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A man and a woman were caught having sex in a bathroom at a Tennessee nightclub last week, police said.

At first, police ordered the couple to leave and get a taxi home, but the two had other ideas.


While one officer escorted the 26-year-old Clarksville man out of the bathroom, a female officer told the "completely naked" 28-year-old woman to get dressed.

"It was clear that the two subjects had been fornicating in the restroom," according to the warrant.

While the female officer waited, the woman called her back in. The woman said she "did not understand what the big deal was."

The officer told her that men were not allowed in the women's restroom for safety reasons.

The man was escorted out of the building and told to find a ride home because of his intoxication level. A few minutes later, the woman, who smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot eyes, was escorted out and told to get a cab, the warrant report said.

"We were still on scene investigating the original incident when the two subjects continued to stumble through the parking lot," the warrants said.

Officers kept an eye on them to make sure neither tried to drive.

"Instead, they both entered the nearby Porta-Potty," according to the warrants. "Officers banged on the door several times before they opened it up. Both subjects' clothing was once again disheveled. It was clear they were attempting to fornicate again."

Both were charged with public intoxication and indecent exposure and booked into Montgomery County (Tenn.) Jail on $2,000 bonds. They were released on bond Saturday.




“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#627

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come on ociffer, you're being like such a cock block right now, man!

#628

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#629

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I would have demanded to see a writ of coitus interruptus




Please ask me about my plumber.

#630

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Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded

Last March, five women gathered in a home near here to enter a secret sisterhood they were told was created to empower women.

To gain admission, they were required to give their recruiter — or “master,” as she was called — naked photographs or other compromising material and were warned that such “collateral” might be publicly released if the group’s existence were disclosed.

The women, in their 30s and 40s, belonged to a self-help organization called Nxivm, which is based in Albany and has chapters across the country, Canada and Mexico.

Sarah Edmondson, one of the participants, said she had been told she would get a small tattoo as part of the initiation. But she was not prepared for what came next.

Each woman was told to undress and lie on a massage table, while three others restrained her legs and shoulders. According to one of them, their “master,” a top Nxivm official named Lauren Salzman, instructed them to say: “Master, please brand me, it would be an honor.”

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

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Winner Of High School Golf Tournament Denied Trophy, Because She's A Girl

Emily Nash was allowed to play. She just wasn't allowed to win.

Nash, a junior at Lunenburg High School in Lunenburg, Mass., had the lowest score in the Central Mass Division 3 Boys' Golf Tournament. But the first-place trophy was awarded to a boy who was four strokes behind her, because of the rules of the tournament.

...T.J. Auclair, a writer for the PGA, agreed. He called her 3-over-par score "impressive" and wrote that the rule that denied her a trophy is "so bad it makes a shank look good":

"So, let's get this straight. Nash's score which was the best in the field by four strokes, was OK to count toward the team effort, but not OK to count individually?

"And for those wondering, yes, Nash did play from the same tees as the boys, which makes this situation all the more perplexing.
"It's 2017. This rule sounds like it was created in 1917."

One volunteer rules official who helped with the tournament told the Worcester Telegram & Gazette the situation is a "real injustice."

Lunenberg High School doesn't have a girls' golf team, WPBF reports. And the boys' team, despite the boost from Nash's performance, didn't qualify for a spot at states.

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#632

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Shirley wrote:

Winner Of High School Golf Tournament Denied Trophy, Because She's A Girl

Emily Nash was allowed to play. She just wasn't allowed to win.

Nash, a junior at Lunenburg High School in Lunenburg, Mass., had the lowest score in the Central Mass Division 3 Boys' Golf Tournament. But the first-place trophy was awarded to a boy who was four strokes behind her, because of the rules of the tournament.

...T.J. Auclair, a writer for the PGA, agreed. He called her 3-over-par score "impressive" and wrote that the rule that denied her a trophy is "so bad it makes a shank look good":

"So, let's get this straight. Nash's score which was the best in the field by four strokes, was OK to count toward the team effort, but not OK to count individually?

"And for those wondering, yes, Nash did play from the same tees as the boys, which makes this situation all the more perplexing.
"It's 2017. This rule sounds like it was created in 1917."

