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2022-01-22 7:54:18 PM  
If they have a smoking fee, I'm fairly certain they have a shooting fee.
 
2022-01-22 8:59:09 PM  
"The man reportedly stormed out of the motel around 10 a.m., pulled out an assault-style rifle, and began firing at the building
The male suspect was with a female companion. Both got into a black pickup truck pulling a trailer and drove off, according to Rexburg police."

'MUURRRRRICA, F*CK YEAH!
 
2022-01-22 9:05:31 PM  

Bslim: "The man reportedly stormed out of the motel around 10 a.m., pulled out an assault-style rifle, and began firing at the building
The male suspect was with a female companion. Both got into a black pickup truck pulling a trailer and drove off, according to Rexburg police."

'MUURRRRRICA, F*CK YEAH!


Forget it Jake, it's Idaho.
 
2022-01-22 9:09:50 PM  
Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.
 
2022-01-22 9:17:13 PM  

Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.


How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.
 
2022-01-22 9:23:46 PM  

aleister_greynight: How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?


Because the tar in the smoke coats your olfactory sensory cells and the nicotine kills those same cells. So there's literally a physical barrier preventing you from smelling properly and if you smoke long enough, physical damage preventing you from smelling properly.
 
2022-01-22 9:54:14 PM  
Preliminary details indicate the suspect was a Black man driving with a Black woman. They were inside a black pickup truck pulling a black flatbed trailer, according to Hagen.

They are very detail-oriented when it comes to identifying patterns of criminal activity in Idaho.
 
2022-01-22 9:57:31 PM  

aleister_greynight: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.


Constant exposure causes the brain to just stop noticing the smell. It's how people can stand to work in dairys, or meat rendering plants, or Congress.
 
2022-01-22 10:29:22 PM  
The suspect, who the police have not publicly identified,

Why not?
 
2022-01-22 10:45:07 PM  

Lsherm: aleister_greynight: How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?

Because the tar in the smoke coats your olfactory sensory cells and the nicotine kills those same cells. So there's literally a physical barrier preventing you from smelling properly and if you smoke long enough, physical damage preventing you from smelling properly.


Christ as a teenager I realized pretty quickly how long smoke lingered while trying to hide it from my parents.  I'm guessing the ex's parents smoked as well?

/smoker
//outdoors only, I hate the smell of a room or house that's had smoking in it
///except during the -40c winter nights, then the wife and I make an exception of or a well ventilated bathroom
////it still lingers in that room for farking days when we do
 
2022-01-22 10:46:08 PM  

BumpInTheNight: I'm guessing the ex's parents smoked as well?


Fantastic guess!
 
2022-01-22 11:43:59 PM  

Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.


I kinda want to ask you for her number.  I haven't stirred crazy soup for a decade now.
/recovering addict.
 
2022-01-22 11:48:17 PM  

Richard Freckle: I kinda want to ask you for her number.  I haven't stirred crazy soup for a decade now.
/recovering addict.


Do you have $650,000? That's what it's going to cost you when you eat marry the soup.

/didn't have $650,000
//still paying off the debt
 
2022-01-23 12:25:01 AM  

aleister_greynight: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.


The same with pot smokers.  It is extremely noticeable, especially to people with allergies.
 
2022-01-23 12:30:33 AM  

revrendjim: Bslim: "The man reportedly stormed out of the motel around 10 a.m., pulled out an assault-style rifle, and began firing at the building
The male suspect was with a female companion. Both got into a black pickup truck pulling a trailer and drove off, according to Rexburg police."

'MUURRRRRICA, F*CK YEAH!

Forget it Jake, it's Idaho.


Such a Potato state.
 
2022-01-23 12:33:38 AM  
Lsherm:

Decades ago, my "ex-wife"and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort.

Right?
 
2022-01-23 12:37:51 AM  

Richard Freckle: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

I kinda want to ask you for her number.  I haven't stirred crazy soup for a decade now.
/recovering addict.


867-5309. Ask for Jenny.
 
