Thursday, September 20, 2007

Bob is such a taker.

Bob is such a taker., originally uploaded by frecklegirl.

Monday, September 17, 2007


Climbing, originally uploaded by rejathor.


Not Barney Songs..........bob

If your in Fort Lupton, Co, don't make too much noise or turn up your radio too high in public. The judge will sentence you to hours of isolation and forced you to listen to songs from Dolly Parton, Barry Manilow, and OH No! ...Barney! what horrible punishment!

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Three boys decided to take a boat off the Gold Coast, have a few beers and start mooning the other boaters. Things took a turn when they had their pants down. The boat rocked and boys fell into the water. The boat came back and ran over them. One of the boys took a prop to the head...OUCH!

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Gator Bite..............bob

Some guy got his arm bitten off by a Gator in the south US...They caught the Gator and the Doctors are planning to cut the arm out of the animinals stomach and reattach it back on the victim.

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Wax Job.........bob

Came across a story the other day about a woman who was doing a bikini
wax on her... "you know what"....The wax ran down to her pantie liner and dried.
She forgot all about it until a good while later when nature called.....Well,
apparently the wax had sealed off her Hoo...Hoo and slammed the door shut to the
chocolate factory as well! I can imagine the scene at the beach, calling 911 to
come and get the plumbing unplugged..........Yee......ahoooo!

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Sunday, September 16, 2007

Saturday, September 15, 2007

ASS stuck!...................bob

Firefighters rescue donkey trapped in well

Photo by Jeffrey Hage, Fergus Falls Daily Journal

Photo: Jeffrey Hage, Fergus Falls Daily Journal

in the western Minnesota town of Underwood weren't quite sure what to
expect when they got the call: A donkey had fallen down an abandoned
well and was trapped.

An unusual rescue operation followed.
Firefighters quickly realized that the donkey, which belonged to a
farmer named Warren Gundberg, couldn't just be pulled from the well. So
they started pulling away earth with a Bobcat tractor and dismantling
the well block by block.

Once the west wall of the well was dismantled, firefighters put a harness around the donkey and guided it out with a rope.

Fire Chief Bruce Huseth says he's rescued cows who've fallen through
the ice, but never a trapped donkey. He says it appeared the donkey
wandered away from its farm and onto some boards covering the well,
which broke.

The donkey had some bruises but is otherwise fine.

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Autopsy Alive!............bob

"Dead" man wakes up under autopsy knife

CARACAS (Reuters) - A Venezuelan man who had been declared dead
woke up in the morgue in excruciating pain after medical examiners
began their autopsy.

Carlos Camejo, 33, was declared dead after a highway accident and
taken to the morgue, where examiners began an autopsy only to realize
something was amiss when he started bleeding. They quickly sought to
stitch up the incision on his face.

"I woke up because the pain was unbearable," Camejo said, according
to a report on Friday in leading local newspaper El Universal.

His grieving wife turned up at the morgue to identify her husband's body only to find him moved into a corridor -- and alive.

Reuters could not immediately reach hospital officials to confirm
the events. But Camejo showed the newspaper his facial scar and a
document ordering the autopsy.

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Funny Sign, originally uploaded by Classic Pep.

Don't get caught....bob

Friday, September 14, 2007


Expose Me.!...................bob

SoCal court reinstates 'men only' sex charge against woman
09/12/07 10:29:18

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An appeals court reinstated a charge of indecent exposure against a woman who disrobed in front of a 14-year-old boy.

The three-member panel overturned a ruling by Riverside County Superior Court Judge Robert W. Armstrong, who had dismissed charges against Alexis Luz Garcia last year, ruling that the law making it a misdemeanor for someone to expose "his person" didn't apply to women.

In a ruling issued Aug. 28, the appeals panel noted that another section of state law says that "words used in the masculine gender include the feminine and neuter."

"We can find no logical or reasonable basis for concluding women are incapable of committing the crime of indecent exposure," the panel wrote in its 13-page decision.

Garcia, 41, of Corona, was cited in May 2006 after parents of a neighbor boy said she displayed full-frontal nudity as he played basketball.

Prosecutors said Garcia had complained that the 14-year-old was making too much noise while playing basketball. When her complaints went unheeded she allegedly went out onto her sundeck and disrobed.

Prosecutors said the boy's parents called police after the woman threatened to disrobe every time the boy played basketball.

Garcia was charged with the exposure count and with willfully resisting a police officer for refusing to open her door when the officer tried to talk to her.

Deputy District Attorney Matt Reilly said the decision "reinforces that both men and women need to be treated equally under the law."

A call to Deputy Public Defender William A. Meronek, who argued the appeal for Garcia, was not immediately returned Wednesday.

If convicted, Garcia faces up to a year in county jail and would have to register as a sex offender for life.

Information from: Daily Journal



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911... They Stole My POT!.................bob

Man calls 911, complains to police his pot was stolen

September 13, 2007 - 6:34PM

SHELBY — A man who told police marijuana and liquor were stolen from his home was arrested Wednesday after he repeatedly called 911 and cussed at a dispatcher.

Patrick Darnell Hunt, 39, told police he returned home after spending four days in jail to find his house broken into. Among the items Hunt told police were stolen included three TVs and three DVD players as well as a half-pound of marijuana and white liquor.

Officer D.P. Halloran wrote in his report that someone cut Hunt’s screen door, pulled a piece of wood over a door window and unlocked the back door to gain entry to Hunt’s Legrand Street home.

According to police documents, Halloran responded to the home shortly after the break-in was reported Wednesday at 6:42 p.m.

Within an hour, Hunt was in handcuffs.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

7 Maids a...............bob'n

crazy girls, originally uploaded by rhalper.

No "if's"......."Ands'..........or......"bob"

Dumb ASS........bob

Published September 13, 2007
[ From Lansing State Journal ]

City man injured in explosion

Midday update

Derek Wallbank
Lansing State Journal

LANSING - City police are investigating an explosion that injured a Felt Street man.

The man, a neighbor said, apparently lost a considerable part of his right arm today after tripping a booby trap he'd set in his home to catch burglars.

The man, whose ID has yet to be released, apparently tripped the explosive about 8:30 a.m., and then ran to a neighbor's home for help. City police spokesman Lt. Bruce Ferguson said the man was "working with or creating some sort of explosive device."


Neighbor Patrick Struble, 48, said the victim rigged his home with booby traps of gun powder and water piping after being burglarized two years ago.

The explosion, "I guess about took his hand off," Struble said.

Lansing police have blocked off the entire block of Felt Street to investigate. Members of the state police bomb squad will enter the home before 11:30 a.m., local police said.

Police said they are conducting a criminal investigation and are eager to talk to the victim who is undergoing emergency surgery at an area hospital.

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Wednesday, September 12, 2007


That's pretty darn broke. Don't know if its better off though
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Wild Baby Snake'n ... scrub a... bob...bob...bob

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