Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season for the N.Y. Giants has exposed them and it’s franchise quarterback Eli Manning as being a pathetic, ineffective weak ass team. Despite the hiring of a new general manager, head coach and offensive and defensive coordinators, a stellar draft pick for running back, and a massive 95 million dollar contract for a douchebag though phenomenal wide receiver along with another great young receiver and tight end from the last two drafts shoring up a potentially high octane offense. Somehow, although saddled with a porous offensive line that is deservedly and hysterically mocked, Eli is unable to move the chains and get to the end zone with all these weapons that were given to him. As the Giants look like they are going to repeat the low scoring futility, averaging less than 20 points a game, that made them the worst team in their history in 2017. (It should be noted that Eli’s ineffectiveness was apparent even in their last playoff season the year before as they couldn’t even score 20 in their last 4 weeks and relied on their defense to bail them out.)
It’s more than obvious now that Eli is past his prime and has to be benched again. But since the Giants gave up their backup quarterback Davis Webb after letting him play not even one snap and only for few quarters in a preseason game, they don’t have much talent waiting there on the bench with another quarterback they drafted and some career bench warmer. Considering that the Giants pick of Saquon Barkley (which was a good move, every team needs a superstar, multifaceted running back to get a ring, examples Emmitt Smith and Marshall Faulk) was motivated to get to and win the Super Bowl this year, they aren’t going to get far with Manning’s pathetic performance.
The Dallas Cowboys trouncing of the Giants on Sunday night showed Manning throwing short most of the time and frequently missing targets downfield, more specifically not seeing them. Eli’s instincts has clearly fell off. One noteworthy play early in the game had him faking to Barkley and setting up to throw and then immediately threw it back to Barkley on the sidelines at the line of scrimmage for no gain. Eli also is afraid to run. Not counting the two quarterback sneaks for first down (showing the O-line is actually not as lousy as they are being portrayed, they just mildly suck), which Al Michaels scoffingly pointed out was the first time Eli had done that in 8 years, he barely moves in the pocket, sometimes not at all, and makes bad rushed judgements leading to easy sacks and interceptions.
At 0-2, the Giants are looking at another lost season, but it can be stemmed if the owners and Gettleman act quick and make a drastic and in this case, revolutionary move. And that is to sign Colin Kaepernick.
Why and how?
Why. Because Eli is going to get worse, the thought that he will win another Super Bowl has been a crackpipe dream for a very long long time. He’s lost it, most apparently his instincts to find open receivers. And even though it’s still summer in the NFL, it’s rigoddamdiculous that he spends 57 minutes of the game barely producing and only gets the offense going in the last two fifteen. And there is also the potential for injury which Eli has admirably avoided throughout his career but now his stability has become a liability as he clearly plays the game like he’s trying to save his own ass. And the backups are questionable to say the least (who thinks draft pick Kyle Auletta is going to be Tom Brady?).
In contrast, Colin Kaepernick, who also has never got hurt, would massively thrive with this offensive unit. And not only that he runs. He runs a lot, he has amassed over 3,500 yards rushing in his short and disrupted career, averaging over 5 yards a carry, so even with the Giants weak offensive line, he can still easily evade blitzes and the pass-rush of the best defenses in the NFL. Because of this skill set, he can assuage the mental and physical health of his (possible future) teammates and make them perform better.
And Kap’s agility will also benefit the superstar players, Barkley and Beckham Jr., whose personal stats will explode with him in the backfield calling the plays and bring out the massive potential in WR Sterling Shepard and TE Evan Engram. Opposing defenses will be so nervous and overzealous, penalties will happen with regularity giving the Giants gift yardage in false starts, holds and pass interference.
Kap is pure catalyst, motivator and a true leader, as his Super Bowl performance showed when he brought his team, the 49ers, back from certain defeat in the second half but came up short against the Ravens. His acquisition will result in an offensive triumverate since the Dallas Cowboys dynasty in the 90’s when they had Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin leading them to three Super Bowls.
How? That’s the dicey part, because Kaepernick is in court suing the entire NFL for collusion against his right to play and his right to protest for social justice and against excessive abusive force and endemic corruption by police and the biased justice system that enables it. If the Giants give him a contract, they could exempt themselves from this lawsuit (I think).
The Giants, while turning their team into an unstoppable juggernaut, could also see their viewership and ticket sales go up with signing Kap. Now that his Nike endorsement deal has seen their overpriced wage-starved worker made gear spike up, the NFL and the networks would also see a big jump in their ratings too, for people are going to tune in to see if he kneels again and will be curious to see how he plays. Viewership will certainly go up locally for New York and New Jersey if Kap picks up where he left off and plays great, resulting in wins.
As for the National Anthem, if the Giants win with Kap, nobody is going to give a shit. Besides, the new NFL regulations state that you can wait in the locker room, like they used to until the Pentagon started using our tax dollars to exploit the anthem for advertising and recruitment in 2009. Oh, and other players are still kneeling anyway and without repercussion. And our president, Figurehead Trump, after all his distracting carping and dictatorial demands for standing for the anthem is as of now, tremendously irrelevant now that everyone knows that he is not actually running the country and his aides are doing all the policy work for him, according to the deep state manifesto in the NY Times last week.
Giant fans have been frustrated way too long, despite Eli winning two Super Bowls. Kap getting them back in it will make people forget about his silent protests real quick. But like the free market now knows thanks to Nike’s new ad campaign, the majority of people do want equal justice and an end to police abuse and brutality and want widespread change to take place in political office. The Giants really can’t go wrong with signing Kap to a deal and the NFL and the team owners would really save and earn a lot of money if they just admit to collusion, agree to a settlement and lift the ban.
