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2014-02-15 06:45:50 PM  

I created this alt just for this thread: Vitamin Pb: leevis: GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?

From my own observations, about 75% of the black population. The other half have been victims of black on black crime and think Trayvon had it coming.

Also, about 100% of the liberal population things this is what happened.

Considering Zimmerman himself stated under oath that he followed Trayvon and ended up shooting him, how else would you describe it?  He didn't have to follow the kid, but he chose to do so, thus "hunt", and since Zimmerman is not law enforcement, any action taken against Trayvon was vigilantism.  Since he did in fact kill Trayvon, it would be accurate to describe it as a "vigilante hunt & kill."  If you or Zimmerman have an issue with that description, too f*cking bad.  A whole lot of people have an issue with Zimmerman not letting the police do their job.


I'm looking forward to reading your obituary if you every have somebody smash your head into the ground repeatedly.

Until then, keep up the good trolling, my friend.
 
2014-02-15 06:46:31 PM  

Miss Alexandra: Tourney3p0: GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?

Regardless of what caused him to shoot, he did follow a kid around with a gun and eventually shot him.

Uh, no.

St. Skittles (that's what some of us call him) attacked Zimmerman.  He was knocking Zimmerman's head against the ground, and in case you didn't know, you can die of head injuries.  So in a sense St. Skittles was armed--with the pavement.

It was self-defense, plain and simple.

I might add that Skittles and watermelon juice (which is what he had, not iced tea) along with a third ingredient (I think it's cough syrup) are used to make a drug.  No, I haven't done it, but I read about it.

So St. Skittles wasn't the innocent little saint the media was portraying him as.


9/10!

I'd give you 9/11 but there's no truth in it!
 
2014-02-15 06:47:37 PM  

Skarekrough: Tough shiat.

He still has a better chance at a brighter tomorrow than Trayvon Martin does.


Yeah but ZimZam will never taste the rainbow like TrayTray
 
2014-02-15 06:48:10 PM  

doglover: Clearly the boy did something wrong. Zimmerman's life was ruined already, but it was a legal shooting.


Don't care. He's in this situation because of his own doing. He's like the guy who smoked for sixty years and is surprised he has lung cancer.

Yes. It was a legal shooting. Yes, it was self defense at the point he shot him. We get that.

I don't feel sorry for him. He's an idiot.
 
2014-02-15 06:49:29 PM  

doglover: hardinparamedic: [jokesound.files.wordpress.com image 500x333]
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Couldn't have happened to a nicer asshole.

So for defending himself and trying to do his job he should lose his home and stay forever in the spotlight because the thug who attacked him happened to be black.

Meanwhile 10 innocent black teens were shot in Detroit this month and media can't even spare a second to remind us about the fact.


It's the police's job to investigate suspicious and potentially criminal activity.  It's the Neighborhood Watch's job to contact the police.  Once Zimmerman did his job, i.e. call the cops, he should have gotten the fark out of there and let the police do theirs.  Regardless of what Martin did or did not do, if Zimmerman had stuck with just "trying to do his job" none of us would have heard of either one of these people.
 
2014-02-15 06:49:49 PM  

hardinparamedic: doglover: Clearly the boy did something wrong. Zimmerman's life was ruined already, but it was a legal shooting.

Don't care. He's in this situation because of his own doing. He's like the guy who smoked for sixty years and is surprised he has lung cancer.

Yes. It was a legal shooting. Yes, it was self defense at the point he shot him. We get that.

I don't feel sorry for him. He's an idiot.


not to mention, how much of a bad-ass Gunsmateer can you be if you can't use a gun non-lethally. What, ya'll just empty the clip into the heart with your eyes closed? WTF?
 
2014-02-15 06:51:58 PM  

sobriquet by any other name: hardinparamedic: doglover: Clearly the boy did something wrong. Zimmerman's life was ruined already, but it was a legal shooting.

Don't care. He's in this situation because of his own doing. He's like the guy who smoked for sixty years and is surprised he has lung cancer.

