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(KPHO Phoenix)   Naked man fights with wife, succumbs at hands of five officers and several stun gun deployments. "We believe impairment by cocaine is a factor in the behavior encountered"   (kpho.com) divider line 28
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2014-06-09 12:41:59 AM
The cocaine was the only thing keeping him from being a sentient mass of bath salts and meth.
 
2014-06-09 03:14:04 AM
Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.
 
2014-06-09 03:15:50 AM

CruiserTwelve: Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.


This is not good advice for the gym.  You'd think it'd be fine if you start in the shower, but it clumps and then it just keeps going downhill way after you even remember why you're in prison.
 
2014-06-09 03:34:44 AM
"East Valley authorities are trying to determine what caused the death of a naked Gilbert man..."

I'm going to guess it was something to do with this;
"It took five officers and several stun gun deployments to subdue Daniel Best, 34, of Gilbert"

Quick sprinkle some crack on him so we can blame that instead!
 
2014-06-09 03:36:29 AM

Boo_Guy: "East Valley authorities are trying to determine what caused the death of a naked Gilbert man..."

I'm going to guess it was something to do with this;
"It took five officers and several stun gun deployments to subdue Daniel Best, 34, of Gilbert"

Quick sprinkle some crack on him so we can blame that instead!


Is that you Dave?
 
2014-06-09 03:45:34 AM
FTA : Shortly after he was taken into custody, Best started showing signs of significant medical distress

Multiple baton blows to the head will do that.
 
2014-06-09 03:50:50 AM

CruiserTwelve: Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.


Wouldn't know. I'm too busy curling the 10s in the morning and 15 in the afternoon when I'm letting the sun hit me from a 45 degree angle.

Do you want some crystal too?
 
2014-06-09 03:52:44 AM
Naked man, suc, cums at the hands of five officers.

Stun guns must've shorted out from all that jizz.
 
2014-06-09 03:53:45 AM

CruiserTwelve: Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.


It doesn't actually increase your strength. It interferes with the part of your brain that controls how far your muscles contract along with overloading your endocrine system which results in hyper doses of adrenaline. This can give the appearance of increased strength but only as a result of overexerting your muscles until they've torn.
 
2014-06-09 03:58:00 AM
Helluva a drug, cocaine is....
 
2014-06-09 04:03:04 AM

Allen262: Boo_Guy: "East Valley authorities are trying to determine what caused the death of a naked Gilbert man..."

I'm going to guess it was something to do with this;
"It took five officers and several stun gun deployments to subdue Daniel Best, 34, of Gilbert"

Quick sprinkle some crack on him so we can blame that instead!

Is that you Dave?


Dave's not here man.
i436.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-09 04:26:26 AM
All I gotta say is: do you know how much junk (likely more than just cocaine) you have to be on to brush off a taser blast, let alone 5? I talk to officers every night and every now and again they have a story about how they had to taze a drunk or crackhead, but not one includes the phrase "and they just kept comming". One taze is normally plenty to down the most farked up drunk/junkie.
 
2014-06-09 04:55:52 AM

CruiserTwelve: Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.


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2014-06-09 05:29:49 AM
It's amazing the correlation between naked an in-custody deaths.  Virtually all deaths that AI blames on Tasers were naked men.
 
2014-06-09 06:06:09 AM
Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.
 
2014-06-09 06:23:42 AM

CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.


I find this to be bullshiat. If I tape down the trigger on a stun gun and throw it at someone's head, then it has a similar--but not as powerful--effect as a Taser.

I smell a letter to Myth busters: "Homemade Taser, Part II."
 
2014-06-09 06:34:24 AM

maram500: CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.

I find this to be bullshiat. If I tape down the trigger on a stun gun and throw it at someone's head, then it has a similar--but not as powerful--effect as a Taser.

I smell a letter to Myth busters: "Homemade Taser, Part II."


