Good for her!
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Good for her!
Man-oh-man-oh-man. Had to move my coffee so I didn't spill it from laughing.
Wonder if the cop car sort of wobbled on the road when they left that place.
The elderly are popular targets for the scum of this earth, mainly because so many are willing to be easy victims. God bless your grammaw and the others like her. We need a lot more of that type in this country.
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Happy that she is OK. Granny Rocks at 89 years old.
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Way to go Granny. Any grandson would be proud to have her as a Grandma.
John Steinbeck: Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he's too old to fight, he'll just kill you.
We all need a granny like here. Great job and Iím glad she is ok.
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Wow, I don't know any 90 year olds that weigh 300 pounds.
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She can't possibly be as "mean as the day is long" - if she were she wouldn't have shown compassion for the misguided trespasser and simply warned him. She'd have painted the wall with his brains without saying a word.
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Scot Van, tell your grandmother I'm right proud of her! Some of us are lucky to have some relatives like that, my grandmother bossed a railroad gang laying track in Wyoming back in the 30's and she taught me how to shoot when I was 6...she took nuthin from nobody!
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That was a wonderful story, and you have a great grandma. Thank her for us.
My outwardly meek mother shocked us once. Both my older sister and I moved back home to finish college. My sister's boyfriend came over one day, and "the other woman" found his car in our driveway. Woman started ramming his car, right in our driveway, over and over. Backed up, ran fwd, hit the car. Backed up, ran fwd, hit the car.
My mom said "What the hell?", grabbed her (unloaded) shotgun, went out in the front yard in her billowing pink bathrobe, and aimed that gun at the Other Woman. Woman ducked down low, backed up from the side street onto the main street (without looking!), and took off down the street, still ducked down, almost out of sight.
We still tease Mom, now age 84. "Pioneer woman, protecting her brood!" It's a memory I cherish, AND it taught me what unexpected strength can reside in a soft soul.
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I must say how proud I am to be a Kentuckian when I hear stories like this--- I am happy that she is OK. Good for her!! We need more like her and her extended family!