Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 2, 2017.
no false statements in this piece of audio
got damn man
really trying not to make light of this
but i just can't help it
where was this teacher when i was 15?
oh yeah... still in diapers [no rube] ... actually not even born yet, but needed it for the rube ref
that said, if i had been in this kid's situation, no way my parents get anywhere near my phone
either that or i buy a cheapie laptop and transfer the goods there
gotta protect that masturbation rolodex at all costs
Ex-Miss Kentucky charged with sending nude photos to student
Associated Press — 7 December 2018
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A former Miss Kentucky who is a teacher in West Virginia has been charged with sending nude pictures to a 15-year-old former student.
News outlets report that 28-year-old Ramsey Bearse was arrested Friday and charged with four felony counts of distributing or displaying obscene matter to a minor.
A criminal complaint says the student's parent informed authorities of lewd pictures sent by Bearse that were found on the teenager's phone. The unidentified parent said Bearse had been the boy's teacher during part of his time at Andrew Jackson Middle School in Cross Lanes.
Authorities say Bearse admitted to sending the nude photos on Snapchat. It's unclear whether she has an attorney.
A spokesman for Kanawha County Schools declined to comment but confirmed that Bearse was a teacher at the school.
Under her maiden name of Carpenter, Bearse was crowned Miss Kentucky in 2014.
don't really like espn
and not a fan of most of their anchors
but like stuart scott before him, scott van pelt is an exception to the rule
nice job svp
ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt paints giant P on head after losing bet with cancer patient
by Ryan Young | Yahoo Sports — 14 hours ago
Scott Van Pelt is a man of his word.
The last time Purdue superfan Tyler Trent — a Purdue student battling bone cancer who became an inspirational figure for thousands across the sports world this season — was on SportsCenter, he and Van Pelt entered into a bet centered around the Maryland-Purdue basketball game. If Maryland — Van Pelt’s alma mater — won, Trent would have to paint a giant “M” on his head.
If Purdue won, Van Pelt would have to paint a giant “P” on his head — just like Trent has famously done for Purdue football games.
Purdue edged out No. 23 Maryland 62-60 on Thursday night at Mackey Arena.
So, Van Pelt paid up.
“I lost a bet, and it’s time to pay up,” the SportsCenter anchor said in a Twitter video. “So, we’ll do that on the show … Did you see it? It’s on there. It’ll be on there the whole show.”
And, true to his word, Van Pelt kept the giant Purdue “P” painted on the side of his head for his entire SportsCenter show on Friday night.
Naturally, Trent loved it.
“Haha I love you,” Trent tweeted. “Thanks for being a man of your word! That (Purdue) P looks amazing on you! Boiler Up and Hammer Down!!”
Great work all around, guys.
Amazing all the incredible tributes to the man in the comments section.
He really made an impact on people after he retired
RIP big man from another era
Isiah Robertson found a new calling after his retirement from the NFL. (Getty Images)
Isiah Robertson, a four-time first-team All-Pro for the Los Angeles Rams and one of the best linebackers of the 1970s, was killed in a limousine crash on Thursday. He was 69 years old.
The Rams announced’s Robertson’s death Friday in a brief statement, lauding his contributions to both the team’s frequent division championships and his House of Isaiah recovery center.
Per the Associated Press, the fatal crash occurred on a rain-slicked highway. A statement from the Texas Department of Public Safety reportedly said that Robertson was driving his limo into a curve at an unsafe speed due to the rain, skidded out to a stop, then was hit by a pick-up truck into an oncoming car in the other lane. No one else involved in the crash received major injuries.
The Rams drafted Robertson 10th overall out of Southern University in the 1971 NFL draft and saw him blossom into a six-time Pro Bowler and 1971 Defensive Rookie of the Year. Robertson played eight seasons with the Rams, a span of time in which the team won six division titles, then finished his career with a four tenure with the Buffalo Bills.
Robertson struggled with addiction after his NFL career, but eventually discovered his calling as the founder of the House of Isaiah, a faith-based drug treatment center in Mabank, Texas.
