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LanceMannion Hiding out at Barnes and Noble. Pretty sure I lost my police tail. Cops don't twitter much, do they? about 1 hour ago from web
LanceMannion Might've spoke too soon. There're at least six people here in the cafe wearing mirrored sunglasses. One of them's the barista. about 1 hour ago from web
LanceMannion Shades-wearing barista getting yelled at by irate machiato-drinking customers. She keeps mixing up the caramel and chocolate drizzles. about 1 hour ago from web
LanceMannion Thinking the barista not a cop. Probably a Fed. about 1 hour ago from web
LanceMannion Just noticed all the guys in shades are all reading books in the Twilight series. Either all have 13 yr old daughters or they're..gasp! 43 minutes ago from web
LanceMannion Vampires! 42 minutes ago from web
LanceMannion Fleeing Barnes and Noble now. Will stop at grocery store on way home to pick up garlic. 40 minutes ago from web
LanceMannion Safe at home. Garlic strands around all windows. No sign of cops or vampires. Learned valuable lesson. less than 20 seconds ago from web
LanceMannion Should have checked to see if those guys were picking up each other's reflections in their sunglasses. less than 5 seconds ago from web
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Don't. Check. The. Basement.
Saturday, November 07, 2009 at 12:35 PM
I don't think Shatner could do much with this. The break between "gasp" and "Vampires" was good, but what's up with all those capital letters? And stop punctuating, it's just not how this is done.
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Saturday, November 07, 2009 at 11:09 PM
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