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Monday, March 30, 2009

Miami Sex Offenders Live Under a Bridge - Two years later

It's always interesting when the media does follow up stories of previous criminals featured here. Back in early 2007, a news article featured sex offenders in Miami living under a bridge because they have nowhere else to go, not even a homeless shelter.

Two years later, the Miami under-bridge sex offender community is revisited. It's grown, but conditions are not any better (but then again, why should it be any better). They made horrible mistakes which cost them their lives, but for the remaining Sailer audience who spend inordinate time on the internet, sexually frustrated with your failure to deal with women, stuck in miserable marriages and depressed lives, you better seriously consider getting away from the internet and the likes of Steve Sailer. Otherwise, you can join this reclusive community.

Miami sex offenders still living under bridge
52 people call it home, say they're ostracized and can't find housing

MIAMI - A sandy shoreline runs outside Patrick Wiese's front door. A white crane toes through gentle blue-green waters as the sun beams overhead. The view of downtown is spectacular, the fishing good and the rent free.

Yet he'd give it all up for a bed in a warehouse.

Wiese is among 52 sex offenders living under a busy bridge over Biscayne Bay that connects Miami to Miami Beach. The state insisted two years ago it would urge them to leave, but the community has only grown.

It has become a makeshift town of parolees and others who struggle to find affordable housing that doesn't violate strict local ordinances against sex offenders living too close to schools, parks and other places children congregate.

In the angled area where the bridge meets a concrete slope, residents have put up domed tents, a shack housing a makeshift kitchen, a camper, even a weight bench. They've spray painted the slope and the pillars supporting the bridge: "We 'R' Not Monsters." "They Treat Animals Better!!!" "Why?"

"They throw us under here and just hope that we can do something ourselves," said 47-year-old Wiese, standing in the doorway to a small shack made of collected wood scraps. "If I was a murderer, they would help me, they would find me a home, they would find me a job."

Started in 2007
The community started in 2007 with a few men camping out beneath the Julia Tuttle Causeway, the result of rules strengthened in Miami-Dade County two years earlier and a bevy of overlapping local ordinances. A year later, there were 19, and the state vowed it would help them find housing. That never happened, and more kept arriving.


Jason Leroy Savage jailed for having sex with car wash vacuum

For most of us, these stories are so outrageous and bizarre we can't comprehend these kind of devious sexual acts. For the eccentric and sexually frustrated males like Steve Sailer's audience, it is more prevalent than you think. Remember, they have an abysmal record in finding positive relationships with women, and overwhelmingly get rejected by women. Thus their sexual repression only mounts to these kinds of acts.

Man caught in vacuum sex act gets 90 days
29-year-old pleads no contest to indecent exposure after car wash incident

SAGINAW, Mich. - A man police caught performing a sex act with a car wash vacuum has been sentenced to 90 days in prison.

Jason Leroy Savage must also submit to drug testing.

The 29-year-old from Michigan, was sentenced Wednesday at Saginaw County Circuit Court. Savage pleaded no contest to indecent exposure last month.

Police say Savage was arrested after a resident called officers early on Oct. 16 to report suspicious activity at a car wash in Thomas Township, about 90 miles northwest of Detroit.

Savage's attorney, Philip Sturtz, didn't immediately return a message seeking comment.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Imitating Steve Sailer's depression online can get you fired

It's not just the outwardly blatant, racist internet writings that can get you fired from your job. Steve Sailer is infamously known for his subtle but prevalent depression and isolation as well. Imitation Steve Sailer's subtle depression can just as well make you lose your job and your life.

Whether it's outwardly blatant or inwardly depressing, you lose everything like Steve Sailer.

Teen Calls Job 'Boring' on Facebook, Gets Fired
Kimberley Swann made the comment about Ivell Marketing and Logistics Limited in Clacton, Essex, England where she had begun working as an administrator.

She claims she did not name the company online and was happy in the job.

The 16-year-old was fired with "immediate effect" after posting the negative comment on the social networking site.

"They were just being nosey, going through everything. I think it is really sad, it makes them look stupid that they are going to be so petty," she said.

Boss Steve Ivell told Sky News Online Swann posted comments about her job and invited other staff members to read them.

"Had Miss Swann put up a poster on the staff noticeboard making the same comments and invited other staff to read it there would have been the same result," he explained.

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Obama chooses ethics over AIG bonus fraud

It's a Republicans' dream come true. Run a multi-million dollar corporation based on fraud, corruption, and incompetence. When the company collapses and the customers and shareholders are screwed, receive multi-million dollar taxpayer money and reward the fraudulent management with multi-million dollar bonuses.

