Monday, April 19, 2010

Lies Lies Lies

The New York Times has an article about the difficulties of being J-Fled. It is claptrap of the highest order. Get a load of some of this crap:
  • The next few months of warmer weather will be crucial for Jody Weis, whose job running the police department is as close as it gets to “Mission Impossible” in Chicago.

    Ever since he took over the department in early 2008, Superintendent Weis’s assignment has been to calm police officers who are angry at many things, including working without a contract since 2007 and a federal misconduct prosecution that put a Chicago policeman in prison with a 40-month term.
A prosecution undertaken at the behest of J-fled, which is conveniently left out of the entire article. After that whopper of an omission, anything else can be dismissed out of hand as a white-wash, a cover-up or dishonest reporting. But then, what do you expect from the New York Times?
  • In an interview in early April, Mr. Weis acknowledged that he had a rocky start as the second outsider ever to run the Chicago force. But he said that his relations with officers suspicious of his background as a former F.B.I. agent had reached a “turning point” and that he had presided over a reduction in crime.

    “Overall crime went down across the board in every category,” Mr. Weis said of statistics for 2009. “We’ve kept that pace up. We’re in the 15th consecutive month where crime has actually dropped compared to earlier years.”

Every category? We recall at least one category that was up - arson or CSA. But a reduction that took place during one of the cooler spells in a decade or more. Mother Nature deserves as much, if not more credit than J-Fled. And oddly, this article appeared the day after statistics show that we're 16 or more murders ahead of last year.
  • In the hourlong interview in his offices at police headquarters, Mr. Weis defended his leadership. “I try not to dwell on particular failures,” he said, “but I think that we could have done a better job of communicating my vision to folks. There will be a certain percentage who will never embrace me because of where I came from,” he said, adding that in recent months morale has improved because of policies he initiated.
Well, let's see. Where is that morale survey from last year? Any chance that it will ever see the light of day? The lieutenant in charge of it allegedly lost her spot at Headquarters when she insisted the results had to be released, even if it put J-Fled in a bind because he had promised to resign if he was the cause of low morale. Obviously, J-Fled stepped in it by promising to leave a $330,000-per-year spot over a survey that shouldn't have meant beans, but it proved him a liar and a coward even before the Englewood incident.
  • One problem he inherited was an unpopular work schedule that had many officers working six days without a break. He pushed to change the schedule so that they now work four days followed by two days off.

    “We went to it officially in January, and the officers have been coming up to me and thanking me because, you know, four days go by pretty quick,” Mr. Weis said. “You’re sharper. We’ve seen a decline in the number of complaints against our officers. They are not mentally drained; they are not run down. And it gives them greater safety on the street.”

The FOP had been trying to get rid of the 6-days-in-a-row for decades. J-Fled taking credit is a case of coincidence, not anything he did. And the decline in complaints is almost certainly a due to a decline in proactive police work tied into the morale survey that is probably moldering in the deepest basement in HQ as we speak.
  • The Cozzi episode remains “one thing he will never be able to overcome,” Mr. Donahue said.

    Police officers like Mr. Donahue believe that Mr. Weis referred the case to his old federal allies. But the police chief said the F.B.I. was already looking into the incident when he took office.

Once again, an outright lie. J-Fled admitted in our presence and the presence of dozens of other officers at the Lane Tech meeting that he referred the case to the US Attorney for investigation. Period. End of story. Any obfuscation or recasting of what was said at the Lane Tech meeting is a lie.
  • When Mr. Weis, who has been given the nickname J-Fed by some officers, went to Englewood to hold a news conference on April 2, a shooting occurred a few blocks away as he was speaking to reporters. When Mr. Weis decided to return to headquarters instead of going to the scene of the shooting, John Northern, a retired Chicago police sergeant, publicly accused him of cowardice, and a police blogger started referring to him as “J-Fled.”

