Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Lowlife 21-Year-Old KILLS A Kitten For Unplugging His Video Game

I just saw this on a link on the Drudge Report. It was linked to "The Smoking Gun."

Read below what as posted on their site.

A Virginia man allegedly killed a kitten after the animal somehow disconnected a video game while he was playing it Monday night, police charge. Bruce Walston, 21, is facing an animal cruelty charge for allegedly killing his girlfriend's black kitten by throwing it against a wall in their apartment, according to the below Staunton Police Department report. Walston was arrested after his girlfriend, Bessie Hess, called cops about the incident, which occurred in front of her children. Walston told cops that he was "arguing with Bessie over the cats disconnecting his video game at which time he picked up the kitten and threw it against the wall." When police arrived at the couple's home, the dead pet "was laying on the front porch." Walston, pictured in the mug shot at right, was charged with animal cruelty and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors. He was booked into the Middle River Regional Jail, where he is being held without bond.

This guy is 21 years old and he get pissed off because a cat unplugs his video game.
I personally do not like cats (and they don't like em), but I would NEVER injure or kill a defenseless animal.

Just look at his photo. he seems like a low educated, gang banger, want-a-be!!

If I can find an e mail address, phone number, or street address for this guy, I will post it for everyone can contact this guy and tell him what they think about him.


Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Steve Wynn On The Craziness in Washington DC

No matter what you think about Steve Wynn, he does make a great deal of sense in this clip.

Listen and learn.

PS: There is a short 30-second commercial at the beginning fo the clip.

"Washington is unpredictable these days. No one has any idea what’s next…the uncertainty of the business climate in America is frightening, frightening to everybody, and it’s delaying the recovery." - Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts