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Posted on 04/02/2012 12:33:56 PM PDT by trailhkr1
Cops: Accused Prostitute Offered Undercover Officer Sex For Cheeseburgers Off McDonald's Dollar Menu
The woman, the detective reported, replied that the pair could go have sexual intercourse if I bought her two double cheese burgers off the dollar menu at McDonalds. The cop added, I agreed to the deal and purchased the hamburgers for $2.75.
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I want one!!!
141 miles via hwy 74E and US 1N. Bring Kathleen and spend the night. I keep spare new toothbrushes in the guest bath.
Can someone teach me how to do that?
About 3 hours, then. Maybe before the end of the summer, but after all the children’s camps.
*You no longer associate bridges (or rivers) with water.
*You can say 110 degrees without fainting.
*You eat hot chilies to cool your mouth off.
*You can make instant sun tea.
*You learn that a seat belt makes a pretty good branding iron.
*The temperature drops below 95, you feel a bit chilly.
*You discover that in July, it takes only 2 fingers to drive your car.
*You discover that you can get a sunburn through your car window.
*You notice the best parking place is determined by shade instead of distance.
*Hot water now comes out of both taps.
*Its noon in July, kids are on summer vacation, and not one person is out on the streets.
*You actually burn your hand opening the car door.
*You break a sweat the instant you step outside at 7:30 a.m. before work.
*No one would dream of putting vinyl upholstery in a car or not having air conditioning.
*Your biggest bicycle wreck fear is, What if I get knocked out and end up lying on the pavement and cook to death?
*You realize that asphalt has a liquid state.
**You carry a sweater to wear INSIDE of buildings.
Good list Sis!
Are you loving the heat?
It was Jets’ list...I just changed a couple things...;o]
Yes, I’m loving the heat!
I went to “linner” with my daugther, and it was good to be with her, for the first time in four years.
We didn’t catch up on much, but we opened the doors, and that means a lot!
Did you hear about the unfortunate Arizonan that found themselves in Hell? Management kept turning the thermostat up and up to make the poor soul suffer, but when the blazing heat left them unfazed, the Devil finally became exasperated and shut the whole thing down. The Arizonan is reported to have looked around at the burgeoning rimes of frost and declared "Did the Cardinals win the Superbowl?"
I’m so happy to hear that Face! *HUG*
Good story, she sez...when should I laugh? ;o]
Thanks, Sis. Life is often not fair, but there are many perks from unexpected places!
I will keep you posted on “events” as they happen!
Nice. Now put some bullets in it and go have fun! :-)
Possible new thread?
Well it's got a nice opener post right off the bat at #2:
"Get the hook."
Which leads naturally to the bonus: Zot-flavored coughee.
Good morning! Having trouble getting my engine to turn over today. Please give K a hug for me.
“should have gone out yesterday”
No no no. The longer the celebration, the happier the birthday!
Good afternoon! Anoreth and I got our nails done this morning, while Kathleen took a nap among the nice Vietnamese ladies. After she eats again, I’m going to take Elen and Sally to the used book store, and then go to Penney’s to get a pair of pants. Maybe Tom wants to go to Penney’s; they have a large selection of dumb t-shirts, as well as sensible cotton slacks for the middle-aged.
You missed one:
You know youre in Arizona when ...
Turn signals are considered a sign of weakness.
“end the sentence w/o the preposition”
Probably a lost art. Got seeds for Diana’s BB Mix yesterday but will plant them separately since I’m a horticultural imbecile and want to know what each plant looks like so I don’t mistake them for weeds. BTW, had to visit two stores to get everything and ultimately couldn’t find borage. Maybe parsley will work?
Most favorite silly T-shirt: “Bad spellers of the world, untie!” Reminiscent of Darks.... Can you let us know which T’s he selects? Also, how about the ones you reject?
I want some!
My favotire T is a crop-top that says above the boobs: I wish these were brains.
Tom didn’t particularly like any of the t-shirts at Penney’s, and also, they didn’t have any tan cotton slacks. No wonder their stock price is crashing! I found some at Belk, where they cost more than they would have at Penney’s, but one does what one must.
Elen and Sally (and Tom) found some used books they wanted, and the Book Lady’s standard poodle sniffed Kathleen.
