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Offline walkstall

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Wow!!  Only 6 years and he no problem.

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Dr. James St. James chairs the psychology department at Millikin University, a private university in Decatur, Illinois. He is an experimental psychologist who does research and teaches several classes on the subject. An aging hippie type, he is well liked by his students, who consider him “cool.”

Jim Wolcott is an admitted murderer. He shot his parents and sister to death in 1967. When questioned by police, he confessed to the crime, but was later found not guilty by reason of insanity. Six years later, authorities considered him cured, and authorized his release from a mental health facility. After that, he disappeared.

The psychology professor and the deranged murderer are the same person, according to a two-year investigation by the Georgetown Advocate, a weekly newspaper circulated in the region of Texas where the killings took place.


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When someone asks "How stupid can liberals be", just point to this thread as proof, that they know no limits as to how low they will go.

Here's one for you. I once attended a funeral at a Buddhist temple near Detroit, where they calmly announced that musicians would perform at "the afterglow, following services."

Chew on that one for a while. Kinda like that tasteless college instructor who asked me while I was next to my lady at the time, "Did you have a consort while in Japan?"

I almost asked him back, "Is this leading to the sideways question?"

 

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