    “The scene had been secured,” Mr. Weis said. “The victims had already been taken to the hospital; the officers are there talking to witnesses and trying to develop some possible leads. I think if I show up there, I take them away from their work.”

On the original Channel 2 video, you can see everyone, including J-Fled reacting to the shots. When shots are fired, the place for any police officer to be is either at the shots fired or going to the shots fired. Nowhere else. We don't care if you're a PPO, a seasoned officer, a sergeant, lieutenant, captain, commander or deputy. You go to (A) render aid and (B) apprehend the shooter. Anything else is cowardice, plain and simple.

The OEMC timestamps show that the first 007 District cars didn't arrive for over 5 minutes. So J-Fled's statement that "The scene had been secured" is a lie. His hearing the shots shows it. The victim was still lying there bleeding out. And the assumption that "I think if I show up there, I take them away from their work" is about the most arrogant thing we have read in a long time. Are we supposed to snap to attention and salute when J-Fled shows up on the scene? Maybe form up into ranks for a quick inspection?

We've been on the scenes of dozens of shootings, and the smartest thing we've ever seen certain supervisors do is stay the hell out of the way. Your basic street cop knows how to tape a scene, they know to grab up a witness or two for the detectives, some even write down every license plate in the vicinity and most even get a quick flash out for units in the area. Any of that would have helped tremendously at the scene. And exactly none of that was done by the closest available units.

And that should tell you everything you need to know about J-Fled.

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Anonymous THE LYING COWARD said...

"If I...saw that I was the cause of (poor) morale in this department, no one would have to ask me to leave. I would leave on my own."

4/19/2010 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pax 501. Stating promotions and new hires. How many promotions and new hires compared to what was written. ZERO DETECTIVES class made. There has not been a class in over 2 and half years. How many more have to retire before it is "justified" to replace the detectives.

4/19/2010 12:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The funniest thing is that Jfled is so arrogant cocky and out of touch that he actually thinks he's doina good job and that the average patrolman really likes him. This is what happens when u surround yourself with yes men and bootlickers that will do anything to further their careers.

4/19/2010 12:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has anybody noticed how much J-Fled has aged?

He's looking awefully stressed. He can talk a good game to the media, but sooner or later his lies are going to catch up to him.

I just hope those judges set Cozzi free.

*****I listened to the hearing and the judges questioned him quite a bit about HIM reopening Cozzi's case, etc. If anybody has that audio, maybe we can send it to the media or
J-Fled to refresh his memory that he's the jagoff that got Cozzi put in prison. It was a non issue that he did it on the audio, the issue was his motivation.

4/19/2010 01:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Responses to “Police Chief In The Crosshairs With Contract In Final Year”
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April 19, 2010 at 1:15 am
Honestly, when he first got here we didn’t know his history and many CPD officers hoped he could solve a some of our problems. There was a lot of city political and racial infighting between department bosses. Many were there only because they were backed by particular aldermen and didn’t give a damn about the police officers or the public. When he took over a lot of those people disappeared and some of us thought this was a good thing. Then, no hiring new police officers, the Cozzi incident, no rank and file promotions, everything done to cut costs so that the mayor of the city with some of the highest taxes in the country could spend money on his pals. He has no idea how to run a police department and will not listen to those who do. The morale is down the tubes and the only hope we have is dumping Mayor Daley and this goof in the next election. Stay Safe New York.

4/19/2010 01:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Kathy said...

Why doesn't the local media cover this rather than the New York Times?

Sweeping this news under the carpet is not in the interests of the public or good government. This is why most people do not trust the media. They have a sinister agenda.

4/19/2010 01:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So I take from this thread that Daley has the reach to have the NYT do a hit piece on us.

4/19/2010 01:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wasn't even that warm out today, and yet;

Add at least two more to that...both dead.

You're doing a great job Jody! All signs point to a hot summer here in Chicago. But I'm sure your plan to enforce curfews, break up parties, and analyze the data will put a stop to all of the violence. You may want to keep your "gear" close by though.

