User Profile: Jeloman

Jeloman

Member Since: March 12, 2011

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  • July 13, 2014 at 10:47pm

    You are sick human being. I think most sane people agree surfer dude has some character flaws but if he chooses to surf and live at home with mom PART of the year (he also lives in CA) that’s his business. It does not make him out to be a criminal IF in fact he was defending himself from an aggressive person. You are just like the racist judgemnenbal scum.

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:44pm

    therefore he is guilty of something…. you are a sick bag of chains yourself

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:42pm

    Surfer Dude has ‘Zimmermanitis’… some major character flaws that must make him guilty of something.

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:40pm

    Did you watch the video or read any articles? That was Martone’s dog way back there on the sidewalk near where the initial incident happened. Oh yeah, despite the fact the video starts at this point there was an altercation over Pohan stepping over the dog. Pohan was walking away from that area and who was aggressively following him? Martone… and allegedly he wanted a fight and wasn’t letting Pohan go easily, even asking Pohan to throw the first punch. Why can’t you people see that???? It’s so obvious!!!! Well he got one and people blame Pohan only because the pavement caused a bad head injury. Pohan didn’t want to fight and got the heck out of there.

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:33pm

    This story is almost a smaller scale version of the Trayvon-Zimmerman story. Biased news media portrays what may actually be the real victim in a negative light. Alleged victim garners sympathy yet may be the actual aggressor. Victim has a minority status. Perpetrator is “white” and is not a model citizen himself.. no pun intended… has character flaws and therefore must be guilty of something. Story taken out of context… makes it only appear as a sucker punch. Had the story been “Buffed up bully gets what he was asking for…” opinions would be different. Yet because the pavement caused such a bad injury people feel sorry for Martone and excuse him or having any involvement in a situation he very much helped to create.

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:24pm

    dude you are joking, right? It’s a plastic bag containing some sort of white chain. And no, he didn’t hit him with the chain.

  • July 13, 2014 at 10:22pm

    A theory… he was alone. Victim was with at least one other. Victim was pretty buff… didn’t know how tough the guy was and didn’t want to find out. Was being “forced” into a fight and scared he was going to get his **** kicked. He wanted to walk away but the victim wasn’t allowing that. If he runs away, then he is a coward. Or maybe the buff dude is also fast and then really kicks his **** when he catches him. He didn’t want trouble but was scared and felt cornered. How do I separate myself from this situation. The dude is asking me to throw the first punch and I don’t want to stick around for a second one. So I am going to cold **** the guy to get some running distance. Had no idea his punch would knock the guy out and that the pavement would cause the injury. He looks back as he runs because he thinks the guy is going to chase after him.

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  • July 13, 2014 at 10:22pm

    A theory… he was alone. Victim was with at least one other. Victim was pretty buff… didn’t know how tough the guy was and didn’t want to find out. Was being “forced” into a fight and scared he was going to get his **** kicked. He wanted to walk away but the victim wasn’t allowing that. If he runs away, then he is a coward. Or maybe the buff dude is also fast and then really kicks his **** when he catches him. He didn’t want trouble but was scared and felt cornered. How do I separate myself from this situation. The dude is asking me to throw the first punch and I don’t want to stick around for a second one. So I am going to cold **** the guy to get some running distance. Had no idea his punch would knock the guy out and that the pavement would cause the injury. He looks back as he runs because he thinks the guy is going to chase after him.

  • June 14, 2014 at 10:56am

    yeah yeah… same story as that pet deer in Michigan a couple of years ago. The “authorities” eventually ruled they could keep the deer. Move on…next story.

  • June 14, 2014 at 10:41am

    It looks like the caption confused bear meat with bear scat..

  • June 14, 2014 at 10:32am

    And the other thing… where are the parents of the kid claiming Ethan was spinning the pencil like a gun? That is the kid who needs a psych evaluation. Why aren’t her/his parents in the news for having raised a paranoid freak? Were they pushing for a suspension of Ethan? I am not defending the school’s actions but sometimes the administrators are “forced” to take these accusations seriously, in some cases for good reason (deter a potential school shooting) and in other cases in fear of lawsuit by morons.

  • June 14, 2014 at 10:24am

    I am beginning to think there must be more to these school stories. I have three kids kids enrolled in public elementary and jr high schools in an eastern suburb of Seattle. I have never witnessed or heard of anything even remotely similar to these horror stories happening here, in liberal Western Washington, like they seem to be occurring daily elsewhere. Are we getting only one side of the story?

  • [2] June 8, 2014 at 12:54pm

    I need advice. I work for a large insurance company. I like the company, my job, the corporate culture and the people who work there. It’s somewhat conservative by many standards. I am a single bread winning husband and father of middle and elementary school aged children. My company is a sponsor of a Pride parade. They have placed posters on the walls and banner ads on the company intranet site announcing their support and participation in the parade. Personally I am appalled. Have they not seen photos/video clips of the sexually deviant behavior that commonly takes place at these parades? Do I send them photos and ask them to re-consider? A lawsuit for harassment? Ignore it quietly to keep my job?

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  • [121] June 8, 2014 at 11:49am

    You forgot about the gay agenda. My 6th grader just completed “health” week and the curriculum dedicates a whole session to AIDS and HIV. Anything about Hepatitis, Type 2 diabetes, salmonella, e coli, herpes, HPV, etc. Nope… just a disease most commonly associated to gay sex. Yes, I know about the needles and other means of contracting HIV, and I am not saying dot address it… just that there are more common health risks to middle class kids than just AIDS.

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  • March 8, 2014 at 7:05pm

    Wait a minute! Why was this being videotaped as the girl was approaching the car??? Someone knew something was about to happen. Maybe put the girl to a dare or some gang initiation to show how brave she was? Then anyone notice how the girl moved in on the mom before the the mom clocked her? Not advocating violence but that girl showed little respect to the adult. There is more to this story.

  • February 17, 2014 at 1:43am

    Afraid to come out? Why? Fear the praise you will receive from throngs of fans, peers and Hollywood media for being brave… just like the thousands of Hollywood celebrities have done before you? Sorry Juno… you are no trailblazer on this issue. I am sick of gays making up this fear thing when all they is praise. It’s those that have a different moral view of homosexuality that have something to fear.

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  • [5] February 17, 2014 at 1:06am

    The problem is a racial one… not with the Conti’s, or even the kid doing the harrassing (white kids sexxually harass), but the school not confronting the black kid. I believe the school was in fear of being sued for racism and hoped the situation would just go away. The idiot black guy Evans that showed up at the news conference is a perfect example of how the black community continuously shifts blame and does not call their own to personal responsibility. We see this “rally around the black criminal” mentality in almost every major news story, even when the black perpetrator is obviously guilty. The school is afraid to take action, either because of the football program, or because they think Al and Jesse are going to show up at their doors screaming racism and telling everyone what a great kid this little $%56 Trayvon is.

  • December 8, 2013 at 11:18am

    News reports say the man is NOT crazy. He actually just came from the movie theatre where he watched a double feature of the movies “12 Years a Slave” and “The Butler”. Apparently this was a natural reaction.

  • October 13, 2013 at 10:38am

    I prefer this song played at our local high school’s football game:

    I got this feeling on the summer day when you were gone.
    I crashed my car into the bridge. I watched, I let it burn.
    I threw your **** into a bag and pushed it down the stairs.
    I crashed my car into the bridge.

    I don’t care, I love it.
    I don’t care.

  • August 25, 2013 at 1:18pm

    You do realize the mourners are in Australia….