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February 20, 2015

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narciso

what is infinity for a 1.000,

so they have deigned to include the ignition switch in the warranty, but I'm feeling like the vicar in the Python sketch

Old Lurker

Porch, your 4:20 link is wonderful, thanks.

narciso

you're shocked I'm sure:

http://freebeacon.com/blog/media-coverage-of-rudy-giuliani-comments-dwarfs-coverage-of-clinton-foundation-foreign-donors/

henry

rse, my employees would not like forced predictable schedules, they have lives outside of the office and appreciate as much flex time as possible.

Captain Hate

have you ever seen an effective application of operation, ie; scheduling

Sure; the places I worked all scheduled their jobs reasonably intelligently, if that's what you're asking. They scheduled them for off hours when nobody *should* be updating anything and locking any other entity out of a row of data. That doesn't mean that jobs will always run correctly, though, no matter what these sooper jeanyusses who want a stable work week believe.

Some Guy

Porch,

Thanks for that link, really enjoyed it. Last summer in the UK, a pair of Spitfires did a very low altitude flyover, and the sound alone was magnificent, but they are beautiful planes in flight.

Miss Marple

narciso,

I have hit every poll on Guiliani when it pops up on my Twitter today.

Even in a New Jersey paper's article almost 60% agreed with Rudy.

The press must be gnashing their teeth. LOL!

Old Lurker

I'm sure the workers in the old Soviet Union factories appreciated their predictable work schedules.

NKvirusedandback

Some Guy-- that's the sound of the mighty V-12 Rolls Royce Merlin engine. Same powerplant as the P-51D Mustang.

narciso

I know you are shocked:

http://twitchy.com/2015/02/20/arrest-made-in-naacp-bombing-case-tax-prep-company-targeted/

Old Lurker

I think that RR engine is on display at the A&S museum at Dulles Airport.

Buckeye

Porchlight

That was a GREAT video.

Of course it ends with Lt. Col. Blythe saying that the Spitfire was a beautiful flying plane and any pilot should fly one if you get the chance.

I think that would cost me considerably more than the attorney fees I racked up at JOM this afternoon!

Thanks for the link.

Some Guy

Some Guy-- that's the sound of the mighty V-12 Rolls Royce Merlin engine.

Oh I know! Once saw one fired up on a bench stand that was going back into a P-51.

rich@gmu

>>>Wonder how they are going to electronically monitor our TV watching habits? Everyone required to wear an ankle bracelet?

And we used to laugh about "big brother"

Posted by: Buckeye | February 20, 2015 at 11:56 AM<<<

Advertisers and content producers already can via the set top box of your tv. It was supposedly one of the secret weapons the O campaign used in targeting their ads during the campaign.

Eric in Boise

More Merlin V12 Porn. Turn it up!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNXGDi79aPw

MarkO

There are only 3 people who have blocked me on Twitter. Fournier, Tapper and The Anchoress, to whom I have never directed any Tweet nor have I followed.

The first two because I dared to suggest their Tweets were lacking facts and logic, the other, I guess, because I'm not Catholic. (joking)

NKvirusedandback

Eric-- I hate to admit this, but I've actually watched/listened to V-12 Merlin videos like that.

Question: can you tell the difference between Spitfire Merlin v. P-51D Merlin sound in flight. I really believe I can (even though I probably can't)

GUS

If the NON-NAACP bomber turns out to be a Christian......

Extraneus

I think I was the only person on the planet not to watch the Miracle on Ice.

Problem with the Organizing Committee, Captain?

[Kidding!]

Extraneus

Fornier should henceforth be referred to as Captain Integrity.

narciso

it's more l5ike that stingray like creature on Deneb 5:

http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2015/02/20/worlds-smallest-violin-plays-for-obamacare/

lyle

Fornier should henceforth be referred to as Captain Integrity.

Sure. Why not? It's not like the JOM argot is in any risk of getting less so.

narciso

the lesson is missed, including by the owner

http://babalublog.com/2015/02/19/nancy-pelosi-co-party-in-casstros-apartheid-cuba-like-its-1959/

GUS

Where does Fournier derive his expertise and celebrity from?? He is a bald Howie Kurtz as far as I am concerned. 5 minutes on a bar stool next to any of these fukwads would be all it took for me to intellectually, factually and logically evicerate them. Fournier is a libtard plain and simple. Remember Obama saying George Bush was non-patriotic for the debt he incurred. It's like the pot calling the kettle African-American.

