwich and laxative cake...

/yes I read the article
//This thread is now about food tampering and workplace revenge.
 
2013-12-13 10:48:22 PM  
If his IQ is really 66 then I hope he gets put in a mental health facility. I also hope he is treated humanely.
 
2013-12-13 10:53:17 PM  
Was it a "moist-maker"? It helps to know which side of the fence I'm on...
 
2013-12-13 10:53:51 PM  

SansNeural: "Deputy Public Defender Dawn Butorac said Hoang and the other man had bullied Nguyen. She said he also suffered from mental illness and his brain was damaged during a car crash in his native Vietnam. A defense expert testified at a previous hearing that Hoang had an IQ of 66.  "

Wait, is this a reading comprehension or a writing ability test?  I can't tell.


My thoughts exactly.
 
2013-12-13 10:55:13 PM  
Sounds like a Nguyen Nguyen situation all around
 
2013-12-13 10:57:59 PM  
Protip:  Don't fark with anyone so much that they no longer give a fark about anything but settling the score.
 
2013-12-13 10:59:58 PM  
That's pho sho.
 
2013-12-13 11:00:18 PM  
Surprised this is not already here:

i303.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-13 11:01:29 PM  

a particular individual: Some people just can't Nguyen.


whatshisname: Sounds like a Nguyen Nguyen situation all around


i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-13 11:02:22 PM  
That was a mighty tasty fishhead sammich.
 
2013-12-13 11:05:25 PM  
Was he lead, tenor, baritone, or bass?
 
2013-12-13 11:09:33 PM  
So glad that so many people know that Nguyen = win.

Going to be honest though, while Vietnamese food is absurdly good, you have to be willing to risk eating tiet canh if you want to get canh chua.
 
2013-12-13 11:13:18 PM  

notyomama: Surprised this is not already here:


Well haolegirl got the moist maker, although that's not quite as obvious as the picture. I have apparently watched way too many reruns.
 
2013-12-13 11:14:23 PM  
Brought some 'cream' to work to put in my morning coffee. It disappeared within days. The next can I brought had the words "I spit in this can" written on it. The next morning, a new set of words were scrawled on the can.

"So did I"

Can you tell I work with a bunch of Jackasses?
 
2013-12-13 11:21:30 PM  

Phony_Soldier: If his IQ is really 66 then I hope he gets put in a mental health facility. I also hope he is treated humanely.


He belongs in a museum!
 
2013-12-13 11:21:37 PM  
That name is pure Nguyen
 
2013-12-13 11:22:21 PM  
The trial will probably end in a hung jury.


Phony_Soldier: If his IQ is really 66 then I hope he gets put in a mental health facility. I also hope he is treated humanely.


I think that was the guy who bullied him.
 
2013-12-13 11:26:11 PM  
Thank Christ nothing stood between the perp and his God-given Second Amendment rights
 
2013-12-13 11:34:45 PM  

Ditto: Protip:  Don't fark with anyone so much that they no longer give a fark about anything but settling the score. be a dick

 
2013-12-13 11:38:11 PM  

MabalzIzari: Brought some 'cream' to work to put in my morning coffee. It disappeared within days. The next can I brought had the words "I spit in this can" written on it. The next morning, a new set of words were scrawled on the can.

"So did I"

Can you tell I work with a bunch of Jackasses?


i763.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-13 11:39:09 PM  
Obviously not a Nguyen-win solution.
 
2013-12-13 11:51:46 PM  

rnatalie: Obviously not a Nguyen-win solution.


We covered that way down thread
 
2013-12-13 11:53:13 PM  

MabalzIzari: Brought some 'cream' to work to put in my morning coffee. It disappeared within days. The next can I brought had the words "I spit in this can" written on it. The next morning, a new set of words were scrawled on the can.

"So did I"

Can you tell I work with a bunch of Jackasses?


Day 3:

"I lied, I'm too dehydrated to spit after all the jerking it I did to fill this thing."
 
