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When The Hunter Becomes The Hunted

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So I heard this story on the local news today.

Two hunters — a 10-year old girl and her father — were injured this morning when the girl’s rifle discharged in a tree stand in Indiana County.

The accident occurred around 9:30 a.m. in a wooded area off Coke Oven Road in Center Township, six or seven miles north of Blairsville, according to an Indiana County 911 spokesman. Authorities have not released the identities of the victims.

The two were in the tree stand when the accident occurred, said Rob Gearhart, Coral-Graceton assistant fire chief.

“The daughter’s gun accidentally discharged and struck the girl in the hand, and the father was struck in the right leg and the right hand,” Gearhart said. “When I got there, a couple of other hunters got the daughter down (from the tree stand), but we still had to extricate the father.”

The broadcast news said that the bullet went THROUGH the father’s leg and hand. According to the news report, the bullet then grazed the girl’s finger. And the big lead-in to this story was that a 10-YEAR-OLD GIRL WAS SHOT HUNTING OMGOMGOMG~!!!!!. (OK, so the news chick didn’t actually say “OMG” when reading from the teleprompter, but wouldn’t it be funny if she did?)

After laughing, I went into the kitchen. I then heard the better half yell out, “Oh for God’s sake! They AIR-LIFTED her to the hospital! For THAT?!” This coming from a woman who can’t sleep at night if one of our cats don’t finish their dinner.

But the fun didn’t stop there. Right after this story there were two more reports about hunting accidents which took place today, the first day of deer season. Wow, this activity really DOES thin out the herd.

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November 30, 2009 at 10:38 pm

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Well Pardon Me

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Hopefully, this shitstain is dead by the time a public defender comes to his side.

A gunman alleged to have shot dead four police officers is still on the run as shell-shocked officials condemned the killings as a “senseless act of violence.”

After laying siege to the home in Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood for 11 hours, police SWAT teams entered the building where convicted felon Maurice Clemmons was believed to be holed up…

Hello, what’s this? Willie Horton v. 2.0

…Clemmons served only part of a 35-year prison sentence in Arkansas before it was commuted in 2000 by then governor Mike Hickabee, who sought the Republican presidential nomination in 2008.

After his release Clemmons committed two armed robberies and a string of other crimes which earned him another 10 year sentence. He was later paroled and moved to Washington state.

Hickabee said in a statement Sunday that if Clemmons was responsible for the shootings “it will be the result of a series of failures in the criminal justice system in both Arkansas and Washington State.”

However, a victim of a 1989 street robbery involving Clemmons expressed incredulity that he had been released.

“I’m flabbergasted,” Karen Hodge, 68, told the Seattle Post Intelligencer. “He should still be in prison.”

I don’t care if you support the Fair Tax, Hickabee, I don’t want you anywhere NEAR the presidential nomination process.

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November 30, 2009 at 10:21 pm

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The Truth Hurts, Not Heals

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Joe Wilson, there was no need to apologize for “You Lie.” Like one couldn’t see this coming from a mile away.

Hundreds of thousands of invaders could receive health care coverage from their employers under the bills winding their way through Congress, despite President Hussein’s explicit pledge that illegal immigrants would not benefit.

The House bill mandates, and the Senate bill strongly encourages, businesses to extend health care coverage to all employees. But the bills do not have exemptions to screen out invaders, who usually obtain jobs by using false identities and are indistinguishable from legal workers.

Had you not apologized for speaking truth to power, I would have donated to your re-election efforts. Now that’s $5 you will never see.

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November 30, 2009 at 10:16 pm

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Putting My Wild Spending Side In Chex

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What a difference three days make.

From spending $1200+ on Black Friday to using coupons at the grocery store tonight. I swear Black Friday is to me like a bachelorette party is to that quiet gal in a of group of friends who suddenly, after a few drinks, deep-throats 12-inch bananas and grinds with the male dancers, or whatever you bitches do at these outings. Hell, I’m still kicking myself for forgetting about two $1 coupons I had for Chex cereal to go with the 4 for $6 deal my local store was having.

