Thursday, March 5, 2009
Two Chicago police officers were fired and a third was suspended in separate decisions released today by the Chicago Police Board.
John Dellorto was fired for using another officer's pass code to alter department computer data to inflate the number of arrests and awards he received over two years, according to the board's decision. The officer testified he did it as a joke, one he later regretted.
John Krupa III was fired for disobeying orders when he left a police station with a personal bag that a dog trained to detect drugs had alerted on during an earlier search of his car.
Linda Brumfield was suspended for seven months for pushing a towing company employee while off-duty after the company refused to waive a towing fee for her friend's towed car.
All those orders we have & rules are because some copper fucked up
For such a bland doll, Barbie sure has caused a lot of controversy in her 50 years of existence. Now she has parents outraged about her latest iteration, Totally Stylin' Tattoo Barbie, which comes with a palette of temporary tattoos and a gun with which to apply them.
Oh, Barbie, how the mighty have fallen. You used to wear tennis outfits and hang out in mansions. Now you come with a "Ken" tramp stamp and a gigantic purple belt buckle.
In addition to this tattoo trouble, Barbie's bad rep with young girls' self-image has led to the proposal of the "Ban Barbie Bill" in West Virginia. That's right, Totally Stylin' Tattoo Barbie will not only look like an outlaw, she may actually be one too.
What will they think up next ? I have a few ideas
Meth Barbie ( no wonder she stays so thin )
Prison Barbie ( incarcerated for killing ken )
Prostitute Barbie ( paying her way through school )