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Moron of the week
#31
Securb Wrote:So who are you calling the morons the fake doctor or the dumb broads that got their pussy's probed at a U-Haul facility.

The dumb broads...what a bunch of fucking airheads. How dumb do you have to be to not think that was suspicious?
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#32
Naked Man Rescued From Porta-Potty

Man Called 911 From The Toilet's Holding Tank; Rescue Workers Had To Cut Him Out

(AP) Rescue crews had to cut apart a portable toilet to rescue a man who got stuck naked inside the potty.

Authorities say 31-year-old Shannon Hunter, of Lebanon, Pa., used his cell phone to call 911 on Sunday from inside a portable toilet.

Police say Hunter had been drinking and had taken off his clothes. Somehow, he immersed himself in the holding tank.

Deputy fire commissioner Chris Miller told WPMT-TV, "I've been on the job in one form or fashion for 21 years, and this is the first port-a-potty rescue I've ever had."

Police charged Hunter with public drunkenness and creating a health code violation, but they have no idea why he was in the toilet with his clothes off. They say he didn't suffer any serious injuries.
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#33
Mmm PA..... DR your real name wouldnt be Shannon is it?
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#34
Speng Wrote:The dumb broads...what a bunch of fucking airheads. How dumb do you have to be to not think that was suspicious?


Shhhhhh, they'll start to figure out the TMR broom closet isn't a fertility clinic.
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#35
Securb Wrote:So who are you calling the morons the fake doctor or the dumb broads that got their pussy's probed at a U-Haul facility. It is like that time I was at the bus station and a guy wanted to give me a prostate exam and hernia check, I got the feeling he wasn't a real doctor.

How ironic is it that we met again later in life on a forum.
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#36
Securb Wrote:Mmm PA..... DR your real name wouldnt be Shannon is it?

nope, but you can call me Shirley.
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#37
Delivery driver runs over Danville boys

http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_9575109

DANVILLE — Two 15-year-old boys are recovering from serious injuries after they were run over by a newspaper delivery driver who did not see them sleeping in the street near their homes early Friday morning, police said.

The boys, identified by a family member of one as Kevin Blessum and Wesley Lakis, told police they were "stargazing" as they lay on a blanket on Ashland Court when they fell asleep, Danville police Sgt. Phillip Wisotsky said.

A delivery driver, working for both the Contra Costa Times and the San Francisco Chronicle, entered Ashland Court about 3:25 a.m. and drove over both boys.

Blessum suffered a bruised spleen, punctured lungs, some internal bleeding and third-degree burns on his back, according to police and his mother, Collette Blessum. Lakis suffered bruises and abrasions, police said.

Collette Blessum said Friday afternoon that her son's internal bleeding has stopped and doctors hope to transfer her son out of ICU.

The boys told police they were lying next to a parked car in front of a neighbor's house when they were run over.

The newspaper delivery driver, a 34-year-old woman, told police she entered Ashland Court from the opposite side of the street. She told police she didn't see the boys before she drove over them with her Nissan Sentra, Wisotsky said.

When she felt a bump, she stopped, pinning the boys between the car's axles. The woman said she rushed to a nearby house to call 9-1-1.

Fire crews had to extricate the boys from underneath the car.

The woman declined to talk to the Times about the incident.

Hannah Rossiter, 18, who lives next door, said she came home about 3 a.m. and noticed the boys sleeping outside. Rossiter said it was out of the ordinary, but it was not the first time.

"Them and other kids have slept outside before," Rossiter said. "They did it last summer."

Another neighbor, Dominic Williams, 12, said he and a friend heard Blessum and Lakis outside skateboarding with other teens earlier Thursday night.

Renne Rogers, a friend of both families, said the boys often would bring out benches and skate for hours. She said the school year had just ended and the pair were probably just enjoying the summer night.

"They're boys who love the outdoors," Rogers said. "I would guess that it was not their intent to sleep out there."

Wisotsky said the incident is being classified as an accident.

"This is not a criminal case in a sense that there was no intent," Wisotsky said.

Both the driver and the boys, however, could be cited for violations of the vehicle code.

"It looks like there is shared responsibility," Wisotsky said. "Pedestrians need to stay on the sidewalk and cannot lay on the streets. Drivers need to be aware of these surroundings when they are driving. ... Further action will depend on who's most at fault."
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#38
that one will tie up the courts for a while....
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#39
Woman, 52, sues Victoria's Secret, claims injury from defective thong

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/yea...rets1.html

JUNE 17--As she was attempting to put on a Victoria's Secret thong, a Los Angeles woman claims that a decorative metallic piece flew off the garment and struck her in the eye, causing injuries and a new product liability lawsuit against the underwear giant. Macrida Patterson, 52, alleges that she was hurt last May by a defective "low-rise v-string" from the Victoria's Secret "Sexy Little Thing" line, according to a lawsuit filed last week in Los Angeles Superior Court. A copy of her June 9 complaint, which does not specify monetary damages, can be found below. Patterson's lawyer, Jason Buccat, told TSG that a "design problem" caused the decorative piece to come loose and strike Patterson in the eye, causing damage to her cornea. He added that the eye injury, which caused Patterson to miss a few days of work, will be "affecting her the rest of her life." Patterson is a traffic officer with L.A.'s Department of Transportation. Prior to the lawsuit's filing, Victoria's Secret officials asked to examine the garment and the decorative piece, but that request was rejected by Patterson's counsel. For those unfamiliar with "v-strings," the undergarment is the Victoria's Secret variant on the "g-string," which has long been favored in the battle against visible panty lines.
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#40
The biggest crime there is that a 52-year old is wearing a ""low-rise v-string" from the Victoria's Secret "Sexy Little Thing" line"

I'll start the bidding at 210 pounds
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