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19 Jul
Re: Weirdness [438] - 28Jun96

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 96 11:06:20 -0700
To: Fun_People
Subject: Re: Weirdness [438] - 28Jun96

From: Jef Jaisun <>

>* According to police in St. Louis, Mo., burglary suspects Ronald L. Egan
>and Roy G. Mullin III couldn't have been more eager to please when they were
>arrested in April.  The first cop on the scene spotted Mullin and asked what
>he was doing there; Mullin allegedly replied, "A burglary, I guess."  The
>second cop spotted Egan emerging from around back with a vacuum cleaner and
>asked him the same question; Egan allegedly replied, "Burglarizing the
>place." [St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 4-3-96]

In 1967, a band I almost joined was living in a house on Clayton Street in
the Haight. One day, as they were moving, one of the guys was carrying a
huge rose-tinted piece of glassware out to the car. A cop, who was just
casually driving by, peered out his window and joked, "Hey, what's in the
jar?" Came the stuttered response, "Muh-muh-muh-arajuana." They were all busted.

Sure glad I didn't join that band.


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