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Happy Mother’s Day 2018 From The Dreamin’ Demon

HERE, NOW – Well it has been another year of mothers who have behaved extremely badly.

Since it is Mother’s Day, I made a quick summary of women we have reported on over the last year who probably won’t be getting any Happy Mother’s Day cards.

As for the women out there who read the site who have not managed to purposefully injure or murder their children, no matter how hard that may have been at times, congratulations.

I hope your kids have shown you their appreciation.

If they haven’t, you definitely have mine even if you are limiting the number of stories I can post.

So without further ado, here are 22 women who failed miserably at being a Mom.

I have only included the women who are still alive, and not the one’s who saved taxpayers some money.

Jaye Hadley – killed her 5-year-old son by beating him with a shoe and bashing his head on the floor.

Teri Lee Sanchez – Pimped out her daughter to pedophiles in exchange for cash and prizes.

Morgan Summerlin – Pimped out two daughters to pedophiles in exchange for cash and prizes.

Asia Beach – Left her severely disabled daughter in the back of a stranger’s pickup truck then wandered a couple blocks away “attempting to break into neighboring houses and vehicles.”

Hanane Mouhib – Dcapitated her 7-year-old son with a kitchen knife 10 days after being released from a psychiatric hospital

Katrina Shangreaux – pleaded guilty to beating beating her 2-year-old child to death because they wet the bed.

Tori Lee Castillo – Locked her two young children in the trunk of her car as she went shopping inside Wal-mart.

Erica Shryock – Arrested after her 15-day-old baby suffered at least 100 rat bites, including a bite so severe you could see the infant’s skull.

Shontrell Murphy – Repeatedly hit her young son after he made a Mother’s Day card for his grandmother but not for her.

Lovily Johnson – Accused of letting her infant starve to death as he sat strapped in a car seat inside her apartment.

Dijanelle Fowler – Taught her one-year-old daughter how to cook after leaving her in a hot car for six hours while she got her hair did.

Isabel Cartuno Martinez – Stabbed her four young children to death, along with her husband.

Tara Gotovnik – Accused of drugging and sexually assaulting her 10-year-old son.

Keri Harwood – Videotaped herself molesting her two children multiple times in the bathroom of her home, then sold the videos to a man she met online.

Ashley Attson – Sentenced for killing her 17-month-old daughter by stranding her in the desert.

Jessica Briones – Charged after not calling for medical help for her dying 4-year-old daughter because she was low on minutes.

Unidentified – The unnamed woman in Brussels who police believe killed her two-year-old daughter by burning her alive on a charcoal grill.

Sarah Lockner – Tried flushing her newborn baby down a McDonald’s toilet where she worked.

Amelia DiStasio – Killed her autistic son by setting him on fire in a bathtub inside their apartment.

Heidy Rios – Accused of cracking her newborn’s skull by throwing the kid at his father during an argument.

Sarah HendersonFatally shot her two young daughters as they slept.

Alyssa Pettibone – Fatally shot her 2-year-old son to death before stabbing herself repeatedly in the neck.

And if that wasn’t enough horrible crap for you to read, here is Episode Zero of the Pulpit of Doom Livestream myself, Jaded and Pagan conducted last night. It was an unadvertised test as we have not used our Youtube Channel in forever, and never used it to livestream until last night.

What you see and hear is not necessarily how future livestreams will look or be conducted, it was just our first and we were testing things out live – as we usually do. The next one hasn’t been scheduled yet, but should be next Sunday at 10:00 pm eastern. Please be sure to subscribe.

This article was written by Morbid for The Dreamin Demon – the Internet’s self-appointed buzzkill.

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Seattle Center hosts Yu-Gi-Oh regional tournament

By: Patric Williamson

On May 5, Seattle Center hosted a Yu-Gi-Oh card game regional tournament which over 400 people attended in the hopes of being able to qualify for the 2018 Yu-Gi-Oh world championships. Players lined up outside the venue starting approximately an hour before the tournament was set to start, with the line being so long that it caused the event to start nearly an hour later than planned. After waiting another half hour the judges posted the lists of players who were facing off in the first round and all at once every player in the room stood up and shuffled around the event center in a chaotic mess, followed by the sound of hundreds of cards being shuffled simultaneously. Over the next seven hours, players fought in eight three game series against their opponents for a spot in the top bracket of players where they receive “Worlds Points,” which are used to gain an invitation to the world championships, free packs of cards from the latest set released, and a World Championship play mat.

Aside from some dramatic scenes such as players frantically scouting the event floor looking for lost decks and belongings, the event went as expected. Seven of the top eight players had decks which almost everyone expected to have won, the only real surprise came with the first place player who was using a deck called “Zefra” which is an archetype that hasn’t been taken seriously in over a year and never saw mainstream success within the Yu-Gi-Oh community until now.

