The Farsider

April 30, 2015

 

Bill Mattos, Editor and Publisher <bilmat@comcast.net>
Leroy Pyle, Webmaster <leroypyle@sjpba.net>

 

The Farsider is an independent publication that is not affiliated with the San Jose Police Benevolent
Assn. The SJPBA has allowed the Farsider to be included on its web site solely for the convenience
of the retired San Jose Police community. The content of this newsletter does not represent or reflect
the views of the San Jose Police Benevolent Association's Board of Directors or its membership.


 

POA UPDATES



April 28th

Hearts and Crosses (click HERE) donated two beautiful plaques to Michael Johnson's family, one of which was displayed on his car at the funeral service:

Please return their kindness by donating to their fundraiser. The TV show COPS and Langley Productions is matching all donations made, dollar for dollar, up to $30,000.   

This fundraiser is key because the equipment they use is being relocated to Washington state. The money raised will go to purchase the equipment and supplies to keep Hearts and Crosses running without missing a beat.

Click HERE to view their fundraising website.

And please share the fundraiser on Facebook by clicking HERE.


 

THE TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS OF SAN JOSE AND THE SJPD

Greater Sunshine Sought on Internal Misconduct Issues

By Robert Salonga <rsalonga@mercurynews.com>
Mercury News — April 28, 2015

SAN JOSE — The number of San Jose Police Department officers and staff members reporting possible misconduct by their colleagues bounced upward last year after plummeting to a 10-year low.

While that suggests a trend toward more accountability between members of the force, the city’s police watchdog wants things to go a step further: Open up the books more so the public can get a better idea of how well the police are policing themselves.

LaDoris Cordell, who last week presented her final annual report as San Jose’s independent police auditor, is pushing for greater transparency in what are known as department-initiated investigations.

SJPD publishes data summarizing the number and broad categories of violations examined each year but nothing specific about the kind of misbehavior being investigated and how it lines up with any punishment doled out.

That is distinct from conduct complaints made by the public, which are also investigated by the Internal Affairs unit but eventually laid out in detail. Public complaints are also reviewed and analyzed by the IPA office, though the Police Department has final say over any adjudication.

“There is no justification whatsoever for why there should be two different systems,” Cordell said. “With more sunshine, if we’re not behaving well, it gets corrected.”

Chief Larry Esquivel says it’s not that simple. Police officers’ rights and privacy are protected by the state’s Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act. But he stands firm that his department handles internal complaints against its officers the same as those made by citizens. “I can guarantee you we treat those the same: complete, thorough, objective and fair,” Esquivel said.

The department-initiated investigation report tallies how many complaints were received in a calendar year in categories encompassing violations of procedure, courtesy, conduct unbecoming an officer, neglect of duty, discrimination, harassment, search and seizure, and use of force. It also publishes how many cases were sustained, or validated, and how many officers received punishments on a spectrum ranging from training or counseling to suspension, demotion and termination.

But the numbers, Cordell argues, do not reveal what the officers did to draw scrutiny, and offer no way of connecting the sustained cases to any of the punishments to assess whether they were proportional.

“All you get is this handout. They should write another report that summarizes every sustained allegation,” Cordell said. “It can be sanitized. (Take) the names out, we don’t want to embarrass anybody. But tell the public: What did they do?”

Esquivel concedes the department could be more forthcoming about finding patterns and trends within the internal complaints. But he returns to the complications of privacy, namely because of the numerical disparity between the two kinds of complaints. Public conduct complaints topped 300 in 2014, while department-initiated complaints totaled 47, after dipping to 13 the previous year.

The chief said the relatively low number of internal complaints make it more difficult to protect officers’ confidentiality rights, especially within the department walls.

“Those reports and summaries could be identifiable by their peers; it won’t be hard to put two and two together,” Esquivel said. “As opposed to a citizen complaint, where the volume of those makes a pretty big difference.”

But there could be some room for compromise, said Raul Peralez, a city councilman who was an SJPD officer until his election to office last fall. He points out that the formation of the IPA’s office was itself a compromise, born out of a political battle between the city and police union over the creation of a civilian police oversight board.

