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Title: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: IronMountainHog on January 27, 2018, 08:36:03 pm
https://www.google.com/amp/5newsonline.com/2018/01/27/former-razorback-arrested-for-meth-possession/amp/

What the hell??


Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: 247Hog on January 27, 2018, 08:43:49 pm
That ruins my day. I went to school with Moore. Thought he was President of a bank in Van Buren not that long ago. Hope he can get his life back on track.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on January 27, 2018, 08:45:52 pm
Very sad. My son grew up playing bball with Clarke..Great kid from a great family.
Drugs don't care they damage all types.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: IronMountainHog on January 27, 2018, 08:48:58 pm
A very smart young man who made a very bad mistake. Hope he gets treatment and gets back on his feet.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hoglady on January 27, 2018, 08:52:19 pm
Meth is probably the most destructive drug I've ever seen.
Seemingly successful, stable people - somehow get sucked into it and their lives destroyed.
Lots worse than the cocaine problem of the 80's.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on January 27, 2018, 08:55:25 pm
Meth is probably the most destructive drug I've ever seen.
Seemingly successful, stable people - somehow get sucked into it and their lives destroyed.
Lots worse than the cocaine problem of the 80's.

It is pure evil ruining lives everyday. Clarke is a good kid! Meth is just evil.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: k.c.hawg on January 27, 2018, 08:58:44 pm
Looks like he has had multiple problems.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Pig in the Pokey on January 27, 2018, 09:30:29 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Dark Helmet Hog on January 27, 2018, 09:49:45 pm
Must have been more traumatizing than anyone realized.


(https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4014/4718868578_5be052b1d1.jpg)


Seriously though, I hope the guy gets his life together.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: pigture perfect on January 27, 2018, 09:59:53 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.
Violence nor resistance was involved, otherwise I would. Meth is the stupidest thing to try.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: sowmonella on January 27, 2018, 10:01:29 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.
You are pathetic.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: nonoffensiveposter on January 27, 2018, 10:05:58 pm
DUI and screwing around with meth doesnt make someone a thug, just makes them an *** moron.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: RazorPiggie on January 27, 2018, 10:24:04 pm
A very smart young man who made a very bad mistake. Hope he gets treatment and gets back on his feet.

Iíve been around Clarke lots. Smart isnít something Iíd call him. Heís had multiple problems since leaving the UofA.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: IronMountainHog on January 27, 2018, 10:37:57 pm
Iíve been around Clarke lots. Smart isnít something Iíd call him. Heís had multiple problems since leaving the UofA.
He made the SEC All academic football honor roll while a Razorback. And you?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: k.c.hawg on January 27, 2018, 10:51:50 pm
It has been going on for quite some time. He needs to get help, get cleaned up, take strides to save his own life.

http://www1.odcr.com/detail?court=051-&casekey=051-CM++1500034
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: The_Bionic_Pig on January 27, 2018, 11:47:02 pm
Violence nor resistance was involved, otherwise I would. Meth is the stupidest thing to try.

Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hoghappy on January 28, 2018, 12:23:05 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!
Are you talking about the time in College when he was caught driving with a blunt in his hand, or when he was chased by the Benton and Bryant police where I witnessed him being laid out on the service road along I-30?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Seebs on January 28, 2018, 01:04:46 am
Let's all agree that none of these lads will be asked to babysit anytime soon.

Hope they all end up doing well in life and teach their kids what not to do from their own experiences.

I'm teaching my kids not to posts on message boards.  See? Example setting.   
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: The Kig on January 28, 2018, 01:50:49 am
A very smart young man

No.  I get that meth is very addictive and hard to escape once you have started...but NO SMART PERSON EVER TRYS METH.  The first time is always a conscious decision.  Have seen it destroy families... Good families, but DUMB people do meth.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: NuttinItUp on January 28, 2018, 02:05:40 am
Hope this is a wakeup call for him to get his life together.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: OneTuskOverTheLineô on January 28, 2018, 03:47:48 am
You are pathetic.
I believe PITP has more of an understanding of what that dude is going through than you think.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: OneTuskOverTheLineô on January 28, 2018, 03:48:46 am
No.  I get that meth is very addictive and hard to escape once you have started...but NO SMART PERSON EVER TRYS METH.  The first time is always a conscious decision.  Have seen it destroy families... Good families, but DUMB people do meth.

 There's dumb and there's foolish. You can have a high IQ and very little wisdom.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: GuvHog on January 28, 2018, 05:18:40 am
There's dumb and there's foolish. You can have a high IQ and very little wisdom.

Good point, I was just going to post that. It has nothing to do with being smart but everything to do with being wise. It isn't wise to do Meth.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: The Chief on January 28, 2018, 06:15:41 am
That ruins my day. I went to school with Moore. Thought he was President of a bank in Van Buren not that long ago. Hope he can get his life back on track.