2022-01-23 12:40:56 AM  
I don't know who Mr. blue jacket is but if shiat ever goes sideways I want him on my side:

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2022-01-23 12:42:23 AM  
Smoking meth in a Motel 6 is just fine though.

It may well be a requirement.
 
2022-01-23 12:43:16 AM  
That motel should'a armed itself so it could return fire.
 
2022-01-23 12:44:35 AM  
Yeesh....way to go, dummy.

In Vegas, I have occasionally requested a smoking room so I could enjoy a cigar.  My best moments happened in rooms that had large bathtubs....puff away while enjoying a bubble bath with some whiskey.  Good times.
 
2022-01-23 12:47:05 AM  

C18H27NO3: I don't know who Mr. blue jacket is but if shiat ever goes sideways I want him on my side:

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"Goddamn, boy, you're about as big as a mountain."
 
2022-01-23 12:47:44 AM  
An armed society is a polite society, and we are all safer for having people like him around and protecting us from tyranny
 
2022-01-23 12:50:37 AM  

North_Central_Positronics: Preliminary details indicate the suspect was a Black man driving with a Black woman. They were inside a black pickup truck pulling a black flatbed trailer, according to Hagen.

They are very detail-oriented when it comes to identifying patterns of criminal activity in Idaho.


I was about to say how much more black could that paragraph be and then realised they could have added the detail of  a black gun.
 
2022-01-23 12:51:05 AM  

jaivirtualcard: Lsherm:

Decades ago, my "ex-wife"and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort.

Right?


We were residents of Hong Kong, Thailand was a holiday spot.
 
2022-01-23 1:00:04 AM  
Good thing that no one was hurt. And an even better thing that the guy was such a f*cking moron. I mean, seriously, the hotel had his name and contact information! If people are going to be criminals I prefer it when they are stupid and make it so easy for them to get caught.
 
Xai
2022-01-23 1:00:28 AM  
The responsible gun owners are coming thick and fast.
 
2022-01-23 1:01:23 AM  

Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.


Yeah but did you at least get a happy ending?
 
2022-01-23 1:01:29 AM  

North_Central_Positronics: Preliminary details indicate the suspect was a Black man driving with a Black woman. They were inside a black pickup truck pulling a black flatbed trailer, according to Hagen.

They are very detail-oriented when it comes to identifying patterns of criminal activity in Idaho.


Well, it does help narrow it down to the 12 black people who actually live in the State.
 
2022-01-23 1:02:14 AM  
But he was very polite about it, so technically that bumper sticker slogan is still accurate.
 
2022-01-23 1:02:43 AM  

Xai: The responsible gun owners are coming thick and fast.


I called him a dummy.  What else do you want?
 
2022-01-23 1:13:35 AM  
Anyone with information is urged to call Rexburg Police

How difficult would it be to find this in the snow?

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2022-01-23 1:14:57 AM  

aleister_greynight: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.


It's bullshiat - we can smell it - some just like to play the "It's fine!" game 'cause they want to smoke inside and they're hoping you'll be all polite over sanity and agree with them.  'Cause they're selfish, and dumb.  (We're all dumb, we smoke, but we're not all selfish pricks about it.)  Only time I smoke inside a structure is if people already smoke in it regularly so it's a lost cause, and that still requires the agreement of all that are within breathing range or I won't.  Otherwise it's outside
 
2022-01-23 1:15:53 AM  
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What in the hell are you doin'?!
 
2022-01-23 1:18:46 AM  

Richard Freckle: I kinda want to ask you for her number.  I haven't stirred crazy soup for a decade now.
/recovering addict.


If eyes are windows to the soul, then crazy eyes are like a greenhouse.  I've made peace with what nature decided I should find attractive.
 
2022-01-23 1:20:14 AM  
Wait until he sees the resort fee on his bill.
 
2022-01-23 1:22:40 AM  

edmo: The suspect, who the police have not publicly identified,

Why not?


