13-Year-Old Faces Attempted Murder Charge in Shooting of Another Teen

Tameel Stanley, Tampa Bay Times, August 16, 2013

Police arrested a 13-year-old boy on an attempted murder charge Friday, less than 48 hours after authorities said he shot another teenager who taunted him.

Le’Genius Wisdom Williams, of St. Petersburg, turned himself in to the St. Petersburg Police Department about 1:30 p.m. {snip}

Le'Genius Wisdom Williams

Le’Genius Wisdom Williams

“Unfortunately this appears to be a reoccurrence of a growing and disturbing phenomenon where young adolescent teens not only get access to guns, but seem to have no qualms about using them for the slightest provocation,” said police spokesman Mike Puetz.

Authorities said Williams fired a small-caliber gun several times about 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 1700 block of 26th Street S.

According to a witness, Williams and a small group of teens were on the sidewalk when 15-year-old Dinarick Ford rode by on a bike. The teens began spouting off at each other.

One person told authorities they heard Ford shout out “Childs Park,” an apparent reference to a St. Petersburg neighborhood. Williams then pulled out a gun and fired multiple times at Ford, striking him three times in the upper body, police said.

{snip}

Ford’s injuries are serious, police said, but not considered life-threatening. {snip}

Police said on Friday that they had not determined where Williams got the gun—or where it is now. Williams did not grant police an interview, on the advice of his attorney.

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“The level of violence by these kids is astounding, and it’s downright scary, quite frankly,” Bartlett said. “The idea that a 13-year-old kid would A) have a firearm to start with, and B) use it to fire at somebody three times over nothing . . . it’s just scary.”

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  • CoweringCoward

    Le’genius shot Dinarick? Say it isn’t so. How did Le’Genius get him a gun, better question is why would you deny anyone the ability to defend themselves against Le’Genius’s ilk?

    • Oil Can Harry

      With the deaths of Dinarick and St. Trayvon and the arrest of Le’Genius Florida’s crime rate should drop a bit.

      At least until the next round of Haitian “refugees” arrive.

    • Luca

      Apparently there is a CIA plot of bringing guns into vibrant, diverse neighborhoods.

      Kind of like Fast and Furious.

    • Erasmus

      Calling themselves Le’Genius is one way to more Geniuses in the black community, I guess.

      Pity it won’t raise their SAT or IQ scores.

  • CoweringCoward

    How long until we see ultrasounds of Ford and talk of what a “goot boi” he is? Oh wait he was blasted by another “goot boi”.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      “Goot boi?” I think your ebonics needs work.

      • exLibtard

        he diint du nufin!

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Le’Genius Wisdom?

          Yeah…yeah…HA HA HA!!!!

          What more need be said?

          • cancerous bananna

            Sure livin up da names y’all..
            Mama tott da names be da ticket out da hood.. nome sayin

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Tyranny…I liked that…
            Imagine being married to Tyranny…

  • That which made him newsworthy is neither an example of genius nor wisdom.

    His fambly “could not reached for comment.” That’s a blessing in disguise. We already know what their “commentary” would be — Good boy, honor roll, straight As, (he is a genius, after all), footzball and bassetball, fell in with the wrong crowd, trying to turn his life around(at age 13).

    What’s “scary” beyond what is said to be scary here is that our legal system has in recent years bought the notion that such people are incapable of knowing right from wrong and incapable of knowing that certain behaviors are both wrong in and of themselves and result in evenmore wrong behavior that they should not only be exempt from the death penalty, but almost always exempt from life sentences, in the happenstance that they murder someone in the first degree. The genius pictured above had to have known that murder is wrong, and that if you point a gun at someone and pull the trigger, the odds are high that he’ll wind up dead, and that if there was no self-defense element, then it’s legally a case of murder. But no, even if his victim winds up croaking, Mr. Wisdom will never get the chair, and probably wouldn’t even get a life sentence. That and the circumstances of the case read more like Murder Two (if and only if the vic dies for these injuries), which far more often than not carry a fixed bid rather than straight life even for legal adults who are convicted of it.

