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(Star-Banner)   Deputy arrests hog; requires backup   ( divider line
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1158 clicks; posted to Main » on 06 Aug 2001 at 10:21 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-08-06 10:59:19 AM  
Minutes later, Douglas, Marion sheriff's work farm supervisor Capt. Mike Deen and Deputy John Shivley arrived on the scene to help Dunlap end the struggle.

What is a work farm supervisor Capt.?
2001-08-06 11:05:03 AM  
It's a farm where prisoners work. Like a chain gang. 10 years ago that guy was county sheriff. What a demotion.
2001-08-06 11:13:26 AM  
I love it, a pig arresting a pig. I wonder if the pig had its orifaces searched for contraband? Ya know, the cops can't be too careful these days.
2001-08-06 11:26:41 AM  
Thaaaaaats alll folks!
2001-08-06 11:52:21 AM  
"PETA is outraged by the pig sty the police keeps the pigs quarters in and demands them to release the pig or give it a nicer place to live" Story at 11
2001-08-06 11:58:49 AM  
"I smell bacon! Bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon...!"
2001-08-06 12:16:01 PM  
It's not too bright to tackle a hog, city boy.
2001-08-06 01:00:03 PM  
*insert banjo chase music here*
2001-08-06 01:09:33 PM  
Although I've pretty much supressed such memories, we used to have "greased pig" contests when I was a kid. Grease up a little piglet, set him loose in a pen, and try an' catch 'em. NOT as easy as you'd think (like you'd naturally think about such things...).
2001-08-06 03:54:37 PM  
Squeal like a stuck pig, boy!
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