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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 10:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mmph. Never mind... :B




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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 10:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

ok if you say so...


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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 10:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ah, it was about a big thing that happened in the DC area last night. Quite a tragedy, actually, but it included the name of the high school my two brothers went to. And happened very close to where I live, so I decided against posting it. My apologies. :P


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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 12:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Well, this looks like a good time to play

CHOOSE YOUR THREAD

with your host Cookies (Wink Martindale) The Scientist.

The categories for today are:

#1 WASHINGTON -- D.C. police said they have arrested a 37-year-old man who they say is responsible in the case of a local strip club manager set on fire.

#2 NEWSOMS, Va. -- Police are investigating the death of a worker found under a large pile of peanuts.

#3 LA PLATA, Md. -- A fourth teen has died following a two-vehicle crash in Charles County on Tuesday night. The car: a Mercury!!!

#4 WASHINGTON -- D.C. firefighters and medics were at the scene of an accident Tuesday morning in Cleveland Park that left a woman seriously injured. D.C. Fire and EMS spokesman Alan Etter said the woman was apparently trying to back her car into a car port but went too far.


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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 13:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 13:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

C'mon Lester. You're not intrigued by the Peanut story?

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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 13:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Micrówave wrote:

#3 LA PLATA, Md. -- A fourth teen has died following a two-vehicle crash in Charles County on Tuesday night. The car: a Mercury!!!

That's the one. :B


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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 15:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Micrówave wrote:

C'mon Lester. You're not intrigued by the Peanut story?


Actually, now that you mention it...

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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 16:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Southampton County Sheriff's Department has not identified the man, a worker at the Severn Peanut Company in Newsoms, which is in southeastern Virginia near the North Carolina border.

Coworkers noticed he was missing around noon Tuesday. They told police they searched for two hours before finding the worker under the pile of peanuts.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.


I think the same thing happened years ago at a Polish Foam Packing Peanut factory.

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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 17:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

...and Cookies, I read that story. I hope you didn't know any of the students involved, but still send my condolences. At least it wasn't you. Everyone should wear their seatbelts.

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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 20:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Micrówave wrote:

...and Cookies, I read that story. I hope you didn't know any of the students involved, but still send my condolences. At least it wasn't you. Everyone should wear their seatbelts.

I didn't, but one of my brothers played basketball with at least one or two of them and knew them a bit. :/
Odd thing was, just five minutes before my Mum and I were driving on that exact road! D:

Sad thing; everyone around here's talking about it. Many thanks to you, Microwave, I shall send your condolences. :)


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Posted: 07 Nov 07, 21:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

raspberry toaster strudel is delicious.


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Posted: 08 Nov 07, 12:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

UPDATE: Calvin Branch, the man who loved peanuts.

Around 12:10 p.m. Tuesday, employees at the business on the 22000 block of General Thomas Highway noticed the co-worker was missing. Their search concluded when they found the coworker under the pile of peanuts.

The man died at the scene, according to Detective Richard Morris of the Southampton County Sheriff's Office.

Wednesday, police identified the victim as 42-year-old Calvin Wilson Branch of Graham Street in Boykins.

At this point, it is unknown how Branch ended up under the pile of peanuts.

The Virginia Department of Labor and Industry is handling the investigation.