Yes. It was a legal shooting. Yes, it was self defense at the point he shot him. We get that.

I don't feel sorry for him. He's an idiot.

not to mention, how much of a bad-ass Gunsmateer can you be if you can't use a gun non-lethally. What, ya'll just empty the clip into the heart with your eyes closed? WTF?


Not everybody is the Lone Ranger. Guns typically aren't used to shoot other guns out of the hands of people. They're used to decide fights.
 
2014-02-15 06:53:25 PM  

leevis: GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?

From my own observations, about 75% of the black population. The other half have been victims of black on black crime and think Trayvon had it coming.


Not sure if serious...or if you've got a future creating polling results for Fox News.
 
2014-02-15 06:53:28 PM  
Most Zimmerman defenders who own guns probably have them specifically for defending themselves in situations like when some strange man follows them in his car and gets out, armed, to confront them for no reason.

/Can't wait for all the posts saying I don't know what I'm talking about, he was found innocent, blah, blah, blah.
 
2014-02-15 06:54:28 PM  

duffblue: Tourney3p0: GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?

Regardless of what caused him to shoot, he did follow a kid around with a gun and eventually shot him.

What's your point? You should be allowed to assault people who you think are following you?


So... you don't think you should be allowed to defend yourself against a "creepy" armed guy following you around your neighborhood?
 
2014-02-15 06:54:29 PM  

Vitamin Pb: I created this alt just for this thread: Vitamin Pb: leevis: GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?

From my own observations, about 75% of the black population. The other half have been victims of black on black crime and think Trayvon had it coming.

Also, about 100% of the liberal population things this is what happened.

Considering Zimmerman himself stated under oath that he followed Trayvon and ended up shooting him, how else would you describe it?  He didn't have to follow the kid, but he chose to do so, thus "hunt", and since Zimmerman is not law enforcement, any action taken against Trayvon was vigilantism.  Since he did in fact kill Trayvon, it would be accurate to describe it as a "vigilante hunt & kill."  If you or Zimmerman have an issue with that description, too f*cking bad.  A whole lot of people have an issue with Zimmerman not letting the police do their job.

I'm looking forward to reading your obituary if you every have somebody smash your head into the ground repeatedly.

Until then, keep up the good trolling, my friend.


So because Martin attacked him that justified Zimmerman following him in the first place and not letting the police do their job?  That's some mighty fine circular logic there, Lou.
 
2014-02-15 06:54:35 PM  

iheartscotch: Did anybody else see where he wasn't going to comment because of an impending civil rights case?
I didn't think that the Feds had enough for a civil rights case against the Zimmzamm. And the truth is; they probably don't.


/ Too many of the plebs want his blood.


fwiw (and i'm posting more than intended)

ianal but i can see how this case/cases (not the persons and the fiscal aftermath) are part of the growth of law. some cases are cited later and help set precedence or repair bad law

if the feds do/don't have the goods for a case, the outcome will still be useful - maybe when this thread gets past the knee-jerk posters someone interested in where this goes as legal history might chime in....

bbqing just now and wait what this thread offers sunday am - hidden jewels or broken glass
 
2014-02-15 06:54:41 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: parasol: The_Original_Roxtar: funny how media assassination and overzealous prosecution without a shred of evidence can destroy a person financially.

did I say funny? i meant tragic.

it is also funny - i mean tragic - how a person's destruction by the media can begin with a simple and shocking error in judgement on their part

please, don't use the word "assassination" in conjunction with Zimmerman - he is not in a position to warrant the phrase, nor is he dead

he could have moved to bumfark wyoming and gotten a job - and privacy - others have done so

you're right... zimmy should have let skittles cave his skull in.


Or he could have stayed in his damn truck.
 
2014-02-15 06:55:29 PM  

Facetious_Speciest: Electrify

He'll just continue to associate himself with rednecks and racists who see him as their idol.

