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(SeattlePI)   Coupla fellas found in some suitcases on the side of the road right up there by Milwaukee, doncha know   ( seattlepi.com) divider line
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2014-06-06 12:53:23 PM  

themonstermaven.files.wordpress.com


Approves.

 
2014-06-06 12:55:31 PM  
Ya farkin' imbeciles! I gave ya simple farking instructions! Bodies in woodchipper, money in suitcase on side of the road!

Now where's the money?
 
2014-06-06 01:03:29 PM  
Samsonites no doubt.
 
2014-06-06 03:10:59 PM  
Quick, let's get our news from the other side of the country!
 
2014-06-06 03:11:06 PM  
Suicide, plan and simple
 
2014-06-06 03:11:51 PM  
images.usatoday.com

Ma'am here is my boarding pass.  I checked two bags through Milwaukee.  What do you mean you can't find them?
 
2014-06-06 03:12:23 PM  
"Legs!" he muttered.
 
2014-06-06 03:13:48 PM  

varnigus: Quick, let's get our news from the other side of the country!


It was announced locally first, just an FYI

/ live not too far from lake Geneva
//Milwaukee is an hour away
///beer and cheese rule
 
2014-06-06 03:13:51 PM  
Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not
 
2014-06-06 03:14:30 PM  
Well, they sure ain't from Brainerd.
 
2014-06-06 03:14:47 PM  
fargotalksfargo.com
God is real.
 
2014-06-06 03:17:07 PM  
Must have been some really tiny people in order that they could be stuffed into suitcases. And, remember, they can't be heavier than 50-lbs. or else you get charged extra.
 
2014-06-06 03:17:20 PM  

chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not



Nor do we care much.
 
2014-06-06 03:17:32 PM  
He says it doesn't appear that the victims were killed at the location where the suitcases were found.

Well duh. If they were found in the place they were killed they wouldn't have needed luggage.
 
2014-06-06 03:17:42 PM  

chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not


I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.
 
2014-06-06 03:21:36 PM  
The torso is always the hardest part to pack.
 
2014-06-06 03:22:36 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


Couldn't agree more... People think we all talk like da yoopers here... I'd be more worried about breeding serial killers than a farked up Fargo accent...
 
2014-06-06 03:22:45 PM  

chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not


TBH the accents not far off... my mom and my aunts and even my fiancee all, especially after a few drinks, occasionally channel Martha Generic.
 
2014-06-06 03:23:12 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


THIS

/was there last weekend and the cheese curds were AMAZING!!
 
2014-06-06 03:24:06 PM  
It's 8 miles across the border from Illinois (and as close to Chicago as it is to Milwaukee). But, I'm sure the mob would never drop bodies across state lines to confuse investigators.
 
2014-06-06 03:24:10 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


The world must be a dreary place for you both what with your pedantry getting in the way of humor and all
 
2014-06-06 03:24:10 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


Who cares?
 
2014-06-06 03:24:44 PM  
Thanks OBAMA!
 
2014-06-06 03:26:01 PM  
I work with a guy from Michigan (I've lived in Florida most of my life) and hell yeah all you weirdos sound like Marge Gunderson to me.
 
2014-06-06 03:26:10 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


Nevermind the fact that it was in Lake Geneva where you are more likly to hear a Chicago accent, this time of year
 
2014-06-06 03:26:36 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


I think subby's joke is about buried suitcases from both Fargo the movie and the show.

And now for a quick history lesson.
wac.450f.edgecastcdn.net
Milwaukee has certainly had its share of visitors. The French missionaries and explorers began visiting here in the late 16th century. In fact , it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land."
 
2014-06-06 03:29:21 PM  
Aw jees.
 
2014-06-06 03:29:52 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Nor do we care much.


Contrabulous Flabtraption: Who cares?


/flyover
 
2014-06-06 03:30:07 PM  

lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


Fargo was about Minnesota, not Fargo, ND... In spite of the name. We do have plenty of people who talk in a somewhat similar fashion depending on where in the state you are.
 
