Boners

Boner Candidate Preview May 25, 2016

Oh, that’s right, I forgot to mention: I shot a guy

On Tuesday, the police chief of Oregon’s largest city was placed on paid leave after allegedly misleading an investigator about a hunting accident last month. According to The Oregonian, Portland Police Chief Larry O’Dea failed to tell a responding officer he accidentally fired the shot that hit a friend in the back, instead suggesting the victim shot himself.

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You Could at Least Put Your Drinks Down

A man attempted a “flaming bar slide” at a bar…what could go wrong?

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How can it be racist if we’re telling the truth?

A textbook proposed to help teach the cultural history of Mexican-Americans in Texas public schools is under scrutiny by scholars, some of whom decry the effort as racist and not a reflection of serious academic study. The textbook, titled “Mexican American Heritage,” describes Mexican-Americans as people who “adopted a revolutionary narrative that opposed Western civilization and wanted to destroy this society.”

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Sure, go ahead and look at my video

If you just bought cocaine and recorded the drug deal on your own dashcam video, it might not be a good idea to show the footage to the sheriff’s deputy who pulled you over.
But that’s just what Kathleen Laroche, 27, did May 12 in Fort Pierce, according to arrest affidavits.

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Amish teens on the loose

Four teens from Shipshewana and a fifth from Topeka face various charges following a traffic stop by Indiana State Police this past Friday in Fulton County, Indiana where the Dodge minivan they were in was clocked doing 110 mph on U.S. 31. The minivan was going south on U.S. 31 when two troopers used radar to verify its speed in a 60 mph zone.

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Well, it was our fraternity service project

Park rangers on their usual Sunday patrol at Lake Shasta encountered a scene of carnage on Slaughterhouse Island — 90 tents, coolers still full of food and alcohol, sleeping bags and yards and yards of garbage. The perps were nowhere to be seen. Rangers say it’s not uncommon for up to 1,000 college students to be on Lake Shasta, but the sheer level of trash from this group was enough for images from the scene to go viral.

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