“A man accused of stealing several blow-up dolls from an adult novelty store says the burglary was a “drunken, stupid thing.”
Hey, let he among you has not stolen a blow-up doll throw the first dart. I almost feel sorry for the dumbass. Almost.
First off, either this is a badly written headline, or I’m not nearly as good at reading comprehension as I thought I was. My honest first reaction to this headline was, ‘How was the baby supposed to rob a store?”.
What happened was that the very bad man left the three month old child home alone for 6 hours while he robbed a store. I don’t know if it took him the whole six hours to rob the place. I’m betting not, as a 6 hour ‘robbery’ could more accurately be referred to as a ‘hostage situation’.
All is well, the baby is fine, with the exception of some diaper rash. He’s with his grandmother now and Daddy is in jail.
A quote from the article, “…had left his three-month-old son at home to fend for himself…” .
Really? The man really left the three month old to fend for itself? Or did he just leave him home alone? Because I really doubt the man expected the baby to fend for itself. Maybe he thought the little guy could whip up some mac & cheese, run a warm bath and soak in the tub while reading Oprah’s latest book club selection. Or maybe that was just some sloppy writing.
“Frosty is described as a white male, sporting a red hat and scarf, with a pipe in his mouth.”
Nobody stole Frosty. He escaped. Snowmen don’t do well in Tyler, Texas. I know, I live just down the road from there. He’s probably hopped a refrigerated rail car headed for New England. I just hope he doesn’t get ‘rolled’ by someone looking for some ‘cold’ cash.
Today’s video is Aaron Neville singing Please Come Home for Christmas. I don’t know about y’all, but I could listen to that man sing the phone book.