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Jan 10, 2013, 8:46 PM
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So... my sister gave me her mandolin.

It's pretty awesome. It's made me hate bluegrass slightly less.

I always think of celtic music with mandolins.

um, yep. that's pretty much it. appalachian culture was imported hugely/in large part/pretty much exactly from right around there.


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Great victory in traffic court today!!!

Cop forgot to tick a critical box on the ticket. I got stopped by cop 1, but he was late for a meeting and cop 2 wrote the ticket. He didn't check the box that said he didn't witness it but had reasonable belief that it happened.

So I'm there ready to argue my case. Cop gets up first and asks for dismissalAngelic

I will admit I was sorry I didn't get the chance to use my Johnny Cochrane closer: If the box was not ticked, you must acquit.

Saved me like 400 plus bucks. Schweet

What was the infarction?

Illegal U turn in downtown business district. I saw a parking spot on the opposite side of the street and I turned into it.

Allegedly.

Pirate


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tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

scrolls up to be sure

Bombz.... iz that really ewe? I herd ewe were dead. *waves*

I have been dancing with the pretty ladies and hanging owt with awl teh other nancyboyz

fix'd

gawd i love nancyboyz


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Great victory in traffic court today!!!

Cop forgot to tick a critical box on the ticket. I got stopped by cop 1, but he was late for a meeting and cop 2 wrote the ticket. He didn't check the box that said he didn't witness it but had reasonable belief that it happened.

So I'm there ready to argue my case. Cop gets up first and asks for dismissalAngelic

I will admit I was sorry I didn't get the chance to use my Johnny Cochrane closer: If the box was not ticked, you must acquit.

Saved me like 400 plus bucks. Schweet

What was the infarction?

Illegal U turn in downtown business district. I saw a parking spot on the opposite side of the street and I turned into it.

Allegedly.

Heh, I knew it was not speeding!

That's pretty hefty for an illegal Yewie, though. I got pulled over for one of those in C-bus a few years back, but was let off with a friendly warning. That's actually the only time I've ever gotten a warning for anything, usually the cops hate me.

Well, we awl hate ewe.... ifs that makes ewe feel any better.


honestly, it was 'cause the cop saw me yelling at you. "he's in enough trouble as it is."


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Jan 10, 2013, 9:00 PM
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camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
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caughtinside wrote:
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Great victory in traffic court today!!!

Cop forgot to tick a critical box on the ticket. I got stopped by cop 1, but he was late for a meeting and cop 2 wrote the ticket. He didn't check the box that said he didn't witness it but had reasonable belief that it happened.

So I'm there ready to argue my case. Cop gets up first and asks for dismissalAngelic

I will admit I was sorry I didn't get the chance to use my Johnny Cochrane closer: If the box was not ticked, you must acquit.

Saved me like 400 plus bucks. Schweet

What was the infarction?

Illegal U turn in downtown business district. I saw a parking spot on the opposite side of the street and I turned into it.

Allegedly.

that's a lame ass ticket to get. those parking spots are hard to come by.

No kidding. San Mateo has two motorcycle cops who aggressively enforce it. One of the caterers (AB *RIP* *P-BLL* shitz white pantz in rage) got one a week after I got mine.

When I first went to court to enter my plea, the judge did everything she could to discourage me from fighting it. She looked at the ticket, looked at me, and said '3rd street in San Mateo?' bingo. They get a lot of those.

I got this fake parking ticket a few weeks ago. I couldn't find a place to park on the street for free so I pulled into this lot that used to be manned by an attendant, but looked like it had since become vacant. I didn't see any signs or any pay stations so whatever, I just ran out and did my errand.

Got back to the car 5-10min later and found a ticket on my windsheild. Not from the city though, from the private company that owned the lot.

Now, had it been a $10 or 15 ticket I would have just paid so I wouldn't have to deal with any hastle, but they wanted $45! It went up to $75 if you didn't pay within two weeks. Well fuck, I'm not paying that. And I haven't.

Hah, nice. That happened to me years ago when I lived in Hawaii. Never paid. Not sure what recourse they have to get you... collections is all I can think of but that's a tough one to prove.

Wow, rise of the privatized police state, even in Canada. You guys should expect to get your doors broken down by Doc Blackwater pretty soon.

