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Boner Fight for September 20th, 2017

Boner Candidate #1: ONCE AGAIN…SPORTS BUILDS CHARACTER.

Five football players at a Christian college in Illinois are accused of hazing a teammate last year — allegedly restraining the teen with duct tape before trying to sodomize him with an unidentified object. A judge in DuPage County signed arrest warrants late Monday for the players at Wheaton College — James Cooksey, Samuel TeBos, Kyler Kregel, Noah Spielman and Benjamin Pettway — on felony charges of aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint. The players, all of whom were listed on the team’s online roster as of early Tuesday, are expected to surrender to authorities sometime this week, the Chicago Tribune reported. The 19-year-old victim, who transferred to another college in Indiana after the alleged March 2016 incident, said the hazing had a “devastating” impact on his life.

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Boner Candidate #2: I WAS ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO STAY OUT OF THE STREET.

State Rep. Lynne DiSanto, R-Box Elder, was criticized by the state Democratic Party and others Tuesday and lost her position at a real estate firm after she made a post to Facebook that joked about striking protesters with a vehicle. The post consisted of a drawing of an SUV mowing down stick-figure people, plus three lines of text: “All Lives Splatter,” “Nobody cares about your protest” and “Keep your (expletive) out of the road.” The drawing and text appeared to be a so-called “meme” — an item that is copied and spread by numerous internet users. Above the meme, DiSanto wrote her own comment: “I think this is a movement we can all support.” She added the hashtag “all lives splatter” — a play on the slogan “All Lives Matter,” which arose in response to the Black Lives Matter movement — to make the post appear with other similar posts on Facebook.

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