Sunday, June 27, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Now, I understand that police can only go on what the evidence and witnesses tell them. I understand also, that when it comes to youngsters, their first inclination is to CTOA. (cover their own a$$es, and many at the party were drinking and underage) And this is going to be a tragedy for the family.
According to a person that was at the party, the shooter had actually threatened the victim, several times, throughout the night. The victim was shot at close range, in the head. (I refuse to call it point blank, until evidence says so) Don't try to snow the community, and call this accidental. You don't "accidentally" shoot someone in the head, while standing right next to them. The weapon must first be loaded, raised up and aimed, and the trigger pulled.
Officers originally said it was under investigation as a homicide, but it is now being considered "accidental". Get your heads out of the sand, man up and do your job RIGHT!!!!!! Push the party goers a little harder, get the truth out of them. Without that, someone walks free, and a family will get NO justice.
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Believe it or not, she walked away from it with a big knot on her head, a couple of stitches, and a whole lot of minor cuts and bruises.
But she walked away ALIVE!!!
Friday, June 4, 2010
I do have to admit, I will miss the night shift people. They are loadssssss more fun then the stuffed shirts on days. You didn't have to worry about watching your choice of words. And god knows the nights flew by, because even while working our tails off, we were having a blast teasing each other.
And talk about helpful people, wowza! They actually did their jobs like they were suppose to. And you didn't have to wait 2 hours for material.
So, hats off to the night shift workers. I will miss you. Just not the shift itself.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
" Yet not for a moment did I suppose myself actually dead. Such a supposition, notwithstanding what we read in fiction, is altogether inconsistent with real existence; -- but where and in what state was I? The condemned to death"
- from "The Pit and the Pendulum"