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KJ89

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#2747699 Cam Newton and Luke's pressers 4/22/2014

Posted by KJ89 on Yesterday, 10:07 PM

GREAT fuging interview by Cam. Dude is dialed in, as always.


#2747600 Pitfalls of adopting a new pup

Posted by KJ89 on Yesterday, 08:08 PM

my dad had a pit when I was little. awesome dogs.


#2746569 Creepiest things ever said by children

Posted by KJ89 on Yesterday, 01:37 AM

My 3-year-old son generally has a happy-go-lucky attitude, so this is pretty odd.
Sometimes when he's cuddling with his mommy, he'll say, very seriously, "Mom, I promise I won't ever chew on your bones. I promise..

Getting my two and a half year old daughter out of the bath one night, my wife and I were briefing her on how important it was she kept her privates clean. She casually replied "Oh, nobody 'scroofs' me there. They tried one night. They kicked the door in and tried but I fought back. I died and now I'm here." She said this like it was nothing. My wife and I were catatonic.

"I like this mummy better than my last mummy. My last mummy locked me in a room and I drank some paint and died."

My cousin's kid when he was around 4 or 5 came into the bathroom as I was straightening my hair. He closed the door, looked at me and said: "I don't want to kill you."

My sons were about 2 and 4 when their pet goldfish died. I attempted to use the situation as an opportunity to discuss death and mortality. After I finished my explanation, my four year looked up at me with his big, blue eyes and asked, "Mommy, someday, will you die?" My heart filled with love and a little sadness, knowing this was one of those pivotal moments when the first bit of childhood innocence was lost,and I told him yes, someday, mommy will die.
"Good," he said with a totally deadpan expression, and walked out of the room.

Later when we were about to flush the fish, he asked if we could eat him instead. I said no, we don't eat pets because we love them, and he said, "When you die, I'm going to eat you."




While Playing classroom with my three year old brother he made an off handed coment about being in my mothers belly twice. I was amused and said oh really. He preceeded to tell me in amazing detail being inside our mother. He told me about it being warm and that he liked it but he always felt sick. One day he got so sick that "they" came and told him he had to leave. He didnt want to so they promised him he would get to came back again and back to our mom. So he left and they let him come back again and this time he didnt feel sick. I lost my mind and started screaming for my mother. He told her the same story then after she stopped crying we were not allowed to talk about it. I was ten and I was old enough to remember that she had a miscarraige almost 1 year before my brother was born..




#2746352 Creepiest things ever said by children

Posted by KJ89 on 21 April 2014 - 09:48 PM

When I was three I came out of the ball pit and told my mom i was "sweatin like a penis"




#2746290 Creepiest things ever said by children

Posted by KJ89 on 21 April 2014 - 09:07 PM

my 6 year old daughter came downstairs from her bedroom and said "Dad, i think Kacey is dead", that's my 3 year old daughter. Of course i ran up to make sure Kacey was ok, at which time my oldest daughter raided the cookie jar.




#2742692 Aaron Hernandez back in the news

Posted by KJ89 on 17 April 2014 - 09:17 PM

well then everyone is a natural born criminal, which makes the original quoted post pointless, and we spiral into a morass of irrelevance

my point was that it's dangerous to attribute bad social behavior to genetic predisposition.

my family is a bunch of a fuging savages.


#2741346 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 02:10 PM

Intelligence. It's beautiful.


#2741336 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 01:59 PM

As far as "it's just window tint, who cares?" Some people actually place a high value on personal choice, liberties and freedoms, so it sort of comes down the "sacrifice the wants of a few for the needs of many" mentality. A crappy driver is a crappy driver, tint or no tint. A crappy driver MIGHT pick dark tint for his windows, then he MIGHT get into a wreck, and it MIGHT have been solely to blame on his choice of tint. Should my right to choose dark tint for my vehicle's windows be taken away for something that MIGHT happen? Yes, it's just window tint this time, but the government has a tendency to invade our private lives with their laws on a regular basis, taking away certain personal freedoms and choices, and you can apply the same logic to plenty of different things, so where does the line get drawn? That's where a lot people tend to agree and disagree on laws, well that, and the whole money grab thing, some laws really are just in place to make an extra buck wherever the government can squeeze us.

