1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get out of here stalker

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Did he roll up to the shooting range like this?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yes

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Surprised they let him in. Every place I've ever been to requires the gun to be holstered or in a case.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    blowout soon, fellow stalker

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Local squirrel steals peanut butter

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    context? not everyone closely follows mutt news to recognize grainy footage of each shooting

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      fuck off euromutt you don't own guns

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Wrong

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          No he totally has guns
          He has one bolt action rifle in a safe 50 miles away, and 5 rounds of .22LR

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://abcnews4.com/news/local/suspects-identified-gun-store-burglary-near-conway-horry-county
      strelok got into sidorovitchs lock up

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >malicious injury to a tree
        Is that why his face looks he ran through a briar patch?
        Or did someone just pepper him with bird shot?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          That's the meth use anon

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The tree won the fight. It was deemed self defense since SC has stand your ground.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            It is so offensive that trees have a duty to retreat in other states.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I don't understand why people use meth. I heard it makes you feel insane. Why would you want to feel insane?

        • 1 month ago
          Venti lovers

          have you notice how the clown world level 27.4 makes you feel if your even remotely normal, sober and actually paying attention anon?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Have you ever felt like you were the best person in the world, able to do absolutely anything, for ten hours straight?
          That's meth.
          Also it makes you want TO FUCK ANYTHING WITH A HOLE.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Speaking from personal experience?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Unfortunately. Tennessee as a teenager, just after the financial collapse in 08 when everyone lost everything and life became kind of a hopeless mess. I'm lucky, after a few times I had a serious come-down and never wanted to experience that again, so I didn't.
              I left after highschool and haven't been back since. Whole state is a shithole as far as I am concerned.
              All of my highschool friends are dead, in prison with face tats, or work at a walmart and look like they're twice as old as they are. All of them.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I really wonder what your life must have been like to spiral into drug induced gayry over the recession.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I really wonder what your life must have been like to spiral into drug induced gayry over the recession.
                Were you too young to remember it, or just wealthy enough to not be affected?
                I was 15 when things went tits up.
                It was bad. My mom and dad both lost their jobs.
                Nobody was hiring, or if they were, there were 200 apps for every opening, so nobody could get work, no matter how hard they tried.
                My parents lost their house, Wells Fargo foreclosed on them and we were forced out.
                (Hold a grudge to this day. If I'm ever wealthy I'll do my best to make sure all the c-suite from that period on suffer somehow)
                Pops bought an old 26 foot uhaul box truck, we lived in that for almost two years. He built out the inside, so it was actually pretty comfortable.
                Luckily we were forced out of our home just after school ended, so we had a few months to find a more permanent spot.
                We parked behind a few walmarts for a while, because they're open 24/7 for restroom access and will let you stay for up to three days at a clip.
                That worked for a few months, but eventually some crackheads started hacking through the skin with a hatchet while it was just me and my little brother inside with mom and dad out looking for work or trying to get unemployment or whatever, so pops eventually worked out a deal with a friend to let us park the truck on his property.
                The box truck never left as far as I know, the deal was the friend would get to keep it once he had enough spare cash to put a huge security deposit on a rental (foreclosure ruins your credit - good luck getting a rental or finding a job if they run a credit check, btw).
                It took a long time for us to get back to anything somewhat normal.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                NTA but I'm sorry you had to go through that bullshit and am glad you got out as best you could. Best of luck out there.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                [...]
                >cont.
                My friends and I from highschool all were pretty similarly effected to one degree or another. We'd get together and party with beer and pot like normal teens, but everyone was pretty much hyper depressed and destitute.
                Eventually, hanging out and drinking turned into pounding a bottle of robitussin, or cocaine, crack, meth, heroine, etc. - whatever was available.
                It's not like I decided to jump straight into meth, it was a progression because there wasn't much to do in broken, poor, rural tennessee and that was an escape, I guess.

                As mentioned, I had a brutal come-down from meth and it was an eye-opener. I was probably just before my 18th birthday at that point.
                I got lucky. It was so bad that it shifted my entire world-view, and I cold turky'd everything.
                I haven't touched anything aside from alcohol since.
                As mentioned, most of my friends didn't get that chance to escape.

                The only people who lost jobs during the recession had bullshit makework jobs because of easy credit, or were the assholes that couldn't be bothered to show up to work and were constantly riding the line on being fired for their attendance anyway. Most businesses that weren't rounding out their numbers for tax reasons reduced hours rather than layoffs.

                Given how you turned out, your parents were almost certainly in the latter category.

                And second, I turned 18 barely a year and a half after the crash. I turned in job applications like everyone else but I got beat out by 50 years for cashier jobs, so I enlisted because I have a spotless record because I'm not a degenerate retard and my father wasn't either. So save your fucking holier than thou pity party for the retards who think you're worth saving.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I really wonder what your life must have been like to spiral into drug induced gayry over the recession.
                Were you too young to remember it, or just wealthy enough to not be affected?
                I was 15 when things went tits up.
                It was bad. My mom and dad both lost their jobs.
                Nobody was hiring, or if they were, there were 200 apps for every opening, so nobody could get work, no matter how hard they tried.
                My parents lost their house, Wells Fargo foreclosed on them and we were forced out.
                (Hold a grudge to this day. If I'm ever wealthy I'll do my best to make sure all the c-suite from that period on suffer somehow)
                Pops bought an old 26 foot uhaul box truck, we lived in that for almost two years. He built out the inside, so it was actually pretty comfortable.
                Luckily we were forced out of our home just after school ended, so we had a few months to find a more permanent spot.
                We parked behind a few walmarts for a while, because they're open 24/7 for restroom access and will let you stay for up to three days at a clip.
                That worked for a few months, but eventually some crackheads started hacking through the skin with a hatchet while it was just me and my little brother inside with mom and dad out looking for work or trying to get unemployment or whatever, so pops eventually worked out a deal with a friend to let us park the truck on his property.
                The box truck never left as far as I know, the deal was the friend would get to keep it once he had enough spare cash to put a huge security deposit on a rental (foreclosure ruins your credit - good luck getting a rental or finding a job if they run a credit check, btw).
                It took a long time for us to get back to anything somewhat normal.

                >cont.
                My friends and I from highschool all were pretty similarly effected to one degree or another. We'd get together and party with beer and pot like normal teens, but everyone was pretty much hyper depressed and destitute.
                Eventually, hanging out and drinking turned into pounding a bottle of robitussin, or cocaine, crack, meth, heroine, etc. - whatever was available.
                It's not like I decided to jump straight into meth, it was a progression because there wasn't much to do in broken, poor, rural tennessee and that was an escape, I guess.

                As mentioned, I had a brutal come-down from meth and it was an eye-opener. I was probably just before my 18th birthday at that point.
                I got lucky. It was so bad that it shifted my entire world-view, and I cold turky'd everything.
                I haven't touched anything aside from alcohol since.
                As mentioned, most of my friends didn't get that chance to escape.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >honest effortposting for that gay
                Just call him a moron, and move on

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >I really wonder what your life must have been like to spiral into drug induced gayry over the recession.
                Were you too young to remember it, or just wealthy enough to not be affected?
                I was 15 when things went tits up.
                It was bad. My mom and dad both lost their jobs.
                Nobody was hiring, or if they were, there were 200 apps for every opening, so nobody could get work, no matter how hard they tried.
                My parents lost their house, Wells Fargo foreclosed on them and we were forced out.
                (Hold a grudge to this day. If I'm ever wealthy I'll do my best to make sure all the c-suite from that period on suffer somehow)
                Pops bought an old 26 foot uhaul box truck, we lived in that for almost two years. He built out the inside, so it was actually pretty comfortable.
                Luckily we were forced out of our home just after school ended, so we had a few months to find a more permanent spot.
                We parked behind a few walmarts for a while, because they're open 24/7 for restroom access and will let you stay for up to three days at a clip.
                That worked for a few months, but eventually some crackheads started hacking through the skin with a hatchet while it was just me and my little brother inside with mom and dad out looking for work or trying to get unemployment or whatever, so pops eventually worked out a deal with a friend to let us park the truck on his property.
                The box truck never left as far as I know, the deal was the friend would get to keep it once he had enough spare cash to put a huge security deposit on a rental (foreclosure ruins your credit - good luck getting a rental or finding a job if they run a credit check, btw).
                It took a long time for us to get back to anything somewhat normal.