Such a strange comment. A brown guy shot a black guy who was racist and homophobic, but he's an idol to racists? Which racists? Brown supremacists? Anti-black racists? Homosexual racists? The large segment of homosexual brown people that hate black people? Whuh?


Well, there's always this one

www.motherjones.com
 
2014-02-15 06:56:04 PM  

Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: doglover: hardinparamedic: [jokesound.files.wordpress.com image 500x333]
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Couldn't have happened to a nicer asshole.

So for defending himself and trying to do his job he should lose his home and stay forever in the spotlight because the thug who attacked him happened to be black.

Meanwhile 10 innocent black teens were shot in Detroit this month and media can't even spare a second to remind us about the fact.

It's the police's job to investigate suspicious and potentially criminal activity.  It's the Neighborhood Watch's job to contact the police.  Once Zimmerman did his job, i.e. call the cops, he should have gotten the fark out of there and let the police do theirs.  Regardless of what Martin did or did not do, if Zimmerman had stuck with just "trying to do his job" none of us would have heard of either one of these people.


Some people like to take more responsibly for their neighborhoods. If people living in bad inner city neighborhoods got more involved, they would probably improve
 
2014-02-15 06:56:09 PM  

Mattyb710: *click*

 George Zimmerman, who once shot a young man in Florida just to watch him die...

and close.


this. Am I supposed to call this journalism? Thats the discussion we should be having...not Zimmerman part XXXXXXXXXXV11111
 
2014-02-15 06:56:14 PM  

Weatherkiss: Not everybody is the Lone Ranger. Guns typically aren't used to shoot other guns out of the hands of people. They're used to decide fights.


No. They're used to protect the lives of others who cannot be protected in any other way.

Do you know what that means? That means, unless you have no other way of doing so, you avoid the fight in the first place.

There's a reason that MOST states won't extend civil protections towards someone who ends up having to shoot the other party - even in self defense - in a fight they started or escalated in the first place.

This whole debacle could have been avoided by him doing what any other person would have done. Not get out of his car and follow someone he thought was a threat to the neighborhood to begin with alone.

THAT is why I don't feel sorry for him. This was not a rape victim shooting her attacker. This was not someone who's awoken in the house in the middle of the night and has to shoot someone to defend his family. Not someone who was carjacked. Not someone who had no other choice in the matter.

Again. He's like the guy who got lung cancer after smoking for 60 years. Tragic, but WTF did you EXPECT to happen?
 
2014-02-15 06:57:02 PM  
Keep the course Mr Zim Zam, keep the course, wrap your lips around a shot gun barrel and leave a nice letter to tie it all up like a bow.
/that's mean, i shouldn't say things like that being a very close friend of mine ended his life, but this is where the zim zam is heading
 
2014-02-15 06:58:08 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-15 06:58:32 PM  

Miss Alexandra: I might add that Skittles and watermelon juice (which is what he had, not iced tea) along with a third ingredient (I think it's cough syrup) are used to make a drug. No, I haven't done it, but I read about it.


Was it written in crayon by a howler monkey, by chance?
 
2014-02-15 06:58:45 PM  

MugzyBrown: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: doglover: hardinparamedic: [jokesound.files.wordpress.com image 500x333]
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Couldn't have happened to a nicer asshole.

So for defending himself and trying to do his job he should lose his home and stay forever in the spotlight because the thug who attacked him happened to be black.

Meanwhile 10 innocent black teens were shot in Detroit this month and media can't even spare a second to remind us about the fact.

It's the police's job to investigate suspicious and potentially criminal activity.  It's the Neighborhood Watch's job to contact the police.  Once Zimmerman did his job, i.e. call the cops, he should have gotten the fark out of there and let the police do theirs.  Regardless of what Martin did or did not do, if Zimmerman had stuck with just "trying to do his job" none of us would have heard of either one of these people.

Some people like to take more responsibly for their neighborhoods. If people living in bad inner city neighborhoods got more involved, they would probably improve there would be a lot more dead teenagers.


