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September 24, 2010


WAUPUN — A 30-year-old man was taken to the hospital on Sept. 17 after he told employees at the Walgreens store in Waupun that vampires were trying to rip off his head.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody)


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There but for the Grace of God go I.

Preposterous! Only werewolves would rip your head off.

Imagine if someone wrote a book...no, a whole series of books, about Vampires, & Werewolves, & unrequited love, &....


I'd be anxious too, if vampires were trying to rip my head off.

Ah, some days it's just not worth gnawing through the leather straps . . .

No biggie. Same thing happens to me when I watch George Stephanpoulos host the CBS Evening News.

Hey, you can't be too careful. Those vampires are tricky.

So his neck was punctuated?

I'll have what he's having.

When I was working in the ER a woman walked in naked, carrying her clothes. She threw them away while I was trying to find a gown for her to put on. When I asked her why she had done that she said that she had, "witchcraft in her clothes" Another nurse and I took her into a room and asked her when this had started. She said she had been impregnated by Satan that morning and then a neighbor had put witchcraft in her clothes. I told her it sounded like she'd had a pretty sh!tty day. The other nurse told her it was impossible that she was impregnated by Satan that morning because her ex-husband was in Ohio on business. The patient was then sent to the Psych Ward.

*snork* at nc

Everyone knows that's why you wear a chain of garlic cloves around your neck. Amateurs.

*double snork* at the nurse's story, cindy.

Pssssst! nc . . . don't look now, but you've got witchcraft in your clothes . . .

You mean there's an over-the-counter treatment for that???

how anybody couldnt see this poor dope had to go directly to the psych ward....duh. and you're right meanie, if he had said werewolves,(there wolves) it might have made a difference.

So what?? Congress has been sucking the life out of us for years.

It's those vegetarian vampires you've got to avoid.

Bonmot, the leather straps aren't legal anymore.

You get put in Velcro straps now, but not unless the nurses aides can talk you out of believing the Vampires are going to get you. Without medication.

Sept. 24th was national punctuation day, after all.

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