Man decides to do normal work, goes to jail.
The things a guy has to do these days just to pad his resume a little bit.
Gen Y is slowly inching towards becoming that romanticized portrayal of the Great Depression where hobos sell apples on street corners and people with degrees beat up children for newspapers pages to help treat the wife's jaundice, brought on from a steady diet of apple cores and oil filled water. In other words, we're becoming Barbados.
This happened somewhere with a bus. I think it was a young man that hijacked a bus, and followed the route, took fares, made all the stops on time, and did an overall bang-up job. I'm too lazy to hunt the article down.
HAhaha, my parents live in Penryn. I hope someone it Auburn or Loomis gets this guy a job.
|Rape Van Winkle |
This reminds me of the Seattle legend, of the homeless man who bough himself a nice outfit and charged admission to tourists at the Ballard Locks.
This was in summer. Supposedly, after only a few days, he made off with a few grand.
Good for him.
|Albuquerque Halsey |
Ok, please tell me this is real:
"Kevie became a professional bull rider on the Professional Bull Riders circuit. During his career he rode 21 times earning 5 qualified rides. Among his qualified rides he averaged 19.2 pts. He is listed as being a professional bull rider for 8 years and is still eligible to compete. His total career earnings are $3,496.35."
My absolute favorite part of this story is that things were going pretty smoothly for this guy until a local paper wrote a feature on him and his "new bar" without bothering to check into it. Meanwhile, people started immediately leaving comments on the article online claiming that they knew the guy and it was all bullshit from the start. So basically this newspaper's readers did infinitely more work on the article than the author did.
|Hammer Falls |
He started with one six pack. Why can't the property owner see that he has a goldmine sitting in a holding cell?
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