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Posted: 1/6/2006 7:06:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/6/2006 7:18:31 PM EDT by Bostonterrier97]
from:http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060107/ap_on_re_us/cruise_disappearance;_ylt=Ap970kbSVGoOYPJ.nN.9kcys0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3b2NibDltBHNlYwM3MTY-

Witnesses Say Newlyweds Argued on Cruise

By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN,
Associated Press Writer
13 minutes ago



STAMFORD, Conn
. - A man who disappeared from his honeymoon cruise last summer argued in the ship's bar with his wife, who kicked him in the groin hours before he vanished, two witnesses said Friday.


The witnesses told The Associated Press the FBI has interviewed them about the July 5 disappearance of George Allen Smith IV of Greenwich.

"I was very surprised by their behavior, that a honeymoon couple would act that way," said Margarita Chaves, a 29-year-old teacher from Phoenix.

Smith disappeared from a Royal Caribbean ship in the Mediterranean Sea between Turkey and Greece. Blood stains were found running from the balcony of Smith's cabin to life boats. No one has been charged and no body has been recovered.

Smith's wife, Jennifer Hagel-Smith of Cromwell, was found sleeping on a floor in a corridor far from the couple's cabin the night he vanished, the cruise line said Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith and her attorney say she was unconscious and has no recollection of what happened. Hagel-Smith said she passed an FBI polygraph test. Federal authorities have said she has cooperated with their investigation.

Hagel-Smith called the accounts that she kicked her husband "ridiculous" and "outlandish."

"That's the epitome of what I've had to deal with," Hagel-Smith said. "That's not something I would do to my husband."

Chaves said she was in the bar with her friends when another group introduced them to Smith and his wife. She said the couple was heavily intoxicated and Hagel-Smith was leaning on a male passenger.

"We were afraid a fight was going to start," Chaves said. "She was flirting with him."

Dominick Mazza, a 24-year-old auditor from New Jersey, said Hagel-Smith was leaning on him because she was drunk, but he did not believe she was flirting.

Smith then began calling his wife names, the witnesses agreed.

"She kind of pushed him away lightly and suddenly stood up and kicked him in the private and stumbled out of the bar," Mazza said.

Smith "bent over for quite a while," Mazza said. "You could tell he was in pain. I thought the kick was hard. That was not fooling around."

Chaves said Smith eventually returned to drinking with a group of men. She said the group was drinking absinthe, a highly potent drink.

"His pupils were dilated," Chaves said. "I'll never forget that look in his eyes."

James Walker, Hagel-Smith's attorney, said the accounts are not relevant to Smith's disappearance.

Brett Rivkind, attorney for Smith's family, said the argument might explain why Hagel-Smith left the bar and was later found in the corridor.

"I don't know what to make of that," Rivkind said. "We heard rumors of that. It doesn't seem that serious of an argument to go that far."

Link Posted: 1/6/2006 7:09:48 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 7:13:44 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 7:14:17 PM EDT
I agree. It really sucks when you die on your honeymoon.

Let this be a warning to you absinthe drinkers out there.


Link Posted: 1/6/2006 7:17:20 PM EDT

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
fromhis
honeymoon
cruise
last
summer­
argued
in
the
ship's
bar
w­ith
his
wife,
who
kicked
himin
the
groin
hours
before
he­
vanished,
two
witnesses
said
­Friday.



The
witnesses
told
T­he
Associated
Press
the
FBI
ha­s
interviewed
them
about
the
J­uly
5
disappearance
of
George
­Allen
Smith
IV
of
Greenwich.

"I
was
very
surprised
by
th­eir
behavior,
that
a
honeymooncouple
would
act
that
way,"
said
Margarita
Chaves,
a
­29-year-old
teacher
from
Phoenix.

Smith
disappeared
from
a
­Royal
Caribbean
ship
in
the
Me­diterranean
Sea
between
Turkey
an­d
Greece.
Blood
stains
were
found
runni­ng
from
the
balcony
of
Smith's­
cabin
to
life
boats.
No
one
has
been
charged
an­d
no
body
has
been
recovered.

