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November 21, 2009 at 3:31 pm

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November 21, 2009 at 1:39 pm

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Fred Tokars: Murder for hire

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Fred Tokars. Have you ever heard of him? If you live in the Atlanta area, there’s a big chance that you have. Tokars used to be a lawyer who was involved in criminal activities such as money laundering and racketeering but what makes him interesting to me is the fact that when his wife discovered his criminal life, he paid for a hitman to kill her in front of his own two sons. That kind of mind is very interesting to me because the act is so cold-blooded that it just defies my understanding.

The crime.

Sara Tokars was arriving home from Florida with her two sons in the backseat of the car. When she got there, she found a stranger waiting. He forced her into the back of the car and drove off with all three. Then he stopped the vehicle, shot Sara in the head and ran away leaving the two little boys covered in blood. They were able to walk to a nearby house and get help.

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Right away Fred Tokars was a suspect in his wife’s murder. The police learned of marital problems – Sara had told family members that Fred was often angry and temperamental and she suspected that he was involved with a very bad crowd of people . Her sister stated that Sara had called her and said that she had found proof of Fred’s activities but she would not tell her more over the phone . She also said she had found a way to divorce Fred and keep custody of the boys .

Tokars himself made police and Sara’s family even more suspicious .  After her death he was uncooperative and he bemoaned the loss of his lifestyle , not the loss of his partner or the tragedy that his kids had suffered . He attempted suicide because he said he was depressed . Then police discovered that there was a life insurance for Sara in the amount of $1.7 million . Fred was the sole beneficiary .

Police began looking at Fred’s business associates and soon discovered a shady character by the name of Eddie Lawrence who was arrested on bad check charges .  At first he denied any involvement in the murder but later – several months later – confessed that he had offered his secretary’s brother Curtis Rower $5000 to get rid of  “a white lady”.

He had dropped Curtis off at Tokar’s house where Curtis waited for her until she got home with the boys .

Tokars had insisted that the boys remain unharmed but that Sara be shot in the head to make sure she was dead .

He was arrested and convicted of money laundering , racketeering , kidnapping and murder for hire . He received four life sentences without the possibility of parole .

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November 20, 2009 at 6:45 pm

5 things to consider before having a baby

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Today I want to write about a topic that has actually been on my mind for quite a while – I just haven’t gotten around to writing about it. I want to write about some of the things to be aware of when you have a child with a person from a different culture and before I start writing, I just wanted to clear that this entry is not about claiming that the Western way of raising kids – or my own way of raising kids – is the only right way. I merely want to state some things that it’s good to consider before you have your first child with a foreign partner.

Let’s take such a thing as medicine to start with. In the Western world a lot of us don’t consider it a problem to give our kids  medication for headaches or transport sickness or any other ailment along the way but in some cultures people do not give medicine to kids and it’s always good to have a discussion about this. How are you going to handle it when your child has a fever? Do you medicate or do you not medicate?

Another thing that might be a challenge is your child’s eating habits. How does your partner feel about candy, for example? If your partner is Muslim, he or she will more than likely expect the child to eat only Halal food. How do you feel about that?

Then there’s the subject of in-laws. In the Western world, we do tend to like our in-laws and do our best to get on well with them but at the same time, we have very clear boundaries for them. We don’t expect our own parents to have a major say in the way we choose to raise our kids but in some culture,s families are much more integrated and everybody has a say in raising the children. That’s another thing you need to consider. If the in-laws come to visit , they might want to stay for weeks or even months at a time . Can you live with that ?

Think about dating. In some cultures girls are not allowed to date even when they reach their teens whereas different rules apply for boys. You on the other hand might think it’s perfectly natural for teenage girls to wear makeup and go out with boys. That’s another thing to talk about.

The last thing I am going to mention is birthdays. In some cultures birthdays for children are only celebrated until they reach their teens and then it stops whereas we in the Western world continue to make a big deal about birthdays even into adulthood.

I’m not trying to discourage you from having babies with a foreigner or somebody with a different culture than you; it’s just my experience that it’s better to have a huge amount of discussions before the child is born because no matter what, you’re going to need to compromise – both of you. If you are both unwilling to let go of certain traditions and beliefs about child rearing, you’re likely to run into a whole bunch of trouble.

Sit down with your partner and discuss your expectations 🙂

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November 20, 2009 at 5:44 pm

A Golden Offer

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So I was surfing around online and stumbled across this awesome site for gold enthusiasts: Gold Coins Gain – An Aurum Advisors Website.

Golden egg in shipping crate, , elevated view, close-up

And who are these people, you ask?

They’re a bunch of amazing metal asset managers! If you’re interested in making your assets grow, you can call them up and get a free Gold Guide. Stop searching all over the place for someone to buy your gold or a way to turn your gold coins into cash – these people will do it for you.

