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January 24, 2017


Kansas man admits robbing Kansas bank to escape wife

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston)


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Shouldn't that have been "to escape Kansas wife"?

It scans better that way.

A contemporary Willie Sutton.*

*Interviewer: "Why do you rob banks?"
Sutton: "Because that's where the money is."

Now he can meet his new wife, Big Bubba, of the Cell Block C Bubbas.

Any port in a storm.

he lost interest when she wouldn't let him make a deposit

If he really wanted to get away, he would have robbed a Missouri gas station, so he would go to prison in Missouri instead of Kansas.

As it was, The Kansas City Star reports that Ripple's wife accompanied him to court Monday.

They got some crazy little women there. Maybe he should get him one.

If his wife is anything like the vagina hat-wearing, vile, vulgar sign carrying women protestor's, I don't blame him.

Lawrence Ripple ==>
Cripple renewal
Well .. en Crappier (we meet again)
Recall wine prep

Bank robbery is a federal offense. He might end up in N.J.

WHATS WRONG WITH KANSAS has free shipping with Amazon Prime. (Is Amazon Prime a cult leader ?)

Actually, he may end up running Notsowell's F@rgo.

After bunking a few days with Big Bruce for his cellmate, Ripple will slap himself for not simply getting a divorce.

Maybe Lawrence Ripple is an alias of Harcourt Fenton Mudd...

A Missouri man would never do this.

The Kansas City Star reports that Ripple's wife accompanied him to court Monday.

That'll teach him, as will the "conjugal visits."

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