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(TC Palm)   Next time you're jacked on cocaine and surrounded by alligators, make sure you don't lock your keys in your car   (blogs.tcpalm.com) divider line 35
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2013-09-27 10:03:12 AM
Always lock yourself IN your car.

i462.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-27 10:38:22 AM
If you got bad news, you wanna kick them blues
 
2013-09-27 10:39:31 AM
FTFA:  "Gators" is a term used to describe University of Florida alumni.
"Gators" also is a shortened term for alligators, the toothy, amphibious reptile common in South Florida that serve as the mascot for the University of Florida sports teams.
Theoretically, "Gators" could refer to ravenous fans of the 1976 Burt Reynolds film, "Gator," which is rated PG.
The report didn't state whether the man was afraid of alligators, UF alumni/mascots or devotees of the Reynolds film.



+1 internets for author.
 
2013-09-27 10:40:22 AM
Driving that train gator

High on cocaine
 
2013-09-27 10:44:02 AM
Gotta say I've missed Greenlee since TCPalm went behind the paywall...
 
2013-09-27 10:49:30 AM
www.meh.ro
 
2013-09-27 10:50:11 AM
I'm very impressed that he went in through the windshield. Yeah. Yeah. Dodge Neon but you can pop the door glass and drive away without shard of glass flying in to your eyes.

I guess cocaine makes the first idea the bestest idea.
 
2013-09-27 11:03:30 AM
being on cocaine sounds about the best way to be locked out of your car and surrounded by gators to me.
 
2013-09-27 11:07:04 AM
So THAT'S where that Louisiana sheriff went to!
 
2013-09-27 11:09:01 AM
If I were going to be surrounded by alligators, I think I would want to be jacked on cocaine at the time. Or else something that makes you as fast and strong as Speedy Gonzalez or Super Mouse.

Which raises an interesting question: does this help to explain Florida? Could the Florida tag be a sign of adaptation? If so, it's a mighty ironic development seeing as most people in Florida are 1) apparently quite maladapted and 2) don't believe in evolution.

On the other hand, a lot of them are retirees from New Jersey and New York City. They come pre-jacked with or without cocaine. So they might not be as maladapted as you would expect.
 
2013-09-27 11:13:27 AM
FTFA: ""Gators" is a term used to describe University of Florida alumni.
"Gators" also is a shortened term for alligators, the toothy, amphibious reptile common in South Florida that serve as the mascot for the University of Florida sports teams.
Theoretically, "Gators" could refer to ravenous fans of the 1976 Burt Reynolds film, "Gator," which is rated PG."

What is that doing in TFA? Is that some kind of brain fart out of the reporter's creative writing class in 8th grade?
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Editor bad. Hulk smash!
 
2013-09-27 11:15:27 AM
Shut up, subby, you're not my mom. Get off my back! is it hot in here? HOLY shiat, GATORS!
 
2013-09-27 11:16:38 AM
Oh sure, NOW you tell me...
 
2013-09-27 11:17:50 AM

poorjon: Shutupsubbyyou'renotmymomgetoffmybackisithotinhereHOLYshiatGATORS!


/ftfy
 
2013-09-27 11:20:23 AM
Never put salt in your eyes.

/kill Danny
 
2013-09-27 11:25:46 AM
Don't hate Will  !!!  He's colorful and has a very Farkish sense of humor.

What is Will's Fark Handle?

Drew, I think you need to come to FL Treasure Coast and out meet this wonderful writer Will,  who consistently provides great discussions for Fark.

Maybe create a Fark beat writer award?  You know just for those writers who have a small market and still try to instill imagination to their readers.
 
2013-09-27 11:26:53 AM
farm1.static.flickr.com
 
2013-09-27 11:30:18 AM
Does the same advice work for timber wolves?  Need to know soonish
 
2013-09-27 11:35:19 AM

PaulieattheTap: Don't hate Will  !!!  He's colorful and has a very Farkish sense of humor.

What is Will's Fark Handle?

