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  Colorado Senate passes bill favoring popular vote over Electoral College?
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 02-09-2019, 12:20 AM - Forum: Political News and more - No Replies

It appears the Demos from CA have moved to CO and are now ruining that state also.  They want to discount the electoral college vote in favor of the popular.
Have any of these low IQ people read the constitution?  What kind of dimwits do we have in our government offices these days who don't understand that it just doesn't work that way?   smallnotamused 

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Quote:The Colorado Senate this week passed a bill that would award the state's electoral votes to the presidential candidate who wins the nationwide popular vote.

The Senate passed the measure along party lines in a 19-16 vote Tuesday, sending the bill to the state House for consideration.

The bill, known as the the national popular vote interstate compact, was sponsored by state Sen. Mike Foote (D), would require Colorado members of the Electoral College to cast their vote for the winner of the national popular vote.
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The state’s nine electoral votes currently go toward the candidate who wins the majority of votes in Colorado.
The national popular vote interstate compact is an agreement among 11 states and the District of Columbia, but would only go into effect if there are enough electoral votes to influence the final Electoral College vote tally.

The states in the pact have 172 electoral votes — 98 short of the 270 needed to win the Electoral College.

“This really isn’t a red versus blue idea. This is about making sure that the president of the United States is elected by the entire nation, not just a handful of ‘battleground states’ that get to decide our presidential elections under the current system,” Foote said in a statement. “All of Colorado’s voters should be heard, regardless of whether or not we are considered a battleground state.”

Colorado Senate Republicans argued that it was unconstitutional to tie Colorado votes to national popular opinion.
“It says your votes and your choices are no longer your own,” GOP state Sen. Owen Hill said. "We are going to tie your representation to what the other 49 states choose."

Quote:ALL 16 of your GOP Senators voted NO to curtailing the electoral college.

Senator @owenjhill: “It says you’re votes and your choices are no longer your own. We are going to tie your representation to what the other 49 states choose."#COpolitics #COleghttps://t.co/jZIrms8odv
— Colorado Senate GOP (@ColoSenGOP) January 30, 2019

Democrats in other states have criticized the Electoral College following the 2016 election, when President Trump lost the popular vote to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) by almost 3 million votes.

I have seen several articles since President Trump won the election showing how millions of people who voted turned out to be votes by dead people, people voting in more than one state, or illegals (who aren't supposed to have the right to vote in our country). 
When all those illegal votes were counted, it showed that President Trump also won the popular vote. 

I think we'll have voter ID laws before the 2020 election, which makes me wonder how will they react when he wins the Popular vote too in 2020? tinylaughing

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  A Story Of Goodness For A Change.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-08-2019, 10:02 PM - Forum: Daily Chit Chat - Replies (3)

In a world where some people see their lifestyles as a sh*t-sandwich with deceit and mockery waiting around
the corner for dessert, there's others who spread a little light in this time of encroaching shadows.


Quote:Sixty strangers attend man's funeral in Redruth.

'About 60 strangers turned up to the funeral of a man they had never met after an appeal from the vicar.
Terence Filer, 85, died at St Martin's House Care Home in Camborne, Cornwall on 2 January.
The funeral directors and Cornwall Council attempted to find people who knew him but with no success.

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This prompted the vicar to appeal for people to attend his funeral in Redruth.
Rev Caspar Bush said it was unusual.
"On the form from the funeral directors it said 'this man had no friends or relatives, and nothing is known of
his life'," he said. "It just struck me as incredibly sad so thought we ought to try and do something to try and
give him a good send off."

After some investigation, it was discovered Mr Filer lived in Newquay for a time and had learning difficulties.
It is also thought he hailed from Bristol but had no known next of kin or close friends to mourn his death.
The only possessions passed to the funeral director was an ice-cream tub full of more than 50 American
style belt buckles.

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For this reason Rev Bush chose the John Denver's song 'Take Me Home Country Roads' to be part of the
service. One of the guests who attended, called Ann, said: "Even if he never married or had children he was
still somebody's son, somebody's grandson.
"What if they were looking down thinking nobody even saw his passing."

As well as 60 guests from across Cornwall, a local business also donated 75 pasties so a wake could be held
in the church afterwards...'
BBC:

RIP Terence... I hope Elvis gives you an original belt-buckle, man.



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  I'd Shop Here!
Posted by: guohua - 02-08-2019, 07:36 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (1)

If I was close to this supermarket, I'd be a Daily Customer wearing my MEGA Hat!


