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(WREG Memphis)   "New footage of West Memphis baby-shower brawl may clear off-duty officer's name"   ( wreg.com) divider line
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2018-04-16 08:06:29 AM  
West Memphis Baby Shower Brawl is the name of my Lisa Marie Presley cover band
 
2018-04-16 08:30:04 AM  
That was horrible.
Do they have people who write these things or do they let a computer transcribe part of their newscast, throw  SUGGEST A CORRECTION at the bottom, and let the reading public take the place of an editor?
 
2018-04-16 08:31:58 AM  
Prose is dead.
 
2018-04-16 08:38:51 AM  
And the cop said "Y'all" in a West Memphis drawl
And it turned into a baby shower brawl.
 
2018-04-16 08:39:47 AM  
Other than the part about an off-duty cop being already on scene, this is a common thing in Flint.  Including the hanging up on the caller part.

Seriously, first assault I witnessed after moving to Flint was a neighbor getting jumped right outside my place by two men.  I didn't have a phone of any sort, so I snuck out, and made sure he made it to his place, where we then called 911, several times.  They told us they weren't coming and hung up each time.  They never showed.  It really hasn't changed.  A couple months ago, I listened to a dispatcher finally called for an officer to respond to a fight with a knife, 4 hours after the call was made.  Dispatcher even told the officer the call was 4 hours old.  I doubt anything was done, who would stick around for 4 hours to get arrested for threatening someone with a knife?
 
2018-04-16 08:39:51 AM  
The story about the pantless fight at a local high school was better...

"My pants is too tight."

/words to live by
 
2018-04-16 09:00:01 AM  

Sailing Starflower: Prose is dead.


This.

The real crime is the writing. Holy shiat.
 
2018-04-16 09:02:00 AM  
What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?
 
2018-04-16 09:02:00 AM  
I live in a world where "baby shower brawls" are a thing.

/whoopee.
 
2018-04-16 09:07:50 AM  
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2018-04-16 09:09:32 AM  
She stalked the women and followed her into her room.  The officer deserves to lose her badge, she should be in jail and should get sued and lose possession of her double wide.
 
2018-04-16 09:14:59 AM  

Oliver Twisted: She stalked the women and followed her into her room.  The officer deserves to lose her badge, she should be in jail and should get sued and lose possession of her double wide.


So...crazy woman tries to disrupt a decorating party for a baby shower, crazy woman gets violent, off-duty police officer steps in and subdues crazy woman and you want off-duty strung up.

Yep, I have spotted the criminal that hates police because their life is unfair and they had what was probably a justifiable run-in with the law and it didn't go their way.
 
2018-04-16 09:27:28 AM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


If you have a large number of people at an event it's easier on everyone if you rent a "ballroom" or "conference room" at a hotel.  More bathrooms, catered food, and very convenient for out of town guests.

Then, of course, there's the "drink your face off and you don't have to drive home" angle in the case where they rent an actual guest room as well but TFA doesn't say anything about the charged staying at the hotel.
 
2018-04-16 09:28:07 AM  
I would have a comment on this story, but I still am chuckling about the phrase "baby shower brawl".
 
2018-04-16 09:44:33 AM  
After reading that page, I still have no idea what happened.
 
2018-04-16 09:54:32 AM  
This is how poor people live.
 
2018-04-16 09:54:56 AM  

Igor Jakovsky: After reading that page, I still have no idea what happened.


Someone was threatened, someone said they would "whoop this pregnant b*tch ass," that's about all we know. Oh, and they were a Clarion hotel guest
 
2018-04-16 10:00:17 AM  

orbister: This is how poor people live.


For some reason, I read that in Stewie Griffin's voice
 
2018-04-16 10:06:27 AM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: That was horrible.
Do they have people who write these things or do they let a computer transcribe part of their newscast, throw  SUGGEST A CORRECTION at the bottom, and let the reading public take the place of an editor?


It was a terribly written article.  How much did you pay to read it?  Would you have paid any money to read a proofed version?

/the enemy is us.
 
2018-04-16 10:28:47 AM  
I see stories like this and wonder why the police don't shoot more people
 
2018-04-16 10:30:29 AM  

steklo: [img.fark.net image 805x546]


That caption could be used for any awful thing you can imagine and many that you can't.
 
2018-04-16 10:49:54 AM  
Conference rooms, catered food, and ballrooms...
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Things not found at West Memphis hotels.

If I'm not mistaken, hotel mentioned in article is kinda fancy. By fancy, i mean closer to the Waffle House than it is to the truck stop.

I-40 Protip: refuel in W. Memphis to avoid stopping in regular Memphis.
 
2018-04-16 11:05:58 AM  
In Sam L Jackson voice...

Crazy motherfarking people need to be put into crazy motherfarking asylums because until all crazy motherfarking people are locked up they will continue to create shootings, drugs, babies, traffic jams, genders, obnoxious rules, tweets, and speakingtou
 
2018-04-16 11:07:09 AM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


Dude, you can shiat in the bed!
 
2018-04-16 11:24:06 AM  

lack of warmth: Other than the part about an off-duty cop being already on scene, this is a common thing in Flint.  Including the hanging up on the caller part.

Seriously, first assault I witnessed after moving to Flint was a neighbor getting jumped right outside my place by two men.  I didn't have a phone of any sort, so I snuck out, and made sure he made it to his place, where we then called 911, several times.  They told us they weren't coming and hung up each time.  They never showed.  It really hasn't changed.  A couple months ago, I listened to a dispatcher finally called for an officer to respond to a fight with a knife, 4 hours after the call was made.  Dispatcher even told the officer the call was 4 hours old.  I doubt anything was done, who would stick around for 4 hours to get arrested for threatening someone with a knife?


