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(Atlanta Journal Constitution)   Wheelchair bumps into car at gas station. Hilarity ensues   (ajc.com) divider line 115
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2012-12-05 11:58:05 PM  

dennysgod: Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go.

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Oh yes, the Dr. Gillespie killings.
 
2012-12-05 11:59:22 PM  
Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.

She has no excuse. Zero. farking. Excuse. I don't care if the guy was turning wheelies in the parking lot, he's in a chair, so he's not moving quickly, and she should have seen him and approached (if at farking all) with caution. She failed. Hard.

As a pedestrian I support the guy- drivers are inconsiderate and careless in an extreme. I've been hit four times in the past year where I live in Houston. Police got one guy (that looks like Richard Dryfus no less). People don't stop, they're not observant, and they think because they're in the car they have the right of way. They're just oh so farking busy so please excuse the shiat out of them and their little personal emergency which could cost you your life.

People often biatch about bicyclists, and I agree with that, but shiat like this is the same thing: people in cars not paying attention. It's the same as if the guy pulled out a gun and pointed at her then started firing. It's just as dangerous, and it's a valid analogy: bullet/car, both will kill if not properly utilized; attention is required. Take a 6000lb vehicle and approach a 200lb pedestrian- people, without armor, are a bit farking vulnerable. But farking morons in their landbarges don't care- they're in just such a hurry, fark everyone else.

Well god damn, good on him for popping her. Good on him. I hope he bought a beer before the cops showed up. shiat, if he goes to jail I'll send him some money for his account.

So cheers for one less farkhead out there: she's 1 farking person, but there are many more pedestrians and crackpot old men with guns. Seriously: open your farking eyes people. Turn down your Lady Gaga, stop farking texting, put down your God damn cell phone.

The problem is that driving is too easy: automatic transmissions, yellow lines, signs and lights to tell you what to do. Fischer farking Price couldn't have made an easier system for driving a 3 ton automobile. You farks never realize how many lives you place at risk.

If it were up to me cars would have collision detectors that would stop the car and electrocute the driver for several seconds in such an instance. You farking morons with your cars, always in a hurry, ignoring everyone else in the world.
 
2012-12-06 12:02:51 AM  

That Guy...From That Show!: UsikFark: JasonOfOrillia: UsikFark: [i48.tinypic.com image 620x511]

The guy who shot her.

Shooter was black? No way that was self-defense.

I think the shooter's farking CRAZY. It wasn't self defense because in the events described, she hit the brakes to avoid his wheelchair, and he rolled over to her car to shoot her. That's premeditated.

They're not sure if it was a wheelchair. In one part of the article they say it was a wheelchair. In a different part they say it was another vehicle.

They said nothing about him rolling over to her or about her hitting brakes to avoid his vehicle or wheelchair or whatever the heck was going on.


Source

As cars and trucks rolled in and out of the Murphy Express on Gray Highway on Tuesday, there came a man in an electric wheelchair tooling across the lot, skirting the line at the pumps.

Maybe 40 feet from the gas plaza, the woman in the Buick hit the brakes.

Within minutes, she would be dead.
 
2012-12-06 12:04:44 AM  
Of course, it would be different if he were a cop...
Police on the West Side shot and critically injured a man who tried to run over an officer with a car in the Lawndale neighborhood Sunday night, authorities said.
... or...
[Police spokesman] Lack said the driver struck one of the police vehicles attempting to box him in and aggressively backed up, almost striking a police officer, who had approached the minivan on foot.
At that time, Lack said "an officer fearing that his fellow officer may be run over fires a single shot, striking the subject in the leg."
 
2012-12-06 12:05:56 AM  
The solution is more guns, right?
 
2012-12-06 12:07:55 AM  
www.everydaynodaysoff.com 

From the states evidence
 
2012-12-06 12:08:32 AM  

UsikFark: [i48.tinypic.com image 620x511]

The guy who shot her.


I place my bet on this being another case of not adequately looking after the mentally ill.
 
2012-12-06 12:10:39 AM  

Langdon_777: UsikFark: [i48.tinypic.com image 620x511]

The guy who shot her.

