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Is a 7 Wood a signature weapon?
 
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Seems like an odd choice to me. The only guys who carry 7-woods are "senior golfers," so not only did it incriminate the 60yo suspect, but it must have been a grisly scene b/c those clubs are very light, so multiple blows were probably required. Not pretty.
 
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What club would you recommend, Shannon?
 
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I once prosecuted an assault at a country club where the assailant used a 4-iron. That seemed pretty effective, judging from the evidence.

Nowadays, many people don't carry low irons, preferring hybrid clubs. Hybrids are easier to hit, but not nearly as useful when turned into weapons. If you're going to keep a club under your bed or in the corner of your room, stick with your dad's old Wilson Staff 2-iron. That will lay out someone cold.
 
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Just not a 1 iron. Not even God can hit a 1 iron.
 
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Liquid Meth

A Mexican high school student died from drinking highly concentrated liquid methamphetamine at a San Diego border crossing in an attempt to persuade inspectors that it was only apple juice, according to an autopsy report.

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Ice missles

"You're driving in the center lane, a day or two after a snowstorm," he says. "Ice on vehicles is starting to melt. You're driving 60 mph, with cars on the left, cars on the right. All of a sudden, you see this sheet of ice do this Olympic dive off the top of a truck in front of you. You can't go left, you can't go right. You just pray to God it doesn't hit you."

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An escalator

Watch those scarves, ladies.
 
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Gassy Cows

A herd of dairy cows nearly lifted the roof off their barn in central Germany when methane released by the animals caused an explosion.

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Soda

An East Tennessee couple faces a murder charge, accused of forcing the man's 5-year-old daughter to drink more than 2 liters of grape soda and water, causing her brain to swell and rupture, authorities said.

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A Cross, but not how you think

"When they heard the crunching noises coming from the cross they fled in all directions," the mayor says. "Unfortunately Marco ran in the wrong direction."

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Not a potato

Providence police say a man carrying a potato disguised as a gun unsuccessfully attempted to rob a convenience store and a dry-cleaners in the city’s Charles neighborhood Monday afternoon.

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A hand held spotlight

Late, late on Friday night we got a verdict for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on a public servant. The deadly weapon? The spotlight that the defendants were shining out of their truck during a nighttime pursuit that blinded two of our game wardens.

We had an optometrist come in and give VERY compelling testimony regarding night adaptation, flash blindness, and the effects on driving. The jury didn't have any problem finding that it had been used as a deadly weapon.

The wardens crashed into a culvert and tree, causing a dislocated hip along with various other injuries. The defendant got 50 years from the jury.
 
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Holding Breath

A 19-year-old man told investigators he caused a three-car crash when he fainted while holding his breath as he drove through a tunnel northwest of Portland, Oregon State Police said.

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Hedge Clippers

Prosecutors Tuesday said a 27-year-old Houston man on trial for murder decapitated his 81-year-old grandfather with hedge clippers.

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Spurs (Team Ball)

San Antonio shot 76 percent in the first half to set a finals record, took a 71-50 lead at the break for the highest-scoring opening 24 minutes the title series had seen in 27 years, and scored more points in the first period of a finals game than anyone since 1967.

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A not guilty?

Link Man murdered after jury wrongly acquits him by signing the wrong verdict form.
 
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