Some of the Rams’ greatest players honored Robertson’s legacy on Twitter, with Eric Dickerson calling him “such a good man.” Jack Youngblood, Robertson’s roommate, said the linebacker could have been better than Lawrence Taylor.
Directly before his death, Robertson had been speaking at a banquet for the Grand Prairie High School athletic program, where the school says he would take students under his wing. The school posted the final minutes of his speech through Facebook on Friday.
“If you have a setback, you don’t have to take a step back because God’s gonna come back,” Robertson said. “I want to tell you that God has a plan for every one of you.”
one of my favorite players back in the day
and a good man it seems
rest well isiah
So was at Burbank airport this morning waiting for a flight and who strolls right by and sits down... mutha fuckin Ron Jeremy.. baaaahahaha..
I took a picture of him but can’t figure out how to add it here. Dude is a straight slob...
kind of hard to doll that hedgehog up
"what's the square root of a date?"
"a piece of ass"
How is that simple equation lost on 52% of the planet??
i just saw that on tv a few days ago.
what show was it?
are you sure you didn't see it in BDK's post at the top of the page?
Shit, where is she now. I'm willing, I won't tell.
Oh thats right it was on the clip. Wonder why my memory was hazy on that...
guess its ok to call this a bear market
Far be it from me to deviate from all the wonderful and team improving moves going on all around the Dodger universe, but just rewatched the last episode of season 3 from Curb Your Enthusiasm.
The one with the Tourette's Syndrome chef at the grand opening of Larry's restaurant.
The person by person cursing from the diners...has to be one of the best season ending episodes ever.
when will it stop (he asked rhetorically to no one in particular)
so now it's a crime to discipline your own children?
and it's not like he beat the shit out of her
and as for the family psychologist who says "nothing good comes from spanking"...
fuck you, you fucken hack
it's called discipline
if there is no consequence for misbehavior, then there's zero chance of compliance
i can say with certainty -- and i'm sure i'm not alone -- every time i got spanked, i fucken deserved it
and every time, afterward, it was explained what i had done wrong and -- get this!!! -- i learned from it
California politician arrested after spanking his 7-year-old daughter
by Kerry Justich | Yahoo Lifestyle— 13 December 2018
A Democratic assemblyman in California was arrested Monday on suspicion of child cruelty after allegedly spanking his daughter. On Wednesday, he claimed that he had only done so as a means of punishment.
In an interview with the Fresno Bee, lawmaker Joaquin Arambula spoke about an incident at home Sunday night that led him to spank his 7-year-old. The following day, when she went to school, she allegedly told her teacher what had happened and expressed how she was upset about it, sparking an investigation by Child Protective Services (CPS).
“I disciplined her as a consequence to something she did. This is something that’s really rare for us. It’s a tool of last resort but it’s something that we do. And I spanked her bottom,” he explained. “She was pretty upset, and she struggled to be able to share her emotions, as I’m sure you can appreciate a 7-year-old will. But that’s all that happened.”
Still, Arambula was arrested on Monday night and accused of willful cruelty to a child. As of Wednesday, CPS and the Department of Social Services declared Arambula and his wife, Elizabeth, fit to bring their three children — aged 3, 6 and 7 — who had been staying with Arambula’s parents, back home.
“It was us disciplining — normal discipline to our child,” Arambula said. “And I’m in the midst of a process that is playing out as we speak.”
The Fresno Bee additionally reports, “Arambula thanked his daughter’s teacher, Fresno police and Child Protective Services for ‘doing their jobs’ and ‘following the process.’” Family psychologist Barbara Greenberg tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the incident was “handled beautifully.”
“Anything that hurts a child physically and emotionally, in my opinion, is abuse and should be reported,” Greenberg says. “Too often kids go to school looking for help and they’re not taken seriously. The school took this very seriously, as they should, and they did what they were supposed to do.”
As for the assemblyman’s actions, however, Greenberg says, “Nothing good comes from [spanking].”
“There are much, much better ways to teach your children, and losing control and putting your hands on a child, there’s nothing good that comes from it,” she says. “You don’t create kids with self-esteem and with the ability to handle frustration by spanking them.”
Arambula told the publication that he has no plans to resign. If convicted, the assemblyman could face up to six months in jail and possible probation.
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