So let's go chronologically with this story that Nain's legal blog sent me. The first thing that I found stupid about the story of 26-year old Alexander Pera was that they had him busted in 2009 in Florida for fraudulent use of credit cards. Despite this, charges were dropped and in 2010 he got court ordered diversion for doing the same thing in Illinois. But now, Pera has outdone himself. This time he was busted in Lincolnshire, Illinois, for stealing ID's from customers and workers at the steak house he USED to manage- 50 of 'em- and using them to buy gift cards and prepaid cards, raising $50,000. And what did the 26-year-old Pera use this money for? Two take two Disney cruises and FIFTEEN trips to Disney World- in FIVE MONTHS TIME. Childish much, Alex?
That's right; she bashed in the windshield of her nearly-$200,000 car. HER car, you ask? Yes, her car. And then had it towed to another shop for repairs. Including, presumably, the battery. I'll bet that really hurt the repair people.
Next up, meet Lenin Carballido.
Next, A headline I had to chuckle at, from BBC...
And one more, which my Facebook friends have no doubt seen- a Bay Area TV station gets punked over the names of the crew of the plane that crashed one week ago...
Okay, now on to Scrappy and his Daddy's 3.6 mile round trip to Johnny Appleseed park.
|Daddy saw grandpa ground hog again... about twice the size of the punks we saw last night!|
|I'm getting a lot better at spotting frogs...|
|Boatmen on the water...|
|Scrappy was more interested in this bigger one.|
|Crossing the Coliseum bridge|
|When the river is high, I've seen foot long catfish swimming where we're standing. Today, we're busy dodging mole tunnels.|
|Scrappy's highlight- the boat landing|
|Right about here, I was looking down at what I thought was a stone- until it sprouted six legs ans scampered into the water. Still don't know what it really was.|
|For you newbies, the coolest thing at Appleseed- the tank!|
|"and I'm walkin' to New Orleans..."|
|I saw this hawk in a tree, and when I went to take a pic, he flew off. However, when he roosted on the high tension tower...|
|This red wing blackbird lit into him like a nagging mother-in-law.|
|He flew away screaming to another pole... and the blackbird went right with him.|