Treasure Island

Joe Rosochacki

A Record Breaking No Deal

Charles Ray Fuller had a check his girlfriend’s mother gave him,
So he said,
To start a record company, (a record company? I thought LP’s were gone 20 years ago.)
Anyway, so he said.
He gave the teller the check and then,
She discovered that the amount written out is forgery that she did know,
$360,000,000,000.00 so he said.
Charles Ray Fuller was a fuller of manure,
When he did to secure,
The cashing of the check.
In addition to his forgery charge;
………………………………… Fuller was charged with unlawfully
carrying a weapon and possessing marijuana. Officers reported finding
less than 2 ounces of marijuana and a.25-caliber handgun and magazine
in his pockets.

This one will fill the number one spot in the ‘de-de-de’ court dockets.


Submitted: Wednesday, May 06, 2009

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