The Giants can’t go on with Eli motionless and constantly backing up and dumping the ball avoiding encroaching defenders. And if there is an ideal comparison on why Kaepernick needs to be under center is that the last time a professional athlete was this outwardly political was Muhammad Ali and after he got suspended, he came back to boxing and won 2 more championship belts. With all this offensive talent the Giants drafted in the past 5 years, it’s just going to waste with Eli Manning’s futility and apparent declining skills.
Kaepernick is not only better than Eli athletically but also as a person. He has donated millions of dollars and locally here has contributed over 30 grand to a non-profit that provides suits for unemployed people in Jamaica, Queens. While Eli’s off-the-field contributions was only to himself as he tried to pull off a scam selling bogus memorabilia from his playoff and Super Bowl victories. So Kap is way better for the Giants team image wise.
As the Giants face another killer defense, with two rampaging mastodons J.J. Watt and Javeadon Clowney when they face (and get shut down by) the Texans on Sunday, there is no more time to waste. Gettleman and the Mara’s have to reach out and fix this pronto. Sign Kap to a temp deal. The transition can be smooth, sign Kap and let him warm the bench for a while and let him get the rust off during practice during the first half of the season and keep Eli starting. If the Giants are 2-6 when week 9 comes around and the division is still tight (and it probably will, the NFC east is looking pretty least especially after the Super Bowl champs loss to Tampa), then tell Pat to give Eli the long overdue benching and get Kap on the field and watch the offense explode. It’ll be so natural and right.
Because Eli is not going to win another Super Bowl, no matter how much you wish for it. For the good of the franchise. Put Colin Kaepernick in Giant blue. Don’t turn this season into the wretched turd like last year and make this right.
To loosely quote that sport gear corporation, just fucking do it. So the Giants can start fucking winning. Enough of the excuses, the lame hindsight, underachieving and the shit playing. Sign Kaepernick and the revolution will be live every Sunday.
Attendees spending thousands of dollars at the U.S. Open have witnessed the worst moment in sports history in this early century and perhaps even all time in not just tennis but in all sports. Serena Williams put on a display of wretched entitlement ,nauseating petulance and a cunning manipulation on the emotions of the audience and even her better opponent.
After getting trounced by Naomi Osaka in the first set and up 1-0 in the second but down 40-15 in the second game, Williams got penalized by the umpire when he caught her clumsy husband coaching her from the stands, which compelled her to debate him about the charge and defended herself, rather amicably, that she would never cheat to win. Which brought the crowd to cheer. As she sat down on the sideline though, she wouldn’t shut up about and kept on defending herself.
Later on as Serena was up 3-1, she double faulted and Osaka caused Williams to hit the net trying to return her volley and cut the lead to 3-2, which compelled her to throw her racket to the ground destroying it. The umpire then penalized her for “racket abuse” and awarded points to Osaka for the cheap act. Which compelled Williams to futilely argue with the umpire and demand an apology from him. After Osaka won her third straight game to take the lead at 4-3, Williams continued to berate the umpire over the cheating call and threatened his livelihood by proclaiming that he will never officiate a match for as long as she is competing while still demanding an apology and calling him a thief, leading the umpire to penalize her entire game, giving Osaka the lead at 5-3.
Serena Williams, princess of tennis, runner-up and bad mama loser.
After calling out the officials to appeal the penalty and blabbering about her rights as woman being violated and returning to the court with a sour puss expression, she managed to sweep Osaka and take the next game 5-4 and audaciously went to complain some more. The match finally ends as Osaka delivers a laser ace serve causing Williams to nearly fall on her face vainly to hit it, ending the match with Osaka winning the Championship.
Serena Williams conduct during the second set was a level of shitty sportsmanship (or is sportpersonship, who knows in this era of identity politics?) that resembled the hysterical cunning tactics of the biggest heel wrestlers that would stall and mince during their matches just to gain an advantage. Which is what Williams clearly did with heir feigned outrage by portraying herself as some sort of leader of women’s rights, for although it wasn’t obvious to her adoring crowd and the ESPN announcers that she pulling these stunts because she was getting her ass kicked by Osaka, who by beating Williams was the only person denying her right to a record tying Grand Slam total.
Serena bawled and bitched to her own detriment, but her histrionics overshadowed the dominant playing and the victory of her super-talented formidable opponent. As Naomi wound up sobbing as she sat down instead of being elated at making history not only as the first Japanese player to ever win and do it by beating the best (well, second best) female tennis player of all time.
But the degradation, of the winner and tennis, was not done. At the presentation of the trophies, the rabid crowd of rich jerks immediately booed, then USTA President remarked “how this wasn’t the finish that we were looking for” and went on to give Serena, the loser, tongue bathing her with undeserved praise with Naomi standing right there looking depressed. The sickening elevating of Serena’s second prize acceptance actually caused Naomi to feel guilty for beating her opponent and almost dropping her trophy before raising it high.
It should be noted that the person who awarded her the 3 million cash prize was a marketing exec from J.P. Morgan Chase, the too big to fail corporation and bank that was sponsoring the tournament. Which did a bunch of ads featuring the princess of tennis and self-anointed women’s rights leader prior and during the tournament. It’s quite possible that when the USTA and that ESPN guy mentioned that it wasn’t the ending they wanted, the they may have also meant J.P. Morgan Chase, which must have produced a big expensive post victory commercial featuring their narcissistic pitch woman. Osaka’s grand finale ace certainly put the kibosh on that ad campaign and also the obnoxious pernicious influence of corporation and sports/entertainment vertical integration.
But the true lasting thing is that Osaka’s victory wasn’t even about politics or marketing, it was about playing the game. Playing it good and playing it right. And Serena played it like a woman obsessed with her own legacy and greed foremost on her mind. And having the audacity to tie it to women’s rights and revoltingly playing the victim of feeling hers were violated. Without a thought in her mind that with her distracting and cunning stunt, she was hypocritically denying the right of another woman, Naomi Osaka, the right to compete and win too.
