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Officer is kilted to kick cancer

Original post made on Sep 18, 2012

Two years ago, Danville Police motor officer Jason Hoschouer was relaxing at the Scottish Games in Pleasanton with San Francisco Fire Department paramedic Justin Schorr. As the two enjoyed the festivities, Hoschouer extolled the virtues of his celebratory attire -- a kilt.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, September 17, 2012, 3:44 PM

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Posted by Alamo Resident
a resident of Alamo
on Sep 18, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Men in Kilts -- I had no idea it was Prostate Cancer Awareness attire -- I thought it was a fashion statement.


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Posted by Derek
a resident of Danville
on Sep 18, 2012 at 2:58 pm

Q. Is anything worn under the kilt?

A. No, everything is still in good order, thank you.


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Posted by cardinal
a resident of Diablo
on Sep 20, 2012 at 8:53 am

A scotsman had imbibed overmuch at the local pub. On his way home, he sat against a tree by the rood, and took a snooze. Two comely and spirited young lasses soon happened along the path. Naturally curious, one of them lifted the stout scot's kilt to behold the manly wonder that rested there. Giggling, the oother lass took a red ribbon from her hair and tied it about his manhood.

When the scotsman awoke seveal hours later to answer nature's call, he was surprised at what he found: "Aye laddie," he mused, "I dunno whair ye've been, but I see ye won second prize!"

Humour is the best med'cine!


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