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Quote:Grocery store owner defends controversial 'political' coupon mailer, says he's not a racist
He is Not A Racist. 
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Quote:A Southern grocery store chain is facing backlash online after including a controversial blurb in its latest weekly ad that the owner acknowledges is "political."

Mac’s Fresh Market, with locations in Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi, shared a photo of the savings circular on its Facebook page and website. At the top of the ad is the quote drawing so much attention: “Heaven has a wall, a gate and a strict immigration policy. Hell has open borders. Let that sink in.”
Dozens of people have since called out the store for the circular, with some calling it "disgusting” message, vowing to no longer shop there.
Source
Read the rest of the Uniformed and Low IQ'd Sheeples comments in the article.

These Low IQ people need to read our Laws on Immigration.
It's not hard and actually we are one of the very few Nations in the World without a Wall on its border.

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  Alabama Imams vs Christian Chaplains... In The Lethal Injection Room.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-08-2019, 12:34 PM - Forum: America and its Territories - No Replies

Damn, he should've thought about the consequences when he raped and murdered the kid.
Just sayin'.

Quote:Alabama inmate executed after Supreme Court denies him imam's presence.

'The US state of Alabama has executed a Muslim inmate after the Supreme Court dismissed his appeal for
a imam to be present with him at death. Convicted murderer Dominique Ray was killed by lethal injection on
Thursday as scheduled.

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Dominique Ray.

Ray's lawyers had argued that the state favoured Christians because a chaplain was allowed to be in the room
with inmates. Imam Yusef Maisonet instead watched from an adjacent room, reports said.

On Wednesday a federal appeals court agreed to a temporary delay to the execution, saying in its judgement that
Ray had a "powerful" claim against the state because it refused to "provide the same benefit to a devout Muslim
and all other non-Christians".

However Alabama quickly appealed to the Supreme Court, which ruled five to four in its favour.

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) employs a Christian chaplain who has been in the execution room
for nearly every execution since 1997 -but ADOC refused to allow a non-employee to be in the execution chamber
instead of the chaplain.

Ray had been an inmate for close to 20 years, the New York Times reported, and converted to Islam while in prison.
He was sentenced to death in 1999 for raping and murdering a 15-year-old girl in 1995...'
BBC:

But maybe all of this is about standards? Maybe it's about an established manner of using capital
punishment? A recognised dignity in a situation that some may seem as brutal.

Meanwhile, standards of a judicial system in a Muslim-orientated country can be seen to more debatable
than the one above in Alabama.


Quote:SENT TO HELL Paedos executed with AK-47 for raping and murdering boy, 12, in Yemen as children watch on.

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Execution Yemen-style. No Chaplain present though.

'Two  paedophiles have been executed with AK-47s in front of a bloodthirsty crowd for raping and murdering a
12-year-old boy in Yemen. Chilling images show Wadah Refat and Mohamed Khaled being marched at gunpoint
through the port city of Aden.

Yemen is one of the few countries in the world where capital punishment is legal, and even children were in attendance
to watch the gruesome event. Refat, 28, and Khaled, 31, were condemned for the abduction, rape, and murder of a
young boy who was snatched after playing next to the house of one of the men.

The pair reportedly dragged him into their home and raped him.
When sentencing the pair, The Daily Star reported that the judge said: “After the rape, they could not silence the cries of
the child who begged for help, one of them grabbed a knife and cracked his neck.”

All capital punishment sentences must be ratified by the President of Yemen, and usually involve a firing squad.
Offences are usually violent acts such as murder, rape and terrorism, but the death penalty can also be used for acts
contrary to Sharia Law, such as adultery and blasphemy.

Three other men were previously shot dead and hung from cranes for a similarly crime involving a young boy.
Another paedophile who raped a four-year-old girl was also shot and then hung on display.

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Dr Salah Mohamed Hussein, director of the Forensic Unit, checks to see if the cartoons
were true and that water really does come out of the bullet-holes afterwards.

Human Rights Watch director Sarah Leah Whitson condemned the sentencing in Yemen.
She said: “Public execution is an even more grotesque violation of human rights, particularly in a country where the ability
of the accused to obtain adequate legal representation and the coverage of the process is highly limited.”...'
The Sun:

(By the way, the first image was labelled 'MUZZED-MORE_execution_fo' by The Sun, 'Muzzies' must be an okay-name
for Muslims then?!)



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  The Skripal Incident.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-07-2019, 01:16 PM - Forum: War, Peace and Inbetween - Replies (8)

I thought I'd separate the Skripal case from the thread it had been inadvertently embedded into (Something Is Cooking)
due to the continuing intrigue around the alleged attempted murder of the ex-spy and his daughter.

