Skylar Deleon Killed People With a Yacht. Update: Jury Says, “Death to All Power Rangers!”

 Or, apparently, killed some people on a yacht. And I thought it was a case of “murder by yacht”. That would be worthy of your interest. This is just kinda Milli-Vanilli sad.
Probably Not Skylare Deleon, But a Power Ranger None-the-less.
Probably Not Skylare Deleon, But a Power Ranger None-the-less.

Skylar Deleon used to be a Power Ranger. He used to fight for good. Apparently, all that changed and he and his pregant wife and some folks conspired to murder some rich people with a yacht. Good thinking, Skylar! What a great way to get out of a dire financial situation. Goofball.

This is Skylar Deleon. And his murderous wife, Jennifer. This was probably her idea. Its always the woman, provoking man to evil. Adam and Eve. Thats all Im saying.

This is Skylar Deleon. And his murderous wife, Jennifer. This was probably her idea. It's always the woman, provoking man to evil. Adam and Eve. That's all I'm saying.

Bumped Update (11/7/08): Jury Hands down a Death Sentence for Skylar. He should have kept fighting for justice. He was the star of Power Rangers, you know. He actually helped create the show. Plus, at one time he was a real life super-hero. And ran for president of the United States. Almost won. And he was one thousand feet tall. And had a big blue Ox named ‘Murder One’.

Update: TruTV Did a show on the Skylar Deleon Case. You want full information, check that, and Wikipedia on Skylar Deleon. Okay. My work is done here.

Update2: Skylar Deleon was not technically a Power Ranger. He was an extra on the show once. Not even a speaking part. He was not literally a Power Ranger, except possibly at Halloween. And people on the internet are very concerned that the “record be set straight” on that issue. But it’s not because they are fanboys without lives or anything. It’s because they are utterly and completely clueless. I mean, it’s breathtaking. Now, back to the original post . . .

Again, you are searching for the “commercial paper“. In short, commercial paper is an unsecured promissory note with a fixed maturity of one to 270 days. Banks trade them to other banks and businessess to keep the business world afloat, and when there’s no commercial paper, and businesses and banks are used to doing business with easily borrowed money, business stops and bad things happen to the economy. Or it becomes more expensive to do business, and businesses have to find more expensive ways to get money. As an individual or a small business, there ain’t no commercial paper for you. There never was and there never will be. Go away. There ya go. Glad to help.

You’re also searching about your right to vote. How very civic minded of you, Internets. You’re also searching a lot on “presidential debate oct 7“. I’m so glad that you’re participating in our participatory Democracy. Vote for the ticket with the hot chick on it. That’s all I’m saying.

You’re also searching for Margaret Haddican McEnroe.

Margaret Haddican-McEnroe is Missing. Find her, and youll get some money.
Margaret Haddican-McEnroe is Missing. Find her, and you’ll get some money.

She’s been missing since October, 2006. Good luck to them, and you Internets. It’s bad when someone goes missing, but 2 years is a long time to be gone.

Finally, a good place to get medical supplies. Cuz I work with ’em. There ya go.

Laterz, Internets.

31 Responses to “Skylar Deleon Killed People With a Yacht. Update: Jury Says, “Death to All Power Rangers!””


  1. 1 hey dumb shit October 21, 2008 at 4:04 am

    “At age 14, he appeared in a *non-speaking part* in the series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, which aired May 4, 1994. Unable to remember lines, Deleon’s acting career faltered as an adult.” He was an extra on the show, not a Power Ranger. Do your fucking research idiot.

  2. 2 memetrics October 21, 2008 at 11:36 am

    First, I ain’t the one all interested in effin’ Skylar Deleon. That’s you, fanboy. If you’re proud to be a Power Ranger’s fanboy, I hope you’re very pretty dancing around in your skin-tight Power Rangers suit.

    And nothing I said contradicted any of that. I was more concerned with the part where, you know, he killed people on a yacht. You want to spend a lot of time thinking about 14 year old boys and Power Rangers, that’s up to you. I think I’ll pass.

    And let’s watch our language, okay?