I was the class ahead of him and played two years of football with him.  Always seemed like a nice kid, but apparently he's got some issues.  I saw him around 2009 or 2010 and I believe he mentioned working at a bank.

Clarke, you big dummy.  Get your act together, man.  Don't be a thug. (See what I did there?)
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: (notOM)Rebel123 on January 28, 2018, 06:19:43 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!

Cedric was also arrested for forging prescriptions and being involved in a prostitution ring. FWIW
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: The Chief on January 28, 2018, 06:23:29 am
Cedric was also arrested for forging prescriptions and being involved in a prostitution ring. FWIW

That's so double-standard of you.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: (notOM)Rebel123 on January 28, 2018, 06:27:30 am
That's so double-standard of you.

Lol
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AP85 on January 28, 2018, 06:48:27 am
Drugs are becoming rampant up there at a high rate.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: (notOM)Rebel123 on January 28, 2018, 07:09:43 am
Drugs are becoming rampant up there everywhere at a high rate.

FIFY
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hoglady on January 28, 2018, 08:15:11 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!

You are right about that.
(I still think of C4 often - my daughter went to high school with him and he was just a nice, respectful kid in high school, super quiet. It bothers me to see how his life has turned out. He was a good kid.)
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hoglady on January 28, 2018, 08:19:46 am
Cedric was also arrested for forging prescriptions and being involved in a prostitution ring. FWIW

I think the point being - this is not where Cedric started out.
He was not a thug or criminal.
It's where he's ended up due to years of drug abuse - most addicts are headed to jail or death.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ricepig on January 28, 2018, 08:21:00 am
Drugs are becoming rampant up there at a high rate.

Or over there ⬅
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on January 28, 2018, 08:39:46 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!

Cobbs was called a thug on here? I don't know anything about that but I do know that Cobbs is NOT a thug.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ImHogginIt on January 28, 2018, 09:13:14 am
Cobbs was called a thug on here? I don't know anything about that but I do know that Cobbs is NOT a thug.

You know how it works here. One or two posters may have called him that at some point so according to some ALL of Hogville called him that.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: (notOM)Rebel123 on January 28, 2018, 09:15:08 am
You know how it works here. One or two posters may have called him that at some point so according to some ALL of Hogville called him that.

Exactly.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ricepig on January 28, 2018, 09:35:42 am
You know how it works here. One or two posters may have called him that at some point so according to some ALL of Hogville called him that.

Did not!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Lao Tsuie on January 28, 2018, 09:47:44 am
I believe I read where meth. was invented by the Nazi's in WWII to keep those German guys fighting (hand to hand if needed) all night and the next day too. One of my best friends got into drugs really heavy and he would do anything except meth. He was scared of it. He said -one shot and you are hooked for life.

I had a hard enough time quitting smoking.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ImHogginIt on January 28, 2018, 10:20:41 am
Did not!

Did too ! Did too !
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Danny J on January 28, 2018, 11:14:15 am
I believe I read where meth. was invented by the Nazi's in WWII to keep those German guys fighting (hand to hand if needed) all night and the next day too. One of my best friends got into drugs really heavy and he would do anything except meth. He was scared of it. He said -one shot and you are hooked for life.

I had a hard enough time quitting smoking.
See...I thought it was the Japanese

And yes...meth is evil and makes regular people do crazy things.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: RoyInSpringdale/MizzouFan on January 28, 2018, 12:02:22 pm
I believe I read where meth. was invented by the Nazi's in WWII to keep those German guys fighting (hand to hand if needed) all night and the next day too. One of my best friends got into drugs really heavy and he would do anything except meth. He was scared of it. He said -one shot and you are hooked for life.

I had a hard enough time quitting smoking.
It was actually WW1 for the Stormtroopers to get pumped for attacking trenches.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Silver Hog on January 28, 2018, 12:53:58 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.
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Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HiggiePiggy on January 28, 2018, 01:15:18 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.

Probably because it wasnít an arrest for some violent crime.  But I am sure you are thinking something else.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HiggiePiggy on January 28, 2018, 01:17:36 pm
He made the SEC All academic football honor roll while a Razorback. And you?


Book smart does not always equal street smarts. 
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgmasta on January 28, 2018, 01:30:56 pm
I don't want to go on too big of a rant here but this will continue until we start treating drug abusers with rehabilitation instead of punishment. I'm all for going after drug traffickers or the organizations that run them, they are usually violent and filled with bad men. But what we're doing and have been doing for decades is not working. More people die of just OPIOD overdoses in the United States every year than the entire VIETNAM WAR. Let that sink in and ask yourself if punishing addicts is fixing this problem.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HiggiePiggy on January 28, 2018, 01:55:18 pm
I don't want to go on too big of a rant here but this will continue until we start treating drug abusers with rehabilitation instead of punishment. I'm all for going after drug traffickers or the organizations that run them, they are usually violent and filled with bad men. But what we're doing and have been doing for decades is not working. More people die of just OPIOD overdoses in the United States every year than the entire VIETNAM WAR. Let that sink in and ask yourself if punishing addicts is fixing this problem.

