Saturday, March 28, 2009


I dislike/loathe/wish to spit on Cheney, I abhor Bush PLUS ... I absolutely DETEST JOHN YOO.

Mainly because that RAT BASTARD should represent everything that is HOLY and INALIENABLE about my America and yours AND also presents himself as a Professor of LAW at Berkeley of all places.

That just pisses me fucking OFF.

I did a lengthy article on Bush's signing statements.> When you read all that John Yoo was up to and how he actually defended Bush over and over and over again.

AND was party to saying it was yknow OKAY to gouge out folks' eyeballs if you needed them to answer a question.

And then smile like a fucking EEL from a spot at Berkeley.


I think I'm going to head to Spain and get them to reach beyond their borders and nail you AND YOO.
Just kidding. I know some of yall been there long before me.


I'm reposting the entire article. Sorry to the AP but hey couldn't pick out the ONE PARAGRAPH that was most important....

WHY is George not included??

Barack, darlin' I don't want you running over to spain to talk them out of this. Odd how that appeared at the end of the article.

MADRID, – A Spanish court has agreed to consider opening a criminal case against six former Bush administration officials, including former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, over allegations they gave legal cover for torture at Guantanamo Bay, a lawyer in the case said Saturday.
Human rights lawyers brought the case before leading anti-terror judge Baltasar Garzon, who agreed to send it on to prosecutors to decide whether it had merit, Gonzalo Boye, one of the lawyers who brought the charges, told The Associated Press.
The ex-Bush officials are Gonzales; former undersecretary of defense for policy Douglas Feith; former Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff David Addington; Justice Department officials John Yoo and Jay S. Bybee; and Pentagon lawyer William Haynes.
"The charges as related to me make no sense," Feith said Saturday. "They criticize me for promoting a controversial position that I never advocated."
Yoo declined to comment. A message left at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco where Bybee is now a judge was not immediately returned. A message left at Chevron Corp. in San Ramon, Calif., where Haynes reportedly works as an attorney was not immediately returned.
Spanish law allows courts to reach beyond national borders in cases of torture or war crimes under a doctrine of universal justice, though the government has recently said it hopes to limit the scope of the legal process.
Garzon became famous for bringing charges against former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1998, and he and other Spanish judges have agreed to investigate alleged abuses everywhere from Tibet to Argentina's "dirty war," El Salvador and Rwanda.
Still, the country's record in prosecuting such cases has been spotty at best, with only one suspect extradited to Spain so far.
When a similar case was brought against Israeli officials earlier this year, Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos assured his Israeli counterpart that the process would be quashed.
Even if indictments are eventually handed down against the U.S. officials, it is far from clear whether arrests would ever take place. The officials would have to travel outside the United States and to a country willing to take them into custody before possible extradition to Spain.
The officials are charged with providing a legal cover for interrogation methods like waterboarding against terrorism suspects at Guantanamo, which the Spanish human rights lawyers say amounted to torture.
Yoo, for instance, wrote a series of secret memos that claimed the president had the legal authority to circumvent the Geneva Conventions.
President George W. Bush always denied the U.S. tortured anyone. The U.S. has acknowledged that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-described plotter of Sept. 11, and a few other prisoners were waterboarded at secret CIA prisons before being taken to Guantanamo, but the Bush administration insisted that all interrogations were lawful.
Boye said he expected the National Court to take the case forward, and dismissed concerns that it would harm bilateral relations between the two countries.
He said that some of the victims of the alleged torture were Spaniards, strengthening the argument for Spanish jurisdiction.
"When you bring a case like this you can't stop to make political judgments as to how it might affect bilateral relations between countries," he told the AP." It's too important for that."
Boye noted that the case was brought not against interrogators who might have committed crimes but by the lawyers and other high-placed officials who gave cover for their actions.
"Our case is a denunciation of lawyers, by lawyers, because we don't believe our profession should be used to help commit such barbarities," he said.
Another lawyer with detailed knowledge of the case told the AP that Garzon's decision to consider the charges was "a significant first step." The lawyer spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
There was no immediate comment from Garzon or the government.
The judge's decision to send the case against the American officials to prosecutors means it will proceed, at least for now. Prosecutors must now decide whether to recommend a full-blown investigation, though Garzon is not bound by their decision.
The proceedings against the Bush Administration officials could be embarrassing for Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, who has been keen to improve ties with the United States after frosty relations during the Bush Administration.
Zapatero is scheduled to meet President Barack Obama for the first time on April 5 during a summit in Prague.