And although she congratulated her and consoled her during that traumatic episode. Williams never apologized her. And still hasn’t while she is still harping about an apology from the umpire for the past week. Apparently for Serena, women’s rights are there for her to exploit to get what only she wants.
New York City’s government office NYC & Co. has created a tour itinerary centered on the places frequented by the unbridled, obnoxious, incorrigible, and vagrant booze imbibing of the wealthy women from the “reality” “show” The Real Housewives Of New York” where the billions of tourists that have subsumed this city can see the sights where the ladies get away with derelict behavior that any other citizen would get arrested for.
In Inwood, a group of people hanging and chilling out, listening to music in front of a car dealership lot were confronted by two cops responding to a noise complaint. As the men were removing their stuff, one of the cops takes the speaker that was plugged into a lamppost and puts in the unmarked patrol car. As the man that was disputing the seizure walks away the cop, Detective Nunez, grabs him from behind and puts him in a chokehold and then shoots him with a tazer. Over 20 other cops show up later to assist in the arrest.
Detective Nunez, whose prior uses of excessive force, which includes a warrantless home invasion of two elderly people, has cost the city over $250,000 is part of the Mayor de Blasio’sneighborhood coordination program, an optic and image conscious effort to be in touch with the neighborhoods and communities the precincts serve and protect.
Also in Inwood at the 207th Street Station, two women accosted and obstructed a man trying to exit after they accuse him of steeping on the foot of one of them on the A train. They then followed the man and attacked him on the mezzanine by hitting him with a purse and slashing him twice with a boxcutter.
In Harlem, a man heading for his apartment was stalked by a man who then held him up at gunpoint then placed him in a chokehold, causing him to pass out, easily robbing him of his backpack and $1,000 in cash.
Also in Harlem, a man frustrated with the smug indifference being exhibited by a police sergeant, took out his phone and started to film his ordeal on his phone. The police sergeant warned the man that filming wasn’t allowed and cameras weren’t allowed in the station or any other station (really now?), as the man continued filming while cursing him out.
Again in Harlem at the Carver Houses, a 19-year-old man was shot and killed and two other men were wounded during a shootout.
And again in Harlem, two men wearing wigs and possessing guns held up a bodega and robbed it of $1,000.
And again in Harlem, a woman trustfully let a man inside her apartment building then the man grabbed her ass and attempted to kiss her in the vestibule. The woman grabbed him by the throat and took out a knife causing him to back off and also throw a burger at her (?!) then walked out as the woman wouldn’t back down (this woman is obviously aware of and prepared for the new bad days and who knows what lunatics are loitering on her block, and certainly was cognizant of the aforementioned chokehold mugging in the same town). As the woman slunk to the floor in exasperation, the creep returned and menaced her at the front door.
And again in Harlem at the 125th St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man stabbed another man in the mouth with a pen and robbed his cellphone on the platform and threw his backpack on the tracks.
And again in Harlem, a man stalked and shot a pizza delivery man in the head, instantly killing him.
And again in Harlem at the 145th St./St Nicholas Ave. Station, a transit worker boarding the A train got attacked by a man who pounded him with punches to his face.
And again in Harlem, a man inquiring about the ethnicity of a deli clerk punched him in the face when he responded.
In East Harlem, two teenage boys got shot at by a man chasing them on the street by a park at 4:30 p.m.
Also in East Harlem at the Carver Houses, a man got shot to death from a shootout with two other men.
In Midtown, a man held up two banks by handing a note to the teller and made off with $600, then he robbed 3 more banks in the West Village and Downtown with the same method and robbed them for over two grand.
Also in Midtown at the Lexington Ave. Station on the E train, two men berated a commuter and accused him of staring at them, so they both attacked the man and stabbed him on the side by his chest.
Again in Midtown, a lady cab driver attacked a couple in a cruiser by dragging the man out of his car and laying punches on him, after the man defended himself the lady cab driver suckerpunched the woman and the brawling continued. The fight gets broken up by samaritans as all the brawling participants went back to their vehicles and regresses into a demolition derby as they cut off and hit each other and smashing a park vehicle.
And again in Midtown, a woman committed suicide by jumping out of a hotel window and landing on a second floor balcony.
In Washington Heights, a man threw a brick at a woman and later chased her with a knife in the hallway of an apartment building. He was released without bail by a judge despite the loon admitting his intent to attack his victim.
In the East Village, a woman was sexually assaulted on the street immediately after leaving a bar at 3:30 a.m.
Also in the East Village, a man is wanted for stealing delivery packages from 15 buildings in a 6 month span.
In the Lower East Side, a man exiting a trendy nite club was confronted by three people who grabbed him and threw him in their car and drugged him. They took him to a bank in the Bronx and forced him to withdraw cash and robbed him of $260, his watch and cellphone and left him there and drove off.
Also in the Lower East Side at Chrsytie Park, a man got stabbed in the chest and died.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man robbed packages in apartment buildings by getting access from ringing doorbells.
And again in the Lower East Side, a dead man’s body was found floating in the East River by the Williamsburg Bridge.
In Chinatown, two boys broke into a lot and doused three trucks and a backhoe with gasoline and set them on fire.
And again in the Lower East Side and Chinatown, a man broke into five apartments and robbed jewelry and electronic items worth over $31,000.
In Times Square, a woman set a hotel room on fire and ignited two more fires in garbage cans on her way out.
In the Upper West Side, a massive sinkhole filled with a garbage can, spilled asphalt and barricades remained unrepaired for three days. This shows that Vision Zero
Also in the Upper West Side, two men mugged two women by knocking them down and robbing their purses.