When I was deployed and bored, me and my cohorts made what we called Taser gloves. We used the capacitors from disposable cameras had batter packs on the wrist bands. We used two throwing darts and thin copper wire for the Taser part. It only deployed the shock if both darts hit the same target. Then, each glove had wires on the fingers so each would shock again with separate capacitors when you touch the target. Problem was that we didn't think about how to take them off once charged. Also, those camera flash capacitors carry one biatch of a charge!
 
2014-06-09 06:35:45 AM
.....and battery packs......

/stoopid iPhone
 
2014-06-09 06:41:12 AM
The moral of this story, don't do drugs...around your wife.
 
2014-06-09 06:57:40 AM

CJHardin: maram500: CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.

I find this to be bullshiat. If I tape down the trigger on a stun gun and throw it at someone's head, then it has a similar--but not as powerful--effect as a Taser.

I smell a letter to Myth busters: "Homemade Taser, Part II."

When I was deployed and bored, me and my cohorts made what we called Taser gloves. We used the capacitors from disposable cameras had batter packs on the wrist bands. We used two throwing darts and thin copper wire for the Taser part. It only deployed the shock if both darts hit the same target. Then, each glove had wires on the fingers so each would shock again with separate capacitors when you touch the target. Problem was that we didn't think about how to take them off once charged. Also, those camera flash capacitors carry one biatch of a charge!


There was an episode of Burn Notice (it might have been the third to last episode of the second season) where Michael Westen modified a disposable camera to act as a stun gun. That gave me so many ideas...
 
2014-06-09 09:42:16 AM

CruiserTwelve: Naked guys are usually on PCP. Also makes them incredibly strong.


Not true.  Why, just last night I was naked outside your window sober as a lark!
 
2014-06-09 10:34:15 AM
nothing of value was lost

/wild stab in the dark?
 
2014-06-09 10:37:44 AM
Must be rookies. Sounds to me like he was dusted.
 
2014-06-09 11:48:17 AM
TomD9938: FTA : Shortly after he was taken into custody, Best started showing signs of significant medical distress

Multiple baton blows to the head will do that.

>> and don't forget the overuse of the Mobile Electrocution Units.
 
2014-06-09 12:38:08 PM

maram500: CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.

I find this to be bullshiat. If I tape down the trigger on a stun gun and throw it at someone's head, then it has a similar--but not as powerful--effect as a Taser.

I smell a letter to Myth busters: "Homemade Taser, Part II."


Something like a tase crossbow?
 
2014-06-09 01:30:17 PM

CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.


In a Taser the dart mode has a specific frequency tuned to long muscles.  Drive-stun mode has no tuning and is painful but not incapacitating..  Since they actually the direct contact method "drive stun", I don't see a problem.  Treating "Taser" as an unconjugated verb is weird though (tased, tase, etc)
 
2014-06-09 01:41:06 PM

tbeatty: CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.

In a Taser the dart mode has a specific frequency tuned to long muscles.  Drive-stun mode has no tuning and is painful but not incapacitating..  Since they actually the direct contact method "drive stun", I don't see a problem.  Treating "Taser" as an unconjugated verb is weird though (tased, tase, etc)


Yeah, I wasn't even going to mention the tuning.  I know they are two different animals though.  My pet peave is when someone tells me that they have a Taser and I'm all like "Cool, is it the little one or an X-26?"  Then they pull out the stun gun that they got for $20 at the flea market.
 
2014-06-09 04:19:20 PM

Sim Tree: maram500: CJHardin: Am I the only one that gets irritated when people confuse Tasers with stun guns? A stun gun is the one you HAVE to press to the target's body, and I don't think cops carry those any longer. A Taser (notice that capital T as it is the name of a specific product line) fires 2 electrodes from a distance. You can use a Taser to press directly onto a target and shock but that is where the similarity between Tasers and stun guns end.

I find this to be bullshiat. If I tape down the trigger on a stun gun and throw it at someone's head, then it has a similar--but not as powerful--effect as a Taser.

I smell a letter to Myth busters: "Homemade Taser, Part II."

Something like a tase crossbow?


I like the cut of your jib, mate.
 
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