Lion on the loose in Columbus.

Submitted by Scott on 05/04/2004 at 12:18. ( )

This is just killing me.
Apparently, last night some cop, and a truck drive spot a )lion" wondering in Gahana ( a Suburb of Columbus Ohio. Ok I"ll buy that. Lots of things could have happened, anything is possible.

Heres that part that is killing me.
The news warning on the TV say"s
žLocal authorities are warning everyone to stay indoors, close garages, and lock your doorsÓ

Ok let me repeat that----


Don"t want that lion creeping up and sneaking in an unlocked door tonight.
You know how good they are with knobs and latches.

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That's about as intelligent as when

This response submitted by Cecil on 05/04/2004 at 12:55. ( )

New York had the last blackout and their present mayor said to periodically check on the food in the fridge to make sure it's not spoiled! LMAO I guess if you're as wealthy as him you don't even have a fridge!

So if the power goes out on my taxidermy freezers I should keep opening them to see how thawed things are getting? Duuuuuuuuhhhhhh!

You know what would be really cool?

This response submitted by Cecil on 05/04/2004 at 12:57. ( )

A safari in the city. YEAH! Who needs to go to Africa. Just join the police force and hunt for free!


This response submitted by kyle truth on 05/05/2004 at 00:34. ( )

the "cops" already go on a safari when they hunt humans...they are always willing to shoot first as the Justice department will protect them. Happens all the time. Most cops are just waiting to pull the trigger and end your life.....remember, they are just doing their job..


This response submitted by Dan S. on 05/05/2004 at 16:22. ( )

That's exactly what cops do. They join just to shoot peole. Idiot. How about all those cops who lost their lives trying to save people during the 9-11 attacks? Those who risk their lives everyday trying to keep your sorry a$$ safe? I've noticed that if you don't break the law, you have any problems with cops. Try it sometime.

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