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March 27, 2019

IN THAT CASE, MA'AM, PLEASE ALLOW US TO ESCORT YOU

Woman leads police on wild chase says she was 'late for work'

You can tell she's not from Miami, because even during a police chase she signals a lane change.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

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"And where do you work, ma'am. I'm a school safety officer."

"The use of excessive force in the apprehension of the Blues brothers... has been approved."

*[Cue "Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph or "Time is Tight" by Booker T & the MGs]

The woman later said she worked for the DMV and wanted to get to work because she really, really enjoyed her job.

I don't think she's going to have to worry about her job for a while.

Big Snorks to Jeff, Stix, Le Pet, and nursecindy

(please keep those laughs coming, folks - I'm having a (r@ppy day)

Sorry to hear that, MOTW...I find a little Dave Barry usually helps me in crappy days.
But like those low-flow toilets Dave famously rants about, sometimes it takes a couple tries to flush it away...

Hope your day gets better!!

@MOTW--It seems we all have more bad days than we used to. Whenever I try to cheer someone up it often come across like the infamous attempt: "Aside from THAT Mrs. Lincoln, did you enjoy the play?"
To borrow some lines from a Dylan song: "Whiskey goes down easier than a crappy day."

MOTW, I was having one of those days too. I did some retail therapy at.......The Dollar Tree. I feel about 10% better.
(As God is my witness I had no idea it was possible to spend $50 at The Dollar Tree.)

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