    What’s even more “scary” is that in spite of all the obvious characteristics dancing in front of our faces, Official America won’t name the black and shame him for his proclivity to consider dissing to be a capital offense.

    • Puggg

      I wish his parents would show themselves. I want to see the kind of people that would name their son Le’Genius Wisdom. The father is probably named Supreme Knowledge, the mother Everlasting Love.

      • MekongDelta69

        What father?!!

        • NeanderthalDNA

          It be called “da baby daddy”. Get it rite, raythitht cracka!

          Maybe time to head on over to chimpout for a bit…

          • BonusGift

            Au contraire; we be all crazy azz krackers today!

        • Luca

          He means the sperm donor.

      • Spartacus

        Bet’ya he has a sister called Supreme Social Justice ?

      • Ed_NY

        I have met Supreme Knowledge, Everlasting Life and Satisfied love. I have also met Memphis Tennessee, Nassau Coliseum, George Washington Bridges and a few others with similar type names. They sure are a narcissistic bunch.

    • MekongDelta69

      You forgot, “aspiring rapper and slam poet.
      (You really need to brush up on African excuses Q.D.!)

      • IstvanIN

        and Go-Go artist, which is an art form I just learned about!

      • Non Humans

        Don’t forget “Future Scientist”.

        • BonusGift

          Given that he actually hit his target three times (i.e., quite a feat for even a fully grown hoodrat) while holding the gun sideways I’d say we just cut to the chase and call him a “scientist” today (i.e., after all he is “Le’Genius”). As an aside, I really don’t know how to even read these sickening tales about blacks anymore without a degree of gallows humor and abject disgust; which is why when I can I prefer to look at the absurd side of it when possible.

  • Rhialto

    Why would a child be named “Le’Genius”? Why not a normal name like L’Tronius, ZeShawn, or De’Motrelion?

    • Major

      Oh man…stop it You guyz….My keyboard and monitor are drenched in beer.

    • You forgot “Shitavious”.

      • evilsandmich

        Sheet mane,doon b gooin dooin dat.

      • Luca

        It should be spelled “Shitzobvious”. Well, because it is.

    • ViktorNN

      Don’t forget the classic “LaTrina.”

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Ophelia Self…

        • BonusGift

          Personally, I prefer the common household consumer item derived names (e.g., Listerine) or especially luxury items : Chanel or Mercedes (have even heard of Prada).

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Or liquor drinks. Hey, let’s name our kid after what we were guzzling when we consumed it!

            Tequila. Tequila will grow up to be a doctor/lawyer/astronaut and will not have a bunch of bastards she can’t afford.

            Yay for fetal alcohol syndrome! They ain’t stupid enough already…

          • Ed_NY

            Kaopectate and Mylanta come to mind.

      • Ed_NY

        Or Diarreah.

        • CoweringCoward

          No, as these excretions are more solid.

  • MekongDelta69

    It seems as if “Le’Genius Wisdom” isn’t too smart.
    His baby mama must be SO proud.

    • IstvanIN

      At least she wasn’t name Leopoldville, that would be an insult to the King.

  • bigone4u

    The police spokesman left out the word “black” in his statement. It’s not young adolescent teens, it’s BLACK teens that are the problem. Jeez, even the cops can’t speak the truth publicly, but in my conservations with them privately, they know the score.

    • Irishgirl

      With a name like L’Genius Wisdom, pointing out that they are black would be redundant.

      • That’s one of the reasons I love these names. Try as it might, the mainstream media can not hide an offender’s race when the critter’s name is “Shitavious” or “LaTrine”.

  • Spartacus

    “…Le’Genius Wisdom Williams…”

    ———————————————————————————————————————

    SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME ! I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING, AND I THINK IT’S GONNA KILL ME !!!

    • JDInSanDiego

      I heard he wasn’t going to turn himself in but his bruva La’Rockit Scientiss convinced him that an official pole-eece record would up his street cred.

      • Major

        Oh man..that was a keeper….LM W AO!!!

