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Monday, October 24, 2022

Meme-like things in honor of the Most Powerful Force in the Universe

Jose Maria DeCastro, Chille

This is a post honoring the self-declared legendary Agent of Change, Most Powerful Force in the Universe, and Brilliant Constitutional Scholar, Jose Maria "Chilito" DeCastro.

Chilito is a self-described activist who's activated activism is primarly directed at harassing police officers and those they've detained and trying to deny freedom of expression to those who criticize him or even speak the truth about him. 

You can get to know Chilito at his main YouTube Channel, Delete Lawz by clicking here, and on his "back-up channel" by clicking here. And you can hear my take on this great, GREAT man here, on my YouTube channel!

Friday, February 5, 2021

Russian Collusion?!?

That Leo Moracchioli always seemed like a suspicious sort, what with his puppets and hats and fake beards and Italian-sounding name although he's allegedly a Norwegian... but does he reveal himself as a Russian asset with this song? SIGNS POINT TO YES!!11!!!!!111

What other explanation could there be for it being so great!?!

Here's the original version, so you have something to compare it to...

Friday, January 8, 2021

Happy Birthday, Kim Jung-un!

We're celebrating L'il Kim's 37th birthday with a love song and a video from Little Big!

Monday, December 28, 2020

Catching up with Mr. Belmer

Back in 2004 and 2005, I reported on Jason Belmer, a slightly dumb drug dealer. You can read about him (and other criminal relatives of his) here

I thought the end of the Jason Belmer saga came with his 13-year prison sentence... but no. He did his time, got out... and went right back to working in the family business of cocaine-running/dealing. And being dumb.

I'm more than a year late with this update, but here it is:

Jason Belmer, 30, of Haverhill, Massachusetts pleaded guilty in federal court to possession with intent to distribute cocaine, United States Attorney Scott W. Murray announced today.

According to court documents and statements made in court, on August 31, 2017, the defendant was stopped by a member of the Salem Police Department after running a red light. The officer observed various signs that the defendant was driving while impaired. Another officer arrived on scene and observed drug paraphernalia in plain view in the front seat of the car. This observation prompted officers to ask the defendant for consent to search the car, at which time the defendant attempted to flee the traffic stop. A struggle ensued and the defendant fought with police. After the defendant was taken into custody, officers received a search warrant for the car and recovered approximately 1,191 grams of cocaine and approximately $59,775 dollars in cash. 

Belmer is scheduled to be sentenced on January 16, 2019.   The cash has been administratively forfeited to the United States.

Additional details of the arrest are that Belmer was ALSO charged with DUI, resisting arrest, and driving without a license.

Jason Belmer, Jail Bird