Saturday, June 2, 2012

Keep Georgia College Student Celia Alchemy Savage Away From Your Toilet




Cornelia, Georgia

Ok, when it comes to Georgia college student Celia Alchemy Savage, I am a little confused.

Her Facebook profile features various photos of her in “glamorous mode,” combined with other photos of her in “Rambo mode.” Don’t quite understand the two opposing personalities, but then again, she’s a woman, right? I was digging both, and even ok with her blowing-up a toilet on YouTube. And then, I saw the final photo, an official oral herpes mugshot. That pretty much killed it for me.

Anyway, it looks like society will be clear of possible contraction from for a while, as police have secured her behind bars. Federal agents stormed her rural home in Cornelia and allegedly discovered a collection of illegal weapons, explosives, firearms and drugs.

But when confronted about the unusual stash of explosives, she reportedly had no remorse, simply stating: 'It's my hobby to blow things up.' In fact, her Facebook page confirmed her love for explosions, as well as her lack of love for law enforcement.

'I despise all law enforcement and any governing authority,' she writes. 'I am not one for selective targeting but mass destruction.'

It is not clear exactly what led police to raid the explosive-loving, bang-me-pump-wearing, recreational pot and meth user, but her father insists her behavior is healthy.

He shared his daughter's distaste for law enforcement, saying they should be left to themselves.

'I think everybody ought to be able to stay on their property, do whatever the heck they want to,' he said.

'I wish the government would stay out of her business or my business or whoever's.'

The formal charges state she was in possession of a firearm or destructive device not registered to her and was in possession of a firearm while being an unlawful user of a controlled substance.

She told U.S. district Court Judge Susan Cole that she could not afford to hire an attorney and has been assigned a public defender.