Monday, December 05, 2011

'Dead Man' Walkin' -- Walkin Out of Prison Boss.

Cleamon “Big Evil” Johnson, Saga

Filthy Big Evil Johmson
Cleamon “Big Evil” Johnson led the 89 Family Bloods during the 1980s and early 1990s. Authorities allege the 80 members of Johnson’s gang were responsible for more than 60 slayings on their turf, which stretched for a quarter of a square mile in the heart of South-Central Los Angeles.

Johnson was convicted in 1997, along with Michael “Fat Rat” Allen, of murdering two rival gang members six years earlier. Prosecutors allege that Johnson ordered Allen to kill the rivals with an Uzi.

Today Allen’s conviction and death sentence were overturned by  the California Supremje Court.  He's a free thug.  .

A unanimous high court found that the judge presiding over the 1997 murder trial erred in removing a juror accused of deciding the case before deliberations. The juror denied making up his mind before deliberations began, and the Supreme Court said it appeared he was a responsible juror.

There has to be more than is reported here.  My guess is "Big Evil's"  cousin was on the jury,  and bragged that  B.E. would never be convivted,.  After complaints by the juty foreman, he was removed. 

And, the sumbitch, this sumbitch, ought to have been  in the ground for  a dozen years by now.  But this is San Francisco, and The U.S. is not.  Wait until I'm in charge,

Sando's Candy Store

Torte Reform


Torte Reform Even Jerrold Nadler Will Support

Torte Reform

a crone babbles on ...

Pelosi plans to reveal information about Gingrich 'when the time is right'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is holding back some information on Republican Newt Gingrich that could detract from his presidential campaign, according to a report published Monday.
“One of these days we’ll have a conversation about Newt Gingrich,”
Pelosi told
Talking Points Memo. “When the time is right. … I know a lot about him. I served on the investigative committee that investigated him, four of us locked in a room in an undisclosed location for a year. A thousand pages of his stuff.”


Of course she does, but I smell desperation from this washed-up crone.  The"right time" to release damaging information about  Republicans  is after the nomination is secured; and the information doesn't have to be accurate, only juicy enough to sell to the proletariat. I am surprised that congressional democrats had a " committee to investigate"  Newt.  And, surised that that there can now  be anything left to throw at him  after those 1995 to 1999 temper tantrums (when he was Speaker). At this point, I don't think Pelosi, now the most despised women in America, even by democrats, could say anything we'd care about. (Unless it's that he goes to bed with a stuffed FDR doll?)

The gathering storm ...

    The gathering storm

I'll describe Patrick Condell as the equivalent  to, oh, I dunno, say TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart.  Condell preaches the atheist religion with the same ardor as Swaggert does faith healing.  That aside, if you close your eyes and pretend Condell is a Boston Irishman talking about North Almeria,  he  will properly resonate.

 (Hint: after six minutes it turns into something of a redundant babble, but he is on point.  IMO.)

Can We Talk?

Can We Talk ...?

Can We Talk

STFU Your Lordship

Lords Harumph              

Who will tell us how to pick a candidate next? 

"In his regular appearance on ABC's 'This Week,' Washington Post columnist George Will discussed the fate of former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, saying that Cain's departure and Donald Trump's relevance raise a larger issue pertaining to how to prevent the debate process from being 'hijacked.'

'I think there's an interesting contrast between Santorum's fate and Cain's fate,' Will said. 'We want a process that allows a dark horse like Santorum — someone who has been seriously engaged in national politics — to gain traction, if he has time. Hence, a small state like Iowa should lead this process. I think, however, … both parties have to do some serious thought as whether they can develop some filter to prevent this process — particularly with mad proliferation of debates — from being hijacked by charlatans, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial charlatans.'

Will pointed at Cain, who he said had a 'fundamentally disrespectful approach' to campaigns and said he was worried that with real estate mogul Donald Trump's proposed splash into the debate process, it will be tainted." [DC Article]

I own as many books written by George Will as by Ann Coulter - which means more than a few.  Which means I like(d) George Will a lot.  But George Will has been a pillar of Washington's talking head establishment so long that cultural rot has set in.  Once, Will's favorite president was Calvin Coolidge.  My guess is that he would today join Newt in pressing for an FDR face on Mount Rushmore. Anyway, STFU. .

Cultural Outrage

Cultural Outrage    
Making a Mockery of, and Disrespecting the "Three-Way"

Mocking the 3-way


Gummint Unhinged



A lot covered here.  I walk away despising Bloomberg more badder.

Christmas is hard work ...

Confession of a Decorating Slackard

Their Job

My JOB - The Christmas Village

In my defense, I had 3 basketball games and two football games to attend to.  And empty the dishwasher.  And feed the dog.