Wednesday, October 19, 2011
With the state of the world being what it is people, I can only presume, are doing what they feel necessary to survive. I’m being polite here but a few of these folks have felt the Kentucky sting.
Take the gentleman who chose home invasion as his necessity. He selected a single woman’s home thinking it easy pickings, he must have been from out of state. Everyone knows we Kentucky women have and use firearms, somewhere out there is a man with a flesh wound, a limp and is still broke. The police are having trouble finding him because, quite frankly, there are a lot of men in Kentucky with flesh wounds and a limps.
Then we have the couple who chose purse stealing as their way up. They selected an elderly lady in Wal-Mart as their target and snatched her purse. She chased them down, took her purse back and then tongued lashed them all the way out of Wal-Mart. The cops are looking for a vehicle pulled over with the driver sitting and writing, “I will not steal” over and over again.
Finally, the copper thefts have gotten so bad they have spurred a new business, cage construction to protect your air conditioning unit. I on the other hand have taken the MacGyver approach.
My air conditioning unit lost it’s disconnect about a year ago, I left it that way. For those non-electrical people out there, this means it is straight wired and hot, the wiring not the unit. So for me finding the thieves will be easy.
They will either be lying in my driveway as if hit with a huge taser or I’m explaining to the police, “you are looking for a curly haired dude with smoking fingers and uncontrollable twitches.”
In short we Kentuckians do take the law into our own hands; we don’t shoot to kill, merely to maim and our tongues will give you a beating, not to mention we love traps.