Snitch charged with first degree murder

Snitch charged with first degree murder

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Truth

Rupert, WV

#1 Jul 16, 2013
I heard Latosha Kanode was a snitch for law enforcement. That is another snitch charged with first degree murder. Maybe if they would have locked her up she would not have been involved in this latest murder.
LOL

Oakvale, WV

#2 Jul 17, 2013
That's funny, but this town is full of snitches. Most of them are just hiding something of their own. Eventually they burn their own selves.
conversation with Robbie

Princeton, WV

#3 Jul 17, 2013
Me: "Switches for my bitches"

Robbie Sommazze: "And snitches get stitches"

Me:(Giggles)
Truth

Bluefield, WV

#4 Jul 17, 2013
What is this supposed to mean?g Robbie Sommazze?
Nutso

Princeton, WV

#5 Jul 18, 2013
snitching is like the only career some ppl will ever have. they find out all they can about you and go trash talk to everyone else, even if it aint true. its better to stay invisible in this city, otherwise you get pulled into the same trouble everyone seems to thrive on.
been there done that

United States

#6 Jul 18, 2013
Nutso wrote:
snitching is like the only career some ppl will ever have. they find out all they can about you and go trash talk to everyone else, even if it aint true. its better to stay invisible in this city, otherwise you get pulled into the same trouble everyone seems to thrive on.
right on!
Bring the pain

Bluefield, WV

#7 Jul 18, 2013
"Me: "Switches for my bitches"

Robbie Sommazze: "And snitches get stitches"

Me:(Giggles)"

This syntax indicates that the person that wrote this would not usually talk in the AFro-Urban venacular dialect. Sommazze...is that surmise or summary slang? Who is Robbie, and why does it pertain to this topic?
krullian answer you seek

Princeton, WV

#8 Jul 18, 2013
Bring the pain wrote:
"Me: "Switches for my bitches"
Robbie Sommazze: "And snitches get stitches"
Me:(Giggles)"
This syntax indicates that the person that wrote this would not usually talk in the AFro-Urban venacular dialect. Sommazze...is that surmise or summary slang? Who is Robbie, and why does it pertain to this topic?
It's quite funny that you should mention it, as Robbie would utilize such terms as "syntax", in our conversations and discussions about language, articulation, enunciation, etc...(especially grammatical issues)

We mutually marveled at what I pointed out; the American English tendency to use an "AN" (reserved for article indication prior to words starting with vowels) instead of an "A" (usually found before words beginning with consonants), for words beginning with an H (even non-silent Hs). Example: "AN Historical figure"

Oh yeah, to answer your question, he's the self-proclaimed "Italian from Shinnston". And the only thing that this reference has to do with this thread is the fact that it mentioned "snitches".

Lemon "judge it" icon, please, for that post. And a floatie lifesaver ring for this one, if you will. Hearts and burnt out lightbulbs also welcome, notwithstanding intentions of any nature, whatsoever.

(Another topic of discussion: why people use "irregardless" instead of "regardless")

(Bonus Topic: Look for B.D. Wong (of Law and Order SVU fame) in the Karate Kid, part deux, during a session of Critique du Cinema, at the original location of the Chez Monieux.)
further information

Princeton, WV

#9 Jul 18, 2013
krullian answer you seek wrote:
<quoted text>
It's quite funny that you should mention it, as Robbie would utilize such terms as "syntax", in our conversations and discussions about language, articulation, enunciation, etc...(especially grammatical issues)
We mutually marveled at what I pointed out; the American English tendency to use an "AN" (reserved for article indication prior to words starting with vowels) instead of an "A" (usually found before words beginning with consonants), for words beginning with an H (even non-silent Hs). Example: "AN Historical figure"
Oh yeah, to answer your question, he's the self-proclaimed "Italian from Shinnston". And the only thing that this reference has to do with this thread is the fact that it mentioned "snitches".
Lemon "judge it" icon, please, for that post. And a floatie lifesaver ring for this one, if you will. Hearts and burnt out lightbulbs also welcome, notwithstanding intentions of any nature, whatsoever.
(Another topic of discussion: why people use "irregardless" instead of "regardless")
(Bonus Topic: Look for B.D. Wong (of Law and Order SVU fame) in the Karate Kid, part deux, during a session of Critique du Cinema, at the original location of the Chez Monieux.)
AKA "Bobby Mazzone, the Italian from Shinnston"

Chess master, Star Wars know-it-all, former semi-professional rock drummer, etc., etc., etc...
BD Wong

Bluefield, WV

#10 Jul 18, 2013
Well Krullian I do ascertain that you were the original poster of the Robbie Sommazze...with your use of () and having skipping a space between your sentences...I lack the knowledge to refute your claim. It seems that you either have smoked pot or tripped acid, but you are still very intelligent. I just hope you wrote that for what you claim instead of being a hint of something sinister to come....
BD Wong

Bluefield, WV

#11 Jul 18, 2013
It is also comforting to know that you know about judging a topix post with a lightbulb or life raft. That means you are a regular and not what I thought you were....
Critique duCinema founder

Princeton, WV

#12 Jul 18, 2013
Only the wildest of speculation can imagine what you thought I was, unless and until you confirm your own thoughts.

What I used to refer to as "psychedelic" or "hallucinogenic," I now call "visionary;" and have partaken of as such for the sole purpose of intellectual development.

Alas, I have also gained a special kind of wisdom from such pursuits, knowing that anyone and everyone is capable of being a con man or rip-off artist, including and even especially, dirty old hippies.
top hat

Princeton, WV

#13 Jul 18, 2013
Critique duCinema founder wrote:
Only the wildest of speculation can imagine what you thought I was, unless and until you confirm your own thoughts.
What I used to refer to as "psychedelic" or "hallucinogenic," I now call "visionary;" and have partaken of as such for the sole purpose of intellectual development.
Alas, I have also gained a special kind of wisdom from such pursuits, knowing that anyone and everyone is capable of being a con man or rip-off artist, including and even especially, dirty old hippies.
False! Only LSD manufactured in Britain by Druids at Stonehenge during the Vernal Equinox and consumed at midnight on Samhain has the beneficial effects of channeling the ancient *oh I've said too much*

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