“I don’t think it’s necessary, but I don’t think the walls would crumble,” Peralez said. “They could work together and make sure we’re doing it in a way that’s safe and doesn’t affect privacy and livelihood.

“I think the majority would see that the department does a good job of finding its own members in violation and taking consequences.”

Esquivel echoed that point by noting that the department sustains more than 70 percent of internal conduct complaints, compared with about 10 percent for public complaints.

But for Cordell, that’s almost beside the point without more explanation about what’s being examined in the first place. She’s calling for independent oversight — not necessarily by her office — over the process; the chief says that department-initiated investigations are already reviewed by the City Attorney’s Office and the Office of Employee Relations.

Cordell adds that overt transparency is more important than ever amid a growing national conversation over police accountability in the wake of high-profile police shootings of unarmed black men across the United States in the past year.

“To say, ‘Just take our word for it’ or ‘Trust us,’ that’s wrong,” she said. “The events in this country show that you cannot operate like that.”
 

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Mercury News — April 26, 2015 

Cop Switches Lawyers; His Job May Be Gone

Is the San Jose cop accused of raping a woman about to lose his job? The city and police department won’t say, and he remains on paid administrative leave.

But sources tell us officer Geoffrey Graves won’t be on the force for much longer.

One telling sign that would seem to confirm those rumors: Graves recently moved to have the court appoint a government lawyer to replace his private attorney, Darlene Bagley, who had been paid through a legal-insurance policy funded by police union dues.

Graves said he couldn’t afford to continue to pay for her services, which suggests he expects not to be covered much longer through the union and Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) because he’ll no longer be an officer.

Prosecutor Carlos Vega also has said during Graves’ recent preliminary hearing in Judge JoAnne McCracken’s court that Graves is on the brink of being dismissed.

Graves could not be reached for comment. The switch of lawyers comes after the alleged rape victim and one of Graves’ former girlfriends (who is a SJPD dispatcher) gave devastating testimony against him at his preliminary hearing, prompting McCracken to hold him over on more serious charges at Vega’s request and take him into custody. Graves now faces a possible life sentence.

Internal Affairs is an offbeat look at state and local politics.

This week’s items were written by Aaron Kinney, Tracey Kaplan, Jessica Calefati, Josh Richman and Paul Rogers.

Send tips to internalaffairs@mercurynews.com, or call 408-920-5782.


 

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Council Must Have Public Drone Debate

Editorial — Mercury News — April 26, 2015

The ACLU isn’t the only one these days worried about new forms of government surveillance. Edward Snowden and the NSA made sure of that.

The fallout makes it imperative that the San Jose City Council publicly discuss and vote on the Police Department’s policy for using the drone it purchased last year without prior discussion in public.

The purchase appeared on a City Council consent calendar in 2014 and was approved in a single yes or no vote with reams of routine items requiring no discussion. It was a blunder by the police and then-Mayor Chuck Reed and the council, appearing to be an end run around the public to give the police power to spy on them.

To its credit, the police department apologized and started over, holding a number of public meetings since November with the city Neighborhoods Commission. This month it won the commission’s support for a one-year pilot program approved by city staff allowing very limited drone use, as a tool to assist the bomb disposal unit and to assist in active shooter cases or situations that are urgent and possibly life-threatening. The policy next goes before the council’s Public Safety, Finance & Strategic Support Committee, which will decide whether the whole council should take up the debate.

Absolutely, it should. Officials directly accountable to voters need to publicly take responsibility for the policy and pass it as an ordinance. The police could shore up public trust by joining that call. It will ease people’s worries about accountability, transparency and outside oversight issues.

There is no rush. Even the pilot can’t start until the FAA approves a certificate of authorization on nonmilitary drone use. Police say it could be two years.

Drones can be very useful for rescues and other potentially life-saving work, but they also are easily abused. Current and future police department leaders need to know the mayor and council are watching.

