Dog #1 was fine and did enjoy the sandwhich.
Dog #2 was also fine without vet treatment , she did eat a lot of chocolate but just opened alot of the other stuff and didnt eat it but she was not in there for 12 days. There was not a piece left she didnt open but she didnt eat everything she opened. I dont remember if she got the runs or not.
Also no drugs were in the halloween candy so I am good there . Never hide drugs in the candy the kids find it
Your Peta/DEA side can relax.
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Like, when I lived in San Antonio, I lived a block from a street around which, in a one-mile stretch, a couple dozen people got killed in my several years there: wrecks, yes, plus pedestrians who didn't quite make it to the other side and a bus driver who got run over by his own bus; but also more than a few frenzied stabbings, gunshot fatalities, deadly overdoses; a hate crime which ended in murder; and a guy in a ritzy neighborhood who murdered his wife then hid and finally burned her body.
But I felt much safer there than I do here in rural Oklahoma. Weird place, this one.
This truck was abandon? It looks new for that. But anyway off topic again.
It looks like the truck the KC/Mo LE was looking for in Renee Pernice's case.http://www.examiner.net/news/law/x72...e-case?photo=0
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I'm still curious about the guy on the mountain. I know he was "extremely helpful and nice" but from my understanding he also owns an underground container house that is not far from where the Jamisons went missing. Has it ever been checked visually or with cadaver dogs? He was the last known person to have contact with the Jamisons. Any thoughts?
Theory # 6,152:
Your dog in experiment with Halloween candy has a preference for certain types of candy (as most of us do) which is why all packages were opened but not all eaten. Discriminating tastes and all that.
My DEA side is still concerned.
However- if you go missing and decide to leave your vehicle somewhere for an extended period of time with Bobbles locked inside, I will be angry and call (un) local authorities on you.
I've got a new idea: let's all email the media and ask to run a story on Maizy the Miracle Dog. You know, a "One Year Later....here she is! But where are the Jamisons?" story.
(more OK media links, or you can use the ones up thread)
ETA: Susan Murphy Milano. On the ground in OK. Email her and ask to add Maizy the Miracle dog to her list of OK troubles.
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Anyone hearing anything about the possible reward fund to be offered by family, or was that just a Topix myth?
So for example, I will write and say "Hi, I am so and so from such and such place, (NOT WS's, peeps!!!) and I would love to see an update on Maizy the dog that belongs to the Jamison family, who went missing in October of 2009 from such and such place.
Are we clear there, people?
(Side note: do not feed Bobbles Mac's Original Fried Pork Skins. They will clutter up her digestion.)
Whose turn is it to walk atop the proverbial mountain and call out, "mtroooooper, where are you? favor us with your presence and your information!"
I think mtrooper can clear up the confusion when they return.
I did find a post (#148,thread #3, pg.#6) by NSHENOLD,saying the Jamisons had put the security system in after Sherilyn was threatend by the WS. I had thought it was put in before that.
Well, I'll try.
"mtrooooooooooooper, help, we are stuuuuuuuck and we need inFORmaTION."
There is no official reward (as of right now.) Topix rumor.
Does that help?
ETA: High on a hill with a lonely goat has always been one of my favorite scenes. Who knew it would be as true in OK, as it was in the 40's.
Chiming in again for stress relief.
Yet another note to self: check youtube for info.