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November 19, 2010

IS THERE A PROBLEM, OFFICERS?

Undaunted, the steppers - five young women and three young men - decided to leave two adults behind with two vehicles and hoof it through the tunnel, in their costumes - which just happened to be camouflage.

(Thanks to Brian Duval)

Update: NY Post version here.

(Thanks to Diane of Lakeland)

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First chess players and now teenaged dancers. I would say the NYPD is really stepping up their crime solving. Stepping up. Get it? It's still early.

Early? It's afternoon, cindy. How late did you stay up last night, young lady?

The cops forced her to her knees and drew guns on the second group, she said.

"I knew we were in trouble," Eternity said.

At least she was aptly named.


I woke up at 10:00 am Jeff. I actually got up at noon. I was awake reading until almost 5:00 am however.

reading = surfing for p0rn

I sort of hoped the group would be sent to Gitmo and then asked questions. If the group is really from Florida, they should be able to spell Carl Hiaasen's name correctly.

*SMACKS* Layzeeboy. I was reading. I can't remember the name of the book but it was very good.

sounds like da's jes doin' a 'Fun Run'...

("cryin' 'boo-hoo tears?' oh no you dit'nt, eternitay!")

This falls into the category of "Hey, I have a good idea....", until it isn't.

Great, now TSA is gonna be doing the Grope a Dope at the Lincoln Tunnel.

*snork* @ layzee - 'Touchdown!'

I think layzee nailed it.

The Lincoln Tunnel is 1.5 miles long, and they were able to make it almost all the way through before the cops caught up.

Fewer donuts, and watching 24 to learn how to foil tunnel terrorists might help.

"The next time we come here, we'll stay in our cars."

Or come a day early and wear bunny suits.

Nobody runs INTO New York.

They should have told the cops they were on their way to hunt deer. A very plausible explanation, far better than the one they came up with.

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