Cop
 
2022-01-23 1:27:43 AM  

jaivirtualcard: Lsherm:

Decades ago, my "ex-wife"and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort.

Right?


Who the Heck brings a sandwich to a buffet?

Words of wisdom once spoke to me by a cabbie in Acapulco
 
2022-01-23 1:30:27 AM  

sex_and_drugs_for_ian: Smoking meth in a Motel 6 is just fine though.

It may well be a requirement.


Part of the contract you sign when checking in.
 
2022-01-23 1:31:27 AM  

C18H27NO3: I don't know who Mr. blue jacket is but if shiat ever goes sideways I want him on my side:

[Fark user image image 318x505]


Yeah, he'd make a great shield.
 
2022-01-23 1:32:29 AM  

Archie Goodwin: North_Central_Positronics: Preliminary details indicate the suspect was a Black man driving with a Black woman. They were inside a black pickup truck pulling a black flatbed trailer, according to Hagen.

They are very detail-oriented when it comes to identifying patterns of criminal activity in Idaho.

I was about to say how much more black could that paragraph be and then realised they could have added the detail of  a black gun.


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2022-01-23 1:32:48 AM  

leeksfromchichis: [encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 250x183]

What in the hell are you doin'?!


IMHO...the best scene in the movie:

Ghostbusters: Venkman gets Slimed
Youtube j2nYqyfDMnQ
 
2022-01-23 1:39:16 AM  

C18H27NO3: I don't know who Mr. blue jacket is but if shiat ever goes sideways I want him on my side:

[Fark user image image 318x505]


That's Officer Windblock.

/Do not go into the bathroom after him
 
2022-01-23 1:42:34 AM  

maxandgrinch: C18H27NO3: I don't know who Mr. blue jacket is but if shiat ever goes sideways I want him on my side:

[Fark user image image 318x505]

That's Officer Windblock.

/Do not go into the bathroom after him


The magic marker of the thin blue line.
 
2022-01-23 1:42:56 AM  

Lsherm: aleister_greynight: How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?

Because the tar in the smoke coats your olfactory sensory cells and the nicotine kills those same cells. So there's literally a physical barrier preventing you from smelling properly and if you smoke long enough, physical damage preventing you from smelling properly.


My wife has been smoking a tobacco pipe for over 50 years.  She can't smell or taste shiat ;)
 
2022-01-23 1:45:38 AM  
"...and we'll leave the lighter on for you."
 
2022-01-23 2:28:50 AM  

aleister_greynight: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.


My 3x bought a condo after we split up. The previous owner was a heavy smoker. It took a week of special painting and cleaning to get rid of the smell, but he bought it cheaply because no one else wanted the smelly place.

I, too, am an ex smoker. I smoked for a dozen years. I finally quit using hypnosis: one session, about 90 minutes, $165. In an interview before starting, he asked what was the most disgusting thing I could think of? I told him the forward head (toilets) of the Navy ship I was stationed in. During the hypnosis session, which I remember, he gave me the post-hypnotic command that every time I got within arms length of an ashtray, I would smell that head. That was in 1987; it still works!

I was in Guam in 1975. During a snack run at a local store, I mistakenly received two packs of Kools in my bag. I couldn't find anyone who wanted them. I'd never smoked (I was 19), so I tried them. I was hooked tout-suite! By the end of the month I was at a pack/day. Stupidist thing I ever did.

It from the beginning I had rules I imposed on myself: no smoking in bed, in my quarters or home, in my car, etc... When Ex ,& I broke up, I stank but our home & cars didn't, as much as I could keep them from it. I saw the discoloration of my hands & smelled my clothes. I hated it but could not stop. I've read menthol cigarettes are the hardest to quit. Sigh.

My favorite cigs are 555 State Express. Every now & then I wouldn't mind I e but I know if I have one, it'll be a week before I'm back to a pack/day, if not sooner. Pick a drug: cigarettes are worse.

