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Bambi’s Got a Gun

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The Smoking Gun reported a story about a bad decision by some Texas cops.  Evidently, they couldn’t resist getting some pictures of a local waitress with big guns.  Meaning, they gave her a big gun… not like her OWN guns were all that big.  They may have been… not that she even owns any guns.


Judging from the picture, I can’t really fault their judgment:

Look closely at the name tag

Look closely at the name tag

Written by Kyle

August 21st, 2009 at 3:15 pm

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Your Life is Not That Bad

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TheSmokingGun – Trio Swapped Kids For Bird

Piece of Trash A with a bird is contacted by Pieces of Trash B and C who have two kids.  Pieces of Trash B and C want to swap the two kids for the one bird.  Evidently recognizing that they may not be getting the better end of this deal, Pieces of Trash B and C ask for $175 in addition to the bird.  Piece of Trash A finds this acceptable.

The two kids are 4 and 5 years old and their mother (Piece of Trash D) is a criminal fugitive and they’ve been bouncing from home to home over “several years”.  Currently, they’ve in possession of Piece of Trash B, “a convicted pedophile with a lengthy rap sheet.”

I’ve been kind of pissed that I’m 3 months overdue for my annual review and corresponding pay increase, but I think I’ll just STFU today and give my son a hug.

Written by Kyle

February 26th, 2009 at 12:56 pm

If You’re Angry and You Know It, Stamp Your Face

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Ever since I started checking out the weekly round up of mug shots on The Smoking Gun, I’ve become somewhat obsessed with facial tattoos.  Or rather, more to the point, with the people who choose to get them.  What trials and tribulations in a person’s life leads them to that crossroad where they look left and chuckle to themselves in amusement, look right and think deep in the recesses of their alcohol soaked mind that there could possibly be a day where they might regret being totally unable to hide their tattoo choice, and finally just decide to go straight on ahead with, “You know what?  Today is the rest of my life.  Nothing will ever be so different as to make this a bad idea.”

Consider, if you will, exhibit A:


I mean… come on, really?  Was there truly, absolutely no hope in this man to give him pause that fateful day?


Written by Kyle

February 10th, 2009 at 12:59 pm