Dumba%^ #1: They got him and now he is big doodoo!
Remember pilot on the run who faked his death to avoid a bad divorce and people he ‘may have given bad advice to’? Thhhhheeeeeeyyyy got him!
He’s pissed off a lot of people. Authorities say they may add more criminal charges against the financial manager.
Schrenker was found at a campsite near Quincy, Florida. He was said to have had “deep cuts on his wrists,” according to a statement by a Florida-based U.S. Marshals Service task force. Which, I am sure, ticks off a lot of people in itself.
Back home in Hamilton County, Indiana, he has been charged with unlawful acts by a compensated adviser and unlawful transaction by an investment adviser. The court issued an arrest warrant and set bail at $4 million cash. Authorities said they believe Schrenker defrauded investors through three companies he owns before attempting a bizarre and potentially deadly vanishing act.
What NOT to do for beer.
Dumba%^ #2, a California man sold his 14-year-old daughter to an 18-year-old man for cash, beer and meat. DA#2 then called police when the prospective bridegroom didn’t live up to his end of the deal .
DA#2 had arranged through a third party to have his daughter marry the older teenager. . In exchange,the 18 year old was to pay DA#2 $16,000 and provide him with 160 cases of beer, 100 cases of soda, 50 cases of Gatorade, two cases of wine, and six cases of meat.
The young girl is younger than California’s age of consent, although the law does allow 16-year-olds to marry with parental consent.
President Bush and his wife appeared on Larry King Live last night.
Here are some excerpts.
King: Are you anxious to go, Mr. President?
George Bush: I don’t know if it’s the right word. I’m not sure exactly what I’m going to feel like on January 21. I’ve been, you know, I’ve had security briefings — intelligence briefings nearly every morning for the last eight years. I’ll wake up and not have a briefing and realize the responsibility is not on my shoulders anymore.
King: Are there ambivalent feelings?
George Bush: No. I don’t think you can be ambivalent. I’ve been looking forward to the inauguration of Barack Obama. I’ll have a front row seat in what is an historic moment for the country.
King: Do you like him?
George Bush: Yes, I do like him, and you’d like him, too.
King: But he was so critical of you. Do you take that personally or you don’t?
Laura Bush: I did.
King: Were you angry at it?
George Bush: When you make big decisions and tough calls, you’re going to get criticized. During the course of this presidency, of course, I’ve been disappointed at times by the silly name-calling that goes on in Washington.
It’s really not necessary that it happened. But I’ve done my best, though, to make sure I didn’t bring the presidency down to that level.
King: How do you feel personally when you see the ratings and the polls that have you at 25, 30 percent?
George Bush: I don’t give a darn. I feel the same way as when they had me at 90-plus.
King: Do you ever get the feeling — and everyone has some doubts about some things — that, you know, if I was wrong, if Iraq was wrong, then (the troops) died in vain and I sent them?
George Bush: I don’t think Iraq was wrong.
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