Thursday, June 30, 2022

you see ......

 

you see  don't say i didn't warn you...... way back its  fucking bad investment ....... don't go crying .....if you knew  who was  behind it  .....oh well .....greed is  a  stupidity ....always  gets you in the end ......fucking scam  bitcoin .....but fools  don't listen ever  never  ....well boo hoo fucking sob!!!!!!!!!!!dumbass






Bitcoin Tumbles Towards Washout as Crypto Enters 'Get Me Out' Phase

Bitcoin Tumbles Towards Washout as Crypto Enters 'Get Me Out' Phase


RIP

 

He was like the  bruce springsteen of hells angels ......he burned a trail .......some people don't ...but he did .......some people have a destiny in life  ....he was  born a  bad ass ........simple 




Sonny Barger, leader of Hells Angels, dies at 83. See his life through the years.

Hells Angeles chieftain Ralph "Sonny" Barger and his wife Sharon are shown after his release $100,000 bond in San Francisco on Aug. 1, 1980.    Barger has died at 83 after a ”brief battle” with cancer, a statement on his official Facebook page on Thursday, June 30, 2022, said.

Sonny Barger, founder of Hells Angels, has died at 83.

The iconic biker’s death, reportedly caused by a”brief battle” with cancer, was announced in a statement on his official Facebook page Thursday morning.

“If you are reading this message, you’ll know that I’m gone. I’ve asked that this note be posted immediately after my passing.”

Ralph “Sonny” Barger was born in Modesto, Calif., on Oct. 8, 1938, according to an interview on his official website. 

In 1957, Barger founded the Oakland, Calif., Angels chapter and became a legendary public face of the organization.

The Hells Angels, including Barger, faced numerous federal investigations on criminal enterprise and racketeering offenses throughout the years.

Ralph "Sonny" Barger, president of the Oakland chapter of the Hell's Angels, reads a statement during a news conference in Oakland, Ca., Nov. 19, 1965.  Barger announced they will not show up for the Vietnam Day Committee's march on the Oakland Army Terminal, Saturday.  The members of the Oakland Hell's Angels chapter from left are, Cliff Workman, treasurer; Barger; Tiny Walter, sergeant at arms; Ron Jacobson, secretary; and Tom Thomas, vice president, seated far right.
Ralph "Sonny" Barger, left, the founder and president of the Oakland, Calif., Hells Angels chapter, is led to a waiting van by a U.S. marshal after being arraigned on an explosives charge at the Federal Building in San Francisco, Nov. 10, 1987. Hells Angels in five states were arrested on drugs and weapons charges.

Barger was convicted in 1988 of conspiracy to kill rival club members and blow up their headquarters, The Associated Press reported at the time.

He served five years in federal prison for the charge, according to The Washington Post. 

Barger was surrounded by loved ones when he died, including his wife, Zorana, according to the statement.

Aside from riding motorcycles, Barger enjoyed riding and taking care of horses as well, he said in interview.

“I’ve lived a long and good life filled with adventure. And I’ve had the privilege to be part of an amazing club.” “Keep your head up high, stay loyal, remain free, and always value honor.”

Sonny Barger, founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, attends a party August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois. The party was hosted by the Midwest Percenters motorcycle club in Quincy.
Sonny Barger, founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, attends a party August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois. The party was hosted by the Midwest Percenters motorcycle club in Quincy.
Sonny Barger, founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, autographs the artificial leg of Kenny Little during an event at a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois. Little lost his leg when his motorcycle was hit by a drunk driver in 1986.
Members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, with wives and friends, order dinner at a restaurant August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois. The motorcycle club was in Quincy for a book signing event and party honoring Sonny Barger (2nd-R/back to camera), founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels.
Sonny Barger, founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, autographs a copy of Post magazine during an event at a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois.
Sonny Barger, founder of the Oakland, California charter of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, autographs a copy of Post magazine during an event at a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealership August 23, 2003 in Quincy, Illinois.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: See Hells Angels leader Sonny Barger through the years



you see

 

I hate to say this  but as a hot blooded straight normal male ....and a pig .....of course ....you cannot  trust anyone......  especially a women ........they can become  venomous ....... especially  for spite ....revenge .....divorce ......especially divorce they will use the children  as collateral....... becasue the husband  is  sick of  fucking her ......... she  she only has one  trump card  left .....(excuse the pun)........but that is the most vicious evil nasty part of  women thats  child abuse .........men would not do this  at all   you cannot trust a chick .....



