when they removed the body, did they ask to see the receipt?
Walmart is going to be putting out some dough and paying that man's family a huge celery.
We the People...
I've been accused of being in possession of an odd sense of humor, of seeing things differently.
Maybe even being a bit weird. We all have problems and I figure at least mine are benign.
This thread is proof I don't even hold a candle to a whole herd of rather odd personalities in here.
The collective psychiatric bills here must be approaching the national debt.
I am now going to go mow my lawn and try to return to a normal dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind.
My lawn mower loves me. Cutting off the heads of little blades of grass gives us much pleasure.
Life is short.
Make sure you spend as much time as possible
on the internet arguing with strangers about politics.
Last edited by olfarhors; 06-09-2019 at 11:27 AM.
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Being that it's Walmart, there hopefully is plenty of video to allow the investigators to get a better idea of what happened than mere eyewitness testimony.
Last edited by pegasus; 06-09-2019 at 03:01 PM.
I’ve just reread both article links, in case updates posted, and see absolutely no mention as to what their disagreement over the woman was about?
And, he is gonna have to prove “Stand your ground” before he can use that as a defense. And there does seem to be a disparity in size just from the photos - the manager looks like a D lineman; the “victim” looks like a weasel. So, in what way, exactly, did the “victim” seem to offer a life threat to the manager? Couldn’t the manager have just rubbed him up with a little rhubarb?
Thus far, this story’s best byline seems to be that old phrase of adolescent youth:
“A shot rang out,
A scream was heard,
And through the air,
Came a flying turd!”
Seriously, that’s what the story is for the time being!
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