  3. 3 John October 21, 2008 at 4:03 pm

    1st comment is right!
    You said “Skylar Deleon used to be a Power Ranger.” This is an incorrect statement, as he was only an extra on 1 episode. I’m not a Power Ranger fan, just someone who knows how to read a news article and use a search bar.

    Your comments make this murderer out to be something he never was. If you are going to post about a topic, please research and make sure you have all the correct facts.

  4. 4 Chris October 21, 2008 at 4:27 pm

    It isn’t about being a fanboy. It’s about having some sort of intergrity. You basically lied for the sake of having a hook. Even if the rest of your story was true, it’s all been cheapened by your sorry attempt at being clever.

  5. 5 memetrics October 21, 2008 at 5:36 pm

    Jeeze, you peoples are clueless. It’s not a frickin’ lie. It’s called creative license. You people really need to get over yourselves. I’m what you call “opinion journalism”. Less journalism, more opinion. There are links to every frackin’ thing you can ever want to know about Skylar Deleon.

    Nothing is ever “cheapened” in my attempts to be clever, and my being clever is never “sorry”. It is always clever. More clever than you people, if you ask me.

    If you don’t get it, that’s sad for you. The things you peoples obsess over. You are really strange, you know that?

    Not to be offensive to my beloved Internets, but you folks commenting on this story are incredible dense. Densely dense. That you can’t get the point of the post is making me stupider by reading what you wrote.

    I’m not changing the post. You people don’t get it, it’s your loss for being stupid about it. I mean, seriously, you may not how to use the search bar but I’m not sure you know how to read.

    I got a post I just did today that explains how Will Smith is Pregnant and Jennifer Aniston is Gay. Do you not get that? Do you think I’m lying about Will Smith being pregnant? Or is it just poorly researched? Do I need to use my search bar to find out that Will Smith isn’t preggers?

    Sheesh. Goobers. All of ya. Big fat chocolate covered peanuts. Ooops. Is that “another lie”? Well, I tell ya what, I think it was sufficiently researched.

    Humorless, internets. Go back to your morbid searches for murderers, dead people, crime victims and tasteless porn.

    And yes, you’re all fanboys, dressed up in your Power Rangers suits while you type your angry missives explaining how you can’t understand plain English to me. Learn to think and come back sometime. Then you will appreciate the brilliance of the Memetrics.

  6. 6 Eric October 21, 2008 at 6:27 pm

    Hi there, for your information Eve was deceived by the serpent. Adam was around when it happened – “she also gave some to her husband, who was WITH her, and he ate it” (Genesis 3:6). Adam KNEW what was happening but he didnt stop Eve. Eve sinned unknowingly – she was deceived. But Adam sinned knowingly. So please don’t go saying things like how women lead men to do evil things…it’s not always true.

  7. 7 memetrics October 21, 2008 at 7:08 pm

    Eric: heh. Course. Important part is Genesis 3:7: “Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they knew that they were naked” . . . what a world it would be if we didn’t know when people were naked.

    Anyhoo, there’s a reason the serpent went to the woman. Dude wasn’t going to be beguiled into wrongdoing by a serpent. The Devil’s way to a man’s heart is through a woman.

    Mark my words.

  8. 8 Someone with a Sense of Humor October 21, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    Hey, memetrics.

    I just wanted to give a different type of comment here and say I found your article very much amusing! I didn’t care that it wasn’t researched and I enjoyed it. I found a humorous twist on things and I just wanted to let you know that SOMEONE out there in the world apreciated your journalism.

    And to the guy who quoted the Bible:

    [Genesis 3:6] And when the woman saw that the tree was good (suitable, pleasant) for food and that it was delightful to look at, and a tree to be desired in order to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate; and she gave some also to her husband, and he ate.

    It all depends at which version you are looking at. As you can see, this says nothing of him being with her, so now what?

    Anyway, back to you memetrics. Thanks for this article. Be sure to write more.

  9. 9 memetrics October 21, 2008 at 7:57 pm

    Someone: Thankee, English. I appreciate your appreciation. I’ll keep a doing it. I know malcontents love to critique. It’s about all they know how to do.

    It ain’t a matter of research. I wasn’t asserting Skylar Deleon was like an important Power Ranger or sumtin’. It just made a juxtaposition. And not to make light of murderin’ bastidges so much, but there’s plenty of rock-solid serious coverage of the heinous Skylar Deleon and his evil misdeeds out there–I link to plenty of it.

