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(Fark)   Subby just looked out the window and saw a horse-drawn wagon carrying a dozen people from the assisted living facility down the street. What's the strangest thing you've seen today? LGN   ( divider line
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2013-06-08 10:27:08 PM  
I can't believe I almost forgot about the weirdest part of the llama/alpaca smackdown. Which was the guy unloading his llama from the back of his minivan.

Llamas are BIG, man, if you've never seen one up close and personal.
2013-06-08 10:27:08 PM  

cordelia_3: Saw a 40-something man wearing bunny ears at the mall.

OK - CSB time...

My husband, who is a lawyer, and who worked in the PD's office before he went to work for
DCF, told me this story about a suspect who had been arrested for a crime in one of the
smaller towns here in Fla.

The suspect is taken into interrogation and after a few hours, he still won't own up to having
committed the crime. So the interrogating officers leave the room and come back about 20
minutes later. The suspect is disheveled, bruised, and breaks down, confessing to everything.

During the trial, he recants, telling the judge in open court that while he was left alone, a
giant pink bunny came in and beat the crap out of him until he agreed to confess. Of course,
the judge doesn't believe him and the jury doesn't believe him, and he winds up being

Over the course of a year or so, several similar cases popped up where a suspect would
confess, only to recant in court, telling the same story about the giant pink bunny.

Turns out that a cop in the precinct was dressing up in a giant pink bunny costume and
would enter the interrogation room after the other officers left and would beat the suspects
up until they agreed to confess.

Don't know what happened to the cop.

/ end CSB
2013-06-08 11:07:54 PM  
So yeah.  Just driving along a gravel road in the countryside, when I see this teddy bear in a tree:

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Then my friend and I looked around and noticed a couple of others.  All in all there were like a dozen of them.

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2013-06-08 11:26:51 PM  
The Consoldated Air Force has Miss Mitchell in town and were giving rides. I got to see a B-25 circle my house a few times.
2013-06-08 11:30:58 PM  
Two women wearing nothing but body paint and panties. I'm assuming because it is Philly Pride weekend.

Sunday should be beautiful for the parade.
2013-06-09 12:18:20 AM  

Xploder: I apologize, I should explain that remark...

I'm a 52 year old disabled vet, my wife is also disabled and was born that way. We have custody of our 7 year old grandson who, although completely able to make himself understood through sign language and whatnot, can not talk intelligibly.

The fact that subby finds something amusing about the fact that the people that live in the assisted living facility are actually out in public and trying their best to live their lives as normal human beings pisses me right off.

So, fark you subby.

Um, OK.  To me the "strange thing" in the headline had more to do with the horse-drawn wagon than the folks in it.  In fact, I thought subby meant senior citizens - all my experiences lately of "assisted living" have involved cute little old folks, and the idea of a geriatric hay ride made me smile.  I do not think that the point of the headline was to make fun of people with disabilities.

Alas, I'm frightfully short on stories right now.  There was some sort of shootout near my house last night, and there is a paper bag full of pelican and dolphin skulls on my desk.
2013-06-09 12:36:49 AM  
Today about the only thing Ive seen is the inside of a toilet bowel. Have a nasty stomach bug.
2013-06-09 01:01:03 AM  
I just finished watching Manborg. It is both strange and AWESOME (alcohol not necessary, but is suggested).

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2013-06-09 07:34:00 AM  
Segway riders travelling as a group in Hamburg
2013-06-09 07:45:36 AM  
a coherent comment in a politics thread.
2013-06-09 09:55:04 AM  
Shortly after waking up this morning and was getting dressed, I began to see LSD-like trails surrounding moving objects. That vanished after about 15 minutes. I've never seen anything quite like that before (except, you know, when I used to partake in acid).

And don't give me that "acid flashback" nonsense.
2013-06-09 09:57:26 AM  
A woman in formal Miao costume singing in Leisure World:

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/Miao being an ethnic minority in southern China
/She was from Guizhou
2013-06-09 01:50:54 PM  
Saw a goat on a roof today.
2013-06-09 02:40:18 PM  

RedZoneTuba: A Dead-head sticker on a Cadillac.

Don't look back, you can never look back
2013-06-09 04:45:26 PM  

buckler: Shortly after waking up this morning and was getting dressed, I began to see LSD-like trails surrounding moving objects. That vanished after about 15 minutes. I've never seen anything quite like that before (except, you know, when I used to partake in acid).

And don't give me that "acid flashback" nonsense.

Migraine. No they don't always have to include the painful headache. And you're lucky if it didn't.

Either that or you have a tumor and you're going to die. But really, it was probably a migraine.
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