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Boner Candidates for November 14th, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: NO CHARGES FILED…REALLY?

St. George Police continue to investigate the death of a family dog named Chewy at the hands of a neighbor after a Facebook posting of a young girl describing the incident appeared on Facebook. “On November 11th, at approximately 4:30 p.m., St. George Police Officers were dispatched to a report of a dog that had been killed in the area of 2040 East, in St. George. It was reported that the dog was killed by a neighbor,” St. George Police reported on its Facebook page. “What is known and is not in dispute, is that a small dog entered the neighbor’s yard and approached the man, who was maintaining his landscaping. The man swung a long handled pruning sheer at the dog when it approached him. The sheers ended up striking the dog in the head, killing it instantly,” police said in the posting.

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Boner Candidate #2: HE’S NOT A BAD KID. I MEAN HE STARTED A FOREST FIRE, BUT HE’S NOT A BAD KID.

An aspiring internet weatherman in eastern Kentucky was recently arrested on second-degree arson charges after authorities say he intentionally started a wildfire, the Associated Press reports. According to police, 21-year-old Johnny Mullins admitted to setting the fire to bring wider attention to his videos on Facebook. “He likes to do Facebook videos and have people follow him on his ‘weather forecast,’ so that’s pretty much why he did what he did,” James Stephens, police chief of Jenkins, Kentucky, told the AP. “He enjoyed the attention he got from the Facebook stuff.” In his most recent video, titled “Dangerous Forest fires to continue,” Mullins stands in front of a smoldering background and warns viewers to be “extremely careful if you’re out there.”

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Boner Candidate #3: I DON’T MEAN TO BE A RACIST

John Sousa, who works at Wesley Chapel High School in Pasco County near Tampa, Florida, was suspended after telling a group of black students: ‘Don’t make me call Donald Trump and get you sent back to Africa’ A white high school teacher has been suspended for telling his black students: ‘Don’t make me call Donald Trump and get you sent back to Africa.’ John Sousa, who works at Wesley Chapel High School in Pasco County near Tampa, Florida, was disciplined following the racist remarks he made to a group of teenagers.

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