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Insuring That Family Chaos Will Continue

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So earlier today Mrs. kkk found out that… let’s see how I can best explain this.

Somebody died.

This person was the father of my brother-in-law’s wife.

Make sense? I hope so. For some reason this was a bitch for me to type out.

Anyway, this person wasn’t exactly the healthiest of specimens. He didn’t take all that great care of himself, and he and his wife weren’t exactly proficient with that whole “responsible budgeting” thing. In fact, I heard there were a number of times they hit my brother-in-law’s family up for money. Why am I talking about this? Because the better half was telling me that this guy left a life insurance policy and that his wife (my brother-in-law’s wife’s step-mother) said he would have wanted her to use that money to start a new life.

And just how much was this life insurance policy?

$6,000.

Oy.

There’s a bunch of drama over in that family tree, and I’m sure it’s all going to boil over soon enough. Especially when it comes to the funeral arrangements. Families.

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Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 30, 2010 at 9:41 pm

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10 Years Or Life? Quite A Range On The Punishment Spectrum

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I’m sure some red diaper doper baby will overturn this ruling, but if you can’t put a bullet in the head of this little shit, then you do what you can.

Ten years is not enough time to rehabilitate a Lawrence County boy charged with killing his father’s pregnant fiancee, a judge ruled yesterday.

“A more horrific crime is difficult to imagine,” Common Pleas Judge Dominick Motto wrote in ruling Jordan Brown will stand trial as an adult. State police say Brown, then 11, placed a shotgun to the back of Kenzie Marie Houk’s head and pulled the trigger last year.

If convicted of first-degree murder, Brown could be the youngest person in American history to be sentenced to life in prison without parole, legal experts said.

“I’m in shock,” defense attorney Dennis Elisco said. “This is certainly the lowest point of my 29-year career. We’re just devastated.”

Motto denied a request by defense attorneys to move the case to juvenile court. Had the case been tried there, the state could not hold Brown, 12, beyond his 21st birthday.

During hearings this year, Motto heard conflicting testimony from experts on whether Brown could be rehabilitated.

“It is not likely defendant can be rehabilitated prior to the expiration of the juvenile court jurisdiction,” Motto wrote. “(Brown) is an individual with significant personality problems that are complicated by his presenting to people in authority a version of himself that does not include the negative aspects.”

Brown is charged with the February 2009 shooting deaths of Houk and her unborn son, Christopher. Police say Brown shot Houk as she lay in bed in the family’s New Galilee home, and then left the house to get on the school bus.

Defense attorney David Acker said he and Elisco are considering an appeal.

“Lowest point” of your 29-year career. And lawyers wonder why they’re so hated.

This story took place a few counties away from me, and I’m pretty sure I commented about this back in February of last year. Too bad I’m still in the year of 2006 when it comes to moving my older crap over to this place. 😦

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 30, 2010 at 9:19 pm

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Can I Get A Witness Other Than Me?

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So today the better half and I slept in and left for work late. Normally we have been leaving for work somewhere between 6:30 am – 7 am; today we left at 7:30 am. This of course means more rush-hour traffic. Yay.

As we were headed toward Shittsburgh, there was one road undergoing construction. Well, maybe not “construction.” But there were a bunch of orange cones and people in yellow vests standing around a hole in the ground. Did I mention that one of our two lanes was closed? Yeah. This caused a nice little backup. This also caused several of the more impatient motorists around me to turn into the oncoming two lanes of road and high-tail it out of there.

Well, one motorist in a vehicle covered in “peace” bumper stickers got fed up with having to wait and jetted across the solid yellow line into the oncoming lanes. Problem was this motorist didn’t see the car that was in one of these lanes.

CRASH!

After what was by far the most violent real-time car collision I had ever witnessed, the car which wasn’t breaking the law suddenly skidded out of control and whisked right past me. After this vehicle evaded my line of sight, I heard another loud crashing sound as it wrapped around a telephone pole. And I saw the whole episode.

I stayed until the cops and paramedics arrived to provide a statement. I made a joke on my Facebook page earlier today that I did this because the guilty motorist had hippie bumper stickers on his car, but even if his vehicle was draped in anti-Hussein material I would have done the same thing. Accidents happen. This wasn’t an accident. This was negligence. And it pisses me off.

Mrs. kkk and I have been the victims of shit like this, and I’m convinced one such incident caused her to miscarry. The other incident spelled the beginning of the end to our previous car, thanks in large part to the asshats at Kenny Ross Chevrolet who did a shitacular job repairing a new vehicle that should have been totaled out.

Each time we got fucked over by a reckless driver and not a goddamn thing was ever done to the offending motorist; the person who nearly totaled our previous car didn’t even get points on her license. So whenever I hear the phrase “accidents happen,” said by someone who was solely responsible for a scene of carnage due to being blatantly careless, I want to take a brick and go to town with the side of his head.

Or at least put my name on the record as to what really happened at an accident scene so the insurance companies can get a non-biased third-party account.

And what was my reward for this act of civic responsibility? (I was the only passer-by to speak to an officer as to what happened.) Why, I had some fucknut honking his horn at us later in our commute because we wouldn’t turn into oncoming traffic at a four-way stoplight (when some idiot honks his horn, I honk back for at least twice as long). Then even later in the commute this tour bus was driving in a bus lane that I had never seen another bus go in that particular direction. After this bus almost clipped me, the car behind this bus IN THE BUS LANE almost did the job.

It’s rare when I actually let out a scream. Today was one of those days.

Say what you want about God, but s/he’s got one helluva sense of humor.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 30, 2010 at 6:29 pm

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The Square On The Backboard Marks The Spot Where You Aim A Layup

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If anything, this snippet might make me want to watch women’s basketball. Hilarious.

Sorry. I don’t like women’s basketball. I don’t care that UConn has won 48904723 straight games by an average of 102 points. Good for them. *Yawn* for me.

There are women’s sports I like to watch. Tennis is one. Soccer is another. Softball makes three. Basketball isn’t on the list. If that makes me a sexist, then so be it.

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March 30, 2010 at 5:59 pm

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