The best example of gender identification ever. I mean, even her hormones were strictly male it seems. I think I have my terms wrong, but seriously, clearly she was not meant for female parts.
I wonder if she was born a hermaphrodite and the parents chose a female identity for her.
Can always wait for the next edition of Prison Illustrated, maybe she'll be the centerfold.
Meth is one hell of a drug kids!
Star Trek's Scotty to be blasted into orbit
MAY 21, 2012 ET
Star Trek fans remember him as the USS Enterprise's chief engineer, a no-nonsense Scot whose role at the controls of the ship's transporter system spawned one of sci-fi's most legendary catchphrases.
On Tuesday however, it will be the turn of actor James Doohan himself to be "beamed up" to where few have ventured before when his remains, and that of more than 300 hardcore space enthusiasts, are blasted into orbit aboard a privately owned rocket.
Space Exploration Technologies' Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral in Florida carrying a 14.5-foot-tall (4.4-meter-tall) capsule called Dragon that is filled with food, clothes and supplies for the six astronauts and cosmonauts living aboard the International Space Station
The company, also known as SpaceX, replaced a faulty engine valve that triggered a last-second halt to its initial launch attempt on Saturday.
Tucked into Falcon 9 is a secondary payload, a container holding lipstick-tubesized canisters filled with cremated remains. The deceased include Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper, who died in 2004, as well as Doohan, the Canada-born actor who portrayed chief engineer Montgomery "Scotty" Scott on the original Star Trek television series. Doohan died in 2005.
If all goes as planned, nine minutes and 49 seconds after liftoff, Dragon's second stage will separate. It should spend the next year or so circling Earth as an orbital space memorial before it is pulled back into the atmosphere and incinerated.
Celestis Inc, a company based in Texas, has arranged for cremated remains to be flown in space 10 times previously, though not all the launches have been successful.
The Earth-orbiting space memorials cost about $3,000, while Celestis also arranges for suborbital flights and launches to the moon. Relatives are invited to attend the launch and then participate in a group memorial service.
The upcoming Falcon 9 flight is the firm's biggest yet, Charles Chafer, chief executive officer of parent company Space Services, wrote on his Facebook page. Ashes from 308 people are aboard, though most are reflights from a failed 2008 launch.
"With my Celestis team," Chafer posted on his Facebook page on Saturday, as the group gathered to watch the launch attempt.
"Ignition, no liftoff ... wow that was close. Try again Tuesday."
Chafer declined an interview request.
"We made a commitment not to comment publicly until after the mission," he wrote in an email to Reuters.
Too lazy to look for the conversation 'Breaking Wind'.....
Man on can makes too much noise, neighbors call cops
17 hrs ago
A well-meaning neighbor in a Canadian apartment complex called the cops after hearing an early morning round of "moaning and yelling" coming from a nearby residence. When officers arrived on the scene, they found a man who had been, um, struggling to take care of some bathroom business. "When questioned about the amount of noise he was making, the man explained that he had been ... on the toilet having his morning constitutional, but he was done now," deputy chief John Ducker said. The man reportedly said he'd keep the volume down from now on and try to stop being such a crappy neighbor.
i actually think that trans/queer folks are higher risks for these kinds of things--drugs and other criminal activity. they don't have easy lives, usually. seeing my own trans friends struggle makes me a little sensitive on the subject.
I almost want to post this in the fail thread..
A robbery suspect is facing more charges after being accused of punching an officer's police dog.
Police said Edward Montgomery and Alex Newson held up an Advanced Auto Shop store on West Mount Houston Road in March.
When officers arrived at the scene, the men took off. Officers were able to arrest Newson, but Montgomery managed to get away and hid in some nearby woods.
When a K9 officer found Montgomery hiding in the bushes, police said he punched the dog in the face.
Montgomery is charged with interference with a police service animal.
Am I wrong when I see a wheelchair in the mugshot?? This guy was able to elude police in a wheelchair and punch a police dog? Maybe I should put this in the win thread..
maybe the wheel chair is a more recent thing??? i guess not though if that is supposed to be a mug shot. it looks shopped, with that weird curve in his ear.
further inspection shows that his other ear is curved out weird, too, so maybe it is. i bet its a bitch to find a hat.
Im posting this here because it blows my fucking mind. this chick works for me. Or at least did. I got a call yesterday saying she was a no call no show to work. well, this is why.
She was destined to be a drugie..
A Rapid City woman accused of possessing cocaine and about 45 pounds of marijuana faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.
Thirty-year-old Rainbow Stoneman pleaded guilty in federal court to a charge of possessing drugs and intending to distribute them. U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson says she was a passenger in a pickup truck that Rapid City police stopped and found drugs in on Feb. 13, 2010.
Investigators stunned by child dismemberment
Texas woman accused of killing infant son, then eating child's brain
SAN ANTONIO ? The scene was so gruesome investigators could barely speak: A 3 1/2-week-old boy lay dismembered in the bedroom of a single-story house, three of his tiny toes chewed off, his face torn away, his head severed and his brains ripped out.
"At this particular scene you could have heard a pin drop," San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said Monday. "No one was speaking. It was about as somber as it could have been."
Officers called to the home early Sunday found the boy's mother, Otty Sanchez, sitting on the couch with a self-inflicted wound to her chest and her throat partially slashed, screaming "I killed my baby! I killed my baby!" police said. She told officers the devil made her do it, police said.
Sanchez, 33, apparently ate the child's brain and some other body parts before stabbing herself, McManus said.
"It's too heinous for me to describe it any further," McManus told reporters.
Sanchez is charged with capital murder in the death of her son, Scott Wesley Buccholtz-Sanchez. She was being treated Monday at a hospital, and was being held on $1 million bail.
'In and out' of psychiatric ward
The slaying occurred a week after the child's father moved out, McManus said. Otty Sanchez's sister and her sister's two children, ages 5 and 7, were in the house, but none were harmed.
Police said Sanchez did not have an attorney, and they declined to identify family members.
No one answered the door Monday at Sanchez's home, where the blinds were shut. A hopscotch pattern and red hearts were drawn on the walk leading up to the house.
Sanchez's aunt, Gloria Sanchez, said her niece had been "in and out" of a psychiatric ward but did not say where she was treated or why. She said a hospital called several months ago to check up on her.
"Otty didn't mean to do that. She was not in her right mind," a sobbing Gloria Sanchez told The Associated Press on Monday by phone. She said her family was devastated.
Investigators are looking into Sanchez's mental health history to see if there was anything "significant," and whether postpartum difficulties could have factored into the attack, McManus said.
Postpartum depression ? a pattern?
Postpartum depression and psychosis have been cited as contributing factors in several other cases in Texas in recent years in which mothers killed their children.
Andrea Yates drowned her five children in her Houston-area home 2001, saying she believed Satan was inside her and trying to save them from hell. Her attorneys said she had been suffering from severe postpartum psychosis, and a jury found Yates not guilty by reason of insanity in 2006.
In 2004, Dena Schlosser killed her 10-month-old in her Plano home by slicing off the baby's arms. She was found not guilty of reason by insanity, after testifying that she killed the baby because she wanted to give her to God.
Sanchez's neighbors expressed sorrow and horror Monday at the grisly killing.
Neighbor Luis Yanez, 23, said his kids went to school with one of the small children who lived at the house. He said he often saw a woman playing outside with the children but didn't know whether it was Otty.
"Why would you do that to your baby?" said Yanez, a tire technician. "It brings chills to you. They can't defend themselves."
Allen Taylor, another neighbor, said "once she gets back in her right mind, she's going to be devastated."
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