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Mr. Scot

There was also a chicken involved

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I heard he has a wing and a prayer to get out of this

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Only 1500 bricks? That's hardly enough to build a house, maybe a barbecue with a patio attached.

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guess they were going to stuff the bird if necessary! smh

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If I had been those guys, I would have flown the coop well before law enforcement arrived.

 

(P.S. Deshea Townsend is currently shaping young minds as the current cornerbacks coach for the Mississippi State University Bulldogs.)

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Thats a poo load of dope!

 

.....something witty about a chicken.....

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What's the difference between running afowl of the law and running abreast of the law?

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Losing 1500 bricks of heroin is really going to ruffle the feathers of that kingpin.

 

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