What’s classier?

Cbs13.com reports of an incident in Folsom Tuesday night involving the stabbing of a customer by a convenience clerk over the soda machine being out of syrup.

The victim said after she had complained about the fountain soda machine being out of syrup, the clerk refused her service. Their argument led to a that ended when the clerk allegedly used a 2″ to 3″ knife to stab the customer. The victim was taken to the hospital with non life threatening.

“…led to a that”
“…was taken to the hospital with a non life threatening.”

Just publish it and forget it…no one reads this stuff anyway, right?

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3 thoughts on “What’s classier?”

  1. When did we get so stabby? I love that they fought over child care:

    I’m a better dad than you!
    No- *I’m* the better dad!
    Oh yeah- let’s settle this like only a good dad could- take THIS!

    From KCRA.com: Brother-In-Law Injured In South Sacramento
    POSTED: 12:51 pm PDT August 5, 2009 [Wed]
    UPDATED: 1:43 pm PDT August 5, 2009

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A man was arrested after allegedly stabbing his brother-in-law in the leg during an argument over child care in south Sacramento, police said.

    Police were called a home in the 3900 block of Deer Trail Way at 4:25 p.m. Tuesday after someone reported an attack.

    According to a police report, 43-year-old Elemeo L. Stroughter is accused of injuring his 20-year-old brother-in-law with a knife during the fight.

    The article’s wording implies they were fighting over the status of child care in south sac. I can see it now:

    Child care in South Sacramento is lacking in funding, my good man.
    No, no, no, kind Sir; Funding for child care in South Sacramento is at adequate levels, given inflation and the cost of living in the area.
    Oh yeah? Take THAT!

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