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06-07-2015 11:52 PM  4 years ago
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I'm living on Greyeagle's shake...
WELl your on your own as I don't need the smiley effect when that get settled in you.

I am having Jack Daniel strawberry flavor drink with ice bad azz try this.

It freaking mellow.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-08-2015 11:53 AM  4 years ago
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no JD for me..... gave it up years and years ago. Stick with my beer.
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06-08-2015 01:02 PM  4 years ago
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I don't mess with beer's like one time as it not filter enough for old man kidney.
I mess with stuff that pass trough the body with very little effects.

We know we ganna die no need to speed the process.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-08-2015 01:24 PM  4 years ago
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http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/08/us/mc...ideo/index.html

This I how they do their jobs and is now vex now that the people or upset and is at their neck.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-08-2015 11:45 PM  4 years ago
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again, we don't know the whole story and we do not see the whole videoJim
Buzz Buzz Buzz
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06-08-2015 11:56 PM  4 years ago
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here it is
Embry just wanted a respite from the heat when he went to his neighborhood pool Friday. Talking to CNN Monday about the national story that rolled out of that simple, mundane summer activity still has him pretty well dismayed.

The 43-year-old African-American has lived in Craig Ranch, a planned community, for eight years. It's a nice place. Racially diverse. People get along there.

Thinking back on the pool party, he might have known it would be crowded. The invite to the party had earlier caught fire on Twitter and social media. Craig Ranch's strict homeowners' association rules prohibit bringing more than two guests to the pool.

So when crowds of teenagers showed up, huddling by the gate and shouting to let them in, things got out of hand. Some kids jumped over the fence, Embry said. A security guard tried to get them to leave but was outnumbered, so the guard called police.

Police would arrive, and one officer seen on a video later posted to YouTube, would be placed on administrative leave. The officer cursed at several black teenagers, yanked a 14-year-old girl wearing only a bikini to the ground and knelt on her back. He also unholstered his firearm and chased teenage boys as they approached him while he was trying to control the girl.

Shortly after the approximately seven-minute video hit YouTube, many on social media alleged that the white officer was racist. The Texas NAACP called meetings because members suspected as much, its president, Gary Bledsoe, said on CNN Monday.

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Embry disagrees.

"Let me reiterate, the neighbors or the neighborhood did not call the police because this was an African-American party or whatever the situation is," he said. "This was not a racially motivated event -- at all. This whole thing is being blown completely out of proportion."

McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley told reporters Sunday that several callers described fighting at the pool. At least 12 officers responded. Someone shot a YouTube video of what happened after they arrived, including the officer who has been placed on administrative leave, running after teenagers and conducting himself in a way that Conley said "raised concerns."

"I may or may not agree with everything that the police officer did, but I do believe he was trying to establish order. I am thankful to God that nobody got hurt," Embry said, adding that it made him feel uncomfortable to see an officer kneel on a teenager in a bikini and wave his gun at other teens.

A mother who was at the party gave a similar account. She spoke with her back to CNN's camera and didn't want to be identified.

"Nobody said anything about race," she said. "It was not a problem."

Activists: 'This was about race'

But a group of activists standing outside the McKinney Police Department on Monday told a different story.

"We're here today because of the unethical misconduct and racial misconduct of a police officer here in the city of McKinney," said the Rev. Ronald Wright of Justice Seekers Texas, who told reporters he heard over the weekend from the young man who filmed the YouTube video of the incident.

"The first thing that came out of his mouth was, 'This was about race,'" Wright said.

The officer involved should be disciplined and the Justice Department should investigate, the activists said.

Jahi Adisa Bakari said some of the police officers who responded to the situation handled it appropriately. But not the officer shown in the video, who he accused of hitting his 13-year-old daughter as she went to help her friend.

"I'm not indicting the entire Police Department, because I saw some people doing the right thing. I saw the officers actually trying to keep the matter right," he said. "This guy was just out of control. He should be drug tested, then fired. He shouldn't keep his job."

Bakari said he gives the officer credit for just one thing. Even though he had his gun out, he never opened fire.

"I don't know how he pulled it together at that moment. I thought it was over at that point. . ... Had he done that, McKinney would have been another Ferguson 100 times over," he said.

'It was not racism'

Jordan Gray, an African-American 16-year-old who was at the pool when the police arrived Friday, said comparing McKinney to Ferguson, Missouri -- where protests erupted after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown -- just isn't right.

