Random n@.

1. So this means I can walk up to my neighbor, smack his face, break his eyeglasses, then turn to his wife, punch her, pull her hair, and then knock her old fragile ass to the ground … and I’ll be able to have the charged dismissed in court? Awesome. Good to know. But can I meow at them?

2. A man got on the elevator today and instead of turning around like a human being should and facing the door, he chose to face the back wall the entire time. Not kneeing him in the huevos and then following it with a swift uppercut when he keeled over in pain? All my energy. Should have done it, though. Apparently, the charges would have been dismissed.

3. Reader Jordan gave me a heads up on this rumor that Steve Teeling is hastalavistababied from WPXI. Can’t say I’m too sad as I’ve never quite grown fond of him. He’s no Stephen Cropper or Demetrius Ivory.


  1. miXi
    August 24, 2006 3:59 pm

    How sad. But I’ve met that woman before and seriously, the rules by which we live our lives do not apply to her.

  2. Matt H
    August 24, 2006 4:39 pm

    That whole meowing story is crazy. I think the older woman has a right to be mad but I don’t think it is enough taunting to warrant a harassment charge against a child. The 14 year old should take a little life lesson and respect his elders.

  3. Lino Gunn
    August 24, 2006 11:55 pm

    Ask yourself this; What cop, in his right mind, with all his training and education, with a trace of common sense, would allow an old woman to convince him to arrest a youngster strictly on her saying that the kid made mouth noises at her? Regardless of the reason. Something is terribly wrong with the system.

  4. latchkey
    August 25, 2006 10:10 am

    Tell me about it – I live across the street from a family of subhumans who, if you look at them cross eyed, threaten to call the cops on you and/or your kids. Meanwhile, the cops are at their house often for domestic issues – the latest being last night with their daughter overdosing. I guess there is another neighborhood like mine – Dysfunction Junction!