Big Good Boob Friday

Hello , and welcome to another addition of Big Boob Friday. I had a birthday this week, but I spent it on the road on a business trip. I’m being wined and dined on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday by friends and family, so I’m the luckiest man in the world and my life is awesome.

Now, music!

 

I apologize for the lack of content, but I hope to make it up to you with ridiculously sized boobs.

Your model for today’s name seemed really familiar, although a search of H2 did not yield any results. She was born on January 30th, 1986 in Trier, Germany. Her measurements are listed as 43-24-35, she stands 5′ 6″ tall and weighs 120 lbs. Her bra size is JJ. I swear it is true.

Please leave the darn Jews alone long enough to welcome Miss Jordan Carver!

 

Happy happy happy!

 

Hey look Sean and Wiser…she likes the Angels and the Yankees!

JC

I’m like a world class big boob hunter.

280 Comments

  1. she seems nice

  2. She seems nice.

  3. **fistbumps BrewFan**

  4. I know, right?

  5. G’morn. Rockin’ the smoov jazz this morning. On account of Good Friday, I’m swearing off tits for the day. Breastful appreciation to resume tomorrow.

  6. I’ve never heard it called that before.

    *swears off tits for the 3rd time*

  7. Mornin’, boobs.

  8. Everything is awesome.

    Wakey wakey.

    My 9 year old computer finally shit the bed. Sigh.

  9. This is definitely going to affect my ability tho discuss Crackfat, Paleo, and gardening.

  10. Happy Puppy Separation Anxiety Friday.

  11. Try attachment parenting, Leon.

  12. He keeps searching for the nipple he’s sure is hidden in my beard.

  13. Tittyface Jenkins is real!

  14. It’s probably the most snuggly phase of your body. He misses his littermates.

  15. Tits McGhee

  16. Blah blah blah ta ta ta.

  17. Leon got a puppy?

    Awesome.

  18. He might one day be as big as Faceripper, even.

    Right now I think he’s one pound, and asleep.

  19. What kind of dog?

  20. Stop taking selfies, MJ!

    Seems NSFW, but is kinda safe.

  21. Pomadachshund. His father is a 4# Pomeranian, mom is a 7# dachshund.

  22. >>Right now I think he’s one pound, and asleep.

    Leon has become quite good at judging the weight of protein sources without actually measuring.

  23. It’s true. I can also tell you when you’re holding about 3 oz of carrots.

  24. Are you going to get a dog-purse? I’m sure MJ could recommend a good one.

  25. Good morning, cool kids.

  26. Pupster looks happy.

  27. His father is a 4# Pomeranian, mom is a 7# dachshund.

    I don’t see him pulling a cart.

  28. Are you going to get a dog-purse? I’m sure MJ could recommend a good one.
    ——————————
    Hahahahahha.

    You bitch.

  29. I suggested we get him a baby sling for right now so we can work while he stays close.

    Pupster, he has two potential uses:
    1) Barking when strangers are near/in the house.
    2) Making my wife happy.

  30. Good dog on BBF!

    http://is.gd/q6ryp0

  31. Leon in a few months

  32. Comment by leoncaruthers on April 18, 2014 9:28 am

    2) Making my wife happy.
    ============
    Did she teach him that “searching fo the nipple” thing?

  33. No, he does that instinctively. And his breath is death.

  34. Serial Pooper

    *applies for copyright

  35. I think that’s my exit. If I’d gone to the office, I’d have seen it.

    Neat.

  36. That’s a digital billboard, if I’m right, so it switches every 30s or so. It mostly announces EMU events and shames businesses for using non-union labor.

  37. Which, conversely, tells me which businesses to patronize.

  38. Fuck the City of Ann Arbor. Fuck its inspectors. Fuck Fireorb fireplace manufacturing in Chicago who supplied a unit with an expired UL label. Fuck rich clients who can afford a $650,000 downtown 2 bedroom loft, and want a wood burning fireplace, and want to supply it themselves and just hire us to install it so all we get paid for is labor and no markup on a fucking $6,500 fireplace that looks like a black door knob. Fuck my guys who got the flue a sixteenth of an inch too close to combustibles. Fuck everything.

  39. Trier is one of Fort Worth’s sister cities. Both TiFW DD#1 and DD#2 have been there. DD#3 didn’t take German in HS, so she didn’t go.

    I’ll have to ask DD#1 if her Sister City friends went to HS with today’s BBF gal – they were born in the same year.

    All of the German kids LOVED the all-you-can-eat buffets here in America. We took our “student” out shooting – she had a blast!

  40. Bad day, HS?

  41. Ugh, looks like the inspectors got ahold of the doorknob installation.

    That sucks, HS.

  42. That sounds like a fat load of bullshit, HS, sympathies.

    *fires up barn illegal barn fireplace made of a 55-gallon drum on hand-welded stilts*

  43. Imma gonna make a smoker out of a barrel. Looks pretty cool!

  44. I bet I could turn this thing into a smoker if I vented the chimney correctly.

    I actually haven’t dared to use it. I’m too fearful of a spark getting to the hayloft.

  45. Hotspur, a question: if one were to build townhouses in bulk, say a 100 townhouses, each 1500 SqFt with a one car attached garage and no basement. Ignoring land acquisition cost, what do you reckon will be the ballpark per unit cost? I don’t need accuracy. A general range will do. These will be lowest acceptable quality, with the express purpose of renting them out. Durability will be preferred over beauty.

