Bad break. Grizzly Bears are prone to road rage.
“Like I’ve said once or twice, the worst problem with being poor in today’s America is not that you can’t afford to buy enough food, it’s that you can’t afford to get away from other poor people.”
- Steve Sailer
Strange case. Sounds like the young woman came down with a bad case of Stockholm Syndrome. She passed up a chance to escape during the gas skip. A fortunate rescue then. Had this not been a small town with an alert, concerned gas station employee and local cops willing to pursue, it appears she would have driven off and returned herself to captivity. In small towns people are more inclined to be helpful when they see people in distress since the are not forced to deal with criminals, hooligans, frauds, drug addicts, hookers, bums, lunatics and assorted other weirdos and street people on a daily basis like in the big city. That can wear you down and harden your heart in short order.
British female backpacker rescued by Australian police after being 'raped and held captive in two-month ordeal'
By Jonathan Pearlman and Chiara Palazzo
Well at least it gets peoples’ minds off all the migrant crime.
“This clown scare is the latest of its kind. The past year saw a string of clown-related incidents, involving people dressed in clown costumes scaring and threatening people around the country.”
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Reports of armed men dressed as clowns scaring Pa. kids
“He and armed associates allegedly confronted memorabilia dealers Bruce Fromong and Alfred Beardsley and took pieces of Simpson’s memorabilia from them. Simpson was convicted on charges including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. The former college and pro football star said at his sentencing that he was trying to reclaim family heirlooms and other personal items that had been stolen from him, and claimed that he was unaware his associates were carrying guns.”
O.J. Simpson could be released from prison as soon as October, if parole hearing goes his way
Committee chairman doubts bill will pass
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Police say thieves took about 1,700 cases of diapers worth $45,000 from former employer
At this rate WV will have to start burying its dead dope fiends in communal graves. You know, like what happened with Mozart when he died broke back in Eighteenth Century Austria.
“West Virginia has paid for so many burials for poor people who died from drug overdoses that funds ran out five months before the end of the fiscal year, according to a funeral directors group. Over 33,000 died from opioid addiction in 2015. The state’s health department set aside about $2 million annually for burial costs for poor people. Funeral homes are offered $1,250 to cover individual burial expenses when the deceased has neither the funds nor anyone able to cover the costs.”
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“A Chicago man accused of murder who beat his case when prosecutors couldn't give him a speedy trial was killed after leaving Cook County Jail on Monday night, according to authorities. Kamari Belmont, 23, was being held on separate murder and robbery cases stemming from a single night in 2015 in which he was accused of shooting one man during a robbery who later died and robbing another man a couple of hours later.”
Man who beat murder case killed minutes after leaving jail