Doc is ex-military, donchaknow.


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Jan 10, 2013, 9:01 PM
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tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

scrolls up to be sure

Bombz.... iz that really ewe? I herd ewe were dead. *waves*

I have been dancing with the pretty ladies and hanging owt with awl teh other nancyboyz

fix'd

Ah. I have missed the incisive beatdowns delivered regularly around here.


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tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

No more star ratings, unfortunately. Someone (cough cough) exiled the thread into the Shitbox.

Even though we awl noes it's CI's fault, I blame it on that stupid green jacket that smells like lysol... and teh dislussions ov grandor that goes with it.

Course, I'm more upset by teh few moments I wasted won staring that are nau worthless and resulted in me being GU'd by teh dawg.

The whole star thing was fucked from the start.

This iz korect. Course, it's prime terretory fer exploytation by teh BET fer our own childish exploites.

I remember the days when we used to color outside the lines.


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Oh and before I fergits.... I wus owt climbing today when Im gets teh e-mail from CI asking me owt on a date. I said yes.... that doesn't make me gay does it?

CI! Wat r u doing? CI!

Stahp!


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Heh, not quite on teh level of dribble seeing doc on the dc metro, butt we stopped in at a gas station in North Carolina en route to family holiday stuff, I crutches on into the store, & Jung was standing there staring at a rack of washer fluid. I told him to go sneak out and ambush drivel in the car, which he did. Gneiss wtf moment. Awesome.

Jung sent my boots back. Which is awesomeness.

Well done! Was dribble really pissed or laughy?

I got a card from jung, and realized that i sent my card to the rong address. They got their address updated, so there is no longer 81A. Oh well, I guess I'll get my cards back eventually, as undeliverable.

Dribble was realllllly confused. Camhat actually had J_ung get into the driver's seat of the car while I was sitting in it. It was freaky.

10 page GU commence.


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drivel wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
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His mother doesn't have interwebs

weird.

yeah, it sucks. Nathan couldn't even connect to the 4g network with his fancy new phone because we'd be dinged with crazy roaming costs.

Hehe, checking in from teh Deep South. Hung out in savannah for a few days. My parents can outdrink me. Then went to drivels sisters place in NoFL, where we have gifts to nieces and nephewses, almost successfully avoided annoying political conversations, & ate too much.

Now drivel is off to swingity swings camp; I was originally gonna climb in chatt, but instead I'm hanging at teh sisters in ga with my gimp foot. Bah. Cool thing is that she is datezing a climber & I may even be able to go in and campus/hangbored at their co-op gym here. Woo!

The internets here is pathetically slow, like wifi but with dial up speeds. So all my Internet stuff I do is on the 3G and the Iyup.

That is all. Glad we're in the south right now tho; I guess the north and west are getting hammered right now.

I still haven't climbed.

Yesterday was all about baby niece who decided to make her appearance a week early. I am now 2x auntie, and everyone is doing well.

She's cute as a kitten, and about as tiny. Gosh, I forgot how tiny they are in the beginning!

Cute as a kitten? I can't say I've ever seen a cute new baby...their heads just got squished so they could escape out of mama!

really teeny babies are precious in a deep mammalian way. it's scary to hold them and super amazing when they fall asleep on you.

And so it starts.


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drivel wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

scrolls up to be sure

Bombz.... iz that really ewe? I herd ewe were dead. *waves*

I have been dancing with the pretty ladies and hanging owt with awl teh other nancyboyz

fix'd

gawd i love nancyboyz

And I love boobs. Really love 'em.


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drivel wrote:
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So... my sister gave me her mandolin.

It's pretty awesome. It's made me hate bluegrass slightly less.

I always think of celtic music with mandolins.

um, yep. that's pretty much it. appalachian culture was imported hugely/in large part/pretty much exactly from right around there.

I remember hanging out with some bluegrass guys at J-Tree and they knew a bunch of the bigger Cape Breton fiddlers from NS.

I do like Celtic music, but I don't really know bluegrass.

So does appalachian culture also have caber tossing too?


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drivel wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
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Great victory in traffic court today!!!

Cop forgot to tick a critical box on the ticket. I got stopped by cop 1, but he was late for a meeting and cop 2 wrote the ticket. He didn't check the box that said he didn't witness it but had reasonable belief that it happened.

