Monthly Archives: January 2012

Robbing the pizza guy

You know, there’s a hierarchy of criminal behavior. At the bottom are the sex crimes. Child molesting, rape, that sort of thing. Right above that is murder. Some would argue that those positions should be reversed, but I would still rather be thought a murderer than a rapist or child molester.
Somewhere near the bottom are people like this guy.
Robbing the pizza guy is pretty awful behavior. Some guy, out to make a few bucks delivering tasty happiness in a box should not have to worry that a couple of douche bags will try to stick him up for his tip money and a pizza. I would advocate for the death penalty for pizza delivery person robbers. Targeting the people who bring my dinner means fewer people will do the job, leading to higher costs and longer wait times. Robbing the pizza guy isn’t just robbing the pizza guy. It’s robbing all of us.
And here’s proof that he’s a serial lowlife.
I suggest that he be locked up for a very long time with no pizza. Or only pizza with anchovies, whichever he likes least.


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What’s with driving off the road to hurt a passenger?

Here’s a crime I don’t get. Let’s say you’ve got a passenger that pisses you off. Why would you drive off the road to hurt that passenger? Wouldn’t you get hurt at the same time?
He’s facing a whole slew of charges over this stupid idea.
But it doesn’t look like he’s the sort of person who stops to think about the consequences of his actions.
Criminals are stupid. They don’t care about the harm they cause others. This clown doesn’t even stop to think about the harm he causes himself.


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Meanwhile in Rebecca Peters Paradise: I’m Not Talking edition

I don’t know about you, but if someone shot me in the back, I would tell the cops everything I knew about my attacker.

Compel witnesses to assist? Are they going to break out the rubber hoses? It’s nice to see that it isn’t just America that is destroying civil liberties in their rush to lose the war on drugs.

So, where did the criminals get a gun to shoot the victim? Aren’t they supposed to spend hours begging the cops for permission and then have to wait a long time for the paperwork to clear? Don’t they have to establish that they are shooting club members? Or is that just the procedure for the law abiding citizens? The criminals can just smuggle the guns in with the drugs.


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Does anyone know if this meets the legal definition of extortion?

The leader of the latest sacrificial lamb gun ban organization seems to be trying to extort money from Starbucks.
 
 
Is there a lawyer in the house? Does demanding $10 million a year constitute a shakedown? Or can they claim that because Jesse Jackson does it that it’s legal?
 
Of course, there is always the defense that their threatened boycott is such a laughable idea that it doesn’t constitute a real threat to the company. What with the fact that they had to remove their Facebook “number attending” widget because the actual number was embarrassingly low.
 
Plus, they can’t be bothered to spell “latte” correctly on their website.
 
Honestly, who’s going to take a boycott seriously from a group that can’t correctly spell the name of the product that everyone’s supposed to boycott?
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A sweet and innocent old man?

The Asheville Citizen Times is reporting that a 73 year old man has been arrested on drug charges.

This seems odd. Usually at 73, they should be sitting on the porch in a rocking chair entertaining the grandkids with stories about “the old days.”
I bet that old man has some stories to tell. Probably not the ones you want to hear from Grandpa though.


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Meanwhile in Rebecca Peters Paradise: Nine Guns edition

Embarrassed and stung by the rash of shootings in mostly gun free Sydney, the police have arrested two and seized their contraband.

So please explain to me what good gun control in Australia is if random drug dealers have more guns than they can use?


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Orange County Sheriff gets his men (*Video*)

Two criminals are now in custody for the cowardly murder of two men in a robbery of a thrift store in Orange County.
For those from out of state, Chapel Hill, home of UNC-Chapel Hill, is in Orange County, NC.


Watching the video you can see the anger and frustration of one of the victim’s brother. That victim was a retired Deputy Sheriff, one with a great deal of integrity. After his son admitted to killing another person, he bagged up the evidence and marched his son off to the police department to turn him in.
And his reward is that he was murdered for less than $200 in a thrift store by two known criminals on active probation.
Like the Deputy’s brother said, no amount of justice can make up for this.
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Meanwhile in Sarah Brady Paradise: They Finally Caught Him edition

It’s taken them since October of 2008 to catch their suspect, but they’ve finally got him.
So how’s that gun control working out for you guys? Not so well?


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More on the dead felon in the hotel (*Video*)

Well it didn’t take long for the Raleigh Police to track down the suspects for murdering the felon who was shot dead in a hotel on Wednesday.
It looks drug related, given the backgrounds of the people involved.


The video, above, says that suspect #1, the only one of the four without a criminal conviction in the DOC database was due for court yesterday for drug charges.
But don’t worry. The gun grabbers will light a candle for the felon victim. They don’t care whose blood they dance in.
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Meanwhile in Sarah Brady Paradise: Prison Break edition

It sounds like the plot to a bad heist movie, but it really happened in Suffolk, England.
Are you freaking kidding me? In officially handgun free (Formerly Great) Britain, where did someone get a pistol to point at the cops? Isn’t banning handguns supposed to stop gun crime? Or were they just planning on taking the guns away from the law abiding and leaving it at that?


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