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June 24, 2008

CANADA

Land of Danger

(Thanks to Siouxie)

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So Canada is the new Miami?

Patrycia Chalupczynska

Hmm..has anyone heard from the French?

"It is quite unusual for someone to find a grenade in their backyard, especially one that hasn't been spent," Edmonton police spokeswoman Patrycia Chalupczynska said.

How, um, would they find a spent one?

"It is quite unusual for someone to find a grenade in their backyard, especially one that hasn't been spent," Edmonton police spokeswoman Patrycia Chalupczynska said.

*imagines the scene if I pulled out a grenade and tried to pay for groceries with it*

Yes, we are going to blow - CLAP! - you up!

Now, beat it, boys. Sheesh.

Fifty dolla, eh?

Canada has a military? With hand gernades? Way?

We want to advise people that if they ever do find something suspicious-looking, they should quietly hide it in their basement in preparation for the zombie invasion.

"We want to advise people that if they ever do find something suspicious-looking, they shouldn't touch it -- just leave it alone and call police."

So this blotchy patch on my arm. I should go to the police and not the skin doctor?

This potato salad has been sitting outside for 3 days. Call 911!

@Hans - They have a term for a spent grenade, it's called "A Crater".

"We want to advise people that if they ever do find something suspicious-looking, they shouldn't touch it -- just leave it alone and call police."

Well, crap! If I'd've known this in 1975, I could have retained my virginity a lot longer!

the article states the police told THE WOMEN to place it on the lawn. Not a police officer or a bomb squad person... unbelievable.

evan - my guess is it was in her hand at the time....

I've been bombed in Canada a few times. Ahhhh goood times..teehee

You see, I'm thinking a hand grenade could be a handy thing to have around. That brother-in-law that won't leave, tree stumps that need moving (back off, kids!), the noisy neighbor's back porch, MILLIONS OF USES!

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