Saturday, August 13, 2016

Saturday official cause of death is listed as "being outside"

Traveling candidate. Trump claims he has been "all over the map" and as evidence he cites video of all of his positions on any issue.

Good to know.  There is a certain judge that thinks a scheduled manicure is not a valid reason for me to keep the jury waiting.  DM me for his name.

Trump wants to try certain United States Citizens in a military court. The military's  duty to uphold the constitution is above an unlawful order by a President. If this is his idea of making America "great" again he's an idiot.  Our country's forefathers were clear that this cannot happen in a free country.  We may need to make certain that "Trump Law" is something we laugh at in later years.

The Autopsy Report of Sealy's last known  climate change denier who died of spontaneous combustion recently is in.  The official cause of death is listed as  "being outside."

Don't you wish we could be this classy today?




DEA agents use travel-industry informants to seize cash, but rarely make arrests

Aug 12, 2016, 9:00 am CDT


Posner opinion blasts class actions that are 'no better than a racket'

A shareholder lawsuit settled 18 days after filing benefited the lawyers who would receive $370,000, but the disclosures required by the deal in advance of a merger were of little value, a federal appeals court has found.
The Aug. 10 opinion (PDF) by the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a federal judge’s approval of the settlement involving Walgreens’ combination with a Swiss company, the Cook County Recordreports.
Judge Richard Posner wrote the majority opinion finding the value of the required disclosures to shareholders voting on the combination “appears to have been nil.” One judge dissented in an opinion that “will be issued separately in due course,” the decision said.
“In this case the benefit for the class was not meager; it was nonexistent,” Posner wrote. “The type of class action illustrated by this case—the class action that yields fees for class counsel and nothing for the class—is no better than a racket. It must end. No class action settlement that yields zero benefits for the class should be approved, and a class action that seeks only worthless benefits for the class should be dismissed out of hand.”
On remand, Posner said, the district should give “serious consideration” to either appointing new class counsel or dismissing the suit.


Never trust an Irishman!!

Murphy goes to his friend Pat and says ... "I'm sleeping with the Pastor's wife.

Can you hold him in church for an hour after services for me."

Pat doesn't like it but, being Murphy's longtime friend, he agrees.

After service, he starts talking to the Pastor, asking him all sorts of stupid questions, just to keep him occupied. 

Finally the Pastor gets annoyed and asks Pat what he's really up to.

Pat, feeling guilty, finally confesses to the Pastor. "My friend is sleeping with your wife right now, so he asked me to keep you occupied."

The Pastor smiles, puts a brotherly hand on Pat's shoulder and says...

"You better hurry home.  My wife died two years ago."



Give yourself a gold medal for being awesome. No, really. You deserve it!

11 ridiculous future predictions from the 1900 world's fair — and 3 that came true.



Off-duty HPD officer refuses sobriety test after deadly

 head-on crash in Ft. Bend Co., deputies say

By Joel Eisenbaum - Investigative Reporter

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas - A veteran Houston police officer has been relieved of duty following a suspected drunk-driving fatal accident in Fort Bend County Friday morning.
The off-duty officer, on the job with HPD since September 2009, refused a field sobriety test following the wreck in his personal vehicle, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.
Brian Manring, 36, was in his Chevy Corvette about 6:30 a.m., headed eastbound on Beechnut near FM 1464, when the off-duty officer's much heavier Chevy Tahoe hit the sportscar head-on.
Manring's fiberglass-body Corvette was peeled apart in the violent wreck. Manring, the father of a young girl, was pronounced dead at the scene.
There were no passengers in either vehicle.
"We obtained a search warrant to draw blood on the Tahoe driver," Maj. Chad Norvell, with the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office, said.
The results of that blood test will determine the criminal charges, if any, Norvell said.
"He was just a big kid, always trying to improve himself, a great dad. We will miss him so much," Mindy Nees, a longtime friend of Manring, said.
Manring was jokingly called the Candy Man in some circles because he worked in the vending machine business.
Nees said he was on his way to workout when he was killed a few miles from his home.
The Houston Police Department relieved the officer of duty Friday. He is still being paid, pending the outcome of Fort Bend County's probe.
The officer had most recently been assigned to Patrol at the Mid-West substation, near Harwin and Hillcroft.
"He really robbed us of a friend, and a little girl of a great father," Nees said.



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