Street justice in the age of Obama:
San Diego police say a 16-year-old boy throwing rocks at a sport utility vehicle was struck by a crossbow bolt fired by a passenger.
Police say the shirtless boy and a friend were throwing rocks at a black Toyota RAV4 in the Linda Vista neighborhood Monday afternoon when a passenger fired a crossbow out the window.
Maybe it’s a new game — Rock, Toyota, Crossbow…
A little light reading for the beach?
Some books that are not on the president’s official reading list but were spotted in Mr. Obama’s arms by reporters from the Associated Press and Los Angeles Times who were inside the bookstore as he shopped include Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” and “Room” by Emma Donoghue.
Brave New World? Isn’t that the instruction manual for his administration?
President Barack Obama’s Department of Labor launched a new Smartphone app last week that tells outdoor workers when it’s hot and humid outside.
The DOL’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s new “Heat Safety Tool,” designed for outdoor workers who are already outside, tells workers the temperature and humidity level of where they’re at. From that data, the app calculates the “heat index” and “risk level” for workers in the given location….
The “Heat Safety Tool” app provides a color-coded “risk level” scale, ranging from yellow or “lower” risk to red or “very high to extreme” risk. When the risk-level is “lower” the app recommends workers “drink plenty of water, even if you’re not thirsty.” When it’s “very high to extreme,” the app says workers should “establish a water drinking schedule” of about four cups per hour and “set up cool, shaded rest areas.”
Yet there is apparently no waste whatsoever in our federal budget…
Barry’s Magical Misery Tour Bus was built in Canada.
What a hoser.
The Rockaway, NJ PD conducted a six week prostitution sting at a donut shop.
They dubbed it “Operation Extra Sugar.” With a side of cream?
After extensively investigating her activities, cops arrested 29 year old Melissa Redmond for offering “coffee, tea, or me” at a Rt 46 drive-thru Dunkin Donuts.
Or should that be “Dunkin Ho-nuts?” And no, I won’t make the obvious dunkin ho joke!
According to the report, repeat customers were given a discount. Maybe she took Groupons? Or Grope-ons?
A spokesman for the Dunkin Donuts national office declined to comment.