The proposed pilot prohibits using the drone for general surveillance, and police pledge to not archive pictures or video it shoots. The device couldn’t be modified to add weapons, communication jammers or other intrusive surveillance components.

Getting drones into beneficial use could have been accelerated if Gov. Jerry Brown had had the good sense to sign Assemblyman Jeff Gorell’s AB 1327 last year. It would have provided clear direction for local law enforcement agencies on appropriate use of drones. The key provision made it illegal to use them to spy on residents without a warrant, except under narrow, specific instances.

Drone technology’s positive potential is equaled if not exceeded by the potential for abuse. Public trust and government accountability have to be prerequisites to launching it. San Jose is close to having a good policy, but it needs City Council accountability.

 

MAIL CALL



April 27th

Hey Editor,

I double-dog dare you to publish this list of things I trust more than Hillary Clinton:

• Mexican tap water

• A rattlesnake with a "pet me" sign

• OJ Simpson showing me his knife collection

• An elevator ride with Ray Rice

• Taking pills offered by Bill Cosby

• Michael Jackson's doctor

• An Obama Nuclear deal with Iran

• A Palestinian on a motorcycle

• Gas station sushi

• A Jimmy Carter economic plan

• Brian Williams news reports

• Obama's Birth Certificate

• Loch Ness monster sightings

• Prayers for peace from Al Sharpton

• A fart when I have diarrhea

Regards,

Talking Points <talking.points@comcast.net>

P.S. If you accept my dare, also include this letter from the Clintons to the IRS regarding the unreported income to their foundation.

When your email showed up on Monday, TP, I felt it was a little too partisan to include in the Farsider, but I did send the list to a few dozen right-of-center folks in my Personal Address Book who I knew would find the humor in it. Over the next 48 hours, however, your double-dog dare bugged me. That was when I realized that while it only takes one ball to play baseball, football, soccer, tennis or golf, it takes two to publish the list and letter which could result in some hate mail from the Hillary supporters. Que sera sera.


 

NEW RETIREES' NEWSLETTER NOW ON-LINE

 

The latest electronic version of the Billy & Spanner is now available on-line.
Thank you to all who have agreed to receive the on-line version of the newsletter. 
You can read the newsletter by clicking HERE.
 

 

INTERESTED IN A MICHAEL JOHNSON MEMORIAL COIN?

—All proceeds to benefit the Johnson Family—



Here is a direct link to Craig’s email address: <CraigJ1947@yahoo.com>

 

 

10th ANNUAL BOBBY BURROUGHS MEMBERSHIP FOLSOM BBQ



Dear Members,

We are now taking sign-ups for our annual Association Folsom BBQ and membership
meeting. Details are below. You can sign up on-line by clicking HERE.

We will need a count of Retirees and Spouses
who will be attending the BBQ, by May 14, 2015.  

Place:
The Lew Howard Pavilion
7100 Baldwin Dam Rd.  
Folsom, CA 95630
 
When:
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Lunch at 12:00 PM
Meeting right after lunch.

Food Choices:
Tri-tip or Chicken - Please make your selection when signing up.

Cost:
Free for Members
$5 for Spouses
$10 for Non-Members

Directions:

FROM I-80 in Roseville, CA

I-80 to Douglas Blvd., east on Douglas Blvd. Go approximately 5.1 miles to Folsom Auburn Blvd. Turn right and go 4.1 miles to Oak Ave. in Folsom (there is a McDonalds fast food on the corner). Turn right on Oak Ave. and go approximately 0.4 miles (the road ends). Turn right on Baldwin Dam Rd. You will see the Lew Howard Memorial Park Arch. Go under the Arch and drive to the top of the hill where the picnic grounds are (approximately 0.3 miles). You have arrived.

FROM I-50 in Folsom

I-50 to Folsom Rd. Exit. Take Folsom Rd. 2.4 miles and cross the American River Bridge. At this time the road name changes to Folsom Auburn Blvd. Continue 0.8 miles to Oak Ave. You will see a McDonalds fast food restaurant on the left corner. Turn left on Oak Ave. and go approximately 0.4 miles to Baldwin Dam Rd. Turn right and you will see the Lew Howard Memorial Park Arch. Drive straight through to the top of the hill and you have arrived.

