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Posted by RonHershlip on 10-15-2010 05:13 AM:

6 ft, 265 lbs.

I am 30 years of age, my birthdate is October 8th. I have light brown hair, blue eyes, I'm 6 ft tall and I weigh 265 Lbs. ( In Picture, just came in from the yard, and was very hot and red faced, ha ! ha ! ) I'm a very passionate person, I love the outdoors, fishing , motorcycles, and all sports. I'm blessed with a good family, and have the worlds greatest nephew (Derrek). I'd love to meet more new friends . I love to write and I'll be thankful for any replies. God bless,


Posted by LordofNone on 10-15-2010 05:18 AM:

I'd be red faced too if I roamed around my yard in my underwear.


Posted by tmackattack on 10-15-2010 05:28 AM:

Just came in from the yard = prison yard

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Posted by Trenchant_Troll on 10-15-2010 05:37 AM:

Hi, RonHershlip. Our emissaries, Aydin and DRZ, will be along shortly to offer you a proper welcome.

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Posted by Mattdecay on 10-15-2010 05:37 AM:

Hey Ron! You've got what it takes.

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Posted by CRSR on 10-15-2010 06:08 AM:

Best post in years


Posted by Coincidence on 10-15-2010 10:38 AM:

This sounds more like a friend for 4b. And that's an impressive cameltoe. Welcome!

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Posted by GimpyDivo on 10-15-2010 01:14 PM:

the scary part is there really are people like the OP out there.

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Posted by avert_your_eyes on 10-15-2010 02:12 PM:

Look at this innocent, huggable murder in the 2nd degree face...wanna cuddle you all around honeybum.

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Posted by Dingle on 10-15-2010 02:24 PM:

quote:
Originally posted by tmackattack
Just came in from the yard = prison yard


Correct
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Posted by lucidnightmare on 10-16-2010 02:31 AM:

quote:
I love the outdoors


Aydin likes hiking in the swamp.
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Posted by lucidnightmare on 10-16-2010 02:51 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by Dingle
Correct


I Wonder how many packs of smokes and Ramen noodles Coin would go for ?

His accent would make him exotic wouldn't it ?
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Posted by ignatz mouse on 10-16-2010 03:03 AM:

This is a great place to make friends. Especially if you like the sexy sex.


Posted by Avondale on 10-16-2010 04:10 AM:

what is this i dont even

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Posted by ignatz mouse on 10-16-2010 04:38 AM:

This guy needs a Czech Reck Surprise!


Posted by Coincidence on 10-16-2010 10:39 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by lucidnightmare
I Wonder how many packs of smokes and Ramen noodles Coin would go for ?

His accent would make him exotic wouldn't it ?


I have no idea what this is about.
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Posted by Muffy on 10-16-2010 11:13 AM:

That's because you lack the cognitive ability to reason your way through a complete sentence. Clearly lucid thinks danish pastry may have some value.

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Posted by Coincidence on 10-16-2010 11:25 AM:

So when ludic refers to smokes and noodles, he means...?

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Posted by Muffy on 10-16-2010 11:27 AM:

Oh god. I can't believe your brain makes your body breathe all by itself. Surely you need a teacher's aid?

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Posted by tmackattack on 10-16-2010 12:42 PM:

quote:
Originally posted by Coincidence
So when ludic refers to smokes and noodles, he means...?


He gonna trade your ass virginity for a pack of Pal Malls and cheap noodles.
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Posted by Coincidence on 10-16-2010 02:37 PM:

Thank you! You did what muffy couldn't.

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Posted by Brett on 10-16-2010 03:07 PM:

is he wearing Secret Mormon Underwear?


Posted by skinny on 10-16-2010 03:15 PM:

I wanted Ron to be my friend, but then he ended his post with God bless, a real turn off!!

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Posted by Muffy on 10-16-2010 03:31 PM:

quote:
Originally posted by Coincidence
Thank you! You did what muffy couldn't.

Sorry. I don't speak moron.
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Posted by Dingle on 10-16-2010 04:30 PM:

quote:

Oklahoma executes man for killing of Laotian

(AFP) – 1 day ago

WASHINGTON — The state of Oklahoma on Thursday executed 41-year-old Donald Wackerly for the 1996 murder of a Laotian fisherman, a corrections official said.

Wackerly died at 2312 GMT, the spokesman said.

Wackerly was sentenced in 1998 in the death of the fisherman on the Arkansas River. According to testimony, he shot the man several times, placed the body in a car which was then sunk in the water.

Wackerly's wife testified in the case in exchange for immunity.

According to news reports, Wackerly converted to Buddhism in 2007 and tried without success to have a Buddhist monk present for his lethal injection.

The execution was the 93rd in Oklahoma since capital punishment in the past 20 years.

It is expected to be the last execution in the state until 2011 due to a national shortage of sodium thiopental, an ingredient used in lethal injections.

A total of 42 people have been executed in the United States this year including one woman.


