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Besides Denny's, there's not too many 24/7 places to eat at along the interstates so good to have Iron Skillet as an option. Our experiences at Iron Skillet have been positive thus far:

Today's is National Cheese Burger Day so thought I stop by and do my part  O0:

General Discussion / Asking For Help
« on: September 18, 2019, 02:25:24 AM »
...from time to time when I don't have the tool and/or knowledge for the task. For example installing an anti-sway bar, I I have the tools and can do every step except for welding so I would rather spend $20 for the pros to do it for me rather than spending a whole lot more to buy welding equipment and do it myself since it's a one time deal:

...He was busy following his master that also proudly supports "lies and fakes" around  ;D:

...protruding above the clouds ...Yes, the twin peaks at Devil's Mountain are also known as the women's breasts of California... O0 ;D:

Pro Sports Discussion / Congrats to DC for passing The Snake
« on: September 16, 2019, 10:28:54 PM » the Raiders passing leader and it took him fewer games  O0:

Derek Carr passes Ken Stabler as the Raiders' all-time passing leader

It took the 28-year-old quarterback 80 games to eclipse the Hall of Famer’s record, which has held for 40 years, and he’s got a lot more football ahead of him. Over the years, Carr has watched his name slowly inch its way up the all-time list, waiting for the day — if he was fortunate enough — he claimed the throne.

Deputies Rescue ‘Shaking, Crying’ Sacramento Woman Who Driver Allegedly Kidnapped and Raped Repeatedly

Two people were arrested Saturday after a Sacramento woman told deputies she was kidnapped then held against her will for four days and raped repeatedly, according to KTLA sister station KTXL in Sacramento.

Around 11:35 p.m., Mendocino County deputies noticed a vehicle driving on North State Street in Ukiah that had multiple vehicle code violations tied to it, the sheriff’s office said. Once the driver parked, deputies identified him as 33-year-old Thao Vang of Sacramento.

The sheriff’s office says sitting next to Vang was 33-year-old Christine Maxwell, and in the backseat was a bruised 34-year-old Sacramento woman who was “very upset, shaking, crying.”

The woman told deputies she was kidnapped by Vang four days prior in Sacramento and taken to a home in the area. There, she says Vang abused her and raped her numerous times.

On Saturday, Vang and Maxwell drove the woman to Ukiah, according to the sheriff’s office. She told deputies she thought she was going to be killed.

The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office says their deputies found evidence supporting the woman’s statements, including drug paraphernalia, and arrested Vang and Maxwell, who were later booked into the Mendocino County Jail.

Vang was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping, rape, false imprisonment and conspiracy. When he was found, deputies also discovered he had a felony warrant out of Butte County, so he was also being held on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance while armed. His bail was set at $175,000.

Maxwell was taken into custody on suspicion of kidnapping and conspiracy, and her bail was set at $100,000.

General Discussion / Like the breasts
« on: September 16, 2019, 01:28:27 PM »
...of chickens (commands more value due to its white meat vs the dark meats of legs and thighs), the center cut of beef, filet mignon often commands more value than other cuts too but I rather opt for the prime rib cut even when both are available at the same cost like so:


Prime Rib:

And the seafood was good too  O0:


Homeless Mom Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Using Friend's Address to Enroll Son in School

Tanya McDowell was arrested and charged with first-degree larceny and served five years behind bars for the "stolen" education.

A homeless woman from Bridgeport, Connecticut, was sentenced to five years in prison for enrolling her son in a school district where he did not reside.

In 2011, Tanya McDowell wanted a better education for her then 5-year-old son Andrew, and enrolled him in an elementary school in the neighboring town of Norwalk — using her son’s babysitter’s address for registration papers. At the time, she and her son were living out of her van and homeless shelters, and spending nights at an apartment in Bridgeport, the Connecticut Post had reported.

The mother was arrested and charged with first-degree larceny and sentenced to five years behind bars for the “stolen” education, confirmed with PEOPLE by the Newark Courthouse Chief Clerk’s Office.

“Who would have thought that wanting a good education for my son would put me in this predicament?”

10 doing the right thing should supersede it:

N.J. Teacher, 45, Charged With Sexually Abusing Teen After Being Caught by Her Own Children

She intentionally passed herpes to the teen

A New Jersey teacher was arrested late last month on child sex assault charges after her own children reportedly became aware of the alleged abuse and confronted her about it.

Elyse Castillo, 45, last worked for the Jersey City Board of Education in November 2018. A statement from the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office contends the alleged abuse began five months earlier.

Castillo allegedly abused a 14-year-old student over the course of 15 months.

Citing a criminal complaint, also reports that Castillo never told her alleged victim she had herpes.

The complaint reportedly claims the alleged crimes began in June 2018 and ended in August, soon after Castillo’s children — who are 13 and 14 — approached her about the illicit relationship.

The confrontation was so intense, according to the complaint, the children’s father contacted child protection services, telling them he suspected Castillo may have assaulted their children during the argument.

An investigation into the father’s allegations uncovered the reason for the fight, as police were informed of the alleged abuse.

Castillo allegedly met the child when he was in sixth grade, and when describing the alleged abuse, said they “would make love,” reports, citing the complaint.

Castillo was arrested on August 29 and charged with single counts of aggravated sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child and diseased person committing an act of sexual penetration.

At a detention hearing this week, prosecutors said that Castillo had confessed to her crimes and that she faces 10 to 20 years in prison if convicted.

Castillo has been released, but a judge forbid her from having contact with any children other than her own.

Attempts to reach Castillo, who has not entered pleas to the charges, were unsuccessful Friday, and it was unclear if she was represented by a lawyer who could speak on her behalf.

...regardless of locations across this great country... ???

Doesn't matter if it's the casino floor:

Or the waiting areas:

Or the buffet line:

Lots of Asians all over... ;D O0

I agree. Although the Hornet 919 was not the most powerful or fastest, it was the most comfortable bike I've owned  over the years ...My wife said that as a passenger, the 9 was also the most comfortable for her..Took these photos with me during a trip to Boom Town..  O0:

General Discussion / Wish the sound quality could be better
« on: September 13, 2019, 06:49:23 PM »
...because "waiting for you" is one of my favorite songs:

General Discussion / Not surprised this idiotic Judge got fired again
« on: September 12, 2019, 10:24:32 PM »

Former Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, who was recalled last year after sentencing Stanford student Brock Turner to only six months in jail for sexual assault, has lost another job.

A San Jose high school on Tuesday confirmed it had hired Persky to coach its junior varsity girls tennis team. But after criticism and an online petition spurred by students, parents and alumni from Lynbrook High School, the Fremont Union High School District announced Wednesday that Persky had been released from his position.

Although Persky previously attended several youth tennis coaching clinics and holds a high rating from the U.S. Tennis Assn., the district cited the interest of students and the school community in its decision to sever ties with the former judge.

...horses just don't naturally carry a human being and run around in circle..cocks on the other hand will naturally fight for territory and status. Therefore, horse racing is pretty abusive IMO:

"Justify drug controversy pushes horse racing toward the end"

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