wxboy: Sounds like somebody needs their driveway repaved.
Marshall Willenholly: wxboy: Sounds like somebody needs their driveway repaved.My thoughts exactly. Sounds like a great way to get your old one demolished. Maybe they could dig a hole for a new septic tank for another guy.
CapeFearCadaver: There's this area in my office that no one really goes into... bigfoot could totally fit in there. Therefore, bigfoot lives in my office.
Huron77: Yeah! 'hood I grew up in!
GeneralJim: That's silly. WHEREVER it is, Jimmy Hoffa's body is in water. A few hours after he was taken, a courier delivered a fish to his family. He sleeps with the fishes. PROBABLY somewhere in the Lake Huron to Lake Erie section of the Great Lakes, due to the timing. The mob is considerate that way -- they don't leave the families wondering.I had never heard about fish being delivered to the family. If that is true than I would say you are correct about his whereabouts
While the ex-Teamster boss [Hoffa] fretted, O'Brien was with Giacalone at a nearby athletic club. Earlier, according to O'Brien's attorney James Burdick, O'Brien had delivered a fish packed in dry ice to I.B.T. vice-president Robert Holmes. The fish was in a "leaky plastic container," according to Burdick_ O'Brien was driving a car that belonged to Giacalone's son Joey. "Because the fish blood and slime got all over the back seat of young Giacalone's car, O'Brien then went to a nearby car wash to get the stains washed off," Burdick says.The Government later seized Giacalone's car, charging that O'Brien "had used the car to lure Jimmy Hoffa into a meeting with his abductors." Tracking dogs detected Hoffa's scent in the car.
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