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fasteddy

Member Since 09 Nov 2004
Offline Last Active Mar 26 2020 12:09 PM
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In Topic: Not sure where to put this

15 March 2020 - 10:05 AM

I gotta believe keegel exercise is far less intrusive, lol.   If you do them right you can learn to use your anal muscles to massage your prostate and get an erection if you catch someone checking out your package and give him a little show....  :)  Plus if you do them often enough you can put a top in heaven by staying tight from start to finish.....My friend Darrell and I play all day often and he is amazed I can stay tight so long.....

 

I totally believed what I was reading but I could NOT envision it. :haha:


In Topic: Not sure where to put this

15 March 2020 - 10:02 AM

I started getting hard looking at that car........

Just found another perfect machine for our talented Tyler to perambulate around his country estate  :hugs:

 

https://slingshot.po...us/slingshot-r/


In Topic: And how was your day???

14 March 2020 - 04:04 PM

So anyway, I was called and chosen for jury duty.  It was a murder trial and was a week I'll never forget.  The upside other than doing civic duty and helping to serve the cause of justice, was all the other wonderful people I met.  We were like a gang of old school buds by the end of the trial.  12 jurors and 3 alternates but we were like a multigenerational family gathering with me being the oldest.  We got to know each other really well, very quick due to the length of time we were shut off in a room waiting, and waiting, and waiting,   The only resemblance to tv court dramas was the Godlike aire the Judge assumed,lol.  The trial was about an informant revenge killing.  The defendant had been looking for the victim for quite a while after the victim has testified in a murder trial against the defendants cousin.  Got it so far??  The victim was in witness protection/protective custody etc.. But he wasn't exactly a Rhodes scholar.  Besides his live in girlfriend he kept a side piece in New Haven, about 30 miles from his home in Waterbury.  Victim and defendant were both from New Haven and formerly good buds according to testimony.  The victim decided he was horny around 2:30 am on Dec12, 2018 and called his side piece and said he was on his way and to be ready so he wouldn't be spotted waiting for her.  That was a low percentage move.  He was spotted as soon as he entered the Westville project area by the defendants buddies who were also on the lookout for the victim. The victim picked up his side piece(btw, she referred to herself that way in testimony) and they headed for a nearby convenience store for a soda.  On exiting the store the victim was confronted by the defendant and after a brief argument shot with 4 45cal bullets and he died on the operating table shortly afterwards. 4 more slugs were shot into the victims car just missing the young lady so we are up to 8 shots fired. The girl drove the victim to the hospital after confronting the shooter who was well known to her and for whatever reason, he fled.  Her eyewitness testimony was found by us to be irrefutable after some 5 hours of deliberations and discussion over 2 days.  There was never any reasonable doubt as to his guilt once we sent into the deliberation room.   He did it, without any doubt on my part or the others but the finality and impact of our decision built a wall for us to climb over to not only do justice but instill  some peace in our consciences and reinforce each other.  We faced a terrifying responsibility over a mans future, deserved or not on his part.  Of our 5 hours of actual deliberation and discussion we spent most of the time trying to build a plausible case and cause and logic for the eyewitness to be committing perjury. We had to accept her testimony as the truth and that sealed the defendants fate.  You can guess it was drug related through and through and I learned a new piece of street slang " Ripping and Runnin"  was the defendants activity of choice and that means delivery drugs on the street via cell phone.  The forensic evidence presented by the FBI as to the movements of his cell phone destroyed his attempt at an alibi.  His phone was hit on within 275ft of the shot spotter alert at the time of the shooting instead of where he claimed he was.  The rest of his defense was essentially " it wasn't me"  and he strained the idea of innocence until proven guilty and his testimony and hostility on the stand didn't help him.  He admitted to about 20 different lies in the space of about 30 minutes and contradicted himself continuously.  On cross he took a sort of " fuck you bitch you're next " attitude with the States Attorney when she pointed out his difficulty with the truth.  He faces 60 years on the various 1st degree murder charges plus an additional 10 years for felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was previously convicted of a shooting but we were only told he was a felon on probation. He fled from the eyewitness cause the fucking dummy ran out of bullets cause his thug gun of choice was an M1911 with an out of the box max capacity of 8 rounds, exactly the number of shell casings left on the ground.   After our foreperson announced the verdict and the judge dismissed us he visited us in the deliberation room to thank us and answer  any questions.  There was a lot of evidence we didn't get to see and his words gave us further confidence in our decision.  A final lighthearted moment of the whole week.  When the marshalls drove us to our cars as he entered the lot where I was parked another juror suggested he guess which car belonged to the old guy, jokingly referring to me, the marshall didn't even hesitate, he said " It's gotta be that 20 year old copper colored Buick. Of course he was right as we all damn near pissed our pants laughing.  My boss paid me for the time although he isn't required to for part timers and the state reimbursed me for gas and travel.  We all got certificates of appreciation from the Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court.  Finally today I got another thank you letter from the State Judicial Branch.  It also informed me that I will not be eligible to be called again for 3 years.  I'll be over 70 by then so I'd be past mandatory service anyhow.  But the letter did say I can volunteer to serve again any time I like.  That I gotta think about. I'm not sure I ever want to have that responsibility over the lives of others in such a manner again.  


In Topic: And how was your day???

14 January 2020 - 07:24 AM

Bet this guy wanted to go back to the war he knew rather than the one he was gonna face.......


In Topic: And how was your day???

08 January 2020 - 09:46 PM

This is fucking beautiful..........