Boner of the Day

Boner Candidates February 23, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: SEEMS LIKE A FAIR REASON TO MURDER SOMEONE

A British hairdresser was sentenced to life in prison last week after she plunged a knife into her boyfriend’s heart — because she felt he spent too much time on Facebook. Terri-Marie Palmer, 23, broke down in tears as she was convicted of 24-year-old Damon Searson’s murder following a one-week trial, where the details emerged about the fatal end of their rocky relationship, according to multiple reports. Moments before the killing, Palmer posted: “He p***** me off sitting on Facebook, completely blanking me when I’m talking to him,” according to The Mirror Online. She regularly posted on the social media site about how Searson would ignore her while scrolling through Facebook messages on his phone, adding random girls and posting shirtless photos of himself. “Gross,” she wrote on one of his topless pics. “Didn’t expect any different to come out of your mouth f–king b–ch,” he fired back. Eventually, Palmer texted her man that she was fed up — and furious.

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Boner Candidate #2: SURE I BEAT MY WIFE AND OR GIRLFRIEND. WHY SHOULDN’T IT STILL BE MY RIGHT TO HAVE A GUN.

Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Richard Blumenthal urged their colleagues on Sunday to back legislation that would close loopholes that allow domestic-violence abusers to get guns. The New York and Connecticut Democrats also called for the Senate to give a hearing to President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, with justices soon to hear crucial gun-control cases. “Under current law, even domestic abusers who have been tried and convicted of their violent crimes are allowed to buy guns,” Gillibrand told reporters in Manhattan on Sunday. Blumenthal cited the case of Lori Jackson, 32, who was shot and killed in Connecticut two years ago by her husband after she had gotten a temporary restraining order. Federal laws bar domestic abusers with permanent restraining orders from owning guns, but don’t apply to those with only temporary orders against them.

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Boner Candidate #3: IT’S FUN TO HARASS WILDLIFE

A video of a Florida man pulling a shark out of the Atlantic Ocean to pose with it for a few photographs has gone viral on social media. NBC affiliate WPTV Channel 5 reporter Ashleigh Walters posted on her Facebook page a video of the man pulling what appears to be a juvenile bull shark from water onto shore in Palm Beach, Florida. The Facebook video shows that after a few unsuccessful attempts, the man was able to bring the shark onto the beach where he then pinned the apex predator long enough to get a few photographs of himself posing with the shark. According to Walters, the shark was later released back into deeper water after the video ended. Bull sharks are common along the east coast of Florida and juvenile bull sharks frequent the coast from Palm Beach, Florida to Daytona Beach, Florida. That’s because the Indian River Lagoon, which extends along Florida’s east coast from southern Volusia County to Palm Beach County, is an important nursery habitat for baby bull sharks.  When fully grown, bull sharks reach 7 to 11 feet in length and weigh between 200 and 300 pounds.


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