You guys should probably check the tint laws, which vary from place to place. In North Carolina, for instance, cars and only the front windows of suv's and vans are required to have between 32 and 35 percent light transmission. Trucks, the back window's of suv's and vans, commercial for hire vehicles(limo's, taxi's, etc.) ambulances, and a few other instances can have whatever light transmission you want. If it was for police officer safety or driver safety, don't you think they'd have the same laws in place for the large trucks/vans/suv's as they do for cars? Or are they simply stating that only drivers of sedans are potential criminals hiding something and tint only affects the driver's vision and ability to drive in a sedan? I mean a car is a lot smaller than a van, I can't imagine why they think it's safe for a van to have blacked out windows but not a Toyota Camry. Oh wait, maybe it's for the privacy of whatever cargo you may be carrying. Sorry sedan driver's you don't get privacy. I'm sure the laws have absolutely nothing to do with the extra inspection fees required of tinted windows on a yearly basis.

Also, for the "tint laws are for the safety of the police" crowd, I pose this question: if a criminal is pulled over and decides he's not going back to jail, do you think he'd say to himself "Man, if only this tint on the window were a little darker, I'd be able to get my gun out and shoot him in the face and drive off, but since he can clearly see the back of my head, and only the back of my head, there's no way I'll be able to hide this gun in my lap until he's close enough to my window."? If you answered yes, that the tinted windows would make all the difference in that situation, you are retarded. No sugar coated way to put it.


mother fuging /thread.


#2741251 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 01:01 PM

Actually, not it isn't your right. Once you've been stopped for breaking the law by driving with your blacked out windows you are subject to obey orders from the cop. If you subsequently get shot because you're being a dick & won't roll down your window that's all on you for being a jackass. You're being a window fumbling around & the cop can't tell what you're doing.


That's not what I meant. If I'm stopped for a tinted window, then you can fine me for my tinted window. I'll even roll my window down a little and you can do so. Maybe I'll even get out. But you can't search my car so how are you going to arrest me for my gun or the weed. I guess you could shoot me for being a dick but it's not exactly against the law and certainly not a threat to your safety.

Now I'm gonna go buy lunch. Might even get shot reaching for my wallet.


#2741127 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 11:55 AM

so would you rather have window tint and let lets say 10 cops get there faces blown off? or would you rather just not have window tint. that's the hypothetical. were talking about cop killers and cop safety.


yeah, and the NSA's priority is terrorists.

It's not about fuging window tint it's about my right as citizen.

why is it ok for the officer with a gun to have window tint and not me?


#2741069 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 11:31 AM

So now we support Orwellian thought crimes? Nobodys fuging business what I'm doing behind my window tint. Derek did nothing wrong. Just because we can understand why a law is the way it is doesnt make it right. Just because a fraction of the population are jerk offs and shoot at cops iust trying to do their jobs doesnt mean we all should be punished for it.

Also, behind my window tint is...GASP! Just some guy driving.

Most cops are just doing a job like anyone else but it cannot be denied that not all of them are so above reproach. Power has a tendency to corrupt, especially when there are little to no consequences to police misconduct and almost no true oversight, and when something does come up its swept under the rug, dash cam footage mysteriously goes missing or the file becomes corrupted and impossible to view. Anytime action is ever taken, its almost never more than a slap on the wrist.


this guys gets it.


#2740981 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 10:39 AM

I saw a GIF somewhere where two women were getting their cleavage ready and then a similarly attractive cop came to their window and they made retarded faces. It was pretty funny.


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#2740635 Panther's QB Derek Anderson in Trouble With the Law...

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 12:24 AM

rko and Alcatraz are both idiots.

gorge knows.


#2740617 You're the last person on Earth.

Posted by KJ89 on 16 April 2014 - 12:05 AM




#2739939 The 4/20 thread; Like...the future is outside, man.

Posted by KJ89 on 15 April 2014 - 11:25 AM

why do I still live in NC...




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