Again in the Upper West Side, a man jumped out of freezer at a fancy cafe and startled workers by yelling about the devil then threatened them with a knife. The man mysteriously died moments after the attack.
And again in the Upper West Side at Riverside Park, a woman’s dead body was found floating in the Hudson River.
Also in the Upper East Side, shots were fired at the upper floor windows of a luxury apartment building that came from a man shooting from a park on Roosevelt Island.
Again in the Upper East Side at the 96th Street 2nd Avenue Station, an entire Q train got sprayed with graffiti. Despite the fruitiness, it’s still better than all the shitty commissioned art that Mario’s son Governor Cuomo approved to deck the walls on the transit line and not hideous like a plethora of ads spread out by some weak ass startup company.
And again on the Upper East Side, a man stabbed an 18-year-old man that he caught shoplifting.
And again on the Upper East Side, a homeless man that broke into a nail salon and robbed a 36″ T.V. monitor was involved in 8 other break in robberies of businesses on the east side of town, notably for using a hammer to break down neighboring stores walls to get in. He also burglarized two stores, including one prying a loose air conditioner off a wall, and robbed them of over $27,000 of cash and checks.
In Downtown, a baby boy, still alive, was found floating in the East River by the Brooklyn Bridge and was rescued by a tourist who jumped in the water to save him. The baby died after attempts to apply CPR failed. His father fled and got caught in Thailand and was extradited.
In Hell’s Kitchen, a homeless couple, with 77 prior arrests between them, stabbed a man to death on the street in a setup for sex services.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man killed his roommate to death by stabbing him 16 times in the chest and neck because he tried to avoid getting drugged and molested by him.
In Kips Bay, a man hired by the Adminstration Childrens Services as a counselor for a children’s center, assaulted a 6-year-old boy by picking him up and slamming him against a door and slamming his body into a cabinet and throwing the kid into a drawer. The counselor served time in prison for murder and claimed the beating was in self-defense.
Also in Kips Bay, two drivers with suspended licenses crashed their cars into each other, causing a garbage can to hit a pedestrian.
In Tribeca, a livery SUV driver plowed into a cyclist on the greenway bike path, causing him to flip into the air and crash to the ground. Many witnesses noticed the cops that showed up hardly questioned the driver.
In Chelsea, a misnomered rapper and his crew assaulted a woman and snatched her cellphone as his goons put her in a chokehold at a diner because he thought she was filming them.
In Greenwich Village at the 8th Street Station, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving R train.
Also in Greenwich Village at the 8th Street Station, a man pleasured himself in front of a woman then followed her down the stairs and flashed her.
Also in Greenwich Village, a woman punched a man in the face who standing behind her in McDonalds.
In Gramercy, a man stripped his clothes off inside a restaurant and robbed $600 from the cash register and also an Ipad and phone, then he put his clothes back on and ran away.
In Soho, burglaries of expensive apartments and lofts have doubled this summer compared to last year, seeing an uptick of 9%.
Also in Soho, a woman who stole two credit cards from a purse in a nail salon that was caught and arrested by cops managed to escape custody while handcuffed and climbed out the window of the police vehicle. But was caught by another cop who was smoking a cigarette.
In Grand Central Station, a man shoved another man onto the tracks because he accidentally bumped into him on the stairs.
Also in Grand Central Station on the 4 train, a woman defiantly sat down a seat even though a homeless person was sprawled on it.
Take that abject poverty and homeless crisis!
In Union Square a moronic lunatic brought a large couch on the 4 train and obstructed a door and the floor so he can bring it back to East New York.
In Tudor City, a doorman at a luxury apartment building sexually harassed three female tenants by sending pictures and lascivious messages to their cellphones.
In Central Park, 70 raccoons have died from a virus outbreak that causes them to wander around like zombies before collapsing from the disease. Kind of like the effects and the scene of people meandering about in a similar state after smoking K-2.
In East New York at the Grant Ave. Station, a train conductor got ganged up on by three commuters who collectively got pissed when they found out the A train was skipping their stop. Then a man reached into the window and tried to drag the transit worker out of his cab, and then he and a woman threw punches at him as he fought back, while others threw beer cans at him. L train shutdown is at 8 minutes to midnight.
Also in East New York, a man approached a luxury car and threatened the driver at gunpoint to give up his watch. The driver who happened to be a retired cop, stepped out of his car and pulled out his gun and engaged in a shootout with the mugger, causing him to run away.
In Downtown Brooklyn, a fight between six men escalated when one of them fired a gun in front of the Jay St./Metrotech Station entrance and a national chain store cafe. Which resulted in a massive police deployment leading to them collectively hanging out for an taxpayer-funded allotted waste of time and resources.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man shouting racial slurs on a bus punched a man in the face who was the subject of his bigotry and stepped off.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the DeKalb Ave. Station, a man stabbed a 72-year-old man in the face with scissors on the Q train.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a homeless man that charged another homeless man with a metal weight during a fight inside a shelter got beaten to death when the man he attacked defended himself by beating him senseless.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, an off duty firefighter was caught and arrested for driving drunk on the BQE
Also in Bed-Stuy, a 61-year-old woman got stabbed in the chest trying to break up a street fight between three teenage boys.
Again in Bed-Stuy at the Ralph Ave. Station, a man watching an argument between two men on the opposite platform ran across four lines of tracks, jumped on the platform and stabbed one of the men multiple times.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a redundant city worker aide to Co-Mayor Chirlane McCray Wilhelm de Blasio got attacked by a man who put her in a choke hold and robbed her purse containing cellphones and her City Hall I.D. and badge. (Badge? for what?)
And again in Bed-Stuy, a 79-year-old woman died in a fire in the house where she lived her entire life.