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Yeah…me too. Black idiocy – the gift that keeps on gibsinatin’!

      • Conrad

        “Black idiocy – the gift that keeps on gibsinatin’!”

        Don’t you mean Gibbon?

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Gibbonified? Gibbonated? Gibboniferous?

          Ah the interlocutor and stump speech of minstralsy, precursor to the stand up comic…

          Nice article on Wiki about the lost art…

    • bigone4u

      When I was a professor, it was sometimes fun to call roll, but I had to stifle my laugher: “Le’Genius, is Le’Genius here today? Anyone know where Le’Genius is?” Then there were class questions: “Le’Genius, what does GDP stand for?” It was the answers that reflected that genius: “I knozz what EBT be.”

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Yeah, they always seemed to expect that one could figure the pronunciation out just by looking at the spelling. Amazing.

        I swear, I think half the reason blacks give their kids those moronic names is to make some poor White educator try to effin pronounce it, lol…

        The other half lies in the profundity of low average IQ…

    • It gets better. I have personally met a girl named “Shithead” – pronounced “shith-aid” and a guy who’s name was Nosmo. His fambly name was “King”, so he was Nosmo King.

      • baldowl

        I met one named Sylvester. I s**t you not.

        • cancerous bananna

          Vibert and Oral were a couple grouids I’d find on my worklogs when I worked in Toronto.

          • baldowl

            I used to follow a blog called The Negronomicon. It was loaded with gems.

          • Greg S

            Had a customer in the hood named Orange Blow. This was in the 80’s before this crap got out of hand. Cousin was Sirloin Daniels.

          • baldowl

            Sirloin! He sound like royalty!

          • Irishgirl

            Sirloin? His kind are rare.

          • CoweringCoward

            No, they are NOT, they are ALL TOO COMMON.

        • Non Humans

          When I worked in A T Hell, I came across a Trashonda and a Shatavious.
          .
          Completely assinine!! It holds them down too. Whenever I have had a hand in any hiring processes, any assinine ghetto names on resumes/applications instantly become shredder food. Other professionals that I have worked with, including my libtarded ex-wife, also follow this practice.
          .
          Works for me. Makes these idiots terribly easy to identify at nothing more than a glance.

          • CoweringCoward

            Those applying are just there to stretch out some benefit or another, meeting some statutory requirement probably. Not giving a black a job doesn’t matter to the black.

    • Irishgirl

      Agreed! I’m reading this in a public place, and people are looking at me like I’m NUTS!

  • Dave4088

    So we have teen vs. teen. I think we can decode the race of these teens even without the mug shot. Something tells me Le’Genius Wisdom doesn’t live up to his name.

    • Erasmus

      Maybe his mom was trying to be ironic when she named him?
      ….nah.

      • Major

        She must have been thinking of the “genius” that knocked her up…after all she allowed it to happen, no? Even though it doesn’t take much in the way of persuasion or foreplay to get these breeders up to full speed starting at 13.

  • bubo

    A very large percentage of the black population are absolute psychopaths. Much greater than any other race. Nothing resembling a conscious in them. No matter what the media and liberal society says, these people are not like anything else.

    • CharlesFinley

      They’re unconscious of their lack of consciences.

    • Non Humans

      They’re not people.. They’re nonhumans and Animals…and that’s insulting to animals.

    • Major

      Watch “Hardcore Pawn” some night. Wanna get some insight on Detroits “model” citizens? Tune in for one 1/2 hour.

  • mobilebay

    Can’t say that I wouldn’t shoot up the place if my parents stuck me with that name too.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    Just goes to show that naming someone Le’Genius doesn’t make him one.

  • APaige

    If President Obama’s fake son had a son he would look like Le’genius. I think Florida needs more George Zimmermans.

    • Major

      It has one here…I go NO where without my “pocket rocket”, protector. A very nice little G26. And a very choice XD9 in the glove box.

  • exLibtard

    He’s considered a high achiever in his “vibrant” community. He’s 13 and already trying to kill people.

    • Luca

      I only hope his 6 kids don’t follow in his footsteps.

