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Thursday, December 31, 2009

The Bloglist for 2009!

Because someone has to tie up the loose ends!

BitterAmerican + iPod + Jagermeister =
1 - Tegan and Sara - Hell
2 - She Wants Revenge - All Wound Up
3 - Gossip - Heavy Cross
4 - Metric - Satellite Mind
5 - Metric - Gold, Guns, Girls
6 - Silversun Pickups - Panic Switch
7 - Thermals - We Can See
8 - Kaiser Chiefs - Good Days Bad Days
9 - Kaiser Chiefs - Never Miss a Beat
10 - Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll
11 - Florence and the Machine - Kiss With a Fist
12 - Franz Ferdinand - Lucid Dreams

Experts agree:
She's STILL Hot

AND she's STILL a skanky, poor substitute!

This is how child pr0n starts:

Are either of them old enough to drive???

Blogs Most Frequently Invaded by the BitterAmerican:

1 - AlexC's Pa WaterCooler
2 - AlexC's ThreeSources
3 - Bill Shaw's Writemarsh!
4 - BobC's Sweet Spirits of Ammonia
5 - Captain America's First In!
6 - Doug Gibb's Political Pistachio
7 - Katey's Kafe
8 - Lisa Mossie's Bluftooni9 - Mike Mancini's Arbiter of Common Sense
10 - Skye's Midnight Blue

11 - Tony Phyrillas' Eponyomous Blog
12 - Wyatt's Support Your Local Gunfighter

You Have Entered the Land of Broken Dreams and Shattered Hopes:
The USA from 01-20-2009 until 01-21-2013

The AFL is no more.

But,...The MLS is coming to Philly!

Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?

  • Eugenia Angiolillo, "The BitterMother"
  • Harry Kalas
  • Soupy Sales
  • Patrick McGoohan
  • Walter Cronkite
  • Farrah Fawcett
  • David Carradine
  • Billy Mays
  • Patrick Swayze
  • Ed McMahon
  • Ricardo Montalban
  • Dom Deluise

Things that aren't there anymore:

  • That World Series Trophy
  • Objective Journalism
  • A decent pitching rotation
  • The Philadelphia Phantoms
  • The Spectrum
  • A competitive hockey franchise
Skank You Very Much!

  • Nancy Pelosi
  • Tiger Woods' Harem
  • The View's Baba Wawa, Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar
  • Katie Couric
  • Campbell Brown
  • Rachel Madcow
  • Tina Fey
  • Janet Napolitano
PWE (Penii with Ears, Pronounced "Pee-Wee") Awards:

  • Harry Reid
  • Rahm Emanuel
  • Kanye West
  • Chris Matthews
  • The Obamessiah
  • Fat Eddie Rendell
  • John "Redneck" Murtha
  • Tiger Woods
  • Sen Arlen Specter

  • Heroes:

    If you have to ask why, you're in the wrong country, son!

    Random Thoughts:

    • Think of the fun knowing EVERY baseball broadcaster will have to say "National League Champion Phillies" for another WHOLE year!
    • We have ANOTHER New YAWK team to hate for the next season.
    • In the future, putting your money where your mouth is will be known as "J-Roll'ing it!"
    • When did Philadelphia become the city that attracts every sports loser in America?
    • The NFL will soon start calling long touchdowns "DeSean Jacksons!"

    When the BitterAmerican rules the universe:
    • No Right Turn on Red will become mandatory. Violators will be fined $1,000. Obnoxious BMW, Mercedes, Infiniti, Land Rover and Infiniti operators will also have their vehicles impounded for 60 days, just for the hell of it.
    • 35 mph will be the minimum speed on four-lane roads. No excuses.
    • The responsibilities of local governments will be as followed: Safety (police, fire, EMS), sanitation, providing utilities, maintaining local roads, and zoning development. Everything else, including education and the feeding, housing and clothing of "the poor," shall be the responsibility of private enterprises and faith-based organizations.

    Well,...365 days and just over 7500 hits later,....and still more to blog about in 2010! Oh, goodie! Obama gets to take the senseless,...I mean, census!

    2010: The Year We Undo the Obamessiah's F-ups!

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Hello, Pot? This Is the Kettle: You're Black!

Seventeen-year-old superstar Miley Cyrus says in an Irish TV interview that she "really disagrees" with the way Madonna and Angelina Jolie allow their children to be on camera all the time.

Somebody needs to have a talk with young Miley.