2013-12-14 12:01:54 AM  

justalittledonedout: notyomama: Surprised this is not already here:

Well haolegirl got the moist maker, although that's not quite as obvious as the picture. I have apparently watched way too many reruns.


Stupid mobile device! I would have done a gif of the birds flying away after Ross yelling!
 
2013-12-14 12:15:32 AM  

Marmilman: SansNeural: "Deputy Public Defender Dawn Butorac said Hoang and the other man had bullied Nguyen. She said he also suffered from mental illness and his brain was damaged during a car crash in his native Vietnam. A defense expert testified at a previous hearing that Hoang had an IQ of 66.  "

Wait, is this a reading comprehension or a writing ability test?  I can't tell.

My thoughts exactly.


"Nguyen quit working at the Belle View Barber Shop in December 2010, soon after the incident. Nguyen later purchased a gun and wrote letters explaining his plans to family and friends about his plans, Stott said. "

Twern't no ritin tests, neiver.
 
2013-12-14 12:22:09 AM  
You're an office fridge.
 
2013-12-14 01:10:21 AM  
Came for a picture of Ross. Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-12-14 01:30:59 AM  
So Im in an elevator at the court house and this guy and his lawyer get in with me and they start talking and the lawyer is all like yeah I think we can maybe get you off but why did you shoot the guy? And the defendant said "because he keept staring at the back of my head"

I'll be here all week, try the veal and remember to tip your waiter.
 
2013-12-14 01:31:34 AM  
The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.
 
2013-12-14 02:57:38 AM  

PaLarkin: The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.


Except, that's a crime too.


It's called "poisoning"
 
2013-12-14 05:05:03 AM  

tripleseven: PaLarkin: The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.

Except, that's a crime too.


It's called "poisoning"


If I want to put exlax in my food and put that food in a container that's clearly marked as mine, how is that anyone else's business?  If I do that, then the thief eats it and gets sick, surely that's his fault.

If you're right and I'm wrong, that's another example of how our society is farked up.  In this case by punishing the victim and not the criminal.
 
2013-12-14 07:40:02 AM  

PaLarkin: tripleseven: PaLarkin: The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.

Except, that's a crime too.


It's called "poisoning"

If I want to put exlax in my food and put that food in a container that's clearly marked as mine, how is that anyone else's business?  If I do that, then the thief eats it and gets sick, surely that's his fault.

If you're right and I'm wrong, that's another example of how our society is farked up.  In this case by punishing the victim and not the criminal.


When you are using a community fridge, it's probably best to avoid any possibility of farking with innocent people or people who just made a mistake. If you need to booby-trap your food, try using a camera or an alarm or a lock or fake food instead of poison.
 
2013-12-14 07:40:47 AM  
www.nytmare.org
 
2013-12-14 08:35:15 AM  
pjmedia.com
 
2013-12-14 09:26:30 AM  
I had a coworker with similar mental state, as he too suffered a brain injury from a car crash which left him slow and a little less controllable of his violent abilities.  Our company didn't have the balls to fire him, even though he screamed and cussed at customers, hit an old man in abdomen and would draw cartoon genitals randomly around the place.  We don't think the old man ever complained to management or that would've gotten him gone.  He finally got the idea to quit and the boss was smart enough to not rehire him.  He did swing by later and tell us how he put one of his new coworkers' hands into a deep fryer.  We were glad none of us made the mistake of teasing him.  I came close when I was telling the guys when my wedding was going to take place and he spoke up that it was the anniversary date of his brain surgery.  Without taking a moment to think about it, I blurted out, "I hope I have better luck."  All the guys gasped and stayed quiet till he laughed and said "I don't get it."
 
2013-12-14 01:35:37 PM  

nytmare: When you are using a community fridge, it's probably best to avoid any possibility of farking with innocent people or people who just made a mistake. If you need to booby-trap your food, try using a camera or an alarm or a lock or fake food instead of poison.


Nope.