                KEK remind me where someone pointed a gun to your head and told you to take drugs.....

                you're a junkie gay who CHOSE to take drugs everything that happened to you was self inflicted

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous
            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              All serious stimulants do that, although the euphoria is only given by meth and good coke.

              Stimulants are great, i highly recomend. Just not meth because it is hard on your body, and not cocaine as it is hard on your bank account.

              .t recreational enjoyer

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            kek, I have actual ADHD (no I'm not some gay zoomer) and take adderall daily, and minus the punching holes part that's exactly what it does for me sometimes. I guess that's why so many people take it without having any sort of sickness, just for the rush.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >that's exactly what it does for me sometimes
              Imagine that feeling, but ten times more powerful, and you feel it for a whole day before being more exhausted than you've ever been in your life, and you've pretty much got it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, afaik they come from around the same chemical family. The withdraw that I get after not taking it for more than around 2 days can get pretty harsh too, mostly I get really depressed, tired, and not wanting to get out of bed and do anything. I can only imagine how insanely awful you must feel after coming back from meth. Thanks for sharing anon, hope you stay clean and happy.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Man, I feel sorry for the pets of meth addicts.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Adderal is meth, it's also mixed in with x, it's a super stimulant.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          you don't feel insane, you fell super-sane, it's a paradox of sensation

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Meth is just a super stimulant, used to be popped like caffeine pills a century ago with Pervitin. The insanity comes from the fact that you’re firing on all cylinders for days on end with pretty much zero rest.
          >and no, I never did any of that shit, I saw what that, coke, and other things do to people and avoid it all like the plague

          Unfortunately. Tennessee as a teenager, just after the financial collapse in 08 when everyone lost everything and life became kind of a hopeless mess. I'm lucky, after a few times I had a serious come-down and never wanted to experience that again, so I didn't.
          I left after highschool and haven't been back since. Whole state is a shithole as far as I am concerned.
          All of my highschool friends are dead, in prison with face tats, or work at a walmart and look like they're twice as old as they are. All of them.

          Not too different but I’m in Southwest PA. Between the state government (granted they all suck ass) and third world tier infrastructure I’m looking on GTFO within a few years. But a part of me says its not even worth it since the shit you see here or in Tennessee is either everywhere else or will spread everywhere else. But I’m gonna do it anyway because lord knows I can do with a change of scenery.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          is it a lot different than adderall?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            It's more intense, but in general up is up. If you've ever felt tweaked from taking too much adderall, meth is even stronger than that, so all that weirdness is amplified too. But you can kind of get a feel for what meth would be like with adderall, yeah.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              i can definitely see why people would have an issue with it then. i'll take 5mg or so sometimes for work if i need to crank out a lot of tickets in a short amount of time. i absolutely love it for a productivity boost. almost like a miracle drug.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >malicious injury to a tree

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >malicious injury to a tree

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        M8ddle pic. Guy's facial skin tone doesn't match his neck.

        why?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          meth

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Invisible ink is invisible. It also works on people.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Dios mio

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >malicious injury to a tree
        Is actually part of a single law with
        >malicious injury to a tree, house; trespass upon real property, injury value more than $10,000

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Boy I sure do love these complete lack of context threads

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This. PrepHole has turned into even worse garbage than it once was.

  7. 1 month ago
    Venti lovers

    >didn't bother bringing any kind of large duffle bag or anything to carry shit with
    >doesn't bother wearing a mask or anything to cover his face or hide his identify

    wtf?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Most drug-addicted criminals of this sort have room temperature IQ. You can't just expect them to plan things properly.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      chin diapers are for weak lefties

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    did they through away all their covid masks?
    why not just pick one up from the nearest gutter and stay anonymous?

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >marked one, what the hell?!

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    True gray man

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What's with all the hate for meth in this thread? C'mon don't you guys want to just make some cool shit?

    You can finally deal with who has been making that scratching sound behind the 27th tile on the northwest side of the bathroom of whoevers house you are in.

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