      • exLibtard

        They probably already have. At least the family won’t be broken up. They’ll all be in juvenile detention together!

        • baldowl

          I did a little time a while back, and one of the funniest things I overheard (I kept lists) was: “I seen yo’ daddy down duh in da county jail.”

    • CoweringCoward

      Industrious little boogar isn’t he?

  • Luca

    Naming your child should be a task about as easy as tying your shoes. And look what a convoluted, twisted, low IQ, black mind comes up with, Le’Genius???

    And the wizards of Affirmative Action would leave us to believe that these people are capable of advanced academics or holding important jobs?

    Having these people classified as homo sapiens is a disgrace.

    • baldowl

      The notion of racial equality is an insult to non-blacks.

    • bigone4u

      When I see a wolf and a German Shepherd type dog I can’t tell the difference. But they are two separate species. They can mate however. I think science may be conspiring to hide from us that blacks and whites are two separate species. Just as the dog is gentle and loving, so are whites. The wolf is more unstable, but I would not insult the wolf by comparing him to blacks. Blacks and whites are different species and eventually science will be forced to admit it.

      • IstvanIN

        Eurasians all have Neanderthal genes, sub-Saharan Africans all have chimpanzee genes. Shows that we developed separately.

        • Andy

          Are you sure about the chimp genes? Even 100,000 years ago when the races separated we would have had quite a bit of trouble interbreeding with chimps.

          • IstvanIN

            I know I have read that, unfortunately I do not have a citation. It certainly makes a great deal of sense, considering how primitive Africans look and act.

          • Non Humans

            Who says that they quit 100,000 years ago? It’s a pretty well established fact that nonhumans will try to have sex with anything that moves. Hell, some chimpanzees and orangutans are much more attractive (and better smelling) than the common varieties of sheboons and shezillas.

          • Andy

            It is possible to have sex with chimpanzees. It is not possible to produce fertile children (or any children) with them.

          • WR_the_realist

            Humans (including blacks) all have 23 chromosomes while all the great apes (including chimpanzees) have 24. So it is impossible for humans and chimps to interbreed. How did this happen? Well 22 of the great ape chromosomes match up very well with 22 of the human chromosomes. The remaining two great ape chromosomes each match part of the 23rd human chromosome. Detailed sequencing of the DNA shows that at some point in human evolutionary history the two great ape chromosomes fused to form one chromosome. How did the first pre-human with 23 chromosomes manage to breed? That’s the tough question. It may be that when the fusion first took place the fused chromosome matched up well enough with the other two that they could all get together (a threesome). Otherwise two pre-humans with essentially the same rare fusions would have to have met and bred, which seems unlikely.

          • We have 23 *PAIRS* of chromosomes.

            Horses and zebras and donkeys can all mate and produce offspring, very rarely fertile, but they also have different numbers of chromosomes. Any of these hybrids with an odd number of chromosomes is sterile.

          • Stalin once ordered Russian women impregnated with chimpanzee semen, but none of them became pregnant. This evil degenerate’s idea was to breed a sort of “super-soldier”.

            A human-chimp hybrid would be afraid of fire and explosions and would run away after dropping its weapon. Any rational army would run away, but it is precisely because we are human that we men do not.

        • Major

          If we did have Neanderthal genes…we’d all still be scratching our armpits and eating the lice off of our furry skin cover. We overcame a very inferior species and became Cro Magnum man….which we are descendants of today.

          • Evette Coutier

            Actually, we are about two percent Neanderthal. There was cross breading. This should not be considered a negative thing. Neanderthals had larger brains. The current thinking is that Neanderthals were out competed because they developed to fast. It’s a long story as to why rapid maturity is a negative trait, but I’d note that the less intelligence races are noted for maturing faster. Blacks being the prime example. Quick maturation keeps their brain from achieving greater levels of ability.

          • CoweringCoward

            Seems I read recently that Neanderthal was sea faring, navigation and sea craft building don’t make me view them as all that “primitive”. These act are more advanced than anything coming from the Sub-Saharan region TODAY.

