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Top Cutlines -- 5/9/06

Anthony Perez rests his feet on his bass speakers while rewiring the speakers in the trunk of his car Monday, May 8, 2006, outside his Garden City, Kan., residence. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Garden City Telegram, Brad Nading)

Top Cutlines

1. Following the Class Action Law Suit filed by Rami Amaro and Staff, the entire town of Garden City, Kan was required to install oversized speakers in every vehicle. The suit was filed on behalf of the Tinfoil Brigade who said they wanted the oversized speakers and corresponding magnets because, “It makes our heads tingle when these cars drive by our trailers and we like that” -- Me.

2. Anthony's neighbor, not the sharpest tool in the shed, takes his fish back to the pet store because they don't sound like Anthony's bass speakers -- John Austin.

3. By hooking up his speakers to the flux capacitor Anthony will be able to annoy people he was he was stuck behind in traffic yesterday -- HC.

HM: Westside Story

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