Dipshidiots of the day (not to mention cowards): Attackers post video of assault on disabled victim’s Facebook page

                                                         Coward Nikey Dashone Walker

 Coward Shadeed Dontae Bey

 

                  

Two men a sheriff labeled “cowards” stole a cellphone from a suburban Detroit man with cerebral palsy, beat him, recorded the assault on his cellphone and posted it to his Facebook page, authorities said.

Nikey Dashone Walker and Shadeed Dontae Bey were arrested following the Sunday morning attack in a stairwell at the 23-year-old victim’s apartment complex in Pontiac, the Oakland County sheriff’s department said.

“Preying on those in our community who suffer from disabilities will not be tolerated and furthermore, to have the audacity to post their actions on the victim’s page is beyond belief,” Sheriff Michael Bouchard said in a statement. Police have released video of the attack.

Authorities have not released the name of the victim, but Frankie Santana, a resident at the complex, told WJBK-TV that he was the man who was assaulted.

“Why would they do that and put it on Facebook? That’s how you are going to get caught real quickly,” Santana said.

Bouchard credited the work of his investigators for bringing “these two cowards to justice.”



The 20-year-old suspects were arraigned Tuesday on charges including assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, and ordered held on $25,000 bond ahead of a Dec. 8 court date. If convicted, they could be sent to prison for 10 years.

The men didn’t yet have lawyers on record to comment on the case, according to a check of 50th District Court records on Wednesday.

Santana said the men spit and stomped on him, injuring an eye, but that “nothing is broke.” He said he had seen one of the men before, but suspected that they snuck into the apartment complex.

“I crawled through the hallway and knocked on someone’s door and that’s how I got help,” Santana told the TV station.

Investigators responding to a report of the assault said they were told the suspects also posted the video to their own Facebook pages. The victim’s phone, which was taken while he was inside his apartment, was found at the home of one of the suspects, the department said.

The Associated Press sent a message for the sheriff’s department spokesman for information on how the men entered Santana’s home.

Cerebral palsy is a brain disorder that can affect movement, posture and muscle coordination.

Did I mention these fucktards are cowards?

Finally someone with some balls…….

Fed Up University President “This is Not a Daycare”



It’s finally happened.  A college president, faced with whining students who are offended by….well…….everything, has written a letter to the entire student body.  (Some of which I presume will offend some students) He reminds them they are in college and that perhaps the reason they feel bad is a little thing known as a conscience.  Dr Everett Piper of Oklahoma Wesleyan University explained what their purpose and his is at the university.

Here is his letter in it’s entirety:

Dr. Everett Piper, President

This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” by a sermon on the topic of 1 Corinthians 13. It appears that this young scholar felt offended because a homily on love made him feel bad for not showing love! In his mind, the speaker was wrong for making him, and his peers, feel uncomfortable.

 

I’m not making this up. Our culture has actually taught our kids to be this self-absorbed and narcissistic! Any time their feelings are hurt, they are the victims! Anyone who dares challenge them and, thus, makes them “feel bad” about themselves, is a “hater,” a “bigot,” an “oppressor,” and a “victimizer.”

I have a message for this young man and all others who care to listen. That feeling of discomfort you have after listening to a sermon is called a conscience! An altar call is supposed to make you feel bad! It is supposed to make you feel guilty! The goal of many a good sermon is to get you to confess your sins—not coddle you in your selfishness. The primary objective of the Church and the Christian faith is your confession, not your self-actualization!

 

So here’s my advice:

If you want the chaplain to tell you you’re a victim rather than tell you that you need virtue, this may not be the university you’re looking for. If you want to complain about a sermon that makes you feel less than loving for not showing love, this might be the wrong place.

If you’re more interested in playing the “hater” card than you are in confessing your own hate; if you want to arrogantly lecture, rather than humbly learn; if you don’t want to feel guilt in your soul when you are guilty of sin; if you want to be enabled rather than confronted, there are many universities across the land (in Missouri and elsewhere) that will give you exactly what you want, but Oklahoma Wesleyan isn’t one of them.

At OKWU, we teach you to be selfless rather than self-centered. We are more interested in you practicing personal forgiveness than political revenge. We want you to model interpersonal reconciliation rather than foment personal conflict. We believe the content of your character is more important than the color of your skin. We don’t believe that you have been victimized every time you feel guilty and we don’t issue “trigger warnings” before altar calls.