Hey Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero .. here's a way to UNFROST your ties with the United States ...


Still no bodies ... NIck Schuyler

They're spending WAY too much time trying to sway public opinion on this.

EVERYONE KNOWS that something much different went on besides the FIVE ACCOUNTS we've heard thus far.

First swimming for a light, now dying in his arms.


looking for a reason to stop small boats?????? NEW LAWS??? They've never minded a few sacrifices in the pursuit of CONTROL.

Jessica Lunsford for the nazi that runs around the country promoting nazi exclusionary laws that limit a person's ability to find a place to live when maybe they've only urinated in public. Or had sex with their girlfriend.... or an UNDERAGE GIRL like Jessica Lunsford's older brother, Mark Lunsford's other unfortunate child.

Nick Schuyler is very articulate (i guess that's okay because he's a white guy) according to the person who wrote this report ... is this like the TENTH article on this???? trying to sway public opinion???????

AND, his own doctor said there is no way that he was confused enough by hypothermia to make things up as he did.

See, yall have shitty plans. You need to GET THE STORY STRAIGHT before the coast guard gets there.....

PatFL from pinellas
Mar 28th, 2009 5:01 PM
READ the whole story before asking such as...ine Q's! Have been to the middlegrounds many times with an experienced boater and in a much bigger boat. Would he have gone out with the weather report? NEVER! May God Bless these boys and their families.
BigAl from Brooksville
Mar 28th, 2009 3:50 PM
I only opened this article to post of how sick I am of reading about it. Don't you guys have any other thing going on to report about?
Bill K from St. Petersburg
Mar 28th, 2009 3:33 PM
One thought. How much does an anchor cost. When they couldn't get the ancor up, just leave it, it's cheap.
Bob from Florida
Mar 28th, 2009 2:18 PM
Some of these comment demonstrate how "little" some people can be. A real inability to connect with others. Should the cost of mistakes be death? Cruel, heartless people! Frightening!
Bt from St Aug.
Mar 28th, 2009 1:58 PM
Elaine from Hernando Co.--instead of watching so much TV that puts crazy conspiracy thoughts in your empty head, read a book on proper grammar, or check a dictionary on how to spell "leary". It was a tragic accident, caused by bad decisions-period!
Pablo from Temple Terrace
Mar 28th, 2009 1:05 PM
Hey, St. Pete Times, it would be useful if you guys had some expert advice on what the proper procedure is in that situation. It could help other boaters.
Joel from Palm Harbor
Mar 28th, 2009 12:39 PM
Having the money to purchase a boat doesn't mean the owner has the ability or knowledge to operate the boat. Three live lost over the cost of an anchor. How terrible.
kesha from pasco
Mar 28th, 2009 10:34 AM
The "captain" is clearly guilty of negligent manslaughter. I'm surprised da families have not tried to sue ANYBODY as usual...
Scott from Saint Pete
Mar 28th, 2009 10:32 AM
Why check the weather or learn boater safety when your a NFL star! Give me a break they have privilages you common people don't have. Give it a break. Don't think your relatives will be able to get the coast guard searching for over 3 days.
James from Weeki Wachee
Mar 28th, 2009 9:50 AM
1 boat, 1 engine, 4 men, 1 surviver, King of the Hill (Hull)? Maybe.
Peter from Spring Hill FL
Mar 28th, 2009 9:04 AM
God bless & comfort the hearts and souls of the families and men themselves. I know they're good people, didn't deserve this. Unfortunately poor judgement and decisions led to such circumstances. May we all learn or reaffirm from such mistakes.peace
Peter from Shelter Island NY
Mar 28th, 2009 8:30 AM
Let me see? Alcohol + Inufficient and inaccessable PFD's + improper anchoring + no float plan + no waterproof VHF + no weather watch + no boaters safety course = Recipe for the disaster that happened.
Dever from Chattanooga
Mar 28th, 2009 8:15 AM
should they have ventured out that day due to weather and why so far??? education!!!! boating is not like playing in one's sandbox. such tragedy!
Dave from Port Richey
Mar 28th, 2009 7:44 AM
Nuthin' like arm chair quarterbacks! You guys probably have all the answers to the world's problems.
Nancy from Clearwater
Mar 28th, 2009 7:23 AM
Lets's windy, theres a cold front coming, lets take a 21 foot boat 50 miles out into the Gulf, lets drink, take no 2 way radio, no safety course, no common sense.....
mc from clearwater
Mar 28th, 2009 7:16 AM
Thank you Brant from Miami.Couldn't have said it better myself. You conspiracy people need to get off the couch, turn off CSI, and maybe read up on boating safety/ effects of hypothermia. The press printed some story details w/o confirming them.
Denise from Brandon, FL
Mar 28th, 2009 7:03 AM
I hope to God that the families of these men are not reading the comments that you people have made about these men. These men are someone's brothers, sons, boyfriends and husbands. Do any of you have a heart?
Cecil from Mad Bch
Mar 28th, 2009 6:57 AM
Carrie from St Pete: Didn't find the anchor ? Are you kidding? Have you even seen the gulf? How would anyone find the anchor?
Dan from New York
Mar 28th, 2009 6:48 AM
My wife and I took the Coast Guard safety course last summer and we learned about filing a "float plan" and to NEVER tie the anchor line to the transom. When I read this, I realized how avoidable this tragedy was. The sea is unforgiving.
Robbie from Inverness
Mar 28th, 2009 6:17 AM
Inexperience, linked to bravado and almost unbelievable stupidity, cost three men their lives. Maybe the coast guard, and others, will routinely stop small boats, heading out into the Gulf, and look for an EPIRB ....
Carol from Seminole
Mar 28th, 2009 6:14 AM
Oh for pete's sake you weirdo's..., this was a BOATING ACCIDENT as a result of poor decision making, NOT SOME DEATH CONSPIRACY. Geez... Some people on these boards create a whole new definition for ignorant - for real. Geez.
George from Tarpon Springs
Mar 28th, 2009 5:27 AM
I may not be the brightest lightbulb but...the things these guys did just don't make any sense.
kyle from stpete
Mar 28th, 2009 5:24 AM
There is a front coming in tonight. Do not take a small boat out.
Danny from Largo
Mar 28th, 2009 5:04 AM
Don't people check the weather before they go out 50 miles into the Gulf with a 21 foot boat?
Pete from St Pete
Mar 28th, 2009 4:41 AM
The anchor they showed on Tv is the cheapest anchor to buy and one of the hardest to remove from the bottom. There are better ones for easy anchor easy remove. Sounds like lack of experience with a boat caused the mistakes.
Brant from Miami
Mar 28th, 2009 4:26 AM
Expanding on Steve's point: The conspiracy-mongering over this story seems to mainly come from people who(a) have no boating experience, (b) have no reading comprehension skills, and/or (c) have no knowledge of the effects of hypothermia.
TinMan from Tampa
Mar 28th, 2009 4:24 AM
Only morons would go 50 miles off shore in a 21' open boat to start with. Add in no VHF, no EPIRB, no experience & it's a recipe for disaster (or criminal negligence, take your pick).
marty from Branford
Mar 28th, 2009 4:03 AM
Tragic to lose 3 lives over boating basics. The craft looked in pics to have shallow transom freeboard in the first place, regardless of anchoring. Add a likely following sea that night and even with cutting the anchor you have potential swamping.
ed from new port richey
Mar 28th, 2009 3:52 AM
anyone thinking comspiracy on thi, you're nuts, poor boating decisions were made here. They never should have left the ramp. safety, first last and always. god bless their families.
Ken from Tampa
Mar 28th, 2009 3:14 AM
Even in a sad story, some people look for a conspiracy under every rock. Get some professional help, people.
Natasha from Tarpon Springs, FL
Mar 28th, 2009 2:08 AM
The night the search began was so windy and cold even inside my house! I could hear the gusts from my bedroom, and I sat thinking...I couldn't imagine being outside wet. These poor guys... for Nick to survive that, I admire his mental strength.
Natasha from Tarpon Springs
Mar 28th, 2009 2:00 AM
These 4 men have taught me a lot. Be at peace. Look...when I've had to cut my fishing line/ hook because it gets caught, it's annoying! These guys just didn't want to lose another anchor. That's just human nature/ stubbornness.
Gloria from Virginia
Mar 28th, 2009 1:07 AM
Its time for the lawsuits to begin, then Nick Schuyler can be question in a court of law. I'm sure he's lying now.
Bill from Texas
Mar 28th, 2009 1:01 AM
Why does some idiot always think someone needs to be charged with a crime?
DR from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 9:21 PM
G, read the report again. It clearly states that Nick cut the anchor and of course, it wasn't found. Sad, terrible, avoidable story. We will never get the reason why they put their lives on the line to catch fish.
k from Louisiana
Mar 27th, 2009 8:46 PM
Irresponsible to post these families addresses on the internet. Understandable to post the facts of investigation but you've created a huge security issue for the families. My condolences to all involved.
mike from st. pete
Mar 27th, 2009 8:34 PM
This almost happened to me and two friends,in similar gulf conditions while fishing two years ago. Conditions deteriorate rapidly as many of you know,we all make errors in judgement but seldom pay with our lives. Please dont insult these victims.
lonewolf from Crytstal River
Mar 27th, 2009 7:33 PM
Hey pat from San Francisco, guilt is a heavy burden as well, not just PTSD.
Crystal from New Port Richey
Mar 27th, 2009 7:24 PM
G from keys, it clearly says that they cut the anchor line w/the prop. And to all you people who have never been out there when things go bad, you have no clue how fast it happens, and the sense of panic clouds your thinking.
carrie from st pete
Mar 27th, 2009 6:05 PM
Worried about a $100 anchor in very choppy waters ? 4 guys/$25 each After boat flipped Schuyler cut the anchor line w/propellor, odd if there was no slack & boat was upside down. Anchor and bodies never found....
Mel from St. Pete
Mar 27th, 2009 6:00 PM
Read the last sentence G from the Keys.
CaptRick from MadBeach
Mar 27th, 2009 5:01 PM
Inexperience was the only reason this loss of life happened. first off to break you anchor loose you only need put the boat in gear and run up past the anchor. the bow is much stronger than the transom or gunnel and your heading into the sea. GD Luck
scott from st pete
Mar 27th, 2009 3:14 PM
You dont need brains to buy a boat- just money.
steve from tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 3:03 PM
You people with no offshore boating experience, stop thinking up conspiracies. These people made some poor decisions?which is quite enough to get you into trouble out there, even without conspiracies?and paid the price. But less hostility, please!
