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General Discussion / Employee shoot Customer...
« Last post by Hung_Low on Today at 09:19:27 AM »
A fight over curly fries ends in a shooting... this happened at a Jack in the Box.

There were an argument about curly fries and the heated exchange turns into food tossing and then shooting. The employee took out her gun and started shooting as the driver sped away.

She claimed that he (a Latino) was using racial slur at her... calling her the N word. She also claimed that if you watch the security vid, you can not hear the gun go off because she didn't shoot at him. She lied because there were no audio available and you can clearly see the muzzle flashed with a spent shell flying off to the side. And I bet she lied about the 'racial' slur too... All she got was a charge of deadly conduct with a year of probation.
We all know Trump isn’t going to be there and he’s already the clear winner so what’s the point of these clowns even trying?   ;D

The same as the previous clown show in 2019... when we all know the DNC already had Brandon as the winner - all the other clowns are just entertainment fillers.
Nyob Zoo Peb Hmoob / Re: Hnub No Tuaj Txog
« Last post by TijLaugHmoob on Today at 04:28:04 AM »
Nyob zoo.. Lub zos no nyob ntsiag to xyov tej neeg qub dua twg tag lawm awd...
Online Journal / Re: The Not so private Diary of JonniJacco
« Last post by JonniJacko on Today at 02:05:14 AM »
true and pure anything is hard to find...if not impossible..ha ha today, people don't value friendship because in the past, maybe, people were more trustworthy, dependable, and genuine...But you have to understand, in the past decades people in general were also more naive and gullible...So on the other hand, I think people today are a lot smarter..peopl e don't like to suger coat things anymore and rather face the harsh realities than to have someone paint a fairytale story...haha People in general know good friends are hard to come by, genuine and consitency doesn't come easy. It's definitely wiser to keep a grey area between you and people. Close friends and no different from finding the right partner. The bond has to be natural.haha
when you're constantly reminded how short and fragile life is depressing. these sturgeons, i mean surgeons also risk a lot when performing a operation..ris k getting sue, terminated if they fuke up, haha...seeing human organs on a constant basis..yeah..t hat's a lot to take in..

this is probably waht they mean by sometimes the smart thing to do is to be dumb and keep life simple...lols but props to em..someon's gotta do the job.
worse than drugs they say..there's three type of gamblers. the degenerate, the casuals, and the real ones..lols degenerate will quit when they lose their soul..casuals quit when they lose their 100 bucks .the real ones...the only time they might quit is when they won enough to never work again and grown tired of the scene..lols because the grind is real..the real gamblers are not good at gambling, they're just good at hitting and running...or if that is not their style, they're just good at maintaining stamina, resiliency, and preserverance and understanding the true odds, mathematics and nature of their game or games of's not really all luck and t all math and science...haha that's what seperates the 99% from the 1%. the 1% knows the truth....haha
Sphere: What to know before you go

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – The moment we’ve been waiting for has almost arrived as the Sphere will open its doors on Friday.

Organizers have been building toward the opening date since 2018, but before coming full circle there are still questions on how to get to the Sphere and where to park.

The venue is located at 255 Sands Avenue where people can enter via Sands Avenue or Westchester Drive, through the plaza entry.

The giant orb was on the sightseeing list for a family visiting from Colorado and Georgia.

“Amazing, the colors, I can’t believe it. And the smiley face? That was so cute,” Ashley Sims-Plank expressed. “We are really bummed we’re not going to be at the U2 Concert.”

The ride-share pick-up and drop-off site is off Koval Lane and Sands Avenue.

Those who want to drive to the Sphere can head to its website where it will direct you to Ticketmaster to buy parking where prices can range from $40 to $100.

While you can park at nearby casinos, those have fees too. Visitor self-parking at The Venetian ranges from $15 to $23 depending on the day. Nevada residents with a valid Nevada driver’s license can get three hours of free parking.

The first four hours are free at the Wynn and Encore, then visitors pay $20 for the day. You can get to the Sphere from the Venetian pedestrian bridge.

Another option for Sphere sightseers is to pay $6 one-way on the Las Vegas Monorail. The stop near Harrah’s and the Linq is a little under a mile or a 20-minute walk.

No matter how or when you are going, it is safe to say there’s a lot of interest.

“It is otherworldly, for sure,” Jane Christie gushed.

Those interested in visiting Sphere should also be aware that it is a no-bag facility. Large bags and backpacks are not allowed however small clutches and fanny packs are allowed.
There is also no bag or coat check on site.

Sphere is a cashless venue, with only cards and mobile payment available. There are ATMs inside that will convert cash to cards.
General Discussion / I bet NFL's Cheetah can pump really fast when he hits the hole
« Last post by theking on September 27, 2023, 11:43:34 PM »
Tyreek "Cheetah" Hill Looking To Become Porn Star After Retiring From NFL

You may think that's a clickbait headline above, and it sure as hell is, but Dolphins wide out Tyreek Hill is the one who told the Bucs' Mike Evans during a Twitch stream this week that when he retires from the NFL, he'd like to go into the porn business.

General Discussion / Re: Fish sauce
« Last post by Visualmon on September 27, 2023, 11:03:27 PM »

Nah... the customers are there for a reason... eye food, not stomach food  >:D

Noj paum losyog noj qaub?  ???
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