Episode 1: Back to Broward Special Edition
The beginning of season 21 finds the series back where it began, with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. First up, the officers chase down a hit and run driver. A long run ends with a ramming, followed by an investigation of the vehicle which uncovers a machete. Next, a known drug area finds a man on a bicycle who tries to flee. A search reveals cocaine on a man who is on probation. Lastly, officers are responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle near a business. The driver begins to flee as officers arrive. An investigation uncovers a bleary-eyed man behind the wheel who claims to be sleeping, yet a bag of white powder gives the officers another idea.
Episode 2: What a Sap Special Edition
Palm Beach County Sheriff's witness a speeding car in a drug infested area. Having stopped them in a pursuit, the driver angrily exits his vehicle to ask why he was stopped. He jumps back in his car and speeds off beginning a new chase in which a passenger bails out. The female is the drivers boyfriend which is only discovered after a long inquiry. She reveals he has a vial of crack inside the car. Next, a Spokane Police officer is called to a possible domestic call on the street. Looking up and down the road the officers discover a man standing under a tree in which a female is up in the tree. They find out that the woman often climbs the tree when upset with family problems. Then, a Rialto Police officer spots a drug transaction taking place. The men claim they are construction workers headed to purchase supplies, but a bag of crack on the floor has the officer in doubt.
Episode 3: Stupid Behavior #3
The Palm Beach County Sheriff Officers vice unit have set up a sting operation, using a pair of undercover officers in a pickup truck as buyers. The first seller takes the officers straight to a drug house to sell their crack. The suspect is quickly arrested after lighting up his crack on the way home. The second deal happens when a young man offers to sell the officers crack and asks them to join him for a smoke behind a gas station. Then, an officer in Las Vegas is summoned when a restaurant claims a man refused to pay his $400 bill. He is trapped by the manager and a waiter. The suspect first claims his friend paid the tab and then changes his story and says he paid the bill himself. The man is arrested when it's discovered he has warrants and now can add the unpaid bill to the charges. Lastly, an officer in Palm Beach has stopped a car for a tint violation. Lowering his window, a cloud of marijuana smoke billows out from the car and a small amount of crack and cocaine is also discovered.
Sunday, September 14, 2008
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Mind of Mencia is a sketch-comedy series that stars Carlos Mencia. Carlos has a unique take on the world around him. By watching Mind of Mencia you take a journey into his mind and realize quickly that he takes no prisoners picking on every race and cultural in the book. Hate him or love him, either way this self-described “beaner” is back for his fourth season with a new intro and a new stage.
Season four begins with Mencia acting as host of a children's show in a third world country. Also, a police officer who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Mencia pays homage to a gay man living in a small town. Also, ideas of how to make women happy.
A new crime syndicate arises after the price of rice increases. Then, a debate between teen and elderly arises over how tough it was to be a child.
Features ideas concerning the housing crisis. Also, a person on the street interview with the citizens to see what they would do if they were elected president.
Mencia speaks on how to handle being invited to a gay wedding. Also, Mencia's opinion on emo music, and a special appearance by Cheech Marin.
An examination of the Jewish culture with Robert Schimmel, and Mencia explains what he loves about the USA. Also, a fitting tribute for the late, great George Carlin (1937-2008).
Mencia tries to help politicians, celebrities and his own family by traveling back to the past in a time machine. Also, a trip to a racially themed amusement park.
This episode features Mencia reading his hate mail on stage. Also, interviews are conducted on the street to see if citizens will speak ill of the dead.
The season finale finds crime fighting superheroes who are handicapped. And Mencia sings the blues about the elderly black men.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Well folks, looks like RIM has finally got around to sticking it to BlackBerryFree and has filed a DMCA complaint with Blogger.com.
The nature of the complaint completely revolves around the OS 4.5 Betas, and I'd just like to take this opportunity to give a big SCREW YOU where RIM's sun don't shine.
Alot of us paid top dollar for our BlackBerrys and the current official OS is crippling the capability of our BB's compared to what's possible with the new 4.5 OS. it's been over a year since the last OS update for current GSM BB's. We're sick and tired of waiting around wondering when RIM will get off their asses and release this damn OS to the public already.
I for one am perfectly aware of the risks of using a beta OS, and the fact I have to be part of some "special" beta testing circle at RIM to attain it is ridiculous. Anybody and EVERYBODY should be entitled to be a beta tester with ownership of a BlackBerry being their pass card.
So to sum it up, we'll have to remove the posts with links to OS 4.5 no later than July 17th, 2008, but alternative areas to download will definitely be made available because contrary to stated law I see NOTHING illegal about releasing a product that will be available free of charge to the masses eventually.
In closing, once again... RIM you blow big ones!
Posted by R.P. at 4:48 PM
Thursday, July 10, 2008
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the moment they are called. Their chance of solving a case is cut in half if they don't get a lead in The First 48 hours. Each passing hour gives suspects more time to flee, witnesses more time to forget what they saw, and crucial evidence more time to be lost forever.
The First 48 follows detectives from around the US during these first critical 48 hours as they race against time to find the suspect. Gritty and fast-paced, it takes viewers behind the scenes of real-life investigations with unprecedented access to crime scenes, autopsies, forensic processing, and interrogations.
Episode 1: Last Fare
The Tuscon investigators must work fast after learning the suspects of the murder of a cab driver have plans on fleeing the country.
Episode 2: Last Night Out/Death Do Us Part
A young man is seen running from a shooting of another man outside of a Cincinnati nightclub. Detectives hope their only witness will assist in catching the fleeing shooter. In Miami, a mother is found slumped over the wheel of her SUV shot dead, as a pair of one year old twins are left crying in the back seat. Detectives investigate their few leads in hopes of catching the killer.
Episode 3: Lester Street
Detectives investigate a grisly murder in Memphis in which four adults and two children were left dead. Making things worse is that the press is swarming all over this case due to its magnitude of the crime.
If you enjoy this show, please bookmarks this page as it will be updated weekly with new episodes as they are aired.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
I know quite a few people who have asked if there was a keyboard shortcut to send an SMS message. Just like you can hit ‘C’ to compose an email.
qSMS is a simple application that assigns a keyboard shortcut for text messages and allows you to use the ‘Q’ as a shortcut to compose an SMS!
NOTE: Please backup your BlackBerry before trying this application!!!
UPDATE: Apparently it's not working for some with OS 4.5 Beta.
You can download it in the Apps section OTA by loading mobile.blackberrytrade.com on your device.
Posted by R.P. at 10:42 AM