you tried to sell parts dishonestly. You can't complain really. How did you not know they were bent?
No I didn't know they were bent. If I did, would I be offering half his money back with no hassle? Would I be doing everything I can to make sure this works out well for him? Shut the **** up. Why the hell are you even here? Oh wait, you got banned from the retard breeding grounds. You should be ******* banned anyways, you don't contribute anything and you dumb up this forum.
**** you. No one likes you anyways, you don't ever contribute anything. Make this a better place and leave.
Now that I think about it is kinda weird. Haha. Looked up nooses because I was curious to see if they had warnings and ****. And Chucky, I was looking up the barefoot bandit and some how I ended up searching for his bitch ***.
so i saw this headline first thing this morning and was a little surprised/confused:
Six teens drown trying to save each other
i read the article and was more surprised to read this:
None could swim
Marilyn Robinson, a friend of the families, watched helplessly as the children, five boys and a girl, went under, the Times reported. "None of us could swim," the 38-year-old told the newspaper. "They were yelling 'help me, help me. Somebody please help me.' It was nothing I could do but watch them drown one by one."
then i saw the picture and....i'm just going to say it: i was not confused any more.
Women who lost four men in St. Petersburg crash make emotional statements about tragedy
ORLANDO — Widows of the men killed in a St. Petersburg crash and other family members gave tearful and heart-wrenching statements in Orlando Tuesday morning, describing the men's accomplishments, their relationships and how they learned the horrific news as they waited at a beach house.
Roy McConnell, 51, sons Nathan, 24, and Kelly, 19, both of Orlando; and Elroy "Roy" McConnell III, 28, of Pineville, La., were killed after a driver ran a red light and crashed into their Ford Fusion, police said.
Police say 20-year-old Demetrius Jordan had been drinking and smoking marijuana when he slammed his Chevrolet Impala into the McConnells' car about 12:46 a.m. Sunday. He was going an estimated 80 mph in a 35 mph zone before the crash at Dr. Martin Luther King Street at 22nd Avenue North.
The four men were on their way back from a guys' movie night to a house the family rented for the weekend in Redington Beach.
Elroy McConnell's wife, Amy Voelker, and the rest of the family were waiting for the men at the beach house the night of the crash. Elroy III was married and had a 4-month-old son, Elroy McConnell IV. Nathan, an electrician, was married with a 2-year-old daughter. Kelly had just finished his freshman year at the University of Miami and had been dating the same woman for a year.
Nathan's wife described waking up at 4:30 Sunday morning and noticing the men weren't back from the movies. She woke up the other women, who called various police agencies and hospitals. Finally, she said, police showed up at the beach house.
Roy McConnell III's wife spoke out against drinking and driving and urged listeners to think about the tragedy before getting behind the wheel after a drink.
Funeral arrangements have not been announced.
Jordan, who was injured but survived, faces four counts of DUI manslaughter and other charges. He was held under guard Monday at Bayfront Medical Center. His passenger and cousin, Mario Robinson, 20, was seriously injured and remained at Bayfront.
A judge set Jordan's bail at $220,250 — $50,000 for each DUI manslaughter charge, $20,000 for a charge of DUI resulting in serious bodily injury and $250 for a misdemeanor.