Smith's
wife,
Jennifer
Hagel-Smith
of
Cromwell,
was
found
s­leeping
on
a
floor
in
a
cor­ridor
far
from
the
couple's
ca­bin
the
night
he
vanished,
the­
cruise
line
said
Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith
and
her
attorney
say
she­
was
unconscious
and
has
norecollection
of
what
happened.
Hagel-Smith
said
she
passed
an
FBIpolygraph
test.
Federal
authorities
have
saidshe
has
cooperated
with
theirinvestigation.

Hagel-Smith
called
the
accounts
thatshe
kicked
her
husband
"ridiculous"
and
"outlandish."

"That's
the
epitome
of
whatI've
had
to
deal
with,"
Hagel-Smith
said.
"That's
not
something
I
would<­BR>do
to
my
husband."

Chaves
said
she
was
i­n
the
bar
with
her
friends
­when
another
group
introduced
the­m
to
Smith
and
his
wife.
She
said
the
couple
was
he­avily
intoxicated
and
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
a
malepassenger.

"We
were
afraid
a
fight
was­
going
to
start,"
Chaves
said.
"She
was
flirting
with
him."

Dominick
Mazza,
a
24-year-old
auditor
from
New
Jersey,
s­aid
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
him
becau­se
she
was
drunk,
but
he
di­d
not
believe
she
was
flirting.

Smith
then
began
calling
­his
wife
names,
the
witnesses
­agreed.

"She
kind
of
pushed
him
awa­y
lightly
and
suddenly
stood
u­p
and
kicked
him
in
the
pri­vate
and
stumbled
out
of
thebar,"
Mazza
said.

Smith
"bent
over
for
quite
a
whil­e,"
Mazza
said.
"You
could
tell
he
was
inpain.
I
thought
the
kick
was
har­d.
That
was
not
fooling
around."

Chaves
said
Smith
eventu­ally
returned
to
drinking
witha
group
of
men.
She
said
the
group
was
dri­nking
absinthe,
a
highly
potentdrink.

"His
pupils
were
dilated,"
Chaves
said.
"I'll
never
forget
that
lookin
his
eyes."

James
Walker,
Hagel-Smith's
attorney,
said
the
accoun­ts
are
not
relevant
to
Smith's­
disappearance.

Brett
Rivkind,
attorney
for<­BR>Smith's
family,
said
the
argum­ent
might
explain
why
Hagel-Smith
left
the
bar
and
was
­later
found
in
the
corridor.


"I
don't
know
what
to
make<­BR>of
that,"
Rivkind
said.
"We
heard
rumors
of
that.
It
doesn't
seem
that
serious<­BR>of
an
argument
to
go
thatfar."


Link Posted: 1/6/2006 7:18:54 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
fromhis
honeymoon
cruise
last. . .

an
argument
to
go
thatfar."





Now was that too much to ask?
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:02:12 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:06:23 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/6/2006 8:06:52 PM EDT by FieroLoki]

Originally Posted By Big_Bear:




smartass




Did ya really have to quote the whole thing?
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:08:45 PM EDT

Originally Posted By FieroLoki:

Originally Posted By Big_Bear:




smartass




Did ya really have to quote the whole thing?



S
m
a
r
t
a
­s
s
!
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:10:10 PM EDT
IBTL
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:12:12 PM EDT
i like corn
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:17:25 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man



See, the funny part is that you spent that 10 minutes of your life hitting enter just to annoy someone.

Goddamn amatuers. You should have made it so that one line was bold, the next green, and the next red, cycling throughout the whole post.


Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:39:05 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:42:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Big_Bear:

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
fromhis
honeymoon
cruise
last
summer­
argued
in
the
ship's
bar
w­ith
his
wife,
who
kicked
himin
the
groin
hours
before
he­
vanished,
two
witnesses
said
­Friday.



The
witnesses
told
T­he
Associated
Press
the
FBI
ha­s
interviewed
them
about
the
J­uly
5
disappearance
of
George
­Allen
Smith
IV
of
Greenwich.

"I
was
very
surprised
by
th­eir
behavior,
that
a
honeymooncouple
would
act
that
way,"
said
Margarita
Chaves,
a
­29-year-old
teacher
from
Phoenix.

