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13 Jun 2012
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*******gags.justforlaughs**** | Subscribe: ******* The man at the film counter takes the customer's roll of 35mm film that has been brought in to be developed, and pulls it out to show them that there's nothing on the film! For the kids who have no idea what is going on: That is a big NO-NO... It exposes the film and wipes away any chance of recovering cherished memories captured by the camera! Ah, the good old days! A presentation of Hidden Camera Classics, the official Just For Laughs YouTube channel from the 70s and 80s! These pranks are from the series known as "Just Kidding" and "Only Joking." Some of the funniest, greatest, most amazing, most hilarious... and some terrible, hidden camera pranks from the past! Visit our other channels: Just Kidding Pranks: ***********/JustKiddingPranks JustForLaughsTV: ***********/gags Social Animal? Here are a few interesting links: Twitter: *******twitter****/JFLGags Facebook:*******facebook****/jflgags P
11 Nov 2012
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Whether you’re being accused of indecent exposure or domestic violence, turn to the Law Office of Howard A Snader, and feel confident knowing that we’ll fight for your rights. We’re a board certified expert in criminal law and have extensive trial experience. We offer payment plans and so much more, so don’t hesitate. Law Office of Howard A Snader, Call Us Now! Law Office of Howard A Snader (480) 359-2977 5108 N 40th St., Ste. 2 Phoenix, AZ 85018 www.notcriminal****
10 Feb 2012
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A 24-year-old man bared all while streaking through a political event for President Obama. The man said he was paid one million-dollars to do it.
14 Oct 2010
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Jim Morrison as you've never seen him... Clean cut and dressed in a suit. Morrison briefly attended FSU (before going to UCLA Film School) and participated in this promotional video for the college. Within a year after this, he would meet The Doors' keyboardist, Ray Manzarek, and the rest is history. NOTE: The next time Jim would be back in Florida is 5 years later (1969) at the infamous Miami concert where he would be charged with indecent exposure and reckless behavior. :)
1 Jan 2009
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Exposure Events is young company that provides different services on single platform like Flowers, chocolate, photography and videography.
*******www.instablogs****/ Mexico’s hopes in President Obama Mexico has great hope in President-elect Barack Obama. We have hopes of not only renewing, but strengthening the neighboring relationship between us. There are three main areas that are need of desperate solutions and bilateral efforts: Drug trafficking, economy, and immigration. We are hoping for more active involvement in our war on drugs: assisting Border States and combating gun smuggling from the United States to Mexico. As for economy, we hope to continue NAFTA and work jointly in other aspects such as energy and oil. We hope a fair solution for the Mexican immigrants who reside in the United States and seek defining laws in which to regulate safe, fair, and legal migration opportunities. Tags: President Barack Obama, Mexico drug cartel, drug trafficking, immigration, President Felipe Calderon, Mexico, Instablogs New Zealand Crime Tax New Zealand’s government today announced the introduction of the crime tax a $50 fine on every person convicted of crime that will be used for victim support. Victim maintenance is a surprised move but the opposition party called it a pure piece of political theatre that would do little for victims. Justice Spokesperson Annette king also said that the scale will be expensive and bureaucratic. Maori party leader Tariana Turia also said that under the plan low-level offenders might end up subsidizing the fund for serious offenders which would be rather unfair. Tags: crime tax, victim, New Zealand, Instablogs Female Sexual exploitation in Kenya Kenyan men’s lack of shame has hit a new low with reports that they are sexually molesting females within the safe confines of HIV testing and counseling cubicles. An extreme case involves rape of a woman client at a VCT centre. Cases abound of female counselors being pinned to walls or subjected to indecent exposure by male clients. According to a VCT Director, sexual molestation of females is not restricted to VCTs alone but is widespread in the health care delivery system especially among ENT surgeons, gynaecologists and clinical officers. An abstract by Oxford university press says that while abuse occurs from client to counselor, from counselor to client and from counselor to counselor, in all cases the person suffering abuse was female. This is the third major scientific study this decade to blame Kenyan men for wholesome violence against women. Tags: HIV AIDS, VCT centre, sexual exploitation, female molestation, violence against women, Kenya, Instablogs
23 Jan 2009
