The longest line she's ever walked in her life
A man who was allegedly driving drunk — and transporting an untapped keg — crashed a stolen golf cart into a public safety vehicle at Oregon State University.
The crash happened at 7:30 p.m., shortly after the football team’s loss to Stanford. Ted Wayne Cersovski, 28, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and two counts of reckless endangering.
The golf cart belonged to the OSU golf team, and Cersovski said he paid $20 to “a college guy” for it.
OSU’s Department of Public Safety was dispatched to a report of a golf cart on lawns near 26th Street and Campus Way. An officer followed the vehicle, and turned on its lights to get it to pull over. After ordering the driver to stop four times and getting no compliance, the public safety officer positioned his vehicle in front of the golf cart and stopped about 20 feet in front of it. The golf cart hit the side of the car at about 5 mph, and the driver was taken into custody after a brief struggle.
He remained uncooperative with law enforcement, and refused field sobriety tests and later a breath test at jail, according to officers. The driver had a 26-year-old and 20-year-old male in the golf cart with him. They said he pulled up to them and invited them to go for a ride. The 20-year-old was cited for minor in possession of alcohol.
Ahhh… did you smell that? It’s the smell of the joys of college: doing random crap and hardly thinking of the consequences. Those were the days. Article here.
So this goes down in the books for stupid ass sh*t for sale on eBay (just to be blunt… I mean why sugar coat it?).
The Johnson County Community College (Kansas) newspaper posted this picture with the heading, "Goals Gone Wild - Four Good Reasons to Support the Team." The sports bras the girls are wearing in the picture read, “Big Johnson Soccer.”
According to the school's athletic director, the picture of two female soccer players lifting up their shirts to reveal sports bras should not have been printed and reflects badly on women's sports at the school adding, "I don't think it portrays the image of what our athletes are."
The college newspapers editor in chief, Joshua Seiden, says that "What we believe is appropriate or inappropriate is up to everybody's interpretation," and adds that the two smiling ladies in the picture saw it before it was printed and that neither of them have complained about it. Click here for article and video coverage.
I really don’t have much to add to this, other than this is just darn plain funny. I mean, its obvious the newspaper should of thought twice before publishing it.
An assistant high school football coach was suspended for at least a year after he was caught on videotape moving a field marker to help his team win.
A videotape shows the coach, Paul Bryan, improperly moving the marker to help San Pedro High School gain a first down on a critical play late in an Oct. 28 game. San Pedro scored on the drive and won the game against Gardena High School, 13-12.
"That was a pretty blatant act," San Pedro High Principal Diana Gelb said Tuesday. "In order to set an example and not be looking over our shoulders next season, it was important to send out a clear message that San Pedro is a place of academic excellence, sportsmanship and ethics."
Bryan, who has coached at the school for 23 years, declined to comment on the disciplinary action. He said last week that he expected a two-game suspension. San Pedro won the Marine League title and advanced to the quarterfinals of the L.A. City Section playoffs before losing to Sylmar High School last week.
I know that high school is where ‘dreams’ are made… and winning is everything. But, I mean come on! Seriously, the guy moved a field marker!?! I guess this story would have been quite a bit different if the team had actually gone on to win the state championship. All I know is that I’d be hard to come back and coach any returning kids the following year- because they would have no respect for this guy as a coach. Article here.
Say you're in an elevator in a high-rise office building, and the car begins to free-fall from the 65th floor. What do you do?