    Someone understands the difference between commentary and news. Hallelujah! Thank you, Someone!

  10. 10 Someone with a Sense Of Humor October 21, 2008 at 8:25 pm

    It was my pleasure, my friend!

    I just got sick of reading “you’re wrong”, “you’re wrong”, so many times. What wasn’t said was, “I think you are wrong.” I can only assume you would respond to that seperately? Opinion, people. Opinion. It is what makes the beautiful U.S.A. the most F’d up country of them all. With other cultures fighting for us to “respect” their culture and churches fighting to create this republic into a theocracy, opinion is what makes this country unique. I LOVE THIS COUNTRY, EVEN IN ALL ITS INSTAILITY AND CHAOS!!!!!!

    So, I say again, OPINION!

    I thank memetrics for expressing it.

    And I give everyone else props for attempting to express it, even though they were acting like their view was the almighty answer, even though we all knew what they were trying to say…

    I’ll be stopping by frequently, memetrics. See ya around! =]

  11. 11 memetrics October 21, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    See ya, Humorous. Folks who say, “Hey, ya know, Skylar Deleon wasn’t actually one of the Power Rangers, and it sounds like that is what you’re saying” would naturally get an entirely different response from me than people who say “Hey Dumb Shizzle, you got everything wrong, and you’re fat and ugly”. They demand a different caliber of witty repartee.

    You got a blog, Humorful? I’ll blogroll ya. 😉

    Opinion, indeed! I coulda deleted all the slanderous commentary about my opinionism, but did I? Thought about editing out the profanity–and I usually will if it’s directed at anybody other than me–but other than that, yah, free expression makes the world go ’round.

    Tho, I confess, when I first dashed off this little post about Skylar Deleon, I didn’t think it’d get as much attention as it did, and most of the attention came 10 days after I originally posted. So, go figure.

  12. 12 your ridiculous October 22, 2008 at 7:43 pm

    he wasn’t the red ranger. he was an extra. im not trying to fight. im just to give the guy’s real background.

  13. 13 memetrics October 23, 2008 at 11:58 am

    You sure? Maybe he was the red ranger? You don’t know. He could have been. He might have been a power ranger in real life. Or Spiderman.

    Thanks for your comment and have a nice day.

  14. 14 Someone with a Sense Of Humor October 24, 2008 at 12:01 am

    Ridiculous~

    I, the all powerful Humor, have officially declared you “illiterate”. I suggest you “read up” on the comments before you post something.

    And I agree with Memetrics, he could have been! You never know? Spiderman is always a possibility…

    Skyler Deleon…A.K.A. Peter Parker

    Everyone has alias’, like me: Someone with a Sense of Humor A.K.A. – The only other sane person commenting on this blog.

    ———————————————————————

    On a completely different note:

    No, memetrics, I don’t have a blog. I just happened to find yours and was quite amused by it =]

    Secondly, I’m taking a Political Science class and we were assigned to find at least 5 media sources and report on them. I am here to tell you, your blog is my internet source. Be proud! =P

  15. 15 memetrics October 24, 2008 at 1:12 am

    Mostly sane people commenting on the Anne Pressly story. Prayers and well-wishes. I respect that. I don’t know what caused the uptick in the Skylar Deleon story, but it’s gotten more hits than every other blog post I’ve done combined (so far–this blog ain’t quite a month old yet. I’ve got a few other blogs, but nothing I keep posting to quite so often). I guess I’m glad the 30k worth of people who peeped it didn’t feel the need to throw in their opinion of his not-being-a-power-ranger-ness.

    Poli-sci, huh? I bet your prof will love my saying Obama is a communist, and that Sarah Palin is God’s gift to little green apples. I understand channeling the ghost of Ronald Reagan goes over real good in poli-sci classes. 😉

    Half-naked chicks should go over well. And stories about Alyson Hannigan. Not to mention my frequent typos and creative license with the Anglo-Saxonish lingua-franca, to mix our European heritage around a bit.

    Best of luck with your scientific politics.

