So, it's come to this: http://www.kxxv.com/global/story.asp?s=10150486
To summarize, we have two men who were eating in their room at a hotel in downtown Waco, Texas. One of them experienced flatulence (I am assuming he was making room for dessert.) The other man (we'll call him the fartee) apparently became so upset that he grabbed a large knife and threw it at the man who farted (we'll came him the farter.) The knife hit the farter in the leg, cutting him.
Wait, it gets better ...
The fartee was quite displeased with his aim, so he crosses the room, picks up the knife that he just threw, and stabs the farter in the left side of his chest.
The farter was admitted to the hospital with non life threatning injuries, and the fartee was jailed for aggrevated assault.
Folks, you can't make this stuff up.
BTW, if urination is a #1 and defacation is a #2, then what is a fart? #1.9?
Obviously, this story would not even be mentioned outside of Waco if #1.9 wasn't the reason for the assault. Because of it, this story is getting major play. And, now that the AP has picked up the story, everybody is going to know about it.
The funniest thing to come out of this are the reader comments posted to the online news sites. I bet news sites have regretted from the beginning that they allowed anyone and everyone to comment on online news items. I don't know how many variations of the phrase "this story smells funny" I've read today. Probably too many. It's news items like these that will generate the non stop deluge of lame juvenile humor. Suddenly, we're all in grade school.
Truly, there are no words one can say regarding an incident like this.
Maybe lots of low grumbling noises and hands waving in mid air, but no words.
Aw, crap. Now I'm doing it. Oh, well.
In a couple of days, this too shall pass ...
Stop it, Randy! Stop it!