How low do you have to be: The NYPD is looking for suspects seen beating a 61-year-old woman with a kitchen pot before making off with several of her personal items, including her walker. Three suspects are seen assaulting the victim. The 61-year-old was eventually dragged across the street and punched in the back several times before the suspects made off with cash, her credit cards, and her walker, the NYPD said. I ask, how low do you have to go to pull this stunt.
Trust them? Oh, hell no: This week included interesting revelations about the FBI’s case against the handful of people charged with plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan. Of 14 people indicted, five (or more) were working as informants for the FBI. The five people who seem to be the FBI informants were also the people who seemed to have all the kidnapping ideas and access to all the equipment needed for a paramilitary assault on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s vacation home. At one point, the leadership of the conspiracy met, and three of the five people in that discussion were FBI. It will turn out the “informants” were the driving force. The other “militia” involved were just too stupid to put this together. But they’ll all do time and the fbi will call it a “successful operation.” Again.
I was told it’d make me go blind: An unnamed 51-year-old man from Japan suffered a life-threatening stroke after a masturbation session, according to a January case study in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease. The man was unmarried and had a habit of masturbating several times a day. He experienced “thunderclap” headaches and vomiting after climaxing in one session. He went to Nagoya City University Hospital where the researchers ran multiple scans they found he suffered bleeding in the brain and strokes, which could lead to death. By the way, cocaine or Viagra can increase the risk of death by sex-induced stroke. Just saying.
One book I won’t be reading: Former President Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen will release a joint book, Renegades: Born in the USA., on October 26th.The tome is described as “a collection of candid, intimate, and entertaining conversations.” I’m sorry, I couldn’t even write a synopsis without putting nose coffee all over my keyboard.
Weekend Play list; Dr. Hook, Kenny Chesney, Emmy Lou Harris, and Jerry Jeff Walker.