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post #1 of 98 Old 11-14-2007, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Contest: What is he using 2,000 gallons a day for?

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/story?id=3848139

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Diahrea and enlarged prostate force him to sit on his toilet 24/7 and flush it every 2 minutes.
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It won't make you laugh, but we used to go to the water department and pull billing records. We used that with other evidence to locate dope houses. They use a lot of water cooking dope.

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post #5 of 98 Old 11-14-2007, 02:38 PM
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Diahrea and enlarged prostate force him to sit on his toilet 24/7 and flush it every 2 minutes.
That's what I was going to say, but substitute bidet for toilet
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Anyone ever seen roadkill or a dead animal that was so water logged it literally started melting? I have, so I think maybe he keeps soaking all of Michael Vick's dogs, so that they will melt and then changing the discharge into some kind of auxilary fuel or something. Ew.



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Did you see the dirty jobs eposode where he goes to the tannery, and they process deer hides for use in piano striker pads? Well if you didn't, this is not going to make any sense at all.

The tanning process uses an outrageous amount of water. The hides are put into major concrete mixer looking washing mahchines, where they are soaked and the hair separates from the swollen leather, then the water is dumped out onto the floor that is full of large drains, and the filter system in the machines catches the gobs of rotten deer hair.

All this to say, that house only looks that nice on the outside. Inside is a festering swamp of rotting deer flesh and brown hair-water, which is leeched out under the house, watering the lawn without the use of sprinklers. The only reason he hasn't been arrested is because no one wants to approach the house due to the smell coming up from beneath the lawn.

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This guy has started to form a water world inside where he is trying to grow an army of sea monkeys to take over the world.

You know I'm right. Once those neighbors who are complaining start to disapear then you know the Sea Monkeys are upon us......

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Did you see the dirty jobs eposode where he goes to the tannery, and they process deer hides for use in piano striker pads? Well if you didn't, this is not going to make any sense at all.

The tanning process uses an outrageous amount of water. The hides are put into major concrete mixer looking washing mahchines, where they are soaked and the hair separates from the swollen leather, then the water is dumped out onto the floor that is full of large drains, and the filter system in the machines catches the gobs of rotten deer hair.

All this to say, that house only looks that nice on the outside. Inside is a festering swamp of rotting deer flesh and brown hair-water, which is leeched out under the house, watering the lawn without the use of sprinklers. The only reason he hasn't been arrested is because no one wants to approach the house due to the smell coming up from beneath the lawn.
Thats it, close the thread. Hes got it.
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He is keeping the spaceship from the movie the Abyss in his house.

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cause this is/was his partner...

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Owner of the house sells bottled water?
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Owner of the house sells bottled water?



The growing pot link was crazy! I can only guess that his astronomical utility bill got him caught.

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It won't make you laugh, but we used to go to the water department and pull billing records. We used that with other evidence to locate dope houses. They use a lot of water cooking dope.
Cooking? You mean growing pot? And you mean electricity?
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