  16. 16 Someone with a Sense Of Humor October 24, 2008 at 7:01 pm

    I see, well, I found your blog through this story. I was trying to figure out who the hellz Skylar was. I’ll admit it… I watched the original Power Rangers when I was younger…frackin’ loved it to death, wanted to be one, etc., etc. Needless to say, I didn’t remember him so I looked it up, found your blog, laughed my a$$ off and am here to say. Any questions? haha

    Sidenote: 30,000? …that is a lot of non-complaining people…I see a glimspe of hope in this generations future!!! Oh, wait….it’s gone.

    As per PoliSci, I’m hoping if my teacher looks at this site he reads it and goes, “Hmm,” and moves on. What would be even more interesting if he reads the comments and sees us talking about this…

    …in which case, YOU JUST TOLD HIM ABOUT THE OTHER STUFF ON THIS SITE!!! Meh, oh well, just in case he’s reading this: …Hi.

  17. 17 Over Opinion. November 8, 2008 at 1:35 am

    Opinion Journalism is a joke – and more in the sense of a bombastic attempt at humor, that falters to nothing more then a decaying article of debauchery.
    The problem is, you people throw, “it’s my opinion” to make “fact” of nothing more then the absence of it!
    Opinion is defined as “a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty” (Princeton) ergo opinion journalism is “…journalism that makes no claim of objectivity” (Princeton) and for those of you who don’t know, objectivity is “quality in writing characterized by the absence of the author’s opinion or feeling about the subject matter” (Princeton)

    Essentially, if your going to be criticized for making misleading claims, you should correct them, because your humor, or attempt at this “juxtaposition” was wrong. Because most people know, Juxtaposition is an act of comparing two things, when normally unassociated ideas, words, or phrases are placed next to one another.

    As you see, your juxtaposition is wrong. Dead wrong.

    “You sure? Maybe he was the red ranger? You don’t know. He could have been. He might have been a power ranger in real life. Or Spiderman.” This is childish at best. I mean, again, the faulting opinion journalist doesn’t quite understand what his own work is meant to be. Your much more of a tabloid reporter, eagerly linking things of little to no relevance, or distorting truth to convey what? Obscene juxtaposition?

    This is nothing more then Yellow journalism. Which “is a pejorative reference to journalism that features scandal-mongering, sensationalism, or other unethical or unprofessional practices by news media organizations or journalist” (Princeton)

    By the way, Yellow Journalism, AKA Tabloid.

    Don’t attack those who defend the truth, or defend malpractice with a form of humor you cant attain. You yellow journalists are retired.

  18. 18 memetrics November 8, 2008 at 4:50 am

    Opinion Journalism is a joke – and more in the sense of a bombastic attempt at humor, that falters to nothing more then a decaying article of debauchery.

    Joke as in funny ha-ha, or funny as in the “I think I feel funny” right before you barf?

    Debauchery? Hell, yeah!

    The problem is, you people throw, “it’s my opinion” to make “fact” of nothing more then the absence of it!

    Really? Is that what we’re doing?

    Essentially, if your going to be criticized for making misleading claims, you should correct them, because your humor, or attempt at this “juxtaposition” was wrong. Because most people know, Juxtaposition is an act of comparing two things, when normally unassociated ideas, words, or phrases are placed next to one another.

    Someone apparently started hitting the bong early this evening. Party on, dude. Party on.

    This is childish at best.

    Thanks. I work hard to hold onto that child like sense of wonder.

    Your much more of a tabloid reporter, eagerly linking things of little to no relevance, or distorting truth to convey what? Obscene juxtaposition?

    What exactly are you worried about, drive by critic? Start your own blog.

    This is nothing more then Yellow journalism. Which “is a pejorative reference to journalism that features scandal-mongering, sensationalism, or other unethical or unprofessional practices by news media organizations or journalist” (Princeton)

    You mean, like the New York Times? Pretty rarefied air I’m breathing, then, if that’s the company I’m keeping.

    By the way, Yellow Journalism, AKA Tabloid.

    Thanks. I’m glad you noticed. Most of the bozos didn’t seem to.

    Don’t attack those who defend the truth, or defend malpractice with a form of humor you cant attain. You yellow journalists are retired.

    Can’t is a contraction of cannot, and has an apostrophe in it, college boy.

