Times are tough this holiday season.  People don’t have jobs and kids are looking for the next big thing to play with and store in their closet. So, while we don’t condone robbing, we can understand some of the sociological pressures to have the latest things.

Yes, the AJ11's are hot, but are they worth getting jumped, or shot? For many, the answer is yes...

People at the Hilltop Mall in wonderful Richmond, CA (no sarcasm intended or implied) risked life and limb to get these shoes.  There was gunfire, where a guy tried to pull a Cheddar Bob, Plaxico Burress and let off gunfire while waiting for the stores to open.  But, it was an accident, so that doesn’t count. We grew up with some snatch and grabbers, but not with fools robbing with guns.  When you go that far, you have to be ready to use. That was the Bridge too Far for most of the dudes we hung out with.

But, this time justice prevailed.  For those who have a job, they understand that they work hard for usually meager wages to make it work. They get up every day and in some cases, do a job they hate.  Robbing is easy, but you have to have some skill.  This is the story of Mostafa Hendi, who needs to take a remedial course in how to rob, or at least listen to my man 50.

By: WLOS | NBC17.com
Published: December 26, 2011

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. –A robbery suspect got a lot more than cash when he tried to hold up a North Carolina store.

An employee knocked the suspect unconscious at the “We Buy Gold” business on the Spartanburg highway in Hendersonville on Friday and held him down until police arrived.

“He came through the door. He had his hand down here on his waist, hoodie on his head, he said ‘Gimme the money, gimme the money, gimme the money,’” said employee Derek Mothershead.
“And I got up, and I threw my hands up and said take the money if you want it.”

Mothershead took matters into his own hands.

“He had a bag and instead of putting it in the bag I kind of handed it to him,” he recalled. “I said here, take it take it. And I just kind of came in and hit him.”

Mothershead knocked the robber, 25-year-old Mostafa Hendi, unconscious.

No means no, Ben. You reap what you sow buddy boy....

“If he wants money get a job, work like everybody else in this world.”

Mothershead held down Hendi, who was bleeding, and called police.

“We Buy Gold” manager Juan Cruz said knocking out armed robbers isn’t exactly store police. But he had a message for anyone considering robbing the store:

“Merry Christmas … Mostafa Hendi.”

Hendi is charged with armed robbery with a dangerous weapon.
He’s in jail on $100,000 bond.

Video can explain why good triumphs over evil this holiday season.

Wow.  And that was with the left.  He never saw it coming.  Didn’t he see Friday?

I still think that the worst part was that he had to clean up his own blood, because he was leaking all over the place.  This is the picture..,remember that this is one punch.

They should have given him some makeup for the mugshot, or at least reset his nose for the picture.

How are you going to clown with the police?  It seems like I said earlier, it’s all about the DUI arrest that led to the spiral…

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reveals the depths of her despair

Thursday, July 09, 2009

NASHVILLE —- Former NFL star Steve McNair was shot dead in his sleep last week by a 20-year-old girlfriend distraught about mounting financial problems and her belief that he was seeing someone else, police said Wednesday.

Sahel Kazemi “was spinning out of control” when she shot McNair four times as he dozed on a sofa early Saturday, then turned the gun on herself, police Chief Ronal Serpas said.

Interviews with friends revealed that she was making payments on two cars, her rent was doubling and she suspected the married McNair was having a second affair with another woman.

She told a friend on Friday that “my life is a ball of s—- and I should end it,” Serpas said.

I don’t want anyone to kill themselves, but why take someone else with you?  That is a twisted sense of Romeo and Juliet to think about.

Now, you have to put some blame on McNair too, but not for the reasons you think.  Of course, if the guy just kept it in his pants and cherished his vows, then this would have never happened.  But, lets move beyond that.  Let’s assume that the affair happened.  How could Steve have avoided this fate?

