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July 28, 2015


A caller from North Main Street reported at 12:38 p.m. that there was an item on the side of the road that looked like a torso. The responding officer reported that “it was a brisket.”

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Brisket ? Chuck Roast I could see....but brisket ?

You just can't make this stuff up.

Was it raw? Was it cooked?
Did it resist as it was booked?

Was it smoked? Was it baked?
Was it stoned for heaven's sake?

Was it sliced or was it chopped?
Did it say why it was dropped?

I do not like green eggs and ham.
I’m corned beef and cabbage, Sam. (I am)

Roadkill for the Refined.


Betcha no one in Our Favorite County would mistake (misteak?) a brisket for a body!

(doo-dah, doo-dah)

Is "brisket" French for "torso" or vice versa?

They have a drug called Narc-on? Does it encouraging ratting out other druggies?

Just asking...

"Hey, Officer Malloy, got any NarcOn?"
"No sir, I don't. But Sargeant Friday can help you."

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