4/19/2010 02:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

big dopey looking piece of shit, i can't wait for the jag to leave---- god damn coward back stabbing bitch....===========>--------

4/19/2010 02:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Kathy said...

This "gotta run" doesn't make any sense when he ran the other way. Police are supposed to run towards violence and danger. What was his hurry to run the other way? I understand he was less than a minute away from the murder. The only reasonable explanation is cowardice. He should resign or be fired. No one with the stigma of being a coward can lead. He is a disgrace to all the good officers. How can they respect a coward? Most police and firefighters are very brave people. This guy totally creeps me out.

4/19/2010 02:10:00 AM  
Anonymous West Side, Inside Do-Nothing said...

It's not a lie if YOU believe it, ain't that right, J-Fled?

Just like people can train themselves to beat a polygraph, so too can one convince themselves that a blatant lie(s) is the truth. I'd bet a year's salary that a Fed is especially well-versed in lying, conniving and/or spinning the truth.

It's just too bad for J-Fled that video and audio proof exist, not to mention a little thing called "math", and it's simplest calculations, shoot his claims clearly out of the water.

I think the City of Chicago Koolaid, ingested and combined with the residual effects of Federal Koolaid, has rendered J-Fled a LIAR that would put Jim Carrey's character in "Liar, Liar" to shame.

You've been busted, Jody Boy. Box #1 on the arrest report goes to John Northen. "NO" box checked for "Court Sergeant To Handle". My suggestion: be a man for once, plead out, and take your weight.

4/19/2010 02:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My brother is a police officer. We get together with his police buddies to play cards ever so often. Weis is all they talk about. They absolutely hate him. Why did the mayor pick this disgraced loser in the first place? He is a disgrace to the Chicago P.D. and should be fired.

4/19/2010 02:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know how to do this or I'd give it a try but answer me this...

Is the "Morale Survey" a study that can be forced out into the open by a legitimate Freedom of Information Act request?

I'd love to see it released. It would be a GREAT way for J-Fled to end his career on this planet ! ! !

4/19/2010 02:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you are being too hard on the boss.....he's a big picture know an out of the box thinker.
he is going to guide this department into the future going forward with maximum bottom line results.

4/19/2010 03:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a song in honor of j-fled.

4/19/2010 03:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to rant a bit here. The FBI is no better or worse than any other law enforcement agency in the US. They do, however, enjoy one great advantage. They have great spin doctors working to make them look good to the public.

Let's take an example. How many FBI agents have been arrested in say, the past ten years? Can you think of any? Well, there have been. Including one for animal cruelty. Those feds fuck up as much as other peace officers do.

Why is Bill Ayers a free man teaching our children the values of the communists while collecting a check from Illinois taxes? Because the FBI did some illegal shit and as a result, the US wouldn't prosecute this admitted terrorist bomber whose targets included a CPD memorial and the Pentagon.

If a cop had done that, they would be in a prison cell next to Cozzi. Think about that for a while when you think about J-Fled and his cowardly ways. They get the press and we get the shaft.

How about Ruby Ridge where an FBI sniper killed a woman holding her ten month old baby in her arms? What would have happened to a Chicago cop who did that? You want to know what happened to the FBI sniper? A quote from wikipedia:

"FBI HRT sniper Lon Horiuchi was indicted for manslaughter in 1997 by the Boundary County, Idaho prosecutor just prior to expiration of the statute of limitations for the crime of manslaughter, but the trial was removed to federal court and was quickly dismissed on grounds of sovereign immunity."

The difference between them and us is this. They don't have to deal with the here and now. They can take their time and investigate. We have to deal with violence right in front of us and somehow manage the beast to keep normal people safe. That may take a heavy hand, and that's something the feds just don't get.

4/19/2010 04:54:00 AM  
Anonymous RUN, J-FLED, RUN! said...


J-Fled should be running to the next 1-way flight out of O'Hare.

