Monday, September 15, 2014

Hey Hey


Police Report from August 6, 2014

I was intrigued by the "Police called to the 700 block ..." story I happened upon, and determined  to find from whence it came.  Zionsville, IN.

At 10:22 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, police responded to the 700 block of Russell Lake East Drive. Caller stated neighbors were yelling "hey" back and forth at each other. Zionsville Times Sentinel

I liked that it happened.


bocopro said...

Jeeez, Zionsville. That's about 4 miles as the crow flies from the house I grew up in on the outskirts of Lebanon. Used to fish in a coupla ponds there and hunt rabbits & quail in wintertime.

Mostly cornfields and soybeans back in the 40s and 50s. Think the Zionsville population was under a thousand 'til the 70s or so. Interstate 65 came along in the 50s and made it a bedroom community for NapTown.

Ah, the ignominious decline of Middle America.

Esteve said...

So volleyball is the secret to big buns or big buns is the secret to volleyball? And the comradery, hey.

DougM said...

Wellp …
could'a been worse.

Helly said...


Jason in KT said...

Reminded of the Far Side cartoon about the man who invented a dog translator. All of the barks were "Hey!"

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