2014-06-06 03:32:21 PM  
img.fark.net

Just traveling thru . . .
 
2014-06-06 03:32:40 PM  
I just want to go on record and say that Fargo is an awesome farking show. I can't believe my friends don't watch it.
 
2014-06-06 03:33:56 PM  

Confabulat: I work with a guy from Michigan (I've lived in Florida most of my life) and hell yeah all you weirdos sound like Marge Gunderson to me.


He's a Yooper, I presume.

They talk like that in the Upper Peninsula, not statewide. Also in Wisconsin.
 chronicle.com
 
2014-06-06 03:35:25 PM  

lostcat: I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.


I was just checking to see the accents 500 miles from where I live.

South -- Key West (only 400 something but then you run into an ocean). Accent change? Tourist. Maybe a bit more Gay.

North -- Atlanta (478 miles) Much more southern than here in St. Petersburg but who has a southern accent in Atlanta anymore?

(North) West -- Mobile, AL (480 miles) Much more southern than Atlanta. Hmm. But they talk like that in Polk County 40 miles away too.

East -- Atlantic Ocean.

Results: Inconclusive but certainly not without precedent.
 
2014-06-06 03:36:00 PM  
But were they shot? We need to know for "Mass Shooting" stats for the week.
 
2014-06-06 03:36:10 PM  
FTA: Hurley says it appears there was a body in each suitcase, but he wouldn't comment on the condition of the remains.

I don't know about you guys, but my big a$$ wouldn't fit in a suitcase in its normal "condition."

However, there's always room for Jello.
 
2014-06-06 03:38:18 PM  

lostcat: I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent


It was good for me...

until you educated...

nope still good.
 
2014-06-06 03:39:27 PM  

seansimonson: varnigus: Quick, let's get our news from the other side of the country!

It was announced locally first, just an FYI

/ live not too far from lake Geneva
//Milwaukee is an hour away
///beer and cheese rule


I was just amused subby chose this source as opposed to something a bit more local and on top of the story. You know, something more along the lines of what you mentioned.

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.
 
2014-06-06 03:45:21 PM  

Confabulat: lostcat: I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

I was just checking to see the accents 500 miles from where I live.

South -- Key West (only 400 something but then you run into an ocean). Accent change? Tourist. Maybe a bit more Gay.

North -- Atlanta (478 miles) Much more southern than here in St. Petersburg but who has a southern accent in Atlanta anymore?

(North) West -- Mobile, AL (480 miles) Much more southern than Atlanta. Hmm. But they talk like that in Polk County 40 miles away too.

East -- Atlantic Ocean.

Results: Inconclusive but certainly not without precedent.


I'll go with where I live, Chicago:
To the East: Pittsburgh, PA ... we sound nothing like yinz
To the South: Memphis, TN ... we sound nothing like ya'll
To the West: Omaha, NE ... I have no idea what people from Omaha sound like, but I doubt like Chicagoans
To the North: Terrace Bay, ON, Canada ... we sound nothing like you, Eh?
 
2014-06-06 03:45:48 PM  

varnigus: seansimonson: varnigus: Quick, let's get our news from the other side of the country!

It was announced locally first, just an FYI

/ live not too far from lake Geneva
//Milwaukee is an hour away
///beer and cheese rule

I was just amused subby chose this source as opposed to something a bit more local and on top of the story. You know, something more along the lines of what you mentioned.

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.


Shiatty part is that the article from the Seattle pi is a word for word copy and paste job from our local channel3000.com Great reporting job Seattle pi!!!
 
2014-06-06 03:48:34 PM  
Probably some FIB mobster dropping off his work.  Dammit, I knew that wall should've been built!
 
2014-06-06 03:49:42 PM  
Gee, uh

I'm not real sure there boss, but I'm thinkin it mighta been these 2 fellas

brooklynbased.com

You know, they've been seen snoopin' around here lately and don't'cha know it's been a right ruccus around here...
 
2014-06-06 03:50:18 PM  
I like this 500 mile thing.

