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September 30, 2020


CT man claimed DNA was planted at crime scene by aircraft

(Thanks to pharmaross and John Lobert)


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Same thing happened to O.J.

I was going to say that it was dispersed via aerosol by drone, because you just know that's what some geeky phlebotomists like to do in their spare time.

Phlebotomists have their own AIR FORCE?

The Flying Phlebotomists WBAGNFARB.

@nursecindy, a female band whose members are vein women, right?

Absolutely MOTW. I'd pay to see them.

I saw the mug shot; there's no way on God's Green Earth that the assailant knew the meaning of phlebotomist.

Idiot. He should have claimed that Mr. Scott beamed it there from the Enterprise.

The perp originally claimed his DNA was planted by a flying phrenologist, but the clerk taking his statement took pity and changed the document without considering the strange bumps and craters in his head.

Nowhere else to post this, and no one's passing is ever funny, but for those who enjoyed Dave Barry's Book of Bad Songs, it is an interesting coincidence that the world lost both Helen Reddy and Mac Davis on the exact same day (9/29/2020). May Helen Reddy continue to roar wherever she is, and may Mac Davis continue to feel warm where whoever is touching him is touching him. RIP

Not really to be funny or disrespectful, but this story: While I was active in a local men's barbershop chorus some years ago, the national Barbershop Harmony Society commissioned an arrangement of Mac Davis' "I Believe in Music" for its 75th anniversary year. We learned the song to perform at one of our shows, but there was no end to our moans and groans because it had to be the worst possible selection of a pop song to arrange in barbershop harmony style.

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