So I'm there ready to argue my case. Cop gets up first and asks for dismissalAngelic

I will admit I was sorry I didn't get the chance to use my Johnny Cochrane closer: If the box was not ticked, you must acquit.

Saved me like 400 plus bucks. Schweet

What was the infarction?

Illegal U turn in downtown business district. I saw a parking spot on the opposite side of the street and I turned into it.

Allegedly.

Heh, I knew it was not speeding!

That's pretty hefty for an illegal Yewie, though. I got pulled over for one of those in C-bus a few years back, but was let off with a friendly warning. That's actually the only time I've ever gotten a warning for anything, usually the cops hate me.

Well, we awl hate ewe.... ifs that makes ewe feel any better.


honestly, it was 'cause the cop saw me yelling at you. "he's in enough trouble as it is."

No, that was the incident in Dubbya Vee. You know, the one we don't talk about, because the ticket fell into a hole in time and ceased to exist.


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meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

No more star ratings, unfortunately. Someone (cough cough) exiled the thread into the Shitbox.

Even though we awl noes it's CI's fault, I blame it on that stupid green jacket that smells like lysol... and teh dislussions ov grandor that goes with it.

Course, I'm more upset by teh few moments I wasted won staring that are nau worthless and resulted in me being GU'd by teh dawg.

The whole star thing was fucked from the start.

This iz korect. Course, it's prime terretory fer exploytation by teh BET fer our own childish exploites.

I remember the days when we used to color outside the lines.

As I was insomniac, I clicked the link in yore sig last night. It took me to a great period in BET anals, in which Art and others were discussing the great yourclimbing pantyraid. God, that was amazing.


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drivel wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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So... my sister gave me her mandolin.

It's pretty awesome. It's made me hate bluegrass slightly less.

I always think of celtic music with mandolins.

um, yep. that's pretty much it. appalachian culture was imported hugely/in large part/pretty much exactly from right around there.


I remember hanging out with some bluegrass guys at J-Tree and they knew a bunch of the bigger Cape Breton fiddlers from NS.

I do like Celtic music, but I don't really know bluegrass.

So does appalachian culture also have caber tossing too?

I used to really hate Celtic and Bluegrass. There only purpose seemed to be to illustrate how terrible American music would be if it were not for our brutal legacy of slavery, which actually wound up in that twangy Anglo plucking stuff having some soul. But I've been getting a bit more into it recently. Just added a "Doc Watson" (blind guitarist, not Holmes's sidekick) channel to Pandora, seems a good place to start.

The Celtic-Appalachia connection is pretty cool. Basically, in lowland Scotland in the Middle Ages, there were scattered tribes of herders (not farmers), who were insular, clannish, feudish, and hostile to everyone that was not part of their own bloodline. The emerging English Monarchy saw fit to just sort of leave them alone, and have them serve as a buffer against invasions of Highland Scots from farther north. Then, in the 15-1600s, the Crown started moving some of these clans across the bay to Ireland, to serve as sort of brute muscle against the colonized Irish Catholics in more border disputes. This is when they started calling the clans "Scots-Irish," to distinguish them from Irish Catholics. By the early 1700s, a lot of these Scots Irish had moved to the American colonies, where they served as border buffers in another hinterland, the Appalachians, where they sat between Indians and lowland Virginia Planters. Their clannish standoffishness, blood feuds, hostility to any outside authoritah, and music all survive to this day. Luminaries like Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun were descended from them.

Not sure about the caber tossing though. A friend of mine in high school used the term "caber tossing" as a euphemism for taking a big dump.


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drivel wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
His mother doesn't have interwebs

weird.

yeah, it sucks. Nathan couldn't even connect to the 4g network with his fancy new phone because we'd be dinged with crazy roaming costs.

Hehe, checking in from teh Deep South. Hung out in savannah for a few days. My parents can outdrink me. Then went to drivels sisters place in NoFL, where we have gifts to nieces and nephewses, almost successfully avoided annoying political conversations, & ate too much.

Now drivel is off to swingity swings camp; I was originally gonna climb in chatt, but instead I'm hanging at teh sisters in ga with my gimp foot. Bah. Cool thing is that she is datezing a climber & I may even be able to go in and campus/hangbored at their co-op gym here. Woo!