First, don’t be a cheapass.  Stacks would have soothed everything over.  Even if you are cheating on you side piece you are cheating with on your wife, you just had to take care of things.  Fully pay for the Escalade would have been one less thing she would have to worry about.  That could have been the boiling point. MyCar.com explains

Extra-cost options can quickly drive the Escalade’s $54,725 base price (including an $875 destination charge) higher. Key among them is a Climate Package with heated and cooled front and rear seats as well as a heated steering wheel; an Information Package with a touch-screen navigation system, a reversing camera, and adaptive headlights; power fold-and-tumble second-row seats; a rear seat DVD entertainment center; and an oversized power sunroof. Our test truck had all of them: the $2,995 22-inch wheels, the $2,495 Information Package, the $1,295 rear DVD entertainment system, the $995 power sunroof, the $625 Climate Package, and the $425 power second-row fold-and-tumble seats. The sticker price for our sample Escalade with all-wheel-drive was $66,110.

Pay for it, you cheap bastard...
Your life has to be worth 66,000 dollars.
Two, don’t have side pieces.  I know I just said above about it being not about the fact that he had someone on the side, but in a way, it is.  You need to go the route of call girl.  Maybe if he watched more cartoons, he would have heard from Chef on South Park sing about what to do…
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Three, don’t make promises your ass can’t cash.  You can’t play with people emotions.
Steve did and paid the price…

Clean yourself up before going to English...

Clean yourself up before going to English...

Tyler Durden would be proud…

Dallas ISD records show school held ‘cage fights’

07:23 AM CDT on Friday, March 20, 2009

thobbs@dallasnews.com

By EMILY RAMSHAW and TAWNELL D. HOBBS / The Dallas Morning News

Documents obtained by The Dallas Morning News say the “cage fights” took place between 2003 and 2005. The records don’t say how many fights may have taken place.

Donald Moten, who was principal at South Oak Cliff High at the time, denied any wrongdoing when contacted Wednesday.

The principal and other staff members at South Oak Cliff High School were supposed to be breaking up fights. Instead, they sent troubled students into a steel utility cage in an athletic locker room to battle it out with bare fists and no head protection, records show.

That is totally ganster. That is how is should be done.  It sounds like the principal watched my man Vic Mackey on the Shield.  That is a dude who knows how to get htings done.  In one episode, he put to fighting, warring fractions into a cantainer on the dock.  He told them that either they would work out the differences, or only one man would walk out.

When he arrived that next morning,  one dude walked out and he and Vic continued their business relationship.  Just like in Detroit, you have to pay hood taxes, and Vic is the collection agent.

Your taxes are a little light today, do not make me come back again...

Your taxes are a little light today, do not make me come back again...

District investigators learned of the fights as part of an investigation into grade-changing for student athletes that ultimately cost the school its 2006 boys state basketball championship.

Internal district reports obtained by The News describe a culture of sanctioned violence in which school employees and even the principal relied on “the cage” to settle disputes and bring unruly students under control.

That is the way to solve things is to not let this fester up, but to solve it right then and there.  In the old days, you used to use your fists to solve your differences.  These young kids today always have to run and get a gun…

First, Deebo did all of his intimadation with his fists.  He didnt have a gat. How did Craig stop Deebo?  Not with a gun, but with his fists (and a brick.)  That is what these snot nosed kids have forgotten.  That is what has made the younger generation soft.   The only thing that the administration was attempting to do is toughen the kids up for LIFE.  You cannot solve all of your problems with a gun.  But, an asswhooping can change someone for life.

Moten, along with security monitors and other employees, “knew of the practice, allowed it to go on for a time, and failed to report it,” investigators for the DISD’s Office of Professional Responsibility wrote in a confidential 2008 report.

Despite investigators’ assertions that the staff’s conduct “may constitute a criminal violation,” charges were never filed against Moten or the hall monitors accused of organizing the fights. Many of those employees were still working on campus at the beginning of this school year.

“It was gladiator-style entertainment for the staff,” said Frank Hammond, a middle school counselor in Cedar Hill who was fired from South Oak Cliff High School and has filed a whistleblower lawsuit. “They were taking these boys downstairs to fight. And it was sanctioned by the principal and security.”

See, you deserved to be fired.  Why are you talking about the Fight Club?  That is rule number one.  Now, how am I supposed to get worked up over your faux outrage, when while you were at the school you tacitly sanctionede the fighting?  Because you knew at the time it was a good idea. Snitching?  For what? You are not going to get things out of

‘It never did happen’

Moten, who resigned from the DISD in 2008 after the grade-changing investigation, said that no cage fights took place while he was principal.