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ALL law enforcement officers in this State who place a person under arrest for a DWI violation (N.J.S.A. 39:4-50) are required to use the attached April 26, 2004 revised Standard Statement. Officers who place a person under arrest for a CDL/DWI violation (N.J.S.A. 39:3-10.13) or operating a vessel while intoxicated (OVWI) violation (N.J.S.A. 12:7-46) are to continue to use the Standard Statements for those offenses, as revised effective February 1, 2001. Please note, however, that the content of the Standard Statements cannot be altered or changed in any manner, and cannot be translated to any other language."If the police officer reads an out dated statement, or does not read the statement "word for word", the refusal must be dismissed. The Appellate Division in State v Kayes reversed the Refusal where officer read outdated statement. State v. Kayes (App. Div. decided October 19, 2004). A-759-03T3, unreportedConvictions for refusing to submit to chemical tests and indecent exposure by urinating in public reversed; because the police officer read an outdated standardized refusal statement to the defendant, his conviction for refusing to submit to a chemical test was reversed; the officer's failure to sign the complaint did not require the dismissal of the urinating in public charge because the statute of limitations under the ordinance was one year and because the direction of the Municipal Court to the officer to sign the complaint cured the defect within the limitations period; however, the State failed to satisfy its burden of establishing indecent exposure or an act in a public place within the meaning of the ordinance where the defendant did not expose himself to anyone other than a consenting passenger in his car and where he had taken precautions to ensure that he would not be seen by pulling several feet off the road into a dark parking lot and by standing behind his car. Source: NJ Facts-on-Call Order No. 17186. In 2001, the Attorney General previously issued a "Revised DMV Standard (Refusal) Statements". The Attorney General's Office wrote:"In accordance with an amendment to N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.4a (P.L. 1999, c.185, 5) and to conform to a recommendation of the Supreme Court in State v. Widmaier, 157 N.J. 475, 498-499 (1999), the Standard Statements (commonly referred to as the "Refusal" statement), which must be read toevery person arrested for a DWI violation under the provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, or for a DWI in a commercial motor vehicle violation under the provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:3-10.13, have been revised. These revisions, as adopted by the Acting Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles, will become effective .........By law (N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.2(e); N.J.S.A. 39:3-10.24e), a standard statement prepared by the Director of DMV is required to be read to every person arrested by the police, based upon the officer's reasonable suspicion to believe that the person may have been operating a vehicle (N.J.S.A. 39:4-50) or a commercial motor vehicle (N.J.S.A. 39:3-10.13) while under the influence of alcohol or with a blood alcohol concentration at, or above, the per se level.In State v. Widmaier, the Supreme Court recommended that the language of the supplemental or additional paragraph of the standard statement be simplified and clarified. Subsequent to that opinion, the Legislature adopted a substantive change in the penalties to be imposed by a court for a DWI refusal upon a finding that a defendant refused to submit to breath testing, in an amendment to N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.4a.2 As a result of these two independent actions, a comprehensive review all of the standard statements in use in this State was undertaken, and as a result, revisions were proposed and adopted for each one. Effective Thursday, February 1, 2001, all law enforcement officers in this State who place a person under arrest for a DWI violation (N.J.S.A. 39:4-50) or for a DWI in a commercial motor vehicle (CDL/DWI) violation (N.J.S.A. 39:3-10.13) are required to use the attached revised Standard Statement applicable to the offense charged. All preceding Standard (Refusal) Statements will no longer be valid after that date. Since these revisions do not become effective until Thursday, February 1, 2001, each law enforcement agency will have sufficient time to arrange for the reproduction and distribution of the new statements to all personnel and stations. Please note, however, that the content of the attached Standard Statements cannot be altered or changed in any manner, and cannot be translated to any other language. "KENNETH VERCAMMEN & ASSOCIATES, PCATTORNEY AT LAW2053 Woodbridge Ave.Edison, NJ 08817(Phone) 732-572-0500(Fax) 732-572-0030 website: www.njlaws****
2 Jul 2009
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*******simurl****/keflah - Is it legal to breastfeed in public? - Do I have to cover my breasts while breastfeeding in public? - How is breastfeeding in public different from indecent exposure? - Does my boss have to allow me to breastfeed at work? - Where can I breastfeed in public? - What locations should I avoid while breastfeeding in public? - Can I breastfeed on an airplane? - Do I have to go to a room designated for nursing? - Is breastfeeding in public a feminist cause? Corky Harvey & Wendy Haldeman - Board Certified Lactation Consultants/Co-Owners of The Pump Station & Nurtury™ *******www.pumpstation****/pumpstation/dept.asp?s_id=0&dept_id=3573 .
