Monday, November 30, 2009
Man I learned tons of shit this weekend:
1. William J. Smiddy is 1/3rd Apache Indian, who would of known?
2. People fight different when naked.
3. Use #TAXI (8294) from any cell phone to be connected to the nearest taxi company.
4. Not only is Bill Muschamp on Notre Dames short list of coaching candidates but he crushes mad pussy.
5. Introducing yourself as Frederick Fredrickson just makes people think you are either tapped or your parents hated you.
6. There is group out there called M.E.O.W. – Men Enjoying Older Women – and it is the place to meet Cougars.
7. The Pizza at Nebo is pretty damn good.
8. Apparently Tim Thomas’ undisclosed injury was due to him punching a locker after a loss.
9. People are acting like this Pats-New Orleans game is like a mini Super bowl.
10. I am still confused by the whole Tiger Woods thing. Was the car accident real or just a cover up for his affair?
11. People like to discuss the Playboy pictorials and the actual articles...my friends are weird.
12. Chrissy was so happy to find this guy:
13. I know what you are thinking but NO this is not me:
14. Mike is the king of the helmet shuffle.
15. I love the Kill-Marry-Fuck(KMF) game with or without celebrities.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Friday, November 27, 2009
1. Late Fees at Block Buster? I think not...
2. Tactical Nuclear Penguin Beer - 32% alcohol
3. I swallowed what? Cocaine? I had no idea
4. Break up a fight using a beer can - BRILLIANT!
5. Truck, check. Fence, check. Dog, check. Passing out, check. Airport - WHAT!
Thursday, November 26, 2009
DARTMOUTH — Police seized 200 pounds of marijuana inside a tractor-trailer and arrested two Idaho truck drivers after pulling over their vehicle this week in North Dartmouth.
The arrests came amid a long-term investigation into a suspected marijuana-trafficking operation that reportedly has been using a Fall River hotel parking lot as a drop-off and delivery point, according to documents filed in New Bedford District Court.
Ricardo Zamora, 61, and his son, Joseph Zamora, 42, both of Wilder, Idaho, were held on $50,000 cash bail after being arraigned Wednesday on trafficking and conspiracy charges.
Neither have lengthy criminal records, according to defense lawyer Michelle Rioux, who represented Ricardo Zamora at his arraignment. Rioux said there is a possibility the defendants were set up.
"There is a scam being played on unsuspecting truck drivers," Rioux said.
"They're approached at a truck stop, someone asks them to carry a load with no questions asked. Then when they drop it off, they're promised to get paid. Sometimes, the individuals will call the cops to tip them off about the truck and to throw them off their track. It seems like this could be the case here."
State police troopers and members of the Bristol County Drug Task Force arrested the defendants around 2 p.m. Tuesday after stopping their tractor-trailer on Old Fall River Road in Dartmouth.
Police had been following the defendants since observing them in the parking lot of the Comfort Inn & Suites at 360 Airport Road in Fall River.
Police said their investigation indicated that the Hispanic male operator of the tractor-trailer — identified as Joseph Zamora — had been associated with the marijuana-trafficking organization, court records said.
Undercover agents conducted surveillance at the hotel parking lot and said they saw Ricardo Zamora place two large black duffle bags into the truck. He and his son then entered the vehicle and drove northbound on Route 24, eventually exiting at Route 44 westbound in Raynham, court records said.
In Raynham, police said the truck made abrupt U-turns and stopped for long periods of time while traffic passed. Police said the maneuvers were consistent with familiar counter-surveillance measures.
According to court records, the defendants drove into Dartmouth, and were stopped by a state police trooper who conducted a vehicle inspection. The trooper noticed several black duffle bags in the truck's sleeper portion.
Police said the defendants gave conflicting stories about where they were coming from, where they were going and even on the contents of their cargo. After being granted permission to search the truck, agents discovered bales of marijuana, which had a combined street value of $180,000, inside the duffle bags, court records said.
Officials said the investigation is ongoing.
"This was obviously a major bust," said Gregg Miliote, spokesman for the Bristol County District Attorney.
