I know I got a few wild ass flat tire stories...
But this the IC, where simple stories become AMAZING lol
I'll start with this one..
Driving from TX to DC...its like 2am I'm in the middle of Tennessee tryna make it to Knoxville when all of a sudden BAM... tire blew out. On the side of the road with straight darkness for bout 2 hours waitin on tow truck, this nigga show up and I aint got the lock key for my rims smh so he towed me to this hole in the wall ass motel with a mexican restaraunt, a gun store and a tire shop next to it, but the shit was closed..got a room at the motel, shit was fuckin disgustin end up sleepin in my car. Next morning tire shop break the lock on rims, but rim is bent, so I ride the donut (full size tho, lol) bout 60 miles to Nashville to some hood tire spot across the street from some BIG ASS PROJECTS nigga staightened my rim with a sledge hammer and sold me a tire...
Get outta there, and made it to Bristol Tenn/Va tire flat again...
Get another hotel, tow truck came in the morning put on the donut drove from Bristol to DC what shoulda been 6hrs took like 10!! smmfh
With 10 kids and two more on the way, Antonio Cromartie likely isn't thinking retirement in the near future.
According to the New York Post, the Jets cornerback pays an estimated $336,000 a year — $3,500 each month per child — in child support for eight children with seven women.
Cromartie, 31, additionally has two children with his wife since 2010, Terricka Cason. Despite getting a vasectomy in 2011, as he revealed in the 2013 book "Collision Low Crossers" by saying, "I got snipped," it was revealed last Wednesday that the couple is expecting twins later this year.
"I didn’t even tell Antonio right away because I didn’t think it was possible," Cason said. "I was going back and forth in my head how it could even happen. In my head we were good to go, we were having free sex! I just really thought that his procedure was the best protection you could have at this point."
Cromartie, 31, signed a four-year, $32 million contract in March last year and was guaranteed a salary of $7 million in 2015. The All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowl selection loses just a small chunk of his salary, though the Jets hold the power to cut him at any time.
Well the last thread was deleted along with the rest of my content but the show must go on.
I'm proud of what the last thread became and how many posters got involved, you guys helped not only keep me motivated but keep other posters motivated as well so pat yourselves on the back for that.
Let's keep it up in 2015, what are some of your goals?
I've got a lot of demons, and I found out my insurance will cover part of therapy / psychiatry. I have a lot of demons fighting me on substance issues and other stuff and really wanna find some way to use my insurance to pay for a portion of the help I seek.
But I also know a lot of therapy is a crock of shit.
What's your guys' take on this stuff? Does it work? Am i better off going to a less educated counselour for similar services? Could I just improve myself as well w mee mediation?
We got family in Florida. Some in Miami, some in Orlando. One cousin in Orlando has little girls and the nigga still sittin in his crib talmbout riding out the storm. The cousin in Miami with kids married a cat that has a daughter from a previous marriage. The cousin in Miami packed up her kids and bailed to Atlanta, leaving her new husband behind. The mother of his child is staying put in Miami, so he's staying. We told him to go sock that bitch in the mouth, grab your kid and bail. Ain't no way in hell a judge is gonna convict him of domestic abuse or kidnapping under the circumstances. My 19 year old has a friend in Ft Lauderdale that's absolutely terrified. Her pops won't let anyone leave so it's her and her 4 siblings plus mom and dad in their old ass crib that ain't built to survive a storm of this magnitude.
After the storm has passed... and Hurricane Jose has passed... And maybe Katia... Every one of them needs to be brought up on child endangerment charges and have those kids taken from them. Every single person that has kids that didn't evacuate out of the area or at least to a shelter needs to face prison time. Them kids don't deserve to go through that shit just 'cause you're a fuckin idiot. If you're that much of a retard that you would intentionally put your child in harm's way you simply don't deserve to have those kids 'cause clearly you have some sort of mental defect that prevents you from making decisions in the best interest of your children.
Chicks with dogs are way worse!
Think about it. It's easy to accept a woman putting her child first, it's her kid. But when you see a chick and on her dating profile she explicitly states in her bio that her dog will be "more important than you'll ever be."... that's fucked up.