Too bad Bush and the Republicans aren't in power to carry out their dream plan.

Obama tries to stop AIG bonuses: 'How do they justify this outrage?'
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Obama said Monday he will attempt to block bonuses to executives at ailing insurance giant AIG, payments he described as an "outrage."

"This is a corporation that finds itself in financial distress due to recklessness and greed," Obama told politicians and reporters in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, where he and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner were unveiling a package to aid the nation's small businesses.

The president expressed dismay and anger over the bonuses to executives at AIG, which has received $173 billion in U.S. government bailouts over the past six months.

"Under these circumstances, it's hard to understand how derivative traders at AIG warranted any bonuses, much less $165 million in extra pay. I mean, how do they justify this outrage to the taxpayers who are keeping the company afloat?"

Obama was referring to the bonuses paid to traders in AIG's financial products division, the tiny group of people who crafted complicated deals that wound up shaking the world's economic foundations.

The president said he has asked Geithner to "pursue every single legal avenue to block these bonuses and make the American taxpayers whole."

Obama spared AIG's new CEO, Edward Liddy, from criticism, saying he got the job "after the contracts that led to these bonuses were agreed to last year."

But he said the impropriety of the bonuses goes beyond economics. "It's about our fundamental values," he said.

"All across the country, there are people who are working hard and meeting their responsibilities every single day, without the benefit of government bailouts or multimillion-dollar bonuses. You've got a bunch of small-business people here who are struggling just to keep their credit line open," Obama said.


Saturday, March 14, 2009

Olbermann mocks Coulter's falling book sales

The Raw Story covers Ann Coulter's falling book sales, career, and life. They also link to this series article from this blogsite on Ann Coulter's plagiarism.

Come on, did you really think Ann Coulter had any intelligence and ethics whatsoever to write a book that is even 10 percent reputable?

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston split

Some interesting news from the right-wing camp from Alaska. Bristol Palin is the daughter of vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin who got pregnant at age 17 and caused embarrassment to the McCain-Palin ticket. The party of social conservatism, sexual abstinence, and family values face another blow.

Now Bristol Palin and Levi Johnson have split their relationship.

Report: Bristol Palin and fiancé split

And to those who say the media is too intrusive on a teenage white girl or boy, keep this in mind when the media covers a Black or Hispanic teenage girl who got pregnant. From Tim Wise's article, White Privilege, White Entitlement and the 2008 Election
White privilege is when you can get pregnant at seventeen like Bristol Palin and everyone is quick to insist that your life and that of your family is a personal matter, and that no one has a right to judge you or your parents, because "every family has challenges," even as black and Latino families with similar "challenges" are regularly typified as irresponsible, pathological and arbiters of social decay.

White privilege is when you can call yourself a "fuckin’ redneck," like Bristol Palin’s boyfriend does, and talk about how if anyone messes with you, you'll "kick their fuckin' ass," and talk about how you like to "shoot shit" for fun, and still be viewed as a responsible, all-American boy (and a great son-in-law to be) rather than a thug.

Bloodbath from killers: 11 dead in Alabama, 17 dead in Germany

The Sailer-type white males have struck again, and again, and again, and will continue again and again. It's getting depressing and redundant reporting these brutal murders, but as long as media hatemongers like Steve Sailer, Rush Limbaugh, Pat Buchanan, and more prey on their target audience of depressed and eccentric white males, the bloodbath will only continue.

These death tolls are as of this writing, but can easily grow.

1) Michael McLendon murders 10 in Alabama before killing himself

Michael McLendon, 28, was a total recluse from society and garnished a hit list out of pure hatred for the world, just as the world hated him. He also suffered from financial difficulties and just had no reason to live. Hey, if you're going down, might as well take as many down with you to hell as you can.

2) Tim Kretschmer shoots school in Germany, 17 dead so far

Tim Kretschmer, 17, shoots up a school and so far 17 are dead including himself. The gunman seemed to be targeting women. Not much surprise here as the Sailer-type white male always was rejected and hated by women, starting from their childhood years of always being rejected by girls. He was a teenager and didn't reach his adult years, but it would be the same fate anyway. Continued rejection by women in his young adult years. His hatred toward women would continue to grow as he would get married to an ugly wife like Steve Sailer, stuck in a miserable marriage and life, and often ending in bitter divorce.

