"Police said a man will be charged with public drunkenness after witnesses saw him attempting mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on a road-killed opossum."
I hope PETA steps up to defend this hero from the oppressive police state Pennsylvania is seemingly turning into: a dead animal has rights! I'll bet if those cops had seen a drunk man skinning the opossum for it's beautiful, beautiful pelt to make a coat of it, they wouldn't have arrested him on some kind of obvious pretext and the coat would have ended up on the cover of a fashion magazine. But a man tries to revive a beautiful dead creature, and they're all about accusing him of public drunkenness. Bastards!
I dunno...down here in the South roadkill is an acceptable food source...as long as you saw the license plate number of vehicle that hit it. shellibi: when something that smells a little fishy needs an alibi
...as long as you saw the license plate number of vehicle that hit it?WTF!??!!!?!SRSLY?(And are you saying the guy might have just been having a late night case of the munchies?)
Well, maybe he was homesick for a meal like mama used to scrape up? Besides, you want to make sure you're getting fresh varmint, especially in the summer...Actually, I can't take credit for the license-plate line, but for the life of me I can't remember where it came from. There was also a Roadkill Cafe poster that was popular a few years ago.
Eric, even BABY possums are horrifically ugly.And it's legal in WV to take road kill--when my brother was 16 and hit a deer and totaled his car, the first guy on the scene took the deer--after asking if my brother wanted it.
Ahh, Roadkill Cafe. You kill it, we grill it. ;) It was also a popular tshirt/sweatshirt for a while.
Mmmmmmm. Possum!It's what's for dinner!
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