    I’ll attack whoever the frump I want to. You are welcome to do the same–why, you’re doing it already. Hypocrite. Physician, heal thy own serious venereal disease before advising me on mine.

    And I’m not a frickin’ yellow journalist, crackwash. It’s called a “blog”. It’s a new thing all the kids are doing these days. Have you heard of it?

    Sheesh. You people. Well, at least it’s nice to know there are people who seriously need to get a life even more than I do. And that’s saying something, Internetz.

    Thanks for playing. Lay off the bong for a while.

  19. 19 Over Opinion. November 8, 2008 at 8:24 am

    Oh! Insults! I guess I rattled your cage! Then again, the irony of insults is that it is conveyed in the form of a compliment I mean, you did after-all point out the one grammatical fault I wrote.
    But. I; gu:ess that mea’ns i was” right#?1 HA* HA$

    “I’ll attack whoever the frump I want to. You are welcome to do the same–why, you’re doing it already. Hypocrite”
    I’m not a hypocrite – I’m pointing out your errors. I didn’t say you couldn’t attack me. You did. You failed to come up with a reasonable response. Perhaps my “college boy” words are being lost on you? After all you, you don’t understand juxtaposition, hypocrite, blog and apparently wrong. I mean, settle down, I just pointed out all your flaws and instead you reply with this laughable response, that seems to vent childish because “It’s a new thing all the kids are doing these days”. Yes, Kids. Ergo: Childish. Am I right? Of course I am.

    Seeing as you don’t like it when things are brazenly against you, in this ‘cone of opinion’ I will point out the irony of you thundering your critics as “fanboys without lives” when you’re blogging around on the internet (presenting yellow journalism in your blogs and trying to pass it off as something far more funnier), which is considered to be equally lifeless. Oh and yes, things still go against you:

    “By the way, Yellow Journalism, AKA Tabloid.
    Thanks. I’m glad you noticed. Most of the bozos didn’t seem to.”
    -So this is yellow journalism?

    However,

    “And I’m not a frickin’ yellow journalist, crackwash.”
    -You can’t even convince yourself what your work is.

    Yes, adding salt in your wounds is much funnier.

    So call your work for what is it… “failed attempts of sophisticated humor resulting in yellow journalism” And when the critics correct you, pay attention.

    By the way, I hope you seek medical attention for that serious venereal disease you suffer from.

  20. 20 memetrics November 8, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    Oh! Insults! I guess I rattled your cage! Then again, the irony of insults is that it is conveyed in the form of a compliment I mean, you did after-all point out the one grammatical fault I wrote.
    But. I; gu:ess that mea’ns i was” right#?1 HA* HA$

    You is right when you agree with me. When you don’t agree with me, you is wrong. It ain’t complicated.

    I’m not a hypocrite – I’m pointing out your errors.

    I have made zero errors. None. Ever. So that’s your first mistake.

    You failed to come up with a reasonable response.

    I’m responding at a level of excess coolness to anything you’ve come up with. So, three or four or twenty times better than you is good enough for me.

    You can’t even convince yourself what your work is.

    I know exactly what it is, dingus. You’re the one who is too dense to get it.

    And when the critics correct you, pay attention.

    Now, why in the world would I do that?

    By the way, I hope you seek medical attention for that serious venereal disease you suffer from.

    Well, now, you’re not that bad.

    Am I right? Of course I am.

    I thought I already explained this, college boy. When you agree with me and acknowledge my brilliance, you are right. When you do not, you are wrong. It’s not complicated. Even someone with your mental molecular density should be able to get it.

    Thanks for playing. Go practice a bit, and maybe you’ll get better. Then you’ll be able to hold your own. Laterz, Internetz.

  21. 21 nazz November 10, 2008 at 10:13 am

    yhaaa ben çok üzüldüm açıkcası çoçukluğumda hiç kaçırmadan izlediğim power rangers kahramanı şimdi gerçek hayatta katil henüz 18 yaşındayım ve bunun olması beni çok üzdü hiç unutmadığım bir çizgi diziydi çünkü keşke olsada islesem diodum ama şimdi böle bi haberle karşılaşınca şok oldum büyük hayal kırıklığı doğrusu…

  22. 22 memetrics November 10, 2008 at 12:46 pm

    Um. Yeah. What you said, nazz. Thanks for coming by. Sorry I can’t read what you wrote. And I’m too lazy to try to find an online translator.

