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  1. Thomas Keesee was arrested in 2001 for marijuana possession and stalking: If Mr. Keesee would like to see this information removed from TR, he is welcome to make a 2 million dollar donation to TR, at which point I would consider deleting this post.
  2. Here's the latest response from Sahir Sarid on his website https://saharsarid.com/: May 15th, 2018: Statement Regarding Mugshots.com: My involvement with Mugshots.com and related entities ended in December 2013. Prior to that, my limited role with these ventures was always as an unpaid consultant. I never got paid nor wanted to be paid by anyone. I was not an owner or an officer of any business related to Mugshots.com. Mugshots.com makes public arrest records easier to find. I support these ideas and ideals. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This fine upstanding individual's website also shows the he likes, amongst other things, the Shakuhachi (Japanese Bamboo Flute) and fresh juices. If Mr. Sarid does not like seeing this information on TR, he is welcome to make a 1 million dollar donation to TR, at which point I will consider deleting this post.
  3. Guns Used in Mass Murder in Texas High School

    In all seriousness, the only other thing that I can think of that has become more prevalent along the same timeline as school mass shootings is "political correctness". Think about it. I don't know how exactly, but I can't help but think that the two are related.
  4. That would make him a true genius. I would be impressed.
  5. Guns Used in Mass Murder in Texas High School

    Everyone seems to be missing the obvious. With all these shootings, what percentages of hits are we talking about? At most like 5% out of the total target space. These people's aim must really suck. Total hack amateurs, and completely irresponsible gun ownership. With all of those available targets, this is the best they can do? I agree. Take the guns away from them. They don't deserve them.
  6. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/four-men-linked-mugshots-com-165800995.html Four men allegedly behind the website Mugshots.com have been arrested and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced charges of extortion, money laundering and identity theft. The website mines information from police department websites, pulling names, mugshots and charges of those who have been arrested, and then publishes them online. To get the content taken down, individuals have to pay a "de-publishing" fee -- a practice that has been illegal in California since 2015. Becerra's office says that over the course of three years, the site collected more than $64,000 from California residents and over $2.4 million nationwide. "This pay-for-removal scheme attempts to profit off of someone else's humiliation," Becerra said in a statement. "Those who can't afford to pay into this scheme to have their information removed pay the price when they look for a job, housing or try to build relationships with others. This is exploitation, plain and simple." In some cases, the website published booking photos for people whose cases were overturned or were never even charged with a crime. Two of the men -- Sahar Sarid and Thomas Keesee -- were arrested in Florida while Kishore Vidya Bhavnanie was arraigned in a Pennsylvania court earlier this week. The fourth individual, David Usdan, was suspected to be in Connecticut and a spokesperson for Becerra's office told Ars Technica that he was in custody as well. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hmmmm.... Sarid, Keesee, Bhavnanie, and Usdan. Swedish. by any chance?
  7. Seriously, WTF is the NFL thinking??!!! The Browns are the worst run organization in the NFL. Why the fuck would anyone want to watch this?
  8. Don't be so disappointed yet. Although only one has died, there are others that are critically injured and more might end up dying, so there is hope.
  9. https://www.yahoo.com/gma/school-bus-collides-dump-truck-jersey-injuries-reported-150103465--abc-news-topstories.html At least two people were killed when a school bus full of fifth-graders collided with a dump truck and slammed off a New Jersey highway this morning, two law enforcement officials told ABC News. The students -- fifth-graders at East Brook Middle School in Paramus, New Jersey -- were on the way to a field trip with teachers and chaperones at the time of the collision, said Holly Tedesco, Paramus Council president and police commissioner. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I especially like the part where the teachers and chaperones also got a chance to participate.
  10. Poll - Will Vrabel succeed as HC?

    Pictures please (preferably nude so the clothes don't get in the way of our assessment - we want to be as fair as possible).
  11. This thread is for the appreciation and discussion of one of the greatest movies of all time, "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls". Directed by the legendary Russ Meyer and written by none other than Roger Ebert, this movie is shot beautifully, with hilarious dialogue, satire, and an amazingly kick-ass soundtrack. If you've seen this movie, I hope you appreciate it as much as I do. And if you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend it (if on TV, then I also highly recommend letterbox/widescreen to get the full screen visuals). Here are some of the music scenes:
  12. It’s A Great Day - US Opens Embassy In Jerusalem

    I sincerely hope this doesn't piss off the Muslims. That would be terrible.
  13. https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/california-teen-phished-teachers-change-183600832.html A student at Ygnacio Valley High School in California used a phishing scam to access the school district's computer system and change a number of students' grades. He was arrested last week on 14 felony counts. The student, David Rotaro, created a fake website that looked identical to the school's and then sent emails to teachers in an attempt to get them to sign into his fake site. At least one did, which allowed Rotaro to collect their login and password info. He then reportedly used that information to get into the Mount Diablo Unified School District IT network where he then changed other students' grades -- he even lowered some.