John Northen and Mike Shields should run for FOP together.

The 7th Circuit should run Bill Cozzi back home with backpay so he can again run towards danger as brother cops do.

4/19/2010 05:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well done, Sgt. Northen. We desperately need your leadership, brains and courage.

4/19/2010 06:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why doesn't local media give the same coverage as the New York Times? J-Fled is such a loser. He has caused so much damage that it's going to take at least 20 years to repair. Why does Daley do this to us?

4/19/2010 06:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Shortshanks doesn't fire the coward, the Tribune and Sun Times should be calling for J-Fled's head. The last places that need a coward are the police and the military.

Anything new on Bill Cozzi Northside? I wrote him a letter this weekend. I think his birthday is on April 30.

4/19/2010 06:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's time for another protest demonstration around City Hall. J-Fled the coward will never be forgiven for what he did to Cozzi.
Northside rocks!

4/19/2010 06:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Northen, Farrell, Mauer and Snethen for very top brass. I could name a few minority officers on the job but I don't want to give them the kiss of death.

Hit the gong on this J-Fled disgrace. Sandman Simms calls, J-Fled.

4/19/2010 06:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A number of untruths published in that NYT article, but not surprising.
Does anyone wonder why the only semi-positive press obtained by WEISel and Masters has been obtained in out of state papers (NYT) or non-mainstream papers here (Crain's)? It's because the mainstream press here know our once respected Dept. is being managed by unqualified asshats, plain & simple.

4/19/2010 06:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can Reginald Meyers family sue J-Fled for being a coward and running the other way? It should be at least $930,000 (3 x $310,000) in punative penalties alone.

4/19/2010 06:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4/19/2010 06:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oooooh, SCC---you're smokin' today daddy! You GO boy!

---not a cop

4/19/2010 06:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any questions now that the DICKtator OWNS local media? It took the New York Times to get the truth out.

Fuck the media. They may be cowardly as J-Fled if that's possible. That GOTTA RUN videotape with the Channel 2 reporter sealed the fate of our coward leader. Cut and run. To hell with the victim and the responding officers. Save his own pussy ass. What was the midget mayor thinking when he picked this yellow mother fucker in the first place?

4/19/2010 07:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well put!! This by far, is one of the best posts I've read on here.

4/19/2010 07:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In europe and in south america (Rio)and mexico there are neighborhoods that the police will not go without amoured vehicles and a army escort.This is no joke, it is for real. Now I understand.

It has occurred to me that Chicago is going full tilt in that direction. The police have given up, the citizens have given up, the politicos have given up, and the shooting will continue and get worse. What a shame to lay it on the backs of the few good people that are left in those neighborhoods to be forced to solve thier own crimes.By snitching and getting shot for their vigilance. Now the short guy said... "What do you want the police to do" If no one will talk"?

Well, you got the police department that you always wanted. Not enough and now young and dumb lead by pencil pushers who have no clue...The New York Times portrays "poor jody with an impossible task". But he will finally be left to answer for this debacle. The mayor has started this fire and he does not have the tools to put it out. They got a pass last cold summer, but this one will roast the hides off the democrats.Jody the pussy cannot lie his way out of this one. It will be in everyones face soon. They will try to blame everybody else but J-Fool and the short shit. The media will write stories that will force them to say that SCC was right.Both must now go.

4/19/2010 07:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the media wonders why newspapers are becoming extinct and TV news audiences are disappearing. We don't like lies and coverups. I get my news from Fox or my computer.

Our unlikely ally is the New York Times? Incredible!

We're very proud of you Sgt. Northern. You are blue to the bone, sir.

4/19/2010 07:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jody is the Superintentant of Police. Have some respect. His name is J-Fledgar Hoover.

4/19/2010 07:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

he s learning to spin bullshit from his master!

4/19/2010 08:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4/19/2010 08:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man I thought the the fbi guys cannot lie! Looks like this guy wrote the book on lies and liars j-fed time to you to fly!!

