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Old 12-11-06, 05:33 AM   #1
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STOLEN: Classic Huffy Eldorado Bike

STOLEN: Classic Huffy Eldorado bike! Greenish w/ fender in the back, but not the front, has thing over rear fender, metal bracket on the front of the frame, girls bike, messed up seat, South Jersey
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Old 12-12-06, 05:49 PM   #2
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I got it back, but now the pot heads that stole it are probably going to beat the crap out of me
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I got it back, but now the pot heads that stole it are probably going to beat the crap out of me

If they're truly pot-heads, they're not gonna beat the crap out of anybody, much less remember anything about it the day after tomorrow.

Just in case, though, carry a few hostess Twinkies in your pocket and you should be all set with a suitable diversion whilst you make your getaway.
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