I find your lack of honesty disturbing
You may be silent, but I can tell you're deadly
Lawyer: And what tipped you off that there was indeed a body in the closet officer?
Officer: The suspect farted.
Lawyer: Excuse me? He farted?
Officer: That's right - my fart analyzer detected an increase level of methane that led me to believe the suspect was hiding something.
Defense: Could it have been that he was just wanting to hide that he was farting - not that he was guilty?
Officer: If you were in that room, sir, you would have arrested him to. It was the least of things to be done.
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The "evidence used to rule out a second assassin is fundamentally flawed," concludes a new article in the Annals of Applied Statistics written by former FBI lab metallurgist William A. Tobin and Texas A&M University researchers Cliff Spiegelman and William D. James.
Filed under: GamingWii production in an effort to satisfy as many patiently-waiting gamers as possible. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata also admitted that the company has not been able to properly foresee demand and said that the current lack of stock was "abnormal." Of course, they aren't sayin' exactly how much they'll be increasing production by, nor are they willing to disclose what the current monthly production capacity is. Nintendo is slightly less secretive about it's other hot-selling console, however, boasting that it's now churning out 2.5 million DSs a month, making it the highest production ever for a Nintendo game console.
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