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Old 08-21-2013, 08:42 PM
 
Location: PNW, CPSouth, JacksonHole, Southampton
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We don't have televisions anymore (OK... we have one, packed away two moves ago, against the day we might want to watch some DVDs... I don't even think it's in the inventory, anymore.). But I sure do miss turning on the Mississippi news, and hearing about the Crown Vics knocking over school buses, deVilles knocking over garbage trucks, fed-up hefty-gals dragging car-jackers out of their cars and givin' them a woopin'... And then there was the youth whose family members were discovered, one by one, out in the cotton field where he'd buried them (a new one every day for a week...). And who can forget the man who got caught molesting a farmer's fancy show hogs?

One becomes a connoisseur. A really good story has intimations of salacious details, extra-good pictures, and offers ideas for naming babies.

This one has it all: http://www.clarionledger.com/article...elated-charges

I always love getting back to the Magnolia State, and turning on the news, or watching it from a cardio theatre at a gym. Way better than Oregon news. One of the great things about Mississippi is the fact that the news there is never boring.
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:35 PM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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Some things are just priceless!
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MBI spokesman Warren Strain did not identify the fourth person arrested because he’s a juvenile, but family members say it is 14-year-old Blake Thompson, the victim’s son.
But it's probably his first arrest for murder, so it ain't like he's did something wrong, or nuttin'

And then there is this one:
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The Brookhaven police officer arrested in connection with murder and child sex charges has been dismissed from the force....................“We don’t put up with those types of allegations,” Bell said.............
Zero tolerance, I'm sayin'.
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Old 08-22-2013, 03:09 AM
 
Location: PNW, CPSouth, JacksonHole, Southampton
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Originally Posted by Listener2307 View Post
Some things are just priceless!
But it's probably his first arrest for murder, so it ain't like he's did something wrong, or nuttin'

And then there is this one: (not putting up with these kinds of ALLEGATIONS)

Zero tolerance, I'm sayin'.
That's right! No tolerance for the wrong kinds of allegations!

And a capable administrator also knows how to fight false ACQUISITIONS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZOIo0gIYcc (with inter-gur'ity)

I know that the YouTube link is to a Louisiana mayor, but all that talk about allegations was giving me a deja-vu...
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Old 08-22-2013, 09:13 AM
 
Location: The South
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yeah, sick and twisted and mexican cartel drug violence reports in Oregon, so just watch your own local news and you will get the debauchery that it seems you crave. The 30 Most Portland Things That Have Ever Happened In Portland, yeah right in your backyards, should keep you busy for a hundred life times, strange is not a demograghic place secluded... i promise
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Old 08-22-2013, 02:15 PM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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yeah, sick and twisted and mexican cartel drug violence reports in Oregon, so just watch your own local news and you will get the debauchery that it seems you crave. The 30 Most Portland Things That Have Ever Happened In Portland, yeah right in your backyards, should keep you busy for a hundred life times, strange is not a demograghic place secluded... i promise
That has to be the most bizarre list I have ever seen.
I have no idea why Gloria lives in Oregon, but I am working on the theory that she has been kidnapped and has limited access to the internet.
I lived in Seattle for 3 years. I will not be returning to live there.
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:56 PM
 
Location: Born in MS, currently in AR
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Crap. Just had to be Brookhaven. This is why we can't have nice things, Ole Brook.
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