I place my bet on this being another case of not adequately looking after the mentally ill.


The guy is a veteran with a stroke. Lots going on there.
 
2012-12-06 12:13:11 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: This doesn't add up.

When police arrived, Hunnicutt was in cardiac arrest and officers began performing CPR.

The suspect, Frank Louis Reeves, was apprehended in the gas station parking lot. He was being held on a murder charge at the Bibb County Jail

So the woman died of a heart attack, yet it's the wheelchair guy's fault??


EVERYONE dies of cardiac arrest. It's when your heart stops beating, not merely a heart attack.
 
2012-12-06 12:13:21 AM  
So order DirectTV and don't end up dead in a gas station with a bullet hole from a guy in a motorized wheelchair.
 
2012-12-06 12:16:47 AM  
This whole thing sounds like a mess.

You have an old lady, who may well not have seen an old man in a motorized wheelchair, which are very difficult to see when they're rolling around in parking lots. Really, they do not belong anywhere near where a car is. She doesn't seem like the kind of person who would have either deliberately or accidentally struck a person in a wheelchair.

You have an old man, who by all accounts is not doing too well upstairs--evidently he'd had at least one stroke and was displaying erratic behavior according to neighbors and family. He should not have had access to a gun, and probably shouldn't have been running around the neighborhood alone. Certainly he shouldn't have been in a PARKING LOT in a motorized wheelchair, since evidently he didn't realize nobody could see him.

The old lady thinks she hit an old man in a wheelchair; she gets out to see if he's okay; he deliberately bangs into her car with his chair and pulls his gun. To scare her, he says later, but then somehow--deliberately? accidentally? he does have a paralyzed arm--shoots her full in the chest.

However this shakes out, nobody wins here.
 
2012-12-06 12:18:40 AM  
Meesterjojo:

Look, if you want people to notice you so badly, just post pictures of cleavage.

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-12-06 12:20:45 AM  
A long time friend of mine knew this victim through direct family.

Imagine my morning when I woke up and had a Facebook message, and this was the first thing I read that day:

my mother's first cousin was murdered in macon, shot in the chest, just getting out of her card. everything i was complaining about today just didn't seem so important when I found this out.


By the way, http://www.macon.com has more to this than the AJC. I know that's a bit unusual, given the reputation of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, but, well, Macon Telegraph is local, so they have a better perspective and a bit more information, at least they are trying. Telegraph has a professional reputation in its own right. Gray is Macon's next-door neighbor, right after Milledgeville.
 
2012-12-06 12:22:22 AM  
Oh and the AJC got it wrong, it wasn't Macon, it was Gray. Which as I already mentioned is next door to Macon. Basically if you drive to Macon through Milledgeville and pick up through Highway ... 212, I believe? You go through Gray. It's a smaller town, about 2/3rds the size of Columbus, Georgia.
 
2012-12-06 12:22:55 AM  

Meesterjojo: Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.

She has no excuse. Zero. farking. Excuse. I don't care if the guy was turning wheelies in the parking lot, he's in a chair, so he's not moving quickly, and she should have seen him and approached (if at farking all) with caution. She failed. Hard.

As a pedestrian I support the guy- drivers are inconsiderate and careless in an extreme. I've been hit four times in the past year where I live in Houston. Police got one guy (that looks like Richard Dryfus no less). People don't stop, they're not observant, and they think because they're in the car they have the right of way. They're just oh so farking busy so please excuse the shiat out of them and their little personal emergency which could cost you your life.

People often biatch about bicyclists, and I agree with that, but shiat like this is the same thing: people in cars not paying attention. It's the same as if the guy pulled out a gun and pointed at her then started firing. It's just as dangerous, and it's a valid analogy: bullet/car, both will kill if not properly utilized; attention is required. Take a 6000lb vehicle and approach a 200lb pedestrian- people, without armor, are a bit farking vulnerable. But farking morons in their landbarges don't care- they're in just such a hurry, fark everyone else.

Well god damn, good on him for popping her. Good on him. I hope he bought a beer before the cops showed up. shiat, if he goes to jail I'll send him some money for his account.

