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ConversationswitCoyfee presents A Tragedy:Scorned Women Seek Revenge on Three-Timer

In Scorned Women Seek Revenge on Three-Timer, Uncategorized, women talk, Women used Krazy Glue on August 2, 2009 at 11:19 am

Ladies and gentle the cost of infedility is growing higher and higher. In some cases the lost of life and in others embarassing bonding(Krazy glued) taking place. The below story is one that at first seems comical but after I got up off the floor and stopped laughing. I realized that someone’s heart was broken in fact, four women’s hearts were broken.  This man really should offer careful thought to what made him crush the hopeful hearts of these four women. I know someone is wondering why do I continue to count four when the report only states that there were three women. I have chosen to included his wife. Oh yes, she is the one who told the other women.

This is Coyfee signing off….


Scorned Women Seek Revenge on Three-Timer

Police Say Women Attacked Man, Applied Krazy Glue to Sensitive Parts

Aug. 1, 2009

If you mess with one scorned woman, you’re bound to get burned. If you mess with two, things could really get ugly. Share Three women allegedly attack man who dated each of them while he was married. But what happens when you mess with three? An unidentified married Wisconsin man who was dating three women at the same time found out the hard way that it can only mean trouble.


After finding out that the same Casanova had been courting them all simultaneously, Michelle Belliveau, Wendy Sewell and Therese Ziemann allegedly lured the man to a local motel room to seek revenge. Police say Ziemann kicked off the plan, convincing the man to voluntarily agree to be bound and blindfolded with the promise of a massage. But instead, police say, she cut off his underwear and sent a text message to the other women to enter the room. Related Cold Feet Cost Hubby-to-Be $150kWATCH: Broken Heart Means Big PaydayWATCH: Man Pays for Bout of Cold Feet District Attorney:


Women Conspired to Allegedly Attack “This wasn’t a spur of the moment type of event in that all of the participants in the complaint and in the information provided were part and parcel of this plan,” said Ken Krantz, the district attorney of Calumet County, Wis. When the women came into the room, they allegedly attacked him and applied Krazy Glue to sensitive body parts. Reports show that they asked the victim which woman he loved more, which one he wanted to grow old with, slapped him in the face and then said, “Can you handle that?” The man was finally released after he started screaming, and police say the women fled with his cell phone, wallet and car. So, how did the trio find out about each other? Police say it was the man’s wife who informed them of the love quad.


According to the Appleton Post-Crescent newspaper, an arrest warrant was issued Friday for Tracy M. Hood-Davis, the victim’s wife, who also faces a charge of being a party to false imprisonment.

ConversationswitCoyfee presents A President, a Boy and Genocide:The Sudan President’s Arrest

In Uncategorized on August 2, 2009 at 2:51 am

This is Coyfee and just wanted to share this story with you. With all the many problems in our country we(our children) are safe in most of our communities. Please do not forget the poor in other countries. Pray for the children that have been hurt by the selfishness of adults. I do not have much of a commentary concerning this story but as always I wish to bring your attention to crimes against children in Africa.

Coyfee signing off…

A President, a Boy and Genocide

After a grenade exploded, Bakit Musa, 8, lost his hands, one eye and the skin on half of his face.

Published: March 4, 2009
When the International Criminal Court issued its arrest warrant for Sudan’s president on Wednesday, an 8-year-old boy named Bakit Musa would have clapped — if only he still had hands.
Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times

Nicholas D. Kristof

I met Bakit a couple of weeks ago in eastern Chad, near the border of Darfur. He and two friends had found a grenade left behind in fighting after Sudan’s president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, armed and dispatched a proxy force to wreak havoc in Chad. The boys played with the grenade, and it exploded, taking both of Bakit’s hands, one eye and the skin on half of his face.

So Bakit became, inadvertently, one more casualty of the havoc and brutality that President Bashir has unleashed in Sudan and surrounding countries. Other children laugh at him, so Bakit plays by himself in the dust on the outskirts of a huge camp for people displaced by Mr. Bashir.

One of Mr. Bashir’s first actions after the arrest warrant was to undertake yet another crime against humanity: He expelled major international aid groups, including the International Rescue Committee and the Dutch section of Doctors Without Borders. In effect, he is now preparing to massacre the Darfuri people in still another way, for Darfuris are living in camps and depend on aid workers for food, water and health care — even as deadly meningitis has broken out in one of the camps.

“The consequences are going to be dire,” notes George Rupp, the president of the International Rescue Committee, on which 1.75 million Sudanese depend for water, sanitation, education and health care. “If Sudan persists in this decision, it’s difficult to see how the outcome will be anything other than serious suffering and death for hundreds of thousands of people.”

Mr. Bashir is now testing the international community, and President Obama and other world leaders must respond immediately and decisively, in conjunction with as many non-Western nations as possible.