In Brownsville, an off-duty NYPD sergeant shot a man in the face on the sidewalk then claimed he was a mugger and shot him in self-defense. But he subsequently got arrested when it was found out that the victim was the boyfriend of a woman he was also seeing and both men were previously arguing at the apartment building where the woman lived. The rogue cop also planted a boxcutter at the crime scene and is now off the force.
Again in Brownsville, a 16-year-old boy stabbed a 15-year-old boy to death inside a school where the victim tried to hide after he was being chased on the street by his attacker after they had an argument.
And again in Brownsville, a serial chain snatcher robbed jewelry off the necks of seven elderly people.
And again in Brownsville, a man sprayed an aerosol can at two city bus drivers on the same line early in the morning and later in the afternoon, when that driver refused to let him on because the man couldn’t pay.
And again in Brownsville, a fire ignited in a bodega blazed to the apartments above it in a three-alarm fire, killing a woman and leaving five families homeless.
And again in Brownsville, a man died a week after he got shoved to the ground by another man as his head hit the pavement.
And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the back on the street at 8:50 p.m.
In Crown Heights, a woman was attacked by a man who tackled her to the ground against a car, placed her in a chokehold and robbed her of her handbag.
Also in Crown Heights, a shootout on the street led to a 16-year-old boy getting shot in the back, a 31-year-old man getting hit twice in the leg and back as he was riding his bike in the crossfire and a shot hitting a state senator’s campaign office’s door while a crowd of people were still inside.
Again in Crown Heights, two men shoplifting from a bodega beat up and stabbed a worker in the back who tried to stop them.
And again in Crown Heights, a man was found dead in his apartment with a bag over his head and cuffed to the bed.
And again in Crown Heights, a man arrested for beating up his girlfriend tried to flee from custody while handcuffed.
In East Willamsburg, a homeless man taking shelter from the storm underneath a truck got killed when the driver moved the rig forward and backed up unaware that the man was under it.
This/Your fucking city. (Photo by Sam Costanza/New York Daily News)
In East Flatbush, a brawl broke out in a nail salon after a customer complained about a botched eyebrow job and demanded her money back. Then the workers ganged up on her and her two granddaughters with one of them bashing her with a broomstick and another worker spraying acetone at them. Two women wound up getting arrested, and guess what, it was the customers. Too bad those ladies weren’t “Real Housewives”.
Also in East Flatbush, a wheelchair bound man got shot by an off-duty cop when he took out his gun and fired at him after they had an argument in front of a house where a party was going on. The handicapped hard headed man got crippled when he was shot four times at a a party in an incident years earlier.
Again in East Flatbush, two men were stabbed and slashed at a playground.
In Sunset Park, a man stopped and questioned by six cops went on a verbal barrage on them and decided to film it with his phone. After the cops co-operated by showing their badges and giving their names, the man continued to berate them and proclaimed freedom of speech to justify his behavior. As the cops calmly walked away, the man proceeded to follow them and crassly insult and shout obscenities them. He got arrested after various warnings from one of the officers. Moron.
Also in Sunset Park, two men sitting on the stoop were confronted by six men who proceeded to beat them up with baseball bats and wooden planks then threw glass bottles at them.
Again in Sunset Park, a man followed a 13-year-old boy inside a church and fondled him on the staircase.
In Bushwick, a woman riding her bike got sideswiped and knocked down by a city sanitation truck causing her arm to be partially severed.
Also in Bushwick, two men filmed themselves making a pot deal in a playground and measuring the kind buds on the trunk of a police car.
Again in Bushwick, drivers are resorting to parking their cars in the middle of the street during street sweeping so they don’t get tickets for parking in the bike lane and cops are obliging them to do so.
In Coney Island, a cop assigned by the city to promote diversity grabbed two women’s asses at a boxing event.
Also in Coney Island, two men jumped a man as one put him a chokehold and his accomplice reached into his pockets and stole $250.
Again in Coney Island, a woman disputing a fare with a cab driver jumped into the front seat and punched him in the face and robbed him of $200.
And again in Coney Island, a man impersonating a sheriff harassed a woman who was raped by two cops during a pot bust at her home as he filmed her with his phone and berated her with profanities.
In Cypress Hills, a woman leaving a nite club jumped in a car that she mistakenly thought was a livery cab got held up at gunpoint by the driver who then pistol whipped and tried to rape her. When she fought back, he drove her someplace and kicked her out of his car.
Also in Cypress Hills, a man shot three times into a crowd on the street and hit two men.
In Borough Park, three Hasidic men got hit by a hit-and-run driver that was backing up for a long distance and crossed an intersection on the street. NYPD determined that the reckless driver was only looking for a parking space. Yeah, O.K.
In Brooklyn Heights at the Brooklyn House of Detention, a convict attacked a C.O. by punching him repeatedly and throwing him to the floor, leaving him with a broken jaw.
In Seagate, a woman woke up in her bedroom at 2:40 a.m. and saw a burglar run out with her handbag containing her I.D, credit cards, passport and $3,000.
In Park Slope, a man being chased by cops after snatching a purse, ran into the subway and killed himself when he got zapped stepping on the third rail.
Also in Park Slope, a woman taking shelter from the most recent daily isolated thunderstorm downpour was accosted by a woman who accused her of illegally loitering and called the cops on her.
In Greenpoint, gun shots went off a block away where two rappers were filming a video.
In Kensington, a fire broke out in a tire store and it’s backyard, leading to five smokeeaters getting injured and eleven residents in the apartments above the shore homeless.
In Sheepshead Bay at the Kings Highway Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass as she got on the Q train.
Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man held up a cellphone store employee at gunpoint and robbed four expensive phones and cash.
In Bay Ridge, a man was found dead floating in the river under the Verrazano Bridge.
In Bensonhurst, two men attacked a man with a metal rod and smacked him on the head with it.
On the Verrazano Bridge, two cops got injured when a man involved with multiple bulglaries driving a stolen van the wrong way crashed into their vehicle impeding his getaway.
