Outside the Norm

23 03 2015



“I can’t even believe we have somebody like that that stays in the neighborhood because we don’t usually have those type of problems around here,” said Tijuana Moore, who lives near Union Motors.

Sure, because a part of the city with a lot of murders, armed robberies and aggravated assaults is the last place where one would expect to find some old perv trying to molest boys.

Because It’s So Important for the Environment

20 03 2015



This, and other pictures of the most oblivious people of St. Louis.

If you attended this protest today and are reading these words, I want to make one thing perfectly clear:  I’m laughing at you, not with you.


Making the News Fit

20 03 2015

St. Louis County

First story, goes like this:  People don’t want to be cops like the used to.  Because they’re worried about doing the right thing and defending their lives against a cigarillo-swiping GENTILIVS GIANTIVUS, then having to spend the rest of their lives in hiding.  So, departments everywhere are lowering their standards.

Second story, goes like this:  County Browns want more blacks.  And don’t mind any of this gibberish about standards; other than the “no felony” thing and maybe the “21 years old” thing, they’re willing to overlook everything else if you don’t pass.  Just be black.  That’s all that matters.  It says this recruiting session is “open to all genders,” but then the transphobic SLCPD lists the theoretical physical qualifications for only two genders, when any idiot on Facebook can tell you that there are 58 genders (*).  Get ready for a barrage of hate from Tumblr SJWs.

(*) – If you are genderfluid and plan to go to this recruitment event for the SLCPD, I suggest that you fluid yourself to a woman that day so you can be compared to the easier set of running, sit-up and push-up standards, just in case they do take the fitness test seriously.

What’s Missing?

19 03 2015

Chocolate City St. Louis


STL expands Neighborhood Alliance to help reduce crime


Neighborhood Alliance has been in place for two years in parts of St. Louis’ Penrose, Hamilton Heights and Academy neighborhoods. Slay’s office says those areas have seen drops in gun crimes and homicides in that time.

Penrose experienced a 31% decrease in gun crimes and a 44% drop in homicides;

Hamilton Heights saw a 35% decrease in gun crimes and a 25% drop in homicides;

Academy had a 30% decrease in gun crimes and a 50% drop in homicides.

Oh, I thought they meant National Alliance.  Well, that would work, too.

Anyway, what’s missing is that they don’t tell us the percentage increases in both “gun crimes” (I still hate that phrase) and homicides in other neighborhoods that occurred because the SLPD was playing whack-a-mole in Penrose, HH and Academy, all the while they were paying less attention to other neighborhoods, and the three whack-a-moled neighborhoods’ Bellcurvii all skeedaddled elsewhere.


The Neighborhood Alliance model is based on the CeaseFire Initiative used in Chicago.

That sound you hear is True News USA and Second City Cop doing this:


Kipp To My Lou

19 03 2015

Jefferson City

Easy button time:

SLPS mucks are in Jefferson City asking the General Assembly to let them become KIPP style de facto orphanages.

Because that which didn’t work out so well the first time, and is now pretty much universally panned, is that which we have to try again.



18 03 2015

Chocolate City St. Louis

Why should I care?

Joe Mokwa said I shouldn’t.


Another Day In Bell Curve City

18 03 2015

Chocolate City St. Louis

Here, and here.  We have a total of two dead and three others shot.

The first incident was evidently ook-on-ook rolling warfare that started on 44 and Hampton and made its way east to 9th and Park.  Interestingly, that’s very close to the Hickory Street murders of five years ago.


The victims in the rolling warfare have been IDed.  So of course the SLPD and the media show us pictures of four guns.



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