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  • DUD Patrol

    03/14/2009 8:54:42 PM PDT · by keving · 44 replies · 875+ views
    Tampa Tribune ^ | March 14, 2009 | The Associated Press
    Authorities say a Cape Coral man was injured after striking bullets with a hammer in his driveway. Police say they received a report of a possible shooting at 21-year-old Matthew F. Dugger's home on Thursday afternoon. When officers arrived, they found the man had been injured. Dugger was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for shrapnel that hit his leg.
  • You Know You Are A Freeper When.....

    04/13/2004 7:13:14 AM PDT · by LadyShallott · 287 replies · 634+ views
    April 13, 2004 | LadyShallott
    You Know You Are A Freeper When......You have family members post for you because you have lost all sensation in your right hand from to much mouse usage. You aren't sure what this "daylight" thing is, but you know you haven't seen it since 1998. You seriously think about ramming the car in front of you when you see a liberal bumper sticker. You spend your time finding pictures of John Kerry & morph him into a two-headed ketchup alien. You try to figure out a way to write a program that would allow you to make love with your...
  • Caption Prof. Stephen Hawkins Visiting an Exotic Dancing Establishment [ The UK Sun is there]

    07/08/2003 7:41:36 AM PDT · by ewing · 66 replies · 1,304+ views
    UK Sun ^ | Jul 7, 2003 | staff report
    Science genius Stephen Hawkins popped into Stringfellows after Colin Farrell and fell for a blonde dancer named Tiger. Professor Hawking famed for his best selling book, 'A Brief History of Time' watched her during a string of steamy dances.They then shared a cuddle.A guest said, 'Steven watched the girls all night, he said she was wonderful.'
  • Connecting the War on Guns & Drugs [my title]

    01/11/2003 10:15:11 AM PST · by tpaine · 747 replies · 3,488+ views
    SHOTGUN NEWS ^ | 1/11/03 | Amicus Populi
    Ms. Nancy Snell Swickard - Publisher Shotgun News P. O. Box 669, Hastings, NE 68902 Dear Ms. Swickard, I was very distressed to see the remark of one of your subscribers which you quoted on page 8 of your October 1 (1996) issue. The support of the "Drug War" by anyone who values the 2nd Amendment, and the rest of the Bill of Rights, is the most dangerous error of thinking in the politics of the "gun control" debate. This error is extremely widespread, although there have been some recent signs that some Americans are seeing through the propaganda of...