The internets here is pathetically slow, like wifi but with dial up speeds. So all my Internet stuff I do is on the 3G and the Iyup.

That is all. Glad we're in the south right now tho; I guess the north and west are getting hammered right now.

I still haven't climbed.

Yesterday was all about baby niece who decided to make her appearance a week early. I am now 2x auntie, and everyone is doing well.

She's cute as a kitten, and about as tiny. Gosh, I forgot how tiny they are in the beginning!

Cute as a kitten? I can't say I've ever seen a cute new baby...their heads just got squished so they could escape out of mama!

really teeny babies are precious in a deep mammalian way. it's scary to hold them and super amazing when they fall asleep on you.

Someone understands!

Heffe actually commented the other day that the only thing I love more than climbing is babies. I told him, sure, but what I love most about THOSE babies is that they aren't mine in the middle of the night.


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tripperjm wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

No more star ratings, unfortunately. Someone (cough cough) exiled the thread into the Shitbox.

Even though we awl noes it's CI's fault, I blame it on that stupid green jacket that smells like lysol... and teh dislussions ov grandor that goes with it.

Course, I'm more upset by teh few moments I wasted won staring that are nau worthless and resulted in me being GU'd by teh dawg.

Don't worry, GU happens even to the best, and you aren't one.

Huh? Must have lost sunthin in teh translation.... Did ewe just call me fat?

If the glove fits.... when everything else doesn't... my clipbored says tis true.


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drivel wrote:
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So... my sister gave me her mandolin.

It's pretty awesome. It's made me hate bluegrass slightly less.

I always think of celtic music with mandolins.

um, yep. that's pretty much it. appalachian culture was imported hugely/in large part/pretty much exactly from right around there.


I remember hanging out with some bluegrass guys at J-Tree and they knew a bunch of the bigger Cape Breton fiddlers from NS.

I do like Celtic music, but I don't really know bluegrass.

So does appalachian culture also have caber tossing too?

I used to really hate Celtic and Bluegrass. There only purpose seemed to be to illustrate how terrible American music would be if it were not for our brutal legacy of slavery, which actually wound up in that twangy Anglo plucking stuff having some soul. But I've been getting a bit more into it recently. Just added a "Doc Watson" (blind guitarist, not Holmes's sidekick) channel to Pandora, seems a good place to start.

The Celtic-Appalachia connection is pretty cool. Basically, in lowland Scotland in the Middle Ages, there were scattered tribes of herders (not farmers), who were insular, clannish, feudish, and hostile to everyone that was not part of their own bloodline. The emerging English Monarchy saw fit to just sort of leave them alone, and have them serve as a buffer against invasions of Highland Scots from farther north. Then, in the 15-1600s, the Crown started moving some of these clans across the bay to Ireland, to serve as sort of brute muscle against the colonized Irish Catholics in more border disputes. This is when they started calling the clans "Scots-Irish," to distinguish them from Irish Catholics. By the early 1700s, a lot of these Scots Irish had moved to the American colonies, where they served as border buffers in another hinterland, the Appalachians, where they sat between Indians and lowland Virginia Planters. Their clannish standoffishness, blood feuds, hostility to any outside authoritah, and music all survive to this day. Luminaries like Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun were descended from them.

Not sure about the caber tossing though. A friend of mine in high school used the term "caber tossing" as a euphemism for taking a big dump.

I just tossed a rather substantial caber....


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granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
His mother doesn't have interwebs

weird.

yeah, it sucks. Nathan couldn't even connect to the 4g network with his fancy new phone because we'd be dinged with crazy roaming costs.

Hehe, checking in from teh Deep South. Hung out in savannah for a few days. My parents can outdrink me. Then went to drivels sisters place in NoFL, where we have gifts to nieces and nephewses, almost successfully avoided annoying political conversations, & ate too much.

Now drivel is off to swingity swings camp; I was originally gonna climb in chatt, but instead I'm hanging at teh sisters in ga with my gimp foot. Bah. Cool thing is that she is datezing a climber & I may even be able to go in and campus/hangbored at their co-op gym here. Woo!

The internets here is pathetically slow, like wifi but with dial up speeds. So all my Internet stuff I do is on the 3G and the Iyup.

That is all. Glad we're in the south right now tho; I guess the north and west are getting hammered right now.

