We don’t quite understand this headline, but it does not sound like good news.
Did nobody read the rules of Manchester Manhunt? Manchester Womanhunt was next week. Geez louise, you guys.
She left a note at the scene which said: “Hey Puss Puss, we love you, and are sorry that we hurt you, but we didn’t want you to suffer.”
The RSPCA received an anonymous letter alerting them to the incident.
The sentence seems a bit excessive for a well-intentioned act of tasteful euthanasia. On the other hand, starting a eulogy with the word “Hey” is unacceptable and Hartlepool Magistrates Court is right to crack down.
Aside from that, the first week with her new flatmate has been going well.
Just about any other form of post-party celebration would have been preferable.
Disappointingly, it was a football-style dead-ball [or in this case stationary-pensioner] free kick, not a rugby-style drop kick.
It takes real courage to carry out a vigilante attack on someone who has killed four people INCLUDING HIMSELF.
“Trigger’s murder shows all the hallmarks of being a gangland retaliation slaying. Upon obtaining a search warrant for Trigger’s office, we found evidence that he was being blackmailed for years by a group of donkeys in Derbyshire. This runs deeper than we realized.”
On January 14, 2006, Darlington beat Peterborough United 2-1 in the Football League.
On January 14, 2006, Braintree Town beat East Thurrock United 1-0 in the Ryman League.
This past Saturday, seven Darlington bosses later (David Hodgson, Dave Penney, Colin Todd, Steve Staunton, Simon Davey, Ryan Kidd, Mark Cooper), Braintree Town beat Darlington 3-1 in the Blue Square Premier.
Solution: sack the manager.
Relevant: the most miserable message board thread ever.
A sad article, accompanied by an evocative “It’s a fair cop” photo.
One James Pattison, 56, is alleged to be taking feisty too far in his fight for survival.