That's fucked up

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101.gatorbreeze » Mon Mar 29, 2021 11:55 pm

Saw that earlier in the weekend - fair warning, there's a dead body at the end.
He wasn't dead in the video.
It just so happens that your friend here is only MOSTLY dead. There's a big difference between mostly dead and all dead. Mostly dead is slightly alive. With all dead, well, with all dead there's usually only one thing you can do.
hahaha...."have fun storming the castle" Great movie.
" Dark humor is like food, not everybody gets it."...Joseph Stalin

User avatar 102.DocZaius » Tue Apr 06, 2021 2:55 pm

6 dead in murder-suicide, perpetrator was apparently upset at how The Office ended. ... -home.html
Police found the six family members dead in the home. Felty said the dead included the two brothers, a sister, their father and mother and a grandmother. Felty said the those dead ranged in age from 19 to mid-70s. He said the slayings likely happened over the weekend.

Felty said they were not yet releasing the names of the victims. He said the deaths were being investigated as a murder-suicide but he could not yet say who shot whom.

The brother who wrote the social media post says in it that he has been cutting himself more frequently recently and that as of late his treatment for depression — which included counseling and medication — didn’t seem to help him as much as it had previously, Felty said.

In the post, he also spent “a lot of time” writing about his disappointment with how the television series “The Office” ended, Felty said. “He thought it should have ended much differently and he was upset...”

User avatar 103.DocZaius » Sat Apr 10, 2021 3:55 pm

Homeless guy infiltrates USC football team: ... eld-punts/

User avatar 104.Panamag8or » Sat Apr 10, 2021 4:02 pm

Homeless guy infiltrates USC football team: ... eld-punts/
Haha, that's awesome.

User avatar 105.DocZaius » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:31 pm

"I'm not stupid," says stupid lady: ... -14407361/

User avatar 106.DocZaius » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:32 pm


User avatar 107.Irish Mike » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:40 pm


User avatar 108.DocZaius » Thu Apr 15, 2021 2:05 pm

Yeah the video isn't as great as the description.

User avatar 110.DocZaius » Fri Apr 16, 2021 10:00 am

Best with sound:


User avatar 111.Panamag8or » Fri Apr 16, 2021 11:13 am

Internet concensus is that it was a feral cat. You can see it has a tail. Still, dude is a boss.

User avatar 112.DocZaius » Sat Apr 24, 2021 2:12 pm

Couple tries to hold wedding in mansion they don't own: ... ion-2021-4

113.evil gator » Fri Apr 30, 2021 4:28 pm

Ha so someone was stealing packages in my friends Austin neighborhood and camera footage revealed it was this lady ... B9LEiPL_qQ

Because her appearance is distinctive

114.52:20 » Fri Apr 30, 2021 4:36 pm

Are they sure it wasn't a real tiger?

115.Denver-Gator » Fri Apr 30, 2021 5:57 pm

Internet concensus is that it was a feral cat. You can see it has a tail. Still, dude is a boss.
I'm wondering what's in the brownies.

116.PG. » Sat May 01, 2021 3:39 am

Don't try to jack a guy pumping gas.


User avatar 117.RIP » Sat May 01, 2021 3:42 am

Awesome :lol:

User avatar 118.Irish Mike » Sat May 01, 2021 11:05 am

A lit match would have made it better.

User avatar 119.Panamag8or » Sat May 01, 2021 12:30 pm

A lit match would have made it better.
I was waiting for it to catch on the tailpipe or something.

User avatar 120.DocZaius » Mon May 03, 2021 9:49 am

Kansas lawmaker arrested after allegedly kneeing student in groin, asking about kids’ sex life on video
One video allegedly shows Kansas state Rep. Mark Samsel asking students about their sex lives.

Another reportedly shows the Republican lawmaker pushing someone against a wall while working as a substitute teacher and warning, “I could put the wrath of God on you right now.”

Yet another, reviewed by the Kansas City Star, allegedly captures the moments right after the legislator kneed a student in the crotch Wednesday. Samsel stands over the boy, the Star reported, and asks, “Did it hurt?” — then asks him why he’s about to cry and queries a classmate: “Do you want to check his nuts for him, please?”

“Class, you have permission to kick him in the balls,” Samsel says at one point on video, according to the newspaper.

Samsel, 36, was arrested Thursday on charges of misdemeanor battery after school officials in Wellsville, Kan., reported an unspecified “incident” between him and a student, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said. As videos — some of which The Washington Post obtained — circulated and made the news, parents and community members expressed alarm and outrage that Samsel was working with young people and representing them in the state House.

“What the hell is going on with the #KSLeg this session?” tweeted Kansas City, Mo., Mayor Quinton Lucas (D). “He shouldn’t just be terminated from substituting. He should be blocked from being around all kids.”

Heather Davis, whose son attends elementary school in Wellsville, said she’s “terrified to ask” her child if he has had contact with Samsel, though parents say Wednesday’s incident involved high school students in art class.

“I don’t find it acceptable at all,” she said of the behavior she saw on video.