Former Trump Staffer Alyssa Farah Says She Led Cassidy Hutchinson to Liz Cheney: ‘That’s How This Shocking Testimony Came About’ (Video)

Former Trump staffer Alyssa Farah revealed Thursday that she was instrumental in this week’s January 6 committee hearing, claiming she directed Cassidy Hutchinson to Liz Cheney for her explosive testimony earlier this week.

During Thursday’s episode of “New Day,” Farah – who resigned from the Trump ad

theres an old saying

 

Theres an old saying ....there are 3 types of  people on this earth ........

there are the walkers .....

there are the talkers ........

then there is the 3rd guy .....he is the talker who talks the walker into walking for him 




 Jan. 6, which has sought to paint Trump’s potential criminal culpability in the events that led to deadly insurrection. But it was taken before Tuesday’s surprise hearing featuring former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson. Her explosive testimony provided the most compelling evidence yet that the former president could be linked to a federal crime, experts say.

Views on Trump's criminal liability break down predictably along party lines, with 86% of Democrats but only 10% of Republicans saying Trump should be charged with a crime. Among Republicans, 68% say he should not be charged and 21% say they don’t know. Still, the fact that nearly half the country believes he should be prosecuted is a remarkable position for the former president, pointing to the difficulties he could face if he makes another run at the White House in 2024.

For Ella Metze, a South Carolina Democrat, Trump's culpability has been clear from the beginning, when he urged his supporters to march to the Capitol on the morning of Jan. 6 and “fight like hell.”

“It was meant to provoke violence because he kept encouraging them," the 86-year-old told The Associated Press. "As it happened, I watched it all and I just thought why doesn't somebody stop this? Why doesn't he stop this?”

Chris Schloemer, a Texas independent, agreed Trump holds responsibility for egging on the crowd with his baseless claims of election fraud. But, the 61-year-old doesn't lay the blame solely on Trump.

Schloemer feels Republicans in Congress have a hand in what happened that day, too: “I feel like people were afraid of Donald Trump, especially Republican politicians, and so they wouldn’t rein him in, and I think that just emboldened him."

And he's not alone. While views of Trump’s role have not changed since December, Americans are somewhat more likely now than they were then to say Republicans in Congress were significantly responsible for the events of Jan. 6.

Forty-six percent say that now, up slightly from 41% in December. An additional 21% say GOP lawmakers had some responsibility and 30% say they were not responsible. The change in the share saying Republicans in Congress have a large amount of responsibility was driven mostly by Democrats and independents.

Ulysses Bryant, a Democrat from Florida, said while he always believed Trump and the rioters should be charged with a crime, he hadn’t known of the involvement of congressional Republicans until he began to follow the hearings.

Close to 6 in 10 Americans — 56% — say they followed news about the congressional hearings. A smaller but still sizeable share — 42% — say they watched or listened.

The nine-member panel, comprising seven Democrats and two Republicans, has worked around the clock for the past year to investigate the connection between Trump and his allies and the violence and chaos that ensued on the Capitol. The public hearing phase of their investigation is meant to put all of that investigative work on display to the American public in an effort to create a historical record of what occurred.

Seventy-five percent of Democrats and 42% of Republicans say they followed news about the hearings. More Democrats than Republicans also say they tuned in, 58% to 27%. The first of the public hearings, which began in early June, received high ratings for TV viewership, though subsequent hearings have received more modest ratings.

Kathlyn Keller, a retired investment banker from San Francisco, is one of the GOP voters who has tuned into the hearings and still believes Trump holds no responsibility for the events of that day.

The 83-year-old thinks the only people who should be charged are those who brought weapons to the Capitol, or anyone who got into the building and caused damage inside. Trump “absolutely shouldn’t be charged with anything,” she told the AP.

Nonetheless, the committee plans to continue its congressional probe and present new evidence in the coming weeks to its many viewers, including the most important one: Attorney General Merrick Garland. Regardless of public opinion about Trump's likely criminal involvement, lawmakers continue to face a stark reality: While they can investigate Jan. 6 and issue subpoenas to gather information, only the Justice Department can bring criminal charges.