  46. I should have typed it in all caps.

  47. Tushar, have you tried getting a quote from one of the manufactured home companies?

  48. Tushar, it depends on location. Costs vary greatly throughout the US. The more populated areas have the higher labor and materials prices.

    Here in Ann Arbor, the units would “cost” around $200k. And you have to hope you don’t get stuck with a dick head bastard fucking douche turd cock faced bunch of goddamn inspectors.

  49. Tushar, have you tried getting a quote from one of the manufactured home companies?

    He said built for durability.

  50. My house was built in Elkhart, IN, and shipped here on two flatbeds.

  51. It’s 15yo with no signs of wear. New roof in 5-10 years, probably.

  52. You could always price one of the concrete house printers.

  53. $200k??

    Leon, I am just thinking about stuff right now. To early to get quotes etc.

    So here is the deal: in Jacksonville FL, the mortgage bubble had significant impact. 20-25 year old properties that were once selling for $125k are now going for $75-80k (purchase plus repairs). These can be rented out for $900-1000 a month. Very lucrative. The trouble is, there are not too many coming on the market because banks are hoarding their foreclosure portfolio. New construction has not kicked in yet. Rental demand is very strong.

    So, I was wondering, what if I built townhouses with the express purpose of renting them out? I was hoping for a per unit cost of say $100k. $200 k is way too much. It completely destroys any profit potential.

  54. Other than the subtle “kill the jews” look in her eyes, she’s rather attractive.

    http://bit.ly/1hTf6RW

  55. The trouble is, there are not too many coming on the market because banks are hoarding their foreclosure portfolio.

    Can you get a financial detective of some sort to find a smaller institution that can’t manage the risk as well and might be willing to offload the inventory?

  56. Leon, I got that part down. We can sniff out properties even the realtors are unaware of. Me and my friend are buying like crazy. But I am thinking big. I want to know where next can we take this.

  57. New construction has not kicked in yet.

    $200 k is way too much. It completely destroys any profit potential. It completely destroys any profit potential.

    Yep. If it ever does kick in, expect the demand for rentals to plummet.

  58. Tushar, here’s the problem with our burst housing bubble. The value of properties dropped like MJ trousers at the Aut Bar. However, the cost to build did not drop at all. If anything it went up. Wages stagnated, but cost of materials jumped because of fuel prices.

    Hence, new construction came to a standstill. We are only just now beginning to see a comeback in housing starts.

    Your best bet in this market would be to acquire existing homes. Maybe later new construction will make sense. Plus building in FL is done mostly by illegals. Quality/durability is not on their agenda.

  59. From Hotspur’s Poopdate:

    Officials have discovered feces on the slide so frequently that police installed a hidden camera to try to capture an image of the act.

    Now, THIS is clever: Reveal the “hidden” camera. If the poopetrator can read, and if he’s intent on continuing his reign of terror, he’s just been alerted to mechanical surveillance, which can be addressed easily – a quick squirt of black Krylon or wipe of vaseline across the lens of the camera would render the thing useless and leave The Deucemaker free to drop his #2s without fear.

    Smart. And very, very helpful.

  60. Pupster, agreed, but there will always be demand for rentals because some people just don’t have what it takes to be homeowners for a variety of reasons.
    We are aware that rental demand can go down, that is why we purchase only in decent areas. Most of my properties are walking distance from a decent golf club, for example. If the rental potential goes away, we will sell the properties and walk away. We are acquiring them at or far below market price.

  61. And, Leon, I did not mean to imply that manufactured houses are no good. But in a rental situation, the occupants often don’t treat the property as if it were their own. They break shit all the time, then call the landlord and say “Hey, the glass on my stove door just broke.” Landlord says “How?” Renter says “I don’t now. It just got that way.”

  62. Hopspur, my definition of durability is this: the renter should not be able to trash it too much, and I should not have to change siding and roof every three years. When I buy, I change the roof even if it has some life left.

    I agree about just going for existing homes for now.

  63. Telling ya, concrete house printer. Durability guaranteed.

  64. Tushar, major metropolitan areas all have their registers of deeds computerized and accessible by internet. There’s no reason you can’t search the databases by bank name to find properties on which to make offers. In fact, there are a lot of options – searches by local lender names (including credit unions), regional lender names, and specific national mortgage lenders. While the financial institutions may be hoarding, they would much rather have cash than residential real estate, which requires upkeep, taxes, etc. It may take a bit of legwork, but you could score some really nice property for eminently reasonable purchase prices. BTW, credit unions would be great targets – they’re member-owned and really, really, really don’t want to be residential property owners.

  65. I agree about just going for existing homes for now.

    Another factor is building codes. Current codes, especially in places like FL have much more stringent requirements, such as wind loading, hurricane straps, sprinklers, etc. These make new construction difficult to compete with existing houses that were built in older code cycles.

    Please also be aware that the EPA now regulates lead safe practices in any house built before 1978. Steer clear of these. You will be held responsible for any disturbance of 6 s.f. of interior surface, or 20 s.f. of exterior surface. Lead Safe Practices are expensive, but no where near the fines if you get caught violation the rules.

  66. Actually, Tushar, I’d probably search the tax assessors’ records, now that I think about it. Those are also internet accessible, usually.

  67. $30,000 per violation.

  68. Also, I’d also search the legal news and court records for forfeitures and sheriff’s and tax sales both for prospective purchases and for completed actions where lenders obtained title..

