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July 11, 2019

IS THERE A PROBLEM, OFFICER?

Logan Co. man allegedly driving stolen vehicle filled with uranium, a rattlesnake, and Kentucky Deluxe

Needless to say the rattlesnake was released after producing a valid Florida driver’s license.

(Thanks to Mike B and Nelson from Michigan)

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When I was a teen police would make you pour you powered radioactive uranium out on the side of the road, let you go then tell you drive carefully.

Their mugshots do them justice

Exactly where in Walmart do you find canisters of radioactive uranium?

Forget Elvis, Hunter Thompson is alive and unwell.

I'm confused by the second mugshot. Is she the uranium, the rattlesnake, or the "Kentucky Deluxe"?

That can be hazardous to your health — riding around with an armed female felon tanked up on KY Deluxe.

The Oregon State Highway Department could have handled this situation easily.

Rattlesnakes filled with uranium are very common in Australia.

Fella could have a pretty good weekend in Paducah with that stuff.

A Canadian friend just sent me another version of this story which is even scarier. They planned to feed the uranium to the snake to create a 'Super Snake.'
As if the snakes we have now need improving.

"The uranium is the wild card in that situation."

I think the entire deck is wild on this one.

I've heard that snakes don't do well in nuclear blasts.

The Rattlesnake also produced credentials issued by the Oklahoma state bar.

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