Rioux said she has questions about how police came to target her client's vehicle.
"There are tons of trucks at that stop. How did they pick this one out?" Rioux said.
She said Ricardo Zamora has been married for 30 years and been driving tractor-trailers for 20 years. He and his son work as a team and travel across the United States and have not been in any prior trouble.
"A lot needs to be done on this case," Rioux said. "This is not an open-and-shut case."
I was wondering what Tommy Chong was up to. Do you think 200 pounds of weed is enough for Mr Chong? Me neither! Didn't he just get out of jail recently? Man this story sounds fishy. WHO DROPPED THE DIME?
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Gonna be real quick with this.
Well done this week kids…we had 8 teams finish above 100 points!! Considering the injury bug has hit so many teams these past 2 weeks, that is an impressive accomplishment. Since the league as a whole did so well we will to keep a positive spin on this weeks review.
I’m going with a little bit of a surprise pick this week. DAWGS deserves the GOOD of the Week. The kid lost both of his starting RB’s and one of his WR’s to a drug suspension all in a 48 hour time period. Before the week started I really thought it would be a miracle if DAWGS got 70 points. We all have to deal with injuries but what DAWGS dealt with was over the top ridiculous. 108.5 points….well done DAWGS! It’s your highlight of the year so far.
Not sure how we keep a positive spin and still do the Bad of the Week. So I guess I’m not going to mention any names but when your bench scores 103.5 points and the starters only manage 77.5 points it’s not a good thing. I’ll let you guys look it up. I thought this Upside Down Disease was only running through my team…apparently it’s starting to spread around the league.
AND THE UGLY
I violated rule #1 in Fantasy football. If you pick up a guy (Snelling) just to block him from going to another team (DAWGS) then you start him. End of story. So now I’ll continue my streak of sitting a guy one week when he goes off and then starting him the following week when he puts up 3 points. Can’t wait for this Sunday! Just another suggestion…Norwood should be available this week so if anyone needs an RB it would be wise to pick him up. Atlanta plays Tampa so somebody is gonna get the touches for Atlanta and since I’m playing Snelling it most certainly won’t be him.
TEXT OF THE WEEKEND
No text of the weekend. You guys do realize that the text of the week only works if I have more than 2 people sending me texts. I’m just sayin’!
Most Interesting Men
Smiddy’s Momma always says if you have nothing nice to say that don’t say anything at all.
6 weeks to go with a 120 point lead. Better start writing your acceptance speech now BUMS.
Sorry FELONS…You were a contenda’ for the Good of the Week with your second win of the year. But it had to go to DAWGS. But congratulations and try not to spend all that money in one place.
114.5 points and I only come in 7th place. Tough week…
Madd Fucking Niggerish
I’ll give you credit NIGGERISH…I know Beanie has been playing well but he would have been 4th on my depth chart. If we had a Start of the Week segment you would win it hands down.
Aaron Rodgers is an absolute stud and he’s carrying you right now DAWGS. It’s your decision but you gotta change your team logo to this picture. Your team MVP sportin’ the stache…this is the face of your franchise kid.
Don’t worry FLABO…that T.O. performance was all a dream, just keep telling yourself that. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream…. It was only a dream….
Where have you gone? Haven’t heard from you in weeks. Nice start going with Slaton over Jacobs…I know the Texans named Slaton the starter but with such a short lease I can’t believe you went with him over Jacobs. Nice job PHARMACIST!
Just some helpful advise for you MUNG…Boldin had 19 points 2 weeks ago and 25 points this week. Not sure what Warner’s status is but if he plays then you need to play Boldin. MUST START!
The Slippery Wizards
Look on the bright side…Clark was bound to have a bad week and you survived it. The real question going forward is who ya gonna go with at #2 RB going forward. Mendenhall, Jackson, or McCoy. My vote is McCoy which means you should definently go with Jackson.
Sorry the review is a little late and short this week but some of you know I got some things going on right now. The one thing I realize is that if I try to be nice I really don’t have much to say. Not really sure what that means…and I’m not sure I want to know.