Buckeye

One of my close friends who is into Motorsports says "if it doesn't burn gasoline and make noise, I'm just not interested"

Listening to the Merlin, you know why.

narciso

btw, Corey Robin, snorfle:

GUS

or eviscerate!

Extraneus

For anyone who didn't read the Captain Integrity link:

http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/02/20/patriotism-giuliani-and-ron-fourniers-credibility-problem/

narciso

he's long since removed all doubt:

http://therightscoop.com/democrat-tweets-his-stupid-all-over-twitter-in-attack-on-giuliani/

Threadkiller

The Rolls-Royce Merlin inside the consert hall:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u84ZpEQXcEM

Thanks for you link, porch!
Time to look up some old thunderboat videos.

Threadkiller

Concert

Porchlight

Glad you guys liked the film. I thought it was terrific. What a great guy.

Linking again so folks don't have to scroll back:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie3SrjLlcUY

Porchlight
I have hit every poll on Guiliani when it pops up on my Twitter today.

Even in a New Jersey paper's article almost 60% agreed with Rudy.

The press must be gnashing their teeth. LOL!

Link 'em here if you find 'em, MM!

lyle

Taranto brings up a good question now that some of King Hussein's courtiers (in this case, Vox) are suggesting the King's rhetoric on terrorism and Islam are allowing lesser pundits to claim the high ground:

It would be fascinating to see Obama try to follow Fisher’s advice. What’s he going to do, issue a correction? It has come to my attention that the Islamic State actually is Islamic. I regret the error.

As if. Taranto's next sentence:

Obama seldom acknowledges mistakes, and he seems quite dug in with this one.

"Seldom"? Really? When has this puffed up peacock ever acknowledged any mistakes?

Jack is Back!

OL has a time machine. Who knew!

Porch, your 4:20 link is wonderful, thanks.

Posted by: Old Lurker | February 20, 2015 at 04:19 PM


exdemocrat

many thanks for that link, Porch; watching it reminded me a littl of the final episode of Band of Brothers. What a great man.

Old Lurker

Porch, it was like watching our own WWII Dads and uncles and their friends, with their quiet understatement and confidence. Then to see him as a youngster and see how matter of factly he went about his mission. No guns. No cover. No doubt that he would do was needed...then to go over Berlin twice because he wasn't sure one camera was working, but he had a job to do.

And he was just one of so so many.

I'm not sorry they are mostly dead now so they don't have to see the mess we have made with our turn at the wheel.

Old Lurker

JiB, JiB, Jib you are such an eagle eye.

rich@gmu

rse-

looks like a union payoff and a brush back of just-in-time scheduling (which sucks if you get stuck in a job like that) ...

here is something about it

http://www.nbcnews.com/feature/in-plain-sight/shift-change-just-time-scheduling-creates-chaos-workers-n95881

>>>Clark is part of a growing segment of the American workforce whose schedules aren’t designed by people but by sophisticated scheduling software programs. It used to be that retail and hospitality workers were scheduled for standard shifts whether business was busy or slow. Now these jobs have become increasingly tied to fluctuations in customer traffic. Using “workforce optimization systems” managers can ensure that stores have exactly the right number of workers, not only by the day, but by the hour.<<<

narciso

yes, I'll believe that when I see it:

https://twitter.com/iowahawkblog/status/568510079504228352

rich@gmu

the firm I used to work at eliminated shifts and put everyone on a rotating schedule (under the theory it would save money by not paying out shift differential). One guy, not used to working the small hours of the morning, was on his way home and fell asleep, and hit a tree. Spent a few weeks in the hospital.

Old Lurker

Isn't it time for Hit to show us side by side photos of the NYT ISIS guy TM posted and his finger, and the same shot of Obama doing the same this week? Come on Hit, get crackin.

Jack is Back!