In Williamsburg, noise problems from the rooftop a pretentious upscale hotel are frustrating and disrupting the peace of the neighboring homes of the town’s residents despite filing complaints to the city that continue to get ignored. Will the night mayor and the newly assembled night parliament summon the NYPD to bring down the infernal racket by placing some entitled obnoxious drunk ass hipsters in chokeholds too?
In Crotona Park, city park workers found garbage bags of body parts of a woman at the south end of the park near the street. Four days later, two more garbage bags of severed body parts of the same woman which included the head were found left on the rocks on a pier at Baretto Park, when a jogger passing by noticed a foot sticking out of one of the bags.
Police investigations linking the butchered remains led to the arrests of a man and woman who knew the victim, Lisa Marie Velasquez, as she went over to their house to break up a domestic dispute between them over their child and was blindsided by the man who bludgeoned her head multiple times with a hammer then he and his girlfriend, who was the best friend of her murder victim, cut her body to pieces with knives to cover up their wretched heinous plot by ditching the remains in two public parks like the way another young woman, Brandy Odom, whose body was cut up and left in garbage bags sloppily hidden on the grounds of Canarsie Park in Brooklyn (her killer is still on the loose).
In Longwood, a 62-year-old woman who worked has a health aide to a 90-year-old woman was attacked by her grandson who stabbed her 12 times in the hallway of the apartment building. The suspect was detained while wearing his grandmother’s nightgown. Just like Norman Bates.
In Univeristy Heights, a man shot and killed another man he was arguing with on the street.
In Fordham Heights, a man got shot multiple times to death in front of a Buddhist Temple.
In Allerton, a brawl inside a niteclub spilled out on the street, with twenty people outside on started shooting his and shot a woman in the head, a man in the leg and two other men that got shot in the arm, while two other men got stabbed at the time. The woman died days later.
Again in Allerton, a woman got slashed by her husband with a kitchen knife inside their apartment. Cops that showed up saved her from bleeding to death by applying a tourniquet. The husband got caught at Kennedy Airport trying to flee the country.
And again in Allerton, a man got stabbed in front of a busy dry cleaner filled with customers in broad daylight.
And again in Allerton, a man chased and shot an 18-year-old man three times in the back, arms and prosterior as he was running away from him on the Peljjgrounds.
In Grand Concourse, a man got shot to death on the street by another man he was arguing with and refused to identify his killer to the cops that showed up.
In Mott Haven, a man bothering an 8-year-old boy for directions (a grown man needs to ask a child for directions? What a pathetic scuzzy con) scared the kid and chased him into his apartment building then stole a cellphone the boy was holding out of his hands after a struggle.
In Williamsbridge, a woman feigning to buy a house at a real estate dealership was later accompanied by two men who held up the place by gunpoint, tied up the workers and robbed it of jewelry, $8,000 and a security system.
Also in Williamsbridge, a man who stole a motor scooter killed himself when he crashed into an approaching SUV in the intersection.
In Fordham Manor, a man attempting to rob another man got beaten to a bloody pulp as he put him in a bear hug and six of his friends dragged him between two cars and beat him down with punches and kicks and was bashed with a stick.
In Fordham Manor, a man was slashed in the neck by his nephew on a street corner.
Also in Fordham Manor, a man got pissed about a tattoo he got at a parlor, so he went back their and stabbed the artist twice in his leg.
Again in Fordham Manor, an NYPD specialist assaulted his wife by smacking her causing her to fall on and break a table.
In Kingsbridge at the 225th Station on the 1 train, a woman got accosted by another woman for sitting next to her who started shoving and pushing her. When the woman got up to get away from her to find another seat, the other woman followed her, grabbed her by the hair, pushed her to the floor and punched her multiple times. The suspect then got off the train at the next stop and was wearing nursing scrubs.
In Highbridge, a woman was found half-naked and dead in the street from a drug overdose.
In Mount Hope, a NYPD captain destroyed a memorial of candles dedicated to a Trinatarios gang member by kicking them and spreading broken glass on the sidewalk.
In Mount Eden, a man walked up to two men on the sidewalk and shot at them multiple times, hitting one in the arm and the other in the thigh and hand and then walked back to a car waiting for him and drove off.
Also in Mount Eden, a man spray painted swastikas on an EMT vehicle and ran away.
In Woodstock, cops responding to a call about a fight in a building showed up to woman’s apartment who decided not to press charges against the boys that were hanging out with her son. As the cops were walking down the stairwell, said boys were talking the shit and shouting obscenities at them while filming the provocation for broadcast on Mark Zuckerberg’s shitty ass website. The cops professionally kept walking away with dignity, playing it cool.
Ten days later, two of the obnoxious jerks who are twin brothers that were yelling at the cops, got arrested for two robberies. The one who was filming the video beat down a man with the aide of two other dumbshits and stole his scooter and the dumbass got caught because he brought it back to his home and his idiot brother got cuffed in an robbery attempt of a man with the help of two other accomplices. Cool.
In Belmont, and one of the Trinatarios gang members who was involved in the highway lynching that crippled a 14-year-old boy and is seen holding a wooden plank was released on bail by a judge.
In Long Island City, a drunk tourist banging on a SUV yelling about needing a ride got into an argument with the driver who then punched him in the head, causing him to fall and hit his head on the pavement then walked away. The assault victim died two days later. Let this be a lesson to anyone super-dependent on their service apps and have a sense of aggrandizing entitlement about it.
Also in Long Island City, a man got shot in the ass and then went on the subway.
Again in Long Island City, a man shot another man in leg in front of one of those fancy new towers in the area.
And again in Long Island City, a man stalked a woman for four blocks then caught up with her on a street corner and grabbed her ass and ran.
