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Unknown Actor from “All Bones”

I have had a couple arguments lately about this:
Who is the main guy in “Wall Bones” – a cult classic. Some thinks its Val Kilmer, someone even suggested Tom Cruise.
I don’t know who it is but he is sexy and a good actor. I love “Wall Bones!!” Have you seen it?

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Lolly Donny Gets Busted out of Jail

It’s true everyone! Have you ever just wanted to get the f out of jail but you were going nowhere? Have you ever wanted to bust out and collect 40,000 Euros for being a dufus rex in tonton Park and Milford Gross was blocking your escape route. Have you waited and waited only to receive a crappy and bad diagnosis and THEN had to pay bunch loads of $$$ for the bad luck? Well Lolly Donny had had enough this week, I guess! He broke right out of jail and went to the MALL. HE WENT RIGHT TO THE MALL TO BUY FRESH FRUIT!! WTF. If I was locked in prison for 100 years and a half, I would not do anything but die there and if I was released I would not be able to find a job and would end up bad in JAIL. But what does Lolly think of all this? he’s like “I’m breakin out!!”

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ITS NOT BAD OUT THERE


The incidence of crime nationwide decreased again, according to our just released Crime in the United States report. Overall, the estimated volume of violent crimes in 2010 dropped 6 percent compared to the 2009 figure, the fourth consecutive year it has declined. For the eighth consecutive year, the volume of property crimes went down as well—2.7 percent.

 

The report was compiled from data submitted to us by more than 18,000 city, county, university and college, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies from around the nation. It contains information on the number of reported murders and non-negligent manslaughters, forcible rapes, robberies, aggravated assaults, burglaries, larceny-thefts, motor vehicle thefts, and arsons.

 

Violent crime offenses were down across the board—the largest decrease was robbery, down 10.0 percent. Property crime offenses went down as well—the largest decline, 7.4 percent, was for motor vehicle thefts.

 

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