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March 29, 2016


Clermont man accused of attacking door for drugs

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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So the genius reverted to a pitchfork to smash open a door. From his booking photo, I doubt he tried turning the doorknob first to see if it was unlocked.

"Was your 43 year old son a normal child?"

He went haywire at 3 years when I read the part to him about, "I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house down."

I guess that's coming off the list of Jehovah's Witness strategies.

You can't pick up drugs with a pitchfork.

Meanie told me.

Not so, Jeff. I've tried many a foolish thing, but I wouldn't have the first idea about how to pick up drugs with a pitchfork.

I may, or may not, have used one on a Jehovah's Witness. Either way, I could, if asked politely, be talked into it.

Good think it wasn't an Axe, or an ax. The door might never recover.

but, meanie, would you be covered by a Jehovah's Witness protection program ?

The door prize was an extended stay in the fabulous county jail.

bet his hoe made 'im do it

Meanie: how can you be a witness if you didn't see the accident?

" The responding deputy said Aleshire appeared to be under the influence of drugs "

...though he wasn't behaving much differently than the rest of the voting population.

Just imagine what he'd have done if he'd wanted roofies.

Revolting peasant.

Door For Drugs was a '90s cover band for The Doors and Grateful Dead.

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