Monday, November 23, 2009
Alright on to what I learned this weekend:
1. I tried on some black sneakers this weekend and I do not like black sneakers.
2. Chipmunkville...population YOU!
3. The food at Franklin Southie is really good. Kinda pricey but good.
4. I only got to 7 bars on the Ave but man was it fun.
5. I am glad this is posted on the wall at Aces High...
Not that I was going to buy for any minors or anything.
6. Why have we not gone to the Banshee on a Monday night:
7. I know times are tough but $3.00 sandwiches:
8. I think the staff at Blue Wave does not like Mario.
9. Slainte is a pretty good time on a Sunday.
10. People still go out on Turkey eve?
11. There is talk about people wanting to join Sunday Supper Club.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Who is up for drinking down Dorchester Ave this Saturday? Starting at 3pm? If you are in give me a text...or just show up!
1. Franklin Southie
2. Aces High
3. The Connection
4. Dot tavern
6. Tom English
7. Harp and Bard
8. JJs Irish Pub
12. Corner bar
13. The Ledge
14. Lower Mills Pub
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Thursday, November 19, 2009
- From NBC Philadelphia
If you’re frustrated by poor service at a restaurant, think twice before you decide to not tip. You may be in for a bit more than just a dirty look from the waiter.
"Nobody, nobody wants to be forced to pay a tip or be arrested for terrible service," Leslie Pope said when her happy hour ended in handcuffs.
Pope and John Wagner were hauled away by police and charged with theft for not paying the mandatory 18 percent gratuity totaling $16 after eating at the Lehigh Pub in Bethlehem, Pa. with six friends.
Pope claimed that they had to wait nearly an hour for their order and that she had to get napkins and silverware for the table herself.
“At this point I became very annoyed because I had already gone up to the bar myself to have my soda refilled because the waitress never came back,” Pope said.
After the $73 bill came, the group paid for food, drinks, and tax but refused to pay the tip. After explaining the bad service to the bartender in charge, Pope claimed he took their money and called police. The couple was handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car.
“I understand that, you know, we didn’t pay the gratuity, but it was a gratuity, it wasn’t something that was required,” said Wagner.
The owner admitted that the group waited unusually long for their food, but said the pub was extremely busy that night. He said managers offered to comp the food, a claim the couple denies ever happened.
“Obviously we would have liked for the patron and the establishment to have worked this out without getting the police involved,” said Deputy Police Commissioner Stuart Bedics.
Police charged them with theft since the gratuity was part of the actual bill. However, it is doubtful that the charges will hold up in front of a judge. The couple is scheduled to appear in court next month.
I mean what kind of recourse do these people have? I mean how can you be arrested for not paying a gratuity? Its a gratuity for fucks sake! I mean if it wasn't added to their check and they paid and walked out they wouldn't of been arrested, right? I hope they sue for damages!
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
David Allen Tyner, a 28-year-old former Marine who fought seven times professionally as a mixed martial artist, has surrendered himself to police in
While four bodies were found at the scene, authorities say two of the victims were pregnant. All four victims were shot, and the crime scene had been intentionally set ablaze, authorities determined.
Police believe Tyner did not act alone, and he has not yet been formally charged in the case.
Oklahoma City police master sergeant Gary Knight told Fox News that they have established a relationship between Tyner and at least one of the victims, but had not yet established a motive for the crime. They also told the media that an eyewitness and the sole survivor, Jose Fernando Fierro, had identified Tyner -- known by his nickname "Hooligan" -- as a suspect.
Tyner was a two-time state wrestling champion in high school who later compiled a 6-1 record in mixed martial arts, fighting primarily in regional shows. Tyner's most high-profile match was against former UFC fighter Patrick Smith in 2007. Tyner lost by second-round TKO. According to one report, Tyner had been training to return to action soon.
The case has attracted some national attention because one pregnant victim, 22-year-old Brooke Phillips was a prostitute who appeared on HBO's "Cathouse" series.
According to reports, the other victims were Millie Barrera, 22, Jennifer Lynn Ermey, 25, and Casey M. Barrientos, 32.
