Skip to comments.Cops: Accused Prostitute Offered Undercover Officer Sex For Cheeseburgers Off McDonald's Dollar Menu
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 was axin’ becuz I are a redhead.
Delete. Delete. Delete.
That’s so sweet....:o])
We all woke up about 4:00 a.m. a couple of days ago because Jake was having a Happy on Kathleen. She’s warm, she’s breathing, she smells like milk ...
Le sigh. We got Bill’s grades: A in English, B in economics, and D in math. “I thought I was doing better!” he says, although he got 60s on his recent tests. He can take it again in the fall under closer supervision, with restrictions on his free hours.
The time is now for him to learn what to do about a class that isn’t easy.
Very darling! Lost my pinglist. It’s raining so I get to stay in yay! Trying to figure how to keep veggie garden safe from deer, bunnies, squirrels, raccoons, mice, possums, peacocks, armadillos—haven’t seen any rats—Mr. Sg saw a fox yesterday, there was a cougar siting at the bottom about six months ago, heard coyotes last year. Looking into hardware cloth, solar electrification, barbed wire, chicken wire.
Peacocks in your garden? It seems like those would scare off some of the other invaders, at least.
The catz are our biggest problem (after Frank), but they also kill rabbits.
What’s Diana’s BB mix?
What kind of new phone? Do you like it? What are the best features?
Re: math. I had to concentrate on algebra, trig and calc, but for some reason plane geometry made sense and I sailed through it.
The peacocks and peahens belong to our neighbor. There are six of them and they only meander over once in a while, but he assures us that, once they figure out we have a garden, they’ll savage it unless we take precautions. They aren’t in the least afraid of me. BTW, fed the horse a big bowl of watermelon, his nose got all wet and pink, and he wiped it on my white T-shirt. Next time I wear new napkins, avoiding the horse will be the order of the day.
Mr. Sg wants to run errands but I want to stay in. He’ll probably win by virtue of logic. Le sigh.
Bill was in “precalculus algebra.” He’ll need to pass a semester of calculus for a business degree. By working harder at it, he should be able to get through that, plus plenty of other courses, in the next year at Central Piedmont. He was doing okay early in the semester, but when he started having difficulty, he didn’t seek out help and increase his effort, just hoped that it would all come together so he could get a C.
It’s a low-cost learning experience. He’ll be forced to work on better study habits in the next semester.
Speaking of daughters...I don’t recall if I told you the latest about mine. She actually invited me to “linner” (Late lunch, early dinner) on my birthday! WHOA! Will miracles never cease?
She said she was going to surprise me and just show up but she didn’t want me to have a heart attack! LOL!
We have four cats but won’t allow them outdoors 2ndary to foxes, coyotes, etc. Three small dogs are missing from my three closest neighbors recently. Crowbar the dog comes when called, so we’re a little looser about letting him go into the forest. Did I mention that one of the dogs brought us a gift? (Four foot long snakeskin w/o the snake inside left outside the back gate.)
What great news! I hope it’s a fun event.
Math was always difficult for me, especially algebra. Oddly enough, I use it in cooking, sewing and most crafts.
It’s funny—math seems to help look at things from different perspectives and clarify your thinking. Combined w/an interesting textbook, it exposes one to lots of fun stuff (automotive forensics, grazing ranges of herds of giraffes, etc.)
Face, (please excuse if this is too personal) how far does your daughter live from you?
Well, the only expectation I have is that she is willing to be friends again before I die. That is a true blessing.
I’m off to Walmart. See you later!
It probably helps if the format is in a construct that you use. I got really jazzed about the quadratic equation and figuring out multiple unknowns, but a bunch of letters w/o meaningful context leaves me cold.
Off to do chores. Have a great day and hugs to Kathleen!
I always liked being able to solve an equation and get a number. If I couldn’t, it was no fun! But I made it through basic calculus for my business degree, and so will Bill.