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    German police officers are mistaken for strippers

    Monday, July 28, 2008 (07-28) 17:05 PDT BERLIN, Germany (AP) --

    No one had ordered strippers for the 30th birthday party ó but the two policemen who arrived after midnight to quiet the raucous celebration found themselves greeted by a round of applause.

    Female partygoers in western Germany mistook the real-life officers for fake ones who entertain parties by peeling off enticing man-in-uniform outfits.

    Police spokesman Bernd Hoffmann said Monday the case of mistaken identity took place in Simmern, west of Frankfurt, after neighbors called to complain about the noise.

    The two officers arrived about 12:45 a.m. Sunday. The partygoers had not ordered strippers, but thought someone had sent them as a birthday surprise.

    "It took them a while to realize they were real police officers," Hoffmann said. "It was a bit funny for all sides."


    .... OOOOOPPSSSS


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    Quote Originally Posted by MalahatTwo7 View Post
    HEY! Its my Anniversary for 21 years in the Army. Who locked the dang door?! Too bad pay day is not till Thursday. Oh well. Just have to wait till then for the rum and beer (or whatever I decide I want that day) LOL
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    Wow.. over 4000 posts and I still don't remember what the phone number is at this bar. And don't even think about what the address might be... I just look for the sign, then duck through the door when nobody's looking.
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    Love McSorely's in the NYC for St. Patty's

    Also hit up Who's on 1st where the parade ends....
    For those of us on the West Coast.....
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    This has a similar flavour to the Double Wedding/Pig Roast that was planned once upon a time in a Galaxy far far away....

    vA shotgun marriage -- really. Gunfire and the thunder of hooves accompany the vows at the shooting range

    Allen Page, Times Colonist Published: Sunday, August 03, 2008

    Our ninth anniversary was on July 24 of this year, and the guests who attended our wedding are still talking about our unusual service and reception.

    Laurie and I met about 10 years ago when a friend of hers suggested I might be able teach her how to shoot some clay-target skeet shotgun. I've worked for three local Victoria sporting goods stores over the past 32 years, and have been involved with a wide variety of shooting sports at several local gun clubs for most of my life. I'd been giving some informal target shotgun instruction to her friend and she thought Laurie might enjoy trying her hand at it, too.

    About a year later, Laurie and I were married in a wedding service held on the shooting grounds of the South Vancouver Island Rangers club, where we first met.

    Our friends and family gathered on the shotgun range to hear our wedding vows, which were followed by seven of our close friends firing a 21-gun salute using 12-gauge shotguns.

    While our wedding photos were being taken on another part of the club grounds, our guests were entertained by a performance of Captain Jack's Wild West, a recreated 1880s-style Wild West show with which Laurie and I are also involved. The show included some trick shooting of balloon targets both on the ground and from horseback, and a bit of audience participation, as well.

    After that performance, the guests were led to the Rangers' main hall and a sumptuous feast of roasted pheasant and elk that my best friend (and MC for our wedding) and I had shot during the previous hunting season. We spent the rest of the evening dancing and celebrating until the wee hours.

    The next morning, we headed for the B.C. Ferries and drove out to a friend's ranch in Alberta, where we spent the next week visiting and socializing, honeymooning and doing some varmint-shooting with .22 rifles to help control the local gopher population from doing too much crop damage.

    Most of the people who attended our wedding still say it was about the most original and entertaining service they've ever been to. I think that even Laurie and I would have to agree with that ...

    © Times Colonist (Victoria) 2008

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    And they got the idea that they were entitled to a 21 gun salute from where? A breakfast cereal packet?
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    Ya, I got that too. Guess they figured they were Royalty or something - they do live in Victoria, afterall.













    {Note: I can say stuff like that, because Victoria is my hometown.
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    I brought in a new Karokee tape. Who knows the words to Jimmy Buffett's "Why Don't We Get Drunk.."
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    Getting drunk right now, or at least "comfortably numb" sounds like a good idea. Maybe the Scotch will do what the pain killers aren't.

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    Could've been the whiskey. Might've been the gin. Could've been the three or four six-packs, I don't know, but look at the mess I'm in My head is like a football. I think I'm going to die. Tell me, me oh, me oh my. Wasn't that a party?

