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January 26, 2012


FBI: Man tried to hire assassin, pin murder on cat

(Thanks to The Perts)


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Little did they know. Heh heh heh.

They should have tried to pin it on the parrot, after reciting the phrase "He had it coming" 20 million times.

I've said it fer most of my life ... dogs luv ya, but don't trust them cats ...

Mr. Nash watches way too much CSI.

Burglars, definitely, but never a murderer.

Puss in Cahoots

^ *makes sure O the U notices i did NOT say 'pussy' today*

And y'all have my undying* gratitudinalness fer bein' so polite, ligirl ...

*fer at least the next 30 or 40 seconds

ligirl, we all know thou art the perfect gentlewoman.

I thought it said "An FBI man..."


No huhu, Wolfie ... I thot the same thing the first three times I read it ... but no mention in the story, so I finally figgered it out ...

Mythbusters busted the radio-in-the-tub thing, mostly. For the last several decades building codes have required bathroom electric outlets to have ground fault detectors that cut the power if this happens. An older house might not have them, but I'm betting this particular genius didn't think to check on that.

I only blame my dogs for farts! Never thought of this!

Oh yeah, the cat would definitely do it.

New headline:


He had several plans-- they all sucked.

P.S. I liked the part where it said, "...who long pursued sex with Nash's wife." I'm just not sure what it means.

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