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I agree with that...

...Cop (after having pulled you over): "Mind if I look through your car?"

Note that he didn't say he was going to look through your car he's just asking to do that.

And you being a law abiding citizen say "OK".

But what if your son/daughter had borrowed your car and left a joint in the ashtray?
Your kid wouldn't do that you say? OK, well maybe your child's friend does it instead?

What's the cop going to do next?

Headline sounded scary

but it seems to be the right thing to do.

Reagan and Ford don't count?

Serious? Or do you just have a short memory?

Would anyone have been OK with this if...

...if they fired her and refused to hire the baby-daddy? Or if the inseminator had worked there at the time and he had been fired along with her?

Something about the sinkhole in Florida made me LOL

I was listening to the radio and thought I heard them say the victims name was Jeb Bush. (it's actually Jeff Bush) But it seemed like divine intervention if had been Jeb.

Interesting...

...here in Michigan we have a problem with lamprey eels. I wonder if they have any market value in Japan?

Is that the sinkhole in question?

n/t

Panties as refferred to in Anatomy of a Murder

[Judge Weaver has stopped the testimony by Detective Sergeant James Durgo, State Police, and called the lawyers to his bench]

Judge Weaver: Mr. Biegler, you finally got your rape into the case, and I think all the details should now be made clear to the jury. What exactly was the undergarment just referred to?

Paul Biegler: Panties, Your Honor.

Judge Weaver: Do you expect this subject to come up again?

Paul Biegler: Yes, Sir.

Judge Weaver: There's a certain light connotation attached to the word "panties." Can we find another name for them?

Mitch Lodwick: I never heard my wife call 'em anything else.

Judge Weaver: Mr. Biegler?

Paul Biegler: I'm a bachelor, Your Honor.

Judge Weaver: That's a great help. Mr. Dancer?

Claude Dancer: When I was overseas during the war, Your Honor, I learned a French word. I'm afraid that might be slightly suggestive.

Judge Weaver: Most French words are.

That's government intrusion!!!

Do I need to add: sarcasm

Are you sure?

This seems to have been written from Mr Benson's point of view. What's the chances he gave a slanted version?
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