 

IS GOOGLE ENDANGERING THE LIVES OF POLICE OFFICERS?

Google’s smartphone application Waze is being criticized for endangering the lives of police officers after Ismaaiyl Brinsley used the app to monitor the movements of police officers in the days before he assassinated New York police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu last December. The popular real-time traffic app alerts users to the presence of police officers through its "traffic cop" feature. Click HERE for the video.

For a second video about the Waze app as well as a detailed article about the threat it poses to law enforcement officers, click HERE


 

NOT ALL OF THE IMAGES COMING OUT OF BALTIMORE ARE NEGATIVE

Say what you want about the problems in Baltimore, but at least some of the local citizens are supporting the cops. In the first pic below, citizens have formed a human shield between the 'protestors' and the police, and in the second photo a young boy is offering bottles of water to the police…

 




 

THE BEST OF THE LATE NITE JOKES

April 22 - 28

Today is Earth Day. Environmentalists spent the day drawing attention to the Earth, while the Earth just spent the day checking Facebook to see which planets wished it a happy Earth Day.

Shouldn't every day be Earth Day? I mean, what are our options?

Marco Rubio's presidential campaign has raised $40 million in the last week. When he heard that, Rubio said, “Hey, any chance I can drop out of the race and just keep the 40 million?”

This week, Dr. Oz will respond to critics who believe he should not be giving medical advice on his show. People will be watching his response closely — especially Dr. Phil.

At the White House yesterday, a little girl actually asked first lady Michelle Obama how old she is. Michelle answered, "Old enough to put you on the No Fly List, sweetheart.”

It’s being reported that Google spent over $5 million on lobbying just during the first quarter of this year. You’d think Google wouldn't really need to lobby politicians. All they have to say is, “We have your search history. Do what we tell you.”

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has been positioning himself to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. Hillary once developed a program to deliver rural healthcare, while de Blasio once dropped a groundhog on its head.

I read that many minor league baseball players have been caught using steroids over the past few years. But apparently, not ENOUGH steroids.

The royal baby is expected to arrive sometime this weekend, and some people are actually camping outside the hospital in hopes of seeing it. So if you want to be the first to find out what the royal baby looks like, just look at a photo of any baby.

According to a survey from the Physical Activity Council, Americans are the least active they’ve been since 2007. Some say it's because there's more technology, while others say it's because winter now lasts 11 months a year. It's snowing here a week before May.

That's right, Americans are more inactive than ever. To which Netflix said, "You're welcome."

Miami Dolphins lineman A.J. Francis just tweeted that he has signed up to be an Uber driver during the off-season. But since he's with the Dolphins he can only drive 15 yards before he has to punt.

In a two-hour interview last Friday, Bruce Jenner told ABC's Diane Sawyer, “For all intents and purposes, I'm a woman.” At which point, Joe Biden ran in and started giving Bruce a shoulder rub.

Bruce Jenner declared he is a woman and a Republican. In other words, the GOP finally found someone who might be able to beat Hillary.

Many believe that Hillary Clinton was channeling President Obama during her recent speech in New York City. She focused on equality, justice, and how hard it was for her growing up as a young black man in Hawaii.

Hillary Clinton wrote an Op-Ed for a paper in Iowa about her plans to help the middle class. Middle-class Americans said, “Why didn't you just say that in a speech?” and she said, “Because I charge $200,000 for a speech.”

During a recent press conference, former President Jimmy Carter said he could never run for president today because he doesn’t have a lot of money. Well, that and the fact that he's the famously bad president Jimmy Carter.

Blackberry is being criticized after it misspelled the word “won” in an ad celebrating a design award. Instead of w-o-n they put o-n-e. Blackberry apologized for the spelling mistake and promised the person responsible has been fried.

