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This is a discussion on Snapshot of the day within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Sinister When a lady comes over... tell me how that goes for you It's 'body art'....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinister View Post
    When a lady comes over... tell me how that goes for you
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    Hi guys, I don't post much as you can probably tell from my post count, but I want to share this photo I took when I was at the Seattle waterfront the other day. Slight vintage effect.




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    Quote Originally Posted by IRPDR View Post
    Hi guys, I don't post much as you can probably tell from my post count, but I want to share this photo I took when I was at the Seattle waterfront the other day. Slight vintage effect.



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    Red Rock Canyon in NV. Very beautiful area with plenty of scenic hiking and bicycle trails. Took this picture about 4 days before I left. I really miss the South West...
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    rockstar needs more cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    rockstar needs more cameras.
    Saw your new avatar picture. I'm assuming it is in mourning of Trooper Cusack. Did you know him, or friends and family? Rest in peace brother.
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    Actually, this:
    Source: Dallas police chief's son killed Lancaster officer

    12:55 PM CDT on Monday, June 21, 2010

    By TANYA EISERER and SCOTT GOLDSTEIN / The Dallas Morning News


    LANCASTER – The son of Dallas Police Chief David Brown killed a Lancaster police officer and another man during a Sunday melee that left three people dead, according to a

    law enforcement official.


    David Brown Jr., 27, was himself shot and killed by officers, according to the official.

    A law enforcement source who is familiar with the case and who asked that he not be identified said Brown had been behaving erratically at the apartment complex where the

    shootings occurred, in the 900 block of River Bend Drive near West Pleasant Run Road in southern Dallas County.

    Wearing boxers, sunglasses and no shoes, Brown apparently killed a man who had just pulled into the complex in his car with his wife and children.

    A short time later, he shot and killed Craig Shaw, a five-year veteran of the Lancaster police force who was the first officer called to the scene.

    "This community has lost a good officer, a very good officer. We are heartbroken," Lancaster Police Chief Keith Humphrey said.

    Shaw, 37, a father of two, was the first Lancaster officer fatally shot in the line of duty.

    The other man who was killed was 23-year-old Jeremy Jontae McMillan, according to the Dallas County medical examiner's office.

    The law enforcement official who has knowledge of the case said that about 5:40 p.m., a car driven by McMillian pulled into a parking lot at the complex.



    McMillian, a family man with two jobs and no criminal history, was accompanied by his wife, an infant and another small child. They were headed to his sister’s house for

    Father’s Day dinner.

    It is unclear whether McMillian knew Brown.

    A man later identified as Brown approached the driver’s side and fired a couple of rounds, striking McMillian in the neck and head. The gunman fired several times more at

    the driver’s side of the car, narrowly missing McMillian’s wife and children.

    Brown stalked back and forth to his apartment at least two times, getting in and out of cars, before retrieving a rifle out of the trunk of a Dodge Stratus then getting

    into the Stratus.


    As sirens began to sound with the approach of police, and as bystanders were yelling and screaming, he backed the car out and began to leave the apartment complex.

    Shaw, the first officer there, tried to stop Stratus after witnesses told him the shooter was driving away, the law enforcement source said.

    Brown then stopped, got out of his car, and fired at the officer’s car.

    Shaw returned fire, firing many rounds.

    It is not clear if Brown was hit at that point, the law enforcement source said. Brown then got back in the car and began firing again from inside the vehicle.

    Shaw was hit in the head.

    Other officers, who by then had arrived on the scene, returned fire, striking the Brown repeatedly. He died at the scene.

    "Officers responded to the apartment complex and started looking for the shooter," Kim Leach, a Dallas County sheriff's department spokeswoman, said earlier. "At the time,

    the suspect turned and shot one of the officers, killing him. Another officer returned fire at the suspect and shot and killed him."

    Earlier in the day, there had been a call regarding Brown causing a disturbance at the swimming pool at the complex.

    Humphrey said Shaw was one of the top-rated officers in his department, a "well-liked, very caring, very giving, selfless, hard worker … [who] lost his life defending the

    citizens of Lancaster."

    Witnesses described a chaotic and confusing scene.

    "I just heard lots of quick shots – you know, like, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, you know – that's all I heard," said River Bend apartments resident Pat

    Miles. "I jumped down on the floor."

    Throughout the evening, dozens of area residents remained gathered beyond crime scene tape. Officers were seen embracing one another at the scene.

    There appeared to be three crime scenes in different areas of the apartment complex. At one scene, a vehicle was covered in blue tarp and an unmarked police car could be

    seen a short distance away.

    A second scene, near the swimming pool, appeared focused on a red sport utility vehicle. The third scene, at the rear of the complex, was centered on a white four-door

    vehicle that appeared to have crashed next to a Dumpster.

    Officers from several area police departments were assisting in the investigation.

    Chief Brown could not be reached. First Assistant Chief Charlie Cato, Brown's second in command, confirmed the death in a prepared statement, which he read late Sunday

    night at Dallas police headquarters.

    The chief said in an interview earlier this year that he was proud of the way his son, also a father, grew after a 2003 incident where he was arrested on suspicion of

    selling marijuana.

    "I'm much more impressed when you make mistakes, how you respond to it," Brown said in May.

    At the time, he said his son was gainfully employed.
    900 block River Bend Drive

    For Brown, the death of his only son on Father's Day is the latest in a line of personal tragedies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    rockstar needs more cameras.
    They should make the car a camera.

    Or make a camera a drift car. Problem solved.
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