Friday, May 25, 2018

Nine Years of SBPDL

On May 22, 2018, a most interesting anniversary happened: the ninth anniversary of the start of SBPDL.

Thank you everyone for helping make this irreverent site - which started as a joke - an important part of the many people's day.
Thank you so much!

Let's make the 10th year of SBPDL our best one yet.

First, to honor the late Tom Wolfe, let's bring back the SBPDL Book Club, but also introduce the SBPDL Movie Fan Fest as well.

On June 5th, let's have discussion about Wolfe's The Bonfire of the Vanities.

Then, on June 8th, we can discuss the movie version of the novel (starring Tom Hanks and Bruce Willis).

So, let's kick it off with a survey:
1. What attracted you to SBPDL?
2. What do you want to see more of at the site? 
3. What should we do better? 
4. What are your favorite topics? 
You can either supply the answers in the comments below, or email them to

Also, the comments aren't showing up as new for moderation, so if they are slow to post, there's a problem on the backend. I'm working to getting this fixed.

And, if interested, considering taking the SBPDL Pledge and sending $9 dollars to celebrate NINE YEARS OF SBPDL. Contact me if interested in making the donation via online methods, or send the donation to:
Paul Kersey
P.O. Box 527
Oakton, VA 22124
As stated above, thank you so much for enjoying SBPDL and let's make the 10th year of SBPDL our best one yet.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Her Name is Amy Caprio: White Baltimore County Police Officer Murdered by Four Black Males (One Dubbed a "One-Man Crime Wave")

Previously on SBPDL: Black cop killer in Indianapolis SUES white cop he killed for $2.3 million

16-year-old Dawnta Harris. 

16-year-old Derrick Matthews.

15-year-old Darrell Ward. 

17-year-old Eugene Genius.
They murdered a white female cop in Baltimore County. 

All black males

All charged in the murder of white police officer Amy Caprio. ['Your client is a one-man crime wave': Teen charged in Baltimore County officer's death has lengthy juvenile record, Baltimore Sun, 5-23-18]:
The West Baltimore teen’s crime spree began in December, prosecutors say, and, over the subsequent months, he stole four cars, skipped court dates and escaped from a juvenile center. 
When a Baltimore County police officer confronted him Monday, 16-year-old Dawnta Harris ducked down and accelerated a stolen Jeep, running over Officer Amy Caprio as she opened fire, prosecutors say. 
Caprio, 29, became the first Baltimore County policewoman killed in the line of duty. Condolences poured in Tuesday from across Maryland. Grieving officers crowded a courtroom in Towson for the first appearance of her alleged killer. 
In a yellow jumpsuit, the slight teen appeared by video from the county jail for a bail review beside his public defender. 
Rest in peace, Officer Caprio. In a sane world, social policy would ensure the four black males  (teens or youths, as the media portrays them) would have been locked away for life after their first crime, instead of coddled and allowed to roam the streets looking for crimes to commit

“In the last six months, no offense, but your client is a one-man crime wave,” District Judge Sally Chester said. “I’m not certain any juvenile facility is secure enough to hold him.” 
The teen spoke softly, answering the judge’s questions. He made no other statements. Chester ordered him held without bail. 
Dawnta Anthony Harris, who was arrested nearby shortly after the incident, is charged as an adult with first-degree murder. He faces life in prison and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing next month in Baltimore County District Court. 
“I will tell you, judge. He did in fact confess,” prosecutor William Bickel said.The teen and three other youths were stealing jewelry and cash from homes in Perry Hall when Caprio confronted Harris, police said. 
The three eluded a massive manhunt Monday afternoon and evening but were arrested later at their homes in West Baltimore. Charges are pending against the three, said police, who have not identified them. 
In court, Bickel detailed the teen's alleged crime spree. He said the 16-year-old, who lived in the Gilmor Homes housing complex, stole cars in December, January and February. In March, the teen was sent to a juvenile facility in Montgomery County. 

But, Bickel said, the teen escaped, stole another car, then was arrested in the city. 
He said the teen was placed on house arrest in April and issued a monitoring bracelet. By mid-May, Bickel said, the teen had left home and his mother called authorities. A former student at Baltimore’s Excel Academy, Dawnta Harris had been on the run for one week. 
Emerging details about his case have reignited debate over Baltimore’s system of juvenile justice. 
“Did the system work? It sounds like it could have worked better,” Sheridan said. He said his officers are arresting more youths. 
Sam Abed, secretary of juvenile services, said his staff had tried to find the teen, visiting his school and calling his mother. 
“Our hearts go out to our brothers and sisters and Baltimore County law enforcement for their loss,” Abed said. “We are in shock about the incident.” 
Officer Caprio was about to celebrate her fourth anniversary with the department. 
In recent months, she nabbed a pair of suspected package thieves and was named the Parkville Precinct’s officer of the month for March. Her chief said Caprio was smart, energetic and brimming with leadership potential. 
On Monday afternoon, she was called to investigate a suspicious Jeep on Linwen Way in Perry Hall. The 911 caller reported three people left the Jeep and had broken into a home, according to charging documents. 
Caprio came upon the Jeep and pursued the teen driver down the cul-de-sac. She got out of her patrol car, drew her gun and ordered Dawnta Harris out, police said. 
Her body-worn camera captured the next moments. Bickel recounted them in the courtroom. 
“He put his head out the window, looking at the officer. He then closed his door, ducked and accelerated,” the prosecutor said. “She fired her weapon. … He ran over her.” 
Neighbors said they saw the Jeep ram the officer, flinging her body. They heard the gunshots and saw her lying in the street. A volunteer firefighter on the street tried CPR. 
Caprio was pronounced dead at the hospital shortly before 3 p.m. Medical examiners determined her cause of death to be head and chest trauma.
Rest in peace, Officer Caprio. In a sane world, social policy would ensure the four black males  (teens or youths, as the media portrays them) would have been locked away for life after their first crime, instead of coddled and allowed to roam the streets looking for crimes to commit. 