Chicks with kids at least even want a break from their kids or give them to the other parent from time to time. Chicks with dogs NEVER want a break from their dog and expect you to be cool with a dog sniffing around the same places you're sniffing around in the bedroom if ya feel me.
They call themselves "dog moms" and act like it's their actual child. No bitch, you did not get piped down by a K9 and produce a puppy offspring.
Honestly white people and their pets are fucking.... insane.
Btw trying date a single moms still sucks
Im just going to put all the facts i find on the internet into one thread, kinda like chitlin and his news thread.
I just got these off the internet, i dont know if they are true or not. Google it if your so curious.
Ill post infographics and cool educational type gifs in here as well.
Feel free to post some too if you come across any.
Welcome to Donald Trump’s America. Say what you want, but when the U.S. president defends avowed white supremacists, one can’t be surprised when bullying takes on a decidedly racist tone as it did with an 8-year-old biracial boy who was hung from a tree in the year 2017. The climate has been set.
Yes, there are nooses hanging all over America, and some little cretins decided to use one, unfortunately.
NH1.com reports that a Claremont, N.H., boy had to be flown to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center after one or more teens decided to hang him from a tree with a rope.
The boy’s mother, Cassandra Merlin, posted the horrific photo of her baby’s neck on Facebook, and even then gave those responsible the benefit of the doubt.
The caption reads in part: “So my son is being flown to Dartmouth after a 14 year old kid decided to hang him from a tree. I don’t care if this was a so called accident or not. My son almost died because of some little sh** teenage kids.”
The town of Claremeont, N.H., has 13,000 residents, and is 96 percent white, 0.6 percent African-American, and 1.8 percent biracial, according to the 2010 Census.
The boy’s uncle, Lyrik Martin, who also posted photos of his injuries on social media, wrote in a post that he wasn’t sure the attack was racially motivated, but the boy’s grandmother went on record saying the teens taunted the boy for being half black.
Lorrie Slattery told the Valley News that the incident was in fact racially motivated and “intentional.”
Slattery said she was able to recount what happened from her grandson’s 11-year-old sister and other children present (there were no adults), and that her grandson and some teens were playing in a yard on Aug. 28 when the teens started calling the little boy “racial epithets” and throwing sticks and rocks at his legs.
Some or all of the teens allegedly stepped up on a picnic table and grabbed a nearby rope that had been part of a tire swing, Slattery said.
“The (teenagers) said, ‘Look at this,’ supposedly putting the rope around their necks,” Slattery said. “One boy said to (her grandson), ‘Let’s do this,’ and then pushed him off the picnic table and hung him.”
The boy swung back and forth by his neck three times before he was able to remove the rope from his neck; Slattery said none of the teens came to his aid.
As late as Friday, Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase would not comment on the specifics of the case, only saying that they were still investigating and that those involved are juveniles, prohibiting him specifically making any comment.
Chase also said that the kids being investigated (who knows if they’re charged) should be “protected.”
“Mistakes they make as a young child should not have to follow them for the rest of their life,” Chase said.*
*Notice how he called these predators “young children,” infantilizing the white teens. Conversely, teens like Trayvon Martin are made out to be hulking, menacing adults.
Chief Chase seems to be centering the perpetrators feelings and futures, all but forgetting about the trauma of a little boy who had his so-called friends hang him from a tree to the point where he had to be medevaced to a hospital.
Activists, who only got wind of the case only through the boy’s mother’s social media post, are demanding more information, reports Valley News.
“I am upset and saddened and angered about how the police and city officials have chosen to play this,” said Kendra Colburn, of the Upper Valley chapter of Showing Up for Racial Justice. “(They) all seem like they do not want media attention on this story, and I am concerned about that. I am really concerned that we can’t change what we don’t know about or refuse to look at.”
Chief Chase confirmed that no other information would be released about the case, including if it was racially motivated.
Post any interesting places that you've been, going or have an interest in visiting.
Ask any travel related question and hopefully someone who has been will answer with useful tips, etc.
The IC been a lil slow lately
Are people actually posting on the beta site now?
Or did some hop over to another forum?
So some bitch posted this on twitter n it made me think how 75% of broads say things like "i cant cook" "can u build a house" bullshit
Which one of these two sense do you feel contribute more to the quality of your life in terms of everything and what you value?
And can you explain why it is that you rank one higher than the other?