Drew, I think you need to come to FL Treasure Coast and out meet this wonderful writer Will,  who consistently provides great discussions for Fark.

Maybe create a Fark beat writer award?  You know just for those writers who have a small market and still try to instill imagination to their readers.


PaulieattheTap?
 
2013-09-27 11:37:49 AM

special20: FTFA: ""Gators" is a term used to describe University of Florida alumni.
"Gators" also is a shortened term for alligators, the toothy, amphibious reptile common in South Florida that serve as the mascot for the University of Florida sports teams.
Theoretically, "Gators" could refer to ravenous fans of the 1976 Burt Reynolds film, "Gator," which is rated PG."

What is that doing in TFA? Is that some kind of brain fart out of the reporter's creative writing class in 8th grade?
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Editor bad. Hulk smash!


Nobody pays for journalism anymore, yet we criticize it more than ever.
 
2013-09-27 11:41:27 AM
Who wants to
In an area
After shooting up
That's the spot
A deputy and
The man was
The pill bottle
A deputy asked
"(The man) said
"Gators" is a term
"Gators" also is
Theoretically, "Gators" could
The report didn't
 
2013-09-27 11:42:08 AM
such a Coleman thing to do. serve naked him out as usual I guess?
 
2013-09-27 11:42:23 AM
Or Perhaps Mark "Gator" Rogowski was parloed.....
skateparkoftampa.com
 
2013-09-27 11:43:14 AM

InfrasonicTom: such a Coleman thing to do. serve naked him out as usual I guess?


farking tablet.


Serge bailed him out as usual I guess?
 
2013-09-27 11:49:40 AM
"Gators" also is a shortened term for alligators, the toothy, amphibious reptile common in South Florida that serve as the mascot for the University of Florida sports teams.

Theoretically, "Gators" could refer to ravenous fans of the 1976 Burt Reynolds film, "Gator," which is rated PG.

The report didn't state whether the man was afraid of alligators, UF alumni/mascots or devotees of the Reynolds film.



You're not funny. Please stop.
He does this every article by the way.
 
2013-09-27 11:52:22 AM

special20: FTFA: ""Gators" is a term used to describe University of Florida alumni.
"Gators" also is a shortened term for alligators, the toothy, amphibious reptile common in South Florida that serve as the mascot for the University of Florida sports teams.
Theoretically, "Gators" could refer to ravenous fans of the 1976 Burt Reynolds film, "Gator," which is rated PG."

What is that doing in TFA? Is that some kind of brain fart out of the reporter's creative writing class in 8th grade?

Editor bad. Hulk smash!


especially since Reynolds went to Florida State
 
2013-09-27 12:02:37 PM
that blog sucks
 
2013-09-27 12:44:03 PM
Great job, you've not only managed to get arrested, but do a live action mash-up of three Archer episodes.
 
2013-09-27 12:58:59 PM

NathanAllen: Archer


Came here for references pertaining to that..specifically 'So our jeep ISN'T surrounded by alligators that's good...no wait..."
 
2013-09-27 01:08:41 PM

Mega Steve: Does the same advice work for timber wolves?  Need to know soonish


Nope, they're faster and more agile than an alligator.  You're screwed.
 
2013-09-27 01:28:46 PM
So, there weren't any actual alligators involved in this story?
 
2013-09-27 01:38:50 PM
What about bats?
 
2013-09-27 03:46:58 PM
FLMountainMan:

Nobody pays for journalism anymore, yet we criticize it more than ever.

Advertisers on web sites pay for journalism these days.
Nice try, but you're wrong.
 
2013-09-27 04:25:19 PM

special20: FLMountainMan:

Nobody pays for journalism anymore, yet we criticize it more than ever.

Advertisers on web sites pay for journalism these days.
Nice try, but you're wrong.


Damn, I feel so stupid.  I forgot that newspapers are booming these days because of all those web advertisements!  Expanding news bureaus, buying fancy new buildings.

Seriously, do you have any familiarity with the journalism industry?  Or even the internet?
 
2013-09-28 04:55:22 PM
mummyboon.files.wordpress.com
 
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