Anonymous No.670088283 used to regularly use classmates as sentry guns in elementary school. The situation basically went like this each time: > Be me in elementary school, circa 1991 > Go to the bathroom during second recess, shortly after lunch ended > Bide my time in a toilet stall > Wait until a line of 3 or more kids are using the urinals > Target the one that just started peeing, less likely chance he'll stop > Run up behind him, simultaneously knee him in the ass and grab him by the shoulders > Kid can't stop peeing > Can control direction of piss stream by moving his shoulders left and right > Use him as a sentry gun to fire piss at other students > Run away when piss stream begins to weaken I did it randomly a few times each month and nobody ever did anything about me.
G!__ Louisiana State Police mine te On January 30, 2021, shortly before 130 pm Troopers conducted traffic January 30, stop 2021, on a SUV for a traffic violation pm., on Interstate 10 eastbound near milepost 101, in Lafayette Parish. Trooper "Jack" indicated a positive alert on the vehicle. The search resulted in the seizure of approximately 18 pounds of methamphetamine concealed in the cargo area. The driver was placed under arrest and subsequently booked at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center on the appropriate charges. Cammante 21Charac Mw @ oO =
June 27, 2020 Dear Sara, This is a little bit awkward. But I've waited a really long time to pass this on to you. My wife and I came in for haircuts shortly before Christmas of last year. My wife was suffering from dementia, and you treated her as if you'd been working with dementia patients all your life. You let us sit next to each other, and when it came time for her cut you turned her chair towards me so I could watch her expression as you cut her hair, It turned out even better than I thought it would. Sadly, she died in March. And that haircut was one of the last, best moments of her life. She felt so pretty. She visited the mirror in her bathroom several times during the day and would come out beaming. To see her so happy was priceless. Looking back, it was likely one of dozens of haircuts you gave that day. But one which revitalized a woman's sense of self and her singular beauty. I hope you always realize the power of your profession. It's so easy to take things like that for granted. Sincerely, A grateful customer