Please read the articles debated in the link, it's a fascinating tale that shows that either the British security systems are
incompetent or the mainstream media have baked this particular cake out of next-to-nothing.

It's 2019 and more is coming to light. The main characters are no longer in play, but Putin must be ridiculed.
Enter -stage left, The Cunning One.


Quote:Third novichok attacker may still be in Britain after Russian spy 'aborted his escape when it became clear
Sergei Skripal had survived'

*Third Russian agent under name of Sergey Fedotov could still be in Britain 
*He was scheduled to leave on same flight as two Salisbury accused, but left  
*Unclear why he got off but fears he left to finish off the job they left unfinished 

'A third Russian undercover agent said to be involved in the Salisbury novichok attack may still be in the UK.

The Russian military officer, who entered the UK under the name Sergey Fedotov, came to Britain on the same day
the other two hitmen travelled to the UK to assassinate Sergei Skripal.

He was booked on the same flight back to Moscow as the other two Russian agents but checked himself and his
baggage out before boarding. It remains unclear while Fedotov did not board the plane but raises the prospect
that a would-be Russian hit man could still be at large in the UK.

'It is not clear why Fedotov did not board the flight. But at the last minute he checked himself and his bags off it,'
a source told The Telegraph. 'He could still have been running around Britain.'
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia survived after they came into contact with military-grade poison in March
last year. It raises the possibility that Fedotov stayed in Britain after realising Skripal was not killed...'


Well, this unseen chap is Russian, he flew on a Russian flight from Moscow and his name sounds Russian.
I'll get the rope.


Quote:'...According to documents, Fedotov is 45-years-old and was using a fake passport similar to the ones of Alexander Petrov
and Ruslan Boshirov, who were accused of the Salisbury posioning. Petrov and Boshirov were later found to be Alexander
Mishkin and Anatoliy Chepiga,  senior GRU agents who were awarded Russia's highest honour for services in Ukraine. 

The true identity of Fedotov remains unclear, as does his role in the Skripal poisoning. One theory is that he smuggled in the
nerve agent which was used in the attack. Mishkin and Chepiga were caught on CCTV in Salisbury on the day of the attack.
There are no known images of Fedotov.  

It has been suggested Fedotov carried out survillance missions, reporting back to the other two about the whereabouts of Skripal.
Fedotov previously travelled to the UK in March 2016 and March 2017 and again in 2018, according to Russian news outlet
Fontanka....'

You spell it as 'surveillance'. Jeez, In my day they had proof-readers.

Quote:'...There is no trace of Fedotov in documentary databases or on social media. He also has no property, vehicles or telephone
registered to his name in Russia, Fontanka reported...'
MailOnline:

He's very good this one. Let's just hope he doesn't read the Daily Mail.
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  FYI
Posted by: guohua - 02-06-2019, 10:06 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (3)

This video is informative.
I'm attaching it to help some of you that want to be but in a casket understand.
Actually, this person has other GREAT Informative videos if you don't mind the discussion of Death and what becomes of you body or what to expect.






You can watch the rest of her videos here: Source

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  You Remember the,, Dyatlov Pass Incident?
Posted by: guohua - 02-06-2019, 09:09 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (6)

I'm sure everyone Here at R-N (because we're so well informed.) has heard of the incident is Russia called the Dyatlov Pass incident.
I'll post a reminder with pictures.

Quote:In January 1959, nine Soviet college students were killed under mysterious circumstances while hiking through the Ural Mountains in what's now known as the Dyatlov Pass incident.
Remember they were all found Dead and it was very Strange how they Died.
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Quote:None of the hikers were ever seen alive again.
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The above source link will refresh your memory.
The reason I'm bringing this up is this.

Quote:Russian officials reopen probe into mysterious deaths of nine skiers in 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident
I find this interesting.
I don't know what they can discover after 60 years.
Can the bodies be exhumed? Is there anything on the bodies that can tell them something, there was mentioned in an original story that the bodies were highly contaminated with radiation. 
Quote:[url=https://www.foxnews.com/world/russia-must-develop-new-missile-systems-in-response-to-us-withdrawal-from-arms-control-treaty-russia-top-minister-says]Russian officials announced last week that they are reopening an investigation into the mysterious deaths of nine students who died in 1959 during a ski trip.


The deaths, known as the Dyatlov Pass Incident, have long sparked conspiracy theories surrounding what happened to the students.


Alexander Kurennoi, the official representative of Russia’s prosecutor general, made the announcement, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported.