pat from San Francisco
Mar 27th, 2009 2:56 PM
Had all 4 lived, only Cooper/owner/operator would have been charged. Totally his responsibility to know how to operate the boat safely. I hope Schuyler is seeking psychological help to lesson the chance of life-long trauma. PTSD is a heavy burden.
G from Keys
Mar 27th, 2009 2:23 PM
Was the boat still anchored when the Coast Guard found it? That's not answered in either the article or the report.
Bob from Dunrdin
Mar 27th, 2009 2:16 PM
Four big guys, 21-ft boat? Overload? Hardtop changes center of gravity? Out too far? Predicted weather front coming in? No radio. Anchored to stern cleat w/no scope? Accident looking for a place to happen!
julio from crystal river
Mar 27th, 2009 2:09 PM
Evidence that a college degree does not equal common sense. Something still smells very fishly regarding this story. An abyss of unknowns and inconsistencies.
Mike from Palm Harbor
Mar 27th, 2009 1:41 PM
Just freaking sad!!
Mar 27th, 2009 1:00 PM
I hope lives will be saved by this tragic accident. I do smell something fishy with Nick's account or version of events.Keep in mind there were only three life jackets,one floatable device.He didn't have one initially,but ended up having one on!!
Scott from Seminole
Mar 27th, 2009 12:57 PM
A professional football player concerned over an $80 anchor? Wow.
Andrew from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 12:33 PM
The time matters b/c it was almost sunset and they were still miles out and the fact weather reports made it clear storms were moving in at that time. They blundered on a number of fronts.
Dan from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 11:54 AM
First time to comment on here. All boaters have/should learn(ed)from this. I just got my first EPIRB because of this sad event. Have over 500hrs boating yet still learning. God bless the families, but rest assured knowing this event will save others
J from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 11:02 AM
Wait a minute, I thought they said that Bleakley saw a light and started swimming after it says he died and was released. Which is the truth?
Sarah from St. Pete
Mar 27th, 2009 11:00 AM
For a measly $80 bucks, I'd have cut the anchor loose in weather that bad.
Greg from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 10:47 AM
Duh...this is all common much money was wasted investigating this? I am sorry for their losses, but there was no need to spend money investigating the obvious.
Trina from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 10:27 AM
So sad...My heart goes out to the families.
John from St. Pete
Mar 27th, 2009 10:26 AM
Get your epirb and don't be a ding-ding. Sad story but it wasn't unavoidable.
Elaine from Hernando County
Mar 27th, 2009 10:25 AM
I'm still very liery as to how this energyless survivor Schuyler however is hanging on to the over turned boat for dear life, find strength and room left in his arms to comfort Bleakley unto death? This is such a red flag to this reader.
gator from clearwater
Mar 27th, 2009 10:18 AM
what time does it matter that they were anchored? bottom line is they made bad boating decisions which cost them their lives. God Bless the families.
Ashley from St. Petersburg
Mar 27th, 2009 10:16 AM
I hope everyone that owns, will ever own or will ever go on a boat reads this story and never forgets about these men, their story will forever change the lives of people they never got to meet. Bless them for every life they will save. RIP
ctb from st. pete
Mar 27th, 2009 10:15 AM
Horrible! Education/training is sorely needed by a LOT of FL boaters...
Mike from Largo
Mar 27th, 2009 10:08 AM
I read the report and it all makes sense. Inexperience sealed the men's fate. And for the sake of the families, I wish that all the conspiracy therorists out there would just shut up. (But we know they wont.)
Kevin from Detroit
Mar 27th, 2009 10:07 AM
Hindsight is always 20/20 and while I'm sure these guys were doing what they felt was the right thing to do at the time it'll be the survior and the families that live with the what ifs now. This was an accident and a sad turn of events
Bobby from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 9:48 AM
Well, he obviously was "experienced" as reported if he lost an anchor the same way a week before and had not learned from that to slowy power over the anchor with it cleated at the bow. That's seamanship 101.
Chris from St Pete, FL
Mar 27th, 2009 9:43 AM
Stupid, stupid, stupid. The legislature, that is. Boat owners/operators should be licensed - educated and tested being the priority and a license being the only means to insure compliance.
bulletinizer from St. Pete Beach
Mar 27th, 2009 9:37 AM
If Marquis Cooper had lived, negligent manslaughter. Will Bleakley would face contributatory negligence. Corey Smith's family wins the lawsuit lottery and Nick Schuyler is lucky to be breathing. Why, why didn't they just cut another anchor. So sad...
Andrew from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 9:09 AM
So it wasn't a wave at all that capsized these guys. Why were they anchored at 5:30?
Reeves from Tampa
Mar 27th, 2009 7:49 AM
Many more lives are going to be saved in the future because of their ordeal. Many fishermen have learned a lot from this. God Bless the families.

