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Archive for August 11th, 2011

Breaking Taboos Between Vampire/Werewolf

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So on the drive home from work earlier this week, the better half explained to me what happens in “Breaking Dawn.”

SPOILERZ AHEAD~!!!

So after Mrs. kkk was telling me about the “final batter” between … well whoever she was talking about … I asked her if Jacob (the werewolf) ends up with any booty. He does.

The baby between Edward (the EMO vampire) and Bella.

Que?

“He imprints her,” Mrs. kkk explained. Basically, this means Jacob found his soulmate. On an infant. The better half then went on to say that the baby vampire will grow up and when she’s old enough Jacob and her will be an item, or something like that. I don’t remember.

And you women accuse men of being into some weird shit.

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Written by kkktookmybabyaway

August 11, 2011 at 10:50 pm

Posted in Entertainment

Instructions Were The Destruction Of This Student

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So I just learned that the 17-year-old who was at my workplace compliments of a local works program is illiterate. How was this discovered? Her inability to read an instructional manual aloud. Well, the first clue was she was trying to read the form from the Spanish portion of the manual. When we moved the manual over to the English section, she tried reading the instructions again. I don’t think she would have fared much better if the instructions were actualy in Spanish.

Now here’s what has me perplexed: how was she able to text for most of her time spent here?

Seriously.

Now granted “text-ese” can be classified as a language unto itself, but the cell phone keypads contain the same letters. Maybe there ought to be a “text language” section included with instructional manuals and similar documents.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

August 11, 2011 at 4:25 pm

Posted in Life

Constitutional Checkpoint

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The guy had the Constitution written on his torso. Of course he was deemed a security risk. The authorities did their job. Pretty open-and-shut if you axe me.

Authorities involved in the arrest of a protester who removed his shirt and pants at a security checkpoint at Richmond International Airport were doing their jobs and acted appropriately, a government attorney argued Wednesday in Richmond federal court.

Carlotta P. Wells, an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, argued in favor of a motion to dismiss Aaron B. Tobey’s lawsuit, which claims his constitutional rights were violated. Wells said Tobey had made his point by removing his shirt to display words from the Fourth Amendment written on his torso but went too far when he disobeyed a command to pass through a security scanner.

But Anand Agneshwar, an attorney representing Tobey in his lawsuit against airport and federal officials, said the 21-year-old Charlottesville man obeyed the commands of authorities. Agneshwar said it was the authorities who went too far by detaining Tobey for 90 minutes or longer with his hands cuffed behind his back.

“This was one long process to determine if this gentleman was a security risk,” Agneshwar told U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson.

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August 11, 2011 at 4:15 pm

Posted in News