The new Apple Watch officially launched today. There's a new trend — people cutting actual apples and strapping them to their wrists in celebration of the Apple Watch. And if you shop at Whole Foods, it actually ends up costing as much as the real thing.

The big story is Bruce Jenner. In last week's interview, Jenner said he's a woman who is transitioning his body from male to female, and he's also a conservative Republican. Bruce said he looks forward to bashing Obamacare as soon as he finishes using it.

The NBA playoffs are underway. Or as the Lakers call it, time to golf.

A U.N. study claims the happiest country in the world is Switzerland. When asked why they're so happy, Swiss people couldn't answer because their hands were counting money and their mouths were full of chocolate.

Due to civil unrest in Baltimore, tomorrow's game between the Orioles and the White Sox will be played to an empty stadium. When asked for comments, players on the Milwaukee Brewers said, "You get used to it."

A new study reveals that one-third of babies in the U.S. have used a smartphone. Yeah, and one-third of babies in China have MADE a smartphone.

Prince William's pregnant wife, Kate Middleton, is past her due date. Doctors may have to induce labor. To speed up the birth, doctors have been telling the baby, "Come on out. You will never have to work a day in your life."

Bruce Jenner will be getting his own reality show. Unfortunately, as a woman Jenner will be making only 70 percent of what he made on his last reality show.

Today is Earth Day. The way I see it, as humans the very least we can do is recycle. A lot of recycling is going on this year. For example, Bushes and Clintons.

New Yorkers, each one on average, create 15 pounds of garbage every week. Of course, that goes up if you're disposing of a body.

Recently a guy was having trouble with his computer. So he unplugs it, takes it out in the alley, pulls out a gun, and shoots it eight times. Coincidentally, that's how Hillary got rid of her emails.

Jeb Bush has to distance himself from what they call the Bush brand. So he keeps saying, "I am my own man." But when Governor Chris Christie is out on the campaign trail, he's always saying, "I'm my own man, plus another guy."

Baseball slugger Barry Bonds has been cleared of all charges. He was involved in performance-enhancing drugs. The guy tested positive for more things than a pint of Blue Bell ice cream.

At the White House, they caught another fence jumper earlier today. It was Obama trying to get out.

The White House should just get one of those doormats that reads "Go away!" That's what they need to stop the fence jumpers.

Mayor de Blasio wants to eliminate garbage. He believes New York City produces way too much garbage. Well, heck, forget about producing too much garbage. What about late-night talk shows?

Anybody go to the Olive Garden? They offer a hot meal at a fair price, which is all I'm ever looking for. Every table at the Olive Garden now has a computer. It's the perfect way for a family of four to ignore one another.

And while you're there on the Olive Garden computer, you can get on the Internet and look up a better restaurant.

They're talking about putting a woman on the $20 bill. And Hillary said, "I'm available."

Hillary is just a regular person, just like you and me. Her assistant puts on Hillary's pants one leg at a time.

I have only a few weeks left here on the show. So I was thinking that I had better hurry up and use my sick days.

Mayor de Blasio said that whenever he goes to a Yankee game he gets sick and tired of people booing and giving him the finger. Hey, what do you want? You're the mayor of New York City. It comes with the gig, pal.

Donald Trump may be running for president. He said he is sick and tired of the rest of the world laughing at the United States. Well, President Trump will certainly put an end to that.

To save energy, New York City is now dimming the lights of the skyscrapers and the skyline at night. There's a bad side to this. If you need Batman, you have to text him.

The Tony Awards were announced. Nominees included "You Can't Take It With You," "The King and I," and "On the Town." I'm telling you, it's been a great year for Broadway. Unfortunately, the year is 1944.

Once again, "The Late Show" was nominated for a Tony Award. Yes, in the category "Biggest waste of a Broadway theater."

Today is "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day." Or as Woody Allen calls it, "Take Your Wife to Work Day."

I did not take my children to work because my oldest is 4 years old, and frankly he is already far too mature to be hanging around this office.

It's official. I genuinely cannot keep up with the Kardashians.