Porch,

Saw that a few months/weeks back on our Vet email dump. We have done something similar to our WW2 guys at our Vet Muster every year, Unfortunately, I think I have run out of them for this year. Sad.

We still have two (already honored) still vertical. One plays golf, all 18 holes, every day, at 93. The other guy, a survivor of the Bonzai charge at Adak plays Bocce everyday. Use to play golf every day but needs to wind it down some.

Porchlight

OL, yes, exactly. Those WWII guys, you can barely get them to tell stories at all, let alone with any bragging involved. My great-uncle has told a few but only reluctantly.

They had a job to do and they did it. God bless 'em.

Threadkiller

OL, didn't Sandy do that on the last page?

Old Lurker

Why yes, so he did TK. I was caught in my time machine and went by it at warp speed I guess!

Sorry, Sandy.

Threadkiller

Just blame typepad, OL.

lyle

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/20/opinion/the-plot-to-kill-health-care.html?_r=1

Curiosity got the best of me and I hit this link from PJM. The op-ed was all I expected; note the persistent lie: health insurance is casually morphed into health care. The comments are so ridiculous it confirms my opinion of NYT readers.

Jack is Back!

OL,

Different finger. Its actually the right finger. Obama was right and the other wannabe was wrong to use the left finger.

I go with Dr. Jack Wheeler's theory on him. He is sympthetic due to his upbringing and history of Ayers, Wright and formerly Marshall.

Old Lurker

Porch, I found it touching how embarrassed he was to be seen with the cigarette in his mouth, almost like his mother would catch him. Again; character and values are timeless.

Captain Hate

he's long since removed all doubt

The donks and MFM continue to treat 404 like a retarded child which, as time goes on, looks more and more appropriate.

rich@gmu

that is what I though too ... wagging the index finger.

good grief.

Posted by: lyle | February 20, 2015 at 04:55 PM -

in re: Obama not mentioning Islamic terrorism I thinking that a lot of it plays into his Columbia undergraduate days of bullshitting. A lot of what he says seems familiar from an anti-colonialist and Orientalist point of view. The Iranians especially seemed to have developed a good script attributing all their problems to the '53 coup and throwing it into Westerns faces (hence the scene of the Iranian foreign minister yelling at our secretary of state). anyway, probably overthinking it ...

jimmyk

Those WWII guys, you can barely get them to tell stories at all, let alone with any bragging involved.

My dad's a WWII guy, and was a great story teller. Now at 93 his memories are fading, and while I've managed to squeeze out a few stories from him, I wish I'd gotten them on paper when I could. Of course he'd be the first to admit he wasn't in heavy duty combat, as he was doing intelligence work.

Extraneus

the other wannabe was wrong to use the left finger.

Don't Muslims have some sort of issue with one of those hands, based on which one the prophet used to wipe his ass?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_toilet_etiquette

http://islamqa.info/en/82120

82120: The reason why the right hand is preferred over the left

Praise be to Allaah.

It is part of Allaah’s complete blessing upon us and the perfection of this great religion, that Islam organizes all aspects of our lives.

narciso

he's like Venkman on dependency theory, sans the humor,

Beester

Thanks for the video Porch...brought back great memories of my dad. He was only 17 when he joined the Navy in WWII. It reminded me of how much I miss him. He died three years ago, the very last of all the dads and uncles in our families. Such good, honorable men.

Old Lurker

He he, this is great:

"ED HENRY, FOX NEWS: Josh, given your sorrow for Rudy Giuliani do you think the president has any regrets about saying President Bush was unpatriotic for adding $4 trillion to the debt?

JOSH EARNEST, WHITE HOUSE: Ed, I don't know that sorrow is the word that I would use.

HENRY: You said you feel sorry for Rudy Giuliani.

EARNEST: Yeah, I do. I do feel sorry for him.

HENRY: You feel sorry, but does the president have any regrets, regardless of what Giuliani said? As a candidate, Senator Obama said that President Bush was unpatriotic.

EARNEST: I think -- again, I haven't seen the actual comments.

iqvoice

My definitive (and only) experience of Oakland was driving through on a road trip and stopping to get gas, during which a bum tried to sell me "half a cigarette and half a coffee for $10" and my friend was solicited by a hooker.