4/19/2010 11:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cpdcoppurr said...
Northern hits the New York Times....... Page 26 I believe........ check it out!!!! How is JFLED going to explain that??

4/18/2010 11:51:00 PM
It's Northen, not NortheRn. This isn't difficult, people.

4/19/2010 11:25:00 AM  
Anonymous West Suburban Cop said...

This whole "Gotta run" thing has really been bothering me, I couldn't help but wonder, WWJFT? (What Was J-Fled Thinking) So I finally broke down and called Dionne Warwick's pyschic friends hotline. Yes, I plunked $4.99 a minute to find out what was really going through that thick skull of his. Here it is:

Woo, this news babe is hot! Hope she likes my muscles... maybe I should flex a little...


Whoa, what the fuck was that?!? Was that gunfire? Uhhh... what do I do? Think Jody, think... I think I just shit myself! Ok, you can do this big guy, revert to your training, like in that one shooting, with uhh, what was his name? Airhead, Braveheart? Whatever. Shit, where's one of my handlers? They'll know what to do! There's one, what's he saying? Run to the car? Good idea! Ok, gotta tell this news babe something, um, something that shows my awesome leadership skills and grasp of the situation...

"Umm, gotta run!"

Yes! Nailed it! I bet that little girly man Masters will be jealous of me when he sees THIS interview on tv! Oh man, the poop is running down my leg! Dang!

There you have it boys and girls, straight from J-Fled's brain to a tv pyschic to SCC.

Local media: feel free to run with this story.

4/19/2010 12:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The person who was shot, was the nephew of a p.o. that works in 007.

4/19/2010 12:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm saying "yawn" to that New York Times articale.

4/19/2010 01:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the sum total of all this is that weis is daley's chosen retarded puppet, so that daley can totally politicize the last city agency to resist being completely under his thumb.

whether weis knows this, or not, is irrelevant.

if the daley/weis strategy is to create, and maintain, conditions such that the street thugs whack each other with abandon, along with whatever collateral, non-thug victims are cut down in the process, it is working.

what daley has failed to consider is that there is no way to control the ignorant.

there's a reason why you don't open Pandora's Box, richie.

not even if you believe it's filled to overflowing with gold.

leave it to the midget leprechaun to open it anyway.

4/19/2010 01:22:00 PM  
Blogger NorthSide said...

I just mailed Bill Cozzi a letter which included two separate photocopies of the article that appeared in yesterday's New York Times (Section 1, page 27).

I also checked to see if the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has finally issued their written opinion = Negative. When you click on "Opinions" (left column) on that site, enter the Case No. 09-2648 (U.S. v. William Cozzi). I am also in contact with Marc Martin, Bill's appellate attorney.

I also received a "thank you" note from Sister Annunciella, M.C., the mother superior of the nuns of the Missionaries of Charity (Mother Teresa's Order) in Lafayette, 80 miles southeast of the prison. They want to make frequent visits to Bill, bringing him Holy Communion. It appears that the Bureau of Prisons is having an inexplicable delay in clearing four Roman Catholic nuns in "background checks".

I've told Bill to prepare for the worst and hope and pray for the best. Please pray for him.

Remember. Friday, April 30th is Bill's birthday. Swamp him with your cards and letters (only) which keep him strong throughout this hellish ordeal. His mailing address appears near the top of the right column on both SCC and Shaved. Remember to include his inmate number: #40222-424

Bill sends his ♥ to all his CPD brothers and sisters, both active and retired.



4/19/2010 02:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Whoa, what the fuck was that?!? Was that gunfire? Uhhh... what do I do? Think Jody, think... I think I just shit myself! Ok, you can do this big guy, revert to your training, like in that one shooting, with uhh, what was his name? Airhead, Braveheart? Whatever. Shit, where's one of my handlers? They'll know what to do! There's one, what's he saying? Run to the car? Good idea! Ok, gotta tell this news babe something, um, something that shows my awesome leadership skills and grasp of the situation...

