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Slice and Dice Samurai

Holy Crap, good one Cowboy, this guy gives a whole new
meaning to the saying Slice and Dice. Ever see anything like
it Cowboy? naw not in my years as a Texas Ranger I never saw
anything like this. I've seen knife fights before but never as bad
as this one must have been, whoever done this was really pissed!

This was no knife fight ole buddy, this was done by a sword
a Katana to be precise. Used by Samurai Warriors in ancient
Japan. It was their method of death to their enemies. Seems 
to work real well by the looks of this guy. Any idea who he is Brick?
yep, names Mike " Mickey " Reubens  local drug dealer nasty guy too.

So this shadow bum figures to do a little execution work to help us 
out with the vermin of this city does he Brick? It do look like it 
Cowboy, I think we need to nab this creep before someone else 
gets food processed like this joker. Brick pulled the blanket back
over the stiff and something caught his eye on top the Bywater Bridge

Bill it's him. Just as Bill looked up the someone that caught Bricks eye
began to run, but not before Bill could see that the person was dressed
all in black and the only thing visible was his eyes. Let's go Bill we maybe
can nab this creep. Both cops started running for their cars, lets take
one car, that way if we catch up to him one of us can chase on foot.

Next thing Brick and Bill were of heading down Walters ave. Sirens blaring!

To be cont.

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  1. Date: 12/13/2010 4:45:00 PM
    Tax, I've been following the series on Rob's posts and am really impressed with this poetic version of the story. Also wanted to say I'm sorry about your Dad's death on Christmas. My Dad has his stroke on New Year's day, 2009, so I can relate to the feelings you have and the way this puts a damper on celebration. Ironically, Dad's father died on Christmas Day when I was 12. Thanks for sharing with me. Peace and blessings, Carolyn

  1. Date: 12/13/2010 4:36:00 PM
    cant wait to read the end.... enjoyed today!

  1. Date: 12/13/2010 2:57:00 PM
    All right Taz! They got him on the run ! Go get him, dudes! Good one! Love it.