Smith
disappeared
from
a
­Royal
Caribbean
ship
in
the
Me­diterranean
Sea
between
Turkey
an­d
Greece.
Blood
stains
were
found
runni­ng
from
the
balcony
of
Smith's­
cabin
to
life
boats.
No
one
has
been
charged
an­d
no
body
has
been
recovered.

Smith's
wife,
Jennifer
Hagel-Smith
of
Cromwell,
was
found
s­leeping
on
a
floor
in
a
cor­ridor
far
from
the
couple's
ca­bin
the
night
he
vanished,
the­
cruise
line
said
Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith
and
her
attorney
say
she­
was
unconscious
and
has
norecollection
of
what
happened.
Hagel-Smith
said
she
passed
an
FBIpolygraph
test.
Federal
authorities
have
saidshe
has
cooperated
with
theirinvestigation.

Hagel-Smith
called
the
accounts
thatshe
kicked
her
husband
"ridiculous"
and
"outlandish."

"That's
the
epitome
of
whatI've
had
to
deal
with,"
Hagel-Smith
said.
"That's
not
something
I
would<­BR>do
to
my
husband."

Chaves
said
she
was
i­n
the
bar
with
her
friends
­when
another
group
introduced
the­m
to
Smith
and
his
wife.
She
said
the
couple
was
he­avily
intoxicated
and
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
a
malepassenger.

"We
were
afraid
a
fight
was­
going
to
start,"
Chaves
said.
"She
was
flirting
with
him."

Dominick
Mazza,
a
24-year-old
auditor
from
New
Jersey,
s­aid
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
him
becau­se
she
was
drunk,
but
he
di­d
not
believe
she
was
flirting.

Smith
then
began
calling
­his
wife
names,
the
witnesses
­agreed.

"She
kind
of
pushed
him
awa­y
lightly
and
suddenly
stood
u­p
and
kicked
him
in
the
pri­vate
and
stumbled
out
of
thebar,"
Mazza
said.

Smith
"bent
over
for
quite
a
whil­e,"
Mazza
said.
"You
could
tell
he
was
inpain.
I
thought
the
kick
was
har­d.
That
was
not
fooling
around."

Chaves
said
Smith
eventu­ally
returned
to
drinking
witha
group
of
men.
She
said
the
group
was
dri­nking
absinthe,
a
highly
potentdrink.

"His
pupils
were
dilated,"
Chaves
said.
"I'll
never
forget
that
lookin
his
eyes."

James
Walker,
Hagel-Smith's
attorney,
said
the
accoun­ts
are
not
relevant
to
Smith's­
disappearance.

Brett
Rivkind,
attorney
for<­BR>Smith's
family,
said
the
argum­ent
might
explain
why
Hagel-Smith
left
the
bar
and
was
­later
found
in
the
corridor.


"I
don't
know
what
to
make<­BR>of
that,"
Rivkind
said.
"We
heard
rumors
of
that.
It
doesn't
seem
that
serious<­BR>of
an
argument
to
go
thatfar."




smartass



Now that was funny.

Bob
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:44:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
fromhis
honeymoon
cruise
last
summer­
argued
in
the
ship's
bar
w­ith
his
wife,
who
kicked
himin
the
groin
hours
before
he­
vanished,
two
witnesses
said
­Friday.



The
witnesses
told
T­he
Associated
Press
the
FBI
ha­s
interviewed
them
about
the
J­uly
5
disappearance
of
George
­Allen
Smith
IV
of
Greenwich.

"I
was
very
surprised
by
th­eir
behavior,
that
a
honeymooncouple
would
act
that
way,"
said
Margarita
Chaves,
a
­29-year-old
teacher
from
Phoenix.

Smith
disappeared
from
a
­Royal
Caribbean
ship
in
the
Me­diterranean
Sea
between
Turkey
an­d
Greece.
Blood
stains
were
found
runni­ng
from
the
balcony
of
Smith's­
cabin
to
life
boats.
No
one
has
been
charged
an­d
no
body
has
been
recovered.

Smith's
wife,
Jennifer
Hagel-Smith
of
Cromwell,
was
found
s­leeping
on
a
floor
in
a
cor­ridor
far
from
the
couple's
ca­bin
the
night
he
vanished,
the­
cruise
line
said
Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith
and
her
attorney
say
she­
was
unconscious
and
has
norecollection
of
what
happened.
Hagel-Smith
said
she
passed
an
FBIpolygraph
test.
Federal
authorities
have
saidshe
has
cooperated
with
theirinvestigation.

