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(The Detroit_News)   School finds 12-year-old girl had lunch money in her backpack. Fark: enough for lunch for the rest of her scholastic career   ( detroitnews.com) divider line
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2013-03-12 11:09:52 PM  
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Tony_Pepperoni: Who the Fork keeps $20k laying around the house?

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2013-03-12 09:34:03 PM  
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Hell, back when I was in school, I probably would've spent that $20,000 on 400,000 pieces of Bazooka Chewing Gum.
2013-03-12 10:57:45 PM  
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PapaChester: "The neighbors have claimed the money, the chief said. Sclabassi said police continue to investigate the incident, but declined to elaborate as to why."

Because what family-age person keeps 20k cash in a Detroit suburban house?

Tea party Republican/Libertarian nutbags, that's who. They are ALWAYS worth investigating.

But she wasn't being generous with HER OWN money, she was being generous with SOMEONE ELSE'S money. That makes her a Democrat nutbag, and in Detroit no less, so doubly worth investigating.
2013-03-12 10:00:34 PM  
1 vote:
she had $20,000 cash in her backpackapparently

Kids today, with their fancy backpackapparentlies.
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