          • Major

            That’s Germanic myth fostered during AH’s time in power. Neanderthal is a part of modern Germany.

        • WR_the_realist

          Well, actually all humans have a common ancestor with chimpanzees that lived about 7 million years ago, give or take a million years. The split between Africans and the rest of humanity occurred much later than that, either 100,000 years ago or less (the out of Africa theory) or at most several hundred thousand years ago (the multiregional hypothesis). The former theory is much more widely accepted among paleoanthropologists. But even 100,000 years, or 5,000 generations, is ample time for differences to evolve between blacks and the rest of us.

          • I have only 24 teeth, and not 32. These are also the wrong shape for a person.

          • skara_brae

            Fascinating.

          • I strongly suspect that what constitutes “humans” is really just a related bunch of subspecies.

      • Some friends of mine had an timberwolf-shepherd cross. Roxanne was stable, but just thought like a wolf and not a dog. When Roxie went into heat, my friend would come home from work to find her waiting on the bed for him.

        When their daughter was born, Roxie realized she was Beta female, and was then very protective of my friend’s daughter. When I was over visiting, I always slept downstairs on the floor, as my back doesn’t like sleeping on sofas, and I’ve slept on a lot of floors in my day. Roxie slept near me on the floor; we were not the mated pair in that household.

        She liked me a lot; I used to get all the remaining marrow out of her big bones and put it in her food bowl.

        They’re stable; one merely has to understand that they are not dogs.

    • Naming children is easy. My daughter is Ariadne, after the wife of Theseus. If we can afford another, it will be Penelope if a girl, or Owen if a boy.

      • baldowl

        Owen, after Luke Skywalker’s uncle. Please, say it’s so.

        • It is an English version of “Owain”, which is Welsh, and means “of noble birth”.

          It’s meant to be a joke about my old federal felony conviction.

          • baldowl

            I have an old conviction myself. I must research an Irish equivalent, with which to name my next son.

          • The Irish for that might be “Eogan”, which is pronounced “Owen”.

          • baldowl

            Eogan would be awesome. Sounds like a Tolkien name.
            edit: LOOKS like a Tolkien name, anyway LOL

          • He borrowed a lot of names from Welsh and Irish mythology.

          • Triarius

            Actually the name would be pronounced “Wer-kin-ghet-or-ix”, so maybe Walker or Walden. Although I do like Vincent a lot.

          • Erasmus

            If Orcs had names, what would they be?

          • I sometimes play as a hobgoblin fighter-assassin in Neverwinter Nights I, and named it “Ungingurz”, which in Tolkeinesque means “Harvester”, but not of crops. Lots of orcs had names in the old novels.

            On the other hand, a short story set in the “Dragonlance” series I once read involved a goblin who admitted to the protagonist that he didn’t have a name.

      • ViktorNN

        Those are all great names, well done.

        I hate to point it out, but I’ve noticed among the poorer relatives in my extended family there are some increasingly black-like trends in child naming. A lot of making up stupid names rather than going back into history and tradition to find old gems, as you’ve done.

      • Irishgirl

        Owen may be appropriate since from the day the baby is born, blacks will feel that he be Owen them something.

  • Easyrhino1

    Le’Genius shot Dinarick?

    Where’s Magneto, Professor X and Wolverine when you need them?

    • BonusGift

      Very funny, thanks for that one; I am even more thankful that I took the precaution not to be drinking or eating as I read these comments.

      • Irishgirl

        Wish I had done the same.

  • exLibtard

    Don’t bother trying to put in your two cents at the original article: “Commenting has been disabled”. Of course.

  • exLibtard

    Le’Genius Wisdom Williams is anything but a genius and certainly lacks wisdom.

  • OpusX

    Regarding the kid’s name, all I can say is this is your brain on crack.

  • “…. but seem to have no qualms about using them for the slightest provocation,” said police spokesman Mike Puetz.

    The reason they keep getting younger is because of the resistance to actually punishing ever younger criminals. There is only one way to stop this, and it requires getting very tough on violent crime, even if it means going straight from jump rope to noose.

