Goodbye Slack, Hello Prostitute!

Horrible week for The FYC, my apologies. I've been gearing up for summer and summer is not exactly conducive to blogging, what with all it's bbqs and pools and extra sunlight. I'll try better next week (total lie).

Anyways, just wanted to wish a fond farewell to longtime blog friend Slack LaLane. Ace is hanging things up in good fashion on the ol' blog, not letting it go whimpering into the night, but instead leaving us with one last Saved By The Bell clip. Mucho appreciante, Senor Ace. If you want to see what he's up to in the future, the Phish friendly Hidden Track is where he's now laying his hat. Check it out if you're so inclined. Go. Do it! Now!

Also, great news story from the ever crime riddled world of Peoria:

Peoria man robbed by pimp and prostitute

PEORIA - A Peoria man said he was swindled out of money by a prostitute and a pimp early Thursday after he had been drinking at Downtown pubs for hours.

The 27-year-old victim told police he went for a walk about 1:30 a.m. and stumbled upon a prostitute at the corner of Monroe Street and Spalding Avenue.¹

The woman convinced the victim to follow her behind a house in the 400 block of Monroe where she then demanded he pay her $12, police reports said.

The victim, who later denied making a deal for a sex act in exchange for money², said because he was intoxicated he decided to just give the woman the money.

As he pulled out his wallet, a man wearing a white tank top emerged from the shadows behind the house.

"We're real. Give it up," the man said to the victim, reports said.

The man then slapped the wallet out of the victim's hand, took an undisclosed amount of money from it, threw it back on the ground and ran with the woman into the darkness toward Spalding.³

¹ What luck!
² Yeah... riiight.
³ I hope he was wearing this.

[have a great summer weekend, kids. have fun drinking, but watch out for the pimps.]

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