When politicians start to actually come down on them instead of allowing them to put money into their pockets we might see some real change.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AFWarrior83 on January 28, 2018, 02:35:08 pm
That ruins my day. I went to school with Moore. Thought he was President of a bank in Van Buren not that long ago. Hope he can get his life back on track.

I grew up playing baseball with Clarke. Heís a good dude that just screwed up. Hopefully he gets help and is able to recover from this incident. Matt was able to turn things around, so Iím hopeful Clarke can as well.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: SooieGeneris on January 28, 2018, 02:47:35 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.

There is definitely a double standard when it comes to such things. When one person gets in trouble, they are "evil", when another gets nabbed, it's the drugs that are evil..

Abuse of drugs and alcohol, which is also a drug BTW, cuts across all social boundaries and income levels, but is perceived much differently depending on whose ox is gored..
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: SamBuckhart on January 28, 2018, 03:03:37 pm
This makes me sick.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Flrazrback on January 28, 2018, 03:31:17 pm
Very sad story, like any addiction a person had to WANT to defeat the Demon before change can take place. Hope Mr Moore can realize he is on the road to No where and change the course.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgdavis on January 28, 2018, 08:57:28 pm
A very smart young man who made a very bad mistake. Hope he gets treatment and gets back on his feet.

Sorry about the bad news, but part of the problem today is we donít call it what it really is. It wasnít a mistake it was a choice and a bad one . If true and itís meth I hope they throw the book at him. Have you seen what meth does to people? Not try to offend anyone that knows him itís just how I feel about this issue and the people that push this crap.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ChicoHog on January 28, 2018, 09:16:36 pm
nobody called him a thug. huh.
Was he a henchman for someone?  That's what I think when I hear "thug".  The brawn behind the brains of bad guys.  Usually has to do with violence also.  Nothing to do with race or ethnicity.    Could be white, black, Chinese, Russian (very common with Russian mob),Sicilian etc.,
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Jimbob111 on January 28, 2018, 09:25:43 pm
You are pathetic.

Nope. YOU are pathetic. Read the article. Meth brought down someone who had achieved, worked, and lived. Not a thug. Thugs don't care about life at all.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Pig in the Pokey on January 28, 2018, 09:35:14 pm
well, i know many who have recovered (or are recovering more exactly) and I hope this makes him get over it.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: tusksincolorado on January 28, 2018, 11:34:29 pm

Just the simple lack of GENERAL COMMON SENSE.... :-\
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Jim Harris on January 29, 2018, 11:04:48 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!

Cedric Cobb's what?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: sowmonella on January 29, 2018, 11:12:02 am
Nope. YOU are pathetic. Read the article. Meth brought down someone who had achieved, worked, and lived. Not a thug. Thugs don't care about life at all.
Exactly the point of my post . Please re-read. I was responding to a post that inferred  he wasn't called  a thug because he's Caucasian.




Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: elksnort on January 29, 2018, 11:14:48 am
It was actually WW1 for the Stormtroopers to get pumped for attacking trenches.

Storm troopers in WW I ? I am thinking WWII.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: ricepig on January 29, 2018, 11:18:01 am
Storm troopers in WW I ? I am thinking WWII.

 "Stormtroopers were specialist soldiers of the German Army in World War I. In the last years of the war, StoŖtruppen ("Shock troops" or "Thrust Troops") were trained to fight with "infiltration tactics", part of the Germans' new method of attack on enemy trenches."
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: PonderinHog on January 29, 2018, 11:21:49 am
It was actually WW1 for the Stormtroopers to get pumped for attacking trenches.
I thought it was the Crystal Methodists.   :-[
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HiggiePiggy on January 29, 2018, 11:58:26 am
Sorry about the bad news, but part of the problem today is we donít call it what it really is. It wasnít a mistake it was a choice and a bad one . If true and itís meth I hope they throw the book at him. Have you seen what meth does to people? Not try to offend anyone that knows him itís just how I feel about this issue and the people that push this crap.

You donít throw the book at addicts. That does nothing to help society. You want to do something throw the book at the drug pushers or the companies that are pushing these other drugs on people that are getting them addicted. 

Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Johnny Bobo on January 29, 2018, 03:07:11 pm
dealers of meth, crack and heroin should get the death penalty
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgdavis on January 29, 2018, 06:33:39 pm
You donít throw the book at addicts. That does nothing to help society. You want to do something throw the book at the drug pushers or the companies that are pushing these other drugs on people that are getting them addicted. 



I hope your  not one that thinks that addiction is a disease and not a choice. I took it that there was also intent. You also canít help someone who dose not want help, lock them up and let them think about their life. Nobody made the guy take meth or anything else he chose that himself. I donít mean to sound insensitive I just donít feel sorry for people that make bad choices knowing what the consequences of their choices are. I feel for his family and friends because of the hurt his bad choices caused them. I have made my share of bad choices and faced the consequences of those choices and maned up and owned them because it was nobodyís fault but my own. Personal responsibility has been forgotten these days.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgdavis on January 29, 2018, 06:37:03 pm
dealers of meth, crack and heroin should get the death penalty

I agree 100%, in some countries that is exactly the punishment.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HiggiePiggy on January 29, 2018, 07:48:57 pm
I hope your  not one that thinks that addiction is a disease and not a choice. I took it that there was also intent. You also canít help someone who dose not want help, lock them up and let them think about their life. Nobody made the guy take meth or anything else he chose that himself. I donít mean to sound insensitive I just donít feel sorry for people that make bad choices knowing what the consequences of their choices are. I feel for his family and friends because of the hurt his bad choices caused them. I have made my share of bad choices and faced the consequences of those choices and maned up and owned them because it was nobodyís fault but my own. Personal responsibility has been forgotten these days.

If there was intent to sell then yes he should be locked up.  If itís just him using he should not be locked up.  I also have made some dumb decisions in my life and have taken responsibility for them.  Addiction isnít something that should be locked away unless that person has harmed someone else.  If he hasnít harmed anyone else with his addiction then prison is not going to fix a person that is an addict.

We have enough people in prison. Itís time America tries something different because the prison system isnít a place for rehabilitation of drug users.   Prison is just punishment. Itís why you see a lot go back, because they donít learn crap from prison other than how to be more of a criminal. 
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: pigture perfect on January 29, 2018, 11:57:49 pm
I hope he can find a good rehab program to get in. I know a few guys who went through Teen Challenge and did well with it.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Wooderson on January 30, 2018, 05:35:40 am
I love the death penalty to drug dealers idea. Won't ever happen in this country though. We have more important issues being pushed like gun control even though drugs and alcohol kill way more people than guns.  Seems Mr. Moore has become a drain on society. Just a worthless waste. Hope he can change that.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: DeltaBoy on January 30, 2018, 08:08:42 am
Prayers sent for that young man.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 09:19:52 am
dealers of meth, crack and heroin should get the death penalty

In my opinion when you ďdealĒ drugs it is at the very least attempted manslaughter and yes the book should be thrown at them addicted or not.  People these are YOUR kids they are selling to, why gor the love of God(and you families) do you allow it to continue?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 09:24:00 am
If there was intent to sell then yes he should be locked up.  If itís just him using he should not be locked up.  I also have made some dumb decisions in my life and have taken responsibility for them.  Addiction isnít something that should be locked away unless that person has harmed someone else.  If he hasnít harmed anyone else with his addiction then prison is not going to fix a person that is an addict.

We have enough people in prison. Itís time America tries something different because the prison system isnít a place for rehabilitation of drug users.   Prison is just punishment. Itís why you see a lot go back, because they donít learn crap from prison other than how to be more of a criminal.

Problem is we donít really have prisons we have country clubs for the criminally intent. 
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: I Am Smart on January 30, 2018, 09:29:54 am
Iíve been around Clarke lots. Smart isnít something Iíd call him. Heís had multiple problems since leaving the UofA.

I am

Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: cjack on January 30, 2018, 09:50:49 am
Are you talking about the time in College when he was caught driving with a blunt in his hand, or when he was chased by the Benton and Bryant police where I witnessed him being laid out on the service road along I-30?

Wait.  Somebody chased down Cedric Cobbs?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hoghappy on January 30, 2018, 09:55:09 am
Except for the Grace of God, that would be me. Mine wasnít meth, mine was pain meds. I feel like I was over medicated at first, but when it got hard to get them legally, I would do just about anything to get relief. Iím glad I didnít get stuck on illegal stuff. Luckily I had a good support group that I attended and they continue to help. That was over 20 years ago. I donít even like taking Tylenol anymore.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hogsanity on January 30, 2018, 10:05:13 am
This is just another reason the only way to not get addicted to something is not to ever try it. I seriously doubt he intended to end up like this the 1st time he tried meth. A drunk does not intend to end up a drunk the 1st time he takes a drink. No one goes out to be a coke head the 1st time they they do a line either.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 10:29:36 am
This is just another reason the only way to not get addicted to something is not to ever try it. I seriously doubt he intended to end up like this the 1st time he tried meth. A drunk does not intend to end up a drunk the 1st time he takes a drink. No one goes out to be a coke head the 1st time they they do a line either.

