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(Daily Mail)   It's all fun and games 'til you get buried alive in a shallow grave by your landscaper   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 32
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2014-05-16 01:13:09 AM
The story of my life.
 
2014-05-16 01:15:02 AM
Lawnmower Man remake?
dnrtfa...
 
2014-05-16 01:17:22 AM
spoilerbuzz.com

Yep, might have been something like this before shiat went down.
 
2014-05-16 01:20:13 AM
I always thought it was a good idea to bury one's troubles.
 
2014-05-16 01:34:44 AM
I REALLY hate articles that repeat things over and over,  the fail is the worst for it;

headline says: "woman was 'BURIED ALIVE in a shallow grave"

1st bullet point under the headline: "mouth and eyes had been covered with duct tape"
3rd bullet point: "she died of asphyxiation"

1st sentence: "was buried alive in a shallow grave"
3rd sentence: "mouth and eyes were covered with duct tape"
4th sentence: "she died of asphyxiation"

caption under article photo: "buried alive in a shallow grave"

5th sentence: "they buried her alive"


Written for an audience with the attention span of a gold fish.

"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"
 
2014-05-16 01:35:23 AM
 
2014-05-16 01:59:32 AM
i.imgur.com

Stop it.

/obscure?
 
2014-05-16 02:04:32 AM
She ugly.
 
2014-05-16 02:19:55 AM
i62.tinypic.com
 
2014-05-16 02:22:01 AM
i62.tinypic.com
 
2014-05-16 02:38:53 AM
wow, rough way to go. and they dumped the lime on her while she was still alive.
for a lousy 8 g's.
I wouldn't even dispose of a dead body for that jack.
 
2014-05-16 02:42:11 AM
filmjournal.net
Very good (if utterly [nigh, terminally] twisted*) flick

*if you're into that in your fiction (which I confess to bein')
 
2014-05-16 02:43:27 AM
nigh, nay,
 
2014-05-16 02:58:08 AM

Boo_Guy: I REALLY hate articles that repeat things over and over,  the fail is the worst for it;

headline says: "woman was 'BURIED ALIVE in a shallow grave"

1st bullet point under the headline: "mouth and eyes had been covered with duct tape"
3rd bullet point: "she died of asphyxiation"

1st sentence: "was buried alive in a shallow grave"
3rd sentence: "mouth and eyes were covered with duct tape"
4th sentence: "she died of asphyxiation"

caption under article photo: "buried alive in a shallow grave"

5th sentence: "they buried her alive"


Written for an audience with the attention span of a gold fish.

"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"


My understanding of why a lot of articles online do this is because they contain the full unedited text, and the version that goes to print will be made to fit available space by simply removing entire paragraphs.  As a result, some details have to get repeated so that if they get deleted from one part of the text they still exist in another.
  Doesn't explain why they can't have someone later come back and edit the online version later though.
 
2014-05-16 03:25:42 AM
They need a Dexter in New Jersey.
 
2014-05-16 03:28:38 AM
blog.tinyprints.com
 
2014-05-16 04:16:33 AM
img1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-05-16 04:25:35 AM
horrorpediadotcom.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-05-16 06:32:01 AM
Was a hatori hanzo found in the landscaper's trailer?
 
2014-05-16 07:04:04 AM
California has the death penalty hopefully they will use it for a change.
 
2014-05-16 07:32:25 AM

Luven: California has the death penalty hopefully they will use it for a change.


Why? These assholes get a relatively quick, painless death for covering a woman in a caustic substance and burying her alive? I don't even want to imagine that. These guys need the closest equivalent we have; bury them in a windowless cell for 23.5 hours a day until they die in 40 years. No visitation, no privileges, fire hose showers once a week. Let them exist naked, hungry and lonely, sleeping on a metal slab next to the toilet in their 8ft hole, and don't even speak to them.
 
2014-05-16 07:42:12 AM
Kill Bill 2. What a horrible way to die.  They should get the same.
 