what i'm tossin ....

so much easier to keep afloat than the shit you're passing from hand to hand... and much less messy ....

you're fucking up things for EVERYBODY. Not just me. I'm watching. I'm watching and I have to wonder how much more you'll sacrifice in pursuit of the impossible.

Standing on a bus stop
Feeling your head pop
Out in the night
In the kind of night
Where you want to be out
On the street, on the street
Crawling up the walls
Like a cat in heat

And the air is thin
And it blows through your skin
And you feel like something
Is about to begin
But you don't know what
And you don't know when
So you tear at your hair
And you scratch at your skin

You wanna run away, run away
Just get on the fucking train and leave today
And it doesn't matter where you spend the night
You just might end up somewhere in a fight, in a fight
Or calling your room on a concrete shelf
Fighting all alone, with yourself, with yourself
And you just wanna feel like a coin that's been tossed
In a wishing well, a wishing well
A wishing well, a wishing well
Well you're tossed in the air
And you fell and you fell
Through the dark blue waters
Where you cast your spell
Like you were just a wish that could turn out well

So you stand on the corner
Where the angels sit
And you think to yourself,
"This is it, this is it
This is all that I have
All I can stand
Is this air in my lungs
And this coin in my hand"
That you tossed in the air
And I fell, and I fell
All the way to the bottom
Of the well, of the well
Like those soft little secrets
That you tell, that you tell
To yourself, when you think
No one's listening to, well

