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#unotfromthecountryif u cnt speak english....lml....lmfaooooo

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Recent post on f-page totally rekindled my love for looking for sexual images in ads. XD Feminist readings of media. MY HOBBY.

So I was looking through this fashion magazine from Spain this morning, right?


Oh, phallic imagery. It is seriously hard to find products that aren't sold with faux blowjobs in magazine ads. Well, in high-end products that are expected to be purchased by men as gifts to women. Like, grocery stores probably don't do it. XD
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Happy easter, everyone!
(Or, everyone who celebrates it, at least)

It warmed up nicely yesterday after the morning snow, but now we're effectively snowed in. D:

As is TOTALLY appropriate for the holiday and all, have a good police blotter update:
CSFD responded to a structure fire and discovered several containers of black powder and ammunition. These items had been exposed to and compromised by the fire. [...] Officer Pugsley removed approximately 7 pounds of black powder and several thousand rounds of ammunition from the residence.

What, like, underground militia were these people in? I mean, GRANTED I know some people make their own ammunition at home, like my grandfather. But thousands of rounds? 7 pounds of black powder?
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Colorado Springs police are looking for a man who hit two 7-Eleven convenience stores early Wednesday, armed with a Klingon sword.

The first robbery was reported at 1:50 a.m., at 145 N Spruce St. The clerk told police a white man in his 20s, wearing a black mask, black jacket, and blue jeans, entered the store with a weapon the clerk recognized from the Star Trek TV series.

The robber demanded money and left with an undisclosed amount.

A half hour later, police received a call from a 7-Eleven at 2407 N. Union Blvd., where a man matching the previous description entered the store with a similar weapon. He also demanded money from the store clerk. The clerk refused and the robber "transported" himself out of the store on foot.

Both clerks described the weapon as a Star Trek Klingon-type sword, called a "Batleth."

Neither clerk was injured in the robberies.

Officers are reviewing the surveillance tapes from inside the store but Lt. David Whitlock said he does not plan to release the video or photographs "at this time."

Best part is that both clerks recognized and identified the weapon.
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Upon arrival, it was discovered that a 2007 Nissan Pick up truck had lost control, jumping the west curb of Iron Horse Trail. The vehicle drove through a fence into the back yards of the 5000 block of Barnes Road. The vehicle then struck an electrical box, a natural gas meter and the structure at 5068 Barnes Rd. causing major damage.
The collision caused a natural gas leak however the gas was shutoff before any residences had to be evacuated.
After the initial collision, the driver attempted to leave the scene by driving through the back yards of the residences in the 5000 block of Barnes Road.
The driver drove over an approximately 3 foot high retaining wall causing his vehicle to roll over onto its roof and he was detained shortly after by officers.

And THAT is why I read police blotters. WTF, trying to escape by driving through backyards?

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