FTFY
 
2014-02-15 06:58:51 PM  
It's crazy how many people treat Raw Story as if it's journalism.

That being said I shed no tears for George.
 
2014-02-15 06:58:58 PM  

markb289: The_Original_Roxtar: parasol: The_Original_Roxtar: funny how media assassination and overzealous prosecution without a shred of evidence can destroy a person financially.

did I say funny? i meant tragic.

it is also funny - i mean tragic - how a person's destruction by the media can begin with a simple and shocking error in judgement on their part

please, don't use the word "assassination" in conjunction with Zimmerman - he is not in a position to warrant the phrase, nor is he dead

he could have moved to bumfark wyoming and gotten a job - and privacy - others have done so

you're right... zimmy should have let skittles cave his skull in.

Or he could have stayed in his damn truck.


==

But enough about MICHAEL DUNN...

/hey-o!
 
2014-02-15 06:59:37 PM  
"STAND YOUR GROUND" HAS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO WITH ZIMMERMAN/TRAYVONN!!


NEVER DID.



GET THAT OUT OF YOUR STUPID GODDAMNED MORONIC HEADS NOW.
 
2014-02-15 07:00:13 PM  

Geoff Peterson: Am I supposed to call this journalism? Thats the discussion we should be having


Raw Story bloggers aren't in any way supposed to be non-partisan journalist/stenographers.  That's a pretty short discussion.
 
2014-02-15 07:00:52 PM  

craigdamage: "STAND YOUR GROUND" HAS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO WITH ZIMMERMAN/TRAYVONN!!


In reality, the defense deliberately avoided a SYG defense plea because they thought they'd lose if they tried it.
 
2014-02-15 07:01:08 PM  

Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: MugzyBrown: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: doglover: hardinparamedic: [jokesound.files.wordpress.com image 500x333]
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[static.fjcdn.com image 493x429]

Couldn't have happened to a nicer asshole.

So for defending himself and trying to do his job he should lose his home and stay forever in the spotlight because the thug who attacked him happened to be black.

Meanwhile 10 innocent black teens were shot in Detroit this month and media can't even spare a second to remind us about the fact.

It's the police's job to investigate suspicious and potentially criminal activity.  It's the Neighborhood Watch's job to contact the police.  Once Zimmerman did his job, i.e. call the cops, he should have gotten the fark out of there and let the police do theirs.  Regardless of what Martin did or did not do, if Zimmerman had stuck with just "trying to do his job" none of us would have heard of either one of these people.

Some people like to take more responsibly for their neighborhoods. If people living in bad inner city neighborhoods got more involved, they would probably improve there would be a lot more dead teenagers.

FTFY


I grew up in the city with active an drug corner literally across the street. My parents shined the light on them and didn't back down. They eventually move on. criminals don't like the spotlight.
 
2014-02-15 07:01:58 PM  

hardinparamedic: Weatherkiss: Not everybody is the Lone Ranger. Guns typically aren't used to shoot other guns out of the hands of people. They're used to decide fights.

No. They're used to protect the lives of others who cannot be protected in any other way.

Do you know what that means? That means, unless you have no other way of doing so, you avoid the fight in the first place.


Sure, you avoid the fight in the first place. Zimmerman was an asshole. I don't feel sorry for him. He should have stayed in his truck and let the police do their own thing. There are a lot of variables in the story, such as just how reliant the police in his area were (if I recall there were a string of break-ins in the area). But the core of the principle is he should have stayed back and let the police do their thing.

My point was that guns are there to decide fights. The person using the gun should avoid a fight by any means necessary, and should only use their firearm as a last ditch effort.

But I meant what I said quite literally. Guns are built to decide fights. Trayvon used his fists, Zimmerman used his gun. He could have done a number of things to avoid the situation. But he used the gun for what it was designed for -- destroying whatever is in front of the barrel.
 