"Umm, gotta run!"

That was hilarious. Really.

---not a cop

4/19/2010 04:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey SCC can we get some free cozzi shirts printed out so civilians can stand next to the exempts booth on st.judes?

4/19/2010 05:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4/19/2010 09:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

>>>...Let's take an example. How many FBI agents have been arrested in say, the past ten years? Can you think of any? Well, there have been. Including one for animal cruelty. Those feds fuck up as much as other peace officers do....<<<

They do, and sometimes it really big.

Ex-FBI spy Hanssen sentenced to life, apologizes

May 14, 2002 Posted: 4:10 PM EDT (2010 GMT)

Hanssen's guilty plea involved 15 counts of espionage and conspiracy.

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia (CNN) -- Apologizing before a U.S. federal judge, former FBI agent Robert Hanssen was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for spying for the Soviet Union and Russia.

P.S. Hansen has a Chicago connection.

4/19/2010 10:35:00 PM  
Blogger Cpdcoppurr said...

Cpdcoppurr said...
Northern hits the New York Times....... Page 26 I believe........ check it out!!!! How is JFLED going to explain that??

4/18/2010 11:51:00 PM
It's Northen, not NortheRn. This isn't difficult, people.

4/19/2010 11:25:00 AM

Since John NORTHEN is on my speed dial i would say i had a typo you anal retentive PPO. Go back in your mothers basement and tell another war story to your CAT!

4/19/2010 11:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Since John NORTHEN is on my speed dial i would say i had a typo you anal retentive PPO. Go back in your mothers basement and tell another war story to your CAT!

4/19/2010 11:28:00 PM"

settle down there, missy, no need to bite both his heads off......

4/20/2010 12:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a whore because I wanted the fuck out of here after 30+ years on the street? The City said they'd pay my medical--that's all I needed to hear to pull this plug. Sorry it's not working for you, but I put in my time and then some. And I WAS the police.

4/19/2010 09:39:00 PM
Yes. Yes, you are. It doesn't matter WHY you sell out; it matters that you SOLD OUT.

Who gives a damn about those who come after you, right? 'Cause I GOT MINE. You stuck it to everyone else, but you got yours.

And, as for being the police? You obviously forgot what being the police was about, too.

4/20/2010 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S. Hansen has a Chicago connection.

4/19/2010 10:35:00 PM

Yes, he does. He was a Chicago Police Officer.

4/20/2010 02:25:00 AM  
Blogger NorthSide said...

11:28 PM

My Dearest Pepper,

Unless you insist, I'll spare you the riding crop, you sassy woman.

A typo, whatever... FUGGEDABOUDIT! Call me anything you want. Just don't call me late for dinner.

I still remember when you always arranged for "the honeymoon suite" on our "rides" on the Staten Island Ferry.

I laugh my ass off every time I recall "the chandelier incident" across the road from the world's largest landfill.

You're a special lady. How many offices can say that that they were the pride of both the NYPD and the CPD? Just one, girl.

Ah, those wild and crazy nights in Greenwich Village, Coney Island and Bensonhurst (greatest pasta this side of Italy).

I've got Pepper's callipygian back. Don't fuck with my peeps, "anonymous" bro.

P.S.: Juan Morado said to say hello, sugarbutt.

4/20/2010 07:44:00 AM  
Blogger Rosemarie "Ro" Giambalvo said...

4/18/2010 11:51:00 PM
It's Northen, not NortheRn. This isn't difficult, people.

4/19/2010 11:25:00 AM

"I agree with cpdcoppurr!" It's like calling the FOP a union, when they are not!

4/20/2010 10:19:00 AM  
Blogger Cpdcoppurr said...

Smiles at John NORTHEN....... SSSHHH you werent suppose to talk about the chandelier incident!!!!

Love you buddy!!

4/21/2010 05:30:00 PM  

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