The shit I post on Facebook

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For me but not for thee

ELIZABETH, Pa. — The former police chief in Elizabeth Borough will not serve any jail time after he pleaded guilty to stealing heroin from the police department’s evidence room.

Timothy Butler was sentenced Wednesday to 45 months probation and 325 hours of community service.


Check out how much he stole – that ain’t just personal use.

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Personally, I think she’s full of shit


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Pay up, bitches

Bereaved relatives confronted staff at an insurance company with the body of their loved one after the firm refused to pay out until they proved he was dead.

Ntombenhle Mhlongo and Thandaza Mtshali were filmed taking the body of uncle Sifiso Justice Mhlongo into a branch of Old Mutual somewhere in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, this week after their claim on a funeral plan was delayed.

Ms Mhlongo said the claim, for £1,700, had been delayed for nine days because of problems over the paperwork, meaning important tribal rites for their uncle, who died at the age of just 46, could not be performed.

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Friday gifdump

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Damn, talk about sibling rivalry

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey woman who fatally stabbed her identical twin during a drunken street fight is now headed to prison.

Amanda Ramirez received a six-year sentence Thursday. The 27-year-old Camden resident had pleaded guilty in September to manslaughter.

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When it’s springtime in Alaska…

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah woman charged with a crime after her stepchildren saw her topless in her own home is fighting the case that could force her to register as a sex offender, citing a court ruling that overturned a topless ban in Colorado.

Attorneys for Tilli Buchanan argue that the law is unfair because it treats men and women differently for baring their chests. They are asking a judge to overturn her misdemeanor lewdness charges and declare that part of the law unconstitutional.

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I’m gonna guess she’s an Obama appointee

WASHINGTON — A judge has temporarily halted the first federal executions in 16 years as a lawsuit on how the government intends to carry them out continues.

U.S. District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan said in a Wednesday evening ruling that the public is not served by “short-circuiting” legitimate judicial process.

“It is greatly served by attempting to ensure that the most serious punishment is imposed lawfully,” she wrote.

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Thank you Brown, Newsom, and last but not least, Mexico

CHICO — The Special Enforcement Unit of the Butte County Sheriff’s Office made 12 arrests Monday after discovering $164,200 found stashed in a vehicle during a traffic stop on Nov. 6.

The traffic stop spurred a search warrant on properties along Bonnie Meadow Lane in Brush Creek, said a press release issued Thursday by the Sheriff’s Office.

According to the release, deputies believe the three arrested during the traffic stop were en route to buy a large amount of pot while armed.

When serving the warrant, multiple men ran into the woods but deputies detained 15 people and arrested 12, all from Mexico.

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The WSJ dares to speak the truth

The pendulum will swing back. But for now, the malfeasance of the Right in America, surrendering all moral authority (on every issue) to the Left, means the concept of law and order is on ice. We are nearing a point where black-controlled cities and counties will simply exempt black criminals from being arrested for how they flout the white man’s law.


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For your inner child

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How cold is too cold for my chickens?

Here in the North Eastern States, we will be seeing the snow flying soon.

By all accounts this year is going to be bad, so we need to prepare ourselves and our flocks for the long months ahead.

Many beginner chicken keepers are amazed at just how hardy and tough chickens are.

But still, a common concern is how cold is too cold for my chickens?

Do they need a heat lamp to keep them warm?

In this article we look at, what to do, and what not to do, for chicken winter preparation.

Make sure to read on to learn how to take care of your hens during the coldest months of the year.

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Fish tacos for days

The delivery of a dead “monster” Nile tilapia — that weighed in at 16 pounds and stretched more than two feet long — has state officials thinking of new ways to encourage fishermen to try to hook the invasive species.

Typically, Nile tilapia are about 8 inches long and weigh two to five pounds, Dan Dennison, spokesman for the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser today.

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Good ol’ Stockton

STOCKTON, Calif. — Fifty arrests were made, 42 guns were confiscated and 25 pounds of drugs were seized during Operation Red Ruins, a targeted gang takedown that focused on the Norteño street gang, authorities said Tuesday.

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Whatever turns you on, I guess

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No regrets

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — A Memphis woman said she’s not sorry she ran down a security guard and a parent outside a South Memphis school.

Police said the security guard at Soulsville Charter School on Monday got a complaint about car that was double-parked and blocking other parents from dropping off their children. They said an argument between the driver of that vehicle and the security guard quickly turned violent.

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“We’re outta here”

After more than 15 years in New Britain Connecticut, AR maker Stag Arms says they are pulling up stakes and moving to the more gun-friendly state of Wyoming.

The company will move to Cheyenne later this year after an effort to pick a new location that was announced in June. The shift follows similar recent moves by other firearms companies, most notably Weatherby and Magpul, who left California and Colorado, respectively, for new operations in Wyoming.

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Who wears a bow tie so early in the day?

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Gun and Alcohol Case Could Put Citizens at Risk in Their Own Homes

U.S.A. – -( “The Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments in February to decide whether a law prohibiting gun owners from carrying firearms while intoxicated should be applied inside a gun owner’s home,” the Associated Press reported Saturday. Seeing an opportunity for a new and intrusive way to catch more gun owners in the disarmament net, the gun-grabbers are arguing that upholding an arrest is necessary for “the safety of Ohio residents and responding police officers.”

That dovetails nicely (for them) with an overall strategy to disarm citizens convicted of driving under the influence. And it moves things from the public setting right into the home, which is where the long game goal has always been.


I rarely drink anymore, but no, I don’t unload my sidearm and rifles to lock them in the safe when I do. For one thing, I’m way past the stage where I’m fascinated by guns to the point I’ll pull one out and play with it while drinking any more than I would a torque wrench. I mean, they’re both tools, nothing more and nothing less.
But then again, I can’t remember the last time I got so falling down drunk that I’d do stupid shit without thinking about it, so there’s that.

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