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April 13, 2012

OOPS

Man Pays For Pizza With Meth By Mistake

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)

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April 14, 2004
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• posted by Dave 08:48 AM
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We keep getting email from people, some of them irate, who want this blog to fix the clock, because apparently this blog is off by an hour. In response, we would like to say that: (1) We don't know how to fix the damn clock, and (2) If you are relying on this blog for the accurate time, or anything else that involves accuracy, then you are on the wrong blog. This blog is about issues. Thank you.

The time at the tone is eleventeen hundred hours centigrade. BEEP.

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You tell'em, Dave! Give 'em hell! :)


Posted by: Blogchik on April 14, 2004 08:50 AM

OOPS! That was meant to sprinkle on the pizza.

I only come here for the pizza.

He ordered a "fresh" pizza?

As opposed to ... whut status? Day-old? Green around the edges? As much growth as scum on a swamp? Petrified?

Shoddy (and incomplete) reporting ...

The meth was bad, but the real crime was that he ordered pineapple on his pizza!

Well, where I am, it's half-past a freckle.

Most of the pizza delivery drivers I know would have considered it a tip and not something to call the police about. I don't think we're in Kansas anymore, Toto.

Doh!

I hate when I do that.

The tip that speeds up every delivery after. Pizza will be really hot.

Meth, paper money. I can't tell the difference.

Cahier: "Sir, that will be $8.89 please."

Guy: "Okay, here.."(hands paper squares not money...)

Cashier: "Sir, this is not money."

Guy: "Yes it is...it's okay, do the meth!"
[For our Alabama readers, a 'play" on the word "math".-Ed.]

Pizza must have been for a someone else.

I once accidentally dropped a pizza. It slid out of the box, and made a real meth on the sidewalk.

(Sorry, cheesy joke...)

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