Let's review the facts. Miley Cyrus was born in 1992. Her first TV appearance was in 2001 on "Doc," a show that starred her father, Billy Ray Cyrus. That means she was 9 years old. She has since achieved massive success as the star of "Hannah Montana" on the Disney Channel, recorded a number of chart-topping songs and starred in movies. All of this activity, which started in her youth, has earned her almost a billion dollars.

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This CAN'T Be Possible, Can It?

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Monday, December 28, 2009

Another Reason Why FOX Beats the MSM,...

FOX gives you:

Julie Banderas

The MSM gives you:

Rachel Madcow

I post, you decide,.....

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Friday, December 25, 2009

That's Two, Barack!

DETROIT (Dec. 25) -- A Northwest Airlines passenger from Nigeria, who said he was acting on al-Qaida's instructions, set off an explosive device Friday in a failed terrorist attack on the plane as it was landing in Detroit, federal officials said.

Flight 253 with 278 passengers aboard was 20 minutes from the airport when it sounded like a firecracker had exploded, witnesses said. One passenger jumped over others and tried to subdue the man. Shortly afterward, the suspect was taken to a front row seat with his pants cut off and his legs burned.

The White House said it believed it was an attempted act of terrorism and stricter security measures were quickly imposed on airline travel, but were not specified.

More unfiltered updates here!

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Joy to the World! Peace Among All Mankind!

Wishing everyone a Merry CHRISTmas to enjoy with family, friends, co-workers and neighbors!!

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Thursday, December 24, 2009

A Remembrance of CHRISTmas Past,....

Imagine this: Scripture on television! Not ETWN, not CBN, nor the 700 Club, but on national, commercial TV. It didn't need to pass through 20 ACLU lawyers and the Supreme Court to be aired. Hundreds of sponsors weren't threatened with boycotts by simple-minded Hollyweird "celebs" and Leftifornian soccer moms. A simple 1 1/2 minutes of stating the obvious and moving along with the show.

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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The Biggest Argument AGAINST Healthcare Reform!

Celibacy in the face of a pro-abortion healthcare bill?? Only in the land of Obamamania!

And besides,..the lead blonde is Eva Amurri - daughter of uber-socialist Susan Sarandon. I wouldn't f**k you, either!

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Copenhagen Undone by a Simply Inconvenient Truth

Much of Europe continues to face transport problems because of freezing weather but some services have resumed.

More than 90 people have died across the Continent, 10 of them in a single day in Poland, where the winter death toll now stands at 79.

Air, rail and road transport has been severely disrupted.

But Eurostar resumed a limited service and flights restarted from Frankfurt airport - Europe's third-biggest - after it was closed overnight.

The disruption has come during the busy Christmas holiday season, affecting many people's travel plans.


Road traffic in the UK was severely disrupted, including the south-east where roads were gridlocked late on Monday after numerous crashes in heavy snowfall.

Major roads elsewhere in Europe were blocked after some regions had snowfall of up to 50cm (20in).

I'll say it again: Snow and cold? In December?? I'm SHOCKED!! I guess Algore isn't the green messiah Copenhagen thinks he is?

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The US Constitution: Harry Reid's Toilet Paper?

From Erick Erickson at Red State (by way of Atlas Shrugs):

If ever the people of the United States rise up and fight over passage of Obamacare, Harry Reid must be remembered as the man who sacrificed the dignity of his office for a few pieces of silver. The rules of fair play that have kept the basic integrity of the Republic alive have died with Harry Reid. Reid has slipped in a provision into the health care legislation prohibiting future Congresses from changing any regulations imposed on Americans by the Independent Medicare [note: originally referred to as "medical"] Advisory Boards, which are commonly called the “Death Panels.”

It was Reid leading the Democrats who ignored 200 years of Senate precedents to rule that Senator Sanders could withdraw his amendment while it was being read.

It was Reid leading the Democrats who has determined again and again over the past few days that hundreds of years of accumulated Senate parliamentary rulings have no bearing on the health care vote.

On December 21, 2009, however, Harry Reid sold out the Republic in toto.

Upon examination of Senator Harry Reid’s amendment to the health care legislation, Senators discovered section 3403. That section changes the rules of the United States Senate.

To change the rules of the United States Senate, there must be sixty-seven votes.

Section 3403 of Senator Harry Reid’s amendment requires that “it shall not be in order in the Senate or the House of Representatives to consider any bill, resolution, amendment, or conference report that would repeal or otherwise change this subsection.” The good news is that this only applies to one section of the Obamacare legislation. The bad news is that it applies to regulations imposed on doctors and patients by the Independent Medicare Advisory Boards a/k/a the Death Panels.

