10 thoughts on “Just to make this perfectly clear

  1. A. July 20, 2015 / 3:25 am

    Oh yes. The good old Satanic rituals and sacrifice. I am amazed how quickly people bring it in when It comes to MPs.

  2. Brian Lockett July 20, 2015 / 6:10 am

    I take it you said that because they were crazy?

    There’s several out there.

    But I did a search and had never realized that there are SO MANY missing folks with Tazmanian Devil tattoo’s.

    • rightasrainy July 20, 2015 / 12:45 pm

      Only because that used to be a very popular tattoo. Tattoos are like fashion and people tend to copy each other and get the same tattoos at the same time. Tribal tattoos and characters like Tazmanian Devil and Tweety Bird used to be very popular. Now, at my shop, we do a lot of owls and sugar skulls. It’s whatever is in at the time.

      • Meaghan July 20, 2015 / 1:00 pm

        I sense a Make-a-List Monday for this on the horizon.

        If I ever get a tattoo it will be one of two things: in Gothic-type or Old English-type script reading “Deus ex machina” (meaning literally “machine of god” but actually also a literary term for an improbable event in a fiction story that fixes all the problems) or “carpe noctem” (meaning “seize the night” as referencing my night owl habits, as opposed to the more common “carpe diem” meaning “seize the day”).

  3. Mary Carney July 20, 2015 / 8:59 am

    Following a missing person case on Websleuths where the guy has (behind his wife’s back) bought a car with a trailer hitch, a trailer, a second cell phone and had a secret facebook account. Someone keeps bringing up the Mexican Mafia because he had a job cleaning a Mexican restaurant…….in Kentucky. Oy!

  4. Sean Munger July 20, 2015 / 9:56 am

    Wait, people still believe in that ridiculous SRA crap? Incredible.

    • Meaghan July 20, 2015 / 12:57 pm

      This guy I might have told you about. He’s my hometown’s global warming denying, young earth creationist pastor.

      He regularly says things that shock me. For example, he told me about one time when he took a trip to Israel and saw rabbis throwing rocks at people driving their cars on Saturday, presumably because it was the Sabbath and they weren’t supposed to be driving on that day.
      “Those people are jerks,” I said.
      “No,” he said. “It’s only that they haven’t been exposed to Jesus Christ and don’t know not to judge others.”
      Yes, because you totally need to be a Christian to know it’s wrong to damage other people’s property.

    • Meaghan August 8, 2015 / 2:12 am

      When they said “victims of satanic ritual abuse” they meant that the people were victimized by being falsely accused of something that never happened.

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