More mayhem in the country!


darkbeaver
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I have already registered my hammers and they are safely stored in a secure hammer cabinet. I have a licence to transport the hammers to work between the hours of 6AM till dusk after I call the RCMP for escort.
 
damngrumpy
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Have you properly secured the hammer oil? Failure to do that would mean you have
to take a hammer sensitivity course be careful the instructors try to hammer that into you
 
spaminator
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no disrespect intended
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

Have you properly secured the hammer oil? Failure to do that would mean you have
to take a hammer sensitivity course be careful the instructors try to hammer that into you

Damnit, I thought I was in compliance, maybe if I call the athorities and report my unsafe hammer oil thoughtless crime I will be exonerated or maybe I'll be tazered to death on the front porch. I don't know what to do. I think I should bury the whole lot in the backyard till the legislation changes, again. I forgot the hammer oil tax as well. I'm in trouble. Thanks for the heads up Grumpy.

Perhaps I should take the senceitivity course afterall, but it's seventy five dollars and tuesday evenings and I can't miss Real Carpenters on CBC at nine. I could buy a lot of nails with seventy-five bucks. If I loose my permit I''ll be out of work and have a weapons related criminal record, dear god their going to arrest me. I have to leave the country a wanted criminal hammerer.

Thank God the hammers are locked up, I was thinking of taking my own life for a bit, but the carpet is new and the wife would follow me to hell for revenge.
 
DaSleeper
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Did the suspect have any stolen skittles in his pocket?
 
SLM
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Not really seeing the humour in this one. One would suspect more of 'not actually reading the OP' though.

Kid is in critical condition in the hospital in London with multiple skull fractures and police are treating this as an attempted murder.

And it sounds like the suspect is a rather unbalanced individual.

Quote:

At least one neighbour said he noticed the suspect was acting strangely in recent days.
"He liked to pace up and down the street for hours at a time, with a hoodie on, the hood pulled up," the man told CBC News. "He starting doing that in the last couple of weeks. It's kind of a little unnerving, actually."

Apparently the kid was just walking past his house.
 
SLM
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Hammer attack victim released from hospital, full recovery expected

CBC 3 hours ago

The victim of an hammer attack in Windsor has been released from hospital.
The 13-year-old boy had been recovering in hospital since Friday.
Rosa Mitchell says her son, Jacob, is expected to make a full recovery.
Jacob and his mom went shopping Monday for a birthday gift for Jacob's brother, Joshua, who turns 15 Tuesday.
Police say the boy was walking in the area of Church and Erie streets when he was hit on the head several times with a hammer.
The boy lives down the street from where the attack took place, police say.
He was sent to London hospital with multiple skull fractures and was in serious condition before stablizing.
Police have charged a 28-year-old Windsor man with attempted murder.
Officers found the suspect sitting by the side of the road and he was arrested without incident, he said.
The boy was off school for a PA Day, but that police were not aware of any conversation that may have taken place between the victim and the suspect, or whether the two know each other.


ca.news.yahoo.com/windsor-ham...170013989.html (external - login to view)
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by SLMView Post

Hammer attack victim released from hospital, full recovery expected

CBC 3 hours ago

The victim of an hammer attack in Windsor has been released from hospital.
The 13-year-old boy had been recovering in hospital since Friday.
Rosa Mitchell says her son, Jacob, is expected to make a full recovery.
Jacob and his mom went shopping Monday for a birthday gift for Jacob's brother, Joshua, who turns 15 Tuesday.
Police say the boy was walking in the area of Church and Erie streets when he was hit on the head several times with a hammer.
The boy lives down the street from where the attack took place, police say.
He was sent to London hospital with multiple skull fractures and was in serious condition before stablizing.
Police have charged a 28-year-old Windsor man with attempted murder.
Officers found the suspect sitting by the side of the road and he was arrested without incident, he said.
The boy was off school for a PA Day, but that police were not aware of any conversation that may have taken place between the victim and the suspect, or whether the two know each other.


ca.news.yahoo.com/windsor-ham...170013989.html (external - login to view)


Well, that is certainly good news.
 
spaminator
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Well, that is certainly good news.

agreed.
 

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