Sunday, February 10, 2019

Odis Buck Garrett died in prison



The Federal inmate registry has confirmed that Odis Buck Garrett died in prison on February 12 2017 at the age of 74. Odis was in prison for ordering the murder of Margo Compton and her twin seven year old daughters for testifying against him in the prostitution case. Odis ran a brothel called the Love Nest in San Francisco for the Hells Angels. His pal Sonny Barger attended the trial and later recognized him as a member of the Filthy Few Fellowship in the Big House Crew.

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  1. Ol' Bucky should be screaming in eternal torment right now, POS that he was. Murdering a woman and two little girls deserves torture, not just an easy death after 30 years of stealing oxygen that could be better used by puppy-dogs. This is who Sonny Barger really is, and who the HA are too.

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    1. I don't think torture is right for anyone but as you sow, so shall ye reap. He will experience the pain and suffering he caused others. That's just a natural consequence of our actions. It does reveal the true character of Sonny Barger.

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  2. O.K. if you believe in an after life. For the resident atheist, he died, he's gone, nothing else.

    What this clearly demonstrates is people like him, are not that bright. Murdering a woman and her twins to prevent her from testifying didn't work. he went to prison for murder. going to prison for running a brothel would have been less time. They never do seem to do a cost/benefit analysis.

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    1. Good luck with that. Not even Ozzy Osborne agrees with you on that one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9yYJ6ZAYns

      If I'm walking across the street and you and Trialrunner say to me Hey, look out for that semi. I say that semi won't hit me because I don't believe in semi's. At that point it simply doesn't matter that you or I believe. If I don't get out of the way that semi is going to run me over. It's called reality.

      People can say oh I don't believe in an afterlife so it won't effect me but that simply doesn't matter. The reality is life does not end at death. It's basic science. Intelligence cannot be created or destroyed. When you die and you are still conscious of whats going on, you will then realize you are wrong. The final judgement doesn't come at death it comes at the resurrection. There's still time to change the road we are on.

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    2. OMG, that is funny, you, Trialrunner and I walking across the street.

      don't worry if you don't move, I'd push you out of the way. If you're not believing in semi's at the moment I'll ensure you get to the hospital and I'll call the off spring.

      I believe in semi's. Just not in the stuff they taught us in sunday school. However, if you follow the 10 commandments you will get through life fairly well. Do sometimes believe in Karma. Mom always was one of those who believed what goes around comes around.

      never believed in the Resurrection either. Always thought the stuff they talked about was a nice story to keep people in line and I've had that opinion since I was 9 years old.

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    3. No worries. My point remains valid. Whether you or I believe in an afterlife simply doesn't matter. One is right the other is wrong. It's like some of these wing nuts that still think the earth is flat. They're wrong. What they believe just doesn't matter.

      Its like any criminal who says I don't believe in the courts so I will never be held accountable for my actions. What they believe just doesn't matter. Court does exist and they will be held accountable for their action in this life or the next.

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    4. In contrast I never believed anything communism taught. I always saw it for exactly what it was: one great big lie to justify the creation of a totalitarian state where everyone's civil liberties are stripped away one by one until we are all engulfed in complete slavery. I don't buy it. Never have and never will.

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  3. Good Zeppelin reference there.... :wink:

    People who are conscious and able to speak as they pass often say some interesting things about what they are "seeing" in those last few seconds. Those who think there is nothing waiting for them after death would do well to do some reading up on that, they'll find it's pretty much split between joy at seeing loved ones previously passed and (short lived) expressions of terror. Not too hard to figure out.

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    1. at the odd time I've contemplated an after life, what if you ran into all your exs in the after life. just wouldn't work,

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    2. Hopefully they wouldn't scratch your eyes out. Hopefully by then we all would have evolved spiritually enough to see past the past and move forward.

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  4. Since Blaze is still spamming my blog with bullsh*t against the instructions of his handler and since that fly sh*t woman killer is so determined there is no afterlife I will do the math for him.

    Fist Law of Thermodynamics states that "energy can neither be created nor destroyed; energy can only be transferred or changed from one form to another. For example, turning on a light would seem to produce energy; however, it is electrical energy that is converted."

    Einstein understood this principle and expanded upon it: E = mc2

    Energy, light, intelligence. It's all the same thing.

    The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that in a closed system order does not increase. If I throw a pile of wood and nails on my patio, it will not evolve into a house after a million years. Houses will decompose after time. They do not build themselves.

    Buildings have architects, paintings have painters, creation has a creator. It doesn't matter to me what Blaze does or does not believe because Blaze is a worthless POS. History has recorded that. Shooting Britney Irving in the back has an eternal consequence.

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    1. Blaze is probably trying to deny and avoid his conscience through exhibiting denial behaviour.

      All he needs to do is read question 75 of the Summa Theologiae (often misspelled at "Summa Theologica") to see how reason and logic alone prove the existence of the soul and its everlasting nature.

      It can be found: http://www.newadvent.org/summa/1075.htm

      The more questions he keeps reading the more answers he will gain. It's a win-win situation!

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    2. There is no hope for Blaze. He is a defiantly unrepentant murderer who shot an innocent woman in the back and is spending the rest of his worthless life lying about it and falsely accusing others to hide that fact. He is left unto himself to hide in the shadows, kick against the pricks, persecute righteousness and fight against God. He is a damned soul in hell. In fact he's already there. When he is brought into the light he will cower back to the shadows where he can continue to hide.

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  5. Logic and reason both prove the existence of the soul.

    There are, in fact, two judgements, one private and one public. The private is known theologically as "Particular Judgement", which takes place immediately upon death. The "General Judgement" or "Last Judgement" is the one at the resurrection (if it is the "last", then there had to be one before it).

    The reason for the General Judgement is so we find out what justice has been given to those who wronged us, and others. In a way, a person could say it gives closure.

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