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Pizza Delivery Man is Arrested: The Rest of the Story
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By Phillip Capshaw

Phillip Capshaw provides his own unique perspective on everything from local to world events and, as the blog title suggests, believes that nothing is funnier than observing the comical nature of our fellow man and especially Southern Oklahomans. ...

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Phillip Capshaw provides his own unique perspective on everything from local to world events and, as the blog title suggests, believes that nothing is funnier than observing the comical nature of our fellow man and especially Southern Oklahomans. Phillip is a native of Ardmore, Oklahoma, with varied interests who likes to poke fun at almost any group and occupation, but feels as if there is much to make fun of in passing the mirror everyday.

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By Phillip Capshaw
May 26, 2013 12:01 a.m.

 
 
People that only read news online are missing out on some good entertainment when they don’t read the comments on those stories. I read recently about 45-year-old Papa John’s Pizza delivery man Ramon Rodriguez that was arrested while using his delivery driver guise to deliver drugs. He had made 19 deliveries, selling more than $40,000 worth of drugs over two years and presumably the authorities were following his activities to catch the bigger fish so to speak. One of his co-workers was shocked and said, “He used to hit us all up for money, food and gas. We were always giving him $20 to $30 at a time.”  So what is wrong with that? Sounds like a sound financial plan to me. Remember you can live on the interest, but never touch your principal.
 
 Here are just a few of the comments:
 
“Introducing Papa John’s new Coke Nose Supreme.”;
 
“Like some Coke with that pizza?”;
 
“Maybe he needed money for his health care, since his hours were reduced.”;
 
“Better pizza, better drugs - Papa John’s.”;
 
“Supply and demand, supply and demand.”;
 
“That’s the only thing I would actually consider buying from there. The drugs are probably safer than those $#!++* @$$ pizzas.”;
 
“But, but, but it’s oregano!”;
 
“Do you suppose he’ll get unemployment?”;
 
“Oh, I usually just order my pizza with mushrooms, onions and green peppers.”;
 
“If they busted him the first time where would they get their drugs? They busted him because he raised the prices.”;
 
“I wonder if those pizzas had “shrooms” instead of the regular fungi?”;
 
“Capitalism.”;
 
“I was expecting more stoner pizza jokes. You people disappoint me….”;
 
“Did Colbert know about this?”;
 
“Is there a coupon for that?”;
 
 
 
“First Los Pollos Hermanos, now this!” (If you aren’t a Breaking Bad fan you didn’t get this);
 
“President Obama knew about this at least three weeks prior to Ramon’s arrest! Hillary bought one of the pizzas! The IRS was targeting Papa John’s for selling cocaine! SCANDALS!”
 
 

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