A hottie in handcuffs didn't seem appropriate.
By Kickntrue on 9/8/10
I thought I was afraid of snakes, bears and gators, but now, finding a burnt human body tops my list of things I do not wish to see at a golf course.
Police investigating the murder of a Brighton man whose body was set alight and dumped at a golf course near Brighton have made an arrest.Golfers found the body while playing the course Saturday morning. I think I'd vomit. Actually, I'm sure I'd vomit. I have a buddy who is CSI- I'm not sure how he does it. I guess you just have to desensitize yourself to the fact that you're looking at someone who used to be living, just like yourself.
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i wonder what his handicap was.
SD Charlie says:
I think the only evidence of humans (besides divots) that I've seen at a golf course was a new pair of boots left near the 4th tee box at the Balboa Park Nine-Hole Course. There's a hobo-cave tucked away there. Someone must have left some boots for a bum to use.
The coolest thing I've ever seen was a coyote chase a squirrel right in front of me. The coyote hit the cart path and lost traction, so the squirrel got away. I swear the squirrel was laughing at the coyote from up in a tree.
gross, but im sure he just let the group play through.
Bryan K says:
SD Charlie: I saw a hawk dive down and snag a rabbit/squirrel/mouse on the course once. I think it was a rabbit because it was huge, but it was a very awesome sight.
Did they use a Taylor Made Tour Burner on him?
Birdie, I believe his handicap was fire.
Kurt the Knife says:
I once had to do post-mortem on an air force helicopter crew. Some burned up pretty bad. The smell still haunts me.
If anyone burns a pork chop, I nearly lose it.
At least for Mr Welch, he likely didn't feel the burn as the blow to the noggin hopefully ended him.
Man, world sux sometimes.
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