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....... the song's not that long really. don't be such a pussy, if it was that bad maybe he should have got up earlier?

did the cops over react? dunno but seems a bit harsh if he didn't really press the issue.

personally i would have pissed myself on the spot.
The cop did him a favor if he was heard saying "'I don't care about God Bless America" in NYC a week before the anniversary of 911 he would have got his ass kicked in the stands.
Hey, we allow people to be as patriotic or unpatriotic as they want. This guy wants to use the extended break in the 7th inning to go take a piss, he has the right. You don't have to stand still for any song, whether it offends you or not.`
Will it blend? That is the question.
March Madness heroes Mario Chalmers and Darrell Arthur were thrown out of the NBA's rookie transition program on Wednesday morning after being caught in their hotel room with marijuana and women, according to several sources.

"The players were sent home for violating program rules," NBA spokesman Tim Frank said. "They will be appropriately sanctioned and will have to repeat the program next year."

Sources said Chalmers and Arthur, who starred on the Kansas Jayhawks' 2008 NCAA championship team, were also fined $20,000 apiece and could start the regular season on the suspended list. But NBA spokesman Brian McIntyre would not confirm that.

"We're still looking into it," McIntyre said. "Once we have all the details, appropriate sanctions will be taken."

The players were caught by hotel security at the Doral Arrowwood resort in Rye Brook, N.Y., where 69 of the league's rookies arrived last night for the four-day seminar in which coaches, referees and former players speak about adapting to the league. Having visitors at the rookie transition program is not permitted.

Chalmers, who sank the game-tying, buzzer-beating 3-pointer that forced overtime in Kansas' 75-68 championship victory over Memphis, was drafted 34th by Minnesota. He was quickly traded to Miami, where he is expected to vie for the starting point guard position after playing well during summer league. Chalmers played three seasons for the Jayhawks.

Arthur, also an early-entry candidate who played two years at Kansas, was a sympathetic figure on draft night. Roundly believed to have lottery-type talent, Arthur sank to the 27th spot after erroneous rumors of a health problem circulated throughout the league.

Then, after being selected by New Orleans, the 6-foot-9 forward was traded to Portland, then Houston, before finally settling in Memphis.

"He will be sanctioned at a later date, and he will have to repeat the program next year," Grizzlies team spokesman Dustin Krugel said.

Kansas coach Bill Self stood by his former players.

"We really don't know all the facts yet, and I certainly would never comment publicly on any personal matter concerning any player I have ever coached," he said. "Beyond that, I can say that both Mario and Darrell were great to coach. They played a huge role in our success the past few years, in large part due to their unselfishness and the sacrifices they made for our program."
Will it blend? That is the question.
what's the NBA coming too, you can't even have some hookers and weed... c'mon people this is how champions are made
A Buffalo Grove woman was defrauded out of $9,000 by two con artists who told her they had a winning lottery ticket and needed help cashing it, police said Tuesday.

Police said the 57-year-old victim was approached Monday while shopping at Wal-Mart, at 1455 E. Lake Cook Rd., Wheeling.

Two women told the victim that they were in the country illegally and needed help collecting on a winning lottery ticket. In return, they said, they would give the victim $40,000, said Buffalo Grove police Cmdr. Steve Husak.

Outside the store, one of the women called a phone number, then told the victim that they needed $20,000 to cash the ticket, Husak said.

The victim drove the two to her house in Buffalo Grove and got $4,000. She then drove to her bank, also in Buffalo Grove, where she withdrew an additional $5,000. She put the money in a purse and gave it to the women, Husak said.

The women asked to be driven to a Walgreens at 1701 N. Buffalo Grove Rd., where the victim became suspicious and asked that her purse be returned. It was, but the purse was stuffed with paper and the women fled, officials said.

Detectives were reviewing video from surveillance cameras at Wal-Mart, the bank and the drugstore, Husak said.
People who pull shit like that deserved to be shot.
Will it blend? That is the question.
Prog Wrote:People who pull shit like that deserved to be shot.

I'm sorry but if the woman was that dumb and greedy she deserved to loose 9K, but you are right they should also find the assholes that did this and hang them.
That sounds like a real life Nigerian scam. I can't believe people fall for that shit.
Police: Man blames bad driving on spilled beer

Dashboard video:


Tue Sep 9, 6:22 PM ET

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A man with four previous drunken driving convictions who was stopped for weaving in and out of traffic on Interstate 40 was ready with an excuse for his poor driving: his passenger spilled his beer.

Not surprisingly, the man was arrested just before midnight Saturday, said state police officer Kurtis Ward, who said he initially thought the driver was joking.

"He was so matter of fact about it, like it wasn't a big deal," Ward said.

The 31-year-old man was allegedly too drunk to perform field sobriety tests and was arrested on aggravated drunken driving charges, court records said.

Ward found four opened bottles of beer in the car, court records showed.

It was the man's sixth DWI arrest. He had been found guilty of four of five previous drunken driving charges and has paid $1,750 in fines, the DWI Resource Center said.

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