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(Boston Globe)   Trail of skittles wrappers leads to robbers   (boston.com) divider line 22
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2001-12-27 11:24:44 AM  
Must be those Hicks from Southern states (including Texas)
 
2001-12-27 11:25:08 AM  
well..can ya blame them? 3 youg knids...living in Florida....full of 80 year old women with ribbon candy and those damn orange candy peanuts! But you'd think that with the $10 they took from the coin-op laundry. they'd just buy the candy......no evidence then! HAHAHAHA

*note to self - go to gainesville...steal quarters, eat eat eat!*
 
2001-12-27 11:32:08 AM  
I had to clean up a trail of skitters in the house one time when one of the cats had diarrhea.
No robbers in the house, though.
 
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2001-12-27 11:41:33 AM  
In a totally unrelated story, trail of ho-ho wrappers leads to morbidly obese, stoned, unemployed man playing PS2.
 
2001-12-27 11:50:13 AM  
[image from csmonitor.com too old to be available]Stupid
 
2001-12-27 12:03:10 PM  
Must be those Hicks from Southern states (including Texas)

That is funny stuff!
 
2001-12-27 12:03:22 PM  
All they really needed to do was follow the rainbow that leads to the stockload of Skittles, duh!

[image from candydirect.com too old to be available]
 
2001-12-27 12:08:45 PM  
Them munchies will get'ya every time!
 
2001-12-27 12:36:05 PM  
Gainesville. Hehehe. No doubt, these are future UF football players.
 
2001-12-27 12:39:28 PM  
Quetzlgumby:
ET was reeses pieces.
*first asshole to chime in on a technicality*
 
2001-12-27 12:51:22 PM  
Gainesville Juvenile Assessment Center. I like that. It's understanding, yet firm.
 
2001-12-27 01:07:19 PM  
... and yet another "crime wave" is dramatically halted.
 
2001-12-27 01:14:11 PM  
If someone would've just given these poor kids a credit card, they could've bought all the Skittles they wanted!

~Hatter,
CEO of Ludicrous Suggestions That Try to Link Two Separate Fark Posts Together, Inc.
 
2001-12-27 01:14:22 PM  
Hmm, I instantly thought of Hansel and Gretel, and their little friend Dirk.

I don't know that I ever wanted candy enough to break into a vending machine. AND those must be some hefty kids- has anyone ever tried to break into a vending machine? That glass is super strong.....
 
2001-12-27 01:15:40 PM  
I think the death penalty is justified in this case.
 
2001-12-27 01:28:07 PM  
Mmm_hogfat, I know, but the article made me think of that.

[image from the-candyman.com too old to be available]There ya go!
 
2001-12-27 01:42:42 PM  
Quetzlgumby:
Thanks, I feel much better. I just couldn't let that one go because I was imagining Speilberg spinning in his grave.
 
2001-12-27 02:22:28 PM  
it always starts with just candy...next it'll be my stereo, TV, watch, car, house.......
 
2001-12-27 02:48:49 PM  
So were these wildberry Skittles, tropical fruits Skittles, or Original skittles? They ought to be more specific.
 
2001-12-27 06:05:20 PM  
WTF is with Florida? More strange sh!t happens there than any part of the world. Please explain.
 
2001-12-27 06:12:08 PM  
My explaination is that thier are alot of stupid people who live there.
 
2001-12-27 11:59:35 PM  
explaination = explanation
thier = their (still using wrong grammer)

funny you comment on stupid people...jk
 
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