To the East: New Orleans. Nobody sounds like those people, unfair comparison.
To the West: El Paso. There's a lot of overlap there.
To the North: Oklahoma City. There's a difference in Okie twang and Texas twang.
To the South: Tampico, Mexico. Are we coming from the north or south side of San Antonio? It's either very different, or very similar.
 
2014-06-06 03:50:50 PM  

Summoner101: lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

The world must be a dreary place for you both what with your pedantry getting in the way of humor and all


Yes...I never laugh at any jokes.
 
2014-06-06 03:52:17 PM  

WonderStuff: lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

Fargo was about Minnesota, not Fargo, ND... In spite of the name. We do have plenty of people who talk in a somewhat similar fashion depending on where in the state you are.


This I didn't know. I always assumed it was Fargo, ND. I stand corrected (although still 460 miles from Milwaukee).
 
2014-06-06 03:53:24 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

Who cares?


Oh come on...You're a TFer...You should know that this is what Fark is all about.
 
2014-06-06 03:56:49 PM  

farkingismybusiness: I just want to go on record and say that Fargo is an awesome farking show. I can't believe my friends don't watch it.


It's a great show. I look forward to it more than I do for GoT. The last time I watched a series regularly at 10:00 on Tuesday, on FX, was The Shield. So there's that.
 
2014-06-06 03:58:30 PM  

Private_Citizen: It's 8 miles across the border from Illinois (and as close to Chicago as it is to Milwaukee). But, I'm sure the mob would never drop bodies across state lines to confuse investigators.


Nah, they never take people into cornfields and beat them unrecognizable.
 
2014-06-06 04:00:15 PM  

Cashew: Samsonites no doubt.


The sexual orientation of the victims is irrelevant.
 
2014-06-06 04:01:06 PM  

farkingismybusiness: I just want to go on record and say that Fargo is an awesome farking show. I can't believe my friends don't watch it.


Very much agreed. The skipping ahead a year in the last episode caught me by surprise, though. I had to get up to do something for a few minutes when Gus was sitting in his patrol car talking on the phone to Molly and when I got back, Gus was walking in the house and Molly was preggers. Had to back up the DVR to see WTF happened.

Great show.

/(Sorry if that was a spoiler for anyone, but if you're worried about Fargo spoilers, you probably shouldn't be in a Fargo-related thread. Just sayin'.)
 
2014-06-06 04:01:10 PM  

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: FTA: Hurley says it appears there was a body in each suitcase, but he wouldn't comment on the condition of the remains.

I don't know about you guys, but my big a$$ wouldn't fit in a suitcase in its normal "condition."

However, there's always room for Jello.


Now that would depend on the bodies, wouldn't it.  A couple of used midgets after a hard night might just fit.
 
2014-06-06 04:01:46 PM  
Love the police chief's comment. It was "very abnormal" cause it's a small town. 4000 people. When you get up to 20,000 or 30,000, that shiat happens every week or so. KnowwhatImean?
 
2014-06-06 04:08:42 PM  
Are they ok?


East: Rochester NY
West: Des Moines, IA
South: Nashville, TN
North: nowhere Ontario
 
2014-06-06 04:11:37 PM  
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2014-06-06 04:18:15 PM  
Well, those name brand suitcases do cost and arm and a leg.
 
2014-06-06 04:18:17 PM  

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LOL! One of the best lines of the series, so far. I wonder if Lorne Malvo and Anton Chigurh (No Country for Old Men) go to the same barber.
 
2014-06-06 04:19:02 PM  
U.S.A. - Nebraska - Lincoln *    Fri 3:17 PM    765 km    475 miles    413 nm     W
U.S.A. - South Dakota - Sioux Falls *    Fri 3:17 PM    766 km    476 miles    413 nm     WNW
U.S.A. - Tennessee - Memphis *    Fri 3:17 PM    782 km    486 miles    422 nm     SSW
U.S.A. - New York - Rochester *    Fri 4:17 PM    835 km    519 miles    451 nm     ENE

Ok, yeah given the margin of error Subby is dead on
 
2014-06-06 04:23:36 PM  
FTAIt's "very abnormal," Hurley said.

