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Old 01-26-10, 03:02 PM
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ESCONDIDO: Man stabbed over bike

Link: https://www.nctimes.com/news/local/es...83810acc8.html

This is why I ride in Escondido a lot, manly men (& women) only! No wimps allowed!
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Yeah, but what kinnnd of bike?
Pfft--non-life-threatening. I'd probably take a shiv over my Masi or Peloton, but it would be a drag burying the guy's disembodied limbs & organs in the desert later that night.

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Old 01-26-10, 06:22 PM
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That Leonard dude will probably be a ward of the state for 3 years or so. If he was homeless, at least he'll have 3 hots and a cot (stacked 3 high in a gym).
Even more if he's on parole, probation repeat etc.
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Originally Posted by calamarichris
Yeah, but what kinnnd of bike?
Pfft--non-life-threatening. I'd probably take a shiv over my Masi or Peloton, but it would be a drag burying the guy's disembodied limbs & organs in the desert later that night.
it's esco. just leave the body by the curb, but don't block any driveways. no one is gonna care unless you make a big, bloody mess.
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Hmm... wasn't that one of the last intersections that the Tour of California went through last year?
Maybe someone stepped on some else's dreams... or stepped on some one's EPO.
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Originally Posted by jabantik00
...no one is gonna care unless you make a big, bloody mess.
Alas. Every parade has a pi$$er.

Speaking of Esco, when are we going to do the Pie Ride again? I'll have Mr. Tuffy's this time, so you & Roberto won't have to wait atop P'mar so long for me.
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Just some hipster doofus guys having a good time.
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