By Wyatt Earp | January 21, 2009
Code Monkey sent me this story in an e-mail entitled, “Easy One.” She’s right, because this idiocy just snarks for itself.
The Cardinals fans who left diesel fuel messages in the lawn of Donovan McNabb’s Chandler home also left something else - a box with a postage sticker that listed the suspect’s name and address.
Wow, they have a lot of rocket scientists in the Grand Canyon State, don’t they?
The two men, Rex Perkin, 37, and Ryan Hanlon, 28, were arrested Saturday around 6 p.m., for using the fuel to kill the grass in the Philadelphia quarterback’s lawn and leave the messages., “Go Cards,” “Go Kurt,” and “I (heart) AZ.”
But the story actually started two days before, when McNabb came home to his house in the Ocotillo neighborhood on the Thursday to find a Cardinals flag hanging from a tree in his yard. The quarterback found the prank amusing and left the flag hanging in the tree, Favazzo said.
When McNabb came home late the next night, he saw the cardboard box that the vandals made into a makeshift sign - “Go Cards” was written on one side and “Beat Philly” on the other. Again McNabb brushed it off, but when he woke up early the next morning on the day of the game, he smelled diesel fuel and called police. (H/T - AZCentral)
Ya know, I am not a Donovan McNabb fan by any means - just ask Bloviating Zeppelin - but these two guys are tools of the highest order.
If there was any justice, both would be tarred and feathered.
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