Okie Car Alarm


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Fun at the beach?


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Greasing the skids


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Double down, folks.

I had a long day yesterday but I made up for a lack of posting after I got home, so go beyond today’s Good Morning Girl and see for yourself.
I’ve got shit to do today too, but I’ve pre-scheduled some posts to keep you occupied til I get in.

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Your Good Morning Girl


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Fuck all y’all

random-shite-2014-09-11-02Yet he says it with a sign rather than bringing his bitch ass to his neighbor’s door his own damned self.
The world’s full of blowhards and cowards.

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Meanwhile, at a coffee shop in San Francisco…


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Ah, who needs a job anyways?


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Is everybody finished shitting their pants yet?


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Nailed it


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Sorry for not posting today. Hope this makes up for it.


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For the armchair commandos

tacticool-magazine skidmark

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CharlieGodammit Camo

Multidoge Murray

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One of those days

And I’m glad the motherfucker’s over. Finally.

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Time for the ‘Spot the Slut’ game!!!

spot the slut

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Even the Canadians are onto them

On its official website, the Canadian government informs its citizens that “there is no limit to the amount of money that you may legally take into or out of the United States.” Nonetheless, it adds, banking in the U.S. can be difficult for non-residents, so Canadians shouldn’t carry large amounts of cash.

That last bit is excellent advice, but for an entirely different reason than the one Ottawa cites.
There’s a shakedown going on in the U.S., and the perps are in uniform.

Across America, law enforcement officers — from federal agents to state troopers right down to sheriffs in one-street backwaters — are operating a vast, co-ordinated scheme to grab as much of the public’s cash as they can; “hand over fist,” to use the words of one police trainer.

Roadside seizure

It usually starts on the road somewhere. An officer pulls you over for some minor infraction — changing lanes without proper signalling, following the car ahead too closely, straddling lanes. The offence is irrelevant.
Then the police officer wants to chat, asking questions about where you’re going, or where you came from, and why. He’ll peer into your car, then perhaps ask permission to search it, citing the need for vigilance against terrorist weaponry or drugs.
What he’s really looking for, though, is money.

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Now Irish can eat semi-solid food!



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“Trust us. We wouldn’t abuse the system. Really.”

LOS ANGELES — A rapidly expanding digital network that uses cameras mounted to traffic signals and police cruisers tracks the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S., regardless of whether the drivers are being investigated by law enforcement.

The license plate scanning systems have multiplied across the U.S. over the last decade, funded largely by Homeland Security grants, and judges recently have upheld authorities’ rights to keep details from hundreds of millions of scans a secret from the public.

Such decisions come as a patchwork of local laws and regulations govern the use of such technology and the distribution of the information they collect, inflaming civil liberties advocates who see this as the next frontier in the fight over digital surveillance.


Civil liberties advocates say these files need to be open to public scrutiny to prevent government overreach and unconstitutional privacy invasions.

On the other side are government and law enforcement officials who say they’re not misusing the systems and that tracking and storing the data can help with criminal investigations, either to incriminate or exonerate a suspect.

“At some point, you have to trust and believe that the agencies that you utilize for law enforcement are doing what’s right and what’s best for the community, and they’re not targeting your community,” Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sgt. John Gaw said.
Excerpts from HERE

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The life of the party


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Fun fun fun!!!


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Public Transportation sucks

public transportation

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Morning MILFs


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Damn, I bet that hurt.


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SWATzis gets spanked

Law enforcement officers who conducted a warrantless SWAT-style raid on an Orlando barber shop, ostensibly to help inspectors conduct a routine occupational licensing exam, violated the proprietors’ 4th Amendment rights and are not protected from personal liability under the qualified immunity doctrine.
So ruled the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta on Tuesday, harshly condemning Orange County, Florida, officers for their 2010 raid of the Strictly Skillz barber shop — a staged event the court compared to “a scene right out of a Hollywood movie.” That’s how the court began its 44-page ruling:

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Now that takes balls!


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