Thatís been my motto in life, just say no!  Iíve only got one addiction and it produced three babies, LOL!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: J-Five on January 30, 2018, 10:40:13 am
Dude Cedric Cobb's was caught with seeds and this board called him everything but the name of God. 

No resisting, no prior history of anything... believe me when I say their is definitely a double-standard!!


THANK YOU!!!  Totally agree....
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: PonderinHog on January 30, 2018, 11:46:02 am
dealers of meth, crack and heroin should get the death penalty
Neat idea!

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Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 11:53:23 am
Neat idea!

(https://media.salon.com/2017/06/north-reagan-580x385.jpg)

You forgot George Bush who ďranĒ Oliver North while he was head of the CIA under Nixon.  Then when he became VP and knew he was going to run for President he tried to ďburyĒ North...in prison.  So much drama!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 12:04:26 pm

THANK YOU!!!  Totally agree....

Whites want thugs(of any color) in prison
Blacks want them walking the streets killing 5 year olds with stray bullets.

Until blacks stop this racism thing and start owning their own peopleís actions it is only going to get worse as it has been doing steadily for the last few years.

Iím white and what expect is for this manís punishment to fit the crime.  Is that what you would want if he were black or would you simply want him to walk away free? 

We may be on the same train or we may not be but itís not because I donít want you in the seat next to me.  I most definitely do want you on the train, you can sit wherever you please.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: nationwish on January 30, 2018, 12:09:54 pm
Whites want thugs(of any color) in prison
Blacks want them walking the streets killing 5 year olds with stray bullets.

Until blacks stop this racism thing and start owning their own peopleís actions it is only going to get worse as it has been doing steadily for the last few years.

Iím white and what expect is for this manís punishment to fit the crime.  Is that what you would want if he were black or would you simply want him to walk away free? 

We may be on the same train or we may not be but itís not because I donít want you in the seat next to me.  I most definitely do want you on the train, you can sit wherever you please.

I don't have time to go search for a facepalm gif right now, so please just imagine one here.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on January 30, 2018, 12:50:41 pm
Thatís been my motto in life, just say no!  Iíve only got one addiction and it produced three babies, LOL!

COTS
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on January 30, 2018, 12:51:58 pm
Whites want thugs(of any color) in prison
Blacks want them walking the streets killing 5 year olds with stray bullets.

Until blacks stop this racism thing and start owning their own peopleís actions it is only going to get worse as it has been doing steadily for the last few years.

Iím white and what expect is for this manís punishment to fit the crime.  Is that what you would want if he were black or would you simply want him to walk away free? 

We may be on the same train or we may not be but itís not because I donít want you in the seat next to me.  I most definitely do want you on the train, you can sit wherever you please.

Whole lotta yikes goin on here

It's a Razorback, one of the naturally meanest animals on earth.

Which is a ____.

It's not a pig, a pig is a domesticated farm animal.

Think I'm gonna pass on the input on what's right/wrong and fair from a guy who doesn't know a Razorback is a pig.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 12:55:45 pm
I don't have time to go search for a facepalm gif right now, so please just imagine one here.

Oh I know nobody want to just spell it out like that.  You embarrassed, because that pretty much how our society has been working as of late.  The problem is to many people hiding behind a facepalm gif.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: pigture perfect on January 30, 2018, 12:59:13 pm
Wait.  Somebody chased down Cedric Cobbs?
yep, the Saline County boys got him. I think like 8-9 years ago. Evidently a pretty good car chase 5rough Benton then on to I-30 between Bryant and Alexander if I remember correctly.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 12:59:38 pm
Whole lotta yikes goin on here

Think I'm gonna pass on the input on what's right/wrong and fair from a guy who doesn't know a Razorback is a pig.

Well the yikes might come from breaking Hogville rules but the truth IS ďyikesĒ sometimes.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Busta_Nutt on January 30, 2018, 01:25:22 pm
Well the yikes might come from breaking Hogville rules but the truth IS ďyikesĒ sometimes.

The truth is that a Razorback is a pig. Have you come to that realization yet?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Busta_Nutt on January 30, 2018, 01:29:16 pm
Thatís been my motto in life, just say no!  Iíve only got one addiction and it produced three babies, LOL!

Do like this post though. I'm looking to settle down, did this addiction produce any nice, good-looking females who are also looking to settle down and start a family? I'd be honored to call you my FIL. Just think of all the discussions we'd have during family gatherings.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on January 30, 2018, 01:30:17 pm
Well the yikes might come from breaking Hogville rules but the truth IS ďyikesĒ sometimes.

