Whine and Cheese: Where are the crackers
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#587 Mar 1, 2014
The Honky Tonk Man wrote:
The Honky Tonk Man SAYS you can find them hanging out with Kerry
Kennedy drinking and drugging to celebrate her recent court victory
courtesy of "WE"
Did she get over or what?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#588 Mar 1, 2014
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
Wilson turned out to be a good pick and a decent quarterback.
Can he achieve longevity in the NFL?
He is much more mature in mind and style....was a absolute steal in the 3rd round, and i would guess should start for 12-14 years....about average for the best Qb's.....best part is, he played alotta baseball, so he know's how to slide...lol...
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#590 Mar 1, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> He is much more mature in mind and style....was a absolute steal in the 3rd round, and i would guess should start for 12-14 years....about average for the best Qb's.....best part is, he played alotta baseball, so he know's how to slide...lol...
He was a third round pick?

What a find by Seattle; and Why did he fall so far in the draft with the talent he has?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#591 Mar 2, 2014
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
He was a third round pick?
What a find by Seattle; and Why did he fall so far in the draft with the talent he has?
He is only 5'11".....same height as Johnny Football, except waaaay more mature....Before the draft, i told my friends about his great football IQ, while at Wisconsin....
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#592 Mar 2, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>He is only 5'11".....same height as Johnny Football, except waaaay more mature....Before the draft, i told my friends about his great football IQ, while at Wisconsin....
I have to agree with you, he's smart and is very mature for a guy his age.
He's a quick learner as well.
The Honky Tonk man

New York, NY

#593 Mar 8, 2014
The Honky Tonk man says you can find them in ORLANDO, Fla. Bitching over the canceled gun show.

A local gun show with about 100 vendors may be canceled after the event space learned the organizers had invited George Zimmerman to be a featured guest.

The sign outside The Majestic at 801 North John Young Parkway implies this weekend's gun show is still on. Organizers for "The New Orlando Gun Show" told Local 6 The Majestic canceled their event late Thursday.

"We've had discussions with The Majestic and they decided to cancel the event because George Zimmerman was making an appearance," said Mike Piwowarski, who organized the gun show.
Road Warrior Hawk

Bronx, NY

#594 Mar 8, 2014
The Honky Tonk man wrote:
The Honky Tonk man says you can find them in ORLANDO, Fla. Bitching over the canceled gun show.
A local gun show with about 100 vendors may be canceled after the event space learned the organizers had invited George Zimmerman to be a featured guest.
The sign outside The Majestic at 801 North John Young Parkway implies this weekend's gun show is still on. Organizers for "The New Orlando Gun Show" told Local 6 The Majestic canceled their event late Thursday.
"We've had discussions with The Majestic and they decided to cancel the event because George Zimmerman was making an appearance," said Mike Piwowarski, who organized the gun show.
That's a very good thing that happened.
No publicity for a worthless murderer like that filthy pig, George Zimmerman.
He should be targeted for termination.

OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#595 Mar 8, 2014
Wonder what ever happened to that stolen handgun, Trayvon was buying from his Miami thug buddies, on his Facebook account?.....
ANOTHER TRAYVON THUG HAS

Dover, OH

#596 Mar 8, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Wonder what ever happened to that stolen handgun, Trayvon was buying from his Miami thug buddies, on his Facebook account?.....
it and passes it around to his 'brutha's' when they get their SAVAGE on.
Road Warrior Hawk

Bronx, NY

#597 Mar 13, 2014
The Honky Tonk man wrote:
The Honky Tonk man says you can find them in ORLANDO, Fla. Bitching over the canceled gun show.
A local gun show with about 100 vendors may be canceled after the event space learned the organizers had invited George Zimmerman to be a featured guest.
The sign outside The Majestic at 801 North John Young Parkway implies this weekend's gun show is still on. Organizers for "The New Orlando Gun Show" told Local 6 The Majestic canceled their event late Thursday.
"We've had discussions with The Majestic and they decided to cancel the event because George Zimmerman was making an appearance," said Mike Piwowarski, who organized the gun show.
You can also find them on Topix chimping out about "thugs"
Zimmerman is a thug, he committed a murder, so that makes him a murderous thug.

OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
GOD BLESS MR ZIMMERMAN

Dover, OH

#598 Mar 13, 2014
Road Warrior Hawk wrote:
<quoted text>
You can also find them on Topix chimping out about "thugs"
Zimmerman is a thug, he committed a murder, so that makes him a murderous thug.
OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
Road Warrior Hawk

Bronx, NY

#599 Mar 13, 2014
See above chimpout.

OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
GOD BLESS MR ZIMMERMAN

Dover, OH

#600 Mar 13, 2014
He's my favorite 'WHITE-HISPANIC'...BOOM...LMMF AO!!!!!!

OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
Road Warrior Hawk

Bronx, NY

#601 Mar 13, 2014
See above chimpout.

OOOooh WHAT A RUSH!!!!!!!!!!
Kobe and Darren Sharper

Bohemia, NY

#602 Mar 14, 2014
I would like to get ZC and ILAL in the shower
THEY HAVE REQUIREMENTS

Dover, OH

#603 Mar 14, 2014
Kobe and Darren Sharper wrote:
I would like to get ZC and ILAL in the shower
You need to be 12 years old, bring your pajamas, drink Jesus Juice and watch gay porn. They follow the script of their mentor WACKO JACKO!
ZCs

New York, NY

#604 Mar 15, 2014
Kobe and Darren Sharper wrote:
I would like to get ZC and ILAL in the shower
No offense but I'm already in the shower with your Mother. So I guess you can go join dad if you know who he is and if you can find him.
The Honky Tonk Man

New York, NY

#605 Mar 15, 2014
The Honky Tonk Man says you can find at the University of

Massachusetts rioting and causing SAVAGE MAYHEM

An early St. Patrick's Day celebration around the University of Massachusetts' flagship campus known as "Blarney Blowout" spun out of control Saturday as police officers in riot gear arrested more than 70 people while dispersing massive crowds, including unruly students throwing beer cans and bottles.