  69. Guys, I got the existing property game figured. Piece of cake. But I can only get so big on that. That is why I wanted to explore the next, mass scale. Looks like that is not happening for now.

    Hotspur, thanks for the lead thingy. I was not aware. My properties are all mid eighties to mid nineties. So hopefully they were not built out of pure unadulterated lead.

  70. I am having to let go of good properties because I don’t have enough rolling cash.

  71. Excellent work today, Pupster!

  72. Hotspur, sympathies for your trouble with the cockfaced inspectors. Self-important little pricks. Authority positions really do hold great appeal for people who need power to augment their self-esteem.

  73. You ought to make an infomercial, Tushar. Billy Mays’ studios were in Florida – you could hook up with that Aussie partner of his and sell a property acquisition plan.

  74. Tushar, here’s the problem with our burst housing bubble. The value of properties dropped like MJ trousers at the Aut Bar. However, the cost to build did not drop at all. If anything it went up. Wages stagnated, but cost of materials jumped because if fuel prices.
    Hence, new construction came to a standstill. We are only just now beginning to see a comeback in housing starts.
    Your best bet in this market would be to acquire existing homes. Mybe later new construction will make sense. Plus building in FL is done mostly by illegals. Quality/durability is not on their agenda.
    ———————————————
    This is very solid advice. If it matters, half of the business I work in is related to new construction, although it is not my area of expertise.

  75. Heh, Jazz.

    I am always leery of people who want to sell me a plan to get rich. If it is so lucrative, just do it yourself and enjoy the riches! Why let other people in and create competitors for yourself?

  76. This is strictly coming from an engineer’s perspective: I would think houses manufactured in factories would be better quality, because you can have better quality control. Cheaper too, because you are mass producing and can employ specialized tools.

  77. No idea why everyone at the gym was laughing at me.

  78. Hahahahaha

    Right on, Tushar.

    I was persuaded to attend a seminar back in the 80s put on by this “expert” in the construction business. It was three days long, and after the first half day, it was apparent that his experience was so outdated that he didn’t know his ass from third base in the current market.

    His courses came with a money back guarantee, which I applied for but he never made good on. So in reality, the way he made his money was by suckering people into his courses.

  79. Tushar, that might hold water, except the codes for manufactured houses are far less stringent than the codes builders have to meet. It’s a big issue that the National Association of Home Builders has been fighting for decades.

  80. This is strictly coming from an engineer’s perspective: I would think houses manufactured in factories would be better quality, because you can have better quality control. Cheaper too, because you are mass producing and can employ specialized tools.

    Ugliness, the problem of different building codes in different parts of the country which limits economies of scale, and the cost of shipping partially competed houses across country. There are some companies out there experimenting with new production techniques, as I recall. They don’t necessarily ship the house fully complete, but they’ll prefabricate everything at the factory and ship it to be assembled on site.

  81. Because it’s easier to say than do, and if someone will actually pay you to say, well… The path of least resistance and all, right?

    My original comment was made for humor’s sake, but, really, the suggestion is not so far out there. Marketing a property acquisition plan would just be switching primary generators of wealth, abandoning a slower engine for a speedier, more efficient, and lucrative one. Of course, capital from the plan sales would give you access to markets you don’t currently play in, so, if you wanted to continue in the property game, you could do it on a much grander scale – leaving behind the souls you’ve enlightened through your educational venture.

    So in reality, the way he made his money was by suckering people into his courses.

    EXACTLY!!!! Free-zy money!!!!

  82. Sharing this eamil form my priest:

    GOOD FRIDAY THOUGHTS

    Power. It’s a drug that seduces everyone, an addiction that afflicts us all. We don’t think of it as a drug but it is… and it is heady. Those who have power always want more. The Evil One, the Serpent, offered it to Adam and Eve telling them it would make them like God. They could decide for themselves what was right or wrong, what was true or what was not true. They would control reality. The lie infected their very nature. “Truth? Pilate asked. “What is truth?”

    Those who rule over us want more power in order to have greater control over us. They fancy themselves as gods, just as does Satan.

    Our Savior was born among us in poverty and powerlessness, tightly wrapped in swaddling bands and placed in a feeding trough for animals. Our Savior died naked and nailed on a cross totally immobilized, in total poverty. After all, true poverty is the inability to access power. It’s where the Evil One wants us so he can have total control over us. He caused our Savior to be placed in a tomb, dead, immobilized and out of sight, with a great stone at its entrance, sealed and guarded by soldiers.

    Rising from the dead our Savior smashed power in its very nature, making human power powerless, neutralizing its drug-like effect, revealing Satan’s lie, giving us a new Adam and a new Eve. Now, in the Garden of the Resurrection, we can walk in the glorious freedom of the children of God. True power is now ours. It’s no wonder that the rulers of this world want to keep our Savior hidden and locked, removed from our world, back in a tomb.

    But our Savior is risen and lives now amongst us.

    Alleluia!

    Two sentences struck me.

    It’s where the Evil One wants us so he can have total control over us.

    and

    It’s no wonder that the rulers of this world want to keep our Savior hidden and locked, removed from our world, back in a tomb.

  83. Also, being a slumlord sucks. It’s kind of a pain in the ass, although I’ve been lucky.

    I’d much rather pump my money into the market, balance it properly, then watch it vanish when I’m about to retire and live out my last days in a cardboard box on Car in’s property.

  84. Things happen on site that you can’t account for in a factory…if the foundation is a quarter bubble off, or if the plumber/electrician/excavator whatever is incompetent or makes a mistake or two, you deal with that during construction a lot easier than if your house shows up on a truck and it don’t line up.

