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sarongsong
2005-Dec-17, 03:09 AM
December 16, 2005 (http://starbulletin.com/2005/12/16/news/story05.html)
"..."DOG, THE BOUNTY HUNTER" is...A&E's highest-rated series ever..."

Enzp
2005-Dec-17, 07:08 AM
BOUNTY, THE QUICKER PICKER UPPER.

That guy is ludicrous alright.

Candy
2005-Dec-17, 07:21 AM
The show reminds me of "family", so I avoid it. :lol:

Laminal Cockroach
2005-Dec-17, 10:21 AM
The show reminds me of "family", so I avoid it. :lol:
What? Your own family? :think:

Candy
2005-Dec-17, 05:12 PM
What? Your own family? :think:
On my mother's side, the majority have the same hair and clothing style.

sarongsong
2005-Dec-17, 07:57 PM
Image (http://starbulletin.com/2003/07/03/news/art2b.jpg)

Candy
2005-Dec-18, 05:11 AM
Thanks for bringing back memories. :lol:

sarongsong
2006-May-23, 05:39 PM
May 22, 2006

'Bounty Hunter' is captured... Star-Bulletin (http://starbulletin.com/2006/05/22/features/story02.html)

Sammy
2006-May-23, 10:35 PM
To each his/her own. I think it's a good match.

And this is just one of the many that all "reality" TV shows are banned from contaminating my TV.

sarongsong
2006-Sep-14, 08:35 PM
Uh-oh; this time really captured:
September 14, 2006
... U.S. officials have arrested TV reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman and two family members in Hawaii for extradition to Mexico... NBC 10 (http://www.nbc10.com/news/9850095/detail.html?rss=phi&psp=newsDog)

Doodler
2006-Sep-14, 08:40 PM
Why am I not surprised one of the most criminally corrupted governments in world history bans bounty hunting? Its like Australia in reverse. Instead of a penal colony becoming a legitimate nation, a colonial nation turned into a criminal retreat.

FYI: I should admit, I like this show. And this seems like a real cheap shot.

BigDon
2006-Sep-14, 09:24 PM
Just look up the Ciudad Juárez killings on google. 400 women murdered since 93. You have to have police complicity simply because that many dead women would leave a staggering amount of physical evidence. My police friends totally agree with me.

Gillianren
2006-Sep-14, 11:41 PM
I still think the restrictions on bounty hunting in the US should be stricter. (Though I've only ever met one personally; he used to sit next to me in the Tacoma Public Library and look people up online.)

Doodler
2006-Sep-15, 10:20 PM
I knew a guy who used to Bounty Hunt by running IDs on drunks stumbling out of a local bar. He'd run their IDs after they showed them to him on some premise or another, and there were usually a few wanted on something somewhere.

Made a nice little side job out of it.

sarongsong
2006-Sep-16, 10:22 PM
When looks count...
September 16, 2006
A federal magistrate judge let the "Dog" out yesterday...to home detention on $300,000 bail...[Judge Barry] Kurren ruled the Chapmans did not pose a flight risk. "Just look at him...there's no way he can elude capture if he attempts to flee,"... Star-Bulletin (http://starbulletin.com/2006/09/16/news/story01.html)

The Supreme Canuck
2006-Sep-16, 10:40 PM
He was after a serial rapist in Mexico when he was charged, wasn't he? Got him, too. Say what you will, but that was a job well-done.

sarongsong
2006-Sep-16, 10:56 PM
Yup, and Mexico took 3 years to prosecute---mordida is what it seems to be all about.