And why am I writing about this?

Because it’s nice to dream sometimes. Boy, do I wish I had a bunch of gold coins laying around – I’d drop everything, call these guys’n’girls up and make a sweet deal. The truth is I will probably never need this kind of service but I have a feeling that this here blog is FLOODED with rich people phone So if you’re sitting on a bunch of gold – let’s say you use your gold for a couch or something – and you wanna get some cash out of it instead, go visit

By the way, this is also the place to go to buy Bullion Gold Coins. Go and check them out, they are so beautiful.

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November 20, 2009 at 4:27 pm

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View Kurt’s publicity shots

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To view the full album of Kurt’s publicity shots, please click “Se fuldt album”.

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November 20, 2009 at 2:14 pm

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Red Shirt – Join now!

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 Red  Shirt
If  the red shirt thing is new to you, read below  how it went for a man…

Last  week, while traveling to  Chicago  on business, I  noticed a Marine sergeant traveling with a  folded flag, but did not put two and two  together..

After we boarded our flight, I  turned to the sergeant, who’d been invited to  sit in First Class (across from me), and  inquired if he was heading home.

No, he  responded.
Heading out I asked?

No.  I’m escorting a soldier home.

Going to  pick him up?

No. He is with me right now.  He was killed in  Iraq  , I’m taking him home to  his family.

The realization of what he  had been asked to do hit me like a punch to the  gut.. It was an honor for him. He told me that,  although he didn’t know the soldier, he had  delivered the news of his passing to the  soldier’s family and felt as if he knew them  after many conversations in so few days. 

I turned back to him, extended my hand,  and said, Thank you Thank you for doing what  you do so my family and I can do what we do. 

Upon landing in Chicago the pilot  stopped short of the gate and made the following  announcement over the intercom.

“Ladies  and gentlemen, I would like to note that we have  had the honor of having Sergeant Steeley of the  United States Marine Corps join us on this  flight He is escorting a fallen comrade back  home to his family. I ask that you please remain  in your seats when we open the forward door to  allow Sergeant Steeley to deplane and receive  his fellow soldier. We will then turn off the  seat belt sign.”

Without a sound, all  went as requested. I noticed the sergeant  saluting the casket as it was brought off the  plane, and his action made me realize that I am  proud to be an American.

So here’s a  public Thank You to our military Men and Women  for what you do so we can live the way we  do.

Red Fridays.

Very soon, you  will see a great many people wearing Red every  Friday. The reason? Americans who support our  troops used to be called the “silent majority.”  We are no longer silent, and are voicing our  love for God, country and home in record  breaking numbers. We are not organized,  boisterous or overbearing.

Many  Americans, like you, me and all our friends,  simply want to recognize that the vast majority  of America supports our troops. Our idea of  showing solidarity and support for our troops  with dignity and respect starts this Friday —  and continues each and every Friday until the  troops all come home, sending a deafening  message that … Every red-blooded American who  supports our men and women a far, will wear  something red.

By word of mouth, press,  TV — let’s make the United States on every  Friday a sea of red much like a homecoming  football game in the bleachers. If every one of  us who loves this country will share this with  acquaintances, coworkers, friends, and family,  it will not be long before the USA is covered in  RED and it will let our troops know the once  “silent” majority is on their side more than  ever, certainly more than the media lets  on.

The first thing a soldier says when  asked “What can we do to make things better for  you?” is. “We need your support and your  prayers.” Let’s get the word out and lead with  class and dignity, by example, and wear  something red every Friday.


This post was written by Kurt Moore Larson and these opinions do NOT reflect those of his fellow Blogger. However, this blog belongs to both of us 😉 

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November 20, 2009 at 1:19 pm

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My brother’s comment about your video has vanished so I am just posting it here for ya:

Awesome! Really like the hat 🙂 I think Zappa would have liked it.


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November 20, 2009 at 11:53 am

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Studying about Bundy for an essay – here you are!

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Hi everyone, we’ve had a comment which unfortunately doesn’t show because we had to change our comment system but here it is:

thanks im doing an esa for school on him you gave me so new info if you post anything about ted bundy or charels manson that whould be great!!!

I certainly will ! Actually I have written a lot about Ted Bundy and I wanna direct you to a couple of the articles I wrote:

What is a psychopath?  Read here.

Where to find serial killer info online. Read here.

Burn, Bundy, Burn – On the twentieth anniversary of Ted Bundy’s execution. Read here.

I have never written about Charles Manson because he wasn’t really a serial killer and I never found him that interesting – but I hope you can use these links to study more for your essay.

Thanks for your nice comment!

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November 20, 2009 at 11:49 am