Monday, November 03, 2008

"Git yer bitch ass outa the car white boy." Sound familiar? It should, it's yer dad.

Top of the morning gents,

I fucking love Nebraska now.

No shit. I can dump any of my nugger spawn at any safe haven: no questions asked. Just ditch the little shit, walk over to Top of the Whale "for a beer, bong hit and blow job" (Callahan).

Think of it: one look at yer ugly fucking kids and you can now say, "Later nigger." "Yer shit is a goner."

Here's the coolest externality, I can snatch any of yer little reservation pork farts, drive to the Kotzebue K-Mart (city dump) and boot yer downer syndrome mongoloid offspring outa me kamoon and let 'em feed offa my pile o' dead dogs.

Dead dogs all ye shooters've blasted. Besides, dead muttnikipaq is better eating than the shit yer wife grunts on a platter. I walk by yer houses every night and gag up maggots. Dudes, even my Eskimo wife wouldn't eat the shit your inbred family chews toothlessly slow and hatching as watery turds.

My readers with bigger gonads are a cacklin' evil. I'll laugh with your wit but I won't fuck Steffany ApGag (apgar) with yer dick.

Yup. We is twisted. We're laughing at the musings of a sick man that likely has permanent drain bramage from strong drink and irreparable heart damage due to doing the fish. No I don't mean drowning, I mean horking down a plumer of smoke flavored cocaine and ghost bud.

Then doing the fish.

As in flailing wildly about like a gimper dude with a head shot.

Just kidding. Ain't none of us pulled a death bonger and cocoa puff awaking fully errect and welded inside a strange woman's large intestines.

"Touch me, I'm sick" (psycho metal native shred composed by Rick janitcheck and scott Wade 1991 kotz). Two boys that should've been aborted and tossed in the honey bucket to freeze.

Later shooters,

Kiaqpuq Nigloomi

PS. Friends don't let friends vote for Democraps. Investor class voters shoot minorities, not elect them.

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2 children abandoned under Neb. safe-haven law

By MARGERY A. GIBBS / Associated Press Writer

Published: November 3rd, 2008 09:57 AM

OMAHA, Neb. - Two more teenagers have been abandoned at Nebraska hospitals under the state's much-criticized safe haven law, bringing the number of mostly older children dropped off to 26 since July, authorities said.

The teens, both 16, were left at separate hospitals, according to the state Department of Health and Human Services. One was a girl dropped early Monday at Midlands Hospital in Papillion and the other a boy abandoned at Children's Hospital in Omaha late Sunday.

Papillion police Lt. Chris Whitted said the girl and her mother had previously lived in Papillion, south of Omaha, before moving to Arizona. He said the mother didn't give a reason for dropping the girl off, but he added: "Obviously, there's concerns about being able to care for her daughter."

He said the girl "was unaware she was being dropped off" and has been placed in state custody.

Todd Landry, director of the state's Division of Children and Family Services for the department, said in a statement Monday that the girl had been a ward of the state of Nebraska from September 2007 to March. In March, a juvenile court judge dismissed the wardship based in part on the mother's desire to relocate to Arizona to be near extended family, Landry said.

The girl was a ward of the state of Arizona from August until sometime in October, Landry said. He said it's the Nebraska department's understanding that an Arizona court agreed to dismiss the case at the request of the mother, who sought to return to Nebraska to have more support from family and friends located here. Landry said he believes the mother and daughter returned to Nebraska just last week.

In the second case, Landry said the boy was left by his father just after midnight Monday. Neither Landry nor hospital officials offered additional details on that case.

Nebraska was the last state to enact a safe-haven law, which is intended to protect unwanted newborns from being abandoned. Some have interpreted the state's law to mean children as old as 18 can be abandoned because it uses the word "child" and doesn't include an age limit.

Health and Human Services officials, however, say they will not take in any children older than 17.

The Legislature plans to tackle the issue at a special session on Nov. 14. Speaker of the Legislature Mike Flood said he'll introduce a bill establishing a 3-day-old age limit.

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