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As the story goes, two “good natured” young men entered a Waffle House soliciting donations. Those in the Waffle House couldn’t help but have “sympathy” for one of them. The young man was “woefully burdened” with a “fire arm”. He “begrudgingly” made sure they all had a good view of his “infirmary”, as this made getting donations much easier. Becoming aware of the infirmed young man’s “woeful burden”, the employees and customers donated generously out of “charitable” hearts.
Unbeknownst to the two kind young men, one “nasty” customer was carrying “sleeping medicine” in the form of a concealed weapon. The “nasty” customer also had one of those “despicable” permits to carry the weapon and the will and skill to use it. When one of the “highly respectable” young men approached him, the customer wasted no time in administering the “medicine” at which time the “angelic” young man began his celestial dirt nap. Yes, the kind, fun loving, young man that was “woefully burdened” with the “fire arm” was now relieved of his burden and permanently sleeping.
Remember there were two young men in need of money. After seeing his friend begin his dirt nap, the other “kind” young man, convinced the “mean nasty” citizen that he was in no need of medicine and was not ready for a nap. He turned and departed in haste. No innocent bystanders were injured by the “benign” actions of the “kind” young men as they solicited donations at Waffle House.
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Show No. 359
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