A Few Photos To Remind You That Life Is Beautiful – Ned Hardy
20 Most Extreme Body Transformation for Movie Roles – Scribol
Cosplay costumes gone horribly wrong – Leenks
A nice collection of rumps to celebrate hump day – Bro My God
17 Most Crazy Celebrity Plastic Surgeries – Linkiest
Kim Davis Marriage Flowchart. Wait Till You See This! – Trending Views
A Campus Dealer Explains How the College Drug Economy Works – VICE
Katy Perry bent over on her hands and knees – Celeb Odor (nsfw)
Pastor Mentioned Ashley Madison in Suicide Note – Newser
Rashida Jones: Hottest Photos On The Internet – Coed
Jessica Simpson’s Top Looks Ready to Explode! – G-Celeb
Hump Day is a Happy Day (46 Photos) – Radass
The Most Shameless Product Placement in Movies – Ranker
Perfectly Timed Funny Pictures Taken at the Right Angle – Classy Bro
George Takei, one true king of Facebook, gives Kim Davis the smackdown – Happy Place
Prison Vs. Jail
In the State of New Jersey, if you are convicted of a crime that comes with jail time, you will
either serve that time in the county jail (in the county the charges were brought up in, not necessarily your county of residence), or a State facility. The difference basically comes down to how much time you’ve been sentenced to.
Anything less than 365 days will be served in the county jail. Anything 365 days or more will be served in a State facility. A lot of times, I see people confusing “jail,” and “prison.” This is the difference (at least in NJ).
Why are Mexican drug cartels so much more excessive in their brutality than their counterparts in Italy or other countries?
Italian mafias have been around a lot longer, have deeper ties to the local communities and recognize the importance of subtlety in their operations, which are more diversified.
The Mexican gangs are relatively new, with a LOT of sudden money available, a different socio-economic landscape with a huge population in poverty, a larger playground, and a military-political challenge partially funded by the US that requires a stronger response, in a culture that is affected by brutal foreign narco experience and intrusion (Latin American revolutions and cartels, etc).
The more sedate and sophisticated organized crime rackets like the Sicilian Mafia and the Yakuza are much older and their roots are tied in more closely to the community. All the bloodlust and brutality had burned out centuries ago, and now it’s only a matter of shifting around the existing pieces on the chessboard and waiting for the inevitable extinction. With Russian and Mexican organized crime, the game is still young and fierce and there’s still lucrative profits to be had. Given that, the brinkmanship between groups is still huge. They behead one of your people, you behead 10 of their people AND mail their heads back to them with their genitals stuffed in their mouths.