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Old 07-06-2016, 11:20 PM   #76
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I work in a very busy section of downtown, and I was laughing this morning at the notorious human resource lady's comment in the Bonnie Wilder segment: "You don't just get lost in a crowd if you are ENORMOUS" or something along those lines, LOL.

Clearly that comment was made far before today's obesity epidemic, bwaha. Everyone is enormous!
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The other night I went on a date with a woman who told me she was a single mom. Her daughter's name: Isabella.

Of course, my mind immediately shifted to the "ghost" Isabella Krammer from the Mann haunted house segment. I kept that nugget to myself, however.
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The other night I went on a date with a woman who told me she was a single mom. Her daughter's name: Isabella.

Of course, my mind immediately shifted to the "ghost" Isabella Krammer from the Mann haunted house segment. I kept that nugget to myself, however.
Ha! Well played! But if you went for it and she liked UM it may have been a sign


For me it's these darn bicycles I see everyday. Especially when people are really booking it. Always think of Mickey and Trudy Thompson.
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Old 09-02-2016, 08:31 AM   #79
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For me it's these darn bicycles I see everyday. Especially when people are really booking it. Always think of Mickey and Trudy Thompson.
Or the Bicycle Bandit. Maybe it's just me but I remember watching that segment and thinking the dude needed to ride that bicycle more.
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Or the Bicycle Bandit. Maybe it's just me but I remember watching that segment and thinking the dude needed to ride that bicycle more.
true I don't know why I never think about that one when see bicycles. bicycles, interstates, and rest stops all make me think of UM. the rest stops in Korea are ridiculous. they are like shopping malls and they are crowded with people. nothing like the sparse unpopulated rest stops in the USA that are bone chilling for me...thanks to UM.

recently my sister was traveling to you guessed it Omaha area to visit my brother. and my mom suggested to her if she got tired stop and sleep at a rest stop and let the truck drivers protect you. wowza!
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A black pickup truck kind of blocked the road on my way home earlier this week. Of course he didn't get out of the car and do anything and he put the hazards on and left enough room for me to squeeze by, but I couldn't help but think of the Carol segment afterward.
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I don't usually go to rest stops by myself either. There's a few that I trust because I know they're staffed or there's a state patrol station there. But once at one of the "safe" ones my husband walked in on a guy who was naked in the bathroom and that was enough for him. He's a little wary of that one now.

I shop at the mall where Dru Sjodin was kidnapped, and that ALWAYS crosses my mind when I'm in the parking lot. I'm not afraid to go by myself, but sheesh, it's really the last mall in the world where you would have thought that could have happened.
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I shop at the mall where Dru Sjodin was kidnapped, and that ALWAYS crosses my mind when I'm in the parking lot. I'm not afraid to go by myself, but sheesh, it's really the last mall in the world where you would have thought that could have happened.
I regularly shop at the mall where Christopher Wilder lured his only surviving victim into his car. It may be in L.A. county, but the vicinity is quite safe and violent crime is extremely rare. I think about it from time to time.
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The computer hammer murder case I already mentioned in connection with loading and unloading heavy equipment from cars, but it bears bringing up again as this one I literally think about practically every day. In October 1992, Jeremy Rolfs was seriously injured and his fianceť Heather Uffelman was killed after being beaten by a hammer by a man calling himself "Tom Johnson" who stole $30,000.00 worth of computer equipment so cumbersome that Jeremy had to help "Tom" load it into his car. "Tom" was never identified or caught and the mystery remains unsolved. Less than five years later, Jeremy was killed in a head on car crash by a driver who apparently fell asleep at the wheel.

Every time I have problems with technical equipment (which for the past several months seems to be every day) I ponder how a used laptop easily lifted and probably obtainable for a couple hundred dollars could run circles around this equipment for which someone was willing to kill--not to mention that equipment of such capabilities is common now and was rare then--why was the killer not caught through the equipment being identified?
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After being resurfaced and repainted several times, my kitchen wall looks great. Have not yet got around to hanging a calendar or anything on which to post messages about events and appointments, so I still stick them to the wall with Scotch tape. Even though the tape is removable and non-damaging, every time I always think, "Need More Baby Bottles"!
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After being resurfaced and repainted several times, my kitchen wall looks great. Have not yet got around to hanging a calendar or anything on which to post messages about events and appointments, so I still stick them to the wall with Scotch tape. Even though the tape is removable and non-damaging, every time I always think, "Need More Baby Bottles"!
God, that guy was a jerk. I wish she'd dumped a milkshake on his head before leaving.
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I had a moment in church this morning.

We sang a (beautiful) song that one of our congregants had written in the wake of the fire that destroyed Reggie White's church, which was featured on UM. There had been a big rally to support the Inner City Church and ours was one of the ones who participated in it.

It just really brought home the reality that these cases are visceral and real. It's good to be reminded of that.
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When my wife doesn't text me all day, I automatically think of coming home to a Paul Pollis like situation.
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I heard a raven squawking today and thought of general Wayne inn. Just needed the low piano note.
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Recently, I was jogging in the park and I saw some teenagers smoking weed.

It dawned on me that in the UM universe surely these kids would have murdered me and staged it to look like a suicide which the incompetent local cops would accept without investigation.
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