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June 26, 2010


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Yeah! A Miller Lite routine!


.....and the first family members, Mickey and Buddy (where did those names come from?....hmmmm), join the team!

kathy holliker

I think I know this story, yet I can't wait for the next post. ;)


Wanda and Daryll. lol. You're funny mom. And the little boys. Seriously what a jerk.


This was one of the "good" neighbors who moved to New Zealand after he lost a "quarters" contest to me...

Trapped drunk driver opens another beer as awaits rescue
Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:01pm EDT

AUCKLAND (Reuters) - A drunk driver trapped after overturning his car cracked open another can of beer while he waited for emergency crews to rescue him, a New Zealand court was told.

Oddly Enough

Paul Nigel Sneddon, 47, pleaded guilty to careless driving and drunken driving after being nearly three times over the legal alcohol limit in a district court in the city of Palmerston North, the Dominion Post newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Police found Sneddon, a former baker, trapped in his overturned Ford Laser on June 1, drinking a can of beer after he failed to take a corner properly and crashed through a wooden barrier, flipping his vehicle.

Defense lawyer Peter Young said that when Sneddon found he could not open the doors, "he had nothing else to do at that point, so he had another beer."

When asked by police how much he had consumed, Sneddon replied: "Plenty, I've been drinking for four days straight."

Sneddon, who is estranged from his wife, told the Wellington- based newspaper that he went on a drinking binge after losing his job at a bakery on the same day that he heard his father was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Judge Gregory Ross fined him NZ$1,100 (US$780) and disqualified him from driving for 10 months. It was his first offence.

The almost 21 year old

Oh my god, oh my god. SO weird to read about how you and Dad started out. And oh my god i for SURE know this whole story and can't wait for part 2. No dawdling!

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