"It's just separate events happening," he said.

The situation spun out of control because of improper police practices, he said, but he said the situation had nothing to do with race.

"It was just a young girl put on the ground against her will and that's all it was. It was not racism. It wasn't none of that. It seemed like racism because he put down all the black people and all the white people were walking around freely. ... The officer was so out of control that he didn't know what he was doing seemed like racism," Gray said.

'Clearly not armed'

CNN law enforcement analyst and former FBI assistant director Tom Fuentes criticized the officer's treatment of the girl.

The officer appeared to be "running around escalating" a situation that should have quickly calmed, he said. There was "no justification" he could discern from the video for the way she was treated.

Georgia criminal defense attorney and former police officer Phil Holloway said on CNN Monday that he felt the officer was escalating the situation.

"In addition to being unprofessional, I cannot conceive of why he would pull his weapon out under those circumstances," Holloway said.

Harry Houck, a retired New York Police detective, agreed with Holloway. "That officer was totally out of control."

Two McKinney police officers are investigating the police interaction with the teenagers.

The department had not identified the officer.

Teens 'not compliant whatsoever'

CNN law enforcement analyst Cedric Alexander cautioned that one video doesn't tell an entire story. He said officers were likely dealing with a lot of teenagers running around and not obeying basic orders to disperse.

"I thought the kids were not compliant whatsoever," said Alexander, who is the public safety director of DeKalb County, Georgia and President of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.

"That in itself is a problem. Those kids attempted to overtalk the police."

Alexander said he would not "demonize" or second-guess the McKinney officers based on the video.

However, he said, the officer who wrestled the girl to the ground could have controlled his temper.

"They are teenagers and we are the professionals," he said. "You can't allow emotions to get in the way."

Expert: Taking out gun justified

CNN legal analyst and attorney Paul Callan said more must be learned about exactly what police were told in calls.

"The nature of the police response should be proportionate and appropriate to the perceived threat," he said.

But the officer taking out his gun might be justified, Callan said, because he could have reasonably assumed the young men who approached him to be a real threat.

But when the teenagers scattered and ran, the police went to an "inappropriate Texas roundup of all fleeing juveniles," Callan said.

He said the teens' panic appears to be a result of overreaction because of the officer's aggressive demeanor.

And the girl's treatment, he said, appears to be punishment for her attitude rather than any particular crime.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-09-2015 01:33 AM  4 years ago
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Number One- No one ever remembers a thing you say

Number Two- You didn't pen the phrase "it only takes one bad fruit to spoil the bunch"

In the words of Woody Harrelson in No Country For Old Men; "Do you realize how crazy you are?"
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06-09-2015 02:19 AM  4 years ago
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Number One- No one ever remembers a thing you say
That what I like about this forum,

Woody Horrelson man I sporting that look in natural born killer, I like the guy 💃cool.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-11-2015 12:08 AM  4 years ago
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Again no one fault,
They feel as though, if I make a mistake -- which we all do make mistakes -- then what is this administration going to do to me?" he told CNN's Miguel Marquez. "Am I going to be the next one to be suspended? Am I going to be the next one who is going to be criminally charged?"

One officer called the union leader to ask if he'd be liable if a suspect he was chasing ran into traffic and got hit by a car, Butler said. He couldn't answer the question, so the officer told Butler he'd stop pursuing suspects on foot for now.

When asked what's behind that number, a Baltimore police officer gave an alarming answer. Basically, he said, the good guys are letting the bad guys win.

We know they all take a back seat everyone seen it.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-11-2015 01:13 AM  4 years ago
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Woody Horrelson man I sporting that look in natural born killer
His brother Charles was indeed a "natural born killer".

Was a hit man for organized criminal gangs.

Among other victims, he murdered federal judge John Woods in his home in San Antonio who was presiding over a drug case involving a drug dealer named Chagra.

Chagra hired Harellson to kill the judge.
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06-11-2015 02:57 AM  4 years ago
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http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/08/us/mc...ideo/index.html
This I how they do their jobs and is now vex now that the people or upset and is at their neck.
Oh man, I wish that little yapper would have been white. The officer would have been able to keep his job, could have dragged her in and sentenced her to taking a discipline class and given the parents a fine for poor parenting.
And above all, saved us all a bunch of time hearing about it.
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06-11-2015 04:36 AM  4 years ago
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The problem is that the officer had a previous complaint against him for a different incident that went against him.

