October 25, 2010

From hiccups...

... to murder. Allegedly. Did she really commit murder? Did she really have the hiccups?

12 comments:

Oligonicella said...

Does the driver of the get away car get the same charge as the robbers who gun down the teller?

She friggin' took him there to be robbed at gunpoint.

Coketown said...

Can't wait for her family's Christmas card: "Following up last year's spell of hiccups, Jennifer this year was an accessory to murder. She also made the dean's list." Makes my accomplishments seem adequate by comparison. Thanks, Jenny. xoxoxo

ricpic said...

Wow, a crew straight out of Deliverance.

edutcher said...

$50 or $60? What were they going to split it on? Fritos?

And I believe Olgonicella is correct. It's called accessory before and during the fact, IIRC.

traditionalguy said...

Another reason to avoid Florida except for short vacations. The State is an insane asylum. There is only so much money you can make fishing and raising citrus fruit...the rest of their money must be stolen from strangers.

AllenS said...

She should have called it quits when her first 15 minutes of fame was up.

Lem said...

That mugshot looks like a two face.. two people spliced together.

You all might remember this.

"Cover half the face and each side looks like it belongs to a different person, one appearing downcast and uncertain, the other determined. A person speaking with him would in a sense face two Lincolns, one soft and exhausted, the other fiercely alert."

Pogo said...

Hiccups were once blamed on elves (ælfsogoða, Old English).

'Murder' is OE morðor, from the Viking word morð for "secret slaughter," a heinous crime.

Both of her tales appeared to show one practiced in deceit (from L. decipere "to ensnare, take in, beguile, cheat").

'Jail' comes from L. cavea meaning "cage".

Palladian said...

Florida is a vast wasteland of black & white trash, pornographers, drug runners and dealers, dough-ball tourists, the Walt Disney company, geriatric retirees, douche-bag college students and co-ed whores.

Oh, and Rush Limbaugh.

But worse than all that is the repulsive heat and humidity.

What a terrible place.

How is Wal-Mart ever going to find a replacement for this girl?

Pogo said...

'Wal-Mart' comes from the MO (Middle Ozark) word 'varmint', derived from 'vermin'.

Palladian said...

I thought it was from a Chinese root meaning "You bought your country with beads and sold it for crappy plastic merchandise, how ironic, haha".

ironrailsironweights said...

There's a surefire way women can cure themselves of chronic hiccups.

Let it grow back.


Peter