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One day an at home wife is alone and the doorbell rings. She opens it to a guy, "Hi, is Tony home?" The wife replies, "No, he went to the store, but you can wait here if you want." So they sit down and after a while of silence the friend says, "You know Sara, you have the greatest breasts I have ever seen. I'd give you a hundred bucks just to see one." Sara thinks about it for a second and figures, what the hell - a hundred bucks! She opens the robe and shows one to him for a few seconds. He promptly thanks her and throws a hundred dollar bill on the table. They sit there a while longer and the guy then says "That was so amazing I've got to see both of them. I'll give you another 100 dollars if i could just see both of them together." Sara amazed by the offer sits and thinks a bit about it and thinks, heck, why not? So she opens her robe and gives Mike a nice long chance to cop a look.
A while later Tony arrives back home from the store. The wife goes up to him, "You know, your friend Mike came over." Tony thinks about it for a second and says, "Well did he drop off the 200 bucks he owes me?"
Price comparison app Gazaro tracks purchases you make at any Best Buy big box to help you get cash back in the even the price drops after your purchase.
Last year we highlighted Gazaro, a price comparison and rating engine, now we're back to take a peek at Gazaro Protect, their mobile price protection app.
Best Buy frequently holds promotional sales, and it's quite common the product you bought today will be a lower price within the next month—when you may be eligible for a refund. Gazaro Protect takes the hassle out of watching prices; scan the barcode of your new purchase and it will monitor the item for price drops. In addition to monitoring items you've purchased, Gazaro Protect can also access Gazaro's price history to show you the price of the item over the last 90 days.
The only complaint we can log against Gazaro Protect is that it's currently limited to Best Buy. Hopefully future updates will expand to more of the sites the Gazaro engine monitors.
Gazaro Protect is a free application, iOS only. The free version monitors one item, upgrading to the $1.99 version unlocks multi-item tracking.
My girlfriend likes to be choked. She is very kinky and likes biting and some pain. Recently she told me she likes to be choked. How do I do this safely and effectively?
My husband and I play around with chocking from time to time. The key is to do it enough that the person feels the urge to breathe without the urge to pass out. That's where the rush comes in.
You need to be forceful; if you see her struggling, let up your grip. My husband uses one hand on me because I have a small neck. You may do the same for your woman. Put your palm on her throat flat and push down. The bed will act as the other part of the choke.
MOKENA, ILLINOIS -- A Mokena police officer was shocked by his own Taser gun during a struggle with a Homer Glen man early Sunday morning.
The incident began when a patrol officer saw 26-year-old James Abramowicz driving his Mustang and "doing burnouts" in the parking lot of 191 South, a restaurant and bar at 10160 W. 191st St., according to police.
Employees of the bar ran outside and told police Abramowicz was a former pizza delivery man for the restaurant and had been screeching his tires and causing damage to the parking lot.
Police stopped Abramowicz in a nearby parking lot, where he refused to show them his driver's license. Abramowicz then ran from his car.
A second police officer arrived and began chasing him up a hill in a wooded area shouting "Taser, Taser" at him and demanding that he stop.
Abramowicz cursed at the police officer and kept running.
Both men fell as they ran up the hill, and the officer ordered Abramowicz onto his stomach.
Instead, Abramowicz grabbed the Taser with both hands and tried to pull it away.
During the ensuing struggle, the Taser went off, causing both men to receive a shock, police said.
The police officer then stunned Abramowicz a second time in the lower back and was able to handcuff him.
At the police station, Abramowicz congratulated himself for his actions, telling police, "at least I had the (guts) to try to get the Taser from the officer instead of taking a shock like a (sissy)," according to a police report.
Abramowicz, 14748 Cricketwood Court, has been charged with battery, disarming a police officer, resisting police, disobeying police, fleeing police, drunken driving, reckless driving, illegal screeching of tires and noinsurance.
Police Commander Dan Rankovich said no one was injured in the incident.
Police “very rarely” use the tazer guns, but when two people are in contact with each other and the gun goes off, both will be shocked, he said. The impact causes no long term damage, he said.
Abramowicz, who has a history of traffic offenses, has a Dec. 27 court date.
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