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Old 01-16-2014, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default Stop me if you heard this one. Three guys try to rob an old man who has a .357…

Kind of an amusing take on the incident. I hope this particular edition will not require moderator intervention:

Today’s story comes to us from up near my neck of the woods, over the border in New Milford Township, Pennsylvania. A retired homeowner in the rural district, 69 year old David Braman, was home alone when heard a knock at the door. It turned out to be someone claiming to have run into some car trouble and needing assistance, but living in that neck of the (literal) woods, Mr. Braman took some precautions when answering the door. We join our story already in progress.

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Old 01-16-2014, 04:09 PM   #2
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I feel if you're gonna live the scumbag life, and try to rob people and all that, you have to be willing to accept any and all consequences for your action. Being shot in the junk is just one of those consequences. A good read and I'm glad he got it where he did.

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Is it safe to assume that the guy won't be any good for the girlfriend now?
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Yes, a well placed shot if you ask me, this will hopefully prevent this dipsh*t from breeding!

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