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  1. Glad your daughter took it well ! How about the other kids and parents who were there during his outburst ? Sounds to me that it is time to pull the plug on his going to games. Dennis
  2. I am talking about the woman (Hallbach) he and his nephew murdered . He said that his two brothers murdered her and than FRAMED him. I am certainly not here to change anyone's mind. I believe that that would be a waist of time. The type of people that believe that he was framed by law enforcement, even though over a hundred people would have to be involved, are defiantly the type who buy into crazy conspiracy theory's. There is not a chance in hell of changing their minds. Have fun defending him. Dennis
  3. I think the con artist is guilty. I have read extensively about this case and in my mind not only is he a murderer but he would definitely do the same thing again if given the chance. People who have signed on to his **** story are the same type of folks who think that Wesley Cook; AKA Mumia Abu-Jamal had nothing to do with the murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. I hope the bastard rots in jail. Dennis
  4. Exhaust temperature. Newer engines, less.
  5. Here we go !
  6. http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/552959-smoke-em-if-you-got-em/?hl=%20smoke%20%20gotta
  7. Goes to show how the little things in life can **** you up. Always a good idea to balance your account. Gutted! Couple thought they had won the £35million Lottery jackpot after picking all six winning numbers - only to discover their online purchase had NOT gone through Edwina and David Nylan purchased their ticket using their online Lotto app Couple thought they had scooped the jacket when all six numbers came in They called up to claim prize but were told there was no record of purchase Edwina, 55, of Leicester, is now battling with Camelot to retrieve the cash A couple have missed out on a £35 million lottery win after discovering their online purchase wasn't registered. Edwina and David Nylan, 60, thought they would be seeing in the New Year as millionaires when they chose all six winning numbers using the Lotto mobile app. But when they called to claim their jackpot prize Camelot told them they had no record of the transaction. Edwina, 55, said: 'I am gutted, but what can we do? We have played for years, and had our online account for some time, so it is not as if we didn't know what we were doing. 'I have just had to carry on with things and not get too down. 'Shocked isn't the word, but as a family we stick together and just have to be grateful for what we've got.' When Edwina, a grandmother-of-seven, first tried to purchase her £2 ticket online for the Lotto draw on Wednesday, December 23, her account showed she had insufficient funds. However, she topped-up her account and bought a ticket with the numbers 01 - 02 - 04 - 19 - 28 - 41.The grandmother says the app then confirmed her purchase had gone through despite Camelot saying there was no record of the payment. Edwina said: 'David has an app on his phone which he uses to generate random numbers. 'We scribbled them down, and they are stored on his phone. 'When the numbers came up, it looked like we had got all six and had won the jackpot but when I checked, there was nothing from Camelot. 'I rang customer services at Camelot and the person I spoke to said they could see from their records that we had intended to buy those numbers but they said the purchase did not go through because we only had 60p in our account. 'We had tried to top up the account, and hadn't realised that hadn't registered either. 'You get an email to confirm your purchase, but I didn't remember to check because it was just before Christmas and I was so busy.' The couple, from Fleetwood, Lancashire, are now battling with Camelot to try to retrieve their prize. A spokeswoman for Camelot said following a call on December 24, a member of their customer service team had spoken to Edwina twice. She said: 'The player did attempt to purchase an online Lotto ticket multiple times on December 23 from 7pm onwards (the cut-off to buy tickets is 7.30pm), however there were insufficient funds in the player's account - so the attempted purchases were not successful. 'The player would have received an error message on every occasion confirming this. 'We do not have any record of the player attempting to add funds to their account, nor would anyone from our customer services team have any visibility of the numbers that the player attempted to purchase because that level of detail wouldn't be shown on the screen in front of them.' She went on to say that only tickets that have been successfully purchased can be entered into the draw.
  8. Her lawyer gave a hint today of what her defense will be. She said what if this was your kid and was the most hated teenager in America. What would you do to protect your precious child ? Another lib/pc defense scheme . Dennis
  9. http://www.cancer.org/healthy/stayawayfromtobacco/guidetoquittingsmoking/guide-to-quitting-smoking-toc
  10. The book was written years ago by Alan Carr. He took a different approach. Instead Of trying to scare people into quitting for health reasons he took a psychological approach. The scare approach does not work very often. Basically everyone knows it is no good for you. The thing that he tries to do is make you realize why you don't give it **** and do it anyway. Basically why in the **** do you smoke, you know that **** is no good !
  11. How do like his hair now that he dyed it ? I just listened to a lawyer on TV and he said it will be unlikely that he will get much time because he is still considered a juvenile in Texas. They also have to prove that he was drinking at the party. Hopefully his friends will turn on him. Next they have to prove that he and his mother were on the run and not just enjoying a Christmas vacation. Again I hope they keep them both down there for a couple of years.
  12. I wonder how they like being pampered in a Mexican jail ? I hope the Texas authorities take their time before they before they get around to sending the paperwork to have these two scoundrels sent back. Dennis
  13. Figures she took the kid to a nice resort to hide out. Dumb bitch A Texas district attorney’s office said Monday night that Mexican authorities have detained Ethan Couch and his mother Tonya Couch at a popular beach after they both disappeared when a video surfaced online showing he may have violated his probation for causing a drunken wreck that killed four people. Ethan Couch, 18, and his mother were taken into custody at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office spokeswoman Samantha Jordan told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Tarrant County District Attorney Sharen Wilson also confirmed to WFAA-TV that the two had been detained in the Pacific resort city. Authorities began searching for the pair after Ethan Couch failed to show up for a mandatory appointment with his probation officer on Dec. 10. Tarrant County Sheriff Dee Anderson said he believes the two fled after a video surfaced in November showing the teen at a party where people were drinking. If found to be drinking, Couch’s probation could be revoked and he could serve up to 10 years in prison. In June 2013 at age 16, Couch was driving drunk and speeding on a dark two-lane road south of Fort Worth when he crashed into a disabled SUV off to the side, killing four people and injuring several others, including passengers in Couch's pickup truck. Couch pleaded guilty to four counts of intoxication manslaughter and two counts of intoxication assault causing serious bodily injury. Because of his age, he wasn't certified as an adult for trial and a judge sentenced him in juvenile court to 10 years' probation and a stint in a rehabilitation center. During the sentencing phase of his trial, Couch's attorneys relied on a defense expert who argued that Couch's wealthy parents coddled him into a sense of irresponsibility — a condition the expert termed affluenza. The condition is not recognized as a medical diagnosis by the American Psychiatric Association, and its invocation drew widespread ridicule.
  14. Here is the pdf file containing the the book. This book has helped many members here quit. It has also helped many of my friends and family members quit smoking, some of which had a 40 + year history of smoking. Good Luck ! http://web-profile.com.ua/wp-content/uploads/allen-carrs-easy-way-to-stop-smoking.pdf Dennis