Tuesday, November 13, 2007

As Seen On Cops!

(now there's an attention-grabbing headline if there ever was one)
(yet another weird story from my weird life)

A few nights ago, at around 4:00 AM, they were playing Cops on TV. I decided to watch for the heck of it.

They were arresting two guys in Florida who were acting (or maybe driving) suspiciously. They said they were honest and innocent, and worked 50 hours a week, and all that. Then one of then undid the effect by making a break for it. The police set dogs on him and everything. Then once they had them with their hands up, they searched the car. In the back, they found a plate that had crack on it, and they confiscated it and arrested them.

I'm sure you're wondering what this has to do with anything. I'm getting to it. You know how they were carrying the crack on a plate?

It was MY PLATE!!!

Honestly, I have a plate that looks exactly like that one! Size and everything! The plate is older that dirt and slightly ugly, depending on what your preference is. It's very 7os, white with a border of olive green flowers. I don't even know where I got them, I think from a yard sale (now there's luxury for you). And it's exactly the same plate that was on Cops. Precisely. Right down to the last flower. Maybe I should sell that plate on Ebay with a screenshot of the show and the words "As Seen On Cops!!!"

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  1. You could try to sell it on eBay but what if they think you're the dealer? Or make you an acomplice? Too risky! :o)

    Do you ever try to define or make sense of the "word verification"?

    for example, ukeabs= british bugs

  2. Sometimes. It depends on if it has enough vowels in it to actually sound like a word. "Masigup" would work. Something like "kgw3t" would never.