Friday night, we were at the Lake Springfield Tavern in Springfield, Illinois, and they had the news on. One of the suspects from the Boston Marathon bombings had been cornered in a boat in a person's backyard in Watertown, Massachusetts.
It was a standoff, but then we heard that the suspect had been captured, setting off some cheers and "great jobs" around the bar.
We were also in Springfield back when we found out that bin Laden had been killed. This time we were at the Curve Inn. There was a whole lot of cheering and toasting at that point.
So it would appear that good things happen to bad guys when we're here.
Like Yogi Said. --RoadDog
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