Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Seymour #18

Oh Boy! Last time was a breeze. Now we have to deal with two of them.

“California Penal Code section 136.1. (a) Except as provided in subdivision (c), any person who does any of the following is guilty of a public offense and shall be punished by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison:

(1) Knowingly and maliciously prevents or dissuades any witness or victim from attending or giving testimony at any trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law.”

Element has been picked up by the Sheriff’s Department and Seymour is on the run. My word, he has been here for no time at all and is already in more trouble than when here last time.

It seems that Element found out that Julia has talked to Judge Daddy and went over telling her in the strongest language not to testify against Seymour if it should go to court or if questioned by the Sheriff.

And we can’t find Seymour. We checked our hard line home phone and see that the last call was to the local taxi service.

They are no help in telling us where he has gone. Das Skunkmeister, if you hear from your son, let us know where he is. Trouble is brewing.

Image Credit: County Jail
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38 comments :

  1. Oh no, not again Seymour. Sounds like Element is following in his footsteps too

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    1. Birds of a feather flock together. :)

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  2. Uh Oh, Seymour is at it again. Such a bad boy. Maybe a little jail time would do him some good. Hope he appears soon. Sandee, you and Zane have a most wonderful day.

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    1. We've got to bail Element out of jail as soon as we can. We don't know where Seymour went though. :)

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  3. I'm still confused. I guess that's just me. I'm always confused I guess.

    Have a positive Tuesday Sandee & Zane. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

    PS I've already arranged your birthday cards and I may have to send them earlier because I'm not sure if Canada Post is going out on strike. I'll see.

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    1. Okay on the birthday cards Paul. You are such a nice person. :)

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  4. It sad when parents (role models) teach their children to evade the law..... :)

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    1. Yep, and these two are something else. :)

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    1. It's hard to hang a rock. Really hard. :)

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    1. Both of them are very sneaky. :)

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  7. Put a tracker on the little critter! Have a great day Sandee!

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    1. Now there is an idea. I'll look into that. :)

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  8. Seymour is always a challenge.
    Have a great day!

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    1. Yes he is and Element is turning out to be the same kind of challenge. :)

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  9. Have you thought about contacting a psychic?

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    1. No, but that's an idea Jan. :)

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  10. Oh dear Seymour at it again LOL :-#

    Have a rocktastic day Sandee $-)

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    1. Yes he is and so is Element. Both are a handful. :)

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  11. Send them down here next, i'll take them for a walk in the bayou and let them figure out how to get home. By the time they do, they might have learned a lesson!

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    1. You'll have to talk to Mike about that. It's his pets. :)

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  12. The little bugger! Life is never dull. Good luck with this scoundrel.

    Big hugs, honey...

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    1. Yes indeed Sandy, he's a bugger and so is Element. :)

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  13. Seymour has a very rocky reputation! Bad boy!
    Meanwhile hugs to you! And Lucy has become quite proficient at getting her treats out of the mouse! heehee

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    1. He really does have a rocky reputation.

      I knew Miss Lucy would master that mouse. She's a smart one. :)

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  14. You just can't turn your back on those little critters for a second. :)

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    1. No you can't. They spend all their time looking for trouble and finding it too. :)

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  15. LOL! Thanks so much for sharing, Sandee. :)

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    1. Every Tuesday is Seymour and Element day for as long as they are here. :)

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  16. And people think kitties are trouble! :)

    Hope all has been well with you Sandee! Happy Tortie Tuesday!

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    1. These two are far worse than any bunch of kitties. Far worse.

      Things are fine Sharla. We've been busy, but things are fine. :)

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  17. Life is never dull. It can be rocky at times. I bet he's running to stay away from the stone cold jail cell. I'd go check on the waterfront to see if he's hiding with other rip-rap.

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    1. He's not at the waterfront, we checked there first. We'll find him at some point. :)

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  18. The pebble doesn't fall far from the rock.

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    1. This is very true Binky. So very true. :)

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  19. Leave no Seymour unturned in your soich ;-)

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    1. I know he's with another woman, but who? I'll find him. :)

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