Why is it, or so it always seems, that whenever a driver loses complete control of his vehicle he (or she) is always charged with driving on a suspended license and no proof of insurance? I swear, everytime there’s a report of something like this the driver is always charged with those things.
Ok, I feel like crap cause I’m tired. I’m grouchy cause I didn’t get to spend hardly any time with the squeeze this weekend cause he had to work all weekend. However, I didn’t get run over in my bedroom and I didn’t have an attack of stupid and glue myself to a lamp post. So, it ain’t all bad.
Did he glue himself? The linked article didn’t say. I guess I assumed it was pranking/bullying gone too far and he was a victim. Maybe I’m just gloomy like that. Or maybe I know too many 13 year old boys. :rolleyes:
I know my share of thirteen year old boys too. Even was one once. It’s just as possible he glued himself to the lamp post as it is that someone glued him to a lamp post. It’s also entirely possible he let himself get glued to the lamp post. 13 year old boy and smart usually don’t go together.
Yanno, a couple of years ago, a kid here in Rochester got his tongue stuck to a lamppost in winter. It was a slow news day, and so the local news had several stories about him, and his predicament, on during the 6 and 11 PM news casts. When I saw it, all I could think was that poor kid was screwed: one just knows that somewhere, one of his friends or family had to have recorded that story onto VHS or some more permanent media. Probably his nutty, and obnoxious, uncle Howard. And now, everytime there’s a family get together, it’s going to be dragged out for laughs and mocking.
What a piss-poor way to get one’s fifteen minutes of fame. :wally