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(Colorado Springs Gazette)   Police find a body under a man's mobile home, say it's suspicious. Oh, c'mon -- that's not fair. It's not like the guy was already in jail for robbing a pizza place with a machete or something, is it? Oh, wait   (gazette.com) divider line
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2012-03-12 9:05:37 PM  
Finding a body at a trailer park is like finding sand at the beach.
 
2012-03-12 9:06:12 PM  
Overfunded and dumb?

Duh.

Hi, PS, how are you?

Yes, here's my license and *zap*

...
 
2012-03-12 9:06:19 PM  
FTFA: Terri Lee said her family was already planning to move and the grizzly discovery added urgency to those plans.

Damn. I suppose a dead body would attract bears.
 
2012-03-12 9:06:47 PM  
I are buried sorta deep...
 
2012-03-12 9:07:09 PM  
I'm just surprised this was not Florida.
 
2012-03-12 9:07:26 PM  

Indubitably: I are buried sorta deep...


Grisly deep.
 
2012-03-12 9:08:05 PM  
Off to make crab salad...

*exeunt*
 
2012-03-12 9:08:17 PM  
Ruby Yoho, who has lived in the park for 45 years and managed it for 33, was in the process of evicting York,

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2012-03-12 9:23:03 PM  
Quote -- "I just feel bad for the person," he said. "He didn't crawl under there for a nap."

Well, duh. Especially since the article says the deceased was tied inside a quilt.
 
2012-03-12 9:24:22 PM  
"Obviously, finding a body under a trailer is suspicious," said sheriff's spokesman understater Sgt. Mike Schaller.
 
2012-03-12 9:25:16 PM  

MAYORBOB: Quote -- "I just feel bad for the person," he said. "He didn't crawl under there for a nap."

Well, duh. Especially since the article says the deceased was tied inside a quilt.


Maybe he liked to sleep tight.
 
2012-03-12 9:25:47 PM  
For all we know, it could have been a body in a field, until a trailer became over it.
 
2012-03-12 9:27:30 PM  
Whenever I find a body wrapped in a quilt under my trailer, I think, Hey, Free Quilt!
 
2012-03-12 9:28:15 PM  
Ruby Yoho, who has lived in the park for 45 years


She's kind of a ho', but she's always got a bottle of rum.
 
2012-03-12 9:29:12 PM  
Terri Lee said her family was already planning to move and the grizzly discovery added urgency to those plans.
"We're very glad we're moving," she said. "I don't want to be here any more."


Well how do you think the family who's moving into your spot feels?
 
2012-03-12 9:30:18 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Ruby Yoho, who has lived in the park for 45 years and managed it for 33, was in the process of evicting York,

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Very strange, I read your post just as I was listening to Ruby Soho.

Those police just farked with the wrong Mexican.

 
2012-03-12 9:33:16 PM  
Ah yes. Unincorporated Manitou Springs. Trailer trash and hippies.

/Damn good buffalo burgers though.
 
2012-03-12 9:43:15 PM  

remus: Whenever I find a body wrapped in a quilt under my trailer, I think, Hey, Free Quilt!


You *do* wash it first
unlike my neighbor, who thinks changing the grease in his fry daddy if like pouring more oil in it.
 
2012-03-12 9:45:59 PM  
sorry to see no video. few things are as wonderful as news reporters in-depth interview of a trailer parks self-appointed spokesperson. regardless of day or time she is in fluffy mule slippers, a gown that won't stay closed, smoking a 120 menthol and holding a tall cool beverage. bleach blond beehive do. often named "Dot". knows everything about everyone and is too willing to share.

/film at 11
 
2012-03-12 9:53:30 PM  
Looking forward to a good "seemed so good natured" serial killer kinda story.....
 
2012-03-12 10:14:57 PM  
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She's kind of a ho', but she's always got a bottle of rum.
 
2012-03-12 10:15:44 PM  
I actually have tons of bodies and body bags under my house.
I find that body bags are a great way to store my Halloween decorations, especially the animated human sized props.
It looks like a city Morgue under there....
Love the reactions of the repair men.

/231 days until Halloween!
//No its not enough time. Too many things to build and repair.
///GAH
 
2012-03-12 10:18:01 PM  
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Unavailable for comment.
 
2012-03-12 11:25:48 PM  
Pizza porn?
/no real internets
// very bord
/// entertain(sp) me
//// kinda drunk
 
2012-03-12 11:28:24 PM  

numbone: "Obviously, finding a body under a trailer is suspicious," said sheriff's spokesman understater Sgt. Mike Schaller.


Hey! Now I have nothing witty to say!
 
2012-03-12 11:31:25 PM  
Actually, I wouldn't think finding a body under a trailer was particularly suspicious.

It would be the freshness of said body, and the degree of insect activity, that would arouse my suspicions as to the guilt of the residents of the trailer, among other things.
 
2012-03-13 12:12:15 AM  

lemortede: I actually have tons of bodies and body bags under my house.
I find that body bags are a great way to store my Halloween decorations, especially the animated human sized props.
It looks like a city Morgue under there....
Love the reactions of the repair men.

/231 days until Halloween!
//No its not enough time. Too many things to build and repair.
///GAH


Do you have an adult daughter named Jennifer who is/was in the Coast Guard and also, do you or have you ever owned and driven a hearse?

/askin' because I used to have neighbors like you
//they were the coolest neighbors ever
///the horrifyingly realistic animatronic bodies gave me nightmares for YEARS as a kid
 
2012-03-13 12:26:04 AM  

platedlizard: lemortede: I actually have tons of bodies and body bags under my house.
I find that body bags are a great way to store my Halloween decorations, especially the animated human sized props.
It looks like a city Morgue under there....
Love the reactions of the repair men.

/231 days until Halloween!
//No its not enough time. Too many things to build and repair.
///GAH

Do you have an adult daughter named Jennifer who is/was in the Coast Guard and also, do you or have you ever owned and driven a hearse?

/askin' because I used to have neighbors like you
//they were the coolest neighbors ever
///the horrifyingly realistic animatronic bodies gave me nightmares for YEARS as a kid


No, don't have kids that old.
Don't have a hearse....Yet.
I have several friends in my Haunters group with hearses though.
Its a lot of fun to do. I started haunting when I bought my house.
The first year I got maybe 20 trick or treaters.
This last year I had wall over 400 not counting parents come through my haunt.
This year I am tripling my haunt size. Its going to be AWESOME.
 
2012-03-13 1:51:32 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Ruby Yoho, who has lived in the park for 45 years and managed it for 33, was in the process of evicting York,

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Beaten to the punch!
 
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