So cheers for one less farkhead out there: she's 1 farking person, but there are many more pedestrians and crackpot old men with guns. Seriously: open your farking eyes people. Turn down your Lady Gaga, stop farking texting, put down your God damn cell phone.

The problem is that driving is too easy: automatic transmissions, yellow lines, signs and lights ...


I'll give you 1/10 for the commitment.
 
2012-12-06 12:22:57 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: So the woman died of a heart attack, yet it's the wheelchair guy's fault??


Cardiac arrest just means the heart had stopped, not WHY it stopped. Maybe she had a heart attack. Maybe half of her heart was blown away by a bullet. Maybe it stopped becuase of excessive blood loss. Either way, her heart stopped becuase she was shot, that is murder.
 
2012-12-06 12:25:01 AM  

UsikFark:

Source

As cars and trucks rolled in and out of the Murphy Express on Gray Highway on Tuesday, there came a man in an electric wheelchair tooling across the lot, skirting the line at the pumps.

Maybe 40 feet from the gas plaza, the woman in the Buick hit the brakes.

Within minutes, she would be dead.


Thanks, that's waaaaay better than the other one. I wasn't sure what the heck happened there.
 
2012-12-06 12:31:15 AM  

Meesterjojo: Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.

She has no excuse. Zero. farking. Excuse. I don't care if the guy was turning wheelies in the parking lot, he's in a chair, so he's not moving quickly, and she should have seen him and approached (if at farking all) with caution. She failed. Hard.

As a pedestrian I support the guy- drivers are inconsiderate and careless in an extreme. I've been hit four times in the past year where I live in Houston. Police got one guy (that looks like Richard Dryfus no less). People don't stop, they're not observant, and they think because they're in the car they have the right of way. They're just oh so farking busy so please excuse the shiat out of them and their little personal emergency which could cost you your life.

People often biatch about bicyclists, and I agree with that, but shiat like this is the same thing: people in cars not paying attention. It's the same as if the guy pulled out a gun and pointed at her then started firing. It's just as dangerous, and it's a valid analogy: bullet/car, both will kill if not properly utilized; attention is required. Take a 6000lb vehicle and approach a 200lb pedestrian- people, without armor, are a bit farking vulnerable. But farking morons in their landbarges don't care- they're in just such a hurry, fark everyone else.

Well god damn, good on him for popping her. Good on him. I hope he bought a beer before the cops showed up. shiat, if he goes to jail I'll send him some money for his account.

So cheers for one less farkhead out there: she's 1 farking person, but there are many more pedestrians and crackpot old men with guns. Seriously: open your farking eyes people. Turn down your Lady Gaga, stop farking texting, put down your God damn cell phone.

The problem is that driving is too easy: automatic transmissions, yellow lines, signs and lights ...


Came to say this.
11/0.1
 
2012-12-06 12:31:43 AM  

Old enough to know better: Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go.

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Hopefully.


A place full of warmth and light?
 
2012-12-06 12:32:19 AM  
Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.

She has no excuse. Zero. farking. Excuse. I don't care if the guy was turning wheelies in the parking lot, he's in a chair, so he's not moving quickly, and she should have seen him and approached (if at farking all) with caution. She failed. Hard.

As a pedestrian I support the guy- drivers are inconsiderate and careless in an extreme. I've been hit four times in the past year where I live in Houston. Police got one guy (that looks like Richard Dryfus no less). People don't stop, they're not observant, and they think because they're in the car they have the right of way. They're just oh so farking busy so please excuse the shiat out of them and their little personal emergency which could cost you your life.




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2012-12-06 12:35:26 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: So the woman died of a heart attack, yet it's the wheelchair guy's fault??


"It's not my fault Mr. Buttle's heart condition didn't show up on Mr Tuttle's medical report!"

/Got nuthin
//murder is rarely hilarious, subby...
 
2012-12-06 12:43:25 AM  

AkaranD: Woman died of a gunshot wound that lead to her cardiac arrest.