And in case you wondered what I did at my bachelor party, keep wondering. Actually, I didn’t do a damn thing. Why should I? I was with the better half for 8 years prior to having God’s approval to our cohabitation; what’s the big deal about making it all official-like? Besides, the actual wedding was expensive enough. Now that I think about it, a wedding is like one last big date.

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November 30, 2009 at 10:04 pm

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Big Ben’s Big Headache

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I heard today that Ben Roethlisberger isn’t going to start tonight against the Ravens.

Good.

I don’t care how hardcore of a Stiller fan you may be, he shouldn’t be playing tonight. I remember a few years ago he suffered a concussion and played the next week at Oakland. Horrible game all around and it was painful to watch. And God forbid if he would have gotten hit hard yet again. I didn’t criticize Bill Cowher that much during his time in Pittsburgh. He held on to Kordell Stewart longer than he probably should have, and he often got outcoached in the playoffs, but other than these things, I never did the constant second-guessing many people do with college/pro sports teams. However, Cowher starting Ben in that Oakland game in 2006 was one of those time I vehemently disagreed with his decision.

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November 29, 2009 at 7:38 pm

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Getting These Rebates To Work Is Such A Card

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So today I was filling out some mail-in rebate forms from Friday’s shopping excursion at Staples. Instead of opting for the snail-mail method, I’m hitting the EASY BUTTON and doing this stuff online.

I’ve often done mail-in rebates in the past, and I’ve generally been successful. One time not so much, but part of the blame fell on me. Long story short. It was 2000 and I was getting a computer. In order to fit the stuff in the car I had to remove the products from the boxes. And what did I do with the boxes? Yep, left them at the store. And what were on these boxes? The UPC labels that I needed to send in for the rebates.

Other than this unpleasant experience, I’ve been pretty much on the ball with filling out rebate forms. Even when I have the slightest doubt about something I contact customer service and make sure I’m doing everything prim and proper. After all, it’s easier to get things squared away at the beginning than trying to deal with an error two months later.

Why am I talking about this? Because when hitting the Staples EASY BUTTON I had the option of getting either a rebate check or visa prepaid cards.

Are you kidding me?

Give me my rebate check. I despise those cards with every fiber of my being. Any time I get one of these I can never get to work where I want them to. Case in point: Early this year the kkk household got cell phones, which came with four $50 Visa “anywhere” cards. Now when I get these things, I like to use the money to pay off bills, not double-dip in the “frivolous purchase” category. Went to use the cards at a gas station. Didn’t work. Grocery store? No. The hobby store for some plastic cases for my sports card collection? Niet. I called Verizon and told them my situation. They said it was the fault of the cashiers. Fair enough. They said that I could use these cards ANYWHERE. I then asked them about paying for gasoline at the pump.

“Anything except that,” I was told. ‘Nuff said. (Something about the cards actually being debit even though it says credit on the card and needing a pin number.)

So what did I spend most of this money on? Something at Wal-Mart and a bunch of used DVDs at Blockbuster. Transaction for two in the Frivolous Purchase section.

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November 29, 2009 at 7:34 pm

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Safe And Sound

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Well this afternoon I finally figured out how to work the recently purchased safe the kkk household got on Black Friday. I feel so much at ease now knowing that the family jewels and my Jew Gold are protected. Now I need to program a password that I can remember, and 1-2-3-4-5 isn’t an option — I already have that combination for my luggage.

Sorry, I couldn’t pass that one up.

Actually, I don’t care so much about “security” as much as I do about keeping shit safe in case of a fire. And if someone can lug this thing out of the house, then more power to them. I still don’t know how Mrs. kkk and I got this thing into the Suzuki, and the only way I got this beast up into the computer room walk-in closet was by pushing it up the stairs step by step.

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November 28, 2009 at 6:36 pm

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