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Friday, 13 February 2009

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Dorothy The Juvenile Delinquent

Munchkin-land Oz -- Dorothy Gale is under arrest and facing multiple felonies that could send her to the electric chair. The creepy little brat stands accused of starting an inferno that scorched Oz and led to thousands of deaths. Her sleazy cohorts lost their lives in the blaze.

It all began when Dorothy threw a bucket of water at an old lady. The psychotic teen thought the poor woman was a witch. Dorothy saw the lady's broom and thought she could get high by smoking it. She dropped the burning broom, and then ran out of the house with her gang and her dumb dog. They were all too stoned to realize the house was on fire.

The gang hid out in Emerald City and got high on pot, acid and mushrooms, blissfully unaware of the catastrophe unfolding. Dorothy saw smoke on the horizon, grabbed her dog, and took off for another state. The cowardly, anti-social pest let her friends burn to death with everyone else in Emerald City. The inferno was hot enough to melt tin.

The firestorm then raced down the Yellow Brick Road, turning it coal black. The flames consumed Munchkin land, causing the extinction of the entire Munchkin race.

Sheriff Elvira Gulch arrested the teen at her uncle's house after a violent struggle. The sheriff had to shoot Dorothy's dog to death in the fight. Prosecutors will try her as an adult and seek the death penalty for her vicious crimes.

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