Except when a cop uses a taser on someone or even shoots them and the result is cardiac arrest and they die then it's just 'natural causes' a coincidence it happened when they got tased or shot or beaten or whatever. Yeah I know double standards, but that may be what was being referred to.
 
2012-12-06 12:43:34 AM  

Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go.


Good find. Kudos.
 
2012-12-06 12:43:48 AM  

The One True TheDavid: Let this be a hint to drivers that they should be more careful. There are pedestrians, wheelchairs, school kids, bicycles, blind people and motorcycles all over the place. Even in Atlanta.


And, apparently, every one of them is armed to the teeth like Mad Max.

I used to drive through Georgia on my way to Florida for vacations. Through Georgia, and out the other side, without slowing down or stopping.
 
2012-12-06 01:00:03 AM  

Old enough to know better: Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go.

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Hopefully.


Sorry bud...
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Not wheelchair accessible.
 
2012-12-06 01:20:23 AM  

lewismarktwo: halB: Should an old and infirmed man in a wheelchair have a handgun? Absolutely.

But at some point, the person becomes incompetent to properly wield the weapon. I fear that despite how terrible this incident was, we won't truly address the real issue: old people get incompetent and we don't do anything about it.

Old people vote. If young people thought that their vote mattered this world would be a much better place.


old people need supervision, removal from their homes, medical attention, loss of driving privileges and protection from those who will prey upon them for profit. sadly few receive these services. we also tend to not provide ample support for the homeless, the mentally ill, veterans, people dependent on drugs/alcohol and so many other groups of people. we also allow any moran to reproduce. mankind/society is a great big pot of failure. voting isn't going to change that. voting is bullshiat, it is lip service to appease the masses. only the most wealthy and powerful have any true influence, the bulk of us merely provide labor or suckle at the great teat. politicians are bought and paid for, liars who lie, and they rarely live up to their campaign promises. the bulk of the population is nothing and their vote means nothing.
 
2012-12-06 01:21:27 AM  

Fiction Fan: A long time friend of mine knew this victim through direct family.

Imagine my morning when I woke up and had a Facebook message, and this was the first thing I read that day:

my mother's first cousin was murdered in macon, shot in the chest, just getting out of her card. everything i was complaining about today just didn't seem so important when I found this out.


By the way, http://www.macon.com has more to this than the AJC. I know that's a bit unusual, given the reputation of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, but, well, Macon Telegraph is local, so they have a better perspective and a bit more information, at least they are trying. Telegraph has a professional reputation in its own right. Gray is Macon's next-door neighbor, right after Milledgeville.


Damn reading the personal details of her life has made it worse :(

And I do not doubt that reading the personal details of the shooters life will make me feel ever crappier. :( :(

As Gyrfalcon said, "Nobody wins here."

She was probably too old too be driving (I work in a drive through bottle-o I know bad some old drivers can be, totally fine in straight lines, but any sort of abnormality takes too long for them to respond too), he should have been in a veterans nursing home, enjoying his days being fed, recounting old war stories and watching tv.

*feels worse than when he woek up*
 
2012-12-06 01:25:25 AM  

PaulieattheTap: The few times I cruised thru GA to visit friends, when I got to Macon I would call just let them know that I Smell MACON!

Never stopped there. Don't want too. But they always knew where I was and how long it may take.

/ S. FL to Alpharetta / Cummings Ga several times.
// Hate that drive on the way back.
/// Three-zes


Ewww Alpharetta
 
2012-12-06 01:31:16 AM  

Meesterjojo: Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.

She has no excuse. Zero. farking. Excuse. I don't care if the guy was turning wheelies in the parking lot, he's in a chair, so he's not moving quickly, and she should have seen him and approached (if at farking all) with caution. She failed. Hard.


On the other hand I've seen all too many people in wheelchairs who think it gives them an absolute right of way. The worst example was back in college, she was capable of controlling her chair properly (when faced with an immovable object she would correctly steer around it) but she utterly didn't care who or what her chair hit. If you were in her way she would simply run you down. (At least until she learned that if it wasn't convenient for me to get out of the way and she could go around I would set my foot at an angle--my feet are big enough that her front wheels couldn't climb over if I did it right and the force would compress my shoe, not my foot. She would be brought to a halt and I wouldn't be hurt.)

