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Being Number 200
Harm City Hoodarts Score a YoBI on Greenmount Avenue

Man killed in Greenmount Avenue shooting becomes city's 200th homicide victim

Woman also injured in double shooting

Elderly man assaulted, abducted in Baltimore


Authorities are searching for suspects wanted in the assault and abduction of a 71-year-old man Wednesday evening.

The victim was assaulted around 9:30 p.m. on the 900 block of North Franklintown Road in southwest Baltimore, police said.

The victim was forced inside a U-Haul van and later found on the 2100 block of Sinclair Lane in northeast Baltimore.

Police are searching for the van and the suspects. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Baltimore mayor unveils violence-reduction plan

Plan comes on heels of testy hearing for controversial gun bill

And More Stupidity from Around the Wastoid world


Police went to wrong house and killed a man

Bitches Be Crazy Update.

Reminds me of the old joke about the girl who came home from school one day, back when girls wore skirts or dresses to school, and told her mother the boys asked her to do a cart wheel for them. “I knew they just wanted to see my underwear" the girl said, ”but I sure fooled them…I wasn’t wearing any”.

Hmmm…I guess that little girl is all grown up now…

Also, a rogues gallery of Texas teachers who got caught up in sex scandals. Enjoy!

Teacher who cartwheeled without underwear given probation

Bitches be Crazy Update.

Lauren Lindsay McLellan, 28, was fatally assaulted outside the Caprice nightclub on Aug. 11. Twenty-nine year old Samantha Doolan has been charged with manslaughter in connection to the incident. (Facebook)

Woman charged in slaying outside Vancouver nightclub pleads guilty to manslaughter

Fatal Police Shootings In UK At 12-Year High

The Great Train Wreck of the West

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LaManoJuly 27, 2017 6:15 PM UTC

The newspaper article says:

"A 2015 study out of the University of Michigan, which focused on Baltimore, concluded policymakers must recognize both violence and trauma as public health concerns that threaten the health and well-being of Americans, adding that young people are not supposed to die, and burying their peers ought not to be part of their regular routines."

Maybe they might note that SHOOTING their peers ought not be part of their regular routines either? It's not like people are coming in from out of town to do this ....