Now I keep menthol cough drops in pockets, a variety of flavors. My favorites are Hack's, a brand I found in Singapore. Great name for a throat lozenge, eh? My "candy bowl" has a mixture of over 2 dz kinds. My justification is I have pets and I'm allergic to pet dander (true), and they help me breathe, along with a nasal spray. I know it's partly BS, but ...
 
2022-01-23 3:15:50 AM  

Lurk Who's Talking: aleister_greynight: Lsherm: Decades ago, my ex-wife and I were in Thailand on holiday and we got absolutely hammered at a resort. They had a strict "no-smoking in the room" rule but my ex was an extremely obnoxious drunk, so when we got back to our room she fired up a smoke after smoke after smoke while emptying the mini-bar. When I protested because they had signs everywhere saying it was a $250 cleaning fee if you smoked in the room, she told me "they'll never notice, the balcony door is open."

We never got to test the smell theory because she passed out in bed with a lit cigarette and set the comforter on fire, which in true Thai fashion for the time was about as flammable as gasoline. Thankfully we had multiple bottles of water and an ice bucket in the room, so I managed to get it out before too much damage was done, but we set off the fire alarm and had to evacuate the room.

If you smoke in a room they charge you a $250 cleaning fee. If you set your room on fire, they charge you a $2500 fee.

/Thanks honey.

How is it that smokers can never smell the stench of their cigarettes, or realize how long the smell lingers?  You have to air out a room for days before it goes away.

My 3x bought a condo after we split up. The previous owner was a heavy smoker. It took a week of special painting and cleaning to get rid of the smell, but he bought it cheaply because no one else wanted the smelly place.

I, too, am an ex smoker. I smoked for a dozen years. I finally quit using hypnosis: one session, about 90 minutes, $165. In an interview before starting, he asked what was the most disgusting thing I could think of? I told him the forward head (toilets) of the Navy ship I was stationed in. During the hypnosis session, which I remember, he gave me the post-hypnotic command that every time I got within arms length of an ashtray, I would smell that head. That was in 1987; it still works!

I was in Guam in 1975. During a snack run at a local store, I mistakenly received two packs of Kools in my bag. I couldn't find anyone who wanted them. I'd never smoked (I was 19), so I tried them. I was hooked tout-suite! By the end of the month I was at a pack/day. Stupidist thing I ever did.

It from the beginning I had rules I imposed on myself: no smoking in bed, in my quarters or home, in my car, etc... When Ex ,& I broke up, I stank but our home & cars didn't, as much as I could keep them from it. I saw the discoloration of my hands & smelled my clothes. I hated it but could not stop. I've read menthol cigarettes are the hardest to quit. Sigh.

My favorite cigs are 555 State Express. Every now & then I wouldn't mind I e but I know if I have one, it'll be a week before I'm back to a pack/day, if not sooner. Pick a drug: cigarettes are worse.

Now I keep menthol cough drops in pockets, a variety of flavors. My favorites are Hack's, a brand I found in Singapore. Great name for a throat lozenge, eh? My "candy bowl" has a mixture of over 2 dz kinds. My justification is I have pets and I'm allergic to pet dander (true), and they help me breathe, along with a nasal spray. I know it's partly BS, but ...


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Xai
2022-01-23 7:08:52 AM  
This is the perfect real world example of how guns can't protect you.

If the guy in his home was armed (he could have been, wouldn't have made a difference) then there was literally nothing he could do to save himself.
If he had shot the landlord, he'd be in jail for murdering a legal gun owner, the landlord was only a criminal after he fired and by that point its far too late.

Guns are only useful for killing people, they can't protect anyone.
That's why just today we've had several stories of responsible gun owners causing deaths. Heck one good guy and 3 trained officers couldn't stop a single bad guy with a gun and even ended up killing an innocent 8 year old.

While I'm not anti gun, I'm anti lies and the biggest lie of all is that guns protect people. If another gun owner wanted to kill you, there's not a damn thing you and your gun could do about it.
 
2022-01-23 7:33:08 AM  
Spend another night at the Motel 6
It's $5 extra get the porno flicks
 
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