A few players had less than good luck with regards to their plan for the tournament, one of the people who I attended the event with, Derek Chu, planned on topping the event but after an unfortunate start he ended up only winning three out of eight games and ultimately did the worst in our group. When asked about his experience during the tournament, Chu stated that “The heart of the cards just wasn’t on my side and the hands I drew were just bricks.” Bricking refers to the event where a Yu-Gi-Oh player draws their initial hand to play with and none of the cards in it can be used to make good plays. Similarly, in another tournament Bailey Myers, a former Bellevue College student, barely missed out on entering the top bracket of players attributing his loss to the fact that “Well my opponents are just better players because they drew better cards than I did.”

There is no confirmed date for the next regional qualifier in Seattle. However, the Yu-Gi-Oh World Championship 2018 is set to take place in Japan between Aug. 4 to 5, and the 200th Yu-Gi-Oh Championship series is taking place between Sept. 22 and 23 with locations including Columbus, Ohio, Mexico City, Mexico and Utrecht, Netherlands.

Source: Bellevue College: The Watchdog Newspaper

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Man Accused Of Shooting Teen Daughter’s Dogs For Not Doing Dishes

HARRAH, OK – A father has been accused of shooting his teenage daughter’s two dogs to death as punishment for her not doing the dishes.

According to reports, 35-year-old Jeffrey Don Edwards got mad at his 17-year-old daughter Tuesday night because she had not washed the dishes or cleaned the house.

After Edwards began throwing dishes, the teen called her mother and asked to be picked up. When the teen returned to Edwards’ home the next day she found blood all over the house.

She would also realize her two dogs, Jessica Dawn and Duck, were missing. When she asked her uncle about the blood and her missing dogs, he told her that her dad shot her dogs to punish her.

Investigators would follow tire tracks that led from the house into the woods and found the bodies of the two dogs about 100 yards from the home.

Edwards was arrested that night and charged with animal cruelty. He was released on Thursday after posting $10,000 bail. He has denied shooting the dogs, claiming he was at work at the time.

However, Edwards is going to have a tough time explaining why two clerks at a convenience store said he stopped in and told them “his house was dirty and he lost his temper then shot the dogs without remorse.”

Jessica Dawn and Duck

This article was written by Morbid for The Dreamin Demon – the Internet’s self-appointed buzzkill.

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Seattle’s new tiny house village for the homeless — women only


Whittier Heights Village will be the city’s eighth tiny house community, but the first that’s for only one gender.

Whittier Heights Village in Seattle

A collection of tiny houses is under construction to become Whittier Heights Village in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood, May 7, 2018. The village is scheduled to open May 31. (Photo by Matt M. McKnight/Crosscut)

A tiny, new community is taking shape within Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood with the aim of helping homeless women return to sheltered living.

Tucked between a bank’s parking lot and a four-story apartment complex off 15th Avenue Northwest, a nondescript fenced-off lot will soon be home to 16 “tiny houses,” capable of temporarily sheltering up to 20 women at a time.

The homes in what’s called Whittier Heights Village, north of 80th Street, are part of a growing trend in Seattle of using 100-square-foot structures to provide housing, security and stability to unsheltered people.

This tiny house village — funded through public and private donations — will be the eighth of its kind in Seattle but the first that will serve exclusively one gender.

“It’s a need in the community. There’s a lot of homeless women. Some of them feel more comfortable in a single-sex environment,” said Sharon Lee, executive director of the Low Income Housing Institute, an affordable housing developer that manages the city’s tiny house villages.

Lee said the village will welcome women who are mothers or are pregnant, seniors, veterans and same-sex female couples.

Whittier Heights Village should be completed by the end of this month, Lee said. Some of the first residents are already lined up.

Not only is the new tiny house community for women, it’s being built predominantly by women, too. Weekend work parties have drawn dozens of female volunteers skilled in trades — carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters and more, Lee said.

With an estimated 11,600 people homeless in King County and no sign of the problem abating, the tiny house trend is just one tool among many to gradually help people return to permanent housing. “The idea is to get people in a safe environment, so they’re no longer living in a tent or in a sleeping bag on the street,” Lee said.

Residents of the tiny house villages use them more as a temporary solution. They have a safe place to live while they work with an on-site social worker or case manager to receive needed services and eventually move into long-term or permanent housing.

Lee said it’s “so cost-effective” given Seattle’s shortage of affordable housing, and she said Seattle’s tiny house villages are a “proven model” that’s being replicated in other parts of Washington state and as far away as Denver, Colorado.

