The Carl Cephas and Willy Fitchsnizzle Show

Where the unknown logic of time and space dances before your very eyes.

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

In the bush.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Happy New Year, I guess

Sunday, August 22, 2010

same old song

Monday, May 03, 2010

These are the mad skilz of the unemployed

I applied and applied, but I was still denied unemployment.

Friday, March 19, 2010

What the....

Arraignment hearing set for man accused of sexual crimes

By Matthew Kent
Staff Writer
Originally published March 17, 2010
FORSYTH — A Ridgedale man who allegedly exposed himself to children two months ago will appear in court Thursday morning for an arraignment hearing.

Timothy Flood, 46, is charged with statutory sodomy, attempted statutory sodomy and sexual misconduct.

According to a warrant application filed by the Taney County Sheriff’s Office, an interview was conducted with the victims at the Lakes Area Child Advocacy Center in Branson West.

They said that Flood “pulled down his blue boxer shorts, exposed his penis to them and told them they better be glad they don’t have ‘these’ (testicles) because they itch all the time.”

In many areas of the court document, it was redacted to protect the victims’ identities.

The warrant application also stated that Flood had placed a squirrel’s skull “on the head of his penis and tells them to look at it and then eats the squirrel’s eyeballs.”

Flood allegedly told the victims that he was going to “bounce this on top of their heads” and tried to hit one of them in the head with his penis three times, according to the document.

His bond was set at $150,000 cash or surety and remains incarcerated in the Taney County Jail.

Flood appeared in court earlier this month in an orange jumpsuit and waived his preliminary hearing.

Flood’s arraignment is set for 10 a.m. before Circuit Judge Mark Orr.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Creepy.....just plain creepy.

They said that a man seeded a sheep and produced this. They killed sheep and the offspring died later. The man is unknown.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

mags of fire

I was waiting for a bus in G'town a few months ago I spotted smoke coming out of the magazine rack. I tapped on the glass, alerting the staff who
went to work trying to put out the smoke.