In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner made it known that he would like to be identified as a woman. I was watching it with my wife, and she turned to me and said that watching this had given her hope that one day I might fully transition into becoming a man.

Nicki Minaj made a 13-year-old boy's dream come true when she performed at his bar mitzvah over the weekend. I'm a grown man with my own TV show and I can't get her to perform.

How many people were at that bar mitzvah — 300? Nicki, we have almost double that watching this show right now. Think about what this could do for your career.

Imagine being the kid at that school who's having the next bar mitzvah. How do you compete with that? His friends will say, "What, you're having a magician? He'd better reach into his hat and pull out Beyoncé."

It is Earth Day. I bet the Earth got so many messages.

The first Earth Day took place in 1970. At the rate we are going, the last one should be soon.

Manny Pacquiao is on the show tonight. On May 7, Manny faces Floyd Mayweather in one of the most anticipated bouts ever. He is from the Philippines and a national hero. I wonder if anyone in the Philippines is rooting for Mayweather. Probably one jerk who nobody likes.

We also have Dr. Phil tonight. Dr. Phil once said that no matter how flat you make a pancake, it's still got two sides. So not only does Dr. Phil understand the human condition, he understands breakfast too.

Today is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, also known as No Work Gets Done Day. It is a great opportunity to teach your kids why you come home miserable every night.

I wonder if anyone has ever been fired on "take your kid to work day." Just imagine, "Ron, will you and your daughter step into my office please?" That would be a lesson about what it is like to work.

Everybody seems to think they're safe from earthquakes if they don't live in California. According to the Seismological Society of America, half of Americans are threatened by earthquakes. We just celebrated Earth Day and now it wants to kill us.

If you have never been through an earthquake, I think the worst thing is not that it is happening. It's that when it starts you don't know how long it will go or how bad it will be. It's like a celebrity marriage.

I watched Diane Sawyer's interview with Bruce Jenner on Friday night. I think he came off very well. He went from being a boring man to a very charming woman. We might have found our next "Bachelorette."

The most shocking part of the interview for me was when Bruce Jenner said there was only one full-length mirror in the Kardashian house.

Jenner also identified himself as a conservative Republican. He said he believes that John Boehner and Mitch McConnell will support him and advocate for transgender issues. Yeah, of course they will. They're probably having the buttons printed as we speak.

It turns out after all of these years that instead of the Kardashians we should have been keeping up with Bruce.

Today is Earth Day. So this year I’m finally gonna do it. I’m gonna find out what the blue trash cans are for.

The city of San Francisco announced that on January 1 tobacco of any kind will be illegal. So you’ll finally be able to say to a police officer, “No, no, this is just weed.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger has a new movie that focuses on a zombie apocalypse. It takes place in an empty wasteland with no living beings. Just like the movie theater where it's playing.

Doctors in India have removed 140 coins, 150 needles, and several nuts, bolts, and batteries from the stomach of a man suffering from abdominal pain. Someone should give that guy a medal. Actually, you know what? Don't give him a medal.

Students at a Catholic girls school in England are reportedly being taught that sex outside of marriage can destroy your soul and make your body sick. While sex inside of marriage just destroys your soul.

Chinese scientists have edited the DNA of human embryos for the first time, sparking concerns that it could lead to designer children. So, now even people are made in China.

Dr. Oz defended himself from critics last week by saying that his television program is not a medical show. It’s just that he didn’t think anyone would watch a show called “Mr. Oz.”

There’s a new dating app that pairs attractive females with generous males who will fly them to foreign countries for first dates. If you’d like to know more, tune in to next week’s "Dateline."

A new survey has found that people in Ireland tell an average of four white lies per day. And three of them are, “I’m fine to drive home.”

Hillary Clinton has temporarily changed her campaign logo to rainbow colors in support of marriage equality. Of course, her idea of marriage equality is both of you should get to be president.

While covering the earthquake in Nepal this week, CNN correspondent Sanjay Gupta helped medical personnel perform brain surgery. Gupta said he was excited to work with brains again after being at CNN for so long.