Here is the transcript of the exchange between Jim DeMint and the Senate President:

DEMINT: But, Mr. President, as the chair has confirmed, Rule 22, paragraph 2, of the standing rules of the Senate, states that on a measure or motion to amend the Senate rules, the necessary affirmative vote shall be two-thirds of the senators present and voting. Let me go to the bill before us, because buried deep within the over 2,000 pages of this bill, we find a rather substantial change to the standing rules of the Senate. It is section 3403 and it begins on page 1,000 of the Reid substitute. . . . These provisions not only amend certain rules, they waive certain rules and create entirely new rules out of whole cloth.”

The Senate President disagreed and said it was a change in procedure, not a change in rules, therefore the Senate precedent that a two-thirds vote is required to change the rules of the Senate does not apply.

Senator DeMint responded:

DEMINT: and so the language you see in this bill that specifically refers to a change in a rule is not a rule change, it’s a procedure change?

THE PRESIDING OFFICER: that is correct.

DEMINT: then i guess our rules mean nothing, do they, if they can re define them. thank you. and i do yield back.

THE PRESIDING OFFICER: the senate stands adjourned until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow.

That’s right. When confronted with the facts, the Senate Democrats ran for cover. The Senate Democrats are ignoring the constitution, the law, and their own rules to pass Obamacare.

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Has the Blogosphere Turned Upside Down?

Don't ask me how this happened, but,...

Somehow, my widely-ignored other blog, Republican SpyGlass is now the 20th Most Influential Blog in Pennsylvania??

AND the PaWaterCooler is in danger of dropping out of the Top 10???

No wonder it snowed in December!!

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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Dear Copenhagen,...

Does this LOOK like the kind of weather where you go out in shorts and suntan lotion? Snow,....in December,...imagine that, Algore!

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Friday, December 18, 2009

I Guess He'll Blame Bush for This, Too??

Iraq's government has ordered Iranian troops to withdraw from the oilfield which they have taken control of in southern Iraq, Reuters reported.

"Iraq demands the immediate withdrawal from well No. 4 and the Fakka oilfield, which belongs to Iraq. Iraq is looking for a peaceful and diplomatic settlement to this issue," said government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, according to Reuters.

Iranian troops crossed into Iraqi territory Thursday and seized an oil well that lies in a disputed area along the two countries' southern border, Iraq's deputy foreign minister said Friday.

Iran denied these claims, Reuters reported.

The Iraqi official, Mohammed Haj Mahmoud, said Iranian troops seized oil well No. 4 Thursday night in the al-Fakkah oil field, located about 200 miles southeast of Baghdad. The oil field is one of Iraq's largest.

The deputy foreign minister said he did not know whether the Iranians were still in control of the oil well.

In Washington, a U.S. official said that although Iranians had crossed the border before, they had not previously ventured this far.

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This is Just Disgusting!

But it happened in Californistan,..should we be surprised??

Christmas Display Showing Jesus Murdering Santa Under Fire in California

A California neighborhood reportedly is up in arms after a resident decorated his lawn with a depiction of Jesus shooting Santa Claus.

The controversial Christmas display shows Jesus pointing a double-barrel shotgun at Santa's dead body as Rudolph lays sprawled across the hood of a pickup truck nearby, WNCT reported.

Neighbors in Nipomo, Calif., called for the display to be removed, but its maker Ron Lake called it a work of art — in which Santa represents the commercialization of Christmas, the station reported.

"It's an expression of my repressed creativity," Lake told WNCT.

Police said that because Lake built the display on private property they cannot force him to take it down. Some residents plan to start a petition, the station reported.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Convienent Truths Clouding Gore's Credibility?

"It's not the heat from reporters' questions making me sweat, it's global warming, I tell ya,..."

The former vice president said new research showed that the Arctic could be completely ice-free in five years, but the scientist his estimate was based on denies the timeline.

There are many kinds of truth. Al Gore was hit by an inconvenient one yesterday.

The former vice president, who became an unlikely figurehead for the green movement after narrating the Oscar-winning documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," became entangled in a new climate change row.

Gore, speaking at the Copenhagen climate change summit, stated the latest research showed that the Arctic could be completely ice-free in five years.

In his speech, Gore told the conference: "These figures are fresh. Some of the models suggest to Dr. [Wieslav] Maslowski that there is a 75 percent chance that the entire north polar ice cap, during the summer months, could be completely ice-free within five to seven years."

However, the climatologist whose work Gore was relying upon dropped the former vice president in the water with an icy blast.

"It's unclear to me how this figure was arrived at," Dr. Maslowski said. "I would never try to estimate likelihood at anything as exact as this."

Gore's office later admitted that the 75 percent figure was one used by Dr. Maslowski as a "ballpark figure" several years ago in a conversation with Gore.