"All of [the deaths] are somehow connected with natural phenomena," he said.
Really  tinyhuh You know they died because of a Natural Phenomena!!?? 
So,,,there is NO Biased in this new investigation from your office?
Asshole!  minusculenonono
Quote:"Relatives, the media and the public still ask prosecutors to determine the truth and don't hide their suspicions that something was hidden from them,” he continued.

The incident began when the students went on a skiing trip across the Ural Mountains in January 1959. They were led by Igor Dyatlov, a student at Ural Polytechnic Institute, and the group -- in all, seven men and two women -- started off on what they hoped would be a 16-day journey.
Read the rest of the article HERE: Source

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  SOTU 2019
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 02-06-2019, 05:19 PM - Forum: America's President D. Trump - Replies (13)

President Trump gave his State of the Union Address last night.  Here is a rundown of seven memorable highlights.
This report originally came from ABC and then Yahoo picked it up, so expect it to slant Left.

Quote:President Donald Trump's State of the Union address was just under an hour and a half in its entirety, but there were several key lines that were memorable because of the vivid or telling reactions they prompted in the House Chamber.
Some touched on pivotal issues that have been at the heart of the administration's policy priorities, like building a wall at the southern border and working towards a better relationship with North Korea.
Others were more spontaneous, such as when the largely quiet Democratic female members of Congress -- many of whom dressed in white to send a political message -- took a moment to celebrate their wins in the midterm election.

Here is the rundown of some of the most notable lines:
1. When he brought up the investigations
"An economic miracle is taking place in the United States -- and the only thing that can stop it are foolish wars, politics or ridiculous partisan investigations. If there is going to be peace and legislation, there cannot be war and investigation. It just doesn't work that way!"
(MORE: State of the Union fact check: What President Donald Trump is claiming)

2. A moment of bipartisan unity for criminal justice reform
"Now, Matthew is the very first person to be released from prison under the First Step Act."
The First Step Act was one of the final acts of the prior Congress, with a bipartisan bill offering reforms to sentencing laws.
Matthew Charles attended the State of the Union as one of the honored guests, and the president detailed how he was sentenced to 35 years for selling drugs. Trump detailed how during his time in prison, Charles participated in Bible studies, became a law clerk and mentored his peers.

3. Talking about the wall and pointing fingers
"In the past, most of the people in this room voted for a wall, but the proper wall never got built. I will get it built."
This is not the first time that Trump has made such a claim, but when Democrats have voted for a physical barrier along the border in the past, it was far different than what he is currently asking for.

The Secure Fence Act of 2006 called for the construction of 700 miles of fencing along the southern border, including enhanced surveillance technology, satellites, radar coverage and cameras.

The barrier was far less ambitious than the "big, beautiful" concrete wall Trump promised voters.
The legislation was part of the Bush administration's broader strategy for comprehensive immigration reform. And while the bill itself called for the construction of border "fencing," it also included a multi-faceted approach at securing the border.
The final vote in the Senate was 80-19.

Twenty-six Democrats voted in favor of the bill, including Schumer, the current Democratic leader. The final vote in the House was 283-138. Current House Speaker Nancy Pelosi voted against it. The legislation was signed into law by President George W. Bush.

4. The women of Congress take a stand
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"No one has benefited more from our thriving economy than women, who have filled 58 percent of the newly created jobs last year. You weren’t supposed to do that. Thank you very much. Thank you very much."
"All Americans can be proud that we have more women in the workforce than ever before -- Don’t sit yet. You’re gonna like this! And exactly one century after Congress passed the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote, we also have more women serving in Congress than ever before. That's great, really great. And congratulations, that's great."

5. Controversial comments about abortion
"These are living, feeling, beautiful, babies who will never get the chance to share their love and dreams with the world. And then, we had the case of the governor of Virginia where he stated he would execute a baby after birth. To defend the dignity of every person, I am asking Congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late-term abortion of children who can feel pain in the mother's womb."
Trump was referencing embattled Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's controversial comments about third trimester abortions.
(MORE: Racist photo scandal and Kavanaugh hearing put yearbooks in the spotlight)

During a radio interview with radio station WTOP, Northam said "it's done in cases where there may be severe deformities, there may be a fetus that's non-viable. So in this particular example, if a mother is in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother."

6. Touting his presidential performance
"If I had not been elected President of the United States, we would right now, in my opinion, be in a major war with North Korea."

7. Slamming socialism
"Here, in the United States, we are alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country. America was founded on liberty and independence -- not government coercion, domination and control. We are born free, and we will stay free. Tonight, we renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country."
ABC News' Justin Fishel, Mariam Khan and Kendall Heath contributed to this report.
Source


The camera showed Bernie's face when President Trump was talking about socialism. He was leaning over towards the chair arm with his head in his hand and he didn't look too happy.   tinylaughing


So far I haven't been able to locate a video of the speech in full, but I'll come back and post it if I do.

