Man calls 911 at least 12 times over bar bill

In the how to not use 911 category we have this story.
Post Falls police Capt. Pat Knight says an officer gave Phillip Poissonnier of Post Falls a ride home after he was kicked out of Club Tequila just after 1 a.m. Monday, The Associated Press reports.
But that wasn’t good enough for him. No he called 911 12 times asking police to come back so they can discuss his bar bill. It should be noted that the bartender showed the receet which shows that he payed $30 for the 10 beers he ordered. That means each beer was $3.
Well, now he faces a $1,000 fine and a year in jail. at the rate of beer consumption at $3 that would be 333.333333 beers.


hollywood birthdays for March 31, 2015

Today’s Birthdays: Actor William Daniels (“St. Elsewhere”) is 88. Actor Richard Chamberlain is 81. Actress Shirley Jones is 81. Country singer-songwriter John D. Loudermilk is 81. Musician Herb Alpert is 80. Actor Christopher Walken is 72. Comedian Gabe Kaplan (“Welcome Back Kotter”) is 71. Actress Rhea Perlman (“Cheers”) is 67. Actor Ed Marinaro (“Hill Street Blues,” ‘Sisters”) is 65. Guitarist Angus Young of AC/DC is 60. Bassist Bob Crawford of The Avett Brothers is 44. Actor Ewan (U’-en) McGregor is 44. Rapper Tony Yayo is 37. Guitarist Jack Antonoff of fun. and of Bleachers is 31. Actress Jessica Szohr (“Gossip Girl”) is 30. h/t The Associated Press

quote for March 31, 2015

Here is today’s quote via The Associated Press
Thought for Today: “The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest minds of past centuries. Rene Descartes (ren-AY’ day-KART’), French philosopher and mathematician (born this date in 1596, died in 1650).

statue of a bull with a peanus is gone

The statue is still there minus the peanus. People were unhappy that a statue of a bull had a peanus on it. They found that the large device was unbecoming.
The owner says he didn’t do it because his neighbers complained, he did it because he didn’t like it.
The owner of Barista’s Restaurant tells the Spectrum that he told the city: “I am not removing the penis for you or because of your complaints. I don’t like you. I’m doing it for me. I just decided it would look better without the weenie. And oh my God! It’s beautiful, Newser reports.
He doesn’t like the peanus because it “looks like a party hat” and that was not cool with him.
Ward says he paid $130,000 for the bull sculpture in Las Vegas, which he placed on a perch outside the restaurant. The outrage over the statue’s “party hat,” which led to a petition to revoke the restaurant’s license, was just the latest in a series of disputes between Ward and local residents, who declare that he is rood and has bad food and bad business practices.
He says that the bull and the debate has helped him from the amount of people coming into his store.
“I am having fun with all the attention and it’s brought in more customers,” he says.

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what happens when you blindly follow GPS?

As if we need more reasons to not follow a GPS blindly here comes this story.
In East Chicago, Indiana, a man drove off a ramp to a bridge that no longer exists, injuring himself and killing his wife, the Times of Northwest Indiana reports. Mr. Iftikhar Hussain, 64, was the one who was behind the wheel when he drove off a bridge because his GPS told him to do so.
“The Cline Avenue bridge is marked with numerous barricades including orange barrels and cones, large wood signs stating ‘Road Closed’ with orange striped markings,” a sheriff’s rep says. “There are concrete barricades across the road to further indicate the road is closed.
Somehow he disregarded all of that and fell 38 feet killing his wife, Zohra, and causing his car to burst into flames.

states want to name things officially

Every state has official things the state flower, state bird, the state whatever. But, if you ask me some of these (that were compiled from the Associated Press) are a little insane in the membrain! We should focus on more important topics such as education. ___
Here are some of the more unique categories and the nominees:

ALASKA: hostess, Miss Alaska

CONNECTICUT: pioneering aircraft, Gustave Whitehead’s Number 21

FLORIDA: honey, Tupelo honey

KANSAS: stone bridge capital, Cowley County

KENTUCKY: cycling capital of the commonwealth, London

MAINE: maritime sloop, Friendship sloop

MASSACHUSETTS: Tai Chi form, Five Elements Tai Chi

MISSOURI: “wonder dog,” Jim the Wonder Dog

NEW JERSEY: inventor, Thomas Alva Edison

OHIO: rock song, “Hang On Sloopy

TENNESSEE: firearm, Barrett Model 82A1 Rifle

VERMONT: vegetable, Gilfeather turnip

WYOMING: legendary creature, the jackalope


SOURCE: Netstate Chronicle
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