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(New York Daily News)   There's "Staten Island," and then there's "strangle your wife and wheel her corpse through the streets Staten Island"   (nydailynews.com) divider line
    More: Scary, difficult case, Lawyer, hard work, defense lawyer Mario Gallucci, jury, DNA, fingerprints, dedication  
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2019-03-12 12:18:02 PM  
He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island
 
2019-03-12 12:55:32 PM  
Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?
 
2019-03-12 01:25:12 PM  
Is this like the "good panhandler, bad panhandler" thread?
 
2019-03-12 01:25:49 PM  
Was that wrong? Should I not have done that?
 
2019-03-12 01:27:40 PM  
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2019-03-12 01:32:29 PM  
Bring out your dead!
 
2019-03-12 01:32:53 PM  

Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island


Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer
 
2019-03-12 01:33:55 PM  
Taking her to the landfill?
 
2019-03-12 01:36:31 PM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?


Wheeled them through Staten Island on a dolly?

No.  No, that's *not* what they did.
 
2019-03-12 01:37:29 PM  
"I just bodied Obie,"

That's the first time I've heard that type of reference and that's some cold blooded shiat right there.
 
2019-03-12 01:37:30 PM  

gbv23: Taking her to the landfill?


Staten Island.  Redundant.
 
2019-03-12 01:41:53 PM  
"This was a very difficult case," said defense lawyer Mario Gallucci. "Trying to get around the DNA and fingerprints was very difficult. However, the jury should be commended for their hard work and dedication."

I.E. "This case sucked. The sloppy MF basically hung himself. He lucky he don't get life in prison. He lucky he had me to confuse - I mean convince the jury and save his ass. Leaving his fingerprints and DNA everywhere. Dumbass."
 
2019-03-12 01:45:11 PM  

gbv23: Taking her to the landfill?


Fresh Kills closed in 2001. Probably was gonna dump her in Newark Bay.
 
2019-03-12 02:05:15 PM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?


Yeah, right.  And how well did that work out?
 
2019-03-12 02:09:32 PM  

Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer


I don't think the single line of the Staten Island Railway counts as "one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country", especially since it only runs down one side of the island.
 
2019-03-12 02:10:53 PM  
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2019-03-12 02:14:42 PM  
On the subway

Geotpf: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

I don't think the single line of the Staten Island Railway counts as "one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country", especially since it only runs down one side of the island.


On the subway map, it looks like a chicken cutlet with a single blue vein.

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2019-03-12 02:17:32 PM  
Growing up, my family would frequently drive from Jersey to Queens to visit my grandmother. The leg through Staten Island always smelled like rotten pineapple.
 
2019-03-12 02:19:18 PM  

Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer


Location in my profile doesn't include the words "born and raised there".

I'm from downstate, have lived just outside the city, worked in the city for over a decade and have family members buried in Baron Hirsch longer than you've been alive.

Go home and watch Working Girl.
 
2019-03-12 02:19:28 PM  
Well, if they had convenient body removal services like in the jolly ol' England.

BRING OUT YOUR DEAD.
BRING OUT YOUR DEAD.
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2019-03-12 02:39:47 PM  
Are we sure she wasn't just pining for the fjords?
 
2019-03-12 02:46:50 PM  

saddestmanonearth: Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?

Yeah, right.  And how well did that work out?


I mean the Greeks sacked Troy so pretty great for them. Not so good for King Priam. What's your point?
 
2019-03-12 02:50:14 PM  

El Mariaski: On the subwayGeotpf: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

I don't think the single line of the Staten Island Railway counts as "one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country", especially since it only runs down one side of the island.

On the subway map, it looks like a chicken cutlet with a single blue vein.

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Theres more to public transportation than just trains...Busses run 24/7
 
2019-03-12 02:54:04 PM  

Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer


Yeah, it's a shame all of that is filled with Staten Islanders...
 
2019-03-12 03:02:12 PM  

Brawndo: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

Location in my profile doesn't include the words "born and raised there".

I'm from downstate, have lived just outside the city, worked in the city for over a decade and have family members buried in Baron Hirsch longer than you've been alive.

Go home and watch Working Girl.


Ok then tell me the place you grew up so I can come up with a completely biased and uneducated opinion of it.  Guess I'm sick of seeing these generalizations of a place I know and grew up in.  In the past 30 years I've moved all over the tri state area and everywhere falls short in comparison.
 
2019-03-12 03:17:07 PM  

Brawndo: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

Location in my profile doesn't include the words "born and raised there".

I'm from downstate, have lived just outside the city, worked in the city for over a decade and have family members buried in Baron Hirsch longer than you've been alive.

Go home and watch Working Girl.


Those 40' objects you may encounter sometimes are called 'buses' and, yes they are part of public transportation.

But this being the Internet and all you "win".

/ are you ashamed of living in Bayonne perhaps?

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2019-03-12 03:33:32 PM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: saddestmanonearth: Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?

Yeah, right.  And how well did that work out?

I mean the Greeks sacked Troy so pretty great for them. Not so good for King Priam. What's your point?


In Book XXIV, the gods that favored Hector were naturally angered by the insult Achilles did to Hector's body.  However, it also was behavior that appalled gods on the side of the Greeks.  While quarrels between the gods is everywhere, the favor shown Achilles was withheld, making his act of hubris instrumental in the downfall of Troy.
 
2019-03-12 03:47:18 PM  
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2019-03-12 03:53:32 PM  

Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: Isn't that what the Greeks did to enemy heroes that they killed in battle, like what Achilles did to Hector in the Battle of Troy?


I just watched that movie last night, and was really excited to come in here and make a reference, so fark you, I'm posting a picture.

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2019-03-12 04:09:49 PM  

Buckin Fronco: El Mariaski: On the subwayGeotpf: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

I don't think the single line of the Staten Island Railway counts as "one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country", especially since it only runs down one side of the island.

On the subway map, it looks like a chicken cutlet with a single blue vein.

[web.mta.info image 850x1043]

Theres more to public transportation than just trains...Busses run 24/7


Lots of cities have 24/7 bus service (and more rail than one line).
 
2019-03-12 04:14:49 PM  
I love how the state border more than wraps around 3 sides of it to the point that it is basically cut out of NJ.
NJ to Staten Island:
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2019-03-12 04:24:14 PM  

Geotpf: Buckin Fronco: El Mariaski: On the subwayGeotpf: Buckin Fronco: Brawndo: He should be hailed as a hero for saving her from a life lived in Staten Island

Thats so funny because Staten Island is a terrible place, what with the access to some of the best restaurants, education, protected waterfront, parks, historical sites and unique greenspaces found nowhere else in NYC...which is available 24-hrs via one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country. But yeah, I'm sure your little town upstate has just as much to offer

I don't think the single line of the Staten Island Railway counts as "one of the most expansive public transportation systems in the country", especially since it only runs down one side of the island.

On the subway map, it looks like a chicken cutlet with a single blue vein.

[web.mta.info image 850x1043]

Theres more to public transportation than just trains...Busses run 24/7

Lots of cities have 24/7 bus service (and more rail than one line).


Perhaps, but they dont take you to the greatest city in the world in less than 45 minutes.
 
2019-03-12 04:48:09 PM  
I don't know about a corpse, but it reminded me of Jared Leto and Marlan Waylan wheeling a TV thru Staten Island.

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2019-03-12 04:50:17 PM  
Staten Island Strangler has a nice ring to it.
 
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