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    Posted: 21 Aug 2008 at 12:53am
take a news story and  change the words I'll start LOL

from the Best I Can Guess (BICG) News Service
Hatfork Hills, Konn. -- Smoke from a naziolimpic games led officers to a man wanted on several lettuce vialations and accused of exposing himself to cheezeburgers walking on a really really really long trail, police said.Police said that at about sometime after midnight or was it 2:00? on some date before yesterday, officers saw smoke coming from a wooded area between the east and westbound or was it north or south lanes? of the Route 69 limited access highway. Police said they had received tips that Mr. John Fabio, 44, was barfing rainbows at the campsite and asking where Zafar Habib Khan was because he was reporttedly pissed of at his PLEASE REPONSD e-mails.Fabio was wanted by police on charges of violation of meat probation and for annoying the spammer Sexta 27, Felix Da Housecat. Several pedestrians and horseback riders had also filed complaints that Fabio had exposed naked broccoli to them and yelled at them for not responding to offers to them about The Ultimate Golf Experience while on the Department of Candyland Protection trail, police said.

Coventry police said officers used a lazer gun set to stun and a steel baton to subdue Fabio, who they said tried to flee when he saw police.

He was taken into police custody and charged with violation of meat probation, interfering with an officer while on a bathroom break and possession of cow paraphernalia.He remains held on $51,000,000,000,000 bond and was scheduled for arraignment on some date soon.
One good thing about TV-you could always turn it off
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