National advocacy groups dedicated to ending homeless say it’s hard to gauge how prevalent tiny home villages are nationwide. But, they say, there’s certainly a lot of talk about using them, and villages are popping up in some communities, particularly on the West Coast. “It’s a good alternative to unsheltered homelessness and also has the effect of connecting people with permanent housing; that’s fantastic,” said Tristia Bauman, senior attorney for the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty.

But one of the biggest knocks against the concept is its limited scale.

“While they’re good, they barely scratch the surface,” Bauman said.

Steve Berg, vice president of programs and policy for the National Alliance to End Homelessness, agreed: “A community with 50 tiny houses set up in the context of a place like Seattle where there are thousands [of homeless], it’s not going to have much impact unless people can come in and use that little bit of stability to jump to the next step — to an apartment or something else through rapid re-housing or subsidized housing.”

“Thirty days [for each resident to live in a tiny house] are really what communities are setting as their goal,” he continued. “Then you can help 12 people a year for every bed; it just multiplies the effect. If you don’t turn them over at all, you’re just going to help one person [a year for every bed].”

About 1,000 people are served over the course of a year by the 250 tiny homes that the Low Income Housing Institute oversees in Seattle, Lee said.

Berg and Bauman also noted the villages tend to be more effective when embraced by surrounding communities. But the concept of tiny homes for the homeless hasn’t come without controversy or criticism.

When Seattle gave its endorsement in recent years of “sanctioned encampments” such as these tiny house villages, some neighborhoods — including some residents in Ballard previously — rose up in protest, not wanting an authorized gathering of homeless people near their homes.

But Lee says the public reception to tiny house villages “has gotten much better.”

“It’s something that’s captured people’s interest because when you think about a neighborhood, people respond so much more positively to neighbors living in tiny houses than neighbors living in tents,” she said. “When people say ‘we don’t want you in our neighborhood,’ we say, go visit one of the villages. We have people visit and talk to the residents and meet them and see how secure they are.”

Seven of Seattle’s eight villages, including Whittier Heights, are on city-owned property, Lee said, which triggers a requirement for a “community advisory committee” of various local stakeholders who oversee the village. The villages are secure, with a gatehouse and a sign-in requirement for guests. Residents take turns with chores, like litter pick-up and kitchen duty.

Lee said: “It’s an organized village; people who are here feel secure.”

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Ballard New Seasons Protest Rally Pictures!!!

The Protest at the Grand Opening for Ballard New Seasons went great. Seems everyone got the message that New Seasons need to improve or get the fuck out of Seattle.


Here some Photos:

Ballard New Season Store

Ballard New Season Store Grand Opening


bike storage

Nice to have a bike storage for employees but New Season should do more than that!


On left Is me, Nathan aka Internetking


It is me, Nathan aka Internetking showing off the sign “They Hired Trump Union Busters”


This what I wrote about Ballard New Seasons


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Man Accused Of Trying To “Barbecue” Sex Offenders At Florida Motel

KISSIMMEE, FL – A man is facing attempted murder charges after he admitted to trying to set several sex offenders on fire at a Florida motel.

According to police, 50-year-old Jorge Porto-Sierra arrived at the Friendly Village Inn with a plan to light up one of the rooms where four men were staying — two of which are registered sex offenders.

Witnesses said Porto-Sierra rammed the men’s car and poured gas on it while making several threats.

“I’m going to kill you, child molester,” he was reportedly screaming while throwing gasoline on the door of the men’s room. He also broke out the front window and poured gas into the men’s room.

When police arrived, Porto-Sierra had not set the gasoline on fire and he was taken into custody.

When questioned, Porto-Sierra admitted that he showed up at the motel to “barbecue all the child molesters on fire and kill them.”

Asked why he didn’t carry out his plan, Porto-Sierra simply replied: “You got here too soon.”

Porto-Sierra was arrested and has been charged with four counts of attempted premeditated murder. He’s currently being held at the Osceola County Jail without bond.

If he were to go to trial and I was on the jury, I’d let him go with time served and make him pay for damages to the motel — but only if he is related to a victim of one the sex offenders.

Otherwise, I’d have to throw out emotional distress or temporary insanity and treat him like any other idiot who put innocent lives in danger.

While I do enjoy the justified vigilante stories we have reported on over the years (like this one and this one), I am not a fan of vigilantism as an accepted practice.

The average American can’t point out foreign countries on a globe or operate a motor vehicle correctly — and I’m supposed to be comfortable with them playing judge, jury, and executioner? lol! Yeah, no.

This article was written by Morbid for The Dreamin Demon – the Internet’s self-appointed buzzkill.

