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(Get busy livin')   81 year old fugitive back in jail. It seemed he doubted that Maryland would toss up any roadblocks for an old crook like him   (fayobserver.com) divider line 47
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2008-05-26 09:41:45 AM
Great reference, subby

/Get busy livin', or get busy dyin'
 
2008-05-26 09:59:31 AM
dustman81: Great reference, subby

/Get busy livin', or get busy dyin'


Thanks.. Great movie. I wanted to put the whole "Get busy livin', or get busy dyin'" comment as the source but it was longer than 35 digits...

/subby
 
2008-05-26 11:12:43 AM
I can finally feel safe with him off the streets. I'm sure he was a real threat to everyone's wellbeing.
 
2008-05-26 11:15:58 AM
Brooks was here
 
2008-05-26 11:17:33 AM
So was Red
 
2008-05-26 11:18:10 AM
Zihuatanejo.
 
2008-05-26 11:18:13 AM
sweet, great Take the Money and Run reference.

er I mean I am a fugitive from a chain gain reference.

I mean green mile.
 
2008-05-26 11:20:01 AM
there should be a "live a crime free life for over 30 years, and no charges for escape", clause. if the guy had been convicted of murder he would have been set free over 20 years ago..
i know if i escaped from jail, i would be a non-criminal, liven below the radar..living on a beach in the Caribbean, collecting 20%..
but break the law again, and x2 the sentence.
 
TSD [TotalFark]
2008-05-26 11:21:21 AM
Forty years I been asking permission to piss. I can't squeeze a drop without say-so.
 
2008-05-26 11:22:03 AM
[looks under obsidian stone]
 
2008-05-26 11:25:56 AM
/too obscure obtuse?
 
2008-05-26 11:29:03 AM
trucktrash: /too obscure obtuse?

What did you call me?
 
2008-05-26 11:29:34 AM
Favorite movie, ever.
 
2008-05-26 11:31:14 AM
Anyone come at you yet? I mean, anyone get to you yet?

I can be a friend to you, Subby.
 
2008-05-26 11:31:57 AM
maybe he was institutionalized. . .
 
2008-05-26 11:35:46 AM
Allornone, I do believe you're talking out of your ass.
 
2008-05-26 11:46:52 AM
RidersOfLohan: sweet, great Take the Money and Run reference.

er I mean I am a fugitive from a chain gain reference.

I mean green mile.


Getting closer...
 
2008-05-26 11:49:17 AM
His judgement cometh, and that right soon.
 
2008-05-26 11:55:10 AM
I wish I could tell you that this old crook fought the good fight, and Maryland let him be.
 
2008-05-26 11:58:30 AM
Didn't do it! Lawyer farked me!
 
2008-05-26 11:58:42 AM
I want Rita Hayworth too
 
2008-05-26 11:58:58 AM
May is one damn fine month to be working outdoors.
 
2008-05-26 11:59:49 AM
FTFA- "After his 1965 escape, he was arrested several times under different identities around the country."


that's some good police work there.
 
2008-05-26 12:02:58 PM
Grassy Knoll Stains: I want Rita Hayworth too

I don't have her stuffed down the front of my pants right now, I'm sorry to say, but relax. I'll get her.
 
2008-05-26 12:07:24 PM
This just in: Crime has a lousy retirement program.
 
2008-05-26 12:12:36 PM
Props to Subby for the excellent title and reference, but...

"Nancy"land spent how many thousands to close the loop on an 81-year old fugitive who was "in bed at a home, where he was being cared for by a nurse."

/fine work there, Lou...
//morans
 
TSD [TotalFark]
2008-05-26 12:16:32 PM
The collosal prick even managed to sound magnanimous.
 
2008-05-26 12:16:56 PM
i mean, seriously, how often do you look at a mans shoes?
 
2008-05-26 12:18:33 PM
I have no idea to this day what those two Italian ladies were singing about. Truth is, I don't want to know. Some things are best left unsaid. I'd like to think they were singing about something so beautiful, it can't be expressed in words, and makes your heart ache because of it. I tell you, those voices soared higher and farther than anybody in a gray place dares to dream. It was like some beautiful bird flapped into our drab little cage and made those walls dissolve away, and for the briefest of moments, every last man in Shawshank felt free.

