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Thursday, 21 January 2016 10:38

Snowpocalypse 2016

Written by The Super Geek

Hide Yo Bread, Hide Yo Milk, Hide Yo Eggs

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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 16:50

How to properly handle a bitch fit

Written by The Super Geek
Thursday, 19 June 2014 09:20

The Five Sickest 'Sick Day' Excuses

Written by The Super Geek

Ah, the Sick Day....

A siren song calling you back to bed, out to a sunny beach with friends or to any one of a number of magical places that aren’t the doctor’s office. You’re not alone in feeling the temptation to call in sick: a whopping 34% of employees who call in sick “just don’t feel like going to work,” according to a 2012 Career Builder study. And while some employers are prone to suspicion or outright detective work (28% reported checking in on a “sick” employee, and 16% of managers went as far as driving by their house), many are actually in favor of restorative mental health days.

 

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Thursday, 23 January 2014 13:23

Meanwhile In Florida... Justin Bieber Arrested

Written by The Super Geek

Miami Beach police confirmed that singer Justin Bieber was arrested for drag racing and DUI on Thursday. According to WTVJ in Miami, he was driving a rented Lamborghini.

NBC News has been told that it's not clear Bieber was arrested for drag racing, but confirmed he is in custody. The sources also noted that another car was pulled over in front of the pop star's vehicle.

Miami Beach Police spokesman Sgt. Bobby Hernandez told NBC Miami that the incident occurred at about 4 a.m. Hernandez also said that Bieber failed a sobriety test at the scene.

According to the Miami Beach PD's Twitter account, another person was arrested along with the pop star.

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Wanna Get High? World Fastest & Highest Freefall Attempt

Skydiver Felix Baumgartner breaks sound barrier in death-defying free-fall

Daredevil jumps from 24 miles up in world's first successful attempt at a supersonic skydive!

And Southpark's Towlie is there to witness it all.

 

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Angry Birds - Mitt Romney Edition Big Bird is Pissed & It Just Got Real

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Macys Herald Square NYMacy's it sucks when the guy next door buys a New Ferrari that makes your Aged Mercedes look like a busted up old Pinto.

Time to catch up in Herald Square NY, you are begninning to show your age.

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Monday, 18 June 2012 05:50

Rodney King Dead - RIP Everybody Else

Written by The Super Geek

Rodney King May Be Dead, but Before You Feel Bad, He Wasn't all that Innocent.
Take a Look at his Arrest Record.

Everybody Else May all be Able to Rest in Peace a Little Bit More Now.

rodney king deadRodney King, whose beating by Los Angeles police in 1991 was caught on camera and sparked riots after the acquittal of the four officers involved, was found dead in his swimming pool Sunday, authorities and his fiancee said. He was 47.

Police in Rialto, California, received a 911 call from King's fiancee, Cynthia Kelly, about 5:25 a.m., said Capt. Randy De Anda. Responding officers found King at the bottom of the pool, removed him and performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation until paramedics arrived. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital, police said.

There were no preliminary signs of foul play, De Anda said, and no obvious injuries on King's body. Police are conducting a drowning investigation, he said, and King's body would be autopsied.

The Arrest Record of Rodney King

Rodney King's criminal history played a large role in the high-speed chase that led to his arrest, in his controversial and violent arrest, and in the trials that followed.  King explained his decision to flee--at a speed exceeding 110 mph--from CHP officers as resulting from a fear that his arrest for speeding would lead to a revocation of his parole and a return to prison: "I was scared of going back to prison and I just kind of thought the problem would just go away."  Sergeant Stacey Koon, the supervising officer at King's arrest, concluded (correctly, it turned out) from King's "buffed out appearance" that he was most likely an ex-con who had been working out on prison weights--and assumed therefore that he was a dangerous character.  Finally, it was King's criminal history that explained the decision of prosecutors to keep him off the witness stand.  If King testified, defense attorneys would be allowed to present the jury with his record of arrests--a record that might influence their deliberations.

Many of King's problems with the law stem from his serious drinking problem.  According to his parole officer, Tim Fowler, King "was a basically decent guy with borderline intelligence....His problem was alcoholism."

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