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February 18, 2011

SOMEBODY'S GOING TO HELL

Police Use Stun Gun To Tackle 'God'

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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"Go ahead....pull my finger."

Jesus of Tazereth?

**snorks @ bonmot, then climbs in handbasket**

One thing most police will tell you is using a stun gun on a suspect that is high on LSD is like throwing gas on a fire. It just makes the situation worse.

Police should first use non-violent techniques. Having the suspect watch the CHARLIE ROSE show would put him to sleep and thus not need tasers.

The next minute he was dog.

*snork* at Loudmotuh

I'll have what he's having.

You heard about the dyslexic, agnostic insomniac?

He would lay awake at night, wondering if there was a dog.

Wait'll God humps his leg.

Let me tell you ,the religious holidays are the worst, you have God and Jesus all over the place...


I don't know where they hide the other times..

Wait. Isn't God the one who's supposed to zap people?

When you taze god, does lightning shoot out his a$$? Does the handbasket make any stops or is it an Express?

"No officers were injured"??? Then he failed a crucial test. I think When the real God smites you, you pretty much stay smote.

That must have been some stun gun.

He must have been really high. Otherwise he would have realized "Hey, I'm God, I snap my fingers and Fort Knox is mine."

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