Even if you're not muslamic I strongly encourage you to face your mat toward West Omaha, NE and pray to my Mecca.
Long story kind of less long: I lose a bet to a lady with huge knockers and a digital camera and have to go to Nebraska. Awesomely, just
weeks before we go, the roadside memorial of my dreams is made there: A roadside memorial for someone who died because of roadside
memorials. To put it biblically, the Kayla Wilkins and
Nickolas Alfrey roadside memorial begot the
Jeff Frolio roadside memorial and unto
an intersection fell multitudes of tacky plastic shit.
This is better than the time I found roadside crosses to put on my site because of the
roadside crosses on my site. Here's the gist of this story:
Jeff Frolio a cameraman for the
ABC affiliate in Omaha (KETV 9) was getting some stock footage
of dangerous intersections in the Omaha area. Can you see where this is heading? Yes? Well, it happened. As Jeff was walking back to the
news van he gets plowed. And where did it occur? That's right, at a dangerous intersection in the Omaha area.
Specifically, 220th and West
Center, exactly in front of the Wilkins
and Alfrey memorial which moments early he was shooting. That intersection is so dangerous in fact,
the driver who hit Frolio wasn't charged
with a thing.
Story gets better, but the photographs don't. Finally, Ms. Big Juggs drags me up there but the week prior the
cops ordered all the memorial crap taken
down. Either they think that shitty memorials add to the dangerousness of an intersection, or they just wanted to cut down on the number
of people, like me, who were making their haj. When I got there, I only found one knocked over cross and a little memorial paraphernalia strewn
Let's all learn a lesson from this. Standing where roadside crosses are and taking pictures can be pretty dangerous. Dangerously hilarious.
With this picture, I just ran my record to 65-0. Come on fate, I triple dog dare you, you big pussy.