April 29, 2005

"Real Buried Treasure" = "Fake Buried Treasure" = "Real Stolen Money"
— Ace

The other day I pimped this very fun story about friends "finding buried treasure" in their backyard.

But I forgot the first rule of blogging: Never trust a man who says a buddy was dancing around like a "rabid monkey":

Two men who claimed in numerous national television interviews that they found buried treasure in the back yard of a home were arrested early Friday after being questioned by police, who said the money was stolen.
Investigators believe Barry Billcliff, 27, of Manchester, N.H., and Timothy Crebase, 22, of Methuen, Mass., found the old bank notes and bills while doing roofing work.

Both men were charged with receiving stolen property, conspiracy and accessory after the fact, Lt. Kevin Martin said. They were to be arraigned Friday morning.

Crebase told investigators the men found the money in the gutter of a barn they were hired to repair, police said.

Well... they did find it, right?

What the hell was all that money doing in a gutter? Maybe it's time to do some spring-cleaning. Never know what you'll find. Maybe even a shrinking machine or somethin'.

Thanks to Ken Wheaton.

War's On Update: Situation unchanged. There's still a war on, and yet we're wasting government resources apprehending thieves.

Posted by: Ace at 09:37 AM | Comments (14)
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1 Jesus man, I'm like a never-ending well of bad links.

If I ever send you a post about a company, just short the shit out of their stock.

*shakes head*

Posted by: fat kid at April 29, 2005 09:47 AM (yHxMk)

2 It's not a bad link. It was "true" yesterday; it's just wrong today.

Kinda makes it interesting.

Posted by: ace at April 29, 2005 09:50 AM (Q6+G6)

3 I'm so confused. So, the guys knew the money was stolen, right? I mean, they must have or else they wouldn't have been charged. Then why did they go public about their "find?" Was that, like, their version of money laundering or something?

If they knew the money was stolen and then bragged about miraculously finding it, the government should step in and put them to sleep, because they're too stupid to live.

Posted by: Robb at April 29, 2005 09:52 AM (BAGYo)

4 "But I forgot the first rule of blogging: Never trust a man who says a buddy was dancing around like a 'rabid monkey' "

I thought the first rule of blogging was: "Never get involved in a land war in Asia."

Well, anyway. It's still good advice.

Posted by: Pompous at April 29, 2005 10:23 AM (pwn6J)

5 Ace -- these guys have changed thier "story" about five times ---

Billcliff also has a felony record for counterfeiting -- stories are in the Boston papers --- they were also arrested this morning according to radio reports

Posted by: sonofnixon at April 29, 2005 10:34 AM (bFhAS)

6 I thought the first rule of blogging was.... wait a minute! There are no rules of blogging!!!

But it is only a matter of time my friends. Just let the dems get in charge.

Posted by: Rightwingsparkle at April 29, 2005 12:09 PM (tLqLU)

7 Count the number of ways in which this is wrong.

Posted by: Allah at April 29, 2005 12:24 PM (IUGv5)

8 Well, it's only wrong cuz Cruize should be with someone closer to his own age. Like me...;-)

Posted by: Rightwingsparkle at April 29, 2005 12:29 PM (tLqLU)

9 good marketing, as just time for them both to promote new movies they have coming out

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10 He almost convinces us that he's not gay, and then he says, "I'm more than enamored."

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11 Thank you Lauraw. I thought that I was the only person who always thinks Tom Cruise is gay. Every "relationship" seems so contrived-just a way to get his name in print.

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