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04 Dec 2012 05:19 AM   |   9428 clicks   |   CBS Pittsburgh
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PacManDreaming     
FTA: "The incident happened at the Hempfield Towers in Hempfield Township back on Thursday night."

If only there was something they could've been smoking, instead, that would've made them pretty much non-violent....

04 Dec 2012 12:25 AM
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Apos     
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www.horrorphile.net

04 Dec 2012 01:01 AM
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AverageAmericanGuy    [TotalFark]  
Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.

04 Dec 2012 05:24 AM
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sexorcisst     
She was a very nice girl until she got all stabby about it.

04 Dec 2012 05:26 AM
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gerbilpox     
Justifiable (attempted) homicide.

04 Dec 2012 05:35 AM
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mhd     
I couldn't possibly pass judgment without knowing what kind of beer we're talking about. So, after quick googling:

"James B. Gallone, no age available, of Greensburg, grabbed a container of Colt 45 malt liquor and attempted to leave a Hempfield Towers apartment at 8 p.m. Thursday after an argument with Vanessa L. Robinson, 28, state police said."

Verdict: Scum.

04 Dec 2012 05:38 AM
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SnarfVader     

mhd: I couldn't possibly pass judgment without knowing what kind of beer we're talking about. So, after quick googling:

"James B. Gallone, no age available, of Greensburg, grabbed a container of Colt 45 malt liquor and attempted to leave a Hempfield Towers apartment at 8 p.m. Thursday after an argument with Vanessa L. Robinson, 28, state police said."

Verdict: Scum.


Oh dear lord. That stuff is not even beer.

04 Dec 2012 05:55 AM
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Fluorescent Testicle     
25.media.tumblr.com

04 Dec 2012 06:04 AM
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Day_Old_Dutchie     
Works every time?

04 Dec 2012 06:04 AM
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HaywoodJablonski     
Should have bought Cold Cock instead

04 Dec 2012 06:06 AM
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The One True TheDavid     
Violent alcoholic women turn me ON.

04 Dec 2012 06:12 AM
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No Time To Explain     
Don't bring beer to a knife fight

/I'm crazy son of a biatch

04 Dec 2012 06:18 AM
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bakarocket     
"Whenever you're talking about an individual that has a knife and they're wielding it in another person's direction and you're talking about minor injuries, just the person receiving just a few stitches, very fortunate, obviously it could have been life threatening," added Trooper Limani.

Did no one read this and get confused?

04 Dec 2012 06:41 AM
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fappomatic     
Never pour beer in crazy.

04 Dec 2012 06:56 AM
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Cerebral Knievel    [TotalFark]  

bakarocket: "Whenever you're talking about an individual that has a knife and they're wielding it in another person's direction and you're talking about minor injuries, just the person receiving just a few stitches, very fortunate, obviously it could have been life threatening," added Trooper Limani.

Did no one read this and get confused?


The cop was saying that in cases of a knife attack, it is often a much worse outcome, and the gentleman victom was very fortunate that he wasn't injured further.

And might i add to this discusion, that it is good to see the woman aggressor in jail, rather than they typical outcome.

04 Dec 2012 07:11 AM
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Hawnkee     

HaywoodJablonski: Should have bought Cold Cock instead


Good call. Afterwards she could have warmed up with a nice Dickins Cider.

04 Dec 2012 07:19 AM
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sexorcisst     

Hawnkee: HaywoodJablonski: Should have bought Cold Cock instead

Good call. Afterwards she could have warmed up with a nice Dickins Cider.


Do they have those in a can?

04 Dec 2012 07:22 AM
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Pockafrusta     
justbeer.files.wordpress.com

/Almost worth a trip to Ellensburg... Almost.

04 Dec 2012 07:34 AM
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wrenchboy     
They were debating whether the beer had great taste or less filling?


/subtle?

04 Dec 2012 07:37 AM
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Make More Hinjews     

bakarocket: "Whenever you're talking about an individual that has a knife and they're wielding it in another person's direction and you're talking about minor injuries, just the person receiving just a few stitches, very fortunate, obviously it could have been life threatening," added Trooper Limani.

Did no one read this and get confused?


Yeah... on a scale of one to grammar, this sentence was not.


Anyone wanna take odds on the Stormfront brigade stopping by, not having RTFA, and making some comment about blah people?

04 Dec 2012 07:38 AM
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Skarekrough     

AverageAmericanGuy: Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.


