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Special to the DailyWho wants to party? On Saturday, friends of Plugger will be saying goodbye to their friend, who managed Mi Casa in Breckenridge for 15 years. Plugger (aka Brian Pietsch) is moving to Florida with his beautiful wife, Angel, son, Hunter and their dog, Aspen. The party starts at Mi Casa at 8:30 p.m., and the rumor is, his plane leaves on Sunday at 9 a.m. Ouch.
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Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world’s only daily column that found out what it takes to be forbidden from U.S. Forest Service property.

Gary Moody, 45, of Gardiner, Maine, is the subject of today’s column. Moody was caught standing in the tank of a New Hampshire outhouse after a 14-year-old girl spotted something strange staring back at her – and now Moody’s in trouble, according to the Kennebec Journal of Augusta, Maine.”… before we put anybody in contact with him, we had to decontaminate him,” said a captain at the sheriff’s department. “We treated him as if he were hazardous material.”

Police noted that since the door to the holding tank was locked from the outside, Moody must have crawled in through the toilet seat. It wasn’t clear how long he’d been in there.Moody was charged with criminal trespass, posted $250 bail and was forbidden from going within 100 yards of U.S. Forest Service property.



Let the jokes ensue …***

It’s Thursday, and we’re pooped – but not like Gary Moody. Let us know what’s stinking up your life on the voicemail at (970) 668-3998, ext. 257, or at summitup@summitdaily.com.We’re out cleaning our minds …


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