26 Nov 2009
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- Is it legal to breastfeed in public? - Do I have to cover my breasts while breastfeeding in public? - How is breastfeeding in public different from indecent exposure? - Does my boss have to allow me to breastfeed at work? - Where can I breastfeed in public? - What locations should I avoid while breastfeeding in public? - Can I breastfeed on an airplane? - Do I have to go to a room designated for nursing? - Is breastfeeding in public a feminist cause? Corky Harvey & Wendy Haldeman - Board Certified Lactation Consultants/Co-Owners of The Pump Station & Nurtury™ *******www.pumpstation****/pumpstation/ .
30 Nov 2009
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Hi . My name is V. Iyer. I am the founder of Iyer Law Office, LLC , a premier and effective and successful criminal and dui defense law firm in Denver, Colorado. We get you the results you want As a former Colorado state prosecutor I fully understand and have the expertise to help you navigate the criminal justice system. Our areas of emphasis is in helping people charged with any crime such as: DUI, DWAI, Domestic Violence, Drugs, Child Abuse or Neglect, Harassment, Disorderly Conduct, Menacing, Reckless Endangerment, False Imprisonment, Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass, Defacing property, Tampering, Auto Theft, Theft, Embezzlement, Fraud, White Collar Crimes, Identity Theft, Forgery, Check or Credit Card Fraud, Financial Crimes, Assault, Battery, Robbery, Burglary (Breaking and Entry), Arson, Kidnapping, Murder, Manslaughter, Negligent Homicide, Vehicular Homicide, Vehicular Assault, Vehicular Eluding, Animal Cruelty, Resisting Arrest, Obstruction, False Reporting, Impersonation, Perjury, Extortion, Violation of Protection Orders, Violation of Custody or parental orders, Sex Crimes, Internet or Computer Crimes, Habitual Offender Crimes, Juvenile Crimes, Bribery, Counterfeiting, Abortion, Bigamy, Incest, Harboring a Minor, Contribution to Delinquency of Minor, Elder Abuse, Prostitution, Indecent Exposure, Public Indecency, Child Prostitution, Escape, Hostage taking, Rioting, Intimidating Victim or Witness, Influencing Public Official, Tampering, Retaliation, Bias or hatred crimes, Wiretapping or Eavesdropping, Animal Fighting, Discharge of Weapon, Gun or Weapon Crimes, dangerous Weapons Crimes, Defaced Weapons, Weapon Possession by Felons, Pawn Broker Crimes, Organized Crimes, Racketeering, Treason, Sedition, Insurrections, and all types of traffic cases I NEVER GIVE UP. I NEVER LIKE TO LOSE, and I know to get you the results you want there is only one way to get there….by my hard work for you. I leave no stone unturned to solve your legal problems. It is very important to me that I achieve results for my clients, one client at a time. Every client is very important. I remember my father always telling me that trust is more precious than anything and everything in the world, and never betray anyone’s trust. I live and work by this code. The most important thing to do when you are arrested for or charged with a crime is to remain quiet and call for help. Talking to or making any statements to the police will only make things worse. That is why you call an attorney; let me do the speaking for you. I act as a filter between law enforcement and our clients. What I say to the police as your attorney can never be used against you; however such is not the same for what you say to law enforcement. All attorneys are not the same, you want an attorney that cares for you and your outcome. Our strategies are designed and tailored to get you the best possible results. We understand what facts are needed to obtain your objectives. By working hard and knowing the prosecutors and judges, they trust the facts we present can be relied upon to obtain the desired results. We serve all Municipal, State and Federal Courts in Colorado, such as Denver, Adams, Broomfield, Gilpin, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Jefferson, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Fremont, Pueblo, Weld, Larimer, Douglas and El Paso counties, as well as the greater Denver-Metro area. We provide smart, sensible, and result-oriented defense. I NEVER GIVE UP. I NEVER LIKE TO LOSE. Protect your life, liberty and future. Call us today! We look forward to working with you to find the best solution to your legal matter. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
