(updated 30 Jan 03)

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The Trial of Billy LoJack
(Title by SpinyNorma@aol.com)

Wisconsin -- A 42-year-old man has been arrested for stalking his ex-girlfriend with the help of a global positioning device secretly placed in her car.

We were just so darn punny this week...

A real Wiscon-sin! (Baitsmotel6@aol.com)

There's a law against badgering in Wisconsin. (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

The new invention everyone's stalking about. (Baitsmotel6@aol.com)

Following Swedish Ex-Girlfriend's Car Leads to Saab Story (mgrauman@aol.com)

He recently stalked her for a thousand miles before figuring out that her car had been stolen by some Irish Travelers. (kayladykay@aol.com)

I can't help it if she goes to the same OB-GYN as I do. (kaylor@mail.com)

...Which honestly was NOT pre-conceived to be a segue to the next entry...

Stalkers: Thay're everywhere you want to be. (thesoundvault@attbi.com)

Wisconsin? Car? If he had really wanted to keep track of her, he would have stashed the thing in her snowmobile. (HerzogVon@aol.com)

This is what happens when you break up with a guy by telling him he's like a "big brother" to you! (angelspoonmin@aol.com)

GM is marketing this device as "On-Stalker" (StanYan1@aol.com)

Tom Laughlin has optioned the story for a proposed movie, "The Trial of Billy LoJack." (SpinyNorma@aol.com)

The judge ordered him to not come within 50,000 miles of her. (kamasushi@aol.com)

A Wisconsin GPS device being a younger brother locked in the trunk with a cell phone, repeating "Can you hear me now?" (seeker@vcoms.net)

Today's winner, jaynashvil@aol.com, believes the motive might not be as sinister as we thought:

His defense: He's lost without her. (jaynashvil@aol.com)