And the walls spin
And you're paper-thin
From the haze of the smoke
And the mess calling
The threat of your brow
Under unmade sheets
In your ear with the noise
From the darkest streets
We ran far and wide
You screamed, you cried
You thought suicide was an alibi
But you were always a mess
You were always aloof
Yeah, it's awful, I guess
But it's the awful truth
It was truth from the first
To the last words that she read

And she emerged from the dark
Like a ghost in my head
She said, "I haven't forgot
Any words that you said
I just stare at the clocks
And I cry in my sleep
And I tear up your letters
And I burn them in heaps
And I gather the ashes
In that hole in the ground
Where we fell"

Try to remember .... try to remember ....

you don't seem to give a fuck that it came to this.

I URGE you to reconsider. I URGE YOU.

Pick up a copy of 'hiding in plain sight'.

I URGE you to do so.

This is no different. Holes that entire tribes can dance through ...

and he'll always choose me.

and my mama can kick your mama's ass from where she is without a ten foot pole.

(spoken in spliff)

west tampa fire THANGS and THUGS

OMG that was TOOOO funny.... all the weaving and mashing on the interstate ... and then every person that got on the interstate behind me all got off together at the fire station in west tampa (those lazy folks who just drive a block hop on and then back off BUT sometimes drive all the way here to escort me down .... blondie runnin late ... shodey wanna thug but I was IN THE CLUB>>>>)

Seriously FOR GOD'S SAKE >>> who comes up with these stupid plans???

I have a prize to award for the best crime FAMILY EVER but I don't want to make the others feel inferior.

I mean .. worse. They must feel pretty inferior to .. yknow .. be happy in a box.

you livin in a box of hate. crunchy like cereal but .... running out of spoons and milk.

I love ya I DO but you're behaving very incorrectly.

WEST TAMPA >>? seriously... you can hire me to consult.... because yall need some serious help or are the ds just feeling reactionary??
Well stop your stupid f'ing fake breakins.

They're just stupid.
AND you realize, of course, that you're on my hook. What you do I yank that skanky bastard in on ...

so there's that.

And yall such good friends and all.
Mr. K... I saw ya slitherin around ... ya found your ball???

Gonads back in the drawers??

NAH I really REALLY doubt it.

I mean I see ya. I see yer crack whores.

it's very troubling to me to think that you believe yourself to be a leader among men.

Even cockroaches will piss on your grave.

Love YA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ya had yourself another big day today, huh?

well bully for you.


I do NOT believe this story. I do not believe this story even a minute.
This smells like trying to create another law. Another stupid, freedom-sucking law. Dear god ... please let a big hole open and all these ignorant people who believe this is a way to live fall in and not get hurt but ... get laid and find a life without controlling others...

Because from where I sit people are allowed to shoot at you and even JUDGES DO NOTHING. NOTHING.

Because that's okay.

I just don't believe this story.

Too much BULLSHIT IN TAMPA ... and imagine a ball player's wife to get everyone's attention.

Because that should SO be a priority.

It's a total setup for something... keep watching.


huh. Who knows HOW LONG they've floated this one by?? It's ludicrous. Anyway ... I won't tell you why it caught my eye but no I won't be looking for any more of your stupid shit. YOU MAKE ME LAUGH. But I have things to do despite your best efforts to change that ...

Dude you came and stalked my cousin. You and the FAT RED LINE of corruption, theft and MURDER. You got outed. You won't be alone out there for long.

OMG. Relax. You wanted attention, right? Is that your wife, the screamner????

AND TPD 828 has left the building. After seeing this broad EVERYWHERE for days and days ... and then weeks and months .... off it went into the sunset.

Is it like really hatd to get a new car assignment or something???

Just get a new car.

But, don't forget you got out and danced around for awhile, too.

She is a screamer alright.

Again, you all leave YOUR homes to follow me around as I go about my life. So, who's zoomin' who?


Oh and if you're having a hard time scoring a new car just tell me ... I have high up xections at TPD.

Who's zoomin who????

Tome ... your crack hos are stupid looking is that what's her name's sister????

She kinda looks like it when I look yall up for your DOM VIOL thingies.