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Mom Pleads Guilty To Letting Men Rape Her Little Girls For Cash

ATLANTA, GA – A mother has pleaded guilty to pimping out her two daughters – ages 5 and 6 – to men in exchange for cash and drugs.

Last April, the two girls were living with temporary legal guardians after their mother, 25-year-old Morgan Summerlin, was placed in jail.

The girls told the adults that their mother would routinely take them to men who would sexually assault and rape them.

One of the men they called “Pop,” later identified as 78-year-old Richard Office, was the man who gave Summerlin drugs.

The girls said Office touched their private parts and “humped” the 5-year-old girl, causing her to bleed from her vaginal area.

In another incident, they said their mother waited in the living room of Office’s home while Office tongue-kissed both girls in his bedroom and raped the younger sister while the older sister rubbed his feet.

When he was finished he gave the girls one-hundred dollars that was immediately taken from them by their mother.

The girls said their mom also brought them to to the home of Alfredo Trejo, who also raped and molested the girls. Trejo also paid the girls for their services and, as usual, that money went right into their pimp’s mother’s pocket.

Richard “Pops” Office

On Friday, Summerlin entered a guilty plea for rape and trafficking a person for sexual servitude, cruelty to children and enticing a child for indecent purposes. She will be sentenced on June 4th.

“It is difficult to imagine facts that are more horrific than those found in this case,” said Chief Senior Assistant District Attorney Irina Khasin. “I am hoping these two little girls can somehow survive this abuse and grow into healthy adults who can lead a productive and fulfilling life.”

The girls’ grandmother, Teresa Davidson, is already in jail after pleading guilty to cruelty to children for not protecting the girls. They had told her that their mother was letting men sexually abuse them and she did absolutely nothing to stop it. She is serving four years.

As for Office, he will die in prison. He was sentenced to life behind bars without parole after being found guilty on May 1st on charges of rape, child molestation, trafficking a person for sexual servitude, enticing a child for indecent purposes, and sexual battery.

Trejo faired a little better. He was found guilty on charges that pretty much mirrored Office’s. He will serve 25 years behind bars and the rest of his life on probation.

This article was written by Morbid for The Dreamin Demon – the Internet’s self-appointed buzzkill.

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Bellevue College OIE hosts International Night

Bellevue College is well-known for its great curriculum, placing it as the third-largest institution of higher education overall in Washington State. But BC is also known for its social, cultural life and its promotion of diversity as well as overall inclusion.

While focusing on offering local and international students a higher education in preparation to university or a career pathway, Bellevue College along with the Office of International Education, also known as OIE, creates recreational programs where students can add a touch of their culture into the campus. Among the numerous events often organized by different student clubs, the International Night is one of the BC’s longest traditions and biggest cultural event for the whole academic year.

The OIE has planned the event this year six months prior to the date and has been looking for talents among enrolled students. The International Night poster highlighted that “this event is put together entirely by our international and local students to showcase their cultural heritage.” E-mail notifications had also been sent as reminders to ensure a great presence of the public for the success of the night.

On Saturday April 28, the cafeteria of Bellevue College has been transformed into a dreamy restaurant buffet animated with live performances. Right at the beginning, the guests were invited to join the line for the catering service.

Staying consistent with the international theme, the food was favored with a combination of diverse cuisine. There were foods such as hummus from the Mediterranean, tofu from Asia and the famous American cookies that we all enjoyed being served as dessert. While dining in the atmosphere that evening, the scheduled performances from various cultures began.
A Chinese couple opened the show performing an acoustic guitar. Following this, were two students showing their best dance moves through the beat of K-pop music.

A couple of Japanese students shared a song that is considered as a graduation anthem in Japan. This beautiful euphony performed in Japanese language had a slow melody which would make anyone feel melancholy.

Then came the most anticipated part of the event, the fashion show. Students from different countries including China, Bulgaria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia and India were walking on the stage in their traditional and modern attires.

As they were showcasing their outfits, the master of ceremony was explaning the different occasions in which the costumes are wore and their assimilation to social status. The runway was rich with colors and styles, and the audience was very receptive and amazed by the unique aspect of each performances.

In addition to the fashion show were several styles of dance, including Taiko, a Persian love song, and a Japanese choral. Besides the performances were two photo booths available for everyone who wanted to make this moment memorable through selfies.

The International Night performances were described as modern and traditional, popular and rare, soft and beautiful and loud and powerful. Indeed, attending International Night was a live opportunity to learn from several cultures by having fun. It is in fact a way to improve cultural knowledge, social interaction and being aware that there is absolutely unity in diversity.
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Source: Bellevue College: The Watchdog Newspaper

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