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Woman Stabs Roommate For Listening To The Eagles Too Much

Apparently, we all have our limits:

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Authorities say a South Carolina woman stabbed her roommate after getting fed up with the man listening to the Eagles and watching TV with his brother.

North Charleston police say 54-year-old Vernett Bader is charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature after the Monday night scuffle. It was not known if Bader had an attorney.

An incident report says police responded to a report of a stabbing and found Bader’s 64-year-old roommate with stab wounds to his arm, hand and elbow.

The report says Bader grew angry as the roommate was listening to the Eagles and watching television with his brother.

Apparently, this witchy woman didn’t know how to take it easy and just enjoy the peaceful easy feelings. So, she became a desperado and took it to the limit.

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  1. al-Ameda says:

    I can understand this. This is South Carolina, and the guy probably had “Hotel California” playing on a perpetual loop.

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  2. @al-Ameda:

    So you’re saying she stabbed him with her steely, steely knife, but she just couldn’t kill the beast?

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  3. Kenny says:

    It all happened in a New York minute. (Things can get pretty strange.)

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  4. rudderpedals says:

    First they came for the Eagles cassettes.

    And I was OK with that.

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  5. al-Ameda says:

    Apparently, this witchy woman didn’t know how to take it easy and just enjoy the peaceful easy feelings. So, she became a desperado and took it to the limit.

    Actually, this post caused me to remember my college days when everyone was playing music all the time. I had a couple of roomies – great guys – one always seemed to have “Grateful Dead Live in Europe” or The Stones “Exile on Main Street” playing. Another had The Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” going on regularly, and I constantly played “The Allman Brothers Live at Fillmore East” and Mile Davis’ “Bitches Brew.” We got along, but we must have drove each other nuts. Then again we were 20 years old, we could take it. The South Carolina woman was 54 and not so industrial strength.

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  6. mantis says:

    I don’t condone it, but i understand it.

    Also, life imitates Lebowski.

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  7. CSK says:

    Just imagine if someone played “Feelings” on a perpetual loop.

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  8. Al says:

    I’m pretty sure she can claim that she did it in self-defense.

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  9. Ernieyeball says:

    @al-Ameda:…this post caused me to remember my college days when everyone was playing music all the time.

    They still do. You just can’t hear it. It has something to do with pods in their ears…

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  10. Dave Schuler says:

    Clearly deplorable but, after all, who hasn’t run into somebody who played The Eagles too much?

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  11. C. Clavin says:

    Not a jury in the world will convict…

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  12. dazedandconfused says:

    @C. Clavin:

    Singing along with Witchy Woman is begging for it….

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  13. bill says:

    @al-Ameda: my kids think i’m weird for having albums with just 1 or 2 songs per side….they don’t get it, and hopefully never will.

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  14. al-Ameda says:

    @bill:

    @al-Ameda: my kids think i’m weird for having albums with just 1 or 2 songs per side….they don’t get it, and hopefully never will.

    So true! I mean the Allman Brothers, did a 30 minute jam on Donovan’s “There is a Mountain.”
    It helped to be high when you listened to that – I know, I was ‘there’.

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