It's awful for a guy with your kind of temper to have to maintain control.
That's why I'm terrified of you. When you finally snap or you and the biker send someone to kill me .... NO ALIBI will keep you safe because of your record and prior history.



But I know yall just hold that up like a shield.

If the fing places are so important go back there and live like MEN AND WOMEN.

America doesn't want your he said she said BULL SHIT.

Blanks and Charges

Okay, tell me if this sounds mercenary. I'm leaving out names and identities for now, and even some words to protect those who frankly don't deserve protection but having never been a RAT (like some) I just don't feel good about spilling people's filthy sides of their lives onto the WWW...

However -- (you knew this was coming, right??) -- I'm willing to disclose same for a fee. In fact, I'm going to disclose some of this in a book which will definitely be for sale very soon but if you'd like to know if your name or some similar aspect that identifies your smarmy and illegal acts towards me and my family have been mentioned I'd be happy to negotiate a fee with you. For the record, save your pennies if I've known you longer than thirty years. Out of respect for you and your family I'll leave your names out. Out of respect for you and your family I have remained silent. Apparently this same respect was not inbred in you. That's a pity but you and yours are safe with me. The ones who took it upon themselves to do your bidding against an innocent family are wide open just like they've left MY family wide open. Herewith I refer to my extended family and network many of whom are currently suffering at your hands. Be on notice.

Bush McCain Huggy Bears 2008

Bush McCain Huggy Bears 2008
Blast Off's Huggy Bear Pic Challenge

A Nation in DISTRESS

A Nation in DISTRESS


In my living room watching;
but I am not laughing ....

..... risk something, take back what's yours
say something that you know they might attack you for
cause I'm sick of being treated like I have before ....
Meanwhile, the leader just talks away
Stuttering and mumbling for nightly news to replay
And the rest of the world watching at the end of the day

In their living room laughing like,

"what did he say?"

Fight the Good Fight

" .... courage is humankind's cardinal virtue, because ''it makes all other virtues possible."
Reverend William Sloane Coffin

......" And I dare you to ask for a lot, I dare you to hold fast to your ideals and to expound them as publicly and as fearlessly as Martin Luther King and Bill Coffin and Betty Friedan and those dozens of grandmothers arrested a few weeks ago for protesting the war in Iraq."

Francine du Plessix Gray


MainSTREAMMedia=Bush Propaganda Machine

vox dictionary
Never Mistake Kindness for Weakness
I prefer to be a dreamer among the humblest, with visions to be realized, than lord among those without dreams and desires. Kahlil Gibran
Every man dies.

Not every man really lives.

In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends...... Martin Luther King, Jr.

Vox Talk

Contrary to popular belief:

Patience is NOT a virtue.

It is concentrated strength.
"The pioneers of a warless world are the young men (and women) who refuse military service."

- Albert Einstein
"Only those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly" – Robert Kennedy
"Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation…want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightening. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters…. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will." Frederick Douglass, 1857
Tis nobler to lose honor to save the lives of men than it is to gain honor by taking them.

~David Borenstein

You cannot win a War on Terrorism. It’s like having a war on jealousy.

~David Cross

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Fight Child Protective Services False Accusations

Fighting Child Protective Services False Accusations

About Me

I was born a citizen of the world and have remained such but along with that: I'm a long time Tampa resident. Mixed bag at that as I've seen life here from nearly all angles and while somewhere in there I became slightly indoctrinated, I'm not too proud of the way people have taken over this city and run it with an iron fist for all but some. This city is working hard on creating just two classes. Thems and them dont's and they are working hard to shove some families down into the gutter for reasons known only to them. Some might be as petty as jealousy, some might be politically motivated, some might just be stupid and all are wrong. I want to believe we can get better but that would entail some stuff that I have no control over. I only can control myself and my reactions to what occurs.

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My apologies

Addendum: Please check back to older posts as I am constantly updating them as I have more time to delve into the interesting subjects. I thought that comments were automatically enabled. I apologize for the inability to comment. I was able to comment but that's because I'm the author (duh) Now, everyone can comment. It's a free for all. Hey, as well, if you'd like to publish to this blog it'd be cool if you were like-minded but if you're not that's okay too -- just email me and I'll add your email to the list of publishers to this blog. Tampas Back Door Ways (OR)