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June 29, 2004

YOUR EUTAW CRIME UPDATE

Things are out of control.

Key Quote:"Malone followed the car through Snotty and the Zodiac Club's parking lot eventually the suspect jumped out of the car and ran on foot," Isaac said

Snotty and the Zodiac Club?

Update question: He ran on foot?

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Just another reminder that the most common side effect of illegal drugs is to make you stoopid.

If your name was "Nehemiah," you might want to use illegal drugs, too!

Bizzare indeed. Of course some people dont need drugs any to be stupid but the quote for me was "Malone was responding to a call about a house fire..." when he noticed a speeding car ... gasp ... shock ... horror

"Snotty and the Zodiac"?! Hey, that would be a pretty good name for a nightclub in Eutaw!

I think once that Iranian frog-child grows up, we can look forward to LOTS of headlines like this. Even if he doesn't move to Eutaw. God only knows what the hot nighclubs in Tehran will be named in 2025.

This exemplifies the dangers of regionalism (see masthead). Which begs the question... What are John Kerry's two positions on regionalism?

Eutaw? Demopolis? Reporters writing news stories in the first person and assuming what a subject "thought"?

Did I just cross a certain line, and everybody knows it but me?

Oh -- never mind! It's from Alabama. And it's summer intern season. (Does that mean we can shoot 'em, like tourists?)

That is a powerful use of the literary device of repetition.

Dave, Judi
Maybe Mole and Badger are the webmasters...

And this is what you get when you click on "News" in the menu bar: A photo of a truck in a creek (or "crick") with this cutline, also written by Patrick Ellis (who apparently is the sole writer):

A red 1967 Chevrolet Custom pickup truck hydroplaned off of Alabama Highway 43 through the trees and brush on Thursday. The truck once it finally came to rest ended up sideways in the canal by Parrs Chevron in Demopolis. The driver wasn't injured, but his father was very upset over the fact the classic truck was damaged.

And this is what you get when you click on "News" in the menu bar: A photo of a truck in a creek (or "crick") with this cutline, also written by Patrick Ellis (who apparently is the sole writer; whatya wanna bet it was his dad's truck, too?):

A red 1967 Chevrolet Custom pickup truck hydroplaned off of Alabama Highway 43 through the trees and brush on Thursday. The truck once it finally came to rest ended up sideways in the canal by Parrs Chevron in Demopolis. The driver wasn't injured, but his father was very upset over the fact the classic truck was damaged.

Nehemiah was a bullfrog ...

sorry; hit send too soon

and all ths time I thought *I* was Mr. Toad!

How can they charge him with 'eluding' if
they caught him?

sings: 'Merrily, merrily on my way to no place
in particular...'

At first I thought it was Eutaw as in "Sawlt Laik Sitty."

Am I the only one who wondered why 7 law enforcement officials couldn't catch this guy running "on foot", but had to settle for towing his car?

No looney, you are not... I wondered the same thing myself...

Yeah, he got away on foot. Just the one, though.

"ran on foot"
As opposed to pegleg (Har).

New Oldsmobiles are in early this year

Tricia Jones: "When are men going to learn that women want ROMANCE, not Mr. Toad's Wild Ride...?"
Brodie: "Hey, now, be fair. EVERYONE wants Mr. Toad's Wild Ride."

Sorry... just needed an excuse to quote Mallrats...

Is Eutaw the way stupid people spell Utah?

I can't believe no one said it, so:

Snotty and the Zodiac Club wbagnfarb.

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