    Peace.

  23. 23 Someone with a Sense Of Humor November 13, 2008 at 7:50 pm

    Over Opinion~

    Throwing around your definitions like a machine gun does not in any way credit what you are saying. The mere fact you are telling him his work isn’t funny is, in fact, YOUR opinion.

    I on the other hand find it rather assuming and you telling him that he doesn’t know what he is writing is utter nonsense. Out of all of us, he is the only one who can truly identify his style. There are plenty of concepts in the world that you can’t tack a word, phrase, or definition to so put down your god forsaken Princeton dictionary and let the man write whatever he wants, regardless of it’s oscillating style of yellow journalism and opinion journalism and I’m suppose I should really throwin there “alleged” since you seem to be the only one suggesting it.

    And now for a non sequitur: Stop saying “Ergo” … it is making you look like more of a stuck up literalist then you probably actually are. Perhaps, you are just giving off that vibe?

    May I suggest just going out and getting laid?

  24. 24 memetrics November 13, 2008 at 9:54 pm

    Yeah, getting laid is awesome. I remember what that was like. Before marriage. Fair warning to you single guys out there. Just saying.

    Over Opinion is gone. He ain’t coming back. I’d bet 75 cents on it.

    BTW, tabloid journalism and yellow journalism are not synomous, and, frankly, I’m more of an opinion-editorial-aggregator. With hot chicks thrown in.

    Laterz, Internetz.

  25. 25 JesusSucks April 11, 2009 at 8:07 am

    You are a total cunt. Sorry, I couldn’t dress it up any better than that. You’re an illiterate over-opinionated fucking douchebag.

    Don’t call yourself an editor or journalist. Don’t think you’re clever. You’re a fucking scumbag. A sad little blogger who thinks he has something to say. You stupid fucking sad little cunt.

  26. 26 Memetrics April 11, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    Jeeze. On the other hand, you’re totally awesome. Seriously, I’ve entirely rethought my life now. You’re so right–and such a rational, well-constructed argument you put forward, as well. You are da man. Seriously.

    Thanks so much for stopping by.

  27. 27 K.Ann April 14, 2009 at 4:26 am

    You may choice to defend your writing stating that this is ‘your opinion’; consequently, you now have to encounter the negative opinions that your blog has provoked. My opinion on your blog is this:

    The comment that you posted along with the picture of the two suspects is utterly disrespectful and rude to all women. You stated:

    This is Skylar Deleon. And his murderous wife, Jennifer. This was probably her idea. It’s always the woman, provoking man to evil. Adam and Eve. That’s all I’m saying.

    To assume that women are the prime source to any flawed judgement made by men is simply moronic portraying yourself as a misogynist. If this is your truthful personal opinion on women, good luck in the real world where you cannot hide behind your computer screen. This outlook on women is outdated and sheds light on you personally; ultimately providing an insult about yourself in your own blog.

  28. 28 Memetrics April 14, 2009 at 12:31 pm

    K.Ann,

    You can’t be serious. Well, I suppose you can. But one might argue your utter lack of any kind of sense of humor, or perspective, not to mention your ultra-thin skin and general hyper-sensitivity “sheds light on you personally”.

    But . . . there ya go. Another woman, trying to provoke me to evil. Get thee behind me, Succubus.

    BTW, if you’re always wandering around the real world (or, as I like to call it, “meatspace”), on the defensive and ready to be offended, good luck to you. Sweetheart. 😉

  29. 29 Mike December 3, 2009 at 1:25 pm

    ya’ll power ranger fans need to grow up, grow a pair get a girl friend lose your virginity something that will make you turn off your tv, and start being a productive part of society. You all are the same wasted space in life like Skyar Deleon and other waisted existences. I think you wrote a good blog dude, don’t pay any attention to those little boys that still live in their parents basement playing with their pokemon and magic cards.

  30. 30 big gaping holes July 10, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    Your means of telling everything in this article is actually fastidious,
    every one be capable of easily know it, Thanks a lot.


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