A gas station is likely to have plenty of things for a chair to be hiding behind, both sides have to be alert in such maneuvering. It could very well be that he pulled out too close for her to react. His conduct certainly shows he's got some screws loose--even if it was deliberate the threat was obviously gone at the point she got out of the car.

As a pedestrian I support the guy- drivers are inconsiderate and careless in an extreme. I've been hit four times in the past year where I live in Houston.

That makes it pretty clear it's your fault.
 
2012-12-06 01:44:21 AM  
This whole thing is just a bad situation for everyone involved. I think I'll resist using this thread as a venue for my own views on the factors involved and leave it at that.
 
2012-12-06 02:06:32 AM  
what can they do to this man? he is already in an electric wheel chair
 
2012-12-06 02:13:27 AM  

Feral_and_Preposterous: Meesterjojo: Who cares what she died from: she's obviously a bad farking driver, careless as shiat, and not watching out for people in wheelchairs. She got exactly what she deserved. Exactly. Spot on.


To that I say F U.

I own a car and drive a lot (live in LA) but for three years I had to walk or take public transit before I got my wheels. I speak from both perspectives (as a pedestrian and as a motorist).

On one hand drivers should be more aware of their surroundings and watch out for people and NOT get impatient when people need to cross the road. It IS very hard to see out of your car sometimes, especially with bigger vehicles (I drive a used SUV) and especially at night.

On the other hand, pedestrians should realize they are stepping into a sea of fast-moving two-ton machines and should keep an eye out too. There are times, like when a driver is making a turn and watching oncoming traffic, that the driver will not pay attention to the pedestrian crossing the street. I've had a couple near-misses when I forgot to make eye-contact with oncoming drivers. Whenever I am out and about, I NEVER cross the street/walk through a parking lot unless I am SURE the driver can see me. If they don't make eye-contact with me, then I don't cross.

Simillarly, if I'm driving I always slow down and look both ways when making turns, 'cause sometimes those kids coming from/going to school will rush through the cross walk and they can be difficult to stop for.

I know you're already a sick bstrd for celebrating the fact that she got shot, but the fact is the guy in the wheelchair should be equally responsible for his safety when moving through a place that cars frequent.
 
2012-12-06 02:39:16 AM  
This idea that "drivers should pay more attention blah blah blah" misses the point that people in wheelchairs are often below the eye level of most cars, and especially SUVs and mommy vans. Even a driver paying strict attention to everything may not see someone in a wheelchair no matter how carefully they're driving--nevermind the fact that in a parking lot people's brains seem to leak out the bottom of their skulls.

Yes, drivers should pay attention--BUT pedestrians, and especially people in wheelchairs that are already below eye level, should assume that people in cars DON'T SEE THEM. They should just assume they've not been seen, and have NOT been given the right of way, and react accordingly. If you're in an electric wheelchair, don't go zooming around a parking lot as if you're in a car--you're not, and nobody sees you. Hell, it's easy enough to back into a full-size car's blind spot, you think a wheelchair has a chance? Even if the driver is being scrupulously cautious and looking over both shoulders?

It's just sad, the whole thing. And this idea we've gotten over the last 20 years or so that "It's my right to be/do wherever I want/whatever I want" is leading to more of this. Yeah, there are things you've got the right to do. You absolutely have the right to speed across a gas station parking lot in your motorized wheelchair. The guy is just lucky (or perhaps not) that he got bumped by an old lady in a car, and not an 18-wheeler heading for the interstate.
 
2012-12-06 02:44:30 AM  
there's only so much that you can take from women drivers
 
2012-12-06 02:46:23 AM  

The One True TheDavid: Let this be a hint to drivers that they should be more careful. There are pedestrians, wheelchairs, school kids, bicycles, blind people and motorcycles all over the place. Even in Atlanta.


Don't act a fool on your Lark scooter at the freaking gas station.

