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Obviously, compensating for the size of her penis

Four men raid a woman’s home. She introduces one man’s brains to the light of day. Sadly, three other men got away.

8 Responses to “Obviously, compensating for the size of her penis”

  1. MrSatyre Says:

    Kudos to her for keeping her cool and getting in a fantastic shot on what was undoubtedly a moving target!

    On the flip side, anyone here know how clean-up of such a mess goes in a situation like this? I’ve heard how most insurance companies won’t cover the unexpected redecorating of a room in your house with blood, brains, bone, hair and fecal material (such as in the case of a suicide), leaving the victim and/or family members responsible for any sterilization costs.

    Maybe we should start a crime scene cleanup fund for victims.

  2. Ellen Says:

    It can be awful. At least in crimes they don’t make the (family) carry out the corpse(s).

    http://crimescenecleanup.net/
    http://dallascrimescenecleanup.com/

  3. LKP Says:

    The thug saw the lady’s face, then he saw Jesus! Only not in the way he imagined he would.

  4. Ted N Says:

    BOOM, HEADSHOT!

    Sorry.

  5. Jay G. Says:

    Je$$e Jack$on and Al $harpton would be on their way, except, well, it’s Detroit…

  6. Critter Says:

    google “crimescene cleanup”. your homeowners will usually pick up the tab. a little paint and a few throw pillows and you’re ready for the next “guest”. 🙂

  7. UtahSDI Says:

    These things don’t get near the coverage that they need to. I hate the media.

  8. dustydog Says:

    UtahSDI, what are you asking for? Detroit had 34 justifiable homicides in 2011 (source – http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/dpp/news/local/detroits-justifiable-homicide-rate-increased-in-2011-20120110-ms)

    The local news covers most every story – about one per week.

    Are you saying that the national news should cover each one? Nobody would watch the news if they did that, ratings would drop, other stations would run interesting programs, and people would say “these things don’t get near the coverage that they need to.”