Fulmer's house vandalized

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  1. Amy.G

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    September 29, 2008, Knoxville, Tennessee:

    Police are investigating an early Sunday morning vandalism incident in the Blount County subdivision where University of Tennessee Coach Phil Fulmer resides.

    The police report states the vandalism incident consisted of nearly two dozen eggs being thrown at the Fulmer residence and other nearby homes. In addition to the eggs being thrown at the homes, two discarded egg cartons were found in the yard of Fulmer.

    Anonymous sources close to the University of Tennessee Athletic
    Department have confirmed that starting quarterback Jonathan Crompton has been named a 'person of interest' by the Knoxville Police
    Department since the majority of the eggs struck houses on either side of the Fulmer residence while only eight hit the Fulmer residence itself.
     
  2. Analgesic

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    Eggs, seriously? I'm not condoning the act, but this has got to be the jaywalking of "vandalism".
     
  3. TomVols

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    Analgesic, this is one of the oldest jokes in the book.

    FTR, Crompton is no longer the starting QB.

    Back to the jokes:

    Effective next tornado season, whenever there's a Tornado Warning in the Knoxville area, all residents are to gather in the Tenn endzone at Neyland Stadium because there's little chance of a touchdown there. :laugh:
     
  4. Amy.G

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    Oops. I should have fixed that. I ruined my own joke. :laugh:
     

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