Thursday, March 10, 2005

I have been away.. but return with 2 florida morons.

Moron number 1

Nathan Alan Winkler (no relation to Fonzie)

This rocket scientist chased Michelle Fernandez around Tampa for 4 miles and tried to run her off the road while holding up an anti-Bush sign, police said.
He was freed on $2,000 bail early Wednesday on a charge of aggravated stalking, which carries up to five years in prison.

Read more here at
Foxnews


Moron number 2

Barry M. Seltzer (no relation to the water)

SARASOTA, Fla. — A motorist who told police he was exercising his "political expression" was jailed Wednesday on an aggravated assault charge alleging he tried to run down U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris and a group of re-election campaign supporters.
Witnesses told police a silver Cadillac sped through an intersection and hurtled onto a sidewalk, heading straight toward Harris before swerving at the last minute and driving off.

Guess how they found our second moron.

Witnesses gave the car's license plate number to police, and they tracked it to Barry M. Seltzer, 46, of Sarasota, a registered Democrat.

In the words of Michael Corleone, "I gotta come home to THIS !"

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  • Friday, February 04, 2005

    Orlando, Florida

    First of all, great State Of The Union address, you can see the snarly smugness in our president as he gives the dems in congress a good ass fucking.

    Going to Orlando, will be back soon.


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  • Wednesday, January 26, 2005

    New York City Hot97 FM

    OFFICIAL STATEMENT ON AIRING OF TSUNAMI PARODY SONG

    HOT97 regrets the airing of material that made light of a serious and tragic event. We apologize to our listeners and anyone who was offended.

    Both HOT97's program director and Miss Jones issued on-air apologies on Monday stating that the material was offensive and should not have been aired.

    HOT97 takes pride in its community involvement and in the last few weeks has joined with broadcasters nationwide to raise money for victims of the Tsunami. Our relief effort will result in a substantial cash donation.
    So here is the back story, some rap station in NY played a parody song regarding the Tsunami.

    Listen to the song here.

    And apparently all hell broke loose, I think what upsets me the most is that the damn song is not even that funny, no its horrible, Jesus its horrible. They should be fired for just producing a shitty song.

    As a fan of Opie and Anthony, I know the cringe feeling of knowing that you are listening to something that could very well be end of a career.

    As far as the nonsense of the other side of the coin, the exploitation of this by various New York congressmen calling for federal fines, they are missing the point.

    The song itself was crude and in bad taste but it DID NOT break any FCC guidelines regarding brodcast standards. In case your wondering, hate speach IS covered under our First Amendment.

    As much as it offends, calling people chinks is A OK.



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  • Tuesday, January 25, 2005

    Powell To Resign As Head Of FCC

    The agency under Powell became a cultural force, responding to an unparalleled number of complaints about the coarsening nature of radio and television broadcasts with a fusillade of proposed fines -- more than $8.5 million during his four years as chairman.
    I never really understood the hyprocacy of Michael Powell, Oprah Winfrey could have 13 year old girls on her show talking about giving out blow jobs, but radio personalities like Opie and Anthony and Stern were fined excessive amounts for saying things like, "I want to f her in the a"

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  • Thursday, January 20, 2005

    Michael Moore throws rocks through his glass house.

    Michael Moore's Bodyguard Arrested on Airport Gun Charge

    NEW YORK — Filmmaker Michael Moore's bodyguard was arrested for carrying an unlicensed weapon in New York's JFK airport Wednesday night.

    Police took Patrick Burke, who says Moore employs him, into custody after he declared he was carrying a firearm at a ticket counter. Burke is licensed to carry a firearm in Florida and California, but not in New York. Burke was taken to Queens central booking and could potentially be charged with a felony for the incident.

    Moore's 2003 Oscar-winning film "Bowling for Columbine" criticizes what Moore calls America's "culture of fear" and its obsession with guns.
    Yup, he's a dick.

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