The first step is to insist that aid groups be reinstated immediately to prevent this genocide in slow motion. A second step could be to destroy one of Mr. Bashir’s military planes with a warning that if he takes his genocide to a new level by depriving Darfuris of food and medical care, he will lose the rest of his air force.

Yet it’s also important to understand that Mr. Bashir engages in a consistent pattern of destruction and slaughter, not because he is a sadistic monster, but because he is a calculating pragmatist.

Mr. Bashir saw early in his career that atrocities can constitute an effective policy — shooting villagers and gang-raping women is quite useful to depopulate rural areas, thereby denying support to rebel militias. Best of all from Mr. Bashir’s perspective, there’s no downside as long as the international community averts its eyes or backs down. His aim in expelling aid groups is apparently to divide the international community and to try to force the United Nations Security Council to delay International Criminal Court proceedings.

Mr. Bashir assumes, not unreasonably, that he can get away with it. That culture of impunity is what the I.C.C. arrest warrant may begin to change. It is one way of attaching costs to systematic brutality, and thus to change the calculations of pragmatists like Mr. Bashir in Sudan and elsewhere.

So now President Obama and other leaders — hello, Gordon Brown, you there? — need to back up the I.C.C. arrest warrant and push to reverse the expulsion of aid workers, while working with Arab countries like Qatar that want to help.

Intriguingly, Khartoum is full of rumors that the handful of leaders just below Mr. Bashir are thinking of throwing him overboard to save themselves. We can encourage that by making it clear that Sudan will pay a price if the killings continue.

We also must call on China to stop training the military pilots used by Mr. Bashir to strafe villages, and to stop supplying weapons and spare parts to Sudan as long as Mr. Bashir is in office. There are precedents: China was a strong supporter of the Khmer Rouge and of Slobodan Milosevic, but distanced itself from both when they came under the spotlight for genocide.

President Obama could also announce that from now on, when Sudan violates the U.N. ban on offensive military flights in Darfur by bombing villagers, we will afterward destroy a Sudanese military aircraft on the ground in Darfur (we can do this from our base in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa).

I won’t pretend that we can end all genocides. But we can attach enough costs so that it is no longer in a leader’s interests to dispatch militias to throw babies into bonfires. The I.C.C. arrest warrant marks a wobbly step toward accountability and deterrence.

So let’s applaud the I.C.C.’s arrest warrant, on behalf of children like Bakit who can’t.


ConversationswitCoyfee presents Beauty In Motion: Jay Leno’s EcoJet

In Jay Leno's EcoJet on August 2, 2009 at 2:47 am

jay3Hey Guys I know this is my normal type of commentary but I absolutely love a hot car..Oh My God..Check out this makes me wanna jump up and down ..Am I excited? Yes..The style and sleekness is amazing. Well if you are not a lover of fast cars..hang on..I will posting interesting stories in a just a few..but I had to give Jay prompts on this one..

Then I wanted to ask can I ride? Smile..

Well guys this is Coyfee signing off..wanting just one ride in Jay’s car..just one..

Jay Leno’s EcoJet

Jay Leno’s EcoJet Soaring on a freeway near you? .print send e-mail this page IM this page Buzz Up! By John Lamm • Photos by the Author Jay Leno’s EcoJet on the freeway.We first saw Jay Leno’s EcoJet mid-engine turbine coupe at the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Leno, with General Motors’ Design Chief, Ed Welburn, and Frank Saucedo, who heads the automaker’s west coast studio, penned the design concept. Leno has both a motorcycle and a pickup truck powered by “jet” turbine engines, so the plan was to create an automobile that would run on a similar powerplant fueled by biodiesel. The EcoJet was initially a static exhibit, but one thing about Jay’s Garage is that everything runs. So Jim Hall, Bernard Juchli and the other wizards in the Burbank shop set about to turn the EcoJet from a barely rolling display into a complete running automobile.


What they were mating were a Honeywell LT-101 turbine engine with some 700 bhp and upwards of 500 lb-ft of torque to a GM 4-speed automatic transmission. This driveline was installed amidships in a reworked Corvette aluminum frame surrounded by the carbon fiber body. Think about the challenge of turning a static show car into a running automobile. Problems like mating the electronics of the turbine to those of the gearbox and then creating a dashboard display so Leno can monitor functions when driving. Jay Leno with the EcoJet.



And all this while the crew was working on other projects from steam machines to muscle cars, because unlike some shops, in Jay’s Garage things get done. Now the EcoJet is a runner…like 150-plus mph in one test. We had a chance to spend a day with Leno and the jet machine and can confirm it is impressive. Naturally it sounds like a taxiing jet even at idle, great coils of heat roiling out of exhaust vents behind the engine. The EcoJet seems to be cruising just above the road surface and you can imagine the stares it gets on the freeway where it looks like it just swooped in from Star Wars or, perhaps, The Jetsons.