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I know who did it…

January 18, 2018

Hey Y’all,

 

Over the weekend, my I-Pad was hacked once again. I know several of you got multiple e-mails from me asking you to download a game called Bowmasters. Unfortunately, we have covered this ground before. A couple months ago, two rough and rowdy kids stole my I-Pad from me, they hacked my account and sent out the messages.

 

Here is a picture of the criminals.

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Criminal One and Two. Looks like life south of the border hasn’t affected them too much. photo from rob akers

 

When I was hacked Sunday, I went straight to the police. It has been confirmed that these two criminals have been deported and could not possibly committed this crime. Exhausted from searching for the new criminals, I came across some evidence that indicates there may be crime wave in my sleepy, little, Mayberry Town.

 

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Yes, that is my snow dusting the front step. That little criminal went into my house, hacked my I-Pad and left without taking the shoes that always sit next to the front door. photo from rob akers

 

I don’t know what you think about who this might be, but I promise you that I will find the dad of that kid. Anyone who sends their son out in the snow with no shoes, is a poor example of a parent.

 

 

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Obviously the mastermind of the operation. It doesn’t look like snow there. It might take two months for me to find him. I will be looking for the guy with ugly feet. photo from rob akers

 

 

Until next time, keep on rockin.

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8 Comments
  1. Rob, those emails came in and this time I knew, thus I did not respond. Which makes me think of the warnings in Hawaii. Next time that warning goes off, nobody will believe it. That could be catastrophic. But the snow dusting explains all. No worries. You will get them!

    • Karlene,

      Who knows maybe when I find the people responsible for blowing up your email, it will be the same people that O.J. has been looking for since 1995.

      rob

      • Yes… and if they are commercial pilots… give them the link to my survey! 🙂 Wait until you see the newest book coming… “Jungle Air”… where monkeys are pilots and get paid in bananas. Based on a true story. 🙂

      • My criminals are too smart to become commercial pilots. But not smart enough to wear shoes in the snow.

        Jungle Air sounds great. Cant wait to read it. I know it want based on my life because I got pain in skittles not bananas.

      • At least with skittles you have a variety of color! 🙂

      • FEEL THE RAINBOW!

        Have fun in school next month. You have earned it!

      • Thank you!! Just like riding a bike… right?

  2. Donetta Akers permalink

    Children!

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