Daily Archives: September 15, 2011
What the fuck?! You see a baby stroller and don’t think that there’s a better time for you to settle your dispute with guns? What is it with assholes in this world that could care less about anyone, including themselves.
A baby girl is lucky to be alive after a stray bullet went straight through her skull during an attack on her father and uncle by a lone gunman.
Samyah Bailey, who turns two in December, was happily chomping on candy in the courtyard of her Staten Island housing project yesterday, when the bullet hit covering her stroller in blood.
Police said Damark King, 19, unleashed four rounds at the tot’s father Michael Bailey, 28, and uncle, Anthony Mahoney, during a fight, but missed.
The poor girl was seen gasping for air and covered in blood after the bullet struck her in the skull and came out through her eyes. Luckily, after being rushed to the hospital and three surgeries, doctors have been able to keep Samyah alive, but were forced to remove one of her eyeballs.
Although police are not positive, they do think that the shooter could have been one of Samyahs mother’s previous boyfriend, Stephanie Mahoney, 22. This is even more sick. You were the “father-figure” for this young girl, yet you end up shooting her and taking something away forever. What a royal piece of shit.
Living in the projects isn’t easy, I’m sure, but this violence has got to stop. Way too many children are getting caught in the crossfires and that is just not fair. Regardless of your loyalty in the streets, you should want to have morality for whatever reason. Grow the fuck up and handle business like a man, not a child with a gun.
I absolutely love stories like these because, to be honest, there are fare and few between. All I can hope id that one day we can see what our animals are doing and experience her 1600 mile journey as well. I couldn’t imagine traveling over 1600 miles by myself, with no food and possibly expect to survive. The kitty is a gangster. After that many years on the streets, I doubt she’s going to want to live a suburban lifestyle anymore. Wishing Willow the best!
A calico cat named Willow, who disappeared from a home near the Rocky Mountains five years ago, was found Wednesday on a Manhattan street and will soon be returned to a family in which two of the three kids and one of the two dogs may remember her.
How she got to New York, more than 1,600 miles away, and the kind of life she lived in the city are mysteries.
But thanks to a microchip implanted when she was a kitten, Willow will be reunited in Colorado with her owners, who had long ago given up hope.
“To be honest, there are tons of coyotes around here, and owls,” said Jamie Squires, of Boulder. “She was just a little thing, five and a half pounds. We put out the `Lost Cat’ posters and the Craigslist thing, but we actually thought she’d been eaten by coyotes.”
Squires and her husband, Chris, were “shocked and astounded” when they got a call Wednesday from Animal Care & Control, which runs New York City’s animal rescue and shelter system.
Willow had been found on East 20th Street by a man who took her to a shelter.
“My husband said, `Don’t say anything to the kids yet. We have to make sure,’” Squires said. “But then we saw the picture, and it was Willow. It’s been so long.”
ACC Executive Director Julie Bank said a scanner found the microchip that led to the Squires family.
“All our pets are microchipped,” Squires said. “If I could microchip my kids, I would.”
The children are 17, 10 and 3 years old, so the older two remember Willow, Squires said. As for the 3-year-old, “She saw the photo and said, `She’s a pretty cat.’”
The Squireses also have a yellow Labrador named Roscoe, who knew Willow, and an English mastiff named Zoe.
“We had another dog back then, too, and I remember that Willow would lie with them as they all waited to be fed,” Squires said. “She thought she was a dog.”
Squires said Willow escaped in late 2006 or early 2007 when contractors left a door open during a home renovation.
Most people are posting this photo because they find it very funny. I, on the other hand, am so excited to see that someone shares my passion for these seemingly naked pants. When I was in 8th grade, my mom had bought my Aunt the most awful, or so I thought, birthday gift. I believed that no self-respecting woman would be seen in a pair of pants that hugged her body so tightly, in nearly every regard, so, they should obviously fall into the hands of someone that could care less about what other people thought.
The day I got those pants was probably the best day of my life and has led to some pretty amazing memories from my childhood. Amongst those, was the very first time I put them on. First of all, I should mention that these were the most comfortable, thick pants and that they kept me extremely warm. I truly loved them. Not only did I appear to be pant less, I also felt pant less, which is something I find oddly reassuring. Anyway, on this night I decided to use these pants to provide me and my friends with entertainment. As cars drove by, I danced on the corner and confused many of the people in their vehicles. Looking back, I realize this was incredibly stupid and most likely not a good idea, but I was also drinking orange juice and vodka, yet another bad idea. Oh, and when I said childhood before, I meant high school; It’s not like I was downing screwdrivers at 8-years-old or anything.
While that was fun, I decided these babies needed to be out in the daylight and get some damn attention. The place I decided to daunt my fancy new pants, outfitted with a pair of underwear on the outside: my high school. Sure, some of the older kids thought I was an absolute idiot while others thought it was embarrassing, there were also the small few who I made laugh their asses off. Although, looking back, while wearing these I also did my prat falls (falling on purpose and looking like a complete dumb ass who can’t walk and smacks her face on the ground) in the main quad and threw my books everywhere, and that may be why they were laughing, but either way, I was loving my new pants…up until I was told that my pants were inappropriate!
‘What do you mean inappropriate?! My mom bought these at Macy’s and was going to give them to my Aunt for her Birthday! They are totally appropriate!” And well, they may have agreed, if it wasn’t for the underwear that I had placed over the pants much like the cartoon ‘Doug’ or some superhero. This was the first, and definitely not the last time that I wore those pants to school.
Sadly, the asshole started to rip and people were no longer fooled by the naked pants. I tucked them away in the hopes of keeping them, but sadly, they’ve been missing for quite some time. This woman is the only other woman alive that I have ever seen in such a great pair of pants. One day, I will get a new pair. I must.
Everybody was shocked as hell the first time that this happened with Mike Tyson biting off an ear, but to do this at a house party is just fucking sick.These two men didn’t even know each other before this party, which is pathetic. Although there aren’t many details as far as what led to the fight, there is this article from Huff Post Weird News with some updated information from the LA Times:
BUENA PARK, Calif. — Authorities in Southern California say a man, Luis Miguel Aguilar, 29, bit off another man’s eyebrow during a fight at a house party [in the 7500 block of El Cerro Drive], chewed it up and spat it out.
Buena Park Police Cpl. Andy Luong says the man lost “a pretty good chunk” of skin and hair on his face, an area about the size of an egg. The man, [41-year-old Placentia resident], will require reconstructive surgery. His identity has not been released.
Aguilar was expected to be arraigned Thursday on one count of felony mayhem.