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April 09, 2010


Firefighters wrap up at the scene of a fire at 15 M. St. in Hampton this morning, where a home was gutted by two fires this morning. Right, Wayne McGowen, who was sleeping in the basement of the house when it caught fire, watches firefighters at the scene along with neighbor Kali Burns, who was dressed as a gorilla.


(Thanks to Thom Fries)


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And if his friends dared him to run into the burning house, would he?

"Hold my beer and watch this!"

So what is the proper attire for watching a house fire?

Wearing a gorilla suit before Memorial Day? How tacky.

Not to mention the name Kali Burns. So we have a Hindu goddess in a gorilla suit. Seems perfectly normal to me.

her other clothes were at the dry cleaners?

I heard a story of some people who were having a backyard cookout when they heard sirens stopping on their street. They ran around to the front and saw a neighbor standing in front of his burning house watching the firemen try to put the fire out. The people noticed the neighbor was glaring at them and couldn't figure out why, until they realized they were still holding their marshmallows and sticks from their cookout.



Gotta LOVE my home state of New Hampshire! Never a dull moment to be found.

Some Magnum, P.I. fans just don't know when to let go.

The story forgot to mention that the insurance was all paid up.

Notice gorilla and dumzilla have the same slack jawed expression.

Name of Burns, hm? Don't they say the arsonist always returns to the scene of the primate?

No, the missing link always returns to the scene of the primate. The Burns always returns to the first scene of the documentary.

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