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(ABC)   Don't you just hate it when a tornado rips through your place and dumps all the stuff you stole from your neighbors onto your front lawn where they can see it   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 45
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2014-07-29 08:45:12 PM  

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2014-07-29 09:23:39 PM  
Yep. That's quite the pickle.
 
2014-07-29 09:28:30 PM  
Thanks, God!
 
2014-07-29 09:54:54 PM  

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This is a Homer/Ned story if I ever heard one...
 
2014-07-29 11:49:15 PM  
That's pretty great.
 
2014-07-29 11:51:11 PM  
Stupid Flanders
 
2014-07-29 11:53:42 PM  
Karma's a mean biatch.
 
2014-07-29 11:55:51 PM  
Next tornado I'm gonna try this. Just point to stuff that blew into my neighbor's yard & call the po-po.

YOU'VE GOT IT COMING YOU DIRTBAGS!
 
2014-07-29 11:56:50 PM  
""My air compressor was locked up in a barn... I kind of had suspicions, but you can't just accuse people without proof," Cleek said."

Disagrees:

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2014-07-29 11:56:52 PM  
It's much worse when mya dildo is apparent.
 
2014-07-30 12:00:17 AM  
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2014-07-30 12:01:03 AM  
A reverse rummage sale, my pretties.
 
2014-07-30 12:01:04 AM  
What? Yeah, I think you're right, Bob, that *is* your wrench. Where did th-- Whoa, just look at all this stuff that tornado dumped on my lawn! Did the tornado drop somebody else's stuff at your houses, too, guys? No? Just mine, huh? How weird. This is so weird.
 
2014-07-30 12:02:01 AM  
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2014-07-30 12:06:29 AM  
I wish God would smite more duckweeds like that.
 
2014-07-30 12:06:33 AM  
Well, at least he can't do any looting, so there's that.
 
2014-07-30 12:08:45 AM  
Tennessee Tornado? I loved that cartoon...

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2014-07-30 12:12:22 AM  

Lsherm: basemetal: [encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 240x179]

This is a Homer/Ned story if I ever heard one...


Came to say this.

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Also this. Too lazy to post my own pictures.
 
2014-07-30 12:20:17 AM  
Hey, I think that's your air compressor.

Years ago, someone stole my dad's air compressor (and a bunch of other stuff).  Shortly after it went missing, my cousin asked if my dad wanted to buy an air compressor.  Oddly enough, it had my dad's initials engraved on it.  And it's not like my cousin just bought a stolen compressor and tried to flip it to my dad.  He actually stole it then tried to sell it back to the person he stole it from.  <sigh>
 
2014-07-30 12:22:30 AM  
While en route to the jail, Christian allegedly threatened to assault the officer and sexually assault the officer's children

That's not very Christian of him, maybe more Catholic.
 
2014-07-30 12:26:56 AM  
One of my old roommates moved out and down to Long Beach, Mississippi about a month before Katrina. In a house about 50 yards from the beach.

Being a lifelong resident of the gulf coast, she sensibly fled North the day before Katrina made landfall. She returned to a heaping pile of rubble lying on top of a concrete slab. She lost everything that wasn't in her car.

On the bright side, she gained a 14 inch long black strap-on dildo as big around as my forearm, found in the rubble that used to be her bedroom. And the contents of about half a liquor store that caught in the rubble that was the rest of her house, most of the bottles miraculously unbroken.

Just goes to show that life might knock down your house but it can also give you the makings of a hell of a party. Oh, and that you never really know your neighbors until the natural disaster comes distributes their giant dildo collection all over the neighborhood.
 
2014-07-30 12:28:22 AM  

jtown: Hey, I think that's your air compressor.