    • Major

      Tell ya what….If we could…we should take a piece from the Saudi laws that they readily enforce for crimes…that part of their belief system isn’t all that bad considering it gets the job done….and criminals are dispatched swiftly. They don’t suffer from the derangement of PCism.

      • BonusGift

        We should treat them special like they want to be treated and apply such laws to them and them alone.

  • Skip Wellington

    If only young Le’Genius had access to midnight
    basketball, he would not have strayed into trouble.

    • Major

      Well..it was close to midnight already…the little POS junior thug killer….was out at 9PM? And we wonder where the “parent(s)” are? Seems to me his parent…ought to be in a jail cell along with this little monster bovine excrement. I get so damn fed up reading this garbage and then they ( the elitist libs ) wonder why I’m not more “understanding or tolerant?” I wish there was a pesticide or an anti biotic that would just remedy this sickness that has a hold of them.

      • Romulus

        I believe that certain agencies are working on race specific diseases, someone mentioned here about a week and a half ago.

      • We’re not allowed to use anything named “Zyklon” or “Uragan” on the vermin, but perhaps something called “Taifun” might work.

  • CharlesFinley

    “Dis right herrr be my son, Le’Ahmo-gitchu-pregnant.”

  • N’DeLePorchMonkey had a factory-made firearm at 13, WtF? My first was a single-shot smoothebore I made from scratch when I was 14: one-inch caliber. It was in case my now ex-father ever hit my mother again. I shot it a few times much later on, with loads of black powder and BB shot. At a range of ten feet, it did what I expected it would do.

    We need to remove certain elements from the world’s population.

  • dd121

    Another day, same story.

  • din_do_nuffins

    Diversity vs. Diversity.

    My White privilege tells me to cheer for the Diversity.

  • IstvanIN

    We need a death penalty that goes way under age 18. Remember the 8 year old that murdered his sister, and when he got out murdered another little kid.

  • tickyul

    Le’genius…………….LMFAO, you can’t make this **** up!
    I feel pretty sorry for the .01% of Urban Americans who are really decent and fit into society.
    Sane people who are not brainwashed look at Urban Americans and think…….WTF??????

    • “Urban”? I think you mean black. This is amren; it’s ok to say what you mean.

      • CharlesFinley

        Africans in America
        Colored “people” (oh, but “people OF color” sounds so distinguished)
        Groids
        Bantus
        IggersNay, because if that’s what they call themselves and each other,
        then certainly, that is what they ARE.

      • tickyul

        LOL, I think MOST people know exactly who I am referring to when I use term Urban American.

        • Let’s not perpetuate the state of mind that says we need to speak in code. When we talk bluntly, it’s better for shocking people out of their slumber. Now allow me to make some blatant politically incorrect statements:

          Blacks are responsible for the majority of the murders in the US, despite being 13% of the population.

          Blacks have, on average, lower IQs than any other group in the US.

          Blacks, blacks, blacks. I’m talking about AFRICAN NEGROIDS *shouts so everyone in the KFC stares at me* and I don’t care who’s offended.

          • Major

            That 12% is misleading AW. Let’s assume that 1/2 is male OK? That’s 6% now…and lets halve that again to 3% assuming that’s the male juvie youts that are doing the crime. So now what’s realistic is that we have just 3% that are in the system, prison. jail and criminals with records. The rest are pregnant having more 3%-ers.

    • BonusGift

      BTW, that .01% is probably mostly Caucasian genetically.

  • Lewis33

    You all have it wrong, because “the apostrophe don’t be silent!”

    • Luca

      As in Le-a.

      That’s: LeDASHa, for all you ebonically challenged crackas.

  • Andy

    See, if someone were writing a parody, “Le’Genius” and “Shitavious” would just seem unrealistic. And yet someone actually carried a child in her womb for nine months and decided on such a name.

    • BonusGift

      Good point; if you wrote a script and came up with such names you would be rejected for being unrealistic, but we all know that just when you think it cannot get any more depraved blacks take it down a notch more.