I still haven't climbed.

Yesterday was all about baby niece who decided to make her appearance a week early. I am now 2x auntie, and everyone is doing well.

She's cute as a kitten, and about as tiny. Gosh, I forgot how tiny they are in the beginning!

Cute as a kitten? I can't say I've ever seen a cute new baby...their heads just got squished so they could escape out of mama!

really teeny babies are precious in a deep mammalian way. it's scary to hold them and super amazing when they fall asleep on you.

Someone understands!

Heffe actually commented the other day that the only thing I love more than climbing is babies. I told him, sure, but what I love most about THOSE babies is that they aren't mine in the middle of the night.


yeah, I mean I don't want one. but... there is some primal shit going on in your brain when you hold an infant that's only a couple days old.


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lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
His mother doesn't have interwebs

weird.

yeah, it sucks. Nathan couldn't even connect to the 4g network with his fancy new phone because we'd be dinged with crazy roaming costs.

Hehe, checking in from teh Deep South. Hung out in savannah for a few days. My parents can outdrink me. Then went to drivels sisters place in NoFL, where we have gifts to nieces and nephewses, almost successfully avoided annoying political conversations, & ate too much.

Now drivel is off to swingity swings camp; I was originally gonna climb in chatt, but instead I'm hanging at teh sisters in ga with my gimp foot. Bah. Cool thing is that she is datezing a climber & I may even be able to go in and campus/hangbored at their co-op gym here. Woo!

The internets here is pathetically slow, like wifi but with dial up speeds. So all my Internet stuff I do is on the 3G and the Iyup.

That is all. Glad we're in the south right now tho; I guess the north and west are getting hammered right now.

I still haven't climbed.

Yesterday was all about baby niece who decided to make her appearance a week early. I am now 2x auntie, and everyone is doing well.

She's cute as a kitten, and about as tiny. Gosh, I forgot how tiny they are in the beginning!

Cute as a kitten? I can't say I've ever seen a cute new baby...their heads just got squished so they could escape out of mama!

really teeny babies are precious in a deep mammalian way. it's scary to hold them and super amazing when they fall asleep on you.

Someone understands!

Heffe actually commented the other day that the only thing I love more than climbing is babies. I told him, sure, but what I love most about THOSE babies is that they aren't mine in the middle of the night.


yeah, I mean I don't want one. but... there is some primal shit going on in your brain when you hold an infant that's only a couple days old.

Not as primal as tossing a caber.


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Wait. CI iz teh King?


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tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Great victory in traffic court today!!!

Cop forgot to tick a critical box on the ticket. I got stopped by cop 1, but he was late for a meeting and cop 2 wrote the ticket. He didn't check the box that said he didn't witness it but had reasonable belief that it happened.

So I'm there ready to argue my case. Cop gets up first and asks for dismissalAngelic

I will admit I was sorry I didn't get the chance to use my Johnny Cochrane closer: If the box was not ticked, you must acquit.

Saved me like 400 plus bucks. Schweet

What was the infarction?

Illegal U turn in downtown business district. I saw a parking spot on the opposite side of the street and I turned into it.

Allegedly.

Heh, I knew it was not speeding!

That's pretty hefty for an illegal Yewie, though. I got pulled over for one of those in C-bus a few years back, but was let off with a friendly warning. That's actually the only time I've ever gotten a warning for anything, usually the cops hate me.

Well, we awl hate ewe.... ifs that makes ewe feel any better.

iz troo!


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meatbomz wrote:
drivel wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

scrolls up to be sure

Bombz.... iz that really ewe? I herd ewe were dead. *waves*

I have been dancing with the pretty ladies and hanging owt with awl teh other nancyboyz

fix'd

gawd i love nancyboyz

And I love boobs. Really love 'em.

ewe lurv ass doughnuts too.


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climbingtrash wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
drivel wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

scrolls up to be sure

Bombz.... iz that really ewe? I herd ewe were dead. *waves*

I have been dancing with the pretty ladies and hanging owt with awl teh other nancyboyz

fix'd

gawd i love nancyboyz

And I love boobs. Really love 'em.

ewe lurv ass doughnuts too.

Feck I lurve boobz, though. I would post a link to the TIm Minchin song of the same title, but...


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... I really need to do this thing first.

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