By January 19, 2006

Houston, We Have a Suspect

I guess I should break out the big tirades more often. This morning I recieved a voice mail from Officer Francis. It turns out that the white kid from the carry crew stole multiple items from the courier company — including a truck — and was fired. He is also wanted in nearby Hanover County for failure to appear; Officer Francis did not elaborate for what charge(s) the kid did not appear.

So, that’s the good news. The not so good news is that no one can find the kid. His last known address was his mother’s house, and he hasn’t shown up there.

At least the two other guys are off the hook a little bit.

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  1. cymwyd says:

    Actually, the really good news is that
    (1) You got some pretty heavy stuff off your chest;
    (2) You discovered something about yourself and your loved ones that is changing your life;
    (3) We all get to see that justice does move, albeit slowly. The system, such as it is, is working in your case and that is cause for hope and rejoicing, for all of us.

    Complete non sequitur: regarding moving slowly, the common comparison is to a snail’s pace. Is a snail’s really the slowest pace? What about a sloth? Is there something slower in the animal kingdom? Inquiring minds want to know, and google has been of no help (yet).

    Have a happy weekend!

  2. drfaulken says:

    Oh come now, we all know that the slowest moving animal in the kingdom is the executive branch of a well-reviled biotech company 😉

  3. larimar_sky says:

    Would that be because they’re closely related to slime mold? Slime mold is a very slow moving organism