Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DarkFriday, May 25, 2014.
Yea that wasn't staged at all
Not a well funded high school?
We had to bus in people of color to play on the football team
None of this is adding up. I'm confused.
All for a bike?
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - An off-duty federal agent went for a wild ride from Ocean Beach to the Gaslamp District against his will Friday night after he saw someone loading his bicycle into a truck and jumped into the bed of the pickup as the suspected thieves tried in vain to make their getaway.
The agent -- whose name and agency affiliation were not released -- witnessed the theft about 7 a.m., outside his home in the area of Narragansett Avenue and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, according to San Diego police.
The victim grabbed his badge, ran out to the blue Chevrolet truck and shouted to the two occupants, "Stop -- police!''
The man behind the wheel responded by driving off. The agent, however, managed to jump onto the back of the pickup and climb into the bed as the driver sped out of Ocean Beach and fled to the east and south, SDPD Officer Tony Martinez said.
During the roughly seven-mile trek to downtown San Diego, the victim called the police from his cellphone, providing his location and direction of travel.
Reaching the area of Fourth Avenue and K Street, the truck veered off the roadway and struck a large concrete planter box. It then rolled backward and crashed to a halt against a parked car, Martinez said.
At that point, the suspects -- later identified as 23-year-olds Adan Bustos and Arisdelsi Yoana -- jumped out and ran off. Officers chased down Sanches and took her into custody nearby.
Bustos, meanwhile, got into a taxi and was driven away from the area, but police pulled over the cab a short time later in the 600 block of Harbor Drive and arrested him.
Officers determined that the pickup in which the suspects had been traveling was stolen, Martinez said.
Bustos and Sanches were booked into county jail on suspicion of kidnapping, theft, hit-and-run and other charges.
I do that to people.
I'm not good with wrdz.
All good in da hood, brah
A few houses down somebody is having a kids birthday party.
One of them live mariachi bands is rockin' the neighborhood.
This thread is exhausting.
Free booze after 9pm in here.
The parent company of the company I worked for was a major supplier to Northrop, we were pulling for the YF-23, it would have meant a significant contract for the life of the build and maintenance. We were sure disappointed when it lost, I'm looking at what we supplied for the 23 in the photo you posted, and the same for every B-2 I see. (I'm cryptic on purpose, I want to keep where I worked under my hat) I did have the privilege of representing the company at the 10th anniversary of first flight of the B-2, when the owner wasn't able to go and asked me to attend. It included a tour at Edwards, but I skipped that because I took my wife and she isn't a U.S. citizen which was required. But I went to the gala dinner where I met Northrop's son, then the early breakfast and ceremony in the morning at the Palmdale assembly building with a lunch and tour of the plant.
No gay stuff...
What I can never figure out is why they fly it into Switzerland for the World Economic Forum in Davos??
17 year old Carrie Fisher goofing around.
Every time I signed in at the gate at the different Douglas plants around Long Beach, they always required that I list the names and citizenship, when she was in law school, she would go to work a couple times a week with me and read while I saw customers or vendors. The owner never minded that my then fiancé was with me because it allowed me to use the carpool lanes, thus I got more work done from not sitting in traffic. I would just list her as a US citizen and told her to stay inside the vehicle, the guards would look and see a blond blue eyed gal and just wave by.