/if he could walk, he'd be one of those bastards that stops in the crosswalk to tie his shoe.
 
2012-12-06 02:55:35 AM  

What_Would_Jimi_Do: what can they do to this man? he is already in an electric wheel chair



If he's convicted, put him in prison. 
 
2012-12-06 03:38:38 AM  
I believe Emerald City is already wheelchair accessible.
 
2012-12-06 04:02:27 AM  
Finally, one of those wheeled little farkers is going down. We aren't all fooled by you stumpy freaks. We know what you are!
 
2012-12-06 04:10:46 AM  

HotWingAgenda: The One True TheDavid: Let this be a hint to drivers that they should be more careful. There are pedestrians, wheelchairs, school kids, bicycles, blind people and motorcycles all over the place. Even in Atlanta.

And, apparently, every one of them is armed to the teeth like Mad Max.

I used to drive through Georgia on my way to Florida for vacations. Through Georgia, and out the other side, without slowing down or stopping.


I feel that way about Kansas and Iowa, jesus, iowa smells like pig shiat border to border. Made the trans georgia trip a few times as well, just trying not to provoke the ire of some broad hatted, narrow minded, fark stick, patrolling the highways there between where I was and where I was going.
 
2012-12-06 04:29:58 AM  

KrispyKritter: lewismarktwo: halB: Should an old and infirmed man in a wheelchair have a handgun? Absolutely.

But at some point, the person becomes incompetent to properly wield the weapon. I fear that despite how terrible this incident was, we won't truly address the real issue: old people get incompetent and we don't do anything about it.

Old people vote. If young people thought that their vote mattered this world would be a much better place.

old people need supervision, removal from their homes, medical attention, loss of driving privileges and protection from those who will prey upon them for profit. sadly few receive these services. we also tend to not provide ample support for the homeless, the mentally ill, veterans, people dependent on drugs/alcohol and so many other groups of people. we also allow any moran to reproduce. mankind/society is a great big pot of failure. voting isn't going to change that. voting is bullshiat, it is lip service to appease the masses. only the most wealthy and powerful have any true influence, the bulk of us merely provide labor or suckle at the great teat. politicians are bought and paid for, liars who lie, and they rarely live up to their campaign promises. the bulk of the population is nothing and their vote means nothing.


^ And that's why people don't vote and why it's true what you said.
 
2012-12-06 05:27:19 AM  

Old enough to know better: Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go.

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[www.diggsjourney.com image 600x450]

Hopefully.


In the meantime, keep him here:

www.dollar.com
 
2012-12-06 05:56:50 AM  
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Land of revenge.
 
2012-12-06 05:59:33 AM  
Meanwhile the cops can pump 138 bullets into two suspects because they were so afraid for their lives that they needed to reload and they are of course not held on murder charges.
 
2012-12-06 06:12:08 AM  
www.rockpapershotgun.com

I reckon Macon's where all the murderers come from.... reckon I.
 
2012-12-06 07:33:40 AM  
Thought it was ironic that they were both paralyzed on the left side.

And kinda funny/sad that the guy's neighbor described him as the sweetest, kindest person you'll ever meet. Um...
 
2012-12-06 07:42:04 AM  
I"m waiting to see if all my rabid pro-gun Facebook friends post this story.

/won't hold my breath.
 
2012-12-06 07:52:34 AM  

Mad Mark: Where the shooter will go needs to be today.

FTFY

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2012-12-06 07:53:21 AM  

Acharne: [www.rockpapershotgun.com image 600x306]

I reckon Macon's where all the murderers come from.... reckon I.


Lee needs a farking wheel chair. His usual response to a zombie seems to be 'trip and fall'
 
2012-12-06 07:56:19 AM  
: Wheelchair bumps into car at gas station. Hilarity Killarity ensues
 
2012-12-06 08:20:51 AM  
Whisby, a former corrections officer, says she never saw a confrontation between Hunnicutt and Reeves.

That's an oddly specific detail about Whisby. Do we get to make these up ourselves?

"That's an oddly specific detail about Whisby" said John David Stutts, alleged sex slave of actress Charlize Theron.
 
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