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Freaky Friday Roundup!

OK, now that we've learned that my high horse has wings, let's get freaky!

This local story is all the rage on the internet today.
Miami Gardens police have arrested Sampson 62 times for one offense: trespassing. Almost every citation was issued at the same place: the 207 Quickstop, a convenience store on 207th Street in Miami Gardens. But Sampson isn’t loitering. He works as a clerk at the Quickstop. So how can he be trespassing when he works there?
How indeed?

These are my favorite Ass-Guardians.

Someone has worse hair than Donald Trump.

Black Friday shoppers, or Zombies? Can you really tell the difference?

The White Zone is for the immediate loading and unloading of passengers only. There is no stopping in the Red Zone.

Hot tip! The best way to avoid being arrested for smoking weed is to smoke while white.

If you want to party with Justin Bieber, you have to promise not to blab.

And remember, everything is wonderful! You are wonderful! Have a great weekend!

*video is slightly NSFW because Lily Allen has a bit of a potty mouth.



  1. Happy Friday, SFL, Godwhacker & GB. Hope it's a good one.

  2. Hooray for the no 1 fan.


  3. I read that story in the Herald this morning. Even allowing for the Herald's bias, it seems like brazen misconduct by the police. Amazing.

  4. Nice work as usual. Have a great weekend!

  5. Godwhacker is my favorite "Ass-Gardian".

  6.,0,7256085.story a bitch better return my money


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