The KNS reports that a sting ending at 6 am in the Magnolia area caught eleven “criminals”. Apparently ten women and one man were engaged in swapping services one party was willing to provide for money the other party was willing to pay.
Stay tuned to the KNS. I’m sure they’ll have a follow up story once the victims of these crimes are found and identified.
In (somewhat) related news, the former Highway Patrolman involved in the Barbie Cummings traffic stop is under further investigation for other traffic stops he made involving women. Not sure if they are looking for evidence of him disposing of drugs or receiving sexual favors from the women he has stopped. Based on the photo I saw of him, I’d say the former is more likely than the latter.
Again, they should let this die. Cummings herself says there was no exchange of services involved and he still gave her the ticket. The guy has already been fired, and I think that’s enough–not because of what he did, but because he was stupid enough to tell everybody about it. We should expect our Highway Patrolmen to be at least a tad bit brighter than former presidents.
All I can say is that it is really nice to own a property that is right across the street from a $40M mansion. Hopefully this will be taken into account when I put my condo on the market this month. I can just hear my real estate agent now explaining what a bargain my place is compared to the other homes in the neighborhood.
Sorry. This house just doesn’t make sense in Knoxville. I mean, I LOVE living in Knoxville and East Tennessee, but if I ever live in a $40M home it will be on a beach in Hawaii, not on a dirty lake in Knoxville.
The big spider on the wall at Halloween is cool though. 😉
So it’s not just me. Other bloggers in Knoxville are being bombarded with Barbie traffic as well.
Joe Powell :
An insatiable desire to find Hitleresque cat pics and porn doesn’t exactly boost my overall optimism in web-aware humans. It makes me wonder if there is some nefarious site of Hitler Porn which gathers billions of readers.)
I wouldn’t doubt it.Â I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll end up saying it again…
Blogging is a lot like having a yard sale. The only thing more amazing that what people are completely uninterested in buying is what they are interested in buying.
It’s odd that this latest KNS article releases her real name (it’s Justis Ellen Richert by the way). It’s odd that in their first article they stated that she asked not to be named out of safety concerns–not sure who she was afraid of, or whether she’s okay with it at this point, but the cat’s out of the bag now.
The officer, James Randy Moss, has been fired and may face criminal charges for destroying the drugs she had on her. Continue reading “The Barbie Cummings Saga Continues”
And I thought Ron Paul was popular on the web…
Sorry to those of you who came to the site (ours) and found it gone. We had some bandwidth issues early this morning due to high traffic. Everything should be smooth now.
It looks like Ms. Cummings’ site has either been purchased (very possible), replaced by her provider, or she has decided to change careers and start Continue reading “Update on Barbie Cummings”
Could it be the title of her next movie?
Barbie Cummings is a clever, clever girl.
The porn star based out of Knoxville was pulled over by a Tennessee Highway Patrolman outside of Nashville and engaged in an exchange of favors with the officer. Actually, she still got the ticket, so there actually wasn’t an exchange.
This genius took photos and videos and bragged to his fellow patrolmen about it and has subsequently been suspended. All Barbie did was write about it on her blog.
Very clever. Hope all of you SEO masters are paying attention. This is TRUE viral marketing. The story has caused such a stir in Tennessee and presumably created so much traffic to her blog that it, ahem, went down last night.
No worries, they got it up again. 🙂 I was able to go there and do some fact checking. Don’t visit it from the office, but if you want to see free speech in action, it’s worth a look.
Maybe you’ll read it, maybe you won’t, but this girl is lucky that my friend BGE no longer lives in Knoxville. Their lives are about as parallel as the two rails of a train track. If they ever cross, look out!
Story about the incident in the KNS
Obviously, demand for information is high. Subscribe to this feed and I’ll update with news…
I just checked out her site to see if there were any updates since this story went national. Apparently she either got a nice offer for her domain name or she’s put her own Barbie store on her site. I’d guess the former. Unfortunate for all of you who were looking to get a firsthand look/read. I’m sure her site will surface again at a new address. Stay tuned.
Well, I’ve complained a couple of times that parents have every right to be angry with the Knox County school board, but they are mad about the wrong thing.Â The quality of even the best schools in the county aren’t where they should be, especially with the amount of money spent every year.
Maybe this will light a fire under the taxpayers to hold the schools more accountable.Â I doubt it, but maybe.
WHAT?!?!!? Wasn’t it the threat of a property tax increase the used to strongarm the public into voting to approve the doubling of the wheel tax a couple of years ago?!?!!? By the way, that money was supposed to go for the new downtown library. If you haven’t been, take a trip downtown and check it out. It is truly a beautiful building. And the books–you’ve never seen books such as these.
Here’s my favorite quote from the KNS story:
“We’ve had very solid economic growth, but I don’t think anybody anticipated the impact of the pension plan on the budget,” the mayor said.
Actually, I think there were quite a few of us who anticipated this impact. That’s why we voted against it! I don’t need access to the accounting records of the county to know that spending a ton of money that wasn’t spent previously is going to impact a budget.
Now we are hearing the other side of the issue, from parents who are supportive of the rezoning efforts.Â Most of these supporters realize that someone has to be moved, and although it may be a tough pill to swallow, it has to be accepted.Â School board chairwoman Karen Carson is encouraged, and looks forward to moving ahead:
“We have other issues that we’ve got to start addressing, like the budget, the superintendent search and academics,” she said.
Wow!Â As soon as the rezoning issue is resolved, academics will crack the top 3 of the school board’s priorities!!!Â I may have to rethink my position that public schools are horribly ineffective and a waste of tax dollars.
This is what happens when customers are not satisfied with a product…they choose a different supplier.Â Unfortunately, Knox County residents will still be forced to pay the provider for a defective product they aren’t even using.
Â As stated by rocketsquirrelÂ on rocketsquirrel on KnoxViews:
Perhaps the School Board and the Administration need to look in the mirror and explain why it is losing so many students to private schools and home schooling. Perhaps it has to do with service and quality.