Either way, this was his inevitable fate of misery and emptiness and it was better for him to end his life earlier, but a shame so many innocents had to die. This is what you get when you let the bitter Sailer-type white males in your society and community.

Bernie Madoff facing 150 years in prison

Even with a lenient plea bargin, Bernie Madoff is ready to face a minimum of 150 years in prison for pulling and collapsing the largest Ponzi scheme in financial history.

Victims see little justice in Madoff guilty plea

Wealth is never what it seems like when you follow the fraudulent and empty fools gold of the likes of liars and bluffers like Steve Sailer.

Happy and successful families can be very deceptive
Financial crisis has claimed victims by murder and suicide
The ultimate price of debt: Murder and Suicide
Debt is beyond death do us part
Forensic Files profile: Craig Rabinowitz
Post Thanksgiving model family

Thursday, March 05, 2009

For GOP (and Steve Sailer): All Pain, No Gain

Being stuck in suicidal, dangerous, dead-end positions when you follow the Republicans, right-wing fascists and hatemongers, and the likes of Steve Sailer.

Does this news surprise anyone anymore?

For GOP: all pain, no gain

Four months after John McCain’s sweeping defeat, senior Republicans are coming to grips with the fact that the party is still – in stock market terms – looking for the bottom.

Republicans this week are processing two sobering new polls that found the party’s support reduced to a slim one-quarter of Americans. In the absence of a popular elected leader, its most visible figure is a polarizing radio host. Its strategic powerhouse is a still-divisive former House speaker forced from power 15 years ago.

And its hopes of demonstrating swift and visible change by pushing people of color to the fore have been dented by the stumbles of the party’s two most prominent non-white leaders, national Chairman Michael Steele and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that many prominent Republicans are forecasting a long winter.

“You think you hit bottom, and it can always go lower,” said Republican pollster Whit Ayres, who said his party’s best hope is that President Barack Obama overreaches. “The Republicans just entered the wilderness – we’re going to wander around there for a little while before coming back stronger than ever.

“I have no idea where the bottom is just like I have no idea where the bottom is on the stock market,” he said.

“It probably gets worse before it gets better, though I’m not sure how much worse it could get,” said Tom Rath, a New Hampshire Republican leader and former state attorney general. “The first chance at redemption is 18, 19 months away, and we’re going to have to gut it out here for a while.”

Another party wise man, Fred Malek, told POLITICO the party now sits at its “nadir” – though he, like others, said its best hope is to wait for the economy to tarnish Obama.

“Our leaders’ arguments are falling on deaf ears today, but they are sound. It’s just a matter of time before this becomes Obama’s recession,” he said.

The gap in trust and popularity is mirrored, prominent Republicans fret, by a vast gap between the parties’ infrastructure. Republicans also fear that they are outmatched by a Democratic publicity and fundraising machine honed in opposition, and on display this week in a successful effort to associate the GOP with radio host Rush Limbaugh. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is trying to fashion a role as the intellectual driving force of the GOP-in-exile, but he hasn’t held office since the 1990s.

Add in a politically popular and groundbreaking Democratic president in Obama, and even the Republicans’ most practiced brawlers feel the party is flat-footed.

“The Left has put together the most powerful political coalition I’ve ever witnessed,” said former House majority leader Tom DeLay, whose 1994 GOP coalition once might have vied for that honor. “Obama improved upon it in the presidential campaign, but the Republicans are still in denial.”

Added John Weaver, a former McCain aide: “We’re working damn hard to see how fast we can hit rock bottom – we’re allowing the Democrats to completely not only set the national agenda but also set our internal agenda.”

Meanwhile the party’s governors, typically a source of strength for an out-of-power party, are largely overshadowed by Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. They’re keeping their focus local and bracing for the storm.

“It’s just a matter of enduring the early days of transformation – it’s never going to be pretty and it’s never going to be fun to watch it play out beyond a pure entertainment level,” Utah’s Jon Huntsman told POLITICO. “We haven’t had a healthy, rigorous discussion about our future in many years, and meanwhile the world has changed. Unless we want to be consigned to minority-party status for a long time, we need to recognize these tectonic shifts happening under our feet.”

Some of the GOP dissatisfaction has focused on new chairman Michael Steele, who has delivered a string of gaffes on television, while not putting much infrastructure in place at the party’s headquarters. Steele criticized Limbaugh as being merely an “entertainer” who makes “ugly” remarks – then said he was sorry two days later.

“He’s like Howard Dean, cubed,” griped one former party official. “People are kind of waiting to be led, and he’s just leading himself into green rooms.”