White guy get gets arrested for meth; someone says Cobbs was called a thug when he was arrested.  You go into a rant about racism. Problem seems to be with you, bub.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 02:20:02 pm
Do like this post though. I'm looking to settle down, did this addiction produce any nice, good-looking females who are also looking to settle down and start a family? I'd be honored to call you my FIL. Just think of all the discussions we'd have during family gatherings.

Sorry all boys and all married to females, LOL!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Busta_Nutt on January 30, 2018, 02:23:36 pm
Sorry all boys and all married to females, LOL!

Wow! What are the chances of that?! They beer drinkers?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 02:37:01 pm
White guy get gets arrested for meth; someone says Cobbs was called a thug when he was arrested.  You go into a rant about racism. Problem seems to be with you, bub.

If you think iím a problem that laughable. 

Itís an old discussion but maybe you ainít been around long enough, or maybe have.  Someone called a black person a thug and now it gets interjected into every thread like this. 



Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 30, 2018, 02:41:14 pm
Wow! What are the chances of that?! They beer drinkers?

Whine I think, at least thatís what I hear.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Busta_Nutt on January 30, 2018, 02:54:20 pm
Whine I think, at least thatís what I hear.

Ah, gotcha. Know quite a few beer drinkers throughout the state, but none to my knowledge with the last name Hogo. Now me personally, I am a cold beer drinker. You should check out the callus on my pop top finger. If you ever need one, I got a cooler in the back with a 12 pack ready to roll. Also, I'm a killer karaoke country singer, and a top-water rattle-trap spinner bait slinger early in the morning when they're biting. Come fall though, when the Hogs are on, I'm king of the grill and also a short putt sinker most weekends, but all in all, I'm just a cold beer drinker.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: tusksincolorado on January 31, 2018, 05:36:13 pm
In my opinion when you “deal” drugs it is at the very least attempted manslaughter and yes the book should be thrown at them addicted or not.  People these are YOUR kids they are selling to, why gor the love of God(and you families) do you allow it to continue?

So you should agree that alcohol and liquor stores should fall under these parameters too.???
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: PonderinHog on January 31, 2018, 05:44:27 pm
Ah, gotcha. Know quite a few beer drinkers throughout the state, but none to my knowledge with the last name Hogo. Now me personally, I am a cold beer drinker. You should check out the callus on my pop top finger. If you ever need one, I got a cooler in the back with a 12 pack ready to roll. Also, I'm a killer karaoke country singer, and a top-water rattle-trap spinner bait slinger early in the morning when they're biting. Come fall though, when the Hogs are on, I'm king of the grill and also a short putt sinker most weekends, but all in all, I'm just a cold beer drinker.
Well, at least you've got that going for ya!
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on January 31, 2018, 05:52:00 pm
So you should agree that alcohol and liquor stores should fall under these parameters too.???

Iíve never had a drink of alcohol in my life so I donít have a problem with that.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: twistitup on January 31, 2018, 06:00:33 pm
So you should agree that alcohol and liquor stores should fall under these parameters too.???

and ice cream shops

That shiite is addictive and will kill after years of abuse
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgmasta on January 31, 2018, 07:45:06 pm
Problem is we donít really have prisons we have country clubs for the criminally intent.

Have you ever been to prison in the United States? I haven't but know that it is extremely violent, drug riddled and psychologically distressing. Make it worse? You realize that our prisons are so overcrowded that a lot if not most of them get out early. So they'll be back in the same community (yours, ours) they got arrested in with little to no chance of getting a good job after being locked up with often the only people they trust and will still deal with them are other prisoners/former prisoners. It's a recipe for disaster, and it's not working.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: twistitup on January 31, 2018, 07:46:19 pm
Have you ever been to prison in the United States? I haven't but know that it is extremely violent, drug riddled and psychologically distressing. Make it worse? You realize that our prisons are so overcrowded that a lot if not most of them get out early. So they'll be back in the same community (yours, ours) they got arrested in with little to no chance of getting a good job after being locked up with often the only people they trust and will still deal with them are other prisoners/former prisoners. It's a recipe for disaster, and it's not working.

It's not working - fact.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on February 01, 2018, 10:36:54 am
Have you ever been to prison in the United States? I haven't but know that it is extremely violent, drug riddled and psychologically distressing. Make it worse? You realize that our prisons are so overcrowded that a lot if not most of them get out early. So they'll be back in the same community (yours, ours) they got arrested in with little to no chance of getting a good job after being locked up with often the only people they trust and will still deal with them are other prisoners/former prisoners. It's a recipe for disaster, and it's not working.