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Monday, December 14, 2009

Wither the ACLU?

The Revs (Jesse and Al) also silent on this one:

More than 100 people rallied yesterday in support of Asian students beaten at South Philadelphia High School earlier this month.

Students and community members of all races gathered at the Arch Street United Methodist Church to tell the roughly 30 Asian students attacked during and after school that they applauded their bravery.

The event was held by Asian Americans United to "show the students they are not alone and that there is a broad community of people who care about them and all of the students at the school," according to organizers.

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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Behind the Smoke & Mirrors of O's Plans,...

This is my first post for AOL Real Estate. I am honored to be part of the new AOL.

But if this is AOL Real Estate, why then am I writing about jobs? Because employment growth is key to ending the real estate depression (yes, depression) we have all been suffering through for more than a year. The key to real estate recovery is more jobs, simple as that. And unfortunately, according to my friends who attended this week's White House Jobs Summit, we can expect little to no real help on jobs from the Obama Administration.

This White House event was a sham, a photo opp meant solely to influence public opinion without actually doing anything, according to attendees. This can be seen, for example, in the coverage by USA Today, which proudly quoted statements by the President about what had been accomplished in the sessions, yet USA Today said their interview took place two hours before the event even started.

Read on, folks,..it gets better (or worse!)

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Clean Our House Before the White House?

So ponders Erick Erickson:

Yesterday, in an interview with the St. Petersburg Times, I said in 2010 one of my big targets is the GOP establishment. Yep. It’s being characterized as a civil war. I prefer to think of it as a coup. It is time for the grassroots to take back the party. If a fight is necessary, I’m game for that.

While I was away from my computer most of the day, that statement kind of exploded yesterday.

But what do I mean? It’s pretty simple.

The media narrative every time Republicans lose is not that Republicans lose, but that conservatives lose. Without fail, every election cycle, made worse by John McCain being the 2008 nominee, is that conservatives cannot win. In 2008, the narrative was that conservatives cannot even make it out of the GOP primary.

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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Philadelphia: Broke AND on Elevated Terrorism List. Coincidence?

Philadelphia, December 8 – Philadelphia has been elevated from a Tier 2 Urban Area to a Tier 1 Urban Area as part of the Department of Homeland Security Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) grant program for fiscal year 2010. UASI grant funds are used to address the unique multi-discipline planning, operations, equipment, training and exercise needs of high-threat, high-density urban areas, and help them prevent, protect against, respond to and recover from acts of terrorism. The new designation will provide millions of dollars in additional grant funding. In fiscal year 2008, the Philadelphia Urban Area received approximately $18 million in Homeland Security Grant Program funds.

“We are pleased that the Department of Homeland Security has recognized the strategic importance of Philadelphia,” Mayor Michael A. Nutter said. “This new designation will allow Philadelphians to be better protected if and when an emergency strikes.”

Is it just me, or does this elevation, coming a day after Mayor Squidward went to DC with hat in hand, smell suspicious?

And this is a city that deactivated nearly a dozen fire companies it can't afford to maintain, but wants to be "better protected if and when an emergency strikes?" How about using that shiny, new grant money to re-open those firehouses and give them more state-of-the-art apparatus?

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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Yo, Tiger,..Just How Big IS That 9-Iron?

Less than two weeks after Tiger Woods' Thanksgiving weekend car crash outside his home, 10 women have been alleged to have had affairs with the married golf legend.

Woods may be laying low – even skipping out on his own charity golf tournament this weekend – but it has not slowed the tarnishing of his once spotless public image, as bikini models, pancake house waitresses and reality show contestants come forward to reveal what they say are details of Woods' infidelities.

The VERY definition of "stupid:" You scare the pants off of grown men by swinging a club in a big park, you make millions, you're married to this:

And you STILL manage to f**k things up because you can't keep your pants zipped?



Don't Blame Me, I Voted for McCain!

States that voted for President Obama in 2008 are now among the worst hit by the recession, which could spell trouble for Democrats who were hoping to ride his coattails in 2010.

States that voted for President Obama in 2008 are now among the worst hit by the recession, which could spell trouble for Democrats who were hoping to ride his coattails in 2010.

Data released Friday showed that employers shed fewer jobs in November than in October, and the jobless rate dipped to 10 percent from 10.2 percent. That figure, while still high, gave the Obama administration some needed relief amid increasing public pressure to stem unemployment.

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Saturday, December 05, 2009

My Kind of Game!!

