Randomness

Pennsylvania Man Arrested For DUI While Wearing ‘Drunk Lives Matter’ T-Shirt

Oh the irony…

A Pennsylvania man was arrested for driