More officers arrived and surrounded the cabin, and more gunfire was exchanged. Mr. Dorner fired out a window of the cabin before trying to flee from the rear, throwing a smoke bomb to hide his escape, but police gunfire drove him back inside, The Los Angeles Times reported. The newspaper also reported that deputies used smoke bombs to cover their evacuation of the fallen deputies.
I think you need to make clear what "pushed him" back inside.
I can only theorize as much as you can.
I have a massive distrust of cops and the corporate media, so take my opinion as something besides "insane"
I wasn't theorizing. You quoted a context free screen cap from a corporate media outlet and extrapolated wildly. I posted a somewhat more detail account of the same facts from a more reliable corporate media outlet with almost no comment.
All I'm gonna say is: The whole being shot and pushed back inside extrapolation - it's one interpretation I saw on Facebook. I can't say for certain that's what happened, or that's what I really believe happened. It's plausible, but I don't know. I don't know what happened, I wasn't there. And we won't ever really know for sure. Whatever did actually happen, nothing would surprise me.
But yeah, just question all authority. It makes life more interesting.
Post by abrakapokus on Feb 13, 2013 23:12:13 GMT -5
Instead of deleting people from fbook and then getting PMs later asking me WHYYYYYY?? I hid the post of all the people who annoy me. Fbook as since taken me 1/4 of the time and I'm much less pissed off.
Hmm, I can finish season 1 of The Wire tonight, but I would also lose out on an hour of sleep. This decision is harder than it should be.
I started The Wire last week and there as been so many people in my house (snowed in parties+ a third roommate moved in temporarily), I've been puppysitting, and working overtime... it all as severely cut into my "me" time. My viewing has gone much slower than it should
See that guy with the glasses upfront, at the northwest quadrant of his head is the eye and forehead of my friend Jenny. I was right behind her! WOOOOOO!!! What a show. So happy it was documented by SPIN.
There is a time to hit "Reply" and a time to hit "Reply to All". Please learn the difference.
! YESSSSSSSSSSS!! This is one of my biggest pet peeves. And it happens allll the time. It's within the nature of my office (especially this time of year) to send out an email looking for a specific applicant's folder. At least 3-4 of these go out a day. 3 or 4 people ALWAYS reply all saying, "Not me!" I didn't send the email, I don't care if you don't have it! Grr
Post by Roo'adelphia on Feb 14, 2013 10:59:51 GMT -5
So one more RooClue. Overall it wasnt better or worse then previous years. Im hoping Weird Al at least mentions what clue corresponds to what artist but who knows. The previous clue was a doozy with its stones reference the last one released today should at least have the potential for a few hours worth of conversation/speculation hopefully.
Post by ziggyandthemonkeys on Feb 15, 2013 1:55:11 GMT -5
And now for something more offensive than anything chris dorner related. I thought Justin Bieber's snl songs were pretty decent. I hope Bieber turns into an artist like Drake who I can enjoy, because he doesn't pretend like he's a g. Wheelchair Jimmy, go back to Degrassi! Aubrey.
Post by A$AP Rosko on Feb 15, 2013 12:41:38 GMT -5
The local music festival here in Raleigh, Hopscotch, has a tendency of booking pretentious sh*t and my friend and I like to poke fun at our friend Grayson when he books CHALLENGING stuff like that. In keeping with that, they announced today as their first artist former Velvet Underground member/avant-garde composer John Cale, and my friend and I came up with some theoretical ideas/titles for Cale's composition at Hopscotch. I had to share them with you guys because some of them are hilarious (note that it's all very tongue-in-cheek, we aren't really making fun of Cale/Hopscotch):
Me: "Wonder if Cale will play any sweet VU cuts like "Sweet Jane" and "Sunday Morning." JK, he will be too busy challenging people with violin compositions in one key that are really about the fall of man." Friend: "Meditations on a Gong, 45-minute deep drones" Me: "Paradise Lost approximated on a Triangle in the key of D-minor" Friend: "A Musing on Infinite Jest prepared on Djembe Drums for the 21st Century" Me: "John Cale Masturbates into a Tenor Saxophone: The Real Untold Story of Rasputin the Mystic (his masturbation technique is so inventive)"