 Gee, I should certainly hope so. I'd hate to think of this as a regular occurrence.

Also, this is the ad that was running when I opened the article:
img.fark.net
Something tells me getting a greeting card is not enough to make up for finding body parts in a suitcase.
 
2014-06-06 04:28:21 PM  
varnigus:

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.

The Beer and Cheese Rule:

 1.) Beer and Cheese may be consumed either together or separate, but only when one of two conditions are achieved;
     a.) It is acceptable to consume beer prior to consuming cheese.
     b.) It is acceptable to consume cheese prior to consuming beer.
     c.) Bonus points are awarded if either beer or cheese are consumed in the presence of Brett Favre.
 
2014-06-06 04:29:21 PM  
This is crazy, guys.  I live about 2 miles from where the suitcases were found.  Everyone is talking about this at work.
 
2014-06-06 04:32:37 PM  

Hector Remarkable: Cashew: Samsonites no doubt.

The sexual orientation of the victims is irrelevant.


You win.
 
2014-06-06 04:34:27 PM  

bluefox3681: This is crazy, guys.  I live about 2 miles from where the suitcases were found.  Everyone is talking about this at work.


hey we're not arguing here. Are you cooperating? Are you doing all you can there?
 
2014-06-06 04:34:54 PM  
"Highway workers cutting grass outside Lake Geneva, Wis.  this week came across two suitcases in tall weeds in a ditch, moved them to the side of the road, and kept on working.

About an hour or so later, someone called police to complain about the suitcases, still sitting along North Como Road
just east of County Road H.  When officers arrived around 3 p.m. Thursday, they made a gruesome discovery: A body in each suitcase, according to the Town of Geneva Police Department." from the article in the  Chicago Tribune
 
2014-06-06 04:37:43 PM  

Private_Citizen: It's 8 miles across the border from Illinois (and as close to Chicago as it is to Milwaukee). But, I'm sure the mob would never drop bodies across state lines to confuse investigators.


It's not like there's a history of mob activity up here or anything.

img.fark.net
 
2014-06-06 04:38:56 PM  

seansimonson: lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

Couldn't agree more... People think we all talk like da yoopers here... I'd be more worried about breeding serial killers than a farked up Fargo accent...


well, all people from Wisconsin sound like the Disney character "Goofy" to me. So there ya go.
 
2014-06-06 04:44:44 PM  

Confabulat: lostcat: I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

I was just checking to see the accents 500 miles from where I live.

South -- Key West (only 400 something but then you run into an ocean). Accent change? Tourist. Maybe a bit more Gay.

North -- Atlanta (478 miles) Much more southern than here in St. Petersburg but who has a southern accent in Atlanta anymore?

(North) West -- Mobile, AL (480 miles) Much more southern than Atlanta. Hmm. But they talk like that in Polk County 40 miles away too.

East -- Atlantic Ocean.

Results: Inconclusive but certainly not without precedent.


The only discernible accent in St. Pete is the New York accent that so many people bring with them when they move down here.
 
2014-06-06 04:49:31 PM  

farkin_Gary: varnigus:

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.

The Beer and Cheese Rule:

 1.) Beer and Cheese may be consumed either together or separate, but only when one of two conditions are achieved;
     a.) It is acceptable to consume beer prior to consuming cheese.
     b.) It is acceptable to consume cheese prior to consuming beer.
     c.) Bonus points are awarded if either beer or cheese are consumed in the presence of Brett Favre.


img.fark.net
 
2014-06-06 04:50:21 PM  
The things you can do with a wood chipper never cease to amaze me.
 
2014-06-06 05:07:49 PM  

farkingismybusiness: I just want to go on record and say that Fargo is an awesome farking show. I can't believe my friends don't watch it.


I have only just finished episode three and I have to agree. Screw that Game of Thrones shiat which I have not seen and am kind of jealous of the people who get HBO, um, of.
 
2014-06-06 05:25:10 PM  

Gonz: I like this 500 mile thing.

