QUICK TRIP DUMPSTER FIRE RASH; ARSON SUSPECTED
by Fulla H. Ottair
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Pantsadowna Iowa. A small town where not much happens. But the local fire
chief has been scratching his head, and wondring. Jose Nozzlnut, the local
chief has been running his equipment and volunteers ragged the last two
weeks. Dumpster fire after dumpster fire has left the town low on resources.
Chief Nozzlnut says the year's fuel budget has been spent, and it's not even
Chief Nozzlnut was talking to reporters, when a fireman came up and asked
"Should we roll up the hose, Jose?" The reply "Give er another squirt, you
nozzle nut", said Chief Nozzlnut.
The chief was talking to reporters when a man approached and threw in a bag.
We interviewed the person, a S. Barker, from Flametown, Iowa. "I'm just
disposing some nine volt batteries, as instructed on Usenet", Barker tells
reporters. "Been disposing of a couple dozen batteries, in Quck Trip
dumpsters all over town."
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