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(Tampa Bay Online)   While it's always neat to get your name in the paper, you should really hope the story doesn't involve the phrase "elevator mishap"   ( tbo.com) divider line
    More: Sad, elevator mishap, St. Pete Beach, Tampa International Airport, elevators, Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, phrases  
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2013-04-25 09:58:27 PM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler

I had an uncle who owned an elevator repair company. I asked him one day "How's business?" and he said, "Oh, OK, it has ________________ ."

(it's fill-in-the-blank night)

"It has its ups and downs"? :-)
2013-04-25 10:02:21 PM  

Fano: Death by misadventure is definitely what you don't want on your death certificate.

UNLESS its a cocaine and viagra overdose with 2 or more whores. In which case not only do I want it included in my Obituary,I also want a statue commemorating it.
2013-04-25 10:05:47 PM  

MythDragon: The most hilarious elevator death ever.

/What did he think was behind the doors?

Is that real? Daaaaang...

Darwin + Newton = formidable tag team.
2013-04-26 07:51:42 AM  
During a honeymoon trip to Los Angeles, Chris Hansen and his new wife, Shoni, decided not to skimp on their visit to Universal Studios Hollywood

I wonder how young she is...
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2013-04-26 07:52:47 AM  
Whoa!  Really wrong thread.
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