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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
July 20, 2013 6:34am
 
Damn, the fat slobs are really getting sensitive.
Of course, they don't have to be concerned with the
extra costs associated with being obese because the
they depend on the county welfare sow to pay for their
health care insurance.
There's nothing like a fat cop to set a good example
for the youth of our county. The SO and local police
chiefs definitely need to start a "fat boy" training
program and get their personnel in shape.
POFPO.....Concerning your current position in life,
if you are satisfied with your status, then that is all
that is important. If your life turns out to be as
fulfilling as mine, then you can look forward to a long
and happy life. I will enter my 81st year in less than
a month and I still pump iron.
I failed to mention fat jailers, but I kinda think
that must be a job requirement because I seldom see
a skinny jailer.
Keep on huffing and puffing.
     
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