Dear Facebook Family, on Monday August 13(St.Thomas) and Tuesday August 14, 2012(St. Croix) beginning at 6pm there will be Committee of the Whole hearings to discuss two bills. Bill 29-0349 - which is to allow a referendum on this election's ballot which asks the people of the VI if they are interested in having Medicinal Marijuana be legal here in the Territory, and Bill 29 - 0350 - which asks the question if the people of the VI are interested in allowing Industrial Hemp Industries in the Territory. The public is invited to attend. If you are interested in testifying call my office at 340-712-2210 or the Senate President's office.
I'll try to attend tomorrow. It should be interested. I wonder if i could get a USVI NORML shirt.
These 8 words confirmed that the 3 breasted prostitute from the original Total Recall is in the 2012 remake. Kaitlyn Leeb was sworn to secrecy on the role. likely no nipple would be shown in the 2012 movie because it is rated PG-13 while the original was Rated R.
A few Facts.
All 3 breasts are fake . Which means that Kaitlyn Leeb is incredibly flat chested.
If I'm encountered with a 3 breasted woman, I won't need 3 hands, just my 2 hands and my open mouth would do.
Mary the original 3 breasted prostitute from the Total Recall
No, this is not about Gov. DeJongh or the V.I. Legislature Senators but real rats running around in Vendor's Plaza. A few years ago a government agency tried to get of the feral chickens running around down town. they should be working on eradicating these rats from living and breeding next to a tourist attraction.
Man leaves bag of stolen items behind in victim's house
ST. THOMAS - A man was arrested in connection with a home burglary after he left a bag with the stolen items inside the house and asked the victim if he could go back inside to retrieve it.
Morgan Richards, 18, was arrested at 12:30 p.m. Monday and charged with third-degree burglary, attempted grand larceny and destruction of property. He was advised of his rights Tuesday.
According to court records, a Smith Bay resident returned to his home to find a window shattered and bent. The victim saw the suspect on the property and asked him what he was doing there, police said. The suspect said he was just passing through, but he later admitted to breaking into the residence by saying, "It was me, and I forgot my black bag inside the house," according to the court file.
Police said the suspect asked the victim if he could go back inside and get the bag, and the victim said yes. When the suspect got onto the front porch, the victim detained him and called 911.
When police arrived on the scene they found that the inside of the house had been ransacked, and they recovered the black bag, which was filled with stolen items from the family, including jewelry, documents, a camera and other electronics.
V.I. Superior Court Magistrate Judge Alan Smith found probable cause to charge Richards Tuesday and released him on a $2,500 unsecured bond Tuesday.