Scientists have discovered that Tyrannosaurus Rex may have had a vegetarian cousin. Man, it must suck to have a vegetarian in the family when your arms are too short to cover your ears.

Starbucks has a new S'mores Frappuccino, which became available today. It's perfect for those people looking to gain s'more weight.

 

WEEKLY SNOPES URBAN LEGEND UPDATE



Click HERE for the most current update.


 




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Do you believe in magic? Simon Cowell of Britain’s Got Talent says he didn’t until 31-year-old Jamie Raven performed this trick on the show. It’s hard to believe that Cowell would risk his reputation by being a shill for the magician. Assuming he wasn’t, how can anyone explain how THIS trick was done? (6:22)




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When it comes to cards, what this kid can do with a deck is nothing short of AMAZING. Are they trick cards? You be the judge. (1:38)




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Benny Hill may be long gone, but his style of humor is still finding a big audience in the UK. Check out THIS short clip from the Scottish Comedy Channel. (0:37)




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Here’s a clever 'Just for Laughs Gag' about some innocent bicycle RIDERS who were unaware that they won a race. (2:00)




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It’s one thing to work for the DMV and administer written tests, quite another to give driving tests, especially to the elderly. (1:14)




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OK, I admit it. I often laugh at stupid jokes like THIS one that was made into a video clip eight years ago. And to me, it’s just as funny today as it was back in 2007 when it was first uploaded to YouTube. (0:48)




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Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester has recorded his daughter Lotte every week since she was born in 1999 and edited the footage together to show her growing up in THIS video. (4:06)




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A grieving baby elephant gets a helping hand from the staff of the Shamwari Game reserve in South Africa. The team uses a sheep to bond with the little one after taking it from the herd. The friendship is rocky at first, but the end RESULT is amazing. (4:38)



For the full 52-minute documentary, click HERE.


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She's single and she’s gorgeous and she lives right across the street.

I can see her place from my front window.

I watched as she got home from work this evening.

I was surprised when she walked straight across the street, up my driveway and knocked on the door.

I rushed to open it.

She looked me in the eye and said, ”I just got home and I have this strong urge to have a good time, get a little tipsy and party tonight! Are you doing anything?"

I quickly replied, "Nope, I'm free!"

"Great!” she said. “Could you watch my dog?”
        
Being a senior citizen really sucks.

(Received from Stan Miller)



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Want a graphic example of what karma looks like? Watch what happens to THIS kid with the backpack who gives a monkey the finger. (0:40)




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The Grand Prairie Police Motorcycle Rodeo is an annual event held in Texas every year to benefit the Special Olympics. It features some of the most skilled motorcycle RIDERS in the state, including Officer Donnie Williams of the McKinney, Texas PD. (2:22)




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We can’t help but wonder why THIS fifth wheel vacation trailer for owners of the VW Bug and other compact cars in the mid 1970s never caught on. (1:29)




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Be honest. Would you travel to another galaxy with THIS guy at the helm of your starship? (1:24)




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Meet Evnika Saadvakass, who is quite possibly the world's most terrifying 7-year-old. Two years ago, she became a YouTube sensation when her father, Rustam, uploaded a VIDEO showing her impressive punching speed — roughly 100 shots in two minutes. That video quickly gained over 3 million views, and now Evnika is back to show the progress that she has made. One look at those tiny, lightning-fast fists of fury and you definitely know this girl's never losing her lunch money to anyone. (0:36)




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“No, go ahead, we don’t need to play through.” Momma bear and her two babies decided to stake out this green at a golf course at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort in BC. After one of the not-so-little critters has fun with the flag, WATCH what it does with the golf ball on the right side of the screen. (2:14)




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Speaking of golf, you should find this clip of the Bryan Brothers entertaining even if you don’t play the game. And if you do, you should find it amazing. THIS is not your typical trick shots golf video. (1:45)

Part 2 takes place on the driving range and is just as amazing as Part 1. Have a LOOK. (2:19)