Hagel-Smith
called
the
accounts
thatshe
kicked
her
husband
"ridiculous"
and
"outlandish."

"That's
the
epitome
of
whatI've
had
to
deal
with,"
Hagel-Smith
said.
"That's
not
something
I
would<­BR>do
to
my
husband."

Chaves
said
she
was
i­n
the
bar
with
her
friends
­when
another
group
introduced
the­m
to
Smith
and
his
wife.
She
said
the
couple
was
he­avily
intoxicated
and
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
a
malepassenger.

"We
were
afraid
a
fight
was­
going
to
start,"
Chaves
said.
"She
was
flirting
with
him."

Dominick
Mazza,
a
24-year-old
auditor
from
New
Jersey,
s­aid
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
him
becau­se
she
was
drunk,
but
he
di­d
not
believe
she
was
flirting.

Smith
then
began
calling
­his
wife
names,
the
witnesses
­agreed.

"She
kind
of
pushed
him
awa­y
lightly
and
suddenly
stood
u­p
and
kicked
him
in
the
pri­vate
and
stumbled
out
of
thebar,"
Mazza
said.

Smith
"bent
over
for
quite
a
whil­e,"
Mazza
said.
"You
could
tell
he
was
inpain.
I
thought
the
kick
was
har­d.
That
was
not
fooling
around."

Chaves
said
Smith
eventu­ally
returned
to
drinking
witha
group
of
men.
She
said
the
group
was
dri­nking
absinthe,
a
highly
potentdrink.

"His
pupils
were
dilated,"
Chaves
said.
"I'll
never
forget
that
lookin
his
eyes."

James
Walker,
Hagel-Smith's
attorney,
said
the
accoun­ts
are
not
relevant
to
Smith's­
disappearance.

Brett
Rivkind,
attorney
for<­BR>Smith's
family,
said
the
argum­ent
might
explain
why
Hagel-Smith
left
the
bar
and
was
­later
found
in
the
corridor.


"I
don't
know
what
to
make<­BR>of
that,"
Rivkind
said.
"We
heard
rumors
of
that.
It
doesn't
seem
that
serious<­BR>of
an
argument
to
go
thatfar."






Originally Posted By Big_Bear:

Originally Posted By FieroLoki:

Originally Posted By Big_Bear:




smartass




Did ya really have to quote the whole thing?







­

<­BR>





­

<­BR>





­

<­BR>





YES!




Oh.... ok then
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 8:48:23 PM EDT
That kick in the nuts was a piece of cake compared to what was in store for him

Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:35:58 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------



As requested


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
from
his
honeymoon
cruise
last
summer
argued
in
the
ship's
bar
with
his
wife,
who
kicked
him
in
the
groin
hours
before
he
vanished,
two
witnesses
said
Friday.



The
witnesses
told
The
Associated
Press
the
FBI
has
interviewed
them
about
the
July
5
disappearance
of
George
Allen
Smith
IV
of
Greenwich.

"I
was
very
surprised
by
their
behavior,
that
a
honeymoon
couple
would
act
that
way,"
said
Margarita
Chaves,
a
29-year-old
teacher
from
Phoenix.

Smith
disappeared
from
a
Royal
Caribbean
ship
in
the
Mediterranean
Sea
between
Turkey
and
Greece.
Blood
stains
were
found
running
from
the
balcony
of
Smith's
cabin
to
life
boats.
No
one
has
been
charged
and
no
body
has
been
recovered.

Smith's
wife,
Jennifer
Hagel-Smith
of
Cromwell,
was
found
sleeping
on
a
floor
in
a
corridor
far
from
the
couple's
cabin
the
night
he
vanished,
the
cruise
line
said
Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith
and
her
attorney
say
she
was
unconscious
and
has
no
recollection
of
what
happened.
Hagel-Smith
said
she
passed
an
FBI
polygraph
test.
Federal
authorities
have
said
she
has
cooperated
with
their
investigation.

Hagel-Smith
called
the
accounts
that
she
kicked
her
husband
"ridiculous"
and
"outlandish."

