Jun 21, 2008


This story's worthy of the Obscure Store. Visit southwest Washington's lovely Yale Reservoir, and spend hours dodging a hail of bullets:
Clark County sheriff's deputies responding to frantic 911 calls last weekend located the source of the gunfire. They drove around the lake and arrested Jacob Michael Johnson, 25, of Vancouver, who acknowledged that he'd been firing three guns, including an AK-47 assault-style rifle, according to the deputies' report.
As a bonus, the reason every high school student in the state should be required to take a physics class:
Informed that his bullets were ricocheting off the water into the campground, Johnson said he didn't know bullets could do that, the report said.
Apparently, Johnson never skipped a stone in his life.

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