2014-02-15 07:02:38 PM  

Geoff Peterson: Mattyb710: *click*

 George Zimmerman, who once shot a young man in Florida just to watch him die...

and close.

this. Am I supposed to call this journalism? Thats the discussion we should be having...not Zimmerman part XXXXXXXXXXV11111


Some of us call it a musical allusion. But that's just some of us.

upload.wikimedia.org

Do you know who else is a long time Zimmerman?
 
2014-02-15 07:03:52 PM  
Michael Dunn found guilty of 4 of 5 counts

a.abcnews.com

mistrial on murder 1
 
2014-02-15 07:04:06 PM  

the8re: Objectivity, how the Fark does it work?


He left his home, armed, chased down, shot and killed a young man who had done nothing more than walk through his yard.

Fark objectivity. He's human garbage.
 
2014-02-15 07:04:29 PM  

lunging_man_ass: Wow, did the author of that article actually watch the trial and the evidence presented?

It amazes me how many people have no idea what the actual facts of the case are, and instead rely on overtly emotional notions based on ignorant Facebook slacktivism.


It must be rough being the only person who *really* understands what went down that night.

The pressure of having to explain over and over again to *everyone* would be enough to give a weaker man PTSD.
 
2014-02-15 07:04:32 PM  

Miss Alexandra: St. Skittles (that's what some of us call him) attacked Zimmerman.


It was never proven who attacked first.

But, if you look at how the people involved were acting just prior to the incident, you can make a pretty good guess. One was running away, trying to avoid conflict. The other one was chasing. Gee, I wonder which was the aggressor.

He was knocking Zimmerman's head against the ground, and in case you didn't know, you can die of head injuries.

So, how, exactly, would you suggest an unarmed kid defend himself against a guy armed with a gun?

If you think about it, there are only two options (well, three. If you can out-run a bullet, you can try running away). 1) you can take the gun away- which is what Zimmerman says Trayvon tried to do- or 2) you can knock them out so they can't shoot you- say by hitting their head on the ground, which Trayvon also tried.

It was self-defense, plain and simple.

Exactly- Trayvon was trying to defend himself from a "creepy" armed guy who had been following him around.
 
2014-02-15 07:04:56 PM  

hardinparamedic: craigdamage: "STAND YOUR GROUND" HAS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO DO WITH ZIMMERMAN/TRAYVONN!!

In reality, the defense deliberately avoided a SYG defense plea because they thought they'd lose if they tried it.


Well duh....if you're already lying on the ground you're not really "STANDING" anywhere, amirite?
 
2014-02-15 07:05:16 PM  

BadReligion: Raging Whore Moans: No, seriously. Guns are for pussies

Well the, I won't show off my new one. Well, ok, I will. It is an extra for pussies Ruger Blackhawk .357 stainless.
[i74.photobucket.com image 752x800]


The holster is overkill.

Sweet pistol, though.
 
2014-02-15 07:07:15 PM  

cretinbob: Michael Dunn found guilty of 4 of 5 counts


Well these things happen, you know.
 
2014-02-15 07:07:51 PM  

hardinparamedic: BadReligion: Raging Whore Moans: No, seriously. Guns are for pussies

Well the, I won't show off my new one. Well, ok, I will. It is an extra for pussies Ruger Blackhawk .357 stainless.
[i74.photobucket.com image 752x800]

Please tell me you have leather chaps and a cowboy hat when you wear that, right?


ASSLESS leather chaps
 
2014-02-15 07:08:05 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: parasol: The_Original_Roxtar: funny how media assassination and overzealous prosecution without a shred of evidence can destroy a person financially.

did I say funny? i meant tragic.

it is also funny - i mean tragic - how a person's destruction by the media can begin with a simple and shocking error in judgement on their part

please, don't use the word "assassination" in conjunction with Zimmerman - he is not in a position to warrant the phrase, nor is he dead

he could have moved to bumfark wyoming and gotten a job - and privacy - others have done so

you're right... zimmy should have let skittles cave his skull in.


No. "Zimmy" should have minded his own damn business and not followed Trayvon around the neighborhood.
 
