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Ooooh The Weather Outside is Weather. – Paul Rudd/Surf Instructor Kunu Voice

 

Peak Florida weather pattern. Honestly it boggles my mind how scientist aren’t on the rooftops of every Florida home. Not to tell me the weather or anything, I know its gonna rain and be hot as balls, but just the sheer science of it has to drive weather meteorologist nerds crazy. Like in movies when a scientist finds life on mars or something. They get all giddy and willing to risk all life on earth just to explore and learn more about aliens that can wage war on us and kill us all. Well that’s the weather here in Florida. It can certainly kill us all by drowning us to our graves, but scientist should come to study the science of how the weather becomes peak Florida by raining cats and dogs to perfectly Sunny one inch away. There has to be some sort of name for that anomaly. Like how New Yorkers have the Manhattenhenge when the sunset is perfectly aligned with a Manhattan street so that people can take pictures and post on instagram. Well there has to be some sort of Florida pop-culture version name for when the weather is split perfectly rain storm on one half of an Ihop in a run down strip mall next to a Hertz Rent-a- Car and a Pawn Shop, and perfectly sunny on the other half of said Ihop. Perfect for Floridians to upload on Facebook. Not instagram. Facebook.

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Teen Gets Arrested For Impersonating A Cop At A Hooters. Cops Find Knives, Lighter Fluid, Zip Ties And Names Circled On An Employee List

SAGINAW, MI — An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers. Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime. Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township. Fuhst's plea agreement calls for Borchard to sentence Fuhst within his state sentencing guidelines, which either will be scored at zero months to 13 months or zero months to 25 months. Borchard then will set a maximum sentence. Fuhst's third-time habitual offender status will double the maximum possible penalty to eight years in prison. Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said. "He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook," Boyd said. At Fuhst's May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list. "I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind," Albosta said. In addition to the impersonation charge, Fuhst pleaded to a misdemeanor count of disturbing workers, which carries a 90-day maximum penalty. At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000. Fuhst on Thursday also pleaded no contest to violating his probation by absconding and by committing the crimes at Hooters. He also could receive a prison sentence for the probation violation.

SAGINAW, MI — An 18-year-old could serve prison time for impersonating a police officer in an attempt to become Facebook friends with Hooters workers.
Nicholas M. Fuhst appeared before Chief Circuit Judge Fred L. Borchard on Thursday, July 28, and pleaded no contest to a felony charge of impersonating a peace officer to commit a crime.
Fuhst pleaded to that charge, which carries a maximum penalty of four years in prison, for a May 12 incident at the Hooters restaurant at 5538 Bay in Kochville Township.
Fuhst’s plea agreement calls for Borchard to sentence Fuhst within his state sentencing guidelines, which either will be scored at zero months to 13 months or zero months to 25 months.
Borchard then will set a maximum sentence. Fuhst’s third-time habitual offender status will double the maximum possible penalty to eight years in prison.
Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd has said Fuhst, who last lived in Vanderbilt in Otsego County, represented himself as an undercover police officer and obtained a list of employees at the restaurant. After reviewing the list, Fuhst asked for more detailed information about some of the workers, Boyd said.
“He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook,” Boyd said.
At Fuhst’s May 19 arraignment on a probation violation charge, Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said that when police arrested Fuhst, they found three knives, lighter fluid, zip ties and observed several names circled on the employee list.
“I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind,” Albosta said.
In addition to the impersonation charge, Fuhst pleaded to a misdemeanor count of disturbing workers, which carries a 90-day maximum penalty.
At the time of the Hooters incident, Michigan Department of Corrections records listed Fuhst as an absconder from probation. He was serving two years of probation for unrelated crimes of arson of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 and malicious destruction of personal property worth more than $1,000 but less than $20,000.
Fuhst on Thursday also pleaded no contest to violating his probation by absconding and by committing the crimes at Hooters. He also could receive a prison sentence for the probation violation.

Do you think guys like these ever wake up in the morning and look them selves in the mirror and say “hey I’m a psychopath”? No? Not even when they’re half way impersonating an undercover police officer to a bunch of waitresses at the local Hooters just so he can add them on Facebook? Half way through telling the ladies about his fake case that he’s under cover for he has to realize like “hey this might be the craziest thing in the world.” And not for nothing, but I’m not quite sure this guy knows how friends work. Sure talking and getting to know another person is a huge part of it. He might’ve made a friend here or there just by talking but you see a big part of maintaining that friendship is making sure you don’t ward them off by possibly murdering them via zip tying them down and dosing their stabbed body in lighter fluid. Oh and having them on a kill list probably isn’t the best either and whether you realize it or not, if you make a list with people’s name on it, it will always be a kill list. Also love the little tidbit casually thrown in on the end that he was out on probation for arson for damages up to but under $20,000 dollars. Probably should’ve kept him locked up from that point on, so to this psychopaths benefit, I’ll put that on the justice system.

What are the chances you think he had the red lipstick ready to smear on his lips after the Facebook friend request was accepted?

Has Anyone Ever Gotten Their Dog Blessed?

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So I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and out of no where this kinda caught my eye. Is this a thing that white people do? get their dogs blessed? I’m not a really religious folk by any stretch of the imagination. I think the same year I technically got baptized to be a Buddhist I also went to church for the first time on Christmas with friends and then a few months after I think I masturbated for the first time so, religion didn’t quite stick with me as you can see. But this Saturday is my dogs birth day. Dudes turning like 7 so that’s like 49 in human years.  I know for me, I definitely don’t want to get hexed and I certainly won’t mind being blessed if I didn’t have to go out of my way to get blessed. I don’t know, dudes 7/49, I was thinking a nice little outing in the morning running and playing around outside, sneak in a quick afternoon blessing of St. Francis of Assisi, and eat like a steak for dinner. I feel like that’s a decent birthday for a dog at least.

Suprise Suprise, Couple Who Quit Their Job To Travel Like Assholes Are Poor And Scrubbing Toilets

AOL- We've all lived vicariously through those wanderlust-stricken travel enthusiasts who quit their jobs to travel the world. While we may not be as brave and adventurous as these people are, we enjoy checking out their Instagram and Facebook pics displaying their breath-taking views and amazing experiences. However, one couple wants their followers to know that although their social media handles make their lives seem like fairy tales, the pictures don't show the full reality of the situation. After quitting their jobs to travel the world, this couple went broke and now cleans toilets to survive. Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger of South Africa quit their stable advertising jobs earlier this year to see how far they could travel. They're journaling their travels on a blog called "How Far From Home." They've posted pictures of beautiful pictures all over the world, making us think that their life together is one big dream. However, not everything is as it seems. When the couple isn't exploring new areas and doing yoga on destination beaches, they're scrubbing out toilets and doing anything they can to scrounge up a bit of cash. In a post on their blog, Cartell wrote that the couple's social media posts don't tell the whole story of their journey. She wrote:     "Browsing through our blog posts and Instagram feed, it seems like we're having the time of our lives. And don't get me wrong – we are. It's bloody amazing. But it's not all ice-creams in the sun and pretty landscapes." Cartell went on to write that when the love-birds aren't admiring pretty landscapes or indulging in foreign eats, they're undertaking difficult and dirty work. She wrote:     "So far, I think we've tallied 135 toilets scrubbed, 250 kilos of cow dung spread, 2 tons of rocks shovelled, 60 metres of pathway laid, 57 beds made, and I cannot even remember how many wine glasses we've polished. You see, to come from the luxuries we left behind in Johannesburg, to the brutal truth of volunteer work, we are now on the opposite end of the scale. We're toilet cleaners, dog poop scoopers, grocery store merchandisers, and rock shovelers." In addition, the couple expressed that their travels are taking a physical toll on them. They don't sleep much and their muscles are exhausted from lugging their bags from place to place. We never consider the difficulty of traveling with baggage when fantasizing about a life of travels. Cartell wrote:     "I am not at my fittest, slimmest or physically healthiest. We eat jam on crackers most days, get roughly 5hrs of sleep per night, and lug our extremely heavy bags through cobbled streets at 1am, trying to find our accommodation (because bus fares are not part of the budget, obviously)." Despite the hardships, the couple wouldn't trade their travel experiences for anything in the world. Cartell wrote:     "There's nothing quite like swopping million-rand advertising budgets for toilet scrubbing to teach you about humility, life, and the importance of living each day as if it were your last."

