Posts Tagged ‘obnoxious’

So, along with the host of OTHER dangers presented by meth cooks, now we have brand new sources of fun. A$$holes.

Here was an interesting warning from the propane people.


Here’s an example of much faster suicide… This isn’t the brightest thing I’ve ever seen anyone do. Isn’t the dumbest either. Poor bastard.

Man jumps from plane with no parachute, dies

29-year-old follows team out of aircraft with just a camera

DUANESBURG, N.Y. – A 29-year-old man leaped out of a plane at 10,000 feet with a camera but no parachute Saturday. His body was found next to a house with a damaged roof, police said.

Sloan Carafello of Schenectady, who was observing on the flight, followed an instructor, student and videographer out the door, wearing no skydiving gear, officials said.

Police said they did not suspect foul play but would not elaborate.

Robert Rawlins, pilot and owner of the Duanesburg Skydiving Club, said he was flying the single-engine plane and had begun to close the door when Carafello jumped.

His body was found next to a house west of Albany.

Article source: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25024995/from/ET/


And an example of what I wish would be career suicide. Free speech doesn’t mean people have the right to be total asses without other people expressing their right to boycott his obnoxious brand of free speech however they want.


These days, this amounts to suicide, the way people drive.

Woman Struck, Killed by Car After Hitting Owl With Own Car

FLORIDA — Hillsborough County officials say a woman was hit and killed by a car after getting out of her own car to check on an owl she had accidentally hit.

The sheriff’s office says 68-year-old Jean Pearce was driving Sunday night in Keysville near Tampa when she hit an owl in the middle of the road. After pulling over to check on the bird, she was hit by another vehicle. Pearce died at the scene.

No charges have been filed yet against the driver, who has not been identified. The accident is still being investigated.

Meanwhile, animal control officers are checking on the condition of the owl.


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