As long as the edible substance isn't toxic or unsanitary and is properly sealed from any smells contaminating other peoples food then what you decide to put in a community fridge or food cupboard with your name on it is yours and nobody else's UNLESS there is an express policy regarding anything left overnight (or if you left it after your work day is done or the end of the week or whatever the policy may be) is fair game. This never applies to personal condiments or unopened cans or bottles of whatever which is never fair game.

I won't eat your food so why in the hell would you eat mine? Especially while I'm still at work and expecting it to be there. Would you take my lunch money out of my desk drawer because I'm "Not using it" right then? There is no difference. Don't be a thief.
 
2013-12-14 05:12:15 PM  

tripleseven: PaLarkin: The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.

Except, that's a crime too.


It's called "poisoning"


Incoming CSB:

My brother-in-law has a cabin in the mountains that he let's the family use. A few years ago he had an issue where people were breaking in, apparently having parties, and leaving the place trashed. One of the things these shiats would do is to eat all the food the family had left in the pantry.

This went on for about two years, almost every time someone used the cabin they'd find it trashed and the lock destroyed. After about the fifth time this happened, my BIL hatched an evil plan.

He baked a bunch of cookies. With a very special ingredient: large quantities of rat poison. The next time he cleaned out the cabin after the hoodlums trashed it, he left the cookies in the pantry. The family, of course, was told under no circumstances whatsoever to eat these cookies.

Predictably, the cabin was broken into and the cookies disappeared. There were no break-ins after that, but we heard on the grape vine that several local teenagers were hospitalized after they started shiatting and vomiting blood.

Steal someone's food, mess with their space, they might poison you. It might not be legal, but it's both fair and just.
 
2013-12-14 05:48:03 PM  

JesusJuice: tripleseven: PaLarkin: The guy was right in wanting revenge, but went too far.  The right thing to do in this case would be to bake some brownies made with ex lax, return to work with them and leave them in the fridge for the thief to take.  So many people have pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity or some other mental defect that it's difficult to believe them.

Except, that's a crime too.


It's called "poisoning"

Incoming CSB:

My brother-in-law has a cabin in the mountains that he let's the family use. A few years ago he had an issue where people were breaking in, apparently having parties, and leaving the place trashed. One of the things these shiats would do is to eat all the food the family had left in the pantry.

This went on for about two years, almost every time someone used the cabin they'd find it trashed and the lock destroyed. After about the fifth time this happened, my BIL hatched an evil plan.

He baked a bunch of cookies. With a very special ingredient: large quantities of rat poison. The next time he cleaned out the cabin after the hoodlums trashed it, he left the cookies in the pantry. The family, of course, was told under no circumstances whatsoever to eat these cookies.

Predictably, the cabin was broken into and the cookies disappeared. There were no break-ins after that, but we heard on the grape vine that several local teenagers were hospitalized after they started shiatting and vomiting blood.

Steal someone's food, mess with their space, they might poison you. It might not be legal, but it's both fair and just.


I agree.  If you steal something of mine and get sick or injured as a result of doing so, it's what you get for stealing my stuff.  This reminds me of the idiots in Mexico who stole that truck with the cobalt in it.  Everything I've read about it says they probably got a fatal dose when they opened the container.  Estimates vary on how long they have to live.  I don't feel a bit sorry for them.  They got what they deserved.
 
drp
2013-12-14 07:19:30 PM  

JesusJuice: Incoming CSB:


I'm not the least bit surprised that an evil farktard racist asshole like you is amused by one of your family member's attempted murder shenanigans.
 
2013-12-14 08:28:46 PM  

Radioactive Ass: Would you take my lunch money out of my desk drawer because I'm "Not using it" right then?


I'm sorry if you can't tell the difference between your desk and the fridge. Personally, I have no trouble with such distinctions.
 
2013-12-14 09:15:36 PM  

drp: JesusJuice: Incoming CSB:

I'm not the least bit surprised that an evil farktard racist asshole like you is amused by one of your family member's attempted murder shenanigans.


Wow, you're acerbic. Consider getting some help.
 
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