Jonathan Lee Riches© v. Jeff Gordon

Jonathan Lee Riches© For those uninitiated, Jonathan Lee Riches© (he asserts his names is copyrighted) he is an inmate at Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Williamsburg, SC with a penchant for litigation. His many lawsuits include: Michael Vick, Barry Bonds, Don Imus, Wal-Mart, President Bush, The World Wide Web, Williams Sisters, 50 Cent, Iron Mike Tyson and LeBron James. Now the JRL has turned his litigation skills on NASCAR and Jeff Gordon.

Jonathan Lee Riches© A/K/A “Litigator Crusader” v. Jeff Gordon d/b/a NASCAR Driver; Hendrick Motorsports. The complaint is entitled “Recklessly Drivin My Life Crazy” is a civil action for “violation of chemical weapons 18 USC 229, car assault, speeding, road rage, DUI crimes and exhaust pollution.” The JLR is seeking “22,000,000,000.00 Billion dollars and Gordon’s #24 car.”

The following is the text of the complaint: Continue reading

Russian Top-Secret Submarine 20120: Details Posted on Internet

In a previous post, it was discovered that the propeller of an U.S. Ohio-Class ballistic-missile submarine was viable on Microsoft’s Russia Developing Top-Secret Submarine-PaperLive Search.

Now the Russians are having a problem with submarine details being released on the web. According to a post at zerohostel, the commander of a submarine met with local city officials and revealed the project number, technical, and tactical characteristics of his boat. The data then appeared on the city’s website. This was later removed.

The speculation is that this new submarine is either a combination-diesel- atomic submarine or that it is equipped with a new type of nuclear reactor. See Javno for details.

Details of new Russian top-secret submarine revealed on city website.

The Internet, can’t live with it, can’t live without it.

yojoe out

The Only Thing More Ridiculous Than the NCAA Taking Away OU Victories: OU Filing to Reclaim Wins

In an asinine move by the University of Oklahoma, the school is seeking to overturn a ruling by the NCAA, which removed wins from OU in the 2005 season.

First, it is ridiculous for the NCAA to retroactively remove wins from a team. The only thing more ridiculous is for the school to have the wins reinstated. Continue reading