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(London 24)   British ceremonially close police station with parade of vintage cop cars, including the bizarre 1970 Morris Minor Panda Car that had suspects begging to be shot rather than be forced into what Morris engineers amusingly called 'the back seat'   ( divider line
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2014-02-26 04:02:48 PM  
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They had them on display outside Scotland Yard at lunchtime today. Scotland Yard is up a side street off Victoria Street (where I work). The cops closed all the access streets nearby and clogged up central London traffic for ages.

Not pictured: dozens of motorcycle cops holding back curious pedestrians, not fighting crime.
2014-02-26 12:08:08 PM  
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The convoy will travel from Hampton Court Traffic Garage through iconic central London to their new home at Hendon Driving School today.

I don't think that word means what the writer thinks it means.
2014-02-26 11:48:37 AM  
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Bslim: Oldiron_79: zimbomba63: ChipNASA: [ image 500x268]

Do you have a special hardon for Mila today?  Do you actually fap watching her say "Bullshiat", over and over again.  You're one sick puppy, dude!

Well I'm sure mila's sharp knees make her well below your standards or some such

Ever seen her without make up?

Yeah, and I had a sad that day.
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