/love this thread
//love this movie
 
2008-05-26 12:19:14 PM
I-I-I believe this boy's gonna have an a-a-accident
 
2008-05-26 12:39:10 PM
FTA: "U.S. marshals found Parker in bed at a home, where he was being cared for by a nurse."

That's some fine detective work there Lou!
 
2008-05-26 12:50:34 PM
wildancrazy159: there should be a "live a crime free life for over 30 years, and no charges for escape", clause.

Funny how no one advocates that for border jumpers.
 
2008-05-26 01:20:27 PM
I don't like it here. I'm tired of being afraid all the time. I've decided not to stay. I doubt they'll kick up any fuss. Not for an old crook like me.



/Alexander Dumas
 
2008-05-26 01:26:16 PM
Shawshank was a pretty great movie. I especially liked all the parts they blatantly ripped off from "Escape from Alcatraz".
 
2008-05-26 01:57:59 PM
CommiePuddin: wildancrazy159: there should be a "live a crime free life for over 30 years, and no charges for escape", clause.

Funny how no one advocates that for border jumpers.


Because they took our jarbs!

static.flickr.com
 
2008-05-26 02:31:17 PM
I fail to see how this is "spiffy."
 
2008-05-26 02:35:45 PM
"Now me and Andy..."

That's all I've got. it's probably funnier if you hear me say it out loud, ya know, the voice and everything.
 
2008-05-26 02:59:04 PM
T-Luv: CommiePuddin: wildancrazy159: there should be a "live a crime free life for over 30 years, and no charges for escape", clause.

Funny how no one advocates that for border jumpers.

Because they took our jarbs!


dah dook err derbs!
 
2008-05-26 03:17:57 PM
CommiePuddin: wildancrazy159: there should be a "live a crime free life for over 30 years, and no charges for escape", clause.

Funny how no one advocates that for border jumpers.


You must've missed the original amnesty passed for illegals back in the 1980's. Not to mention all the attempts by the democrats, once they took control of congress, to give amnesty to illegals these past 2 years.

Are the democrats going to put amnesty for illegals in their democratic convention manifesto? I'll answer that for you - No f'ing way. They didn't make any mention of amnesty during the 2006 congressional races, in fact, 23 of the 28 seats the democrats won their candidates campaigned on better border enforcement and expunging current illegals out.
 
2008-05-26 04:04:05 PM
Are you gonna eat that?
 
2008-05-26 04:05:50 PM
"in bed at a home, where he was being cared for by a nurse."

/Easy peasy Japanesey.
 
2008-05-26 04:22:32 PM
Greatest movie ever.

Kid passed. C+ average. Thought you'd like to know.
 
2008-05-26 06:53:35 PM
i give subby props.
 
2008-05-26 08:54:38 PM
The fact he is being cared for by a nurse makes me think that they might actually re-sentence him to a home gps bracelet, since it would probably cost the state MORE to take care of him in jail than they are paying for him right now.

I do like the fact that he had gone back to using his real name and even voting for a while (makes it much harder to find someone when they use their real names)
 
2008-05-26 11:51:23 PM
zefal: Are the democrats going to put amnesty for illegals in their democratic convention manifesto? I'll answer that for you - No f'ing way. They didn't make any mention of amnesty during the 2006 congressional races, in fact, 23 of the 28 seats the democrats won their candidates campaigned on better border enforcement and expunging current illegals out.

Hmm... they don't need to advertise that they're going to use their corrupt political practices to get people to vote for them to people who can't yet vote for them.
 
2008-05-27 10:12:55 AM
I find I'm so excited, I can barely sit still or hold a thought in my head. I think it's the excitement only a free man can feel, a free man at the start of a long journey whose conclusion is uncertain. I hope I can make it across the border. I hope to see my friend, and shake his hand. I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope.

/a great, great film
 
2008-05-27 08:34:04 PM
slashObscure: Greatest movie ever.

Kid passed. C+ average. Thought you'd like to know.


two things never happened again...the sisters never bothered andy again....and boggs never walked again--as far as i know he spent his last days drinking his food through a straw
 
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