And again in Long Island City, an imbecile who had trouble with his key to get inside his apartment killed himself trying to jump to his balcony from the next buildings roof.
In Astoria, a serial mugger attacked and robbed two women of their cash by knifepoint, suckerpunched and choked another woman for her wallet, pushed a another woman in an apartment building in an attempt to snatch her purse and grabbed another woman from behind, placed her in a chokehold and ran away with her purse. The skell arrested for the crime spree is a city worker for the Parks Dept.
Also in Astoria in front of the Ravenswood Houses, a man got killed from getting shot in the chest on the same day his daughter had her first birthday. The shooter that ran from the crime scene had a prior gun possession charge against him.
Again in Astoria, a man was found dead in the street with dirt and a ballgag in his mouth from a brutal beatdown.
And again in Astoria, three teenage males spent a day mugging people and robbing stores as they knocked a kid off his bike and tried to steal it but only made off with his cellphone. Stole umbrellas from a store and bashed them on a security guard who tried to stop them and ran away with their plunder and then hailed a cab and held the driver at knifepoint and robbed him of $81.
And again in Astoria, a woman bit a cab driver on the arm after she accused him of shortchanging him.
And again Astoria, a woman caught a man peeping into her window while jerking off. Cops called to investigate decided to blow her complaint off.
And again in Astoria at the Astoria Houses, a man got shot twice after arguing with two men who fled the scene.
And again in Astoria, a well-renowned actress from a classic dystopian society movie based on a Phillip K. Dick story trespassed into a film production office with her son and robbed two laptops and filming software. Those must be expensive.
In Far Rockaway, a 15-year-old boy shot a gun and got shot by the cops when he didn’t drop his weapon following a barbeque party and memorial eulogizing honoring victims of gun violence
In Rockaway Park, an 88-year-old man was killed by a driver that lost control making a u-turn and hit him on the sidewalk.
In Ridgewood, a man shoplifting steaks from a supermarket stabbed a worker with a hypodermic needle when he tried to retrieve the meat.
Also in Ridgewood at the Halsey Street Station, a man pulled a boxcutter on a man and robbed him of 6 bucks after a struggle.
In Bayswater, an 11-year-old boy enjoying a summer day riding his bike got hit by a hit-and-run driver speeding down the street who knocked the kid into the air on impact then dragged the kid and his bike as he kept going down the road.
In Jamaica, a man followed a 71-year-old woman to her apartment building, grabbed her then dragged her down while she was still holding her cart and robbed her groceries, leaving her bloodied on the pavement from hitting her head and a broken arm.
Also in Jamaica, a man getting off a bus was aggressively forced down the steps by kids running to the front. When the man yelled at them, they followed him down the street and tackled him and beat him down on the ground with punches and kicks to his head and body.
In Ridgewood, four men surrounded a 16-year-old boy in a playground and robbed his wallet at knifepoint. One of the men involved in the mugging then used the kid’s identity to deposit checks totaling over 7 grand and withdraw $900.
Also in Ridgewood, two men broke into three homes and robbing them of household appliances collectively worth over $3,000.
In Ozone Park, four teenagers surrounded a man and hit him with a bat and robbed his backpack, cellphone, watch and wallet.
In Richmond Hill, four men chased then attacked a man with sticks and a sword when he fell to the ground.
Also in Richmond Hill, a police car spontaneously combusted on the avenue.
In Jackson Heights, a man broke into 3 bodegas and one restaurant, robbing a total of $12,000 along with lottery tickets, phone cards and a laptop worth $2,000.
Also in Jackson Heights at the Roosevelt/74th Ave. Station, a man snatched a cellphone out of woman’s hand and ran off the 7 train.
In Woodside, a man committed suicide by jumping on the LIRR railroad tracks as the speeding train arrived.
In Douglaston, a man broke into a line of parked cars on the street and robbed items inside them, including a gun.
In Hillcrest, a man killed himself when he crashed his motorcycle into a vehicle making a u-turn.
In Howard Beach, a man got killed when he crashed his motorcycle into a car making a u-turn.
In Bayside, two men in a cruiser rolled up to a driveway and robbed a ninja bike in broad daylight.
In South Jamaica, two off-duty NYPD officers beat the crap out of each other in a domestic dispute.
In Forest Hills on the Van Wyck Expressway, a man rear-ended a car which caused it to jump a median on the opposite road, causing a three car pileup, killing a man. The driver who initiated the wreck continued driving and smashed into three other vehicles.
Also in Forest Hills, a man grabbed a woman’s ass then drove away in his car.
On Rikers Island, a C.O. was attacked by five convicted gang members and beaten down a cane
Again on Rikers Island, a C.O. was trying to break up a fight between two inmates was beaten down by them, splitting his forehead open.
Explain how new jails in towers with fancy retail, restaurants and even residential apts. is going to stop the perpetual violence on Rikers again you stupid asshole officials?
In St. George, a homeless man was stabbed to death by another homeless man who stole his cellphone in front of the courthouse where a shootout occurred a month earlier.
In Tompkinsville, a drunk man being disruptive in a liquor threatened to beat up kill the cops who showed up to remove him as he resisted arrest.
In Port Richmond, two men walked to a man on the street and punched him in the face and knocked him to the ground, stealing his cellphone, wallet and watch.
In Concord, a man was caught driving drunk with his 15-year-old brother in the front seat with him.
In Tottenville, a drug pusher was arrested for selling heroin and cocaine that led to an overdose death and six other o.d.’s.
In Charleston, two men shoplifted and got away with $1,200 worth of tools and ceiling fans from a Home Depot.
In New Springfield at the Staten Island Mall, a man was found on the premises possessing a gun.
In the North Shore, burglaries have gone up by 36% since compared to last year.
