Another week in the books, football’s starting and out here we’re still going to the beach and having backyard parties. Kind of a lean week but as I’m writing this blog The Fappening Part 2 is happening, but as opposed to posting the link and getting thrown in Twitter jail, I’m just gonna recap the week. Let’s get rolling, shall we? – @SaintBrendan
MAN CALLING HIMSELF THE “MISSION IMPOSSIBLE THIEF”…CAUGHT
Who steals laptops anymore? Gotta knock off phones or something smaller and the only laptops people wanna buy are MacBooks anyway, right? Plus, I doubt the guy has even seen the movie otherwise he would have gone with Ethan Hunt for a nickname. Just some really dirty pool on Steven’s part, plus getting caught on a bike? Be less of a master thief. You can’t.
SFWeekly – Parents and other faculty members were pretty upset about the whole thing, some calling on the school district to boot her from her gig as a history and science teacher. But today the cops tell CBS News that her nasty thoughts were just that: nasty thoughts. And nothing more.
Police confirmed that Hodges’ tweets were “inappropriate and unprofessional” but not criminal. First off, gotta love whoever favorited that first tweet. Showing some real moxy. But more importantly, any chick who wears sunglasses in some sort of profile picture, avi or whatever is not all that she’s cracked up to be. Ever see a chick with multiple sunglasses photos on Tinder? Wet toast city. So yeah, this chick is harmless. Probably doesn’t even have a cutco knife in her drawer.
CHINATOWN GANGSTER “SHRIMP BOY” SUING MAYOR OF SAN FRANCISCO OVER BRIBERY CHARGES
So let me get this straight, the gangster, who is already federally indicted for gun/drug trafficking charges, is suing the mayor for taking his money as a bribe? I mean that’s amazing, just totally disregarding the G-code, who would have thought of that. But yeah, Ed Lee right now?
The A’s have lost 12 of their last 18 and have gone from winning the AL West to battling for a wildcard
Live look in at the A’s bandwagon:
And finally tonight, kid suspended for sharing his lunch with another kid at school
F ox News – Kyle Bradford, a student at Weaverville Elementary School in Weaverville, Calif., was disciplined after sharing his chicken burrito with a friend who didn’t like the cheese sandwich he was given by the cafeteria, KRCR-TV reported.
“It seemed like he couldn’t get a normal lunch so I just wanted to give mine to him because I wasn’t really that hungry and it was just going to go in the garbage if I didn’t eat it,” Bradford told the website. The Trinity Alps Unified School District, however, has rules that prohibit students from sharing food — claiming that students can have allergies their classmates may not be aware of, according to the website.
The policies set by the district say that students can have allergies that another student may not be aware of. “We have a policy that prohibits students from exchanging meals. Of course if students are concerned about other students not having enough to eat we would definitely want to consider that, but because of safety and liability we cannot allow students to actually exchange meals,” Tom Barnett, the Superintendent of the Trinity Alps Unified School District, told the website.
Only in California does this happen and it’s why we get a bad rap. We’re so PC we can’t even get out of our own way and now we’re punishing kids for being nice? Pretty sure this kid is old enough to know what he’s allergic to and probably has three epi-pens on him at all time. Instead of focusing in on potential lawsuits, why not focus in on helping kids read earlier or getting them exercise. Back in my day, there wasn’t all this fuss or school lunches. I might have traded my one from home a lot but I sure as hell didn’t care about food allergies, just getting my fix.