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October 27, 2008

CSI: PARRISH, FLA.

Day of boating ends with man shot in buttocks

(Thanks to Layzeeboy)

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Slinks in®

...at the time of this release he was having further tests done to see what kind of projectile was lodged in his buttocks.

I missed a few days of the blog. It's good to be back.

Coming to DVD next Spring: "Guns Gone Wild".

"Never-the-less, the people in the canoe were not happy and deputies say someone pulled out a gun and started shooting."

"Extraneous Hyphens" WBAGNFARB made up of bad writers who could open for the band of good writers we know.

Do you get the feeling the reporter liked writing the word "buttocks?"

he was having further tests done to see what kind of projectile was lodged in his buttocks.
Hey, they found Choochy!

(welcome back, Cat!)

Oh WriterDude, you pointed out what I was going to point out. Since when is nevertheless hyphenated? Or are those bullet holes?

I guess they ripped him a new one.

Hey, nice piercings....

An@l-retentive is hyphenated. Does that mean he gets to retain his?

Man, that guy sure was lucky.

One bullet and it's lodged in both buttocks? How's that work?

ScottMGS: Butt glue

"...he was having further tests done to see what kind of projectile was lodged in his buttocks."
Exactly what kind of guns do you guys use down in Florida that shoot unknown projectiles?

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