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By DLFerguson, published on Jun 6, 2007

...future and tell what’s going to happen to him before it happens. He uses this talent to rake in some extra cash at the blackjack tables until one shitty night when he finds himself preventing a robbery that hasn’t happened yet and winds up on the run from not only the Las Vegas Police Department but also FBI Special Agent Callie Ferris (Julianne Moore) Turns out that Agent Ferris knows all about the special power Cris has, apparently from studying casino videotapes and somehow she’s convinced herself that Cris can help her find and stop a band of terrorists who have ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, movie, police, shooting

The Vagina and Its' Natural Enemies

By Reza B, published on May 29, 2007

...diarrhea itself that is consuming the diarrhea; it's called poetic license - look into it, and, in doing so, annihilate any vagina(s) misfortunate enough to be in the vicinity when he does. (See, almost every episode of COPS, March 11, 1989 - Present, Fox; see also generally, the many many police chases broadcast by LA's own KCAL 9 TV). THE BOA CONSTRICTOR Isolated and alone, this predator lays in silent ambush awaiting that unsuspecting female that will wander beneath the branches of his lair. The Boa Constrictor, or BC, is that guy for whom every waking moment of his... (more)

Tags: police, restaurant, sex

Spider Man 3: Movie Review

By DLFerguson, published on May 24, 2007

...real killer. The true killer is Flint Marko (Thomas Hayden Church) who has escaped from prison. Flint Marko’s only desire is to see his daughter cured of her debilitating disease but his wife (Teresa Russell) forbids Flint to see her. It’s while trying to evade the extensive police dragnet around the city that Flint falls into some kind of experimental test area and has his molecules accidentally fused on the atomic level with sand molecules and so Flint Marko becomes the super powered Sandman. If all that wasn’t enough, an alien symbiote has latched on to Peter... (more)

Tags: new york, manhattan, movie, police, superman, batman, shooting

Illegal Alien Workers Cost Americans Money : Part 3

By sanity check, published on May 22, 2007

...an economic expansion resulting from the influx of illegals ignores the offsetting negative impacts. The illegals do spend the money they make but all it takes is one trip to the Emergency room and a hospital is left with a huge, unpaid medical bill that eventually is passed on to Americans. Police departments, EMTs, social services, educational providers have all created programs to deal with illegals. In many parts of the country, that means hiring ADDITIONAL staff that can speak Spanish and handle the increased case loads created by the illegals. Allowing illegal workers into the U.S. ... (more)

Tags: police, illegal immigration, education

Raunch Dressing, Anyone?

By Ed Attanasio, published on May 22, 2007

Let me have the extreme pleasure of introducing you to Marco Raphael Castro. He’s the sick little Illinois high school student who surrendered recently to face charges resulting from a revolting lunchroom prank he pulled one day during lunch. According to Wheaton police and school officials, the 17-year-old senior ejaculated into a bottle of ranch salad dressing and returned the befouled condiment to the Wheaton North High School cafeteria. It is unclear if the dressing was used by any students before the container was cleaned and refilled the following day. Castro, pictured here in these... (more)

Tags: police, gay

2007 and TOM MIX just rode into town!

By Steven Lane, published on May 17, 2007

... Early in life Jim moved in with his great-grandparents in the city of Wabeux, Montana. He went on to spend the next eighteen years of his life in this town of 567 souls. He and 18 other kids graduated from high school that year, Jim took the Mayor's daughter to the prom. (The mayor was also the police chief.) Shortly after that Jim crossed into Canada to the B7EZ Horse and Cattle ranch. 10,000 acres of grazing land. After six months someone reported him to the Canadian Border Patrol and he was returned to the US. Unbeknownst to the mighty Mounties, Jim borrowed a horse and took a two day... (more)

Tags: los angeles, movie, california, police, sex

Death by Spam

By Matt Weston, published on May 16, 2007

...you and there telling me every thing about you. So I will like to know if you will like to live or die as someone has paid for us to kill you. I am given you a grace of two days to get back to me if you are ready to pay $30,000 or I will carry on with my job. WARNING: DO NOT CONTACT POLICE OR TELL ANY ONE, IF YOU DO THAT I WILL KNOW AND I WILL EXTEND IT TO YOUR LOVE ONES. ALWAYS BE IN YOUR HOUSE BEFORE OR BY 7:PM UNTILL I MAKE OUT TIME TO SEE YOU AND GIVE YOU THE VIDEO TAPE OF MY DISCOUSION WITH THE PERSON WHO WANT YOU DEAD THEN YOU CAN USE IT TO TAKE ANY LEGAL ACTION ON HIM.... (more)

Tags: police

Haters on the Highway: Road Rage in the U.S.

By Ed Attanasio, published on May 16, 2007

...once a week) As a reaction to rude or bad driving by others, people surveyed reported that they: -- Honked their horn at the offending driver (40 percent) -- Cursed at the other driver (32 percent) -- Waved their fist or arms (9 percent) -- Made an obscene gesture (8 percent) -- Called the police to report the driver (5 percent) About one in one hundred (1 percent) said that they actually slammed into the car in front of them, although not always intentionally. "One time someone plowed into me, so I plowed into the back of another car," said one respondent. Other key findings of the ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, san francisco, atlanta, miami, police

Fracture: Lull Before the Storm

By C. Amoroso, published on May 5, 2007

...lacks in the usual sensational courtroom antics and gimmicks it more than makes up for in a thought-provoking screenplay written by Daniel Pyne and Glen Gers. Hopkins plays Ted Crawford, a scorned millionaire who shoots his adulterous wife Jennifer, played by Embeth Davidtz. When the police and hostage negotiator Rob Nunally (who just happens to be Jennifer’s lover), played by Billy Burke, arrive at the scene he sees her body on the floor and consequently her portrait on the wall—he makes the connection, goes ballistic, and begins to beat Crawford. Coincidence? I... (more)

Tags: movie, police

May Day Clash Brings LAPD Back Under Investigation

By Charles Harmison, published on May 3, 2007

Otherwise peaceful all over the country, the May Day immigration march ended in violence Tuesday as riot police opened fire on demonstrators with rubber bullets and indiscriminate beatings from batons, all captured in intimate detail by the many cameras present. Late in the day things turned ugly when Los Angeles police decided to forcibly clear MacArthur Park west of downtown in response to jeers and thrown objects from a group of individuals said to be separate from the immigration protesters who were reportedly following all rules of conduct. Some 240 rounds in all were fired out of the... (more)

Tags: los angeles, police, shooting

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