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Kemwood busters
October 13, 2008, 8:23 pm
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dirty deeds

dirty deeds

There is this moron that lives in a shelter, o in college station. Really.  He walks to kempwood and sneaks accoss the fence.  When the lady guard is rubbing them slef. O this moron jumps in a dumpster feeds nasty ass cats.  O this is true if u think im selling the moon.

But they and the rest of the zoo are making strange noises at nite and they have the temp to 50 degrees in that place.  The dam cot is hard as bricks. No someone for got a pillo.  Then it was get the army blanket out and cover up . I tryed and tryed about Fema i did not have to dont guess.

None of this really happend cause  its late and things.

Scumbags and 2 moons plus mad dog 20/20
October 13, 2008, 7:48 pm
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I n case. Well hello to that scum bag co that i believe wanted me to work at that construction place on montgomery road. Cagfish sure as hell think u done it to otheres . O oo when no go to construct site during that hurrican with 110 mile hour winds hittin houston . U laughed and said no worry and then no more hours for them.

Do u know with your game if i done that u know what would have happened. GArfish would not be putting this garbarge on here. Just like the morons that stayed in there houses on the beach at galveston that would happen to me. 

Yes gofer shoud had started this 3 fin months ago . o well.

Dam it i wish i really had some mad dog 2 bottles will do ice cold on the out side.       

sand pit monster of hammerly
October 13, 2008, 6:47 pm
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warning sanpit monster alert 2007

warning sanpit monster alert 2007


Well hello ever one. Thats a picture of the sand pit on hammerly in nw Houston. I heard on tv or may be i had to many beers that night. Well any way they say there is a giant spider that live in that lake.

U go on the lake when there is a ful moon. Got to have canoe, and a lady that looks like a bunny. The spider comes to the surface to look around . Then is gets its invisile tenicle and starts feeling the lady , u try to stop that invisible thing and lice comes out of the water and get all over u.

The mex and scum bags of 9540
October 13, 2008, 1:49 pm
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Hello u know u want to eat u got to work. So might as well go to link, security compaines,diging ditches ,what ever. 

I need a bailout for 300 billion pesos
October 13, 2008, 1:40 pm
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Please help . I need to to go walmart and get food. It seems this mexcan hoook stole my hiney clothes at gessner and kempwood. Yes i got off bus 36 and found out i was naked.  There was this fat lady that came to my resque . Thats right .

No thats just some thing to do . Yes for real i been on bus 36 its a holy bus. One time i sat down and this kinda pluma lady was rubing my leg. I think she wanted more than that like adddress.

here they com

here they com

Sand crabs dance at galveston strand
October 13, 2008, 1:30 pm
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For the last three weeks, just about everyone I’ve talked to has told me the same thing — it’s going to be OK. Today I found out they were wrong.

When we bought our house less than two years ago, my husband and I took out an insurance policy that would adequately cover our losses. It turns out, the chances of us needing that much coverage were negligible. The only way we would have maxed out our policy is if Hurricane Ike had blown our house into English Bayou.

We expect the city to find our house is substantially damaged, meaning repairs would cost more than 50 percent of the structure’s value. We thought that would make our home a total loss. We expected to be able to use the full value of our insurance policy to pay off our mortgage and start over.

But I learned today that we will be paid only for damage the storm did, not for the damage city officials do several months later when they require us to tear it down. For us, that means we’ll only be able to pay off a part of our mortgage. We’ll be saddled with the balance as we try either to rebuild or buy another house somewhere else.

A federal official told me today it was not the government’s job to make me whole. I agree. But surely, if I paid for an insurance policy to make me whole, I should get the full value of that policy. We were trying to be responsible. Turns out, that really doesn’t matter.

It was bad enough having to drag all of our belongings to the curb last weekend and watch two small tractors scoop them into a waiting Dumpster. It was heartbreaking to tear out walls we had lovingly painted ourselves. But realizing we will not fully recover from Ike for years to come is worse than everything we’ve experienced up to this point.

I feel like someone just punched me in the face. And I know we’re not the only ones who will be dragging Ike’s burden with us as we try to move on.

Recover? Eventually. But not any time soon.  These space rats from the strand force me to put this garbarge on here or meet jaws in the surf. 

Galveston brown sand news
October 13, 2008, 1:24 pm
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Published October 13, 2008

GALVESTON — Misdemeanor charges have been dropped against five people arrested and cited during what police called a riot at the San Luis Hotel’s H20 bar Oct. 4.

Joel Bennett, assistant district attorney in Galveston County, said all Class C misdemeanors — the equivalent of a traffic ticket — were transferred to municipal court and then dropped.

He did not say why because he said municipal court is not in his jurisdiction.

All others involved in the incident, including Houston Astros pitcher Brandon Backe, are still under investigation by the district attorney.

Eleven people, including a Federal Emergency Management Agency official, were charged in the melee at the hotel bar Oct. 4.

Most had just left a wedding reception at the San Luis Convention Center. Six officers were injured during the fight though none were hospitalized.

Police are continuing an internal investigation into officers’ actions during a hotel bar riot, but the district attorney’s office and the U.S. Department of Justice could join in on the probe, Police Chief Charles Wiley has said.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Sunday that charges have been dropped against Jaime Forero, a regional federal coordinating officer with FEMA.

It’s not clear why since he was charged with a Class B misdemeanor of failure to obey an officer.

Ron Whittington, spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said the agency was notified Saturday of the dropped charges.

Forero was cited after he complained to two police supervisors about officers using excessive force during the fight and then refused to leave the bar.

Police took his FEMA credentials and claimed he threatened to get them fired, according to one officer’s reports.

Case still under review

Bennett, who was contacted at home Sunday, did not comment on Forero’s dropped charge.

When asked if the district attorney’s office filed charges against Galveston police officers involved in the brawl, Bennett would only say the case remained under review by the district attorney’s office.

“That’s the only comment I have,” he said.

District Attorney Kurt Sistrunk could not be reached for comment Saturday or Sunday.

The following people, once charged with public intoxication, are now cleared of all charges: Justin Matthew Packard, 24; Raymond Fred Guidry, 20; Matthew Goodson, 26; Michael McMillan, 36.

Charles Young, 28, has been cleared of public intoxication but remains charged with resisting arrest, a Class A misdemeanor.