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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:21 pm
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How many children did you molest with that mustache?



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:23 pm
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You shaved right? You can grow cheek hair right?

I have a brother-in-law that can't. He can grow a goat in under a week, but not a real beard. Are you in that category too? Cause I will have to start viewing you as less of a man. Until I see the backhair pictures.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:28 pm
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Sadly, this is really pretty much how it grew with no clean up at all. I don't really get cheek hair and my shoulders don't have any either. I say that because I have a friend who can grown MANLY MANLY bears...on his shoulders.

I COULD start posting pictures of the hair levels of the rest of my body but that's a pandora's box I'm not sure you want to open.

Also, there are no children in the greater DC metro area...so they were safe from the depredations of my pedo-stache.



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:42 pm
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you went out in public looking like that?!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:13 pm
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Celsior wrote:
you went out in public looking like that?!


You obviously are a hick who doesn't have refined enough taste to understand the "look" I was going for. I did it all for the bitches. Bitches love pirates.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:29 pm
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brb deleting sys32 folders.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:43 pm
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Holy shit, part two.



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:43 pm
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PS where are you interviewing?

+1 to post count.



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:49 pm
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PS where are you interviewing?

+1 to post count.


Marketing director job at PBS (their HQ is in Arlington about a mile south of your house foo).



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Fuck yeah! PBS! Wait, they're just a mile south? Like in Old Town Alexandria? I'm right on Braddock Metro...



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Family sues Four Loko maker over teen's death

Teen stumbled into traffic; producer has since removed stimulants from alcoholic beverage



CHICAGO — The parents of a 15-year-old boy who died last fall after drinking a controversial beverage that combined caffeine and alcohol sued the Chicago-based manufacturer on Thursday.

The parents of John "Bo" Donald Rupp, III, sued Phusion Projects, maker of Four Loko, for their son's September 26, 2010 death, alleging that Phusion knew the product was dangerous and targeted underage drinkers.

The Rupps say that Bo became confused and drunk after drinking two cans of Four Loko, wandered into a highway in suburban Washington, D.C. and was hit by a car.

Phusion said it voluntarily removed the stimulants caffeine, guarana and taurine from Four Loko last November. The move came ahead of an expected crackdown by U.S. regulators.

The product, sometimes called "blackout in a can," comes in fruit flavors and brightly colored cans. One 23.5 ounce can is comparable to drinking five or six beers.

Karla Rupp, the teen's mother, said in a statement that her son was an honors student who enjoyed playing lacrosse. He drank Four Loko before a concert. His behavior became so erratic and agitated that venue staff feared for his safety and called his parents to take him home, Karla Rupp said.

After he was driven home, the paranoid and disoriented teen leaped out of the car and ran off into the night, while his parents attempted to find him, according to the lawsuit. At some point, Rupp collapsed, fell or sat down on a busy highway and was struck by a car, the suit said.

"These are not beverages that are going to be enjoyed with a nice meal," Karla Rupp said. "They're made just for kids who don't know their limits, many of whom aren't even old enough to be drinking."

Health experts say that mixing alcohol and caffeine is dangerous because the stimulant masks the effects of the alcohol, allowing people to continue drinking long after they would have otherwise stopped.

In a statement Phusion said that the company is "extremely saddened by this tragedy," and that it plans to "vigorously" defend the case in the courts rather than in the press.

"We work very hard to ensure our products are consumed safely and responsibly by adults over the age of 21," the company statement said.

Four Loko grabbed headlines last fall when nine college students in Washington state were hospitalized after drinking quantities of Four Loko and similar beverages off-campus.



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I get the feeling that we didn't lose a cancer cure here.


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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43100640/ns/business-retail/?GT1=43001

Family sues Four Loko maker over teen's death

Teen stumbled into traffic; producer has since removed stimulants from alcoholic beverage



CHICAGO — The parents of a 15-year-old boy who died last fall after drinking a controversial beverage that combined caffeine and alcohol sued the Chicago-based manufacturer on Thursday.

The parents of John "Bo" Donald Rupp, III, sued Phusion Projects, maker of Four Loko, for their son's September 26, 2010 death, alleging that Phusion knew the product was dangerous and targeted underage drinkers.