Now that the school year is here, it should be noted that District 29 in Southeast Queens had the highest reported amount of brawls at their middle schools of all the districts in the five boroughs in the last year where 80% of the students admitted they witnessed or were part of the brawls.
And the number of weapons confiscated from students, the majority of them knives (2,718) and boxcutters (771), went up by 28%. A school year consists of 180 days, which on average means that 15 knives and 4.3 boxcutters kids are trying to sneak in to schools. Which means that kids need to buy more books for body protection.
Stay safe and be aware of your surroundings. You are the future…
A book is about to be released next week by legendary journalist Bob Woodward about the presidency of Donald J. Trump. According to reports, mostly by the New York Times and covered by the news media, it’s all about the toxic chaotic atmosphere in the White House and confirms a lot of generally held beliefs about the mental stability, actual power and decision-making of and brutal opinions from those serving at the pleasure of the President.
But most importantly what Woodward revealed is that the Deep State is vitally alive as well. Now that it/they have officially come out in the open thanks to the New York Times giving consent to let a current top level White House administration official (or officials) to write an anonymous scathing and quite unsettling op-ed in their paper in an attempt to reassure the citizenry of this nation that despite Trump’s wayward style of governing and policy making, the nation is stable because they got everything under their control. This op-ed defends actual real time collusion against the commander-in-chief.
Despite Trump being a vile human being, profoundly ignorant of what his job entails and is using the position to enrich himself, his family and to bolster his own businesses (and maybe because he needed a new job), this op-ed goes against everything this nation stands for being that a group of individuals are undermining and making insignificant the actual job and leadership of the presidency along with disenfranchising the rights of the voters that put Trump in office by plotting and childishly stealing policies behind his back. It doesn’t matter how acerbic his personality is, how incorrigible his conduct has been or how unpredictable his thought patterns are.
And they are proud of it and are not at all ashamed that these acts were committed. The defiant and boastful condescension by the anonymous official (or possibly officials) about these deeds leave open the possibility if these tactics were done before in past administrations led by daft, declining and overmatched elected leaders like W. Bush, Reagan and Obama.
This op-ed was clearly written and permitted by a major news publication because Woodward’s book more exposes the incrimination of the officials under Trump in sabotaging policies that they don’t wholly agree with than it incriminates the brazen stupidity of the President himself. Or make that Figurehead, as this book confirms my moniker of him in past posts being that his decisions and the people that voted in 2016 don’t matter and essential choices about this nation’s future are being made in secret by certain officials.
And from the choice of words in this op-ed, especially the references to free markets and deregulation and a strong military, these signs point the authors to be Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin or Chief of Staff John Kelly, although Vegas set the best odds on Vice President Pence. What’s more insulting about this op-ed besides the admission of officials dictating policies is the re-appropriation of the word “resistance” and the official rebranding of the administrative conspiracy as “the steady state” and the writer(s) claim that they are did these things for moral reasons, like the trillion dollar oligarch welfare tax cut and the heinous immigration policy.
Unfortunately, because everyone in the White House are deplorable untrustworthy reprobates from the chief executive on down, the deep steady state is attempting to normalize these illicit and almost treasonous tactics as business as usual and in the dubious concept that they are doing this for our protection. Leaving an uncomfortable impression that they can (and had) will be colluding behind the back and undermine the decisions of the next elected President in 2020.
But since 2016, from the electoral victory of Figurehead Trump to this deep steady state manifesto shows…
After watching some youtube vids about the Deep State Manifesto op-ed written and approved by the editors in the New York Times, I have to revise my guess about who the author of the long-awaited leak was. And all signs point to pollster, pundit and counselor to Figurehead Trump, Kellyanne Conway.
This came to me from a few Young Turks vids focusing on this expose’ on Trump’s descent into executive madness and a big tell from the op-ed itself. One person on the comments page just wrote “the leak is Kellyanne Conway” and that got me to thinking. This woman, who was all over the place on cable news when Trump was campaigning and after he won and then her role was marginalized and is only been seen occasionally in the last few years since his inauguration, but still defending the deceptions of Trump and his administration with unadulterated moxie. So there is the motive of revenge.
And her husband George apparently really loathes Figurehead Trump too and he shown his irreverence towards him any chance he gets on the Twitter, Trump’s favorite venting platform
Then there was a tell in the op-ed:
“This isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state.”
This rebranding of an unelected insidious colluding cabal running the White House is similar to Kellyanne’s classic description of the journalism detailing the real crowd size at Trump’s inauguration as “alternative facts”. In fact the whole op-ed describes how awesome the administration still is according to the leaker that it comes off like a person who still wants to keep his/her job or get promoted in the ranks when/if Pence takes over in 2019. This op-ed manifesto is basically a big part of her skill sets from her pollster marketing expertise and also an ersatz job resume.
And finally when Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo was asked if he wrote or knew who the op-ed author was during a press conference after letting out the hugest forced sigh, a few seconds after defensively responding about the article and slamming the leaker and the paper of record he uttered the words “she had” real fast before going on his mild rant.
Mike knows who the op-ed author is, and it’s certain that everyone in the new steady deep state collective knows who it is too.
And maybe, just maybe, so does Figurehead Trump. Who is too afraid to let someone with so much insider dirt that Kellyanne is storing that the rails will truly come loose and derail this wretched presidency. No wonder the book is called Fear.
Update 12.4.20 :
It turned out it wasn’t Mrs. Conway at all, but a dashing young fellow named Miles who was the chief of staff of the Department Of Homeland Security that wrote the Deep State Manifesto and a book about his complications and the machinations he and his colleagues were doing while working for Donald J. Trump. As for Kellyanne, well she’s looking forward not backward herself and is looking forward to contribute in some way to maintain the establishment norms of the “Steady State” that keep this system running smooth even during a pandemic and a wealth disparity crisis.