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    Submitted by hotlauren on Feb 7, 12 at 10:27pm
  • Statute of limitation, you dumbass.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 7, 12 at 9:15pm
  • You're using "incriminating evidence," "statute of limitations," and describing what you did in a text. I'm sure you won't be that hard for the cops to find

    Submitted by Phys on Feb 7, 12 at 3:26pm
    • Statue of limitations? Like bookends, or what? I'm lost and OP is dumb

      Submitted by CajeKraze on Feb 7, 12 at 3:31pm
      • oh yeah, i have two statues of limitations...they're in my living on my fireplace mantel.. ;-)

        Submitted by sweetlilpetunia on Feb 7, 12 at 5:50pm
  • I think the evidence is on someone else...

    Submitted by sevensevenseven on Feb 7, 12 at 3:48pm
  • Public Deification laws vary from state to state. Most times it is just a fine.

    Submitted by cfreymarc on Feb 7, 12 at 6:44pm
  • Nicely done Nebraska, always keeping it classy!

    Submitted by somebody_020202 on Feb 7, 12 at 4:12pm
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