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(Fox News)   The police easily identified the 4 a.m. arsonist at the car dealership. When they arrived, he was sitting in a car adjacent to the one on fire and calmly eating from a jar of peanut butter   ( divider line
    More: Strange, arsons, Richland County, eating, jars  
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2012-08-31 06:57:08 AM  
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casual disregard: When I think of the word "arsonist," the image that appears in my mind is something akin to "terrorist mastermind." Not just some crazy person.

In short, I think we sling arsonist around a bit too freely. Can't we call the weird ones something like firebug or burny or something?

Pyromaniac conjures up the image here.
2012-08-31 06:56:42 AM  
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othmar: if it aint Jiff that should add a felony charge in my opinion

If we're talking peanut butter (I love it) I have grown to love the natural, separated versions you can get now. I just bought a jar of some small producer's natural peanut butter and read the indredients: "Peanuts, less than 2% salt".

Take a look at the major peanut butters and you see "hydrogenated" too much.

I don't need hydrogenated peanuts, I can stir it up myself and it tastes better and richer.
Also MUCH better to cook with.
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