November 20, 2010
A Little Humor
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It seems this column always ends up with a focus on crime. I can only expect that to become more common as the holidays approach and crime rates rise. This week’s stories are not only about crime, but the general stupidity of those who commit it. These people pictured themselves as modern day D.B. Coopers only to find themselves caught. A word to all criminals: If you are not smart enough to talk yourself out of robbing a restaurant, you are probably not smart enough to get away with it. When you are caught, you can count on me to enjoy mocking you in the hours I am not working hard at an actual job.
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