What do you want from life?
 
2018-04-16 11:48:25 AM  

GalFriday: Oliver Twisted: She stalked the women and followed her into her room.  The officer deserves to lose her badge, she should be in jail and should get sued and lose possession of her double wide.

So...crazy woman tries to disrupt a decorating party for a baby shower, crazy woman gets violent, off-duty police officer steps in and subdues crazy woman and you want off-duty strung up.

Yep, I have spotted the criminal that hates police because their life is unfair and they had what was probably a justifiable run-in with the law and it didn't go their way.


Where did the crazy women get violent?  When the self-inflated importance of the off-duty cop got her nose where it did not belong.  Once she followed into the room, she was wrong and deserves all the shiat that will land on her.

And nice job with the armchair pop psychology.  You could not have been further from wrong if you tried.
 
2018-04-16 12:04:04 PM  
Been to Memphis a few times for work. I wasn't impressed.

/ and I live in Ohio
 
2018-04-16 12:08:20 PM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


They probably get an employee discount for working at the hotel.  So there is that as a incentive.
 
2018-04-16 12:11:26 PM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


We have one coming up and we've rented a space because our house isn't big enough to support everyone. These days it's pretty normal to invite men and women, which means a lot of kids end up coming and the head count can balloon pretty fast
 
2018-04-16 12:11:52 PM  
Was the baby shower at a chuck e cheese?
 
2018-04-16 12:23:12 PM  

pastramithemosterotic: Igor Jakovsky: After reading that page, I still have no idea what happened.

Someone was threatened, someone said they would "whoop this pregnant b*tch ass," that's about all we know. Oh, and they were a Clarion hotel guest


There is a Clarion in West Memphis??  What happened to standards.
 
2018-04-16 01:01:01 PM  

lack of warmth: Other than the part about an off-duty cop being already on scene, this is a common thing in Flint.  Including the hanging up on the caller part.

Seriously, first assault I witnessed after moving to Flint was a neighbor getting jumped right outside my place by two men.  I didn't have a phone of any sort, so I snuck out, and made sure he made it to his place, where we then called 911, several times.  They told us they weren't coming and hung up each time.  They never showed.  It really hasn't changed.  A couple months ago, I listened to a dispatcher finally called for an officer to respond to a fight with a knife, 4 hours after the call was made.  Dispatcher even told the officer the call was 4 hours old.  I doubt anything was done, who would stick around for 4 hours to get arrested for threatening someone with a knife?


Democrats are great civic leaders.
 
2018-04-16 01:12:37 PM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


We rent out a entire floor of rooms months in advance for New years. It so no one will have to drive home drunk. If you trash the place they will charge you.
 
2018-04-16 02:09:02 PM  

maudibjr: pastramithemosterotic: Igor Jakovsky: After reading that page, I still have no idea what happened.

Someone was threatened, someone said they would "whoop this pregnant b*tch ass," that's about all we know. Oh, and they were a Clarion hotel guest

There is a Clarion in West Memphis??  What happened to standards.


It's in the fancy part of town! It's *across* the interstate from the dog track!
 
2018-04-16 03:05:16 PM  

Nick Nostril: Been to Memphis a few times for work. I wasn't impressed.

/ and I live in Ohio


This is West Memphis.  It's different.

CSB: I stopped at a gas station in West Memphis at 4 a.m. on a road trip.  I was attacked by mosquitoes the size of sparrows.  The parking lot was full of police cars.  A car full of white guys had attacked a car full of black guys, using baseball bats.  The gas station proprietor really enjoyed telling me it, commenting that he'd fired a few shots at the attackers as they drove away.  It was like a scene from a movie i really didn't want to see.
 
2018-04-16 04:47:31 PM  

squidloe: orbister: This is how poor people live.

For some reason, I read that in Stewie Griffin's voice


That works.
 
2018-04-16 05:17:38 PM  

FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?


There was a thread recently about a hotel which cancels the booking of anyone who lives nearby because the assume that it's for a party and the place will be wrecked. From the comments it seemed to be pretty common practice.
 
2018-04-16 06:41:32 PM  

orbister: FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?

There was a thread recently about a hotel which cancels the booking of anyone who lives nearby because the assume that it's for a party and the place will be wrecked. From the comments it seemed to be pretty common practice.


Because people never have company from out of town they need put up?
 
2018-04-16 07:09:40 PM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: orbister: FrancoFile: What's the deal with getting a hotel room for a baby shower or birthday party?  I've seen quite a bit of that recently.

Is that so the 'hosts' don't have to deal with cleaning up before/after the event?

There was a thread recently about a hotel which cancels the booking of anyone who lives nearby because the assume that it's for a party and the place will be wrecked. From the comments it seemed to be pretty common practice.

Because people never have company from out of town they need put up?


Or ever have a reason for a place to stay when the house is inhabitable, as in fire, water damage, power outage.....
 
2018-04-17 04:05:45 AM  
Vlad_the_Inaner: Because people never have company from out of town they need put up?

And company from out of town is incapable of booking because ... ? Anyway, I'm only reporting what was said before.
 
2018-04-17 07:38:57 AM  

orbister: Vlad_the_Inaner: Because people never have company from out of town they need put up?

And company from out of town is incapable of booking because ... ? Anyway, I'm only reporting what was said before.


Not familiar with the area
Extended family (think college students on break) who are not self supporting, or working poor who otherwise would not afford to visit
Guests who overflowed the guest bedrooms/couches, and you wish to provide equal hospitality to all.
 
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