“That’s barbaric. You can’t do that at a high school. You can’t do that anywhere,” Moten said. “Ain’t nothing to comment on. It never did happen. I never put a stop to anything because it never happened.”

DISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa, however, confirmed that there were “some things that happened inside of a cage” and said that the fights were “unacceptable.” He said that criminal charges were not filed but that “there was discipline taken.”

South Oak Cliff’s new principal “cleaned up that whole school, and a lot of that stuff went away,” Hinojosa said.

DISD trustee Lew Blackburn, whose district includes South Oak Cliff High School, said mere disciplinary action isn’t enough. District administrators never informed the school board of the fights, Blackburn said. He found out from a reporter Wednesday, and he questioned why no one pursued criminal charges.

“Adults encouraging kids to fight and there was no criminal action?” Blackburn asked. “We should have at least let the [district attorney] look into it.”

The district report on cage fighting, dated March 17, 2008, was just one part of an investigation into wrongdoing at South Oak Cliff High School. The report also focused on allegations of grade-changing for athletes and unauthorized fundraising.

Investigators found that security monitors routinely used “the cage” – a section of the boys basketball locker room barricaded by wire mesh and metal lockers – to force problem students to fight out their disputes.

In one incident documented by investigators, a security monitor tried to fight a student in the cage, but Moten intervened and broke it up. In another incident, the report said, Moten told security staff to put two fighting students “in the cage and let ’em duke it out.” According to the report, students told their teachers that they were “gonna be in the cage” over arguments with their peers.

Asked about these charges, Moten said: “I don’t even know what you’re talking about.” But Hammond said the cage fights were common knowledge at the high school.

Moten and Hammond have a complicated relationship. In 2006, Moten accused Hammond of changing a student’s grade, and the district placed the teacher on administrative leave. An appeals judge reinstated him, but the DISD fired him after Moten was accused of changing athletes’ grades to keep them eligible to play basketball.

School’s culture

Hammond said the culture at South Oak Cliff High, where many teachers are alums and have relatives in their classrooms, kept anyone from speaking out.

Its clear that the people here understand the rules of the game.  OF COURSE THEY ARE NOT GOING TO TALK ABOUT IT!.  Didn’t you get the memo?  I shouldn’t be talking abou tit, but I am going to anyway, at the cost of a beatdown.

The Rules of Fight Club.

1st RULE: You do not talk about FIGHT CLUB.2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about FIGHT CLUB.

3rd RULE: If someone says “stop” or goes limp, taps out the fight is over.

4th RULE: Only two guys to a fight.

5th RULE: One fight at a time.

6th RULE: No shirts, no shoes.

7th RULE: Fights will go on as long as they have to.

8th RULE: If this is your first night at FIGHT CLUB, you HAVE to fight.

That is pretty simple to remember…

“It’s the South Oak Cliff mentality; it’s all about preserving that school atmosphere,” said Hammond, now a counselor at Bessie Coleman Middle School in Cedar Hill. “How else could Moten do this for years and years and nothing has happened to him?”

D.W. Rutledge, executive director of the Texas High School Coaches Association, said that in all the years he’s coached, he’s never heard of using staged fights to settle disputes.

“Obviously, that’s extremely unacceptable,” he said.

It’s not immediately clear why the DISD never pursued criminal charges, or whether it reported the allegations to its own police department or to the Dallas County district attorney’s office. A spokeswoman for the district attorney’s office said she could never confirm or deny whether a case had been filed. DISD police could not be reached for comment.

DeEtta Culbertson, spokeswoman for the Texas Education Agency, said that school employees who suspect child abuse are required to report it to law enforcement authorities but that other types of crime are not under the agency’s jurisdiction.

“The TEA strongly encourages anyone at a school or school district that knows of possible ongoing criminal activities to contact their local law enforcement agencies,” she said.

eramshaw@dallasnews.com;

Now, what is the purpose of going to school?  To learn a trade.  One thing that Donald Moten and his staff did was train some youths for the future.  For this, you should be awarded Educator of the Year.

Now the students have hope in joining UFC

or putting their fight skills to good use on the streets.  They are actually being training for life after school and they want to hang this guy?  No way.  Tar and feather him?  Absolutely not.  This guy deserves a medal for his working with kids… My hat is off to these over-worked, caring teachers…