"That's
the
epitome
of
what
I've
had
to
deal
with,"
Hagel-Smith
said.
"That's
not
something
I
would
do
to
my
husband."

Chaves
said
she
was
in
the
bar
with
her
friends
when
another
group
introduced
them
to
Smith
and
his
wife.
She
said
the
couple
was
heavily
intoxicated
and
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
a
male
passenger.

"We
were
afraid
a
fight
was
going
to
start,"
Chaves
said.
"She
was
flirting
with
him."

Dominick
Mazza,
a
24-year-old
auditor
from
New
Jersey,
said
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
him
because
she
was
drunk,
but
he
did
not
believe
she
was
flirting.

Smith
then
began
calling
his
wife
names,
the
witnesses
agreed.

"She
kind
of
pushed
him
away
lightly
and
suddenly
stood
up
and
kicked
him
in
the
private
and
stumbled
out
of
the
bar,"
Mazza
said.

Smith
"bent
over
for
quite
a
while,"
Mazza
said.
"You
could
tell
he
was
in
pain.
I
thought
the
kick
was
hard.
That
was
not
fooling
around."

Chaves
said
Smith
eventually
returned
to
drinking
with
a
group
of
men.
She
said
the
group
was
drinking
absinthe,
a
highly
potent
drink.

"His
pupils
were
dilated,"
Chaves
said.
"I'll
never
forget
that
look
in
his
eyes."

James
Walker,
Hagel-Smith's
attorney,
said
the
accounts
are
not
relevant
to
Smith's
disappearance.

Brett
Rivkind,
attorney
for
Smith's
family,
said
the
argument
might
explain
why
Hagel-Smith
left
the
bar
and
was
later
found
in
the
corridor.


"I
don't
know
what
to
make
of
that,"
Rivkind
said.
"We
heard
rumors
of
that.
It
doesn't
seem
that
serious
of
an
argument
to
go
that
far."


I'm going to hell for that.
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:38:18 PM EDT
people have been banned for a lot less...
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:39:17 PM EDT

Originally Posted By skippyputz:

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

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As requested


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
from
his
honeymoon
cruise
last
summer
argued
in
the
ship's
bar
with
his
wife,
who
kicked
him
in
the
groin
hours
before
he
vanished,
two
witnesses
said
Friday.



The
witnesses
told
The
Associated
Press
the
FBI
has
interviewed
them
about
the
July
5
disappearance
of
George
Allen
Smith
IV
of
Greenwich.

"I
was
very
surprised
by
their
behavior,
that
a
honeymoon
couple
would
act
that
way,"
said
Margarita
Chaves,
a
29-year-old
teacher
from
Phoenix.

Smith
disappeared
from
a
Royal
Caribbean
ship
in
the
Mediterranean
Sea
between
Turkey
and
Greece.
Blood
stains
were
found
running
from
the
balcony
of
Smith's
cabin
to
life
boats.
No
one
has
been
charged
and
no
body
has
been
recovered.

Smith's
wife,
Jennifer
Hagel-Smith
of
Cromwell,
was
found
sleeping
on
a
floor
in
a
corridor
far
from
the
couple's
cabin
the
night
he
vanished,
the
cruise
line
said
Wednesday.

Hagel-Smith
and
her
attorney
say
she
was
unconscious
and
has
no
recollection
of
what
happened.
Hagel-Smith
said
she
passed
an
FBI
polygraph
test.
Federal
authorities
have
said
she
has
cooperated
with
their
investigation.

Hagel-Smith
called
the
accounts
that
she
kicked
her
husband
"ridiculous"
and
"outlandish."

"That's
the
epitome
of
what
I've
had
to
deal
with,"
Hagel-Smith
said.
"That's
not
something
I
would
do
to
my
husband."

Chaves
said
she
was
in
the
bar
with
her
friends
when
another
group
introduced
them
to
Smith
and
his
wife.
She
said
the
couple
was
heavily
intoxicated
and
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
a
male
passenger.

"We
were
afraid
a
fight
was
going
to
start,"
Chaves
said.
"She
was
flirting
with
him."

Dominick
Mazza,
a
24-year-old
auditor
from
New
Jersey,
said
Hagel-Smith
was
leaning
on
him
because
she
was
drunk,
but
he
did
not
believe
she
was
flirting.

