NASHVILLE, May 14 (WSMV-TV, Nashville, reported Monday. He said the the plans were the most beautiful, perfectly formed hydrangeas he had ever seen. “They were just perfect in rows and pots,” Teitleff said of the plants he scooped up from the park. “I knew it was wrong. I thought all along that I was borrowing them. But th stayed with me all th time,” Teitleff said. “Now it’s been 54 years, and I’ve got the root and same flowers that they have accepted back now. Th doesn’t clear what I did. That’s between me and him (points to the sky). But th between me and the people here at the park, and they’ve accepted wholeheartedly.”
Okay, you probably think I am going to make fun of poor Bill. But, similar to your love of Zubaz, you are totally wrong. Clearly, he has been wrestling with th guilt for over half a century, which makes me wonder why he didn’t return them sooner, but that a question for another day. Or never, as it were. Regardless, I applaud Mr. Teitleff’s dedication to doing what right, even if it was crazy super late and now nobody cares and he basically wasted h life worrying about something dumb. I wonder what the impetus was to return these stolen sprouts to their rightful owner. Actually, I do know. Wall-E, anyone? Yeah, you know what I am talking about. The plant VITAL.
Note: I have on exactly no authority that th exactly what happened to Mr. Teitleff: