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Lucy Barnable

Spiked baseball bats left around S.F.

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Someone has been chaining spiked baseball bats to poles throughout San Francisco, and continue to confuse police officers as to their intended purpose.
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The bats have spikes that run through them, and almost 30 of them have popped up around the city, most recently Friday morning around Fisherman’s Wharf.

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Spiked-baseball-bats-left-around-SF-6661160.php

Some kind of messed up art project?

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4 minutes ago, Challenger said:

It's the new low-budget "fast and furious".

:chuckle:

I wonder if all the locks are the same. Only one key needed wherever you are.
Just in case you need to assault someone and don't have a weapon on hand.

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Just now, Lucy Barnable said:

:chuckle:

I wonder if all the locks are the same. Only one key needed wherever you are.
Just in case you need to assault someone and don't have a weapon on hand.

It could very well be, even if it's a prank.

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2 minutes ago, Challenger said:

It could very well be, even if it's a prank.

The article said it's a felony because it's a deadly weapon.
Some idiot hung dildos all over Portland not ago.
I think this is different. It's threatening.

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Watch, its some gay tranny rights thing about oppression and bullying.  Then all will be forgiven, a times person of the year award, and a Nobel Peace prize. 

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