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The Crime: One evening in early September, 1996, Mr. Wackerly announced to his wife that they needed money and that he would do “whatever it took” to get it. He said this, almost as if to prove his point, while wearing latex gloves and loading his .22 caliber rifle, toweling off each bullet before packing it into the chamber.

The following day, with rifle in hand, Mr. Wackerly and his wife left their house in search of someone to rob. They drove to a dam on the Arkansas River near Muldrow, Oklahoma, in rural Sequoyah County. There, they spotted a lone truck parked by a levy, and an older gentleman, who turned out to be Pan Sayakhoummane, fishing nearby. Mr. Wackerly parked his Jeep a few feet from the truck and instructed his wife to walk down to the levy to see if any other people, aside from Mr. Sayakhoummane, were there. She did as she was told, talked to Mr. Sayakhoummane for a few minutes, and returned to her husband to confirm that they were alone. Mr. Wackerly then instructed his wife to sit and wait.

Forty-five minutes passed before Mr. Sayakhoummane returned to his truck, fishing gear in tow. As he approached, Mr. Wackerly raised the hood of his Jeep and asked for help jump-starting the vehicle. Knowing what was going to happen next, Mrs. Wackerly knelt behind the Jeep. There, she heard seven or eight gun shots, followed by a thump. When she stood up, she saw Mr. Sayakhoummane's body lying flat and her husband wrestling to free a fishing pole from underneath it.

In order to dispose of Mr. Sayakhoummane's body and truck, Mr. Wackerly drove the truck a short distance down a dirt road while Mrs. Wackerly followed in the couple's Jeep. Mr. Wackerly stopped the truck at a fork in the road, removed the reels from Mr. Sayakhoummane's assorted fishing poles, and threw the poles into a wooded area. He also took a tackle box from the truck before asking his wife to wait while he drove Mr. Sayakhoummane's truck, with Mr. Sayakhoummane's body lying in its bed, into the river. As it happened, the truck's bumper caught on the river bed so the truck remained only partially submerged. Finished with these tasks, as least as best he could, Mr. Wackerly returned to Mrs. Wackerly and the couple proceeded to a Sonic Drive-In restaurant for dinner.

Later that night, Mr. Wackerly sifted through the contents of Mr. Sayakhoummane's wallet and cut up all the identity cards he found. He placed the shredded cards in a ziplock bag and threw them away, as he did Mr. Sayakhoummane's wallet. The other property he had stolen-Mr. Sayakhoummane's tackle box and fishing reels-he stashed in a spare room. Eventually, Mr. Wackerly sold the reels to a local pawn shop for sixty dollars.

The day after the murder, a passerby found the partially submerged truck and Mr. Sayakhoummane's body. An initial investigation produced no leads but at last Mrs. Wackerly, by this point estranged from her husband, came forward and told Oklahoma state investigators what happened. Based on her account, an agent retrieved Mr. Sayakhoummane's fishing poles from the woods near the river and located his reels at the pawn shop, where the shop's owner confirmed that it was indeed Mr. Wackerly who had sold them. Agents also searched Mr. Wackerly's apartment and found Mr. Sayakhoummane's tackle box, a pair of latex gloves, a .22 rifle, and a box of ammunition with some bullets missing. Both the weapon and ammunition were consistent with the bullet removed from Mr. Sayakhoummane's body.

In due course, Mr. Wackerly was charged with first-degree murder and robbery. At trial, the State relied on the testimony of Mrs. Wackerly; physical evidence corroborating her account; the testimony of the pawn shop owner; and the testimony of Mrs. Wackerly's brother, Curtis Jones, who recounted that Mr. Wackerly had confessed to him that he, Mr. Wackerly, had killed a man at the dam. In the end, the jury convicted Mr. Wackerly of both the murder and robbery charges.

The case proceeded to a sentencing phase, at which the State argued that two statutory aggravating circumstances rendered Mr. Wackerly eligible for the death penalty: first, that the murder was committed in a manner aimed to avoid or prevent a lawful arrest or prosecution; and, second, that there was a probability that Mr. Wackerly would commit future criminal acts of violence that would constitute a continuing threat to society. Okla. Stat. tit. 21, § 701.12. The State relied on the evidence presented during the guilt phase to support both arguments, and also introduced additional evidence to support the second. This additional evidence established that Mr. Wackerly committed armed robbery of a Webber Falls, Oklahoma convenience store nine days after Mr. Sayakhoummane's murder. While Mrs. Wackerly stood guard at the store's entrance, Mr. Wackerly, wearing a hunting mask and carrying a pistol, ordered the store's cashier to give him money. When the cashier declined, Mr. Wackerly held his pistol within inches of the cashier's forehead and repeated his demand. This time, the cashier complied. As Mr. Wackerly walked with cash in hand toward the exit, he heard a banging from the back of the store. Thinking it was a second employee, he turned back to the register, pointed his gun at the cashier, shouted “I'll kill both of you,” and sprinted away.
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