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TOPIC: WTF
Created by: vabeachcouple33
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Putting this back where it belongs.

Abrahama Luna, who said he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2007, said he doesn't remember much from Monday night or Tuesday morning, but authorities say he went on a tear through a golf course, assaulted employees at a Holiday 7-Eleven, led deputies on a high-speed chase through on-coming traffic lanes on U.S. 19 and sideswiped a patrol cruiser before he was arrested.

The man, who was wearing only construction boots, slipped away.

Then about 4 a.m. Tuesday, a Tarpon Springs officer tried to pull over a white van with a temporary tag that was speeding on U.S. 19, authorities said. The van kept going. Police called off the pursuit when the van entered Pasco County.

A few minutes later, Luna stopped at the 7-Eleven at 1324 U.S. 19, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said.

He punched one employee in the face and scratched the employee's arms with his fingernails, the report states. The employees chased him out of the store and locked the doors. Luna got in his GMC Savana van and wheeled it toward the doors, stopping 5 feet from the entrance, the report states.

He got out and tried to open one of the employee's cars but couldn't.

Luna drove off with his headlights off, reaching speeds of 80 mph, at times driving into oncoming traffic, authorities said. Deputies began a pursuit and blocked roads. After the van sideswiped a patrol car, deputies stopped the van near U.S. 19 and Moog Road about 4:30 a.m.

Luna, 30, fled from the van, and one of the deputies jolted him with a Taser before he was captured, the Sheriff's Office said. No injuries were reported.

"When two men are going to fight," he said, "the one that's naked usually wins."

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A glimpse into some of what I do in my work. I didn't have anything to do with this case so I can post on it.

BOSTON (CBS) — A Framingham pharmacy linked to a deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak used dozens of fake names like “Bud Weiser,” “Jennifer Lopez” and “Filet O’fish” on prescriptions to defraud the federal government and avoid regulations, officials allege.

Fourteen people who worked at the New England Compounding Center were charged for their alleged role in the outbreak on Wednesday. Tainted steroids manufactured by the pharmacy were blamed for a 2012 outbreak that killed 64 people, and sickened hundreds more.

“Harry Potter,” “Baby Jesus” and “Chester Cheeto” were just some of the fake names used, according to investigators.

“All names must resemble ‘real’ names… no obviously false names!” an email from co-founder Barry Cadden in May 2012 reads, according to the indictment.

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Va, now that we're a "we", we get those strange invitations too. Though, when in full-speed SM mode, I can also say that I received a number of invitations to groups that were a distance from NOLA. Casting a wide net/shotgun approach. Not unlike the SM email blasts that draw many folks' ire.

Current, yes, guns, dogs, and high fences. Now, where have we seen THAT combo before??? Interesting, huh?

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Some people just invite every profile they can find to their groups, irrespective of distance. We get those too from across the country.

While I normally just ignore them, one invited over and over for months. They were in Illinois or something - and I wrote asking why they were inviting us over and over. They said "sorry - didn't realize we were repeating". How about why did you invite in the first place??

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@NJ

We were invited to join a group from FL. Automatic delete as there is no way we can make it over there for parties.

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how odd...i was just invited to join a "club" on the site...in california!

ehm....gee, that's wayyyyy long distance!

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@ LT

"Guns and dogs. The 1% American dream."

I can't disagree with your post but my dog would like you to know that guns are part of her American dreams. She's still bummed that hunting season ended last weekend...

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You described it perfectly. I still have a number of friends living and working in that area. Most are in gated communities and most are only on the upside of six figures because of dual income.

We have that same situation in the greater NOLA area, but almost exclusively across the lake.

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Shaq and Ken Griffey are still here. Tiger moved to South Florida a few years back, but the incident with his wife happened here.

It's also odd in that practically every nice neighborhood is gated. There are lots of houses sub-$300k in gated communities, and there are even gated trailer parks.

I love it here. I know some have issues with it - most of my family and ALL of Mrs. VA's family will crap their pants if we buy a house in a gated community among a flurry of accusations of elitism, but I'm telling you probably 50% of people in the Orlando suburbs live in gated communities, and they (mostly) ain't rich. The neighborhood George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin in was widely (and accurately) reported as a gated community, so everyone assumed it was some kind of mega-rich community. In fact it's 1,400 sq ft townhomes which sell for around $120,000. Not quite what people think of in a "gated community".

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Va, I had a friend who lived in one of those $600k houses behind a gate in Windemere. Just down the block, another friend bought a slightly larger house a year later at close to $1M, but he was a bit higher up the food chain in the same company. When the market tanked, friend 1 moved back to LV and got out with a $100k loss. Friend 2 defaulted on his exotic, interest-only loan.

Shaquille and Tiger aren't too far from there, or at least they weren't a few years ago. Big money homes. High gates and fences. Guns and dogs. The 1% American Dream...

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Well I ain't buying those but some of the neighborhoods do have houses in that range. There are houses worth $600k right near that $100 million beast.

This is different than what I am used to. Everywhere else I've lived, houses tended to be of comparable square footage etc in a neighborhood. For example, ours in Virginia Beach was houses in the $320-$390 range. Others might be "two-something" or $600-$800k neighborhoods, etc.

Many here will range from $400k to $10 million, all in the immediate neighborhood. Your house could be a $600k house and your neighbor's $4 million. This has made house shopping....interesting.....

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