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Old 05-26-12, 12:54 PM   #1
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Redditors here? The sad case of Mickey Shunick

This is the comments page on ******. From it you can go to the news page, comment, and/ or vote. A few up votes might help get it seen by more people.


I hadn't heard of it at all until today, but it was a bicyclist going home alone and disappearing in the early morning. The plot thickens and a large white pick up seems to be involved. Details in the video.

Just one more reason to hope the price of gas goes up to $20 a gallon this afternoon.

Edit: This is the direct link to the news and the video for people who would like that.

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Old 05-26-12, 03:34 PM   #2
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Yes because everyone who drives large pickup trucks are evil SOBs who need to suffer because some one who was riding a bike disappeared. Screw farmers, construction workers and most people who actually have to work for a living.

Do you try to be this stupid, or does really just come this naturally?
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