Police said early Sunday that 73 people had been arrested and four officers suffered minor injuries after police spent the day attempting to disperse "several" large gatherings. Amherst Police Capt. Jennifer Gundersen said in a statement that police remained busy through Saturday night handling numerous reports of fights, noise and highly intoxicated individuals.

"It is extremely disturbing and unsafe. Perhaps one of the worst scenes we have ever had with drunkenness and unruliness," Gundersen told The Republican in Springfield. "It is extremely upsetting. It is very dangerous."

Most of the arrests came at an off-campus apartment complex, where large crowds began gathering Saturday morning for the annual event, which was started by bars to allow the students to celebrate the holiday before their spring break begins this week.

Police from the city, university and state troopers in riot gear converged on a crowd of about 4,000 people at an apartment complex shortly after noon, police said in a statement Saturday night. Police said party-goers were involved in destruction of property and, as officers began to disperse the crowd, they were pelted with glass bottles, beer cans and snowballs.

After handling the disturbance at the apartment complex, police say several thousand people assembled near a frat house and near an intersection. Authorities said they determined that the gathering became dangerous and out of control, and when officers tried to clear the crowd they again faced people throwing bottles, rocks, cans and snowballs.

Police say pepper spray was used to disperse the crowds because of the size and "assaultive behavior."

Three officers were hurt when they were hit by bottles and one was injured while attempting to make an arrest, Gundersen said. None of the injuries required serious treatment.

Police say charges ranged from inciting to riot and failing to disperse to disorderly conduct, liquor law violations and assault and battery on officers. The said Sunday some have been released on bail while others have been held, depending on charges.

After police arrested several people at last year's "Blarney Blowout," the university warned students earlier this week that police would have an increased presence around town Saturday. Letters were also sent directly to students disciplined in the last year for alcohol-related misconduct.

UMass denounced the "unruly behavior" Saturday and spokesman Ed Blaguszewski said students who were arrested will be reviewed under the school's code of conduct and that sanctions could include suspension or expulsion.

Amherst Capt. Christopher Pronovost described the day as "mayhem" to the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#606 Mar 15, 2014
ZCs wrote:
<quoted text>
No offense but I'm already in the shower with your Mother. So I guess you can go join dad if you know who he is and if you can find him.
LMMFAO!!!!
The right response.
He don't know who his father is; it could be you or the German Shepard.
Whatever his father is, it's already taken him in the shower.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#607 Mar 15, 2014
The Honky Tonk Man wrote:
The Honky Tonk Man says you can find at the University of
Massachusetts rioting and causing SAVAGE MAYHEM
An early St. Patrick's Day celebration around the University of Massachusetts' flagship campus known as "Blarney Blowout" spun out of control Saturday as police officers in riot gear arrested more than 70 people while dispersing massive crowds, including unruly students throwing beer cans and bottles.
Police said early Sunday that 73 people had been arrested and four officers suffered minor injuries after police spent the day attempting to disperse "several" large gatherings. Amherst Police Capt. Jennifer Gundersen said in a statement that police remained busy through Saturday night handling numerous reports of fights, noise and highly intoxicated individuals.
"It is extremely disturbing and unsafe. Perhaps one of the worst scenes we have ever had with drunkenness and unruliness," Gundersen told The Republican in Springfield. "It is extremely upsetting. It is very dangerous."
Most of the arrests came at an off-campus apartment complex, where large crowds began gathering Saturday morning for the annual event, which was started by bars to allow the students to celebrate the holiday before their spring break begins this week.
Police from the city, university and state troopers in riot gear converged on a crowd of about 4,000 people at an apartment complex shortly after noon, police said in a statement Saturday night. Police said party-goers were involved in destruction of property and, as officers began to disperse the crowd, they were pelted with glass bottles, beer cans and snowballs.
After handling the disturbance at the apartment complex, police say several thousand people assembled near a frat house and near an intersection. Authorities said they determined that the gathering became dangerous and out of control, and when officers tried to clear the crowd they again faced people throwing bottles, rocks, cans and snowballs.
Police say pepper spray was used to disperse the crowds because of the size and "assaultive behavior."
Three officers were hurt when they were hit by bottles and one was injured while attempting to make an arrest, Gundersen said. None of the injuries required serious treatment.
Police say charges ranged from inciting to riot and failing to disperse to disorderly conduct, liquor law violations and assault and battery on officers. The said Sunday some have been released on bail while others have been held, depending on charges.
After police arrested several people at last year's "Blarney Blowout," the university warned students earlier this week that police would have an increased presence around town Saturday. Letters were also sent directly to students disciplined in the last year for alcohol-related misconduct.
UMass denounced the "unruly behavior" Saturday and spokesman Ed Blaguszewski said students who were arrested will be reviewed under the school's code of conduct and that sanctions could include suspension or expulsion.
Amherst Capt. Christopher Pronovost described the day as "mayhem" to the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
Yeah, DRUNKEN SAVAGES doing what they do best :being SAVAGES.

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