ArkAngel: It's medical. Here's the prescribing physician[farm1.static.flickr.com image 375x500]
So this marijuana dealer AssifPreferred to bring his stash in by skiffWith security no greater,Than a vigilant....alligator,Tis possible he's pro-reptilian motif
Happy Hours: Deputies with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office found the pot and the gator in a bedroom of the home on the 19000 block of Mount Jasper Road during a routine check,Routine check? Really? The cops never show up to my home for routine checks. Not that I want them to.
GreenAdder: I suppose that may help his medulla oblongata.
SpaceyCat: ArkAngel: It's medical. Here's the prescribing physician[farm1.static.flickr.com image 375x500]Glad I wasn't the only one thinking of that!
abhorrent1: and a 5-foot alligator reportedly guarding the drugs.Nelson said the gator, which was in a tank, was likely used as a deterrent for burglars.Because a gator, in a tank it probably can't get out of, would certainly be very frightening.
cadaver: Anyone remember these things?[i.imgur.com image 112x123]When I saw "Mr. Teeth" this is all I could think of. Apparently I did learn something in kindergarten- that there's some creepy stuff out there and seeing it will scar you for life.For anyone who is wondering, this is one of a set of "Letter People" that are used (or perhaps WERE used) to teach kids about letters and reading.
NobodySpecial1: Somebody do the thing where the cops take some of the marijuana and it becomes less and less.Throw in a snark about how cops overestimate the value of the drugs too.That should pretty much wrap things up.
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