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According to Bruce Fair, it will soon be compulsory for the elderly to not only carry their I.D. with them, but also their insurance and Medicare papers, their list of medication, a compact version of their medical history, their preference  about resuscitation after cardiac arrest, etc. Rather than hand-carry all this paperwork, it is anticipated that many seniors will opt to download all of the info (or have it done) to the compact USB flashdrive below, which will soon be available by prescription…




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This video titled “Most Shocking Events Caught On Dashcam” is making the rounds and may be worth a LOOK if you're into this sort of thing. (2:29)




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The day after her husband disappeared in a kayaking accident, a woman in Booth Bay Harbor, Maine answered her door to find two grim-faced Maine State Troopers.

"We're sorry Mrs. Wilkens, but we have some information about your husband,” said one of the troopers.

"Tell me. Did you find him?” she asked.

The troopers looked at each other, then one said, ”We have some bad news, some good news, and some really great news. Which would you like to hear first?"

Fearing the worst, Mrs. Wilkens said, "Give me the bad news first."

The trooper said, "I'm sorry to tell you, ma’am, but this morning we found your husband’s body in the bay."

"Oh my God!" exclaimed the wife. Swallowing hard, she asked, "What could possibly be the good news?"

The trooper continued, "When we pulled him up he had 12 of the best looking Maine Lobsters that you have ever seen and 60 good-sized Rockfish clinging to him. We haven't seen lobsters like that since the 1960s, and we feel you are entitled to a share of the catch."

Stunned, Mrs. Wilkens demanded, "If that's the good news, then what's the great news?"

The trooper replied, "We're gonna pull him up again tomorrow."

(Received from Dirk Parsons)
 

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When we receive a video that originated in Russia, the odds are good that it came from Bob Kosovilka. Such was the case of THIS clip of some kind motorists who were driving in the Chernobyl exclusion zone when they decided to stop and feed a hungry critter who was smart enough to make a multi-layer sandwich out of the handouts before trotting off into the woods to enjoy its meal. (1:36)




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There are landslides, then there are LANDSLIDES. A video has recently emerged showing a landslide (or earthflow) that is making its way across the land in Russia. One author compared the visual to a slow moving tsunami made of rocks, snow and mud. Upon the video's initial release, the only information that could be found regarding the incident came from the American Geophysical Union's Landslide Blog. It stated that the flow began on April 1 and that it occurred in Zarechny, which is located in Western Russia. (4:09)

Nothing, of course, could match the landslide caused by the ERUPTION of Mount St. Helens in 1980. (2:30)





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Can you help out our Webmaster's friend? 

Leroy is reaching out on behalf of a friend who needs some help, but who wishes to remain anonymous.

The friend's wife told him to go out and get some of those pills that would help him get an erection. When he came back he handed her a bottle of diet pills.

He is now looking for a place to live, and Leroy wants to know if you can help?

 

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Want to meet one of the Budweiser CLYDESDALE babies? Of course you do because everyone loves the famous Clydesdales. (3:14)


P.S. If you are a fan of the Clydesdales, we suggest you click HERE and watch a compilation of ten commercials featuring the famous Budweiser horses. (7:51)




 
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Ever thought of having a penguin as a pet? THIS video from "Real TV" shows one family in Japan that has taken in a penguin as their pet. This King Penguin is even given a small backpack for when he makes a trip into town. (2:24)





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If a reminder is needed to be careful of what you do when in public because you never know if you are being recorded on video, THIS clip received from Bob Tenbrink should serve as an example. (1:10)





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We chose this clip of a miracle baby to close this week’s Farsider because it is one of the most amazing videos we have seen in a long while. It shows the RESCUE of a little girl named Gina who was completely buried after an air strike in Syria turned her home into rubble. (1:52)



And in THIS clip the baby’s father speaks of his relief.





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Ciao


Pic of the Week

Received from Larry Otter

 

Osama bin Laden had been living with three wives in
one compound for five years and never once left the
residence. The CIA has now released a report that
confirms bin Laden called the Navy SEALs himself.

 


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