One volunteer rules official who helped with the tournament told the Worcester Telegram & Gazette the situation is a "real injustice."

Lunenberg High School doesn't have a girls' golf team, WPBF reports. And the boys' team, despite the boost from Nash's performance, didn't qualify for a spot at states.

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Wait a second. How can the boys get any kind of a "boost", from a score that doesn't count?




The 14th is forthcoming..   
In Self we trust..
amen

#633

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She could compete in the team competition but not the individual.
BTW the young man who took home low individual did offer to give her the trophy.




"Do not go gentle into that good night
Old age should burn and rave at the close of day."
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#634

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If there was a boy that wanted to enter a girls golf competition could he do so and if he won could he get a trophy?
If so then yes, that girl should get a trophy.

#635

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#636

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jeebus




"Scientific literacy is an intellectual vaccine against the claims of charlatans who would exploit ignorance"

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What is ‘edge-sorting’ and why did it cost a poker star $10 million in winnings?

Baccarat, the high-stakes card game popularized by the likes of James Bond and Frank Sinatra, is a game of luck, not skill. Unlike poker, it requires no intuition or creativity. And unlike blackjack, players don’t benefit from a well-rehearsed betting strategy. With a house advantage hovering just above 1 percent, baccarat is more like a glorified coin toss.

Unless, of course, you’re Phil Ivey, the world-famous poker champion who found an ingenious — and, it turns out, prohibited — way to exploit the game.

In 2012, Ivey played marathon rounds of baccarat at casinos in New Jersey and Britain. His winnings were staggering. In four visits to the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, he raked in about $9.6 million. And in a two-day baccarat binge at Crockfords in London, he netted more than $10 million.

...

The “edge-sorting” technique that Ivey employed is as complicated as it is esoteric. Practitioners can identify facedown cards by picking out subtle differences in the patterns on their backs. Ivey and his counterpart in the scheme, a professional gambler named Cheung Yin Sun, did it masterfully.

To most people’s eyes, one facedown playing card is indistinguishable from another. It takes acute vision and lots of practice to tell the cards apart just by examining their reverse sides.

But it is possible. Sometimes during the manufacturing process, the cards are cut in such a way that slightly more pattern shows up on one edge than the other. The difference is “sub-millimetric,” the court wrote, but a player with hawklike vision can perceive which of the two edges is facing him before just before the card is drawn from the dealer’s shoe (the plastic device that holds multiple decks of cards).

Of course, that alone doesn’t help. But the scheme can work if the player convinces the dealer to... 




“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#639

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Felony charges?
Stiff crime.

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A student at the University of Hartford in Connecticut was charged with criminal mischief and expelled from school after boasting about having contaminated her roommate’s toothbrush, face lotion and other belongings in an effort to drive her from the room.

The student, Brianna Brochu, 18, was in court on Wednesday for charges that originated with an Instagram post in which she said that she had finally accomplished what had apparently been a long-held goal: ridding herself of her dorm roommate, Chennel Rowe, whom she referred to as “Jamaican Barbie.”

"After one and a half months spitting in her coconut oil, putting moldy clam dip in her lotions, rubbing used tampons on her backpack, putting her toothbrush places where the sun doesn’t shine, and so much more, I can finally say goodbye to Jamaican Barbie,” said the post, which has since been deleted. Ms. Brochu is white; Ms. Rowe is black.

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#642

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#643

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“The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it.  And just sitting in that diaper the whole year.”
N.Y. Jet, Brandon Marshall. Speaking of last season’s disastrous 5 -11 record

#644

Nov 14 2017 2:28 pm
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Take it to the "This Happened to Me Twice" thread.




At least we're not Tiggerboards?

#645

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Z'is go here?





I believe, but I'm also an "independent thinker."  Quite a conundrum.

#646

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DCHawk1 wrote:

Z'is go here?


Chad Kroger?




Defense. Rebounds.

#647

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http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-lou … story.html

Teacher questions pay raise for superintendent and gets arrested

#648

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It’s scary how a cop can manhandle you if he wants to, and all he has to say is “stop resisting,” and you end up with the charge

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