I figure that we got off lucky.

narciso

so it's like when Homer visited NY, sometime in the 80s, and was attacked by the CHUD.

jimmyk

Maybe Obama meant that Bush was unpatriotic for *only* adding $4 trillion to the debt, unlike Obama's $10 trillion by the time he leaves office. Now THAT'S patriotism.

rich@gmu

a cat playing with a mouse ...

narciso-

pretty sure there isn't a shortage of Marxist and post Marxist theories we could shoehorn him into to ... he wants to be all things to all people. and ends up coming off as revolting, as he sinks ever deeper into the uncanny valley.

rich@gmu

and the first part of my comment was in ref to OL's 529 above ...

rich@gmu

it must suck to be left handed in Saudi Arabia

lyle

a bum tried to sell me "half a cigarette and half a coffee for $10" and my friend was solicited by a hooker.

So you got offered a half loosie and your friend got offered a full Lucy?

rich@gmu

Posted by: jimmyk | February 20, 2015 at 05:34 PM -

Obama's War on the Middle Class ...

rich@gmu

and for when DrJ wanders on by ... Do you know (or where I could find) what spray paint vaporizes in to when it is zapped with a CO2 laser? Would the vapors bond with metal?

Jack is Back!

rich,

It is especially if you try to wipe your ass with your right hand:)

They be many and we be few.

henry's already noticed the latest outrageous demagoguery about climate. Wattsupwiththat.com is already on the case.

Stephanie

Snowing!!!... of course the tv talking head says you can see it if you tilt your head and squint your eyes... lol

rse

henry-hubby once drove to work at 4 am during hurricane opal coming through ATL to make sure they stayed online and the clients who had never revealed that they had outsourced the contract got caught.

That's what the boss does as you know. People forget what life is like when you have responsibility. It's the ultimate in unpredictable schedules.

I do try to give all y'all a heads up on some of the non-ed business shenanigans that rear up now in the name of workforce equity.

rse

Coming down pretty good where I am steph. Started in earnest about 10 minutes ago.

Porchlight

The other guy, a survivor of the Bonzai charge at Adak plays Bocce everyday. Use to play golf every day but needs to wind it down some.

Amazing, JiB.

Beester, you're welcome. It is sad that we're losing them so quickly. Glad we have these memories on film, though.

jimmyk, I had once hoped to do some oral history with my great-uncle, but sadly he's had a stroke and is slipping a bit now.

The WWII Museum in New Orleans has a huge oral history project, which is terrific. Highly recommend a visit if you are there.

Extraneus

Speaking of WWII dads, mine wasn't in the war itself, and not in the army until after the war was over, but was a merchant marine in the late 30's and through the war. ("Bombay 1939" under a tattoo of a lion or tiger on his tricep. He had others on his forearms, all faded, and easily convinced me never to get one - a message I've so far successfully imparted to my own son.)

Anyway, that's how I knew about the unclean hand. He also told me three other things about Muslims:

1. You could drop your wallet in the middle of a crowd of Muslims in the heart of Egypt or wherever else he was, and go back and find it there the next day. This was because their hands would be chopped off if they were ever found to have stolen something.

2. The reason they tied the bottoms of their pant legs tight was because they thought their savior would be born to a man - apparently unexpectedly - and they didn't want it falling to the ground. I've never seen anything about this in my own readings about Islam, so I assume it was b.s. that another sailor told him.

3. They're fierce warriors, and should not be underestimated.

Man Tran

CH,

Per your comment about Santa Cruz next month, we're going to be around there from around the 19th on till the end of the next week. I'll be spending most of the wk of the 23rd in San Jose, but can probably sneak out from time to time. Hoping to get exdem and Buford to rendezvous once the details solidify.

Also, on the 28th, our pal the GLOW girl will be at the Sharks arena for a big blowout.

Stephanie

We've got microscopic snowflakes here, rse. Steady but microscopic. The dude on Channel 2 made me laugh with his description, though.

Jack is Back!

This is how far we have declining - not progressed.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/02/23/mother-may


Think about it. Its from the New Yorker.

narciso

worse than the thundersnow guy, what was he drinking,

Threadkiller

they thought their savior would be born to a man - 

No wonder they slaughter those who defile the holy birth canal.