Samsel insisted in a local TV interview that there was “no altercation,” even if one or two students may have “perceived it as one.” The lawmaker, who has represented the 5th State House District since 2019, suggested to KSNT the whole thing was “planned.”

“Nobody was ever in danger,” he told the station. “Did we make it look like we were in anger, or outrageous or hurting kids? Yeah, we did.”

Responding to The Post via text message, Samsel said it is “disgusting, and false to suggest that I would EVER do anything to hurt or make a kid uncomfortable.” He dismissed the Star’s reporting as “intentionally one-sided” and “99% hogwash” but did not elaborate on what he disputed.

Samsel grew up in Wellsville and is a lawyer, according to his website. He told The Post he was a “helper” around the school district, including its elementary school, and referees sports along with being a substitute teacher.

His website lists legislative priorities ranging from “our conservative Kansas values” to lower taxes to mental-health-related insurance coverage. Samsel’s recent sponsored bills listed online include one to increase the criminal penalties for stalking a minor and one creating a Kansas youth advisory council. Earlier this year, he was one of a small group to vote against a bill to end Kansas’s exclusion of spouses from sexual battery laws.

“I dread going to work at the [Kansas Capitol] every single day,” he told The Post on Saturday.

Samsel was quickly released on $1,000 bond after his arrest last week, officials said. He has not yet been formally charged but is set to appear in district court later this month, according to Franklin County Attorney Brandon Jones. Jones said Saturday evening that the sheriff’s office is still following up on leads and that his office has not yet received a report from law enforcement.

Staff members with the Wellsville Police Department said they could not immediately share an incident report, and the county sheriff did not respond Saturday to inquiries about the details.

Wellsville Unified School District Superintendent Ryan Bradbury did not identify Samsel but said a student reported “an incident involving a substitute teacher to our staff” on Wednesday. Bradbury said an “investigation began immediately” and the teacher “will not be returning.”

Citing privacy laws and an ongoing investigation, Bradbury told The Post he could not comment further or say whether concerns were raised previously about the teacher. He said he could not access details on Samsel’s history as a substitute teacher in Wellsville until Monday.
“Student safety remains the highest priority in our district,” he said.

The Post obtained several short videos from families in the Wellsville district allegedly showing Samsel’s behavior in the classroom.

“Make babies! Who likes makin’ babies?” a male voice asks enthusiastically in one brief clip as a girl films her reaction. The video, which appears to have been posted to Snapchat, is captioned, “i literally hate it here” and “mark is being so gross.” The speakers are off-camera.

“You haven’t masturbated?” the male voice asks, and the girl’s eyes widen. “Don’t answer that question,” he quickly adds.

“I’m not going to answer that question … ” someone answers.

“Thank you,” the man responds. “I told you not to. … God already knows it.”

The Star reported Samsel seemed to fixate on one male student in footage from Wednesday, following and grabbing him on video and telling him, “You’re about ready to anger me and get the wrath of God.” He pushes the student, who runs away, according to the Star.

“You should run and scream,” Samsel allegedly says, adding amid some laughter that the Devil is leaving his classroom.

A video shared with The Post shows a man pushing another person toward the wall in a room strewn with backpacks, speaking about the “wrath of God.” The person runs away yelling.

Other video obtained by the Star reportedly captures Samsel telling students about a sophomore who tried to kill himself because he has two female parents.

“He’s a foster kid,” Samsel said, according to the newspaper. “His alternatives in life were having no parents or foster care parents who are gay. How do you think I’m going to feel if he commits suicide? Awful.”

Samsel repeatedly mentions suicide as well as religion in class, according to the Star, which posted some of the audio. He asks a student about “listening to the devil’s music,” the Star reported, and urges people to “speak the Lord’s name proudly.”

The lawmaker can also be seen telling students to go outside and run while holding hands, the newspaper said.

“Do you think we want to do this?” Samsel reportedly said. “No, we had a lesson to do. Is it kind of funny? Yeah.”

Kansas House Republican leaders, including Speaker Ron Ryckman (R), did not respond Saturday to requests for comment. GOP leaders in the House said they are “gathering as much information as [they] can,” the Associated Press reported.

User avatar 121.Panamag8or » Tue May 04, 2021 9:14 pm

A father was suspected of killing his two young sons early Tuesday — including an 11-year-old who was regularly the batboy for the No. 10-ranked University of Florida baseball team — then setting his family’s waterfront vacation home in nearby Cross City on fire and killing himself, authorities said. ... ssion=true

122.gatorbreeze » Tue May 04, 2021 9:26 pm

That's truly f'ed up.
" Dark humor is like food, not everybody gets it."...Joseph Stalin

123.PG. » Tue May 04, 2021 10:08 pm

Yeah...pan wins.

User avatar 124.angrigator » Wed May 05, 2021 3:07 pm

Damn. What a selfish bastard.

125.52:20 » Wed May 05, 2021 3:09 pm

I can't imagine how fucked up in the head somebody has to be to do something like that.
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