Years ago, someone stole my dad's air compressor (and a bunch of other stuff).  Shortly after it went missing, my cousin asked if my dad wanted to buy an air compressor.  Oddly enough, it had my dad's initials engraved on it.  And it's not like my cousin just bought a stolen compressor and tried to flip it to my dad.  He actually stole it then tried to sell it back to the person he stole it from.  <sigh>


Well of course. It's pretty obvious that in that situation, your cousin knew a guy that was in the market for an air compressor.

Duh.
 
2014-07-30 12:33:21 AM  
He must of stolen Violet's chewing gum.
 
2014-07-30 12:41:11 AM  
Ahh, Nature's Gameshow.
 
2014-07-30 12:43:01 AM  

Elegy: Oh, and that you never really know your neighbors until the natural disaster comes distributes their A giant dildo collection all over the neighborhood.


FTFY.
 
2014-07-30 12:43:23 AM  
Patton said as officers spoke with Christian, he became "extremely belligerent and disruptive, shouting and cursing the officers with profane expletives."

Whoa, those are the most obscene kind
 
2014-07-30 12:44:29 AM  
How was he charged with retaliation just for threatening to harm the officer and rape his children? Seems like a frivolous bonus.
 
2014-07-30 12:51:01 AM  

Elegy: One of my old roommates moved out and down to Long Beach, Mississippi about a month before Katrina. In a house about 50 yards from the beach.

Being a lifelong resident of the gulf coast, she sensibly fled North the day before Katrina made landfall. She returned to a heaping pile of rubble lying on top of a concrete slab. She lost everything that wasn't in her car.

On the bright side, she gained a 14 inch long black strap-on dildo as big around as my forearm, found in the rubble that used to be her bedroom. And the contents of about half a liquor store that caught in the rubble that was the rest of her house, most of the bottles miraculously unbroken.

Just goes to show that life might knock down your house but it can also give you the makings of a hell of a party. Oh, and that you never really know your neighbors until the natural disaster comes distributes their giant dildo collection all over the neighborhood.


CSB!
 
2014-07-30 12:52:03 AM  
Could always be worse. It could have landed a shark on him.
 
2014-07-30 01:01:37 AM  

jtown: Hey, I think that's your air compressor.

Years ago, someone stole my dad's air compressor (and a bunch of other stuff).  Shortly after it went missing, my cousin asked if my dad wanted to buy an air compressor.  Oddly enough, it had my dad's initials engraved on it.  And it's not like my cousin just bought a stolen compressor and tried to flip it to my dad.  He actually stole it then tried to sell it back to the person he stole it from.  <sigh>


My aunt and uncle had an old outboard motor (old enough to have been drafted for Vietnam) stolen from them about 15 years ago when my cousins were in HS. My cousins were paddling by in the canoe on their way to fish in the nature reserve and saw some kids floundering in the middle of the lake with a broken old-ass motor. Apparently the stolen motor finally died. My cousins got close enough to ID it and paddled off laughing. They were very restrained. I'd have put a hole in the other boat
 
2014-07-30 01:04:40 AM  
Wonder if the tornado took out his fence as well.
 
2014-07-30 01:10:26 AM  
The ol' neighborhood burglar. Every hood's got one. Threatening the cops is a bit cliche, but threatening their kids, too, will provide a nice twist for whatever judge hears this case.

CSB time: Back when my dad was a cop, he moved into a new neighborhood, and his new neighbors all warned him that a shiathead down the street like to steal stuff just like the moron in TFA. My dad's a pretty big dude, so he just walked over and told the guy who he was, and that if anything ever went missing from his yard or house, he was going to find shiathead and beat the hell out of him. Shiathead protested "What if I wasn't the one who took it?" to which he was told "Doesn't matter. I'm coming for you anyway." Burglary problem solved, although I suspect it just created a new one for the other neighborhoods in the area.
 
2014-07-30 01:12:56 AM  
I wonder if he had initially reported the items stolen. It would be kind of strange if he's just first reporting this upon "finding" his formerly missing items.
 