Oklahoma Wesleyan is not a “safe place”, but rather, a place to learn: to learn that life isn’t about you, but about others; that the bad feeling you have while listening to a sermon is called guilt; that the way to address it is to repent of everything that’s wrong with you rather than blame others for everything that’s wrong with them. This is a place where you will quickly learn that you need to grow up!

This is not a day care. This is a university!

The changes from then to now…….

Today. 60 years ago. Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on the bus. This is the police report. She was not a tired old lady. She was part of a coordinated effort. Four days later, African Americans in Montgomery would begin boycotting the busses in an effort that lasted more than a year.

A woman who stood up for herself and did not need to burn a city down to get what she wanted.

Marlins offer Barry Bonds hitting instructors job……….

It may look and smell like a publicity stunt, and it sure has been easy to poke fun at the Miami Marlins over the years, but you want to know the truth?

Hiring Barry Bonds to be a hitting coach could be a stroke of genius.

The Marlins are on the verge of reaching an agreement with the controversial home-run king to become their new hitting coach, splitting duties with Frank Menechino, two people with direct knowledge of the discussions told USA TODAY Sports.

The Marlins have offered Bonds the job, and barring a last-minute change of heart, Bonds plans on accepting it, the two people told USA TODAY Sports on condition of anonymity because the negotiations are ongoing.

Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria has been a staunch supporter of Bonds for many years, including when the slugger broke Hank Aaron’s home run record in 2007 amid allegations of steroid use. But Bonds has backing beyond the owner, with new manager Don Mattingly and Menechino, who each have spoken to Bonds in recent weeks, on board with the move.

Bonds, 51, who was a guest hitting instructor in the San Francisco Giants’ spring-training camp two years ago, has been open to returning to the game as a full-time coach. He was hoping it would be in the Bay Area, where he has lived since selling his Los Angeles mansion for $22 million last year.

“I know the game of baseball,” Bonds told USA TODAY Sports this year. “I know hitting. And I know it better than anybody.”

The hiring would draw enormous scrutiny and a fair amount of criticism given Bonds’ link to steroids. Then again, he never tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. And the federal appeals court in April overturned his felony conviction for obstructing justice for the testimony he gave before a federal grand jury about his connection to PEDs produced by the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative (BALCO).

Really, with the exception of Hall of Fame voters, baseball has been able to forgive many of those tainted by PED use.

Matt Williams was identified as an alleged doper in former Senator George Mitchell’s 2007 report on PED use in Major League Baseball but later went on to manage the Washington Nationals for two years.

Mark McGwire, who acknowledged that he used PEDs, had stints as the hitting coach with the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Even New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez, who was suspended for the 2014 seasons for PED use, is back in good graces with Commissioner Rob Manfred.

So why shouldn’t Bonds be welcomed back?

Bonds, his former teammates and peers will tell you, is a hitting genius considered one of the smartest players ever,

The biggest question was whether Bonds would really want to have a full-time role in baseball with the grueling hours and strenuous life as a hitting coach.

Yet, twice divorced and with his kids now grown, Bonds may be looking for a new challenge. A cycling enthusiast, you can only ride a bike up and down the hills of San Francisco until it’s time for something else.

Now, he has it.

Sure, it may be a spectacle at first, just another sideshow that has become part of the Marlins’ fabric. It won’t last. Bonds won’t let it. He won’t sit down and answer questions about his past at every stop on the Marlins’ circuit. He never did as a player, so he’s not about to start now.

The way Bonds sees it is no different than the way he described Rodriguez’s comeback in an interview with USA TODAY Sports.

“This guy is not running for president of the United States,” Bonds said. “He’s not running for commissioner. We’re not running for political office. We’re just ballplayers.

“We’re not God. We’re imperfect people. We’re human beings.”

Now, eight years after Bonds last played, believing that baseball colluded against him when no one offered him a job after hitting 28 homers with a .480 on-base percentage in 2007, a team finally is ready to embrace him again.

Who knows what impact Bonds will have on the Marlins, but after eight long years, it’s about time baseball welcomed him back.