Why I keep Christine Around, Despite the Stabbings

Why I keep Christine Around, Despite the Stabbings
10. She has a great ass.
9. She is a really honest and great person who teaches me about morals
8. I like her laugh
7. She’s sometimes enlightened about random things and I learn something (ex// grammar)
6. I enjoy beating her at Chess, Racquetball and all other “sports”
5. She has a nastier mind then me which just amazes me on so many levels
4. She is by far the most expressive and interesting woman I’ve known in my 28 years
3. She’s pretty tough and can take a punch but she doesn’t like that spot on the back of her ankle being grabbed.
2. 36D’s
1. I’m scared what she might do if I don’t… j/k Christine.. really

Happy Birthday Christine!!

Today Christine is another day older and I can officially say that I have known her for over a year now.. because I kind of remember her birthday last year (altho I pretty sure we didn’t do anything together last year). Anyway wish her a Happy Birthday because I’m sure she is feeling like an antique today.

Happy Birthday Christine!!

Fuck France – Another Reason Why France Sucks

Those who have read our site for awhile know I have a pretty low opinion of the France, they also know I’m not some PETA lunitic.. but I think this is a extreme even for those fucking lunitics in Europe.
Dog with hook thru snout
STRAY dogs are being skewered on hooks and dragged behind boats as live shark bait. The cruel practice takes place on French-controlled Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, where Prince William spent two holidays. A six-month-old labrador pup was recently found ALIVE with a huge double hook through its snout – like the dog above – and another through a leg. The pup was found in a coastal creek and is thought to have somehow freed itself from a fishing line. But other dogs and kittens have been chomped up and swallowed by sharks.

Think Your Job Sucks??? Try this one…

Here’s the article from CNN…

NEW YORK (AP) — Police searched Sunday for the body of a woman whose 4-year-old daughter was found abandoned on a city street, and said they were considering how to tell the girl that her mother is dead.

Authorities have been unable to find 26-year-old Monica Lozada-Rivaineira since her daughter was discovered crying and shivering on a street in Queens. The girl told neighbors her father left her there and drove away.

Cesar Ascarrunz, 32, was charged Saturday with murdering his live-in girlfriend. Police say Ascarrunz killed Lozada-Rivaineira and dumped her corpse in a pile of trash on a Queens street corner.

Police were led to Ascarrunz by tips from the public after 4-year-old Valery Lozada appeared on TV on Thursday. The child, her hair in pigtails, described her mother as looking “like a princess.” Police ultimately used records from Valery’s day care center to identify her mother.

“This child has captured the hearts of all New Yorkers,” said District Attorney Richard A. Brown. “I hope she can grow up to lead a normal life.”

Child welfare officials took the unusual step of putting her on television hoping that would produce more information about her identity.

Kevin Flood, a firefighter who gave the girl a drink and a fruit snack that night, said her hair was tousled as if she had just been awakened. But she showed no signs of abuse and neglect, authorities said.

“She was scared. She was crying,” said Flood, 34. “She said her daddy had left her on the corner.”

Valery was asking to see her mother, but authorities were waiting to break the news of her mother’s death, said John Mattingly, commissioner of the city Administration for Children’s Services. Dozens of people have volunteered to adopt her, he said.

“This little girl is as strong and capable and bright as she can be because of her mother,” Mattingly said. “It makes us hopeful for the future … that she will in the long run do well.”

City officials were trying to contact family members and have already reached a female cousin of her mother’s in New York, Mattingly said.

Ascarrunz also was charged with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child, child abandonment and evidence tampering, Brown said. If convicted on the murder charge, he faces 25 years to life in prison.

Lozada-Rivaineira was last seen at the apartment she shared with Ascarrunz late on September 24, authorities said. According to a criminal complaint, Ascarrunz choked Lozada-Rivaineira to death in the apartment, put her body in a plastic bag and left it in the living room for two days.

On September 26, he took her body from the apartment and dumped it in a pile of trash on a Queens street corner, the complaint said.

Investigators found traces of blood in the apartment. Ascarrunz told police he had cut Lozada-Rivaineira’s throat to revive her after choking her, according to the complaint.

Ascarrunz had not been arraigned by late Saturday. A spokesman for the district attorney said he believed Ascarrunz did not have an attorney.