To the East: New Orleans. Nobody sounds like those people, unfair comparison.
To the West: El Paso. There's a lot of overlap there.
To the North: Oklahoma City. There's a difference in Okie twang and Texas twang.
To the South: Tampico, Mexico. Are we coming from the north or south side of San Antonio? It's either very different, or very similar.


There's a New York sub-accent to two that's tough to distinguish from a New Orleans accent. Usually it's clear after a few minutes, since a proper Yat can't go more than a few sentences without saying "where yat?"
 
2014-06-06 05:27:56 PM  
"I don't remember seeing anybody stopped or parked. We were as surprised as anybody else. It was a shock to all of us. You don't like finding corpses in your neighborhood," he said.

He did it.
 
2014-06-06 05:30:50 PM  
A cupola fella you say?

www.tankzone.co.uk
 
2014-06-06 05:35:57 PM  
My goal is to see every copy of "Fargo" thrown in a wood chipper for making everybody think people in Wisconsin talk like that.
 
2014-06-06 05:43:36 PM  

Hector Remarkable: Cashew: Samsonites no doubt.

The sexual orientation of the victims is irrelevant.


+1 and an ice scraper.
 
2014-06-06 05:50:42 PM  

farkin_Gary: varnigus:

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.

The Beer and Cheese Rule:

 1.) Beer and Cheese may be consumed either together or separate, but only when one of two conditions are achieved;
     a.) It is acceptable to consume beer prior to consuming cheese.
     b.) It is acceptable to consume cheese prior to consuming beer.
     c.) Bonus points are awarded if either beer or cheese are consumed in the presence of Brett Favre.


Try Cheddar Beer Soup. With a mug of beer and some beer bread.
 
2014-06-06 06:23:02 PM  

Slypork: farkin_Gary: varnigus:

/Now that you mention it, there should be a beer and cheese rule. I don't know what it would be, but I'd endorse it wholeheartedly.

The Beer and Cheese Rule:

 1.) Beer and Cheese may be consumed either together or separate, but only when one of two conditions are achieved;
     a.) It is acceptable to consume beer prior to consuming cheese.
     b.) It is acceptable to consume cheese prior to consuming beer.
     c.) Bonus points are awarded if either beer or cheese are consumed in the presence of Brett Favre.

Try Cheddar Beer Soup. With a mug of beer and some beer bread.


You're like a soul healer or something, right?
 
2014-06-06 06:39:04 PM  
North-Richmond IN
East- Saragasso Sea
South-Yeehaw Junction FL
West-Little Rock AR
 
2014-06-06 06:40:51 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-06-06 07:53:53 PM  

DrBear: My goal is to see every copy of "Fargo" thrown in a wood chipper for making everybody think people in Wisconsin talk like that.


The western half of the state (actually once you get about 50 miles north and west of Madison on 94) can sound mighty similar; what with all the Scandinavians running around.  And where I grew up (Juneau County) the accent was like a bad cross between Fargo and Kentucky.
 
2014-06-06 08:25:50 PM  
American Tourister trifect in play?

/Best Korea
//Best Wisconsin
///Best
 
2014-06-06 10:01:58 PM  
You betcha, you betcha.
 
2014-06-06 11:10:42 PM  
Couple'two'tree

In other words, somewhere between two and five.
 
2014-06-07 07:21:51 AM  

special20: seansimonson: lostcat: chitownmike: Uh, Subbs, you do know that Milwaukee is nowhere near western Minnesota, right

/probably not

I was assuming Subby was making a Fargo joke, but that makes even less sense since Fargo is 500 miles from Wisconsin, and a Wisconsin accent is nothing like a ND accent.

Couldn't agree more... People think we all talk like da yoopers here... I'd be more worried about breeding serial killers than a farked up Fargo accent...

well, all people from Wisconsin sound like the Disney character "Goofy" to me. So there ya go.


Well, gorsh!
 
2014-06-07 10:25:12 AM  

scrumpox: "Legs!" he muttered.


No way they can find that much Sapient Wood.

Enough to make one Luggage? Maybe.
 
2014-06-07 12:52:23 PM  
I bet it wuz a couple of married packers from that other posting.
 
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