Discussion in 'Four Corners' started by gUt, Jan 21, 2013.
I chuckled. Save a seat on the bus for me.
Brutal. Im glad no one else was shot. Mightve been less risky to just let him take the wallet but i guess you never know.
He's better off dead, that way he won't be able to rob anyone at gunpoint and potentially kill them. f**k that guy and may he rest in piss.
A PERTH man says he feels “violated” after his Uber driver sent him a “creepy text” message asking for oral sex.
Jordan Pavlovski, 33, said he and a colleague used the app to take a 15-minute trip to their two separate homes last Wednesday.
The hair salon owner said the driver kept staring at him through the rear-view mirror, and after dropping off his colleague first, parked in Mr Pavlovski’s driveway and watched him as he entered his home.
It wasn’t until he got inside that he noticed a text message from the driver that said, “If you like giving blow jobs”, with a mobile phone number attached.
I am openly gay, but that should never be an invitation. I don’t know why he thought he could get away with this. It’s not something that is ever really talked about, but I think it could happen more than people realise.
“There is a bit of stigma around sexual harassment and abuse towards men. I sometimes feel like it’s not taken as seriously. I’m OK and I can deal with it, but I know for a lot of people, this kind of thing would have a huge impact.
“Some people wouldn’t even feel safe leaving their house after something like this. I know this could happen anytime with other ride-sharing services, but at the moment I’m looking at other alternatives.
lol f**k off
Perth Red was the Uber driver
IT’S certainly not the most conventional way of keeping your skin fresh but Sandra Bullock swears by it.
Speaking on the Ellen DeGeneres show, the 53-year-old actor revealed that she has “penis facials” to keep her looking young.
Sandra Bullock on the Ellen ShowSource:The Sun
When discussing her youthful glow, the Speed star joked: “I think when you see how good it is to your face you to will run to your local facialist, and say ‘give me the penis!’”
Ellen, who is married to Portia de Rossi, replied: “I’m never going to say that!”
Sandra, who is currently promoting Ocean’s 8, isn’t the only A-list fan of the treatment as Cate Blanchett also loves the unusual facial.
The nickname comes from the serum that is placed on the skin because it is made from the foreskin of newborn Korean babies who have been circumcised.
Sandra Bullock talks with Ellen about the 'penis facial'Source:The Sun
WHAT IS THE PENIS FACIAL?
It’s the latest craze sweeping Hollywood and will set you back a princely $AU810. It involves microneedling, a cleanse, a chemical peel and the magic serum.
Eye of newt foreskin of baby
Why pay money when you can get something for free?
You'd have to collect a lot of foreskins
Oh I was talking about raw facials. It's great for the skin.
Do you close your eyes ?
depends if he can aim, but my mouth stays open
Well that's the important thing
A woman has been mauled to death by seven small dogs, most of them believed to be a dachshund-terrier mix.
Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant says 52-year-old Tracy Garcia was killed last week near her home outside Ardmore, about 145 kilometers south of Oklahoma City.
Bryant says the dogs each weighed less than 18 kilograms and that they belonged to one of Ms Garcia’s neighbours.
Police shot one dog, while the rest were euthanised at an animal shelter.
I know I shouldn’t laugh, but mauled to death by sausage dogs !
Just f**king hilarious!
There were the dogs
I would drown the bitch if I let go.
Peter North? Is that you?
Bad news for some posters here....
US judge boots Michael Rotondo, 30, from parents' house
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Syracuse, New York: State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood tried everything he could to convince a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents' house on his own.
But after half-an-hour of back-and-forth on Tuesday, primarily between the son, Michael Rotondo, and the judge, the judge had had enough.
Michael Rotondo, left, in court during an eviction proceeding in Syracuse, New York, brought by his parents, Mark and Christina, of Camillus. The parents confer with their lawyer, Anthony Adorante, in the court gallery behind.
Photo: The Syracuse Newspapers via AP
Rotondo would have to move out, the judge ruled. He also ordered adult protective services to investigate, expressing concern about what was going on.
That order capped a surreal 30-minute court appearance in which Rotondo did not deny that his parents had given him multiple orders to leave their home on 408 Weatheridge Drive, Camillus.
But Rotondo wasn't going to leave without a legal battle.
Since the story was first reported on Syracuse.com, it has captured attention both nationally and internationally. A half-dozen camera crews covered the court appearance.
The parents' lawyer, Anthony Adorante, told the judge he was looking for a court order that could be enforceable by sheriff's deputies.
Greenwood listened quietly to Michael Rotondo's argument that he was entitled to six months more time. He gently corrected Rotondo by pointing to an appellate court decision ruling that family members don't get special treatment without rare circumstances. And he praised Rotondo for his legal research.
But Rotondo wasn't having any of it.
Greenwood called the son's demand for six more months "outrageous".
Rotondo called the judge's eviction order "outrageous".
Greenwood tried to convince Rotondo to speak directly to his parents, Mark and Christina, while the judge waited. Rotondo refused, saying he'd made his legal arguments.
A judge ordered Michael Rotondo, 30, to be evicted from his parents' house at 408 Weatheridge Drive, Camillus, in New York state.
Photo: Google Maps
Greenwood credited Rotondo's legal research in finding a prior case that appeared to show that family members get six months before an eviction. Rotondo dismissed his work as a simple internet search that took only minutes.
Greenwood provided a copy of the appellate court decision that overrode the case that Rotondo cited. Rotondo maintained that what Greenwood was doing was wrong.
Nothing was too small to attract Rotondo's notice: a notice incorrectly listed the room for Tuesday's appearance. Rotondo demanded an adjournment due to the mix-up: the judge noted that he'd made it there just fine.
As Rotondo's parents sat quietly in the court gallery, Rotondo appeared to crave the spotlight. At one point, the judge called Rotondo up to the bench. Rotondo noted that microphones placed by the media were on the lawyer's podium. He tried to take the podium up with him.
Afterwards, Rotondo called out to the television camera crews to meet him outside the courtroom for an interview.
There, he again lambasted the judge's eviction order and vowed to appeal.
When asked if he considered spending as much time looking for a new place to live as fighting the eviction, Rotondo replied that he wasn't ready to leave home.
Asked how he interacted with his parents under the same roof, Rotondo said there were no incidents, but that he did not talk to his parents. When asked if he lived in the basement, Rotondo replied in a bedroom.
In court, Rotondo noted that his parents did not support him by providing food nor doing his laundry. But, in arguing why he should be granted another six months to find a new place to live, he insisted that they were providing for him with housing.
Exasperated, the judge at one point mentioned Airbnb in pointing out how easy it was to find a place to stay on short notice.
After the court appearance, Rotondo said he had a business to support himself. But when asked about his business, Rotondo replied: "My business is my business."
When all was said and done, the judge asked the parents' lawyer to come up with an eviction order that Greenwood would sign.
No specified deadline was stated in court, but the lawyer mentioned that it would include reasonable time for Rotondo to vacate.
Rotondo said later that he believed he was entitled to another 30 days, which would be plenty of time for him to file an appeal, delaying the eviction.
After speaking to media, Rotondo left the courthouse to go back to his parents' house.
Syracuse Media Group via Tribune Content Agency
that whole story is amazing. it's like an internet argument turned into a 30 year old child.
He looks like how you'd imagine.
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