81 and looks like we’ll have thunderstorms again. Cub Scouts and Venture meetings tonight. I drop Tom and Elen at the Venture meeting, take Pat, James, Vlad, Kathleen, and usually Sally to the Cub Scouts, and then pick up Tom and Elen on the way home.
Pat claims his knee is broken, and that’s why he can’t leave the “World of Goo” game to walk Ash.
I would love to have a Standard Poodle. Don’t think I can afford one, though! Maybe I should check the local shelters...
Patrick has silly bones...The World of Goo will wait for His Eminence to do the Important Things, like walk Ash!
Hopefully, I will get the Greeky books sent to Pat on payday...they are ready to go. They just await the funds...
Ash didn’t really want to walk, anyway. It might rain. Pat will be happy with Greeky books.
The poodle at the bookstore is nice. It stays near the counter and doesn’t wander around goosing the customers, as Ash would!
I spent the last 20 minutes checking out Standard Poodles...
Dang...I could use a dog like that...and a kitteh...
The books are an excellent read!
There's something to be said for his contention. Have you noticed how loosely attached his patella is?
Be careful examining it. I'm sure it's so painful he won't be able to sit still for it.
I do the same thing with the seeds because it's hard to tell a weed from a seedling. Mostly because there isn't much difference. Even weeds can be seedlings. The bastards! LOL.
I wouldn't worry about the borage, just keep your eyes open for them when you see seeds for sale anywhere. Even if you have to keep them until next year...most of them will still grow.
I haven't done the dill, and I hadn't done the borage for about 4 years, but each type helps, and the more the better. If you got every one but borage, you're doing great!
We had T-storms, too. It’s rather comedic that the powers-that-be claim to be able to predict the GW stuff but can’t accurately predict what’s gonna happen the next day.
Not complaining—in the desert, we were delighted when it rained. Our current surroundings would not be so lush and green were it not for the showers. As a former raisin, you have to know how many of us appreciate the rain. Additionally, I get to stay inside. Yahoo!
It did not rain here today, and things are supposed to clear up for the weekend, when Cub Scouts will be camping. Cub Scouts can’t sit in their tents drinking whiskey and playing cribbage when it rains, unlike my family on campouts.
Some of the most successful and creative people I’ve ever known seem to be unacquainted w/the “rules.” I’ve learned to attend to the matter rather than the manner. Laissez le bon temps roulez! (Sp?)
“Laissez les bons temps roulez.”
Yes, I am the multilingual spelling PO-lice!
Whoopsie! (Are you series? What about Cajun grammar?)
Have a good sleep!
On second thought, how about “Laissez le bon temp rouler?”
My spelling skills in languages I can’t even pronounce are legendary, and it’s unfair for you to be rolling just the one good time and not sharing!
Oh, good grief! My spanish is Puerto Riqueno, my Italian is street and college, and my Latin is third year high school. For heaven’s sake, I’m not in competition w/you. I respect your erudition/erudity/whatever you call it. My honorary Auntie taught me German which served me well since I was 18 mos old. She left for NJ when I was a toddler. She was a great inspiration for me. She actually liked having me around! She was a German gymnast and was qualifying for the Olympics when she became a war bride (WWII) and came to this country w/o knowing English. She went to work as a waitress in a local restaurant. She had muscles out the wazoo and taught me to become strong by carrying 5 lbs. of potatoes every day. She was definitely my favorite role model. Everyone should be so lucky!
P.S. Have you read Jonathan Kellerman’s “Savage Spawn”? I actually knew kids like this. When people talk about the innocence of Malaria and Sashimi, I want to bring this up. I’ll go away now.
See you tomorrow unless they come for me lol!
What is this "turn signal" you speak of? Is it anything like quiche?
Late-night humor gangs aft agley, but we starts the day fresh.
I need to go find my Reptile Ping List now.
I think it’s the same size as my hot tub.
Good morning. We’re off to the Botanical Gardens. Later!
Have fun! Later!
Never use a preposition to end a sentence with.
Much fun had. We went for a luncheon to announce (we learned) the opening of a fundraising campaign to build a “children’s garden” at the site. A rich, old couple has pledged $2 million, and other donors (including us, in our small way ;-) are expected to match that. The luncheon was extremely nice, with excellent salads and free wine. All the rich, old people admired Kathleen.
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