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Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

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I don't know if this really qualifies for this forum, but somewhere in there is a massive failure of some kind!

https://kfor.com/2019/07/10/logan-co-man-allegedly...

It looks like "Oklahoma Man" is giving "Florida Man" a run for his money...

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Ummm... Inspiration for the next Quentin Tarantino movie?

No one believes the theory except the one who developed it. Everyone believes the experiment except the one who ran it.
STF

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

One red neck officer to another:
"Well, we killed the snake.
You think we should kill the Kentucky Deluxe as well?"

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

That would have been a great segment on Live PD. :)

Kyle

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

KENTUCKY DELUXE BLEND 750ml $6.99

KY, USA- A blend of Kentucky bourbon and neutral grain spirits and aged in oak barrels for 36 months creating a smooth textured whiskey. Oaky palate with hints of caramel leads to a vanilla finish. Enjoy neat.

Nothing but the best to go with rattlesnake.

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The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Since Spiderman got his powers from a radioactive spider, maybe he thought he could one-up him by using uranium powder and a rattlesnake.

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Still better than playing "What's in the box?"

Alternatively, it's a warped version of "Mother, Jugs & Speed"

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

If it were in Asia likely the rattle snake would have been in the Bourbon bottle, just to enhance the natural medicine effect.

It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts. (Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia.)

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

There was a report that the Kentucky Deluxe was for medicinal purposes.
No question.
Every red-neck knows that whiskey in liberal amounts is a specific remedy for rattlesnake bites.

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

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Nothing worse than listening to your mates raving about a story you haven't seen - and might never.

A.

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

just search "Kentucky Deluxe"
they should pay that couple as I bet it is the best advertising ever
if that is not enough add "uranium and rattlesnake" to the search

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

"Hey Dad, I need some stuff for my Science Fair project, can you pick it up?"
"Sure, son, what's your project about?"
"The effects of ethanol on the resistance to radiation in reptiles."
"Okay, I'll get right on it."

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Bizarre.

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

The movie has already been made.
Wag The Dog.
"We're trying to locate him. As far as we know, he's out some where driving around in his truck with his dog, a shotgun and a bottle of whiskey."
Willy Nelson's character.

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

stolen car with expired plates, check
Felon with a gun, check
open bottle in car, check
Uranium ???? not even sure where that goes
But the snake is OK because he has a valid hunting license.
Talk about priorities

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RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Doc Brown is getting desperate

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Does a snake even need a hunting license? It's not like they have pockets.

RE: Some Kind of Failure for Sure...

Quote (3DDave)

Does a snake even need a hunting license? It's not like they have pockets.
That's why they wear it on a lanyard around their neck!

Dan - Owner
http://www.Hi-TecDesigns.com

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