Ben

The cold, hard reality of the electorate sinks in slowly..

http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/gop-leaders-call-for-special-session-next-week-on-right-to-work-b99448708z1-292939361.html

henry

Porch, I have a copy of my Grandfather's oral history transcript (which is also online). The stories not in that are more interesting, but unrecorded. A couple examples: he once moved his HQ without telling Bedell Smith (he told Ike), it took a week for Smith to find the Normandy Supply Command; the closest he came to combat was in Belgium while scouting bridges, a sgt and a couple GIs jumped in front of his jeep and told him to go back where he came from, he replied he was a general and the bridge was right around the corner, the sgt confirmed the bridge location and suggested the Germans on the bridge were taking very good care of it.

NKvirusedandback

WWII-- My dad served on a 'minesweeper' in the Med for the 'Royal Greek Navy--in exile" under the strategic command of the Brit Royal Navy. Obsolete 4 stack steel hulled frigates converted for minesweeper duty -- STEEL HULL. My dad's CO was no fool though, never found a single floating contact mine in 3 years 'sweeping' the Med.

Extraneus

Well well well...

Ramadan, sodomy, and Muslim man-babies

I heard a story from an acquaintance recently that I still don't know what to make of it, so I'm coming here to finally settle the matter once and for all.

My acquaintance used to be in the British Navy, and he claimed that, while on an assignment on a Turkish ship during Ramadan, the crew told him they had to have sex with each other to create a baby, because man originally came from man and someday another man would give birth. Furthermore, the reason they wear baggy pants that fit tight around the ankle was to catch the baby, should one suddenly pop out.

I refused to believe the story, being all kinds of shocked and offended, but posted it in my LJ anyway out of morbid curiosity. There, one of my friends confirmed that when her husband was in the air force he'd heard a similar story. Another commented that William S. Burroughs shared a similar story in his novel The Wild Boys.

Intrigued, I took it to google. After weeks of searching, I finally found a post on another message board where the writer claims to have heard the same story 20 years ago in Libya while serving in the USAF, and has met another USAF person who's heard the story much more recently in Turkey. This poster also noted that the man-baby is called madhi, and is supposed to be a Muslim Messiah.

So, is there any truth to this or is it a bizarre, xenophobic rumor? I find it interesting that most if not all these cites come from military people. Is that because they see more of other countries and cultures than the average person, or they're exposed to more b.s.? Is this the military version of an urban legend?

...

Sailors are rather well-known for playing jokes and teases, especially upon newcomers. I'd be very surprised if this isn't something along those lines.

http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/showthread.php?t=262479

Ben

"Sailors are rather well-known for playing jokes and teases, especially upon newcomers. I'd be very surprised if this isn't something along those lines."

The question remains..why bring it up? Oh, nice segue.

matt

One of the coolest things was when they had the offshore power boat races in San Diego and off the coast near my home. They would cram three Allison or RR V-12's into cigarette boats that would do close to 100 knots on a flat sea.

One year or two, they held them in Mission Bay in SD. You could hear the roar of the engines a mile away. Best party in the world. The Bushmills St. Patrick's Day Race in Newport.

We have lost several of our association WW II vets in the past year. The real stalwarts. But we have some Iraq/Afghanistan vets coming in now, so the spirit is alive.

It was only at my mother's funeral that one of my uncles opened up about his experiences. His division entered combat in December of '44 and fought through to the end. He was in Czechoslovakia when the war ended and they had to pull back. It wasn't pretty.

Danube on iPad

I believe Judge Hanen's order will stand until there is a final judgment in the case before him.

Extraneus

Let's just put this hand thing to rest.

In Sunan Abi Dawood (33) it is narrated that ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said: The right hand of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was for his purification and food, and his left hand was for using the toilet and anything that was dirty. Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh Abi Dawood.

Muslim (262) narrated that Salmaan (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: He (meaning the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)) forbade any one of us to clean himself with his right hand.

And Muslim (2020) narrated from Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “No one among you should eat with his left hand or drink with it, for the shaytaan eats with his left hand and drinks with it.”

