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Saturday, June 05, 2010
Mutually Hahaha's Mild Kingdom
MARLIN: (In a somewhat childlike voice): "Today on Mild Kingdom, baby ducks, hedgehogs and tiny little piglets. I was talking during naptime, so I have to stay here in the van, while Jimmy plays with the fuzzy ducklings down at the pond..."
JIM: (infectiously happy giggling)
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Sure, you might find it a little dull -- but it's about as much excitement as most British coppers can stand. It now looks like they were "in pursuit" as the Cumbria idiot shot his final victims. Why protect and serve when you can follow from a safe distance and write it all down after? Sheesh.
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MARLIN: "Next week, brand-new kittens and a baby giraffe you can feed with a real bottle!"
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