But there are clear signs in recent weeks that the Justice Department appears to be escalating its probe of pro-Trump efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Federal agents on Wednesday seized the cellphone of Trump lawyer John Eastman, who was the architect behind a plan to pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence into rejecting the electoral college results.

Last week, authorities searched the Virginia home of Jeffrey Clark, who was known at the Justice Department to champion Trump’s false claims of election fraud. Agents also served subpoenas to the Republican Party chairmen of Arizona, Nevada and Georgia, three states that went for Democrat Joe Biden and where Trump allies created slates of “alternate electors” intended to subvert the vote. And Republicans in two other states — Michigan and Pennsylvania — disclosed they had been interviewed by the FBI.

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The poll of 1,053 adults was conducted June 23-27 using a sample drawn from NORC’s probability-based AmeriSpeak Panel, which is designed to be representative of the U.S. population. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 4 percentage points.

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AP writer Hannah Fingerhut contributed to this report.

i hate cruise ships



I do not have that cruise ship mentality ....they are nothing ,more  than floating   petri dishes  for  out breaks of  diseases .....and the  amount of   shit that happens  with the  third world  staff ......rapes and  theiving....... and they are registered  if  fucking shit holes  because or maritine  law   which is   fucking  so  dishonest .......the worst business  alive  i would not  work on  one  if  you paid   me  loads 



Huge Dance Floor Brawl Breaks Out Aboard Carnival Cruise Ship Leading to Coast Guard Escort

Huge Dance Floor Brawl Breaks Out Aboard Carnival Cruise Ship Leading to Coast Guard Escort

Authorities are continuing to investigate after a brawl broke out on a cruise ship early Tuesday morning in New York.

The NYPD told PEOPLE that they were alerted of a dispute aboard the Carnival Magic cruise ship around 5:21 a.m. Tuesday.

The fight took place on the dance floor within a nightclub on the ship, police confirm. At the time, the ship was near the Verrazano Bridge and it is so far unclear if the incident took place within International Waters or will fall within "New Jersey jurisdiction" or "NYPD purview."

RELATED: Carnival Cruise Ship Catches Fire During Visit to Turks and Caicos Islands

"Security onboard the boat attempted to de-escalate the situation and subsequently called for the Coast Guard," the NYPD said. "The Coast Guard escorted the cruise ship to Pier 88, confines of the MTN Precinct. Uniformed personnel and Traffic Agents met the ship and the ship disembarked passengers without further incident."

The fight first began between two people before others joined in and grew in size, the NYPD told PIX 11. The outlet said that according to officials, by the time the fight was broken up anywhere from 40 to 60 people were involved.

Though the NYPD first described the stop as an emergency docking, PIX 11 reported, Carnival said in a statement to the station that the stop was already scheduled.

"The Coast Guard's involvement included a boat crew from USCG Station New York escorting the ship through the New York Harbor . . . after our Vessel Traffic Service received the report of the incident at approximately 4 a.m. Tuesday morning," a representative for the Coast Guard tells PEOPLE. "After that, a boarding team from USCG Sector New York assisted NYPD and CBP with crew processing."

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Carnival Magic
Carnival Magic

Getty Images Carnival Magic

In a statement, Carnival described the incident as an "altercation."

"Last night while Carnival Magic was returning to New York, a number of guests were involved in an altercation in a nightclub. Thankfully no serious injuries were reported and our onboard security team intervened," the statement read. "The ship arrived as scheduled this morning and shoreside law enforcement authorities were notified and met the ship to interview suspects and witnesses and conduct an investigation."

The NYPD said the investigation is ongoing.

Carnival and The U.S. Coast Guard did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

The ship set off on an eight day journey on June 20 stopping in Dominicana, Turks and Caicos and a private island in the Bahamas before turning around and heading back to the Ea








drugs are a choice


LIsten she chose th e drugs over life  .....i could have chosen  drugs  but i  didn't .....fentynol we all know is  deadly so why would you take it ....i simply do not  understand  self  hatred on such a  level you  would kill yourself ........the  hatred  has to come  from somewhere ....we  all have  choices  .....she is  just  sadly another statistic  .....and  waste of  a beautiful life  ....and won't be the last unfortunately ....until you start  executing the dealers .......we all know the risks of  vaping   ....drinking  ....smoking .......etc  etc ......but  people  will not  and  never  learn .....simple 

Danielle died at 19. Police failed her and a heartbroken PA family she left behind (opi0ds








 

y if you have a stupid kid .....