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Tony Pike's 29-yard touchdown pass to Armon Binns with 33 seconds left finished No. 5 Cincinnati's comeback from a 21-point deficit, and the Bearcats beat No. 14 Pittsburgh 45-44 on Saturday to secure a BCS berth and their second straight Big East title.

Mind you, I didn't have any skin in this game. I don't really have any favorites at the college level.

But this was just good, old-fashioned college football: two working-class teams duke-ing it out in the cold, muddy, snow. The end was gut-wrenching! Hopes were dashing and elevated simultaneously in one swift kick.

And it involved two teams that aren't part of the self-important appointed elite of the Division 1-A (yeah,..gotta love that well-played Texas-Nebraska game! I thought Fat Andy Reid had clock management issues!)

Oh, well,..now we get inundated with a seemingly endless parade of "bowl" games full of 6-6 wannabees! You know, once upon a time, 6-6 got you a pat on the back and a "better luck next year!" WTF? But that's a rant for another upcoming day!

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Comings and Goings,....


PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies brought back an old friend to give their lineup a fresh look in 2010.

They announced Thursday that Placido Polanco has signed a three-year, $18 million contract to play third base.

"I always wanted to be here," Polanco said. "I never wanted to leave."

Polanco joined the Phillies in 2002, when they traded Scott Rolen to the Cardinals. He left in '05, when the Phils traded him to the Tigers for Ugueth Urbina and Ramon Martinez.

Polanco is back because the Phils declined the $5.5 million club option on Pedro Feliz, who played third base the previous two seasons in Philadelphia. In a free-agent market that included Chone Figgins, Adrian Beltre, Mark DeRosa and Miguel Tejada, the Phillies focused on Polanco, DeRosa and Beltre, before pushing hard for Polanco.

and Goodbye,....

Paul Holmgren is a grizzled sort, but the Flyers general manager's eyes filled with tears last night as he described visiting with John Stevens earlier in the day at the Skate Zone in Voorhees.

"It was a hard walk for me today to walk to John's office. A hard walk," Holmgren said. "It might have been the hardest thing I've ever had to do."

What he did was fire Stevens, the gentlemanly coach whom detractors thought wasn't emotional enough - or tough enough - with his team. The Flyers, picked by the Hockey News to win the Stanley Cup in the preseason, are 13-11-1 and have lost six of their last seven. They have not scored in the last eight periods and have suffered back-to-back shutouts for the first time since 2003.

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Thursday, December 03, 2009


I don't know what I did right, but yesterday I had OVER 250 hits on my blog!! That's more than I get in a week!!

Whatever uber-blogger is hotlinking me,...THANKS!

BTW, here's a great song, courtesy of fellow Philly blogger Captain America:

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Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Speaking of Liars,...


The director of the embattled Climatic Research Unit (CRU) in the United Kingdom is stepping down pending an investigation into allegations that he overstated the case for man-made climate change.

In a statement posted to its Web site, the University of East Anglia says Phil Jones will relinquish his position until the completion of an independent review into allegations that he worked to alter the way in which global temperature data was presented.

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President Obama, in a speech that could define the rest of his presidency, announced Tuesday that he was sending 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan with plans to start withdrawing them in July 2011, a move intended to appease the military, a war-weary public, and anti-war liberals.

President Obama, in a speech Tuesday that could define the rest of his presidency, laid out his plan to quickly send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan to revive the struggling war effort while setting a preliminary timeline for withdrawal -- aiming to start handing over security roles to Afghan forces by July 2011.

"The status quo is unsustainable," Obama said as he outlined his case for a three-part strategy: more troops to bolster the military effort, a "civilian surge" to improve living conditions in the country and an increased focus on the United States' partnership with Pakistan.

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Seattle police shot and killed the fugitive suspected of gunning down four officers in a suburban coffee shop, a sheriff's spokesman said Tuesday.

Maurice Clemmons was shot to death after a "very alert patrol officer" tracked down a stolen vehicle linked to him, Ed Troyer, a spokesman for the Pierce County sheriff, told Fox News.

Clemmons, 37, is suspected of murdering the four Lakewood police officers at a cafe Sunday morning in Parkland, a Tacoma suburb about 35 miles south of Seattle.

He was killed in a working-class neighborhood after police found him with the help of information about possible hiding spots, Troyer said.

"Shots were fired," Troyer told "Fox & Friends" Tuesday. "We're very happy that the Seattle police officer is OK. ... This could have turned out a lot worse."

Apparently, being scum runs in the family, too,....

More arrests are coming, Troyer vowed.

"We're also looking at family members who aided and abetted in his escape," he told reporters. "They did everything they could to hamper our investigation. We expect to have six to seven people in custody by day's end."

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