    Also you will get better pride in workmanship with guys on site building from the ground up.

    $20

  85. I hope that sexual assault lawyer goes to town in Hollywood. He says he’s got a bunch of lawsuits lined up against the establishment pervs. Man, I’d love to see the guts ripped out of that machine. That whole weird underculture seems so entwined with Hollywood business and so blatant. Every motherfucker that even knows about shit like that and tolerates it should be exposed, even if they can’t be sued. “XXX let kids get raped and didn’t say anything!”

  86. I’d much rather pump my money into the market, balance it properly, then watch it vanish when I’m about to retire and live out my last days in a cardboard box on Car in’s property.

    Given our age difference I might or might not see you there. But I’d buy you a beer if I do.

  87. Sharing this eamil form my priest:

    Thank you Hotspur.

    Now I feel bad about sending those fireplace inspectors over.

  88. Hahahahaha

    Jazz, pedophilia laws will be classified as antiquated laws next. Why should you judge who they have sex with and what they do in their own bedroom?

    Mind you own damn business.

  89. HA HA HA HA

  90. The problem with having “consenting adult” as your only standard, is that very quickly the definitions get loosed for “consent” and “adult”.

  91. Given our age difference I might or might not see you there. But I’d buy you a beer if I do.
    ———————–
    Beer? 1%er!!!!

    At that point I’ll be drinking Thunderbird.

  92. Pupster, that guy was my go to person when I returned to my faith after abandoning it for 25 years. He is a total inspiration.

    He is a lawyer who in the midst of a very successful career decided at the age of forty to enter the seminary. He is unlike any priest I’ve ever known. He is wise, and he is articulate, and he is a caring loving man. Everything I get from him has relevance to my life in the real world.

  93. So this Pilate guy, who sentenced Jesus to die, was also a fitness freak. That is why I am wary of people like Carin and Leon.

  94. Jazz, pedophilia laws will be classified as antiquated laws next. Why should you judge who they have sex with and what they do in their own bedroom?

    No no no. It’s not enough to do something in the privacy of your own bedroom. No, you have to be able to publically celebrate your lifestyle without fear of being judged. Until the day when transsexual swingers can hold a public barbeque and bring their kids down at the local park, our country will be awash in H8.

  95. So this Pilate guy, who sentenced Jesus to die, was also a fitness freak. That is why I am wary of people like Carin and Leon.

    Rest easy – they’re not very good with sentences.

  96. So this Pilate guy, who sentenced Jesus to die, was also a fitness freak. That is why I am wary of people like Carin and Leon.

    PaleoJesus turned water into water, because it wasn’t his cheat day so he couldn’t eat bread and wine.

  97. Building inspectors suck, HS. Here, construction was super slow, so every job got red flagged so they could perform more follow up inspections.

  98. Jerb security.

  99. Yeah, Pepe, we got treated to a huge dose of that as well.

  100. This is one of the reasons I will miss spending summers up north.

    http://tickets.interlochen.org/arts-festival

  101. I had high hopes for Eric Cantor in his early days. “A conservative Jew!”, I thought, “He’s gonna make converts.” Heh. Not only has he failed to impress, he makes me wonder if he’s a plant sometimes. So establishment, and kinda shady, too.

  102. My friend is a plumber and uses the clear primer on PVC because he’s had issues with the purple staining stuff. They got a new inspector and she wouldn’t clear any of his work on a job because she couldn’t see the purple. My friend is OCD and does everything better than code.

  103. hahahahahahahaha Howie Carr:

    She needs to take a DNA test.

    I dare you, Sen. Warren. It only costs about $200. If you insist, I’ll pay for it. In fact, I’ll take one myself. It’s easy. Just swab the inside of your mouth. Check my photo on the left, I’ll show you how to do it.

    No more of this fact-free nonsense about your “high cheekbones,” or these ridiculous fables about your parents “eloping” to escape the racism of the Indian Territory when they actually returned to their hick hometown that same evening for a traditional wedding party.

    The only explanation you haven’t trotted out yet is that you instantly knew you were an Indian when you first heard Cher on the AM radio belting out “Half Breed.”

    http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/howie_carr/2014/04/carr_elizabeth_warren_take_my_dna_challenge

  104. Our betters are spending our tax money wisely, as usual:

    On Friday, the Obama administration stated that it would make a multi-pronged attack on cow flatulence, in an attempt to cut methane emissions.

    http://weaselzippers.us/183188-finally-scientists-unveil-latest-weapon-against-global-warming-cow-fartpacks/

  105. Jordan Carver is found often on my Twitter timeline. It’s almost as if someone here was paying attention to it

  106. Our neighbor across the street has been having problems with the effete young man at City Hall while trying to get a building permit – kid took one look at pictures of his pier-and-beam foundation and said, “I’m really worried when I see this….it just bothers me.”

    Told him he had to get a structural engineer out there to sign off on his foundation being “safe”.

    Of course, the kid doesn’t have the first clue about foundations, house construction, engineering, etc.

  107. That Carr article is hilarious.

  108. Pets page updated. I’ll add a conscious shot later.

  109. Gym time.

  110. If it makes you feel any better, Car in, you should know my old laptop shit the bed last night as well.

  111. Jiminy Christmas. We’re all paying for this fucking debacle.

    But the question is how will a broke city pay even for these “restructured” retiree obligations?