Seattle police say an intoxicated 25-year-old man, who told officers he believed he was a ninja, was impaled on a metal spike Monday night after a failed attempt to jump a 5-foot fence.
Around 11:15 p.m., officers responded to the 600 block of Seventh Avenue after a 41-year-old man called police to say he had been assaulted, said police spokeswoman Renee Witt. Officers arrived and found the impaled would-be ninja, Witt said.
It turns out the older man, who was heavily intoxicated, tried to go into a sports bar in the 600 block of King Street, Witt said. The younger man, who isn't a bar employee, barred the man from going inside-- and an argument between the two men escalated into a fight.
At one point, the men chased each other in the street, she said.
In an attempt to get away, the younger man "thought he'd basically be able to jump over this fence, and he didn't quite make it," Witt said.
As a police account of the incident notes, "Clearly he was overconfident in his abilities."
That's when the older man called police to say he'd been assaulted.
As police arrived to search for a suspect, one officer heard the 25-year-old's screams and found him stuck on the fence with the metal spike jutting out from his buttock, Witt said. The man was bleeding profusely.
He was taken to Harborview Medical Center, she said. Questioned at the hospital, the man told police he believed he was a ninja.
Since the two men "were in the middle of the street, chasing each other around," Witt said officers determined neither man would be arrested on suspicion of assault.
Everyone knows that a ninja can jump more than 5 feet. Now this jack ass will blame the booze. Listen it ain't the boozes fault that you couldn't make the fence and now have an iron rod stuck in your ass.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Unfriend was defined as a verb that means to remove someone as a "friend" on a such as Facebook.
"It has both currency and potential longevity," said Christine Lindberg, senior lexicographer for
"In the online social networking context, its meaning is understood, so its adoption as a modern verb form makes this an interesting choice for Word of the Year."
Other words deemed finalists for 2009 by the dictionary's publisher,
In technology, there was "hashtag," which is the hash sign added to a word or phrase that lets Twitter users search for tweets similarly tagged; "intexticated" for when people are distracted by texting while driving, and "sexting," which is the sending of sexually explicit SMSes and pictures by cellphone.
Finalists from the economy included "freemium," meaning a in which some basic services are provided for free, and "funemployed," referring to people taking advantage of newly unemployed status to have fun or pursue other interests.
In the political and current affairs section, finalists included "birther," meaning conspiracy theorists challenging President Barack Obama's
Novelty words making the shortlist were "deleb," meaning a dead celebrity, and "tramp stamp," referring to a tattoo on the lower back, usually on a woman.
I hate the word “sexting” and “intexticated” why can’t it just be texting? I was texting about sex. I was texting when I was in the accident. I was sexting while intexticated!!
Here is what I learned this weekend:
1. Man you go 6 weeks without shaving and you get all types of comments - from Grizzly Adams to (my favorite) the White Kimbo Slice.
2. Smiddy is like one of the Misfit toys from the Rudolph - No one wants to play with a Smiddy-in-the-box.
3. Chrissy is a firm believer that "House Parties rule".
4. I never thought I would see a Red 1989 Honda Accord WITH HYDRAULICS!!!
5. While watching the UFC this weekend, someone started yelling at the TV - Tattoos Don't Mean SHIT!! I agree.
6. The Pony room is celebrating their 50 year anniversary. FIFTY YEARS!!
7. Manny Paquio is fast as fuck. I mean he lands 273 punches to 89 punches.
8. Prime Rib roasts are a little bit on the expensive side but so worth it.
9. John Travolta is awesome in The Taking of the Pelham 1-2-3
10. Beer Die is still a bomb ass game.
11. The Colts can't win without Joe Addai.
12. You people need to grow up and act your age.
13. The street hockey game may have issues:
A. We either play outdoors
B. We find a new venue
C. We play on a different day - Friday night, Sunday day or a totally different Saturday. Tell me what you guys want to do.
Probably the easiest Good of the Week we have had so far. Back to back wins….150.5 points last week and 131 points this week. In 2 short weeks the Wizards have moved from potential dress shopping to a possible finish in the money. Well done Wizards…well done! You have to give the WIZ credit…they stuck with Moss through the low points early in the year and may have made the best pick in the first round by selecting Jackson. Throw in the trade for Houshamazoo and we may be looking at a Manager of the Year Award coming the Wizards way!
