Boners

Boner Fight for October 25th, 2018

BONER CANDIDATE #1: CAN I JUST GET A HUG?

A Texas man on trial in the shooting death of his father made an unusual request after the alleged crime took place, a neighbor testified Tuesday. “He asked for a hug,” Maria Torres told the jury, according to the San Antonio Express-News. Jesse David Vasquez Jr., 44, was fatally shot on April 17, 2016. His 24-year-old son, Jesse David Vasquez III, is charged with the killing. Torres testified that she heard “pops” from the house diagonally across from hers. When she crossed the street to see what happened, she looked inside the house and saw Ann Vasquez, the victim’s wife, attempting CPR on her husband, the newspaper reported. The younger Vasquez was outside the home, appearing “high, kinda nervous and frightened,” the witness said. When she asked why he shot his father, Vasquez shrugged, Torres said. “He said he didn’t regret it, he wasn’t sorry,” she recalled, according to the newspaper. Police arrived, but the father died before he could receive medical attention, according to the report.

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BONER CANDIDATE #2: NEIGHBORHOOD RULES CLEARLY STATE NO LIVESTOCK

A Pensacola woman is helping monarch butterflies fulfill their lifecycle. Krissa White started a butterfly garden in her front yard six years ago. It’s a place where caterpillars and butterflies are nurtured throughout their growing cycle. It’s also the source of a lot of debate in her neighborhood. Krissa White is one of the best friends a monarch butterfly can have. She is a retired teacher with a passion for nature. White says, “We gotta keep them here so we can have a good food source” Her front yard has butterfly-friendly plants and trees. “I have been known to bring them in, help them through their life cycle and once their adults and those wings are flapping I let them fly,” mentioned White. She is also on the do not spray list for mosquitoes in the area. “That prevents the caterpillars and butterflies from dying it’s a horrible, horrible sadness. I do feel like neighbors do think I’m the cause and one other person on the do not spray list for the whole a neighborhood to no get sprayed and that’s erroneous and I would like that corrected,” said White. White goes out of her way to help the colorful creatures, which have been declining in population throughout the years.

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