2014-02-15 07:08:54 PM  
So now he's wandering the streets?

Not sure if that's an improvement.
 
2014-02-15 07:09:47 PM  
which works out best
is it

one

two

or

three

inquiring minds want to know
 
2014-02-15 07:09:49 PM  

GORDON: clancifer: I wonder if he has begun to regret his little vigilante hunt & kill episode.

Serious question: do people actually believe this happened?


Of course it happened.  Sometimes it is like the guy in the fail video kicking the soccer ball into the wall and it bounces back and hits his face, though.

Before Trayvon went to go back and hunt Zimmer-thecracker-man, he should have determined if his victim was armed.
 
2014-02-15 07:09:52 PM  
i232.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-15 07:09:56 PM  
This is a case of "when two assholes meet" one got his ass kicked and the other got shot.

I don't believe Zim broke the law; I also believe you should be able to concealed carry under regulation; I also don't think people should be playing the roll of publicly armed security unless they can deescalate a situation or at least subdue someone like a pro before ultimately resorting to lethal force.

Zimmerman was a pussy and it got someone killed.
 
2014-02-15 07:10:07 PM  

cretinbob: mistrial on murder 1


AHHHHHHH You got that from CNN, didn't you LOL

They've changed it back from mistrial to "further deliberations."
 
2014-02-15 07:11:21 PM  

gravy chugging cretin.: ASSLESS leather chaps


Aren't all chaps assless? Or they would be just another kind of pants.
 
2014-02-15 07:11:27 PM  
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2014-02-15 07:11:31 PM  

hardinparamedic: Weatherkiss: Not everybody is the Lone Ranger. Guns typically aren't used to shoot other guns out of the hands of people. They're used to decide fights.

No. They're used to protect the lives of others who cannot be protected in any other way.

Do you know what that means? That means, unless you have no other way of doing so, you avoid the fight in the first place.

There's a reason that MOST states won't extend civil protections towards someone who ends up having to shoot the other party - even in self defense - in a fight they started or escalated in the first place.

This whole debacle could have been avoided by him doing what any other person would have done. Not get out of his car and follow someone he thought was a threat to the neighborhood to begin with alone.

THAT is why I don't feel sorry for him. This was not a rape victim shooting her attacker. This was not someone who's awoken in the house in the middle of the night and has to shoot someone to defend his family. Not someone who was carjacked. Not someone who had no other choice in the matter.

Again. He's like the guy who got lung cancer after smoking for 60 years. Tragic, but WTF did you EXPECT to happen?


I see what you're saying and I agree; you shouldn't shoot someone unless you have no other choice. I agree that, before the altercation, the zimmzamm made some pretty shiatty choices. I even agree that, had cooler minds prevailed, this entire situation might have been avoided.

The thing I've found to be the most telling about this case is how politicized it got. How everybody and their dog were howling , "Racism!", "He stalked that poor child!" and similar things.

/ I feel that, if the media hadn't picked up on it, we would have never heard a peep about it
 
2014-02-15 07:12:59 PM  

cretinbob:


What a strange looking white kid.
 
2014-02-15 07:13:20 PM  

BSABSVR: Miss Alexandra: I might add that Skittles and watermelon juice (which is what he had, not iced tea) along with a third ingredient (I think it's cough syrup) are used to make a drug. No, I haven't done it, but I read about it.

Was it written in crayon by a howler monkey, by chance?


No, it's pretty standard. It's called "sizyrup" now or something, but it's just Purple Drank. Take a little codine laced cough syrup and mix it up with soft drinks till you've got it sweet enough to your taste.

The problem with this angle is that yes, skittles and juice can be used to make it. But so can anything sugary. It's kind of like how you can smoke weed out of a pipe you carve into an apple. But is an apple paraphernalia? I don't think so.
 
2014-02-15 07:14:33 PM  

iheartscotch: I feel that, if the media hadn't picked up on it, we would have never heard a peep about it


That's pretty much the way every story works.  If you don't hear about it, you don't hear about it.
 
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