2014-07-30 01:47:45 AM  
A tornado that swept through a Tennessee town damaged homes and threw Jerrod Christian's belongings onto lawns - many of which had been reported stolen by his neighbors

He was stealing lawns?  That calls for lawn enforcement.
 
2014-07-30 02:14:42 AM  

fang06554: Ahh, Nature's Gameshow.


I miss the shopping round on Wheel o Fortune...all that great crap people bought.

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2014-07-30 02:25:00 AM  

eas81: fang06554: Ahh, Nature's Gameshow.

I miss the shopping round on Wheel o Fortune...all that great crap people bought.

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They got to pay taxes on that crap too, like it was actual income.
 
2014-07-30 05:51:29 AM  

Elegy: One of my old roommates moved out and down to Long Beach, Mississippi about a month before Katrina. In a house about 50 yards from the beach.

Being a lifelong resident of the gulf coast, she sensibly fled North the day before Katrina made landfall. She returned to a heaping pile of rubble lying on top of a concrete slab. She lost everything that wasn't in her car.

On the bright side, she gained a 14 inch long black strap-on dildo as big around as my forearm, found in the rubble that used to be her bedroom. And the contents of about half a liquor store that caught in the rubble that was the rest of her house, most of the bottles miraculously unbroken.

Just goes to show that life might knock down your house but it can also give you the makings of a hell of a party. Oh, and that you never really know your neighbors until the natural disaster comes distributes their giant dildo collection all over the neighborhood.


pics or it didn't happen!
 
2014-07-30 06:12:35 AM  

endosymbiont: Elegy: One of my old roommates moved out and down to Long Beach, Mississippi about a month before Katrina. In a house about 50 yards from the beach.

Being a lifelong resident of the gulf coast, she sensibly fled North the day before Katrina made landfall. She returned to a heaping pile of rubble lying on top of a concrete slab. She lost everything that wasn't in her car.

On the bright side, she gained a 14 inch long black strap-on dildo as big around as my forearm, found in the rubble that used to be her bedroom. And the contents of about half a liquor store that caught in the rubble that was the rest of her house, most of the bottles miraculously unbroken.

Just goes to show that life might knock down your house but it can also give you the makings of a hell of a party. Oh, and that you never really know your neighbors until the natural disaster comes distributes their giant dildo collection all over the neighborhood.

picsPegs or it didn't happen!


FTFY
 
2014-07-30 06:21:23 AM  

you are a puppet: Patton said as officers spoke with Christian, he became "extremely belligerent and disruptive, shouting and cursing the officers with profane expletives."

Whoa, those are the most obscene kind


At least he didn't have a co-conspirator.
 
2014-07-30 06:46:34 AM  
The 'stolen' property is probably what destroyed dude's house. The tornado could have blown it out of the neighbors barn and into the suspect's house. Sounds like a lawsuit is in order. Any defense lawyer worth their weight in salt should be all over this.
 
2014-07-30 09:01:21 AM  

redmid17: My aunt and uncle had an old outboard motor (old enough to have been drafted for Vietnam) stolen from them about 15 years ago when my cousins were in HS. My cousins were paddling by in the canoe on their way to fish in the nature reserve and saw some kids floundering in the middle of the lake with a broken old-ass motor. Apparently the stolen motor finally died. My cousins got close enough to ID it and paddled off laughing. They were very restrained. I'd have put a hole in the other boat.

Shoot, I'd have stopped and rubbed it in. "Hah, did that motor you stole stop working? That's karma, assholes!"
 
2014-07-30 09:11:54 AM  
Sure it was a tornado?
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2014-07-30 10:51:38 AM  
Any Heinekin?

/pre-lootie
 
2014-07-30 02:18:26 PM  
It's even worse when the storm goes threw the local porn shop and drops loads of Gay Midget Porn on your lawn.
Thats my story and I'm sticking to it.
 
2014-07-30 06:39:23 PM  
That's why we can't steal nice things.
 
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