 

You just cannot fix fucking stupid ....and this  fucking kid is  fucking stupid ....pure and simple 





Chinese father breaks down after son he tutored daily for a year scores a 6/100 on math exam

A Chinese father who reportedly tutored his son daily for a year went viral for bursting into tears after his son scored six out of 100 points on a math exam.

The child’s parents from Zhengzhou, Henan Province, received his test score on June 23. Upon learning that their son had only received six points for his final math test, the father burst into tears, as seen in a video posted to Weibo by Qilu Evening News.

“I don’t care anymore, my efforts are wasted, let him struggle by himself!” the father reportedly said.

He can be seen crying in a bedroom and wiping his eyes, while his wife can be heard laughing in the background.

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The man purportedly tutored his child until midnight every day for the past year. His disappointment also stems from his son’s inconsistent test results. The child’s scores had ranged from 40-50 points to 80-90 points in previous examinations, according to his mother.

The video went viral on Weibo, with many netizens sympathizing with the father’s parenting struggles. However, others argued that the child’s score was a reflection of the father’s inability to teach math. Some viewers also suggested that the father’s late-night tutoring may have affected his son’s ability to pay attention at school.

“Teaching the child in the middle of the night every day, but the child needs a lot of rest to have a good mental state and perform well,” one commenter said. “The more stressed my daughter was when she was a child, the more unable her brain was to think, so she would be fine to let her play.”


Blood Farts................

 

I have  not a gram of sympathy for this fuckin POS....i hope he gets blood farts........  every single day ....i always hated his as a rapper......  but he is a  fucking pedophile......there is no excuse for his action .....i hope  he  gets  raped  every single day  and  cannot  sit  down to eat .........


R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison for sex trafficking

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R. Kelly will go to prison for 30 years for sex trafficking, sexual exploitation of a child, kidnapping and other sex-related crimes. In September, a jury found Kelly guilty on all nine charges: one count of racketeering and eight counts of violating the Mann Act. The singer, whose full name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, was first accused of having sex with underage girls in the '90s but escaped punishment for almost 30 years.

Judge Ann M. Donnelly handed down the sentence on Wednesday after the court heard statements from Kelly's victims, but, surprisingly, not from the multiplatinum singer. The judge told Kelly "the public has to be protected from behaviors like this," according to the New York Times.

"These crimes were calculated and carefully planned and regularly executed for almost 25 years," Judge Donnelly added. "You taught them that love is enslavement and violence."

Federal prosecutors asked for a sentence of more than 25 years for Kelly, who faced life behind bars. The singer's lawyers were seeking the minimum of 10 years and laid out their arguments for leniency citing his "highly chaotic" childhood home where he was sexually abused.

R. Kelly arrives for a child support hearing at a Cook County courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. March 6, 2019.
R. Kelly arrives for a child support hearing at a Cook County courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. March 6, 2019. (Photo: Reuters)

"Mr. Kelly rejects that’s he's this monster," said his defense lawyer Jennifer Bonjean. Kelly declined to make a statement due to pending litigation.

As seven women gave victim impact statements in court, the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer rarely looked up from the table where he sat.

"With every addition of a new victim, you grew in wickedness," one woman told Kelly, per NYT. "You used your fame and power to groom and coach underage boys and girls for your own sexual gratification."

Kelly reportedly glanced up at her once before quickly looking down. "I pray that God reaches your soul," she declared.

Many of the women were emotional, according to the Chicago Tribune.

During the six-week trial, a jury heard graphic testimony from 11 accusers — nine women and two men — who described sexual and psychological abuse at the hands of the "Ignition" singer. The case hinged on the accounts of six victims, five of whom testified. The sixth, singer Aaliyah, whom Kelly illegally wed when she was 15, died in a plane crash in 2001.



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  I had no idea it was a bitter sweet thing with coke .......and today it has been linked to diabetes......... and  i am not sure why it see...