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Posted on 04/02/2012 12:33:56 PM PDT by trailhkr1
Cops: Accused Prostitute Offered Undercover Officer Sex For Cheeseburgers Off McDonald's Dollar Menu
The woman, the detective reported, replied that the pair could go have sexual intercourse if I bought her two double cheese burgers off the dollar menu at McDonalds. The cop added, I agreed to the deal and purchased the hamburgers for $2.75.
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I am not. I can lift 80 pounds and carry it.
I thought this was a quasi-Arthurian short story. I am disappointed now.
Have you ever seen Mark Gungor’s lecture re: the male brain vs. the female brain? I one read a book by Michael somebody entitled, “What Could He Be Thinking,” which addresses the subject scientifically, but the Gungor routine synopsizes it beautifully.
Good morning (bright and sunny)! Time to feed the horse some celery and get a closer look at the geese keeping the ducks company in the pond at neighbor’s house.
Have a great day, y’all!
Mostly, it's a dial tone...
Gungor calls that “The Nothing Box.”
This is the extended version (10:38).
Now see? I’m on the male side of the map. Except i would be looking for a sale on jeans...
I’m not either of those. I would think about the trouble of going shopping and decide I didn’t need jeans after all. Don’t I have a perfectly good pair, only 20 years old?
Some things are just not worth chewing through the straps for, are they?
I’m going to put on my highly-engineered running undergarments and go for a trot, if I can get Kathleen to nap. She’s having a grouch about her digestion, I think, or maybe she’s mad over not being able to roll over.
I used to do that regularly in my merchandising job. That is how I wrecked my back and neck and ended up needing surgery. You are in better shape than I, but still please be careful when lifting such heavy weight. Injuries can happen in the blink of an eye.
I already know my back will be shot in 5 years or so. It’s already going bad.
Hey if you want to send someone over the age of 12 the base is doing a “teen recruit for the day”. Elen might like it.
Elen’s too wimpy. Be careful with your back. You don’t want to end up an oxycontin addict. It’s rather illegal.
She’s the only person available with enough physical stamina to actually make it through the obstacle course.
I just got back from running a few errands with busdaddy. He had to stop by the cricket store and I went in with him, hoping they could do something about my phone. They suggested buying a new one! LOL!
(One calamity at a time, please.)
We DID make one stop for me...so I could get some blue ribbon! (Baby blue, of course!) I had to go to JoAnn for it, and oh, how I hated to bypass the goodies!!!
Mmaybe she will be interested after a year or so of Venturing.
I am on the beeber. Typsing is a bit weird.
Oh, that kind of cricket! We went to Hobby Lobby yesterday and got, among other things, a lawn flamingo. It has a chalkboard part to leave rude notes to the HOA!
It’s not like real boot camp. They do the obstacle course and firefighting and go to the range. Also she would have one of my company commanders.
Maybe next year.
"Dont I have a perfectly good pair, only 20 years old?"
I have a couple of pair that are translucent in places. As long as they're not worn through in enough of the *ahem* "interesting" places, I'll continue to wear them for certain functions. Like the dinner party I attended at an O-6's house a week back.
The gun store?
I thought about that, and power tool shop also, but I can't recall ever having seen those kinds of establishments at a mall. Men's Wearhouse, perhaps? Big and Tall?
Perhaps an empty storefront? A current map would have a half dozen or so vacancies...
I don’t use my jeans very often. Usually I wear a dress.
For those who are not qwerty.
That should have been The Cricket Phone Store! LOL!
I’ve decided, come what may, that I WILL get a new phone on payday. It’s only three weeks away, so I’m hoping this one will last that long. I’m also hoping they can transfer all the data, including photos.
It is cold (42) with rain on the way, and snow is expected as low as 4000’, with as much as 12” on Mt. Charleston. And (get this) next week, we will be in the high 80’s!
The Stig is a little fluffed, but he is singing, so he’s good. Me? Layers of warmth.
Let’s hope no one borrows your lawn flamingo on the No-Return Plan. It sounds like a fun thing to have! I have no lawn.
It’s hanging from a garden hook which may get a hanging plant eventually. I got some pink and green flamingo garland, too - like Christmas tree tinsel - but I haven’t put it up yet. 40% off spring doo-dads!
And now, I must write some bills. We’re going to the park of Tom’s Eagle project, after Ash returns from her walk.
Ohwow! That sounds fun! A garlanded lawn flamingo! A Garlago? A Lanlaflam? A Flamgarlaw?
It’s raining, but The Stig is helping to ease the drearies.
I called my grandson (forgotenknight) for his 25th birthday, yesterday, but was only able to leave a message. He called back last evening, and we had a nice talk. He is going to ITT Tech on the GI Bill, and is applying for disability for his back.
It seems his stint in Afghanistan didn’t leave him with PSD, which I’m grateful for. His wife is also going to start at ITT Tech on a nursing course, and has already gotten her BA in psychology.
I was VERY pleased that they are doing so well!
He sent me a spec that he had to make for his drafting class, and I was impressed. He said it was the first time he ever tried to draw anything. W00t!
Don’t get wet at the park!
I took a community college course designed to prep candidates for the ACE (American College of Exercise or something) certification exam. There were three components—separate courses—and one of them was lifting weights safely. I was a progressive resistance lifter from age 37 onward. It was insurance because my job required heavy lifting and body english (I weighed 101#. My best decline press was 135#. My best leg press was 500#. My routine calf press was 240#. Best flat bench 115#.) Part of it may be genetic, but I survived w/o vocational or recreational disability (other than assaults, that is.) I don’t know if you’ve already rearranged your anatomy unfavorably, but you might give it a shot.
I also studied kung fu and chi kung w/a Chinese grandmaster for seven years. Chi kung (qi gong) is a system of health-maintenance exercises which *really* kept me comfortable (totally eliminated stress-related neck muscle aches.) It also increases flexibility and strength.
“stop by the cricket store”
At first glance, I thought you got a baby dragon. Gotta get a grip.
“It has a chalkboard part to leave rude notes to the HOA!” Seriesly?
Yah...speling is the furst thin too goe when I’m tard.
I thought that was actually sending good vibes to Darksheare. Has anyone heard from the parental or sororal units re: same?
How are you feeling these days? Is spring finally coming?
How far are you from Boise? Just curious...
Or notes to Tom, like, “Don’t come in the house - go out and exercise some more!”
The park was nice, and nobody got wet. I may run later, when it’s not as sunny.
What good news about your grandson and his wife. I hope their courses go well and they get jobs right away!
Howdy! Feeling fine these days. Yes our spring is here. We do have the Robin’s in and some see chipmunks. Yet we will still have 2plus feet of snow until the melt which will be June.
If I remember correctly it takes 6 to 8hrs to get to Boise. It is south of here. Mileage I would have to look up.
From what Grandson #1 says, ITT Tech has a tendency to hire graduates to teach, and one must maintain a 4.0 average in order to qualify. When I asked what his GPA was he said, “Four-oh, Gramma.” I said, “WHAT? you LIKE what you’re doing???” His reply, “I never thought I’d see the day I’d be glad to be back in school!” LOL!
He went to a small private academy for his last three years of school and I was so proud of him when he graduated. Of course, he left almost immediately for Boots, but there has never been a day when I wasn’t proud of him.
When he was a little tyke, on the rare occasions his mum would let me visit, he would bring his blannie out to the living room where I was sleeping on the floor, and curl up with me.
(Darks? I know you’ve been lurking, but I’ll keep it between the two of us, OK?)
No, don’t bother with the mileage. Hours are good. You must be right up by the Canadian border. I didn’t want to look at a map, so thought I’d ask.
I have “folks” from Boise to Pocatello, and a long-term goal is to get up there before my sis-in-law/5th cousin passes away.
Grandson lives in a Boise suburb, so if I could arrange it, I would get to visit lots of folks!
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