  • Bob

    “Le’Genius Wisdom” you just can’t make this stuff up.

    • CharlesFinley

      LaNiglious Felonious Poindexter, Esq.
      L’Obesity-Goddess Grapedrankisha Jeantal
      Barack Hussein Obama

  • MBlanc46

    Mr. or Ms. Bartlett clearly has little acquaintance with the behavior of young black males.

  • IKantunderstand

    Yup, just another example of magical negro thinking. I be namin’ my kid LeGenius , he gonna shur enuff be one. I think this kid was one albino sacrifice too short.

    • He’s gonna inbent de heliocobopter!

      • CharlesFinley

        Oh, that’s Phucking hilarious!!! “inbent…”

  • Biff_Maliboo

    What’s in a name?

    • “What’s in a name?”

      Quite a bit. The most common girl’s name in Boulder, CO when I was in school was some variety of “Kristen” or “Kirsten”. My mother is Carol, and one never runs across those very much anymore. One of the neighbors is Nora, and I’d never met one before. My own name is one of the most common white male names in the United States, probably tied with “David”. My high school girlfriend was Diane; not many of those. “Elizabeth” is a famous name on my mother’s side of my family: my mother and daughter have that as their middle names, and my sister as her first.

      My best friends are Glenn Gordon and Dean Byrne: how much more Scottish a close circle can one have? When I hung out with Brian and Edward Myers, I was frequently mistaken for a third Myers brother. They didn’t like my hatred of Africans, so I haven’t seen either of them in 15 years.

      We liked Ariadne because it is a nice name from antiquity, easy to pronounce and spell – even in Kanji – and isn’t an overused girl’s name. Ariadne was the wife of Theseus, but this was also the name of a WW-1 British cruiser. Sayaka saw one of my books open on the dining room table and asked about HMS Ariadne, saying it was a nice name. After I explained, she told me she was pregnant. I was so happy I burst into tears.

      On the other hand, a Swedish couple was fined by a court for giving their son some crazy “name” that was a long string of numbers that ended in “116”. They tried explaining that this was pronounced “Albin”. A Japanese couple was likewise fined for naming their son “Demon”. I was joking when I produced the name “N’DeShawntavious” for posts here.

      My nephew is “Oscar”, which is another one rarely encounters.

      • CharlesFinley

        Well done, friend.

  • KenelmDigby

    I’m sure this is part of comedy script and not real life.
    – April 1st passed months ago.

  • Earl Turner

    And just think, friends, THIS is the diversity that HUD wants to relocate to YOUR neighborhood!

  • CharlesFinley

    “I had toad heeim, ‘Le’Genius, you bes’ do yo’ homeworks, nickah. An’ uhhhh…. he sait, Nickah, I BEEN done did my homeworks, Nickah!”

  • Erasmus

    I just read where 3 teens in Oklahoma gunned down a college baseball player because “they were bored.”
    No mention yet of the teens identities, but I’ll bet they have names like D’andre, Kweze, and DeLooshus and look a lot like Barack Obama.

    • Luca

      The Australian papers have no problem posting the pics of the three Trayvons.

      News [dot] com[dot] au. three teens accussed of murder of baseball player Chris Lane identified.

      • Erasmus

        Any comment yet from racists Je$$e Jack$on, Al $harpton or Barack Obama? “If I had a son, he’d look a lot like the kids who murdered Chis Lane.”

        • Ed_NY

          I doubt they will comment unless cornered.

        • MBlanc46

          Don’t stay up waiting for them.

        • Nick A Siggers

          Yes, yes he did.

          “There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps… then turn around and see somebody white and feel relieved.” – Jesse Jackasson

  • anon ymous

    These monsters are the same as child soldiers in Liberia.

  • Lt_Greyman_NVA

    Baby fat still in his cheeks, hate and stone age indifference in his eyes.

  • Rusty Shackelford

    Le’Genuis Wisdom…oh my goodness..at least their skin and names are sort of like an early warning system.