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

"Kick that pansy bitch in the face." 'Cobra Kai' Destroys SJW Culture with One Line

"I just wanted to say, even though I love to fight, we all need to fight together against hatred. And as I look around this arena, I pray for every race, religion, and gender that we can all live together in peace. Please join me in a moment of silence as we strive to end intolerance in our time." -- Xander Stone, Cobra Kai
"Kick that pansy bitch in the face."

The very next scene, in response to Xander's speech, Johnny Lawrence of the Cobra Kai dojo tells Miguel (his star pupil who will face Xander in a fight):
"Kick that pansy bitch in the face."
Is it really this simple?

Is this how you deal with the anti-white, SJW narrative (never forget: the SJW sprouted because the anti-white narrative was planted long ago and has deep, deep roots in all aspects of America culture)?

Unequivocally, yes.

In this late hour, we learn the true hero of the 1980s film Karate Kid was Johnny Lawrence and Cobra Kai all along.

When your highest virtue is equality, you embrace mediocrity as the purported noblest goal of civilization.

Monday, May 21, 2018

A Glimpse of What Affirmative Action in Medical School Begets: Black Atlanta Doctor Dances to Rap as She Performs Surgeries

Shot. [Acceptance rates at US medical schools in 2013 reveal racial profiling and affirmative discrimination for blacks, Hispanics,, 7-1-2014]:
A reminder affirmative action destroys standards long ago established for western civilization

The table above (click to enlarge) is an update of one I’ve posted several times before, here’s a link to the most recent CD post on this topic from April 2013. These posts in the past have generated a lot of interest and comments, so I thought it was time to do an update now that 2013 data are available. The table displays acceptance rates to US medical schools for Asians, whites, Hispanics and blacks with various combinations of MCAT scores and GPAs for 2013, based on data from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). 
Here are some observations:
1. For those students applying to medical school with average GPAs (3.40 to 3.59) and average MCAT scores (27-29), black applicants were almost four times more likely to be admitted than Asian applicants (81.0% vs. 22.5%), and 2.44 times more likely than white applicants (81.0% vs. 33.2%). Likewise, Hispanic students with average GPAs and average MCAT scores were about twice as likely to be accepted to medical school compared to white applicants (64.1% vs. 33.2%), and almost three times as likely as Asian applicants (64.1% vs. 22.5%). Overall, black (81%) and Hispanic (64.1%) applicants with average GPAs (3.40 to 3.59) and average MCAT scores (27-29) were accepted to medical school at rates much higher than the average acceptance rate of 34.6% for all students with those academic credentials.

2. For students applying to medical school with slightly below average GPAs of 3.20-3.39 and slightly below average MCAT scores of 24-26 (first column in the table), black applicants were more than 8.5 times more likely to be admitted to medical school than Asians (65.8% vs. 7.7%), and 7 times more likely than whites (65.8% vs. 9.4%). Compared to the average acceptance rate of 19% for all students applying with that combination of GPA and MCAT score, black and Hispanic applicants were much more likely to be accepted, and white and Asian applicants were much less likely to be accepted to medical schools.

3. We find the same pattern for students with slightly above average academic credentials. For example, for applicants with MCAT scores of 30-32 (slightly above average) and GPAs between 3.40-3.59 (average), the acceptance rates for blacks (93.1%) and Hispanics (83.1%) were much higher than the acceptance rate for whites (49.2%) and Asians (43.7%) with those academic credentials.

Chaser. [Doctor who made music videos in operating room facing several malpractice lawsuits,, 5-21-18]:
Dr. Windell Davis-Boutte’s website calls her “Atlanta’s most experienced cosmetic surgeon,” but a Channel 2 Action News, Atlanta Journal-Constitution consumer investigation discovered she’s had plenty of experience dealing with malpractice cases.  
Boutte refused to answer Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland’s questions about five malpractice settlements, four pending lawsuits against the doctor, and more than 20 videos previously posted on YouTube. 
Some featured the board-certified dermatologist dancing and singing around exposed, unmoving patients. In one Boutte made incisions while she sang and cavorted to the camera.  
Malpractice lawsuits 
One of those lawsuits was filed by 26-year-old Ojay Liburd. He agreed to talk to Strickland about his mother’s visit to Boutte’s Gwinnett County office, because his mother no longer can. 
According to court records Liburd’s mother, Icilma Cornelius, saw Boutte for a liposuction and a panniculectomy. It was weeks before her wedding, and she was credits away from earning her Ph.D. 
“She just wanted to be perfect for her wedding dress,” Liburd explained to Strickland. “She had everything going for her.”  
She never got the chance to wear her wedding dress, or get married. After a more than eight-hour procedure, Cornelius’ heart stopped. She suffered permanent brain damage and will need care for the rest of her life. 
Cornelius first visited Boutte’s Lilburn office, Premier Aesthetic Center, in early 2016. She consulted with staff about fillers and Botox for her face before her wedding. By the end of the consultation she was scheduled for surgery. 
“I just wanted to keep her costs down and give her what she needed from a lipo-sculpting standpoint for her wedding. I told her, ‘that's my present to you’.” Boutte said in deposition.  
During her procedure on Feb. 18, 2016, Cornelius was not intubated, and did not receive general anesthesia. She was given a cocktail of drugs, including Propofol and fentanyl. The lawsuit claimed no end-tidal CO2 monitoring equipment was used during the procedure. In deposition Boutte said staff contracted to administer anesthesia did not think end-tidal CO2 monitoring was necessary. 
There's no getting off this ride.

There's only surviving it.