15 Aug 2010
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. He’s famously known for making prison inmates wear striped jumpsuits with pink underwear. Now, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has come up with a new, digital plan to discourage would-be criminals -- a contest called “Mugshot of the Day.” CARA LIU, REPORTER, VOICE OVER: “It’s Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s latest publicity stunt. On his website, you can now vote for your favorite mugshot.” Sheriff JOE ARPAIO: “We decided to draw more people to our web, and we do, if you want to go on the hits, we do 800,000 a day.” CARA LIU, REPORTER, VOICE OVER: “The photo that gets the most votes becomes ‘Mugshot of the Day.’” (KPHO) Arpaio also says the contest will highlight the work of his employees. Critics say, at the very least, it’s a project of poor taste. DONNA LEONE HAMM, MIDDLE GROUND PRISON REFORM: “It has a buffoonish quality to it. It’s just -- it’s a circus. And he’s good at circuses. How does that feel if you’re a victim of one of those crimes and you see people voting because the alleged perpetrator is on the website and somehow is voted as what? Being attractive? Being not attractive?” (KSAZ) A blogger for the Arizona Daily Star notes, those in the pictures can suffer too. He did a little digging, and reports his findings on one of the women on the mugshot leaderboard. “As of this writing, Barbara Cyran's mugshot has received 447 votes and ranks in second place. Cyran, 48, was booked into jail Saturday, accused of indecent exposure. ... A simple check of Maricopa County court records shows that less than two years ago, Cyran was declared mentally incompetent and was ordered into mental-health treatment.” That woman’s mugshot was later taken down, but her picture still appears in several news reports and website screenshots. (Video: KPHO, Image: MikeCornelison****) A columnist for The Arizona Republic adds a little context to the story, arguing the contest punishes alleged criminals before they ever reach a courtroom -- but considering Arpaio’s history, it’s not surprising. “Innocent until proven guilty. Isn't that the American way? Only sometimes, apparently. ... It's cruel and grotesque. It's hypocritical. It's… what we've come to expect.” Finally, Arizona’s KNXV airs out public opinion -- uncovering some strong support for Arpaio’s methods. SUSAN CASPER, ANCHOR, VOICE OVER: “I say go for it. They’re the ones that got themselves arrested, publicity!” SUSAN CASPER, ANCHOR, VOICE OVER: “I’m a firm believer in you play, you pay, so if you think the idea is humiliating, don’t get into trouble... period.” KIRK YUHNKE, ANCHOR, VOICE OVER: “How about a night at the Hilton? How about a pat on the back and being told it’s okay for shooting someone or selling drugs, or whatever? I say we make it as absolutely unpleasant as possible so these criminals will get it together and straighten up.” The “Mugshot of the Day” site also lets visitors vote on whether the contest should even exist -- and so far, the overwhelming response is “Yes.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
23 Apr 2011
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We have heard that a Hyderabad court has ordered the filing of an FIR (First Information Report) against Vidya Balan for indecent exposure on the posters of The Dirty Picture.
12 Dec 2011
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