The Rupps say that Bo became confused and drunk after drinking two cans of Four Loko, wandered into a highway in suburban Washington, D.C. and was hit by a car.

Phusion said it voluntarily removed the stimulants caffeine, guarana and taurine from Four Loko last November. The move came ahead of an expected crackdown by U.S. regulators.

The product, sometimes called "blackout in a can," comes in fruit flavors and brightly colored cans. One 23.5 ounce can is comparable to drinking five or six beers.

Karla Rupp, the teen's mother, said in a statement that her son was an honors student who enjoyed playing lacrosse. He drank Four Loko before a concert. His behavior became so erratic and agitated that venue staff feared for his safety and called his parents to take him home, Karla Rupp said.

After he was driven home, the paranoid and disoriented teen leaped out of the car and ran off into the night, while his parents attempted to find him, according to the lawsuit. At some point, Rupp collapsed, fell or sat down on a busy highway and was struck by a car, the suit said.

"These are not beverages that are going to be enjoyed with a nice meal," Karla Rupp said. "They're made just for kids who don't know their limits, many of whom aren't even old enough to be drinking."

Health experts say that mixing alcohol and caffeine is dangerous because the stimulant masks the effects of the alcohol, allowing people to continue drinking long after they would have otherwise stopped.

In a statement Phusion said that the company is "extremely saddened by this tragedy," and that it plans to "vigorously" defend the case in the courts rather than in the press.

"We work very hard to ensure our products are consumed safely and responsibly by adults over the age of 21," the company statement said.

Four Loko grabbed headlines last fall when nine college students in Washington state were hospitalized after drinking quantities of Four Loko and similar beverages off-campus.


Kid should not have been drinking it. Parents should have raised the kid better. Hope they do not get any money from the company.


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heiferlips wrote:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43100640/ns/business-retail/?GT1=43001

Family sues Four Loko maker over teen's death

Teen stumbled into traffic; producer has since removed stimulants from alcoholic beverage



CHICAGO — The parents of a 15-year-old boy who died last fall after drinking a controversial beverage that combined caffeine and alcohol sued the Chicago-based manufacturer on Thursday.

The parents of John "Bo" Donald Rupp, III, sued Phusion Projects, maker of Four Loko, for their son's September 26, 2010 death, alleging that Phusion knew the product was dangerous and targeted underage drinkers.

The Rupps say that Bo became confused and drunk after drinking two cans of Four Loko, wandered into a highway in suburban Washington, D.C. and was hit by a car.

Phusion said it voluntarily removed the stimulants caffeine, guarana and taurine from Four Loko last November. The move came ahead of an expected crackdown by U.S. regulators.

The product, sometimes called "blackout in a can," comes in fruit flavors and brightly colored cans. One 23.5 ounce can is comparable to drinking five or six beers.

Karla Rupp, the teen's mother, said in a statement that her son was an honors student who enjoyed playing lacrosse. He drank Four Loko before a concert. His behavior became so erratic and agitated that venue staff feared for his safety and called his parents to take him home, Karla Rupp said.

After he was driven home, the paranoid and disoriented teen leaped out of the car and ran off into the night, while his parents attempted to find him, according to the lawsuit. At some point, Rupp collapsed, fell or sat down on a busy highway and was struck by a car, the suit said.

"These are not beverages that are going to be enjoyed with a nice meal," Karla Rupp said. "They're made just for kids who don't know their limits, many of whom aren't even old enough to be drinking."

Health experts say that mixing alcohol and caffeine is dangerous because the stimulant masks the effects of the alcohol, allowing people to continue drinking long after they would have otherwise stopped.

In a statement Phusion said that the company is "extremely saddened by this tragedy," and that it plans to "vigorously" defend the case in the courts rather than in the press.

"We work very hard to ensure our products are consumed safely and responsibly by adults over the age of 21," the company statement said.

Four Loko grabbed headlines last fall when nine college students in Washington state were hospitalized after drinking quantities of Four Loko and similar beverages off-campus.


Kid should not have been drinking it. Parents should have raised the kid better. Hope they do not get any money from the company.


Bad parents blame others... Supplies?



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I'm deeply saddened that 4LOKO is no longer purchasable to fuel 4LOKO adventures.


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