2 strikes, you're out....was forced to resign quickly and will never be able to hold that kind of job again. Through his attorney, he said that he let "his emotions" get the best of him.

Fortunately, no one was physically hurt.

What's not commonly known from the sensational "media" coverage is this:

These "community" neighborhoods are the norm in TX....each with their own separate HOA....that they pay monthly fees(taxes) to pay for garbage pickup, etc...and to maintain the "community" pool nd perhaps tennis courts, etc.

People can't just walk into the pool area....they have to have a key/keycard to enter the area....or be an invited guest...by the rules of the HOA(the HOA will fine you if you don't cut your grass, etc.).

Was a sunny day, and mom's were there with their young children to enjoy the pool that they paid money to maintain.

People showed up and started to play hardcore "rap" music, whose lyrics are totally unsuitable for youngsters....much less anyone else.

While this was developing, the "rapsters" were inviting others...whose didn't live there..nor were they given an access code...so they proceeded to jump over 6' fences to attend this "swarm".

When asked to lower the volume, the rapsters responded with "taunts"...and the staring bell rang.

Before the video, the punks were overwhelmed by TX mommies defending their turf....the sensational vid was taken ~30 mins after the "dust up" started....cops got there a tad late.

FWIW
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06-11-2015 07:19 AM  4 years ago
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I have to disagree. The problem is that they happened to be black. If they had been white, they would have been viewed as unruly, and disrespectful of authority and nothing would have come of it.
If they were my kids, I'd be making them apologize to that officer right now.
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06-11-2015 09:22 AM  4 years ago
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Keep out of my pool...or else...

It's quite a distance between NY and TX isn't it...
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06-11-2015 11:33 AM  4 years ago
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Oh man, I wish that little yapper would have been white. 
😆

Me too I wish the Lil Brat was white we wouldn't come to this moment 😉

Then that idiot wouldn't be out there molesting LIL black girl

Remember its the white folks that was there say Racism, Read the scrip
the guy said he file pass us and just attacking our black friend.

Did you read that part😊😀

Kick that idiot from the PD he next in line to murder a black person.
I was waiting on some honey but there aren't no Queen bee,
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06-11-2015 04:41 PM  4 years ago
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The main problem is the parents teach their kids to blame everyone else(WHITE & BLACK). I live in a mixed neighborhood and see it on both sides. It's not a white and black issue, even though the media ALWAYS sensationalizes it that way. About one month ago my 6 year old son stuck a matchbox car in his pocket at Acme. We found out hours later after he confessed. So my wife and I put his ass in the car , took him to Acme and made him apologize to the manager and pay for the car out of his piggy-bank. We then took the car and donated it to the salvation army down the street. Now how many parents would do that??? I bet most would let him keep it or find it "cute" which my sister in law did once years ago, we hope and feel that it taught him a very important lesson. It's time for these damn kids to learn respect and treat officers, parents, teachers, and elders as authority figures and not as the enemy. Raise your F'ing kids right people, stop making excuses for their behavior and make them do the right thing if and when they screw up!!!! Just my two cents.
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06-11-2015 05:49 PM  4 years ago
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that's good 2 cents. I saw my folks do it with my brother when he stole a single golf ball.
They did it with me at 16 when 3 friends and I got caught "mailboxing".
My friends walked away with no punishment from their parents. I got grounded for 2 weeks, missed homecoming night dance and instead of going to the dance, they made me go out and buy 3 mailboxes with my money (every penny I had, but we actually wrecked about 20) for the people that reported it and the next day, made me walk up to their door, apologize and then install their new mailboxes.
THAT is parenting.
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06-11-2015 06:11 PM  4 years ago
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Amen brother. Lets hope it works. I try to do right but society has a way of warping them.
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06-11-2015 06:32 PM  4 years ago
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Sure do. Never had an issue with my kids until they moved away as adults. Both good kids with good jobs (son contracts with intelligence firms, daughter is in medical school while she works), but somehow or another, 20 year old divorce wounds have krept into their psyche, because you know, everybody has to play the victim with this generation, and now neither one talks to me.
A real head shaker.
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06-11-2015 07:32 PM  4 years ago
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Thats kids for ya, my sister does that **** and we all had the same parents, me and my other 2 siblings are just fine. Oh well!!
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