Maybe they wouldnít be overflowing if they werenít country clubs for the criminally intent.  Other than that, yes itís a deep subject you could write a book or several hundred about.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: I Am Smart on February 01, 2018, 10:40:17 am
Maybe they wouldnít be overflowing if they werenít country clubs for the criminally intent.  Other than that, yes itís a deep subject you could write a book or several hundred about.

Not quite...
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on February 01, 2018, 10:40:47 am
It's not working - fact.

Thatís because the ďworkĒ has been taken out of the equation by liberals.  You canít, not, lock a criminal up but what we do or donít do after that is whatís not working. 
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Cinco de Hogo on February 01, 2018, 10:41:31 am
Not quite...

Too you...
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on February 01, 2018, 10:46:19 am
Thatís because the ďworkĒ has been taken out of the equation by liberals.  You canít, not, lock a criminal up but what we do or donít do after that is whatís not working.

Is Alex Jones a Razorback fan? This his account?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on February 01, 2018, 10:48:53 am
Iíve never had a drink of alcohol in my life so I donít have a problem with that.

Explains why you're so wacky.

Settle down and enjoy a cold one.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: oldhawg on February 01, 2018, 10:51:33 am
It's not working - fact.

Recognition of a failing system does not improve it.  It's easy enough to see that  a system is not working.

Simply enough to say "The answer lies in rehabilitation systems."  What does that mean? The rehabilitation facilities that are out there don't appear to be working much better than the prison systems.

Easy to say "It's not working."  So, what will work?  I don't have any solutions.  Can you offer an effective alternative.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Grizzlyfan on February 01, 2018, 10:51:39 am
Hey guys if we want to debate drug policy or what not let's move it over to politics and stop Clarke's name from going to the top of this forum.  There really isn't anything meaningful to add about his situation. 
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: I Am Smart on February 01, 2018, 10:52:01 am
Thatís because the ďworkĒ has been taken out of the equation by liberals.  You canít, not, lock a criminal up but what we do or donít do after that is whatís not working.

The prison system is too much of a "Punishment/Revenge" system and not enough of a rehabilitation program to prepare prisoners for re-entry to society. That's why almost all go back to prison at some point after being released
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Busta_Nutt on February 01, 2018, 10:53:09 am
Cinco, your signature line confuses me.

Cinco de Hogo
Loosely translated-Year of the Hog
Very loosely translated-wait to next year
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: twistitup on February 01, 2018, 11:05:15 am
Recognition of a failing system does not improve it.  It's easy enough to see that  a system is not working.

Simply enough to say "The answer lies in rehabilitation systems."  What does that mean? The rehabilitation facilities that are out there don't appear to be working much better than the prison systems.

Easy to say "It's not working."  So, what will work?  I don't have any solutions.  Can you offer an effective alternative.

As humans, we have addictive tendencies, all the rehab and jail in the world won't change human nature. Fundamentally, we like to 'get high' in one way or another (caffeine, nicotine, weed, cocaine, meth, etc..) I guess it's about making responsible addiction choices - sounds crazy, but it's true. But there IS another element to it....

I think we would have more luck dealing with hard core addicts if the focus was on WHY they became addicts - dive into that tough stuff that happened early on that put them on this path. Without addressing the root issues, we will never be able to cut through the addiction - the addiction it is like a warm blanket, a safe spot. Addiction is what an person will use to make himself feel 'comfortable' - and avoid addressing the very difficult issues of their past.

We need to address the root issues through psychotherapy, then proceed from there. I believe if we will look our past square in the fu----- face and try to get help with these issues that the addiction issues will take care of themselves. Hardcore addiction is a RESULT of other issues that need to be unwrapped and dealt with. Like and onion - peel away the layers~
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: jkstock04 on February 01, 2018, 11:14:56 am
Maybe they wouldnít be overflowing if they werenít country clubs for the criminally intent.  Other than that, yes itís a deep subject you could write a book or several hundred about.
The type you refer to (repeat offenders) arenít afraid of going back to prison...in fact I believe in many cases they look forward to and plan on going back.

Thatís a big problem...which tells me, for some...prison is a way to be shielded from the responsibilities of the outside world. And that our prisons are very soft for the culture of repeat offenders.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: pigture perfect on February 04, 2018, 09:24:16 am
As humans, we have addictive tendencies, all the rehab and jail in the world won't change human nature. Fundamentally, we like to 'get high' in one way or another (caffeine, nicotine, weed, cocaine, meth, etc..) I guess it's about making responsible addiction choices - sounds crazy, but it's true. But there IS another element to it....

I think we would have more luck dealing with hard core addicts if the focus was on WHY they became addicts - dive into that tough stuff that happened early on that put them on this path. Without addressing the root issues, we will never be able to cut through the addiction - the addiction it is like a warm blanket, a safe spot. Addiction is what an person will use to make himself feel 'comfortable' - and avoid addressing the very difficult issues of their past.