Today marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack on Washington, D.C., and New York City. To mark the solemn occasion, Fox & Friends invited Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who was serving as a Navy SEAL instructor on 9/11, to talk about his visit to Shanksville, Pennyslvania—the site where Flight 93 crashed on that horrific day.
After Zinke offered a moment of reflection, host Brian Kilmeade pivoted to the real question we should be asking ourselves today: In 100 years, will people be removing the memorials marking this tragic terror attack? Because Confederate statues erected 50 or 100 years after the Civil War ended in order to memorialize and celebrate the men who divided the country, engaged in treason against the Union, and fought to enslave an entire group of people is totally the same thing as a memorial remembering the thousands of Americans who died in a terror attack.
Watch Brian Kilmeade seamlessly and shameless pivot to the Confederate statue discussion. Frankly, it’s a bit of a miracle that Hillary Clinton’s emails and Colin Kaepernick’s civil rights stand didn’t somehow wind up in this discussion.
Thanks to Media Matters for the transcript and the video, which you can watch below:
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Do you worry 100 years from now someone is going to try to take that memorial down like they are trying to remake our memorials today?
ZINKE: Well, I'm one that believes that we should learn from history. And I think our monuments are a part of our country's history. We can learn from it. Since we don't put up statues of Jesus, everyone is going to fall morally short. And I think reflecting on our history both good and bad is a powerful statement and part of our D.N.A. I'm an advocate of, again, learning from our monuments. Understanding the period they were made, but also we live in a great country and monuments are not Republican, Democrat, independent. Monuments are a tribute to all of us.
He rather get hit by a train than stay another minute with her big ass lol
I told this story before but
I went on a movie date with this bitch months back...bitch is like 10 mins late...we get in theatre n this stupid bitch picks the row where my legs are gona be up in my nuts for 2 hours...
She sees some cac eatn a snickers bar n says ow man i really want a ice cream snickers right now
Shhh bitch movie bout to start...after we in the parking lot im tryna go over n she says her room is a mess (who cares) never saw the bitch again
At least i creampied her a few times before
Here is the footage:
Here is the article:
In self-defense case at Miccosukee casino, slain ex-Army Ranger was the aggressor, evidence shows
On Christmas night, Miccosukee police arrested and blamed two poker players for the death of Fernando Duarte, an ex-Army Ranger shot to death after a confrontation in the parking lot of the Miccosukee’s West Miami-Dade casino.
But prosecutors on Wednesday announced they would not file murder charges against Kenin Bailey and Mikey Lenard, and the state’s review of witness accounts, medical evidence and surveillance video made one thing very clear:
Duarte, a burly man with a thick bushy beard, might have been unarmed but was the clear aggressor that night — and was also extremely drunk and likely high on cocaine.
He and a friend repeatedly cursed at the two black men at the poker table, calling them “n***ers,” so alarming the dealer that security escorted Duarte and his pal from the game room.
During a chance encounter in the parking lot, Duarte got out his car and “engaged” Bailey and Lenard in the parking lot, according to a newly released prosecutor’s report. Then as Bailey and Lenard tried to drive away, Duarte twice maneuvered his car to block theirs from leaving
“I am going to f**k you up and kill you,” Duarte snarled after the first stop, getting out of his car and making a hand gesture like a gun, Lenard later recalled.
Moments later, Duarte again blocked Lenard’s car from leaving the resort parking lot. But this time, Duarte got out and “charged” toward their reversing car, getting so close that Bailey opened fire, shooting 13 times and hitting the man with two fatal shots.
Between Duarte’s threats, hand gestures and the possibility that he might have been reaching for a weapon, Bailey was justified in using deadly force, prosecutors concluded.
“Bailey could have reasonably believed that he and Lenard’s life was in danger and that a firearm may be used against them,” prosecutor Gail Levine wrote in her final report on the case.
The report also noted that Duarte’s blood alcohol level was .196, more than double the legal limit.
“I think it was pretty evident that the use of force in this case was justifiable,” said Peter Heller, the defense attorney for Bailey, whose relatives and supporters cheered in court Wednesday when the case was dropped.
Unknown to anyone that night, Duarte was also under federal investigation on suspicions of dealing drugs, according to a law-enforcement source.