UberDave: A perfectly good white boy.
posicat: An old PDP-11, still have the 8" drives out of it at home.
Harry Freakstorm: A semi truck slid off the southbound side of the interstate and split open in the snow. There must have been hundreds of cans of Budweiser sitting in the snow after the pulled the semi and the trailer away. I don't really think anyone handling the cleanup thought the beer would stay around. I saw beer on the way up to Champaign on the northbound side of I-57. About two hours later, when I was heading south, the place had been picked clean. Lots of tire marks and footprints in the snow. It was salvagers because I know the cleanup people like to travel in a single file to hide their numbers.
The Pope of Manwich Village: [farm5.staticflickr.com image 640x480]
TanSau: Your mom
rkiller1: A wallet full of cash and credit cards. Quietly and anonymously left it and entire contents on their porch a few blocks away./I had to because karma is a biatch.//Happened twice in the last twenty years.
Bill_Wick's_Friend: I've seen things you wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion the TransCanada....
Sybarite: It's not at all uncommon, but I'm always puzzled by where that one shoe comes from, especially when it still appears to be in pretty good shape.
boredofedu: We used to have an employee that was always picking up junk from the side of the road. One day he found a pair of coveralls that somebody had lost the entire contents of their colon in. It also had one of the patches with a guys name on it. That guy came into our parts store a few days later and our employee asked him if he wanted his coveralls back, he'd found them on the side of the road all poo'ed up. The guy just turned around and left..
FrancoFile: Fire and rain.Sunny days that I thought would never end.Lonely times when I could not find a friend.
BrotherEarth: All those moments will be lost in time ...
chickstan: I saw a peacock run across the road out in the middle of NOWHERE in Georgia. Does that count?"
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