Tough call this week. But I think I’m giving it to BUMS for benching Jackson and playing Driver instead. Cost you the week and grand total of $75.
AND THE UGLY
Uhhhmm...heeellllooooo…Bad of the Week = Iggles…Iggles = Bad of the Week. Somebody go to Dictionary.com and look up Iggles, I’m almost positive Bad of the Week is a synonym. It’s gotta be!!! I really don’t see what the problem is? Week 8 Iggles got 102.5 points, week 9 brought another solid week with 111 points, and then this week a respectable 96.5 points. All in all that isn’t too bad except for one little thing…they were ON THE BENCH!
TEXT OF THE WEEKEND
No text of the weekend so I’m going to take this time to talk about the Pats game…specifically the 4th and 2 call.
I really don’t have a problem with the decision to go for it. Be honest…when the Pats didn’t convert the 3rd time the first thought that went through your mind was “we gave Manning too much time”. I don’t care how good your defense is or how deep you pin the Colts…if you give Manning more than 2 minutes then you are in trouble. And even if you punted the Colts were still going to get the ball at the 35 or 40.
The next subject is all of the whining and complaining I heard today. Belichek has brought you 3 Super Bowl wins, 1 Super Bowl loss, and made the Pats the hands down Team of the Decade. The guy deserves to make a questionable decision now and then so stop the nonsense. If it makes you feel any better I live through the bad clock management, poor execution, and general dumb decisions every freaking week. So just accept it and move onto the Jets!
Alright FLABO, you got a reprieve last week but it may be time to make a switch at TE. Back to back weeks Winslow outscored Gates and he was going up against the Philly D with no linebackers and only 1 healthy DB. By taking a look at my team I’m obviously no expert but it may be time to make the switch. By saying that I’ve obviously given the kiss of death to the rest of Winslow’s season.
I like your style BUMS. You’re like a Nascar driver staying out front so he can avoid all the carnage that is going on behind him. With the Peterson/Manning/Wayne combo you are virtually guaranteed winning the league this year. Of course, the way the season is shaping up the Vikings and Colts should have everything wrapped up by week 13. I can’t imagine either team would want to rest their stars…hmmmmmm!
I don’t mean to bring up a touchy subject but you have now fallen into the bottom 5 of the league along with your younger brother. But you can look on the bright side…as long as ma and DAWGS are around you don’t have to worry about how you’ll look in a dress.
OK…enough is enough. I’ve tried the Ouiji board, I’ve given the league a chance to pick the starting line-up, I’ve even let the dog make the picks. It is obvious that my team is un-coachable so the entire team will remain on the bench until kickoff time. Since they all play so well while when riding the pine maybe I can trick them.
Madd Fucking Niggerish
Absolutely incredible…I can’t believe you played Rice over Sims-Walker and it freaking paid off. If I tried to pull a stunt like that Sims-Walker would put up 40 points and Rice would’ve gotten the big goose egg. Well done sir!
Ronnie Brown…hurt. Michael Turner…hurt. Who ya gonna pick up this week DAWGS? Brown and Turner have been carrying you this year…better do your research and make some roster moves or your stay in 9th place may be short lived. I’ll trade you a slightly damaged Brian Westbrook…CALL ME!
Most Interesting Men
Nice pick-up of Betts PHARMACIST...it still doesn’t make up for Jones being stolen from you. You should also be thanking me that my team as sinking faster than the Titanic or you could be a candidate to wear a dress next year.
3rd place kid…3rd freaking place!! You have to feel good about where you are right now and yet we don’t hear a single word out of you. You’re allowed to talk some smack...it’s OK.
The Slippery Wizards
It must be pretty tough when your 3rd WR catches 2 TD’s and it’s still not good enough to crack the starting line-up. Not sure you have time to catch BUMS but you can certainly make your way up to 3rd place. If I’m your GM I think I’m looking to renegotiate my contract. The kid delivered…his services may be in high demand next year.