AOL- We’ve all lived vicariously through those wanderlust-stricken travel enthusiasts who quit their jobs to travel the world. While we may not be as brave and adventurous as these people are, we enjoy checking out their Instagram and Facebook pics displaying their breath-taking views and amazing experiences.
However, one couple wants their followers to know that although their social media handles make their lives seem like fairy tales, the pictures don’t show the full reality of the situation. After quitting their jobs to travel the world, this couple went broke and now cleans toilets to survive.
Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger of South Africa quit their stable advertising jobs earlier this year to see how far they could travel. They’re journaling their travels on a blog called “How Far From Home.” They’ve posted pictures of beautiful pictures all over the world, making us think that their life together is one big dream.
However, not everything is as it seems. When the couple isn’t exploring new areas and doing yoga on destination beaches, they’re scrubbing out toilets and doing anything they can to scrounge up a bit of cash.
In a post on their blog, Cartell wrote that the couple’s social media posts don’t tell the whole story of their journey. She wrote:
“Browsing through our blog posts and Instagram feed, it seems like we’re having the time of our lives. And don’t get me wrong – we are. It’s bloody amazing. But it’s not all ice-creams in the sun and pretty landscapes.”
Cartell went on to write that when the love-birds aren’t admiring pretty landscapes or indulging in foreign eats, they’re undertaking difficult and dirty work. She wrote:
So far, I think we’ve tallied 135 toilets scrubbed, 250 kilos of cow dung spread, 2 tons of rocks shovelled, 60 metres of pathway laid, 57 beds made, and I cannot even remember how many wine glasses we’ve polished. You see, to come from the luxuries we left behind in Johannesburg, to the brutal truth of volunteer work, we are now on the opposite end of the scale. We’re toilet cleaners, dog poop scoopers, grocery store merchandisers, and rock shovelers.”
In addition, the couple expressed that their travels are taking a physical toll on them. They don’t sleep much and their muscles are exhausted from lugging their bags from place to place. We never consider the difficulty of traveling with baggage when fantasizing about a life of travels. Cartell wrote:
“I am not at my fittest, slimmest or physically healthiest. We eat jam on crackers most days, get roughly 5hrs of sleep per night, and lug our extremely heavy bags through cobbled streets at 1am, trying to find our accommodation (because bus fares are not part of the budget, obviously).”
Despite the hardships, the couple wouldn’t trade their travel experiences for anything in the world. Cartell wrote:
“There’s nothing quite like swopping million-rand advertising budgets for toilet scrubbing to teach you about humility, life, and the importance of living each day as if it were your last.”

Oh really? A couple quite their secure jobs to travel and do nothing but spend money are now poor as fuck? No Way! What the fuck did this couple think was gonna happen? When has anyone ever gone on vacation and made money? Did these people think that was gonna happen? If i was their boss or co worker i would Tweet them photos of my pay check bi weekly, DM them photos of me eating a normal dinner and text them photos of me at night sleeping in the comfort of my bed. Why? Because these are the type of assholes that want to rub it in your face that they’re on vacation while you’re working your normal 9 to 5 but when you pull the curtain back its actually them scrubbing filthy toilets and moving cow shit just to survive. I mean crackers and jam? I think homeless people have better meals than that in food shelters. Honestly whats the point of traveling and enjoying the word when you’re sleep deprived, malnourished, and tired from lugging your luggage from country to country and living like a poor person. The grand kicker is, their boss or CEO at whatever job they were at can probably do this every few months. Just vacation for two weeks straight, do all that these assholes do except with the luxury of a credit card with way more funds. But nooooo these people just HAD to be against the grain and give up everything. Fucking Idiots!

P.s- They’ve been only doing this since March. 7 Months and already complaining about no cash and exhaustion. By next year they’re gonna be begging for their job back or prostituting their way around the world just to live.