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Are Pennsylvania girls cold-blooded?

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

Terribly sad Darwin Award nominees. Their poor parents. :o

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That's out in the 'tucky part of Pennsyltucky.

 

Everything west of Philly is the 'tucky part of Pennsyltucky.

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That's messed up. Why on earth would anyone sun bathe on a road?

 

Something not right there...I'm thinking hallucinogens.

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That's messed up. Why on earth would anyone sun bathe on a road?

 

Something not right there...I'm thinking hallucinogens.

 

Ectothermic.

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That's messed up. Why on earth would anyone sun bathe on a road?

 

Something not right there...I'm thinking hallucinogens.

 

Let's hope it is just stupidity and not 13 year olds with hallucinogens.

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That's messed up. Why on earth would anyone sun bathe on a road?

 

Something not right there...I'm thinking hallucinogens.

 

probably better sun there, no trees

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

 

Interesting dateline. One wonders if the town name inspires rather aggressive standards in beautification of its female residents.

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Interesting dateline. One wonders if the town name inspires rather aggressive standards in beautification of its female residents.

 

You mean by running over them with cars?

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I guessing, when medical personnel asked how they felt, the girls replied "Just a little run down".

Just "tired" I suspect.

And they probably thought 2012 would be a Goodyear.

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

 

Interesting dateline. One wonders if the town name inspires rather aggressive standards in beautification of its female residents.

 

 

Wonder if they were laying on Gadsden flag towels and had "Don't Tread On Me" playing on the iPods!

 

Not too far from West Virginia.... that answers a few questions. Hell they may be a sister-cousin or two to some of RBooths new neighbors...

 

I believe Joe Namath was from Beaver, PA

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

 

Interesting dateline. One wonders if the town name inspires rather aggressive standards in beautification of its female residents.

 

 

Wonder if they were laying on Gadsden flag towels and had "Don't Tread On Me" playing on the iPods!

 

Not too far from West Virginia.... that answers a few questions. Hell they may be a sister-cousin or two to some of RBooths new neighbors...

 

I believe Joe Namath was from Beaver, PA

He is frome Beavere Falles :)

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

Terribly sad Darwin Award nominees. Their poor parents. :o

 

Not sure they successfully removed themselves from the gene pool.

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We probably should quit making fun of them. At that age, kids are already cruel enough to the flat chicks.

 

Oh, that was good.

 

Bravo, my wife punished me for reading that aloud. :lol:

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That's out in the 'tucky part of Pennsyltucky.

 

Everything west of Philly is the 'tucky part of Pennsyltucky.

 

 

i'm west of Philly, but its Alabama around here...

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

Terribly sad Darwin Award nominees. Their poor parents. :o

 

Not sure they successfully removed themselves from the gene pool.

Nope, they are in fair condition. Somehow, I don't think they will perform a retread.

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We probably should quit making fun of them. At that age, kids are already cruel enough to the flat chicks.

 

Oh, that was good.

 

Bravo, my wife punished me for reading that aloud. :lol:

Fwiw, my girlfriend just shook her head and said I had the maturity of a 12 year old. I agreed!

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We probably should quit making fun of them. At that age, kids are already cruel enough to the flat chicks.

 

 

You suggesting they were ridden hard and driven to take a bad road?

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We probably should quit making fun of them. At that age, kids are already cruel enough to the flat chicks.

 

Not hard to figure out why they were lying on the road. My guess is that they were just tyred...

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Thier sister said they were all pumped up for summer, but she was accused of family bias. "Ply me with liquor and I'll tell you all you need to know about them", she told a reporter. "They just wanted tocatch a ray. D'yall know what I mean?"

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Must be a recent fad. Here's a photo of the road in front of our family house in Union City. We never did see much sunbathing there

 

snowonhighstreet.jpg

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Maybe the girls were sunbathing in the road because they were in a rut.

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We probably should quit making fun of them. At that age, kids are already cruel enough to the flat chicks.

 

I wonder if they had skid marks in their underwear?

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BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say two teenage girls who fell asleep while sunbathing on a rural Pennsylvania road have been struck by a car.

 

The Beaver County Police Department tells WTAE-TV (http://bit.ly/KoTXi9 ) that 13-year-olds Samantha Schermanhorn and Kaylie George were hit by the vehicle Sunday afternoon.

 

Linky.

 

yes.

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