2014-05-16 07:46:41 AM

Cold_Sassy: Kill Bill 2. What a horrible way to die.  They should get the same.


That would be ok in my book. Cheaper on the state as well, wouldn't even need a pine box.
 
2014-05-16 08:08:09 AM

Luven: California has the death penalty hopefully they will use it for a change.


In NJ?
 
2014-05-16 08:33:48 AM

Boo_Guy: I REALLY hate articles that repeat things over and over,  the fail is the worst for it;

headline says: "woman was 'BURIED ALIVE in a shallow grave"

1st bullet point under the headline: "mouth and eyes had been covered with duct tape"
3rd bullet point: "she died of asphyxiation"

1st sentence: "was buried alive in a shallow grave"
3rd sentence: "mouth and eyes were covered with duct tape"
4th sentence: "she died of asphyxiation"

caption under article photo: "buried alive in a shallow grave"

5th sentence: "they buried her alive"


Written for an audience with the attention span of a gold fish.

"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"


It's The Mail. The primary qualifications for getting a job there as a author or copywriter (no, I will not use the term "reporter") is having passed 5th grade english and one's own dictionary and thesaurus, and actually knowing what they're for.
 
2014-05-16 08:37:58 AM
I heard that Usher is going to sing at her funeral service.
 
2014-05-16 08:40:05 AM
These guys are ruining it for everyone.  We can't pay people in full ahead of time, because either they won't finish the job, or they'll kill you.  Don't pay landscapers and contractors in full, up front, you may end up dead.

Cold_Sassy: Kill Bill 2. What a horrible way to die.  They should get the same.


Are you suggesting her family member to go through a lot of landscapers before finally killing them with the Five Clip Pruning?  You don't want to know about the Five Clip Pruning, it isn't nice and pretty like the Five Point Exploding Heart move.
 
2014-05-16 08:46:15 AM

lack of warmth: These guys are ruining it for everyone.  We can't pay people in full ahead of time, because either they won't finish the job, or they'll kill you.  Don't pay landscapers and contractors in full, up front, you may end up dead.

Cold_Sassy: Kill Bill 2. What a horrible way to die.  They should get the same.

Are you suggesting her family member to go through a lot of landscapers before finally killing them with the Five Clip Pruning?  You don't want to know about the Five Clip Pruning, it isn't nice and pretty like the Five Point Exploding Heart move.


Whatever works ;)
 
2014-05-16 09:28:47 AM
Deathfrogg:

It's The Mail. The primary qualifications for getting a job there as a author or copywriter (no, I will not use the term "reporter") is having passed 5th grade english and one's own dictionary and thesaurus, and actually knowing what they're for.

Actually *using* the dictionary and thesaurus is completely optional, of course.
 
2014-05-16 09:56:03 AM
That is one article I wish I hadn't read. I just can't understand people who would do that -- for any amount of money.
 
2014-05-16 10:16:15 AM

Boo_Guy: I REALLY hate articles that repeat things over and over,  the fail is the worst for it;

headline says: "woman was 'BURIED ALIVE in a shallow grave"

1st bullet point under the headline: "mouth and eyes had been covered with duct tape"
3rd bullet point: "she died of asphyxiation"

1st sentence: "was buried alive in a shallow grave"
3rd sentence: "mouth and eyes were covered with duct tape"
4th sentence: "she died of asphyxiation"

caption under article photo: "buried alive in a shallow grave"

5th sentence: "they buried her alive"


Written for an audience with the attention span of a gold fish.

"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"
"Oh look a castle!!"


I started reading this then lost track. Can you kind of sum it up in a digestible tidbit?
 
2014-05-16 10:22:38 AM

Osato: Deathfrogg:

It's The Mail. The primary qualifications for getting a job there as a author or copywriter (no, I will not use the term "reporter") is having passed 5th grade english and one's own dictionary and thesaurus, and actually knowing what they're for.

Actually *using* the dictionary and thesaurus is completely optional, of course.


Well, yeah. Mostly it's about keeping the plastic Coleus from getting too close to each other.
 
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