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(SacBee)   Sacramento police on the lookout for every male Farker. With bonus 7th grade level police sketch   (sacbee.com) divider line 121
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2014-01-18 11:37:43 PM

PsiChick: miss diminutive: As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, "Can I unzip my pants?

This, or similar creepy-perv behaviour, has happened to me more than once. I just ignore it and jog on.

And people wonder why women get annoyed about the 'compliments'.

/Seriously, it's disgusting and freaky. Knock it the f*ck off.


Show us your boobs.
 
2014-01-19 12:34:04 AM
I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.
 
2014-01-19 12:40:26 AM

GreatGlavinsGhost:


We have our perp, Book 'em Danno
 
2014-01-19 12:54:06 AM

touchandgoes: I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.


South area

/between I-5 and the big bend in the Sacramento River
 
2014-01-19 01:15:57 AM
touchandgo:

I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.


Really? Nice area populated with 1920's - post WWII bungelows (also known as craftsmans).  Its main drag had Tower Records, Tower Liquor and Tower Cafe and cinema (a pic I posted above).
 
2014-01-19 01:27:51 AM

SirEattonHogg: touchandgo:

I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.


Really? Nice area populated with 1920's - post WWII bungelows (also known as craftsmans).  Its main drag had Tower Records, Tower Liquor and Tower Cafe and cinema (a pic I posted above).



Oh I know where it is now... never ventured down there, I lived downtown only for two years before I moved to shiatty Florida.  That area looks nice though.
 
2014-01-19 01:42:23 AM
Broadway and 16th is not the Pocket. The Pocket is the full area around Greenhaven. Pocket Road to Riverside, west of I-5.
 
2014-01-19 01:44:47 AM
 
2014-01-19 02:01:21 AM

v15: "As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, 'Can I unzip my pants?'"

"Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch (pictured) of the suspect, who was described as Indian, in his late 20s to early 30s, 5 feet 10 inches, to 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a skinny build, and wearing a gray hooded-sweatshirt over a flannel pajama top and gray sweat pants."

Zippers on sweat pants? An Indian wearing pants? This woman is a farking liar.


If they don't wear pants, what do Indians wear?
 
2014-01-19 02:13:13 AM

Ima4nic8or: Based on the description of his behavior the guy is rude and douchey but I don't see anything criminal in his actions.  I am surprised the police are bothering to look for him.


Probably because there's a good chance he will escalate his behavior.
 
2014-01-19 07:48:52 AM

dunklemeister: His behavior did not end with the question.

Whatever.  You asked a question.

I answered.

Yes, people often hook up in a similar fashion.  (And in case you didn't notice, I'm not actually suggesting it, I find the concept of bad pick-up lines funny, just stating that they can work.)

I am not defending this guy at all.  As I said, the supposed perpetrator carried it our horridly, I even called him uhinged.

As to the "name".  It's not a technical name, it's more like "naming" the Dirty Sanchez or the Rusty Trombone.  Whatever the name is should be totally irrelevant.  It's only used in a discussion of scholars of the art.

cookiefleck: That dude is a creepy loser, this coming from a woman, but the fact that it seems like you admire him makes YOU worse.


You don't read so well do you?  You really don't find a hint of sarcasm in my posts?

You really believe I find "You want to go halvsies on a bastard?" as something classy?

In that case, Bonjour.

Some people are entirely too prudish, boring, and naive for the grandeur that is Fark.  Since you are unaware, Fark is generally not serious business.  Read this thread again from the top.  Make a note of how almost all the comments are joking about the topic, the sketch, the lack of details, even calling the legitimacy of the article into question. Even subby's headline was a joke.

If you don't like it, you may consider finding another website to frequent, something more to your tastes.

Take Dunkle with you, he's similarly in over his head.
 
2014-01-19 07:55:34 AM

o'really: v15: "As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, 'Can I unzip my pants?'"

"Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch (pictured) of the suspect, who was described as Indian, in his late 20s to early 30s, 5 feet 10 inches, to 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a skinny build, and wearing a gray hooded-sweatshirt over a flannel pajama top and gray sweat pants."

Zippers on sweat pants? An Indian wearing pants? This woman is a farking liar.

If they don't wear pants, what do Indians wear?


Buckskin loincloth.
 
2014-01-19 07:59:11 AM

pushcart: o'really: v15: "As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, 'Can I unzip my pants?'"

"Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch (pictured) of the suspect, who was described as Indian, in his late 20s to early 30s, 5 feet 10 inches, to 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a skinny build, and wearing a gray hooded-sweatshirt over a flannel pajama top and gray sweat pants."

Zippers on sweat pants? An Indian wearing pants? This woman is a farking liar.

If they don't wear pants, what do Indians wear?

Buckskin loincloth.


Dot not feather.
 
2014-01-19 08:03:37 AM

omeganuepsilon: pushcart: o'really: v15: "As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, 'Can I unzip my pants?'"

"Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch (pictured) of the suspect, who was described as Indian, in his late 20s to early 30s, 5 feet 10 inches, to 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a skinny build, and wearing a gray hooded-sweatshirt over a flannel pajama top and gray sweat pants."

Zippers on sweat pants? An Indian wearing pants? This woman is a farking liar.

If they don't wear pants, what do Indians wear?

Buckskin loincloth.

Dot not feather.


Oops, dhoti for sure then.
 
2014-01-19 08:21:00 AM

pushcart: omeganuepsilon: pushcart: o'really: v15: "As she passed him, he allegedly made an unwanted comment to her, then lowered his hand toward his crotch and said, 'Can I unzip my pants?'"

"Police on Tuesday released a composite sketch (pictured) of the suspect, who was described as Indian, in his late 20s to early 30s, 5 feet 10 inches, to 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a skinny build, and wearing a gray hooded-sweatshirt over a flannel pajama top and gray sweat pants."

Zippers on sweat pants? An Indian wearing pants? This woman is a farking liar.

If they don't wear pants, what do Indians wear?

Buckskin loincloth.

Dot not feather.

Oops, dhoti for sure then.


If they wear them at all, I swear I've seen them wear something like a karmeez(long shirt or robe-like appearance) with bare legs, maybe short dhoti or churidar variants? (ie shorts)

Or maybe it's perfectly acceptable to not wear pants/shorts at all with a long shirt that goes below the knees.  I only know what the google tells me, which isn't much.
 
2014-01-19 08:50:36 AM
so he was an indian outlaw? half cherokee and choctaw?
 
2014-01-19 10:13:42 AM

ThrobblefootSpectre: The Googles Do Nothing: Also Indians aren't known to be sexually aggressive towards strange women...

Wut?  Rape is extremely common in India.  The highest levels of government has admitted as much in unambiguous terms, and the UN human rights commission calls it a "national problem" in India.  Note that marital rape and date rape are not even recognized as crimes there.


....and we have a new resident of the Sar-chasm. Enjoy the view.
 
2014-01-19 04:55:20 PM

touchandgoes: SirEattonHogg: touchandgo:

I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.


Really? Nice area populated with 1920's - post WWII bungelows (also known as craftsmans).  Its main drag had Tower Records, Tower Liquor and Tower Cafe and cinema (a pic I posted above).


Oh I know where it is now... never ventured down there, I lived downtown only for two years before I moved to shiatty Florida.  That area looks nice though.


If you ever went to Bogle Winery you would take the Pocket Rd. exit off I-5 to there.
/only reason I know of it, I live in East Sac
 
2014-01-19 07:11:53 PM

make me some tea: touchandgoes: SirEattonHogg: touchandgo:

I lived in Sac for a few years and have never heard of the Pocket Area.


Really? Nice area populated with 1920's - post WWII bungelows (also known as craftsmans).  Its main drag had Tower Records, Tower Liquor and Tower Cafe and cinema (a pic I posted above).


Oh I know where it is now... never ventured down there, I lived downtown only for two years before I moved to shiatty Florida.  That area looks nice though.

If you ever went to Bogle Winery you would take the Pocket Rd. exit off I-5 to there.
/only reason I know of it, I live in East Sac


I've never been there either.  I liked East Sac a lot.  Looked at buying a house on 51 & H, and another on San Antonio Way, but those fell through.  I enjoyed where I was at Q&15th, unfortunately I wasn't there long enough.  Living in Sac was the best 2 years of my life... I miss it every day.
 
2014-01-19 08:47:00 PM

touchandgoes: I've never been there either.  I liked East Sac a lot.  Looked at buying a house on 51 & H, and another on San Antonio Way, but those fell through.  I enjoyed where I was at Q&15th, unfortunately I wasn't there long enough.  Living in Sac was the best 2 years of my life... I miss it every day.


We just moved here in November from NYC. Absolutely love it. I know Q & 15th very well, when we moved here we rented a cottage on U between 13th and 14th st. Owner had a garden and fruit trees and chickens in the back yard and lived in a small guest house in the back of the property. That was a great introduction to Sac and what it has to offer. I don't think we're gonna ever live anywhere else at this point, unless we're forced to.
 
2014-01-19 10:34:09 PM

make me some tea: touchandgoes: I've never been there either.  I liked East Sac a lot.  Looked at buying a house on 51 & H, and another on San Antonio Way, but those fell through.  I enjoyed where I was at Q&15th, unfortunately I wasn't there long enough.  Living in Sac was the best 2 years of my life... I miss it every day.

We just moved here in November from NYC. Absolutely love it. I know Q & 15th very well, when we moved here we rented a cottage on U between 13th and 14th st. Owner had a garden and fruit trees and chickens in the back yard and lived in a small guest house in the back of the property. That was a great introduction to Sac and what it has to offer. I don't think we're gonna ever live anywhere else at this point, unless we're forced to.

Enjoy the orange trees and the city!

 
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