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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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Good for you! I keep you in my prayers!
;)Thank you so much!!!
No thanks necessary! Just take care of the critters. ;o]
Technically no, and the Eagle Scout Court of Honor is the one Court of Honor where I advise Scouts to stick with the Insignia Guide, given the importance of the event.
The guiding rule in the official Insignia Guide has always been that there are only two things a Boy Scout can wear on his uniform that he earned in Cub Scouts: The Arrow of Light and the Youth Religious Award (the silver square knot on a purple background, if one or more religious awards are earned in Cub Scouting). So Bill can wear the knot for Cub Scout religious awards, but not the medals.
As a Boy Scout, he's 'supposed to' wear the Cub Scout device (the little metal Cub Scout emblem) on the knot to show it was earned in Cub Scouting; if he earns another religious award in Boy Scouting, then he is supposed to wear both Cub and Boy Scouting devices.
All that said, if Bill wants to wear them, nobody is going to care. He earned them. Good on him. The only rule in the Insignia Guide is don't wear more than five medals.
Scouts go out of 'official' uniform for Courts of Honor all of the time. A large percentage of Scouts who are in OA fold their OA sashes and wear them in their belts for Couts of Honor when they also wear a merit badge sash. The OA sash is never to be worn in the belt, but Scouts wear in that way regularly for Courts of Honor, because you can't wear two sashes on your shoulder - and they want to show that OA sash.
Thanks, that was comprehensive! DP mentioned something about the knot and the metal thingie, too. We’ll check the book: want to do it right.
If he's earned Ad Altare Dei, then you'll have two devices on the purple and shiny silver square knot, and that medal. Does he have a Pope Pius XII or International Awareness medal?
If he's earned any of the Rosary Series or Footsteps of American Saints awards, then he can wear one on his right pocket as a temporary patch - or any other meaningful patch.
If his unit's won a Pope Paul VI Quality Unit Award, he should be wearing that (umm. I'm assuming you're Roman Catholic, not Eastern Catholic, because different Scouting awards apply).
I need to call a buddy of mine whom I've camped with in Scouting for over 15 years. He's the Chairman of Catholic Scouting in my Council and could let me know what else may be available for uniform wear, even on a rush basis, for items Bill may not even know he's already qualified for.
Talk me out of this. I’ve been approached about going back into the practice of law. Not that I really ‘practice law’ when I’m practicing law.
I once dreamed I was drinking in Guam with George Patton.
I once dreamed I was drinking in Guam with George Patton.
That was probably someone who wanted to be Douglas MacArthur, but who looked more like Patton.
Be careful of the people you meet in dreams. They are not all really dream material.
There was a parrot.
This was before I learned that I was actually supposed to go to Guam and discovered that it was an oceanfront jungle version of Oklahoma.
Do not go back into the practice of law. If you haven’t achieved success at it yet, it’s probably better to try being something else.
You could be an actuary, for example.
Please excuse—have had connectivity issues during the last few days. God Bless!
P.S. I miss Darksheare terribly.
Yes, garden-variety RC. Bill didn’t earn any of the Boy Scouting medals. He once had a Pius VI patch, in Cub Scouts. Our Cubs will probably get one this year; we have a gung-ho religious awards coordinator.
Thanks for the suggestions of other badges and pins he can get!
Not sure if you are a Southpark fan or not. I recommend that you watch the latest episode as they address the issue of posting funny cat pictures on the internet.
I had a dream the while camping on Whidby Island not very far from Oak Harbor. We had taken the ferry from Port Townsend to the keystone ferry landing to drove to what was then a state park. . I was sleeping in a tent with my head near the entrance flap. That night a brown bear came by and put some curlers in my hair. The bear was struck by lighting and to this very day I have curly hair. This is also how black bears came to the island.
That all sounds perfectly logical because I was just reviewing “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
We used to anchor off Port Townsend. It always smelled of the paper mill.
I have rather given up the averred utility of smelling things.
When someone thrusts an object under my nose, I blink innocuously and nod sagely in agreement, having no idea what noxious odor has been foist on me, by the simple expedient of having suspended breathing at the first instance of the assault.
I am willing to smell the flowers, or attempt to, that may come my way, or I theirs, but the left shoulder of that particular bell curve is one I try to stay upwind of.
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