    • Irishgirl

      Right you are, Dale Gribble.

    • Frans

      You said it! Early warning system. Le’Genius Wisdom says it all.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    I was just wondering whether I’d seen the name “Shitavious” anywhere, whether it was a real black name, so that I could justify using it here for humorous purpose.

    Thanks!

    • I made up “N’DeShawntavious” and at first thought everyone was joking when references to a “Shitavious” started turning up here.

  • Romulus

    Well it’s common knowledge that the military has a bio weapons division. Weaponized smallpox has been around since the late fifties It is not outside the realm of possibility that facts wouldn’t use them. They are less destructive to infrastructure but unfortunately have the potential to burn through the globe with warp speed affecting all. If they (bio-weapons) were used,the elites would use something that they have also been inoculated for or have a safe haven to go to. Cheyenne mtn, Site R (for the pentagon) etc.

    • Commonly known by whom? Virtually the whole US effort consisted of plant diseases to kill crops. For example of a genuine biological weapons program, I recommend “Biohazard” by Ken Alibek. ISBN 0-375-50231-9.

      Raven Rock is a communications center. Cheyenne Mountain holds 1.8 million gallons of potable water, which places a limit on the number of these “elites” who could stay there. The inside is only 4.5 acres, so about 4 football fields in size, and the infirmary has only two beds.

      The utter incompetence of the FEMA response to hurricanes Katrina and Sandy suggests that our “elites” are worthless at managing a disaster. FEMA, for instance was honestly mystified that survivors would need clean drinking water. They were also caught short by the 2007 Dumas, Arkansas tornadoes. The organization is basically a paid daycare agency that warehouses groids with GEDs and failed horse show organizers.

      • Romulus

        Commonly known at CDC.During the height of the cold war, both America and the Russians were actively involved in espousing diseases. Some aerosol in delivery. The smallpox is kept under incredible lock and key. Not two years ago, a dept memo instructed all of us staff to voluntarily accept inoculation where I worked because of a potentially hazardous new strain of avian flu from turd world India. Apparently, the story went that the strain mutated the jump to humans. Im not jumping to conspiracy theory but don’t believe that programs don’t exist. My clearance wasn’t quite that high as an engineer. In any case, even if an enemy were to create one, your govt wouldn’t tell the general public that unfriendlys did it unless attrition was very high and /or they had credible proof.Thank you for the book title. Im ALWAYS looking for good reading.

        P.S. True, much of the stockpiles were scrapped, supposedly in the interest of staving off mass death. Govts are famous for the “official story”

        • The way Fourth World people keep animals of related species close to both each other and themselves, nobody needs a biological weapons program to produce a disaster. South China is the source of new flu strains because the dingbat locals keep ducks and pigs together. Pigs will eat duck poop, and ducks will eat out of water pigs have pooped into. This is just perfect if you want a flu strain that will readily jump species.

          I don’t loathe Chinese the way my wife does, but she has some good points about their filthy livestock habits.

  • Black Plague

    If Obama had a son…

  • Major

    What? You wanted the rest of it too?

  • Major

    Beautiful.

  • If you pronounce it “shith-aid”, a little like Sinead O’Connor, it flies in polite company, but in retrospect I’m suprised the moderator(s) let it pass in writing here.

    The poor girl went to middle school with one of my friend’s sons, and I later accidentally met her at a pizzeria. She seemed well-adjusted in spite of the name. I covered my instant smile by saying, “You used to go to school with Patrick Stephenson; his parents and he stayed with me back in 2008-09.” Even I can be diplomatic.

    I can’t imagine giving a child a goofy – or deliberately hurtful – name that would be on their birth certificate forever.

  • Tact

    Yeah, he was upstairs reading the Bible at the time.

  • Gotsumpnferya

    Boo got shot ! Boo got shot !
    Poor Le’Genius , I’d be angry too if my mama blessed me with that name .

  • Nick A Siggers

    La’Genius – Love it, definitely going to nominate that one for ghetto name of the year.

    Anyway on the the real topic, just how does a 13 year old pass a background check?