Monday, May 28, 2012

From the DSLC NEWS "WHAT'S THE ODDS OF THIS?" A random garage sale purchase surprises a 13-year-old with a picture of a relative he had never known.

When Addison Logan, 13, opened an old Polaroid camera he bought at a garage sale, he and his grandmother got a big surprise: a picture of her son -- his uncle -- who died 23 years ago. The person with him is possibly a high school girlfriend.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Cameras can't bring back the dead — or can they?

Addison Logan, 13, had broken his arm in a motocross accident and was looking for things to do. So on Thursday, he went shopping at garage sales with his grandmother in west Wichita, Kan.

At the third garage sale, he spotted an old Polaroid Impulse — a cool find, given that a lot of popular online photo filters imitate what these cameras used to do. He bought the Polaroid for $1.

But it didn't work when he took it home. After looking at some videos on YouTube, he realized he needed another antique: film.

He cracked the camera open and found a bit of history inside: a classic photo of a young guy and girl hanging out.

He showed the photo to his grandmother.

"Wow," she said, and kept staring at the photograph.

"That's your uncle," she said.

Addison's uncle, Scott Logan, was her son, who died 23 years ago in a car crash.

Addison's dad, Blake Logan, didn't believe it at first when his son tried to tell him about the photo.

"He called me at work that afternoon, and I just kind of brushed it off, and it didn't really hit me until I got home and he showed it to me," Blake Logan said. "The more time has passed, I just realize the astronomical odds of something like that happening. It baffles me and gives me goose bumps to think about."

Addison, of course, had never met his uncle, who died 10 years before he was born.

"I knew it was an old photo," Addison said, "but I just thought it was a random person."

Many family photos vanished in a flood a few years back, so there aren't many photos of Scott left.

The family thinks the girl in the photograph was a high school girlfriend.

How did the camera wind up at the garage sale? The seller has no idea where it came from or where it's been all these years.

Blake Logan knew he had to show the photo to Dayne, Scott's son, who was 3 when his dad died.

"I just sent him a private message and said, 'I think your dad wants to say hi,' " Blake Logan said.

For now, the camera and the photograph sit on a countertop, with family and friends stopping by to look at it and figure out what to do with it.

"It's just a conversation piece right now," Blake Logan said. "But the more time passes, the more it seems significant. One thing that has also struck me — I put this on my Facebook account, and the people's reaction to it has really kind of been overwhelming. It really moves people, and the more it moves them, I think the more it moves me."

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And now the Detective Shavedlongcock's "REST OF THE STORY"

Young Addison also found this photo jammed in the camera. It was a picture his Uncle Scott Logan had taken to send into Hustler's Magazine "Beaver Hunt Contest". It appears his uncle was trying to win a few dollars to get rid of the death trap car he was driving but it was too late...His uncle died in a car wreck....

Photo courtesy of Detective Shavedlongcock's vast collection of old girlfriends

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Had that Polaroid of your "girlfriend" been pre-op, the blue "DSLC News CENSORED" box would've had to be rotated 90 degrees to cover her dick.

Now, it's horizontal as it only has to conceal the surgical scars and her surgically-created "clit".

That being said, the tit job came out magnificently, Shaver!

Aldo Raine

Anonymous said...

Is this photo of Karen Carpenter in the nude?

Anonymous said...

That is definately a cheerleader from Oak Lawn, "Give Me A Pee"!

Anonymous said...

PUH-lease, Shaved. Uncover THAT rack.

Anonymous said...

So I'm guessing that "she" has her cock tucked safely back in her ass crack in this picture?

My wife does the same thing.

il Mustachio

Anonymous said...

I'd hit that shit and then bust a nut in between those giant gazongers!

Anonymous said...

she looks half black.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
So I'm guessing that "she" has her cock tucked safely back in her ass crack in this picture?

My wife does the same thing.

il Mustachio

May 28, 2012 5:16

you are fuckin; HYSTERICAL!!!!!!!!!

Lethargic Spirochete said...

Addison should consider himself lucky that he never met that uncle.

Additional never-before-seen Polaroids were also discovered which depicted good ol' Uncle Scott with his lips wrapped around the pre-pubescent cocks of several of Addison's older brother's classmates.

Uncle Scott didn't perish in a car crash 23 years ago. He was killed by the father of one of his victims...after he was made to suck that father's cock just for good measure.

Anonymous said...

18? I was seeing stuff like that when I was 16.

I Voted For Obama said...

As a boy growing up in his native Indonesia, a Polaroid Land camera was the only camera Obama could find. We cannot talk about what the new buyer found when he bought it at a Hyde Park garage sale.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
18? I was seeing stuff like that when I was 16.

May 28, 2012

Your Dad after his sex change doesn't count. Loser.

Anonymous said...

I'd fuck me. I'd fuck me soooooo hard.....

Anonymous said...

NICE