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FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Police in Connecticut say they had ample warning of a bank robbery because the two suspects called the bank ahead of time and told an employee to get a bag of money ready.

Police arrested 27-year-old Albert Bailey and an unidentified 16-year-old boy on robbery and threatening charges Tuesday afternoon at a People's United Bank branch in Fairfield.

Sgt. James Perez says the two Bridgeport residents showed up about 10 minutes after making the call and were met by police in the parking lot. Perez told the Connecticut Post the suspects were "not too bright."

It's not clear if Bailey and the teen have lawyers.

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Maybe they were in a rush and just didn't have time to do the proper stick up job

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On first reading this I thought OH NO!!! Not my in laws again, then I saw that the ages were all wrong so my brother in laws are off the hook fer now.

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On first reading this I thought OH NO!!! Not my in laws again, then I saw that the ages were all wrong so my brother in laws are off the hook fer now.
Can I have your in-laws email address Swallow so that I can show them what you said?

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Can I have your in-laws email address Swallow so that I can show them what you said?
No! Cuz like I still need Big Bubba and Little Bubba tuh help me unload this here pickup truck full o wood. Besides they couldn't read it anywise lessin Yuh'd written it with stick figure lingo, cuz like day kinda dum.

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Ever seen the Springer Show, Harry?

Some of them would probably say " Hot Damn, I made the news"
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Now You be nice there Derek, I met the little woman on Jerry's show. There was just a somthin special like about the way she was fine tuning the leveling adjustment on that coffee table leg using her baby bruthers ear that said to me "Now there's a wood working woman after me own heart" Turns out she was after a lot more than just me heart ,Who says love ain't grand?

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While looking for some other things on usenet recently, I happened to have a few springer shows pop up in the search (honest, was looking for other things). It was some of the uncensored pay per views or maybe they were just uncensored versions of the tv show, I don't know.

I was amazed that the way people would come on stage and drop their clothes for no reason. And at the things the crowd would chant and the responses that the "guests" would scream back. It also amazed me that some of these people would even want to fight for the person who had cheated on them with multiple people.

It wasn't quite equal opportunity stripping as the women would often go all the way but the guys kept their underwear on except to possibly moon some one.

I did watch a couple of episodes of the first season of the Springer Show. It was actually a decent talk show and I thought had better topics than the other shows on at the time. Then I watched it later on and found it had started the downhill slide towards what it is now. I later read that the producers/Jerry were told what the show originally was didn't bring enough ratings to continue and to spice the thing up.

I also remember the shows I saw at the start of the downward slide normally prevented any acts of violence whereas on the specials I watched parts of seemed to encourage it.

The thing better about the specials compared to the tv show was not hearing the beep beep beep beep. I was not impressed at the language used instead of the beeps. There didn't seem to be any imagination or originality in the cursing, just the same old normally forbidden on American TV words.

The amusement I got out of it was calling my Wife into here by the computer and asking her to explain why a woman would think the way some of them were

Now long gone from the hard drive. Wouldn't waste the space on them if I had 100TB of drive space. Didn't even bother to open up a couple of them as I thought seeing parts of 3 was torture enough for one day.
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