Jesse Hodgson

There's nothing wrong with a little kinky sex between consenting adults, even if it involves, um, diapers. But people come unpinned when someone's sexual fetish spills over those boundaries and affects non-consenting adults or children. In July, Jesse "Pampers" Hodgson, a former Mountain View Fire Rescue firefighter, told a judge that he'd let his fetish for wearing diapers take over his life. Hodgson, 37, had been arrested months earlier and accused of sexually assaulting a drunken female while he was wearing an adult diaper, as well as exposing himself to a child, along with several other inappropriate diaper-related actions. He eventually pleaded guilty to felony attempted sexual assault, misdemeanor sexual contact and indecent exposure and was sentenced to eighteen months of work release and eight years of supervised probation — something that will hopefully allow him to earn his big-boy underpants.

Michael Gilliland

Michael Gilliland, the high-flying founder of Wild Oats in Boulder and the Sunflower Farmers Market chain, was grounded in February when he was arrested in Phoenix and charged with trying to hook up with an underage prostitute. According to police, the 53-year-old Gilliland offered to pay $100 to have sex with a seventeen-year-old girl he'd met online; she even asked him to bring cigarettes to the motel, saying she was only seventeen and not old enough to buy them. When he showed up, however, Gilliland discovered that the girl was an undercover cop. He resigned as CEO of Sunflower, and not just because the market — famous for its healthy-lifestyle products — doesn't carry smokes. A trial is set for January.

Lisa Norton

It doesn't get much worse than the story of Lisa Norton. In June, the 32-year-old Boulder woman went on a bender just two days after being sentenced in a previous DUI case to probation and alcohol monitoring. This time, however, things turned out much worse. Norton was driving a pickup truck on Nelson Road near Longmont when she lost control, according to police reports, and smashed into another car, killing 33-year-old Gabriel Nielsen and seriously injuring his sister and his two-year-old daughter. But the story doesn't end there. After the crash, Norton reportedly got out of her truck and jumped into the Clover Basin Reservoir, where she tried to swim away from police. Some boaters thwarted the attempt, however, pulling her out and turning her over to the cops. Norton was later charged with first-degree murder, vehicular homicide, vehicular assault and other offenses. She pleaded not guilty in December and is scheduled to face trial in May.

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VivlianWozz
VivlianWozz

Another restaurant cliaimed to use fresh mozz arella cheese,where it's dishes were actually made with economy cheddar.the "fresh pasta"advertieshed on another meau tumed out to be frozen.--Agedate. ℃⊙M--a nice and free place for younger women and older men,or older women and younger men,to interact with each other.

Stealth2
Stealth2

So the two mopes who took their dead friend's credit card and partied at Shotgun Willie's before FINALLY calling the cops didn't make the cut? Maybe this list should go to 11 (Spinal Tap reference...)

druid0621
druid0621

Sour grapes from n'er do wells. It's so easy to blame others for failure, instead of looking to oneself. Not everyone can be rich - it takes guts and tenacity, along with the ability to accept risk and failure. How many new millionaires are created each year in the US? If you don't like it here, you can always go abroad and try your luck there. But I'll bet you'll be back.

wolfiegd
wolfiegd

And your comments are supposed to make everyone overlook the illegal activities many of these people you support so much? A thief is a thief and just because he is rich doesn't make it any less criminal. Poeple like you want to overlook anything the rich do as "they deserve to be treated different". No they don't. They deserve the same respect everyone else gets.

Wnmavrick
Wnmavrick

Hey, Richboy...Nobody is mad at you specifically for being successfull. Good for you. I begrudge you nothing. You cannot deny, however, that the inequities of this system have been exposed and that there are an awful lot of things going on that are illegal and if not, immoral that are meant solely to keep generationally wealthy people excessively wealthy while the rest of the population beneath them grows without a commensurate growth in resources to support them.True, the Occupy movement lacks leadership and clear direction and that is their folly. I believe it was Napolean who said, "thank god for religion. It keeps the poor from killing the rich in their beds." When the "good" of the 400 richest individuals begins to supercede the good of the other 250 million, change can be expected.This country is not now, and it can be argued, has never been a true democracy, just like the USSR was never a true communist state. This nation is now and has always been (at least since the industrial revolutaion) an Oligarchy, a fact that is only now becoming apparent to the general populace...not that very many of them know that term...

Lan
Lan

my friendis a 27 years old doctor,mature and beautiful. and now she is seeking a good man who can give her real love, so she got a sername Andromeda2002 on  Agedate.СòM, a nice and free place for younger women and older men,or older women and younger men, to interact with each other.Maybe you wanna check out or tell your friends.

Richboy of Denver
Richboy of Denver

The 1 percent....get real ! They pay half of all the taxes , employ millions , and all have jobs ,thereby contributing to the well-being of our nation ,. So a few of them you may not like? Get over it , silly .Same is true of the rest of the folk out there . And don't let those ''99% Occupy Everything'' idiots fool you . They do NOT represent 99% of anything or anyone. It is the 53% who are relevant....working , paying ALL THE TAXES , and thereby helping support the other 47% ...some of whom are working hard for minimum wage,some less fortunate and needing help , some are bums , some are welfare cheats , etc , etc . So less idiotic generalizations please. Being rich IS the American dream , Capitalism has worked for 90 of the last 100 years [ that is why this nation is so rich/powerful/successful ] , and Socialism has failed every nation that has tried it...Russia , England , Greece , Spain , Italy , France, on and on...OK , perhaps the Scandinavians enjoy it , but there's not enough of them for it to matter ... anyone wanna buy a Saab. And AbbA are in the 1% , remember....So get over your Obama rhetoric drivel , work hard , pay your debts [ no, not you , Barack , that is too much to hope for ..] , and enjoy the fact that some of us drive Caddies. The people who work to build them like us , why don't you ???Richboy of Denver

Wnmavrick
Wnmavrick

"wah. stop being so mean to me, poor people"

 
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