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  Crypto boss dies with passwords needed to unlock customer accounts
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 02-06-2019, 02:13 AM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (3)

tinywhat Oh no!  He took the passwords with him to the grave! 


Quote:Customers of a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange are reportedly unable to access $190 million of funds after the company’s founder died with the passwords needed to access the money.

Gerald Cotten, the 30-year-old founder of QuadrigaCX, died due to complications with Crohn’s disease, according to Sky News, citing Cotten’s wife, Jennifer Robertson. The executive reportedly passed away in December while traveling in India to open an orphanage.
 I have a small amount of bitcoin at CoinBase.com. I really don't know if it's affiliated with this company or not.   tinyshocked

Quote:Citing a sworn affidavit by Robertson as she filed for credit protection, Sky News reports that Cotten held “sole responsibility for handling the funds and coins.”

About $190 million in cryptocurrency and traditional money is said to be in “cold storage,” with the digital key held by Cotten. While Robertson has Cotten’s laptop, she does not know its password and even a security expert has been unable to get past the device’s encryption.

Some QuadrigaCX customers have taken to social media to voice their frustration over the deadlock.
In a statement posted on its website on Jan. 31, QuadrigaCX said that it applied for creditor protection in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court “to allow us the opportunity to address the significant financial issues that have affected our ability to serve our customers.”

“For the past weeks, we have worked extensively to address our liquidity issues, which include attempting to locate and secure our very significant cryptocurrency reserves held in cold wallets, and that are required to satisfy customer cryptocurrency balances on deposit, as well as sourcing a financial institution to accept the bank drafts that are to be transferred to us,” the company added, in its statement. “Unfortunately, these efforts have not been successful.”
Source
I bet a lot of people are upset right now. I mean, I'm sorry for the family and their loss, but...   tinyshocked



Being the critical thinker I am, I have to wonder if this guy didn't fake his death so he could steal all that money for his own? He was in India to open a Orphanage when he died?  Umm... yeah, right. 

Does anyone here have bitcoin with that company?  If so, I'd like to hear your thoughts.  Or, maybe I woudn't.   tinysurprised

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  You Won't Believe What This College Student Found in Her Closet
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 02-05-2019, 09:04 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (2)

A female college student at University of North Carolina kept finding that her clothes and other things were missing to the point she thought her apartment was haunted.  Come to find out, there was a 30 year old man living in her closet.

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Quote:A female student who attends the University of North Carolina at Greensboro was terrified when she believed a ghost was in her off-campus apartment. The faux-poltergeist, however, turned out to be a man who was hiding in her closet — where he helped himself to her clothes.

“I’ve been having pieces of clothes [go] missing. Like shirts and pants,” Maddie, a junior, told Fox 8. She and her roommate also found handprints on the bathroom wall and mirror.
On Saturday, they learned the terrifying truth.

“I just hear rattling in my closet. It sounded like a raccoon in my closet,” Maddie told the outlet. “I’m like, Who’s there? And somebody answers me. He’s like, ‘Oh, my name is Drew.’ I open the door and he’s in there, wearing all of my clothes. My socks. My shoes. And he has a book bag full of my clothes.”

After calling her boyfriend, Maddie waited for help and talked to the man, identified as 30-year-old Andrew Swofford, to distract him.

“He tries on my hat. He goes in the bathroom and looks in the mirror and then is like, ‘You’re really pretty. Can I give you a hug?’” Maddie said. “But he never touched me.”

The women do not know how the man entered the residence. They keep their doors locked, and did not notice any damage.

This is not the first time the two women discovered men inside their home. On December 19, 2018, two men were found inside their living room, at which point they alerted the leasing office at the Summit at the Edge Apartments. An employee confirmed to Fox 8 that they changed the locks to the apartment, but a police report was not filed.

The property management company, Burkely Communities, is going through the details in an attempt to find out how this happened. However, the roommates are planning to leave their apartment after the incident.

“Last night I did not feel safe [so] I slept with my roommate in her bed,” Maddie said. “I can’t stay here. My closet, it stinks. Every time I go in [my room], there’s a bad vibe. I’m just ready to leave.”

Swofford was jailed in Guilford County under a $26,000 bond. He faces 14 felony charges, including larceny and identity theft.
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This is not the first time the two women discovered men inside their home.  tinybigeyes 

Sounds like someone better start looking for that trap door or underground tunnel entrance. 

What an odd story.   tinysurprised

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