Allaah has warned us against disobeying the commands of the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), as He says (interpretation of the meaning):

“And let those who oppose the Messenger’s (Muhammad’s) commandment (i.e. his Sunnah __ legal ways, orders, acts of worship, statements) (among the sects) beware, lest some Fitnah (disbelief, trials, afflictions, earthquakes, killing, overpowered by a tyrant) should befall them or a painful torment be inflicted on them”

[al-Noor 24:63]

This applies if one is able to eat with the right hand. But if one is unable to do so, there is no sin in that. Al-Nawawi said in Sharh Muslim (13/191): The objection to eating and drinking with the left hand applies so long as there is no excuse. If there is an excuse which prevents one from eating and drinking with the right hand because of sickness, injury etc, then it is not makrooh. End quote.

Al-Ghazaali said in al-Ihya’ (4/93): Then the One Who gave you two hands to do things with, some of which are noble, such as picking up the Mus-haf, and some are ignoble, such as removing impurities. So if you pick up the Mus-haf with your left hand, and you remove impurities with your right hand, then you have used that which is noble to do something ignoble, and you have neglected its rights and wronged it, and turned away from what is proper. End quote.

To sum up what the scholars have said about the reasons why the right hand is preferred for things that are noble:

1- That is differing from the shaytaan, as in the case of eating and drinking.

2- It is honouring the right hand over the left.

3- It is using proper etiquette with people, so that one does not shake hands with them, take things from them or give things to them with the hand with which one removes impurities.

4- It is a sign of hope that Allaah will make us among those who are on the right hand (ahl al-yameen).

And Allaah knows best.

:-)

http://islamqa.info/en/82120

Threadkiller

Madhi-rate Muslim

NKvirusedandback

DoT -- bold statement @ 6:10. I'm dubious because the 'gov't' gets a lot of discretion from the courts which are loathe to stay/enjoin action. But here THE STATE Gov'ts are suing the Federal Gov't and the Congress refused to do what Obummer is trying to do by EO. It's a fascinating case; I believe Judge Hanen was right, but that's me.

Extraneus

So, if you get your right hand chopped off, it's ok to use your left hand for eating.

Allaah knows best.

Extraneus

Even if you were formerly a rightie.

Extraneus

Oh no.

Poll: Muslim-Americans face the most discrimination among ethnic/religious groups

henry

Not sure if it matters, but a bunch of conservative groups filed amicus briefs with the SC on the John Doe suit. This is about removal of immunity for the DAs that the full 7th shot down. The SC hasn't said if they will hear the case. (Note: the WI SC will hear different, but related state suits).

Captain Hate

Man Tran, good to know; I'll try to schedule toward the end of the month.

Miss Marple

Perceived levels of discrimination = levels of paranoia.

Extraneus

What are the FBI stats on victims? (Same link.)

60.3 percent were victims of crimes motivated by their offenders’ anti-Jewish bias.

13.7 percent were victims of anti-Islamic (Muslim) bias.

6.1 percent were victims of anti-Catholic bias.

4.3 percent were victims of bias against groups of individuals of varying religions (anti-multiple religions, group).

3.8 percent were victims of anti-Protestant bias.

0.6 percent were victims of anti-Atheist/Agnostic bias.

11.2 percent were victims of bias against other religions (anti-other religion).

Buckeye

My dad never told me anything about his WWII experience. If found out about the circumstances of him being with the first wave onto Iwo from my uncle at his funeral.

I was surprised that there was an honor guard and 21 gun salute at the burial.

He never talked about it.

Extraneus

Seems like vox should be 4.4 times more zeroed in on Jewaphobia.

Eric in Boise


can you tell the difference between Spitfire Merlin v. P-51D Merlin sound in flight.

You have a better ear than I do, NK :)

IIRC, all of the Spitfires had the Merlin but only the later versions of the Mustang did.

Extraneus

Breaking news from NK's neck of the woods:

Police: Man unhappy with $50 haircut flew into rage at salon

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) -- A man who was unhappy with a haircut faces criminal charges after police say he became enraged and threw things around a Connecticut salon.
Extraneus

Was that you, NK?

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