    Someone took a grapefruit. Wore it like a hat. I saw someone under my kitchen table. Talking to my old tom cat. They were talking about hockey
    The cat was talking back. Long about then every-thing went black. Wasn't that a party? ....

    Billy, Joe and Tommy. Well they went a little far. They were sittin' in my back yard, blowing on a sireen. From somebody's police car.
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    Her eyes, they shone like the diamonds. You'd think she was queen of the land, And her hair hung over her shoulders, Tied up with a black velvet band.
    If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

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    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    Well, a Scotsman clad in kilt left a bar one evening fair,
    And one could tell by his walk, that he'd drunk more than his share.
    Well, he fumbled round till he could no longer keep his feeet,
    Then he stumbled off into the grass to sleep beside the street.

    About that time two young and lovely girls just happened by,
    One says to the other with a twinkle in her eye,
    See yon sleeping Scotsman, so strong and handsome built,
    I wonder if its true what they don't wear beneath the kilt!

    They crept up on that sleeping Scotsman quiet as could be,
    Lifted up his kilt about an inch so they could see,
    And there, behold for them to view, beneath his Scottish skirt,
    Was nothing more than God had graced him with upon his birth!

    They marveled for a moment, then one said we must be gone,
    Lets leave a present for our friend before we move along!
    As a gift they left a blue silk ribbon, tied into a bow,
    Around the bonnie star the Scots kilt did lift and show!

    Now the Scotsman woke to natures call, and stumbled towards the trees,
    Behind the bush he lifts his kilt, and gawks at what he sees!
    And in a startled voice he says to what's before his eye's,
    Aach, Lad I don't know where you been, but I see ya' won first prize!!


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    You forgot to mention the:

    Ring-ding didle lidle la deo
    Ring dye didley eye oh
    He stumbled off in to the grass to sleep beside the street

    {and}

    Ring-ding didle lidle la deo
    Ring dye didley eye oh
    I wonder if it's true what they don't wear beneath the kilt

    {and}

    Ring-ding didle lidle la deo
    Ring dye didley eye oh
    Was nothing more htna God had graced him with upon his birth

    {and}

    Ring-ding didle lidle la deo
    Ring dye didley eye oh
    Lad, I don't know where you've been, but I see you've won firstprize

    Between the main verses.

    Not a bad song for a bunch of Irishmen, eh? LOL
    Last edited by MalahatTwo7; 08-13-2008 at 03:14 PM.
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    I thought that would take to long to type!!! LOL! Thank you though!!

    Nothing wrong with the Irish, they make fine beer!! Another pint Mate??
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    Thats what "copy/paste" is all about eheheehh

    Another pint Mate??
    Dont mind if I do. Thanks. Cheers!
    If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

    "I may be slow, but my work is poor." Chief Dave Balding, MVFD

    "Its not Rocket Science. Just use a LITTLE imagination." (Me)

    Get it up. Get it on. Get it done!

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    I transcribed it from a recording.............
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    "Not for fame or reward,Not for place or rank. Not lured by ambition or goaded by necessity. But in simple obedience to duty as they understood it. These men suffered,sacrificed,dared all, and died. Let us never forget our fallen friends."

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    I think I need a drink. A very large, very strong something. I just made the mistake of reading a news report from Houston, TX about a 3yr old boy who "knew" he was dying in the back of his mother's pick up truck, because she "forgot to drop him off at day care that morning." Apparently he found a spare key and tried to put it in the ignition, but couldn't get it to turn......

    I forget how many stories I've read in the past few months, about that very thing and it makes me feel ill each time I do.

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    Hope this Lagavulin helps!

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    Tonight, I believe I will have a tall glass of sweet tea. On the Rocks. It was a tough day of fishing. It seems like lately, I'll have one good fishing day a month, and today wasn't my day. Still, it was a nice ride in the boat..
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    PBBTTT! No fishing for 'cat right now. Just can't deal with hot 'n muggy at this time. The "house wine of the South" is a good thing tho...........

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    The funny thing about fishing, when you start at daylight, it doesn't seem to get hot until you realize that you only have an hour to catch 4 more fish in a 5 fish limit tournament.

    The summer heat usually is good to me, but this is an off year. I can't seem to stay consistent. One lake in particular keeps befuggling me. Of course, Saturday is another tournament there, so Friday night, I'll be banging my head on the side of the shed trying to decide where to fish and what to throw.
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