    Part of the answer is by squeezing Detroit’s private creditors. That’s fine. After all, they should have known better than to loan money to a city that had maxed out its credit card and was taxing its residents to the hilt. (For example, Orr is offering general obligation bondholders, traditionally regarded as secured and therefore entitled to full payment, 74 cents on the dollar. This will allow him to save $56 million over 10 years to ensure the most vulnerable retirees remain above the poverty line.) [Jazz’s edit: Complete motherfucking bullshit, and a product of O’s lawless Chrysler & GM bankruptcies. “Rule of law” my ass.]

    But what’s not fine is the scheme hatched by Gov. Rick Snyder, who is facing re-election in November and is eager to wrap up the bankruptcy before that. To get retirees on board, he has proposed to divert $350 million of tobacco settlement money over 20 years to them via the Detroit Institute of Arts – in complete disregard for what the money was originally meant for.

    Even less fine is the Obama administration’s bailout plan. It wants to hand Detroit $100 million from the federal Hardest Hit Fund to city retirees. This fund was created for homeowners wiped out during the housing meltdown. So simply forking over the money to retirees would run afoul of congressional intent. Hence, it’ll hand it over to Orr for blight removal — who will hand over his blight removal funds to city pensioners. Got it?

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/detroit-bailout-plans-just-paper-over-the-problem-with-more-money/article/2547419

    Can you even believe this shite? Burn the fucking shithole down and just say “fuck it.”

  112. http://tinyurl.com/cl8wtsv

  113. Well, of course it is!

  114. Have you all heard of this ‘Christian comedian’?

    http://www.faithit.com/the-problem-with-being-an-atheist-today/#.U01UIA8I2zw.facebook

  115. We’ve got a manufactured home doublewide up at the farm. HOLY GUACOMOLE, does that thing cost more to heat/cool than our 2 story home.

    The owner before us burned a lot of wood.

    The one good thing is that when we laid the new floor, everything was pretty squared.

  116. *gets lighter out of pocket*

    Just got back from a really nice Birthday lunch with my cow orkers, just one more meeting to get through and then we DRINK!

    MIL is making me BBQ ribs for dinner just like Mom used to do for my birthday.

    I am the luckiest man alive and my life is awesome.

  117. I added Nessie the Wonder Dog to the Pet’s page too.

    Benedict is a mouthful when he is drinking out of the toilet, you going with Ben, Benny, or Dict?

  118. No one in media would be willing to take the mouth swab DNA challenge. The tests will show that they are all Obama clones, and there will be mayhem.

  119. My life isn’t quite as good as Pupster’s.

    http://tinyurl.com/m63p5ar

  120. I am the luckiest man alive and my life is awesome.

    It’s awesome when you really mean it, innit?

  121. Benedict is a mouthful when he is drinking out of the toilet, you going with Ben, Benny, or Dict?

    Il Papa, perhaps?

  122. Oh – and fuck Boehner and his immigration reform. I’m writing my Congressman to urge him to tell Boehner to fuck himself. My congressman is Amash, so there’s a fair chance he’ll do it.

  123. Alternate headline:

    “Infamous Soulless Gollum Pantomimes Religious Ritual”

  124. Fuck, I misspelled “golem”

  125. Lighning, my ass. That might qualify for fire and brimstone.

  126. Craving ….

  127. Shouldn’t they be washing hers? Or mowing her lawn? Or washing her car? Or cooking her dinner? Or doing her laundry? Or dusting? Or vacuuming?

  128. Wait.

    Are those real??

  129. Wut?

  130. Are you talking to Carin?

  131. Good grief:

    Police officers trying to find out who was behind a fake Twitter account set up in the name of Peoria’s mayor have raided a home, seizing computers and phones and hauling several people in to be questioned.

    Tuesday’s raid was carried out by seven plainclothes officers even though Twitter had suspended the account several weeks ago, the (Peoria) Journal Star reported (http://bit.ly/1kDakbH ).Three people at the home were brought to a police station to be interviewed, as were two other people who were met by police at their workplaces.

    No arrests were made in connection with the Twitter account, but one of the residents was charged with possession of marijuana. Police Chief Steve Settingsgaard says officers were investigating it as a possible case of impersonating a public official, an offense punishable with a fine of up to $2,500 and up to a year in jail.

    http://thesouthern.com/ap/state/fake-peoria-mayor-twitter-account-prompts-raid/article_421c4d9d-3439-5ee3-bf56-c5634078cc86.html

    It’s a motherfucking misdemeanor, and they raid a house – with SEVEN plainclothes cops, and they search the ENTIRE house? Goddamned, I hate fucking law enforcement and fucking government attorneys. Motherfuckers.

  132. Moar:

    The @Peoriamayor account began in late February or early March with a photo of Ardis and a bio that stated he enjoyed serving the city and included his city email address.
    * * *
    By about March 10, the bio of the Twitter account was changed to indicate it was a parody account.

    [Police Chief] Settingsgaard, however, said the intent of the account was not clearly satirical.

    “I don’t agree it was obvious, and in fact it appears that someone went to great lengths to make it appear it was actually from the mayor,” Settingsgaard said in an email response to questions.

    http://www.pjstar.com/article/20140416/NEWS/140419123/?tag=1

    Because “Parody Account” in the bio is less than obvious. Right. Fucking gestapo.

  133. Wait.

    Are those real??

