I'd give alot

I'd give alot

Don
Don

March 2nd, 2012, 1:57 pm #1

I'd give alot to know what RJ and ugly Walken were talking about in the intervening hours between her disappearence and discovery. Folks, I have to say: There was alot of weed and other things on the Love Boat that night. That would explain a great many things with regard to coverup and ahem...not responding.
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Don
Don

March 2nd, 2012, 1:58 pm #2

How do you know? Were you there? Your insinuations are absurd.
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Don
Don

March 2nd, 2012, 2:02 pm #3

That is not Don. I am Don. I am a great fan of Robert Wagner's. He would never puff the weed. He is as straight as an arrow.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 2nd, 2012, 3:13 pm #4

Should we even wager a guess as to who the weed belonged to?

Walken may not be the most attractive actor in Hollywood, but he certainly is a great one. He has a presence and superb acting skills that make him very attractive.

It's usually the pretty boys that make for lousy actors. They feel they don't have to try as hard, their looks are enough.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 2nd, 2012, 3:27 pm #5

Don, your threads are boring and do not pertain to the subject matter at hand.

Time for more poems.

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Anonymous
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March 2nd, 2012, 3:34 pm #6

If you hear a person drowning,
Do not stand there frowning.

Do not call for help on the phone
It won't help when they're alone,

Struggling to breathe and stay afloat
Jump in the water, get off your boat.

Only minutes left that tick rapidly by,
If they can't swim, they'll surely die.

A strong swimmer is what is needed,
To save a life with all fears heeded.

Especially if the drowner is very petite,
To rescue such a person is not a big feat.

One could swim out, to toss a floating device,
Something to hang onto in their struggle for life.

Refusing to get wet seems so dreadfully craven,
When you won't try, never leaving your safe haven.

Put yourself in that poor person's ill place,
As dark deep water begins covering your face.

How good it must feel to be so brave,
By saving a victim from a watery grave.

God thinks very highly of samaritans like this,
One day they will know a life filled with bliss.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 2nd, 2012, 4:35 pm #7

If you hear a person drowning,
Do not stand there frowning.

Do not call for help on the phone
It won't help when they're alone,

Struggling to breathe and stay afloat
Jump in the water, get off your boat.

Only minutes left that tick rapidly by,
If they can't swim, they'll surely die.

A strong swimmer is what is needed,
To save a life with all fears heeded.

Especially if the drowner is very petite,
To rescue such a person is not a big feat.

One could swim out, to toss a floating device,
Something to hang onto in a struggle for life.

Refusing to get wet seems so dreadfully craven,
When you won't try, not leaving your safe haven.

Put yourself in that poor drowner’s place,
As cold dark water starts covering the face.

How great it must feel to be so brave,
By saving a victim from a watery grave.

God thinks very highly of samaritans like this,
One day they will know a life filled with bliss.
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Don
Don

March 2nd, 2012, 7:10 pm #8

Actually, I loathe poetry...too subjective. Better to do the haiku thing with three stanzas and then STFU.
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Don
Don

March 2nd, 2012, 7:17 pm #9

If you hear a person drowning,
Do not stand there frowning.

Do not call for help on the phone
It won't help when they're alone,

Struggling to breathe and stay afloat
Jump in the water, get off your boat.

Only minutes left that tick rapidly by,
If they can't swim, they'll surely die.

A strong swimmer is what is needed,
To save a life with all fears heeded.

Especially if the drowner is very petite,
To rescue such a person is not a big feat.

One could swim out, to toss a floating device,
Something to hang onto in a struggle for life.

Refusing to get wet seems so dreadfully craven,
When you won't try, not leaving your safe haven.

Put yourself in that poor drowner’s place,
As cold dark water starts covering the face.

How great it must feel to be so brave,
By saving a victim from a watery grave.

God thinks very highly of samaritans like this,
One day they will know a life filled with bliss.
Okay, I have a limmy for everyone: There once was a man from Rangoon...who was born nine months too soon. He did not have the luck to be born by a **** and was scraped off the sheets with a spoon. There. I rose against the mad poetry poster.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 2nd, 2012, 7:19 pm #10

I thought the LACSD did speak with Davern. Did they or didn't they?
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