Hence the argument for flasks.

Although as homebrewer I do have this thing about not leaving without my growler. They're welcome to empty it, but I've lost too many of them over the years. The growler comes with when I go home. They are allowed to determine whether it's empty or not.

04 Dec 2012 08:05 AM
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MrHappyRotter     
Meh, beer is over rated, and this current fad in the U.S. will be replaced with something else in short order. Then in a decade or two, beer will be the new hot thing again.

04 Dec 2012 08:12 AM
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saboisgod     
She looks (and acts) like a keeper...

04 Dec 2012 08:14 AM
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eas81     
If we are talking about this, hells yes i'm gonna get stabby!!!

www.mustlovebeer.com wineismylife.files.wordpress.com

/Beer snob thread??

04 Dec 2012 08:16 AM
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doczoidberg     
I've made sure NEVER to get in an alcohol-related argument that leads to police intervention.
Beer is simply too important to me. Once the law finds out you've been fighting over it, BAM -- you're ordered to have no more until your probation is up.

Funk dat.

When someone gives me attitude, and booze has been involved, I just get the fark out of there before trouble arises.

04 Dec 2012 08:18 AM
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Krowdaddy Chixdiggit     

MrHappyRotter: Meh, beer is over rated, and this current fad in the U.S. will be replaced with something else in short order. Then in a decade or two, beer will be the new hot thing again.


i1247.photobucket.com

First off overrated looks like that, second, BEER WILL NEVER BE A FAD!

/Beer is LIFE!

04 Dec 2012 08:19 AM
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Marcintosh     
. . . the Hempfield Towers in Hempfield Township . . .

hemp . . . beer . . . hemp . . . somethings funny around there but I can't put my finger on it . . .

perhaps it's the use of ellipses but I don't know.

04 Dec 2012 08:21 AM
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saboisgod     

AverageAmericanGuy: Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.


Ehhhh, depends. When we partied in as kids, we would take whatever was left over from the alcohol we brought. If I brought a case to a party and had 6 left when it tome to leave, you could bet your bottom dollar I was bringing a sixer home with me.

OTOH, if I was to attend a more formal gathering, like a dinner party (where guests usually bring some wine or beer or whatever TO SHARE) and there were leftovers, I would feel obliged to leave what was brought to be shared.

04 Dec 2012 08:21 AM
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icepriestess     
FTSFA: Police said Robinson became "enraged over him taking the final beer" and began punching and kicking Gallone, who then emptied the beer onto the floor.

Well I guess he deserved it then. That's a double party-foul.

04 Dec 2012 08:23 AM
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MrHappyRotter     

Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: MrHappyRotter: Meh, beer is over rated, and this current fad in the U.S. will be replaced with something else in short order. Then in a decade or two, beer will be the new hot thing again.

[i1247.photobucket.com image 517x595]

First off overrated looks like that, second, BEER WILL NEVER BE A FAD!

/Beer is LIFE!


Sorry, when I see grannies going into the local beer shops or complimenting me when I'm checking out and happen to have the only half decent beer that the grocery store stocks, it's pretty clear that beer is roughly equivalent to the Wii.

04 Dec 2012 08:27 AM
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aNihilV10L8tr     
Se ya have you "for share" beers and your "for keeps" beers. Whenever at a party it is required to bring some shiattyy lite beers (bud lite, miller lite, natty lite) and place them in a common area, and also have your own stash in a separate area.

04 Dec 2012 08:27 AM
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eas81     

saboisgod: AverageAmericanGuy: Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.

Ehhhh, depends. When we partied in as kids, we would take whatever was left over from the alcohol we brought. If I brought a case to a party and had 6 left when it tome to leave, you could bet your bottom dollar I was bringing a sixer home with me.

OTOH, if I was to attend a more formal gathering, like a dinner party (where guests usually bring some wine or beer or whatever TO SHARE) and there were leftovers, I would feel obliged to leave what was brought to be shared.


Yes when you were broke and barely scraping by hell yea i'm taking what i brought back. Now if i take a case and there is something left unless the host is dumping it on me it stays.

04 Dec 2012 08:27 AM
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Your Company's Computer Guy     
A girl who loves beer as much as I do. *swoon*

04 Dec 2012 08:31 AM
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Cerebral Knievel    [TotalFark]  

saboisgod: AverageAmericanGuy: Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.

Ehhhh, depends. When we partied in as kids, we would take whatever was left over from the alcohol we brought. If I brought a case to a party and had 6 left when it tome to leave, you could bet your bottom dollar I was bringing a sixer home with me.

OTOH, if I was to attend a more formal gathering, like a dinner party (where guests usually bring some wine or beer or whatever TO SHARE) and there were leftovers, I would feel obliged to leave what was brought to be shared.


I regard that as proper etiquette. Depends on the nature of the gathering.

04 Dec 2012 08:42 AM
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saboisgod     

eas81: saboisgod: AverageAmericanGuy: Seriously though. How the fark are you going to bring beer over and then take it back home with you?

That's Miss Manners lesson number farking one right there. Whatever food or drink gift you brought to your hosts' house, you are obliged to leave.

Ehhhh, depends. When we partied in as kids, we would take whatever was left over from the alcohol we brought. If I brought a case to a party and had 6 left when it tome to leave, you could bet your bottom dollar I was bringing a sixer home with me.

OTOH, if I was to attend a more formal gathering, like a dinner party (where guests usually bring some wine or beer or whatever TO SHARE) and there were leftovers, I would feel obliged to leave what was brought to be shared.

Yes when you were broke and barely scraping by hell yea i'm taking what i brought back. Now if i take a case and there is something left unless the host is dumping it on me it stays.


I guess what I was trying to say is, "it depends on the type of gathering." Maybe that's just me though. Something formal? Leave the leftovers. Not formal (as in BYOB)? I'm takin' 'em with me. Especially if it happens to be Jameson. If there's sharing, like a pot-luck, it becomes the property of the party. If you're expected to only consume what you've brought with you, it remains yours.

Like I said, maybe it's just me (and most the people I hang out with).

04 Dec 2012 09:07 AM
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saboisgod     

MrHappyRotter: Krowdaddy Chixdiggit: MrHappyRotter: Meh, beer is over rated, and this current fad in the U.S. will be replaced with something else in short order. Then in a decade or two, beer will be the new hot thing again.

[i1247.photobucket.com image 517x595]

First off overrated looks like that, second, BEER WILL NEVER BE A FAD!

/Beer is LIFE!

Sorry, when I see grannies going into the local beer shops or complimenting me when I'm checking out and happen to have the only half decent beer that the grocery store stocks, it's pretty clear that beer is roughly equivalent to the Wii.


Lol! Yeah, beer is totally a fad, like the Wii. The Wii has been popular, what, maybe 5-10 years? Beer has been popular for what, 500-1000+ years?

What else are fads to you? Automobiles? Space exploration?

When you see grannies buying halfway decent beer, it probably means she likes somewhat decent beer. Or she likes really good beer but can't afford it or that the store doesn't have it.

04 Dec 2012 09:16 AM
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darwinpolice     
""Whenever you're talking about an individual that has a knife and they're wielding it in another person's direction..."

Jesus Christ, could this guy possibly talk any more like a douchebag cop?

04 Dec 2012 09:33 AM
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FTDA     

wrenchboy: They were debating whether the beer had great taste or less filling?


/subtle?


Do be do be do!

04 Dec 2012 09:59 AM
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The Smails Kid     

darwinpolice: ""Whenever you're talking about an individual that has a knife and they're wielding it in another person's direction..."

Jesus Christ, could this guy possibly talk any more like a douchebag cop?


"...I figure she isn't out collecting for the Red Cross."

04 Dec 2012 10:03 AM
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Snarfangel     
2.bp.blogspot.com

04 Dec 2012 01:43 PM
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RobSeace    [TotalFark]  

saboisgod: Beer has been popular for what, 500-1000+ years?


Try closer to 7000+ years...

04 Dec 2012 03:57 PM
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saboisgod     

RobSeace: saboisgod: Beer has been popular for what, 500-1000+ years?

Try closer to 7000+ years...


Well then... that just adds more weight to my argument that beer isn't a fad. Thanks. I knew it had to be at least a 1000 years; 500-1000+ years looked better when comparing it to 5-10 years of the Wii's popularity.

04 Dec 2012 04:16 PM
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saboisgod     
Well then... that just adds more weight to my argument that beer isn't a fad. Thanks. I knew it had to be at least a 1000 years; 500-1000+ years looked better when comparing it to 5-10 years of the Wii's popularity.

04 Dec 2012 04:17 PM
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