  134. I’m not convinced. I may have to find out via the google machine.

  135. More law enforcement shananigans:

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is using a new surveillance program utilizing the technology of a private contractor doing business under the not-scary-at-all name of “Persistent Surveillance Systems.” This gives the LASD a literal eye in the sky that provides coverage it can’t achieve with systems already in place. But it does more than just give the LASD yet another camera. It provides the agency with some impressive tools to manipulate the recordings.
    The system, known as wide-area surveillance, is something of a time machine – the entire city is filmed and recorded in real time. Imagine Google Earth with a rewind button and the ability to play back the movement of cars and people as they scurry about the city.
    * * *
    [W]here does the public fit into all of this? Were privacy concerns addressed before moving forward with Persistent Surveillance Systems? I’m not even going to try to set up this astounding response from an LASD officer. Just read it:

    “The system was kind of kept confidential from everybody in the public,” (LASD Sgt.) Iketani said. “A lot of people do have a problem with the eye in the sky, the Big Brother, so in order to mitigate any of those kinds of complaints, we basically kept it pretty hush-hush.”

    http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140415/07371926919/la-sheriffs-dept-new-surveillance-program-we-knew-public-wouldnt-like-it-so-we-kept-it-secret.shtml

  136. How are things over at HR, MJ?

    http://imgur.com/gallery/vt5Vx

  137. I’m not convinced. I may have to find out via the google machine.

    *gasp*

  138. Reaction to Pupster’s Bday:

    http://is.gd/xRHGci

  139. This is funny

  140. Reaction to MJ’s party invitation:

    http://is.gd/gVFYva

  141. Dude.

  142. Reaction to pupster in general:

    http://is.gd/HR1Pac

  143. http://www.dogshaming.com/2014/04/ball-buster-2/

  144. Dude.
    ———————
    Haha. Pot dog treats.

  145. Tushar are you in IT or an engineer?

  146. MJ, I did my bachelors in engineering, then my MBA majoring in finance, and now I work on wall street developing software for investment banking. So yeah, I am all over the fucking place.

  147. Ah, that makes sense. http://is.gd/3ATpNl

    I’ll give you a million high fives if you ever say ‘Thank you, come again,’ as everyone leaves a meeting that you are hosting.

  148. MJ, Americans have given up on application development. The people i work with are all mostly Indian, Chinese and a sprinkling of Russians.

    However, real deal computing, the stuff that happens in Google, Apple, Oracle and the like, is still done by Americans. The rest of us can put brick upon brick and build something. Only Americans can do radically transformative stuff on a regular basis.

  149. Our in house Oracle gurus are mostly Americans. Weird.

    Sort of funny: when I’m home I usually take the dog for a walk at 3pm.

    At that time there are about 30 Indian guys outside of the office building next door smoking. It’s Bank of America’s IT building. Took me awhile to figure it out, but I laughed when I did.

    I’m a total racist so it’s ok.

  150. Oh yes. Bank IT departments are browner than a UPS parking lot.

  151. Hahahaha

  152. Hey Tush, Sobek was complaining to you about getting ‘profiled’ at an Indian restaurant over at IB.

  153. Thanks, Laura. I just answered him. And you have still not looked at my video and said awwww.

  154. Can you send it to my google email? I feel weird about asking Scott for his password.

  155. You have a google email?? I did not know that.
    Whats ur id?

  156. >> I feel weird about asking Scott for his password.

    No problem I can give it to you if you want.

  157. Dave, I digged up Lauras gmail address and shared the video with her. Lets see if she sees it. I wish i could share that video with all Hostages, but for reasons of privacy I can only share it with gmail users. I do think I have put in a Oscar worthy performance. The supporting cast is not bad either.

  158. Tushar, you *could* upload it to youtube, and change the privacy settings.

  159. XBrad, let me take a look at that one.
    BTW, you have a gmail acct and I shared it with you.

  160. I saw it, and said “awww….”

  161. Good. You have an appreciation for high art.

  162. pupstersez at g mail dot indian

  163. Greetings, munches of butt.

  164. Oh, FFS – it’s a good thing I don’t watch either of these shows. Is it too much to ask that the First Lady show some decorum and NOT appear on “fictional” TV shows?

    http://weaselzippers.us/183285-underexposed-first-lady-to-appear-on-episodes-of-nbcs-parks-and-recreation-and-abcs-nashville/

  165. RACIST

  166. Seems like a lot of trouble for a prostate massage.

  167. This makes me want to grow a beard:

    http://tinyurl.com/lbddd3o

  168. Well, that’ll put a damper on all of the festivities:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2014/04/18/Dead-Body-Found-During-Kids-Easter-Egg-Hunt

  169. I have a gmail address and I’m curious as to what we are awwwwing about.

  170. DOOMED!

    http://imgur.com/gallery/ivLYnPB

    /Scott

  171. Why not 1,001?

  172. Pupster, video sent.

    MJ, it is a silly video of me with my kids.
    If you are still interested, give me ur gmail addy.

  173. Worst Easter egg hunt ever

  174. We’re mostly calling him Benny.

  175. Yankee also responds to Bubba, Dorkus, Dork and Shithead.

  176. The dead guy?

  177. I think I worked a double today.

  178. Tushar, there’s at least one area where Americans still do a lot of application development. The area where only Americans can legally do it.

    The addition of a puppy to the household appears to have created dramatic upheaval for the two felines.

  179. Leon, true. I can work in defense related fields after I get my citizenship and. Security clearance. But I am not sure it is worth the hassle.