Smith
then
began
calling
his
wife
names,
the
witnesses
agreed.

"She
kind
of
pushed
him
away
lightly
and
suddenly
stood
up
and
kicked
him
in
the
private
and
stumbled
out
of
the
bar,"
Mazza
said.

Smith
"bent
over
for
quite
a
while,"
Mazza
said.
"You
could
tell
he
was
in
pain.
I
thought
the
kick
was
hard.
That
was
not
fooling
around."

Chaves
said
Smith
eventually
returned
to
drinking
with
a
group
of
men.
She
said
the
group
was
drinking
absinthe,
a
highly
potent
drink.

"His
pupils
were
dilated,"
Chaves
said.
"I'll
never
forget
that
look
in
his
eyes."

James
Walker,
Hagel-Smith's
attorney,
said
the
accounts
are
not
relevant
to
Smith's
disappearance.

Brett
Rivkind,
attorney
for
Smith's
family,
said
the
argument
might
explain
why
Hagel-Smith
left
the
bar
and
was
later
found
in
the
corridor.


"I
don't
know
what
to
make
of
that,"
Rivkind
said.
"We
heard
rumors
of
that.
It
doesn't
seem
that
serious
of
an
argument
to
go
that
far."


I'm going to hell for that.


Good lord you've got a lot of free time.

(Vertically) longest thread EVER!
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:39:59 PM EDT

Originally Posted By VoodooChile:
That kick in the nuts was a piece of cake compared to what was in store for him

img.villagephotos.com/p/2004-9/832380/shark800.jpg



Sharks gotta eat too.

Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:44:25 PM EDT
A retarded loser married a drunken whore. They went on a honeymoon and for some damned reason thought that they could act like complete fucktards as they floated around the ocean drunk as shit, gambling and pissing away their wedding gifts and letting the new wife fuck russians and various euro-scum.

After a long night of debauchery, the hired help found her drunk, gangbanged ass sleeping in a hallway and the loser she married is took a header into the deep blue sea and is now crab turds.


The moral of the story is?? Don't act like a fucking idiot on your next cruise and you might come home alive.
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 9:54:32 PM EDT

Originally Posted By lonegunman:
A retarded loser married a drunken whore. They went on a honeymoon and for some damned reason thought that they could act like complete fucktards as they floated around the ocean drunk as shit, gambling and pissing away their wedding gifts and letting the new wife fuck russians and various euro-scum.

After a long night of debauchery, the hired help found her drunk, gangbanged ass sleeping in a hallway and the loser she married is took a header into the deep blue sea and is now crab turds.


The moral of the story is?? Don't act like a fucking idiot on your next cruise and you might come home alive.



Hahaha
Link Posted: 1/6/2006 10:10:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By skippyputz:

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------



As requested


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man
who
disappeared
from
his
honeymoon



Link Posted: 1/6/2006 10:14:57 PM EDT
ibtl
Link Posted: 1/7/2006 12:31:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Evil_Ed:

Originally Posted By Bostonterrier97:

Originally Posted By tc6969:
I refuse to read a post where I have to scroll back and forth.



Ok...

Is this Better?

-----------------------


STAMFORD,
Conn.
-
A
man



See, the funny part is that you spent that 10 minutes of your life hitting enter just to annoy someone.

Goddamn amatuers. You should have made it so that one line was bold, the next green, and the next red, cycling throughout the whole post.





Hardly. I cut and pasted the whole article into Word, then did a Replace All (Ctrl-H) for Space Characters with the ^p Character.

Took about 1 second.
Link Posted: 1/7/2006 12:35:29 PM EDT

Originally Posted By lonegunman:
A retarded loser married a drunken whore. They went on a honeymoon and for some damned reason thought that they could act like complete fucktards as they floated around the ocean drunk as shit, gambling and pissing away their wedding gifts and letting the new wife fuck russians and various euro-scum.

After a long night of debauchery, the hired help found her drunk, gangbanged ass sleeping in a hallway and the loser she married is took a header into the deep blue sea and is now crab turds.


The moral of the story is?? Don't act like a fucking idiot on your next cruise and you might come home alive.



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