We need to address the root issues through psychotherapy, then proceed from there. I believe if we will look our past square in the fu----- face and try to get help with these issues that the addiction issues will take care of themselves. Hardcore addiction is a RESULT of other issues that need to be unwrapped and dealt with. Like and onion - peel away the layers~
I agree with this. I also believe in most cases, these destructive habits need to have a spiritual element added to it, so that we trust a higher power than ourselves.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: oldhawg on February 04, 2018, 09:53:00 am

As humans, we have addictive tendencies, all the rehab and jail in the world won't change human nature. Fundamentally, we like to 'get high' in one way or another (caffeine, nicotine, weed, cocaine, meth, etc..) I guess it's about making responsible addiction choices - sounds crazy, but it's true. But there IS another element to it....



Now this I understand.  Quit smoking thirty-four years ago.  Coffee (caffeine) has been my addiction every since ---- trading one addiction for a less harmful one.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Wooderson on February 04, 2018, 11:50:18 am
As humans, we have addictive tendencies, all the rehab and jail in the world won't change human nature. Fundamentally, we like to 'get high' in one way or another (caffeine, nicotine, weed, cocaine, meth, etc..) I guess it's about making responsible addiction choices - sounds crazy, but it's true. But there IS another element to it....

I think we would have more luck dealing with hard core addicts if the focus was on WHY they became addicts - dive into that tough stuff that happened early on that put them on this path. Without addressing the root issues, we will never be able to cut through the addiction - the addiction it is like a warm blanket, a safe spot. Addiction is what an person will use to make himself feel 'comfortable' - and avoid addressing the very difficult issues of their past.

We need to address the root issues through psychotherapy, then proceed from there. I believe if we will look our past square in the fu----- face and try to get help with these issues that the addiction issues will take care of themselves. Hardcore addiction is a RESULT of other issues that need to be unwrapped and dealt with. Like and onion - peel away the layers~

I vote we just "off" them.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: twistitup on February 04, 2018, 12:46:13 pm
I vote we just "off" them.

I respect your opinion
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: hawgmasta on February 04, 2018, 01:10:43 pm
I vote we just "off" them.

Then you'll lose some of the best and brightest people that have contributed to our society. Just because they are down now doesn't mean they won't get clean and have an amazing impact on those around them.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: Pig in the Pokey on February 04, 2018, 02:15:49 pm
Now this I understand.  Quit smoking thirty-four years ago.  Coffee (caffeine) has been my addiction every since ---- trading one addiction for a less harmful one.
same. down to caffeine and my medical green.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on February 04, 2018, 04:42:31 pm
Is Alex Jones a Razorback fan? This his account?
Are you a snowflake liberal?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on February 04, 2018, 04:44:04 pm
Hey guys if we want to debate drug policy or what not let's move it over to politics and stop Clarke's name from going to the top of this forum.  There really isn't anything meaningful to add about his situation.
This should be taken down
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on February 05, 2018, 09:36:55 am
Are you a snowflake liberal?

Are you ok?
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on February 05, 2018, 10:56:11 am
Are you ok?

Feeling great snowflake.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: AlmaHog2011 on February 05, 2018, 10:59:04 am
While I love Alex Jones I am more a Dan Bongino or Ben Shapiro man myself. Sean Hannity is another of my favorites.

I'll probably get another warning from Hogville but I really don't care.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: steveaustin69 on February 05, 2018, 11:00:57 am
While I love Alex Jones I am more a Dan Bongino or Ben Shapiro man myself. Sean Hannity is another of my favorites.

I'll probably get another warning from Hogville but I really don't care.

No one cares.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: The Chief on February 06, 2018, 01:42:19 pm
Cinco, your signature line confuses me.

Cinco de Hogo
Loosely translated-Year of the Hog
Very loosely translated-wait to next year

Fifth of "Hogo?"  That's some very loose translation.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: SoonerBaHog on February 07, 2018, 03:20:44 pm
I don't want to go on too big of a rant here but this will continue until we start treating drug abusers with rehabilitation instead of punishment. I'm all for going after drug traffickers or the organizations that run them, they are usually violent and filled with bad men. But what we're doing and have been doing for decades is not working. More people die of just OPIOD overdoses in the United States every year than the entire VIETNAM WAR. Let that sink in and ask yourself if punishing addicts is fixing this problem.

I agree with you.  We need to stop throwing users in jail and making them criminals.  We need to be sending them to treatment facilities to treat the cause of their addictions.
Title: Re: Clarke Moore arrest
Post by: HoginMemphis on February 08, 2018, 08:46:15 am
Darwinism at work. Generally, a good thing.