January 17th, 2006

Not Safe!

8120 -

GeotargetGroggy, foggy head this morning. Can't seem to shake off the stupids.



Bro's rolling in big dollars lately. I suspect he's up to more than pressure cleaning, but don't know for sure. He did sound clear and solid on the phone last night.



Video found on a search for Iguana and "scream like a girl" - Of course it's some wacky asian game show.



club scene
Florida Homeless Beating Caught on Videotape.Collapse )



Sand game, now with stickmen to torment. ( prefer the stickman-free version more, though.)



1 year ago - complimented on knowledge, dick tracy's alien relatives, Doug/Danny lyric clarification, alltheweb searches, mel bails on lunch

2 years ago - MM in an arranged wedding, global pals, cow brain burger, celebration(FL) sold, cool supermarket photos

3 years ago - bavarian, Ana at gallery, they wait below, Sappho compliments me, cat piccies, scintillate, firefly

4 years ago - Trimaris, school dream, little suck-a-thumb, James Earl Jones gets called James Earl Ray (Whoops!), Immigrant song, band name poll, Sasha and Misha move away, some silly linkies.

5 years ago - Analog never did print it, Bilbo's Guide to life, textbooks responsible for stupid teens.
authorities are alert here

8122 - update on that article.

GeotargetThird suspect arrested in attacks on homeless

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All of this stuff took place a few blocks from where I was living 2 months ago, and where my brother was living homeless, up to about 4 months ago. Premeditated Murder? I think trying them as adults is just fine, thanks. I see a lot of red when I think of someone preying on the mentally ill or just plain down on their luck. However, I see what happened as inevitable... the homeless population in Fort Lauderdale is *everywhere*. When I lived there, I was solicited for money on an average of every three blocks, and the sickly, drunken begging went from polite to too-close-for-comfort a few times.
ill-tempered man lives here

8123 - Beware the Ghost who walks

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian man who was believed dead caused panic when he returned, causing villagers to think he had come back as a ghost, the Times of India reported Monday.

Children screamed "Ghost! Ghost!" and villagers locked their doors when Raju Raghuvanshi returned from jail earlier this month to his village in Mandla district in the central state of Madhya Pradesh.

Raghuvanshi's brothers, who had shaved their heads to mourn his death in line with Hindu tradition, fled when he appeared, the paper reported.

Villagers and family members have ostracized him, forcing Raghuvanshi to file a complaint with local police. The village council has demanded he prove he is not a ghost, but the paper did not say what kind of proof the elders wanted.

Raghuvanshi's troubles arose after he was jailed last year. In prison, he was admitted to hospital with a stomach ailment from which he recovered but a distant relative told his family he had died.