  180. The fingerprinting and interview are easy. Anal probing can get a bit harsh. Totally not worth it.

  181. MJ’s got security clearance?

  182. I’m on my second background investigation. It’s not the worst thing in the world, but I don’t know if I want to go through it again in 7 years.

    Unfortunately, I’m almost at the point in my career that I’m basically institutionalized as a government contractor.

  183. Moses also responds to “Shithead”.

    But Bubba is a better one.

  184. Scary brown guy is NOFORN

    where the white women at?

  185. MJ was here a minute ago.

  186. is he white?

  187. Whoever filled in for Rush today was awesome.

  188. I am glad that I am old. This country is going to suck pretty soon.

  189. Dave, during my second year in US, I worked in a DC area company. Though I was not directly involved in their Dod related work, my work had the potential of being used in their more sensitive projects later on. So they had to apply for a clearance for me. Surprisingly there is a level of clearance available to foreigners. At that time (year 2000), it could be obtained as long as you passed a background check and were not a citizen of Iran, Iraq, pakistan and N Korea.

  190. Yankee also responds to Bubba, Dorkus, Dork and Shithead.

    There’s a guy in the machine shop like that.

  191. Jewstin looks tired.

  192. That was before you developed an interest in butsecks

  193. Did anybody buy the least expensive item in anybody else’s shop with a $100 bill today?

  194. not yet but that’s a good suggestion

  195. Look, everyone’s got an interest in butsecks. The dividing line is whether you’re interested in acquiring it or avoiding it.

  196. Woman used her car to block the gas pumps at Sam’s today. Her Membership card wasn’t working. She kept calling the Club to speak with a manager. None of our managers were responding. Other Members started calling and coming in to tell us about her. They wanted me to call the cops and revoke her membership. It was 45 minutes of crazy. People were totally insane today.

  197. You should not necessarily make such assumptions, leon. There are a select few who have transcended such categories and discovered hitherto unknown pleasures.

    A butsecks of the mind, if you will.

  198. On a completely unrelated note, could somebody hold onto this for me? Thanks.

    http://tinyurl.com/kbeowtx

  199. You’re still interested, then. After a fashion.

    *throws puzzle box into wet concrete being used for new construction*

  200. >>>The dividing line is whether you’re interested in acquiring it or avoiding it.

    http://tinyurl.com/k5l2yhx

    I’m guessing he wants to avoid it.

  201. I want to thank the birthday boy Pupster for recommending the hover app. Pretty awesome tool now that I’ve finally got around to adding it.

  202. Welcome to 2009.

  203. >>>Welcome to 2009.

    I wonder who we’ll run against Obama in 2012?

  204. Ha ha ha!

  205. Sean,

    How far are you from Long Beach?

    Have a layover there next month. Get in late (about 10 pm), but leave late the next afternoon.

    Have DC, Portland and San Fran on my trip tomorrow.

    Cyn, I also have a PHX layover next month.

  206. Layover sounds dirty.

  207. I’m within driving distance of tha LBC. We could maybe do lunch.

  208. Scott,

    The Rush sub today was Buck Sexton.

    He works for Glenn Beck’s Blaze network.

    I’ve seen him do some Fox News appearances, he’s really good.

  209. Sean,

    I’ll keep you posted. Staying at the Westin Long Beach, get in on 11 May, leave late the next day.

  210. I’m probably not going to be able to make it out there that weekend/Monday. I already have to try to get someone to pick up my shift on that Saturday night.

  211. Blerg.

  212. No problem,

    LAX/SNA is a pretty common overnight for us.

  213. Tushar,
    If you are still here.
    Here In the PNW, there are MANY foreclosures on the books, but new spec houses are being built and selling like hotcakes. The foreclosures, not so much.

    I can’t help but think that the banks are reluctant to let those inflated loans go for 60%. They have many foreclosures on their books with a loan of $500K. How can they unload them for $250K and stay solvent?
    BUT, and this is a big BUT, there are Chinese holding companies that are “somehow” getting those banks to sell them blocks of those foreclosures,and then they hire small(local) contractors to “clean them up” and then put them on the rental market.
    The rental market here is thriving and those holding-companies are making big bucks…

  214. howdy Carin, Chris, and Phat!

  215. Cyn, I also have a PHX layover next month.

    Excellent. Keep me posted.

  216. Interesting.
    Obama, as we have observed, seems to think that he has but to speak, and it will be done. As if words ‘Make it so’.
    Poland has chosen to get out in front of his words and announce it before he can think about it, get advised against it, and withdraw it, by announcing it to the world.
    This could get “sporty”…

  217. Vman! How are those puppies of yours? I remember you mentioning something about having to keep Blake(?) calm for a month after some shots? What is that about and is that something we should all be doing for our dogs?

  218. A link should have been included in my last comment.
    I blame whiskey…
    http://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2014/04/18/outpost-in-the-east/#more-36139

  219. Cyn,

    Wilco.

    Got to head to bed. Long day of flying in the am.

  220. Hi Tiger Chick.
    Blake is heavy heart worm positive. He had 2 shots in 2 days to kill all the heart worms.
    They are dead, but still in his heart. He has to be calm for 30 days. Or risk one of the dead worms breaking up and throwing a clot somewhere.

  221. Squeeeee mini meatup

  222. Yikes, Vman. That poor baby. Do they eventually go away?

  223. Being summoned back to the boobtube for more old episodes of 24 wit the boys.

    Mmmmmwah

  224. *****SPOILER ALERT*****

    Jack Bauer will bark at someone about the fact that There’s no time!!!

  225. Dang it Sean! Now you’ve ruined everything.

  226. for the protocols

  227. Chrispy, Good for the Poles. They are incredibly brave and unfairly trod upon time after time.

    About time somebody started dicking around with Obama.

  228. We had a mystery pooper in the men’s room at a place I worked at in the ’90s. I dubbed him the Unipooper.

  229. Jack The Pooper

  230. Van Morrison is vastly under-appreciated as a singer/composer. Thought you’d want to know.

  231. As are Fig Newtons in the cookie world.

  232. “Brown-Eyed Girl” is about buttsecks. Think about it.

  233. It’s not just sentimental, no, no, no
    She has her derp and care, yeah yeah yeah
    But the soft words, they are spoke so gentle, yeah
    It makes it easier, easier to bear, yeah

  234. It’s ALL about buttsecks. Think about it…

    Wrestling? Buttsecks.
    Football? Buttsecks.
    Ice dancing? Buttsecks.
    Simon Says? Buttsecks.
    Aliens? Buttsecks.
    Buttsecks? Buttsecks.

    The common denominator for everything: Buttsecks.

  235. Wakey

  236. Sean’s feeling a little needy:

  237. The hostages are lazy today.

  238. I have a superawesome day ahead of me. Spinning in 45 will be the highlight. Double shift. Need to pick up Easter goodies at some point. Pat informed me at 6:30 this morning that I also needed to pick up a birthday gift for his mother. Seriously? Oh, and for this horrible day, I will be rewarded with working all day tomorrow while my family goes to Toledo for Easter w/o me.

    Everything is awesome

  239. What’s the mantra, Pupster? I’m going to need it today.

  240. Morning, children.

  241. Off to the gym. I missed spin so I’m going to run and pretend to lift weights.

  242. Oh , and I’m still sore from that killer workout on Thor’ s day. Diet is going good.

    Hey, where’s Leon? Did that new dog eat him already?

  243. Today’s spin has the chick with good music, so I’m excited.

  244. You’d love my new gym Car in. They don’t fuck around.

    And get this…they have an agreement with the Omni Hotel next door so you can use their pool. That kicks all kinds off ass.

  245. My gym has a pool .

    I just remembered that Leon said adjusting to paleo can make you feel like shit. I feel like I have a slight hangover.

    Everything is awesome .

  246. Or that I’m coming down with the flu . I hope that dog bites him.

  247. Buck Sexton needs to learn to say his name much slower.

    I thought his name was Buttsexting.

  248. Good luck Car in. We’re all counting on you

  249. He bites a little when he wants to play. Right now he’s yipping a lot because we are trying to hold him a little less than yesterday.

    Just got back from the gym, having my breffast of protein shake and sweet potatoes. Confirmation/baptism rehearsal in 29 minutes.

  250. And the ‘flu’ is probably just withdrawal. Think of it like DOMS, it’ll pass.

  251. Opening day of fishing season.

    Scariest day of the year to drive.

  252. Some of them stay up all night drinking, the others start at dawn.

  253. My life is awesome, I’m the luckiest man alive.

  254. He’s been fishing.

  255. I make the boys get up at 9AM on Saturdays to help me with yard work. It’s a big fn deal. I usually make breakfast too. This morning I made fried potatoes, sausage links, polska and peppers and toast. The potatoes were too crispy, the sausage was too juicy, the peppers were too spicy, and I don’t like that bread.

    MLIAITLMA.

  256. This coffee is too wet.

  257. Birthday Dinner:

    http://www.rodiziogrill.com/columbus

  258. After explaining to Mrs. Pupster how lunch is half the price of dinner at the Brazilian Steak House, she decided that dinner would be better since she just had a big breakfast.

    Life…awesome. Me…lucky.

  259. We have a restaurant like that around here, Pups – “Texas de Brazil”.

    We only go there during Restaurant Week; neither one of us feels like the amount of food that we eat is worth the price they normally charge. Of course, the way prices have gone up lately, we’re feeling that way about most “nice” places.

  260. I love churrascarrias. I don’t love writing anything about awful things but sometimes it’s important to do that.

  261. I made breakfast for Mini-me and myself. As I handed her the plate, she started bitching that it was sausage patties instead of sausage links. I said no complaining about breakfast or you can make your own. She doesn’t know how close she came to wearing it. I hadn’t had my coffee yet. $20.

  262. I had granola and almond milk with a cup of earl grey tea. Y’all are too ambitious this morning.

  263. I don’t love writing anything about awful things but sometimes it’s important to do that.

    Whats up Dave? Am I being too negative? I have a tendency to over dramatize for comedic effect.

  264. $18 lunch, $32 dinner full restaurant, salad bar only is $20 something. Yeah, it’s a lot of money but we aren’t going to make a habit out of it. It’s my birthday for crissakes.

  265. Why you tryinna cheap out on your birfday, pup?

  266. >> What’s up Dave?

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/348654.php

    it ain’t you pups, it’s just the day

    I never feel adequate to the task on the big things.

  267. New poat!

  268. Bad shit usually happens every year in early to mid April. This year it was the murdering asshole in KC. OKC, Fort Hood, Boston Marathon, Virginia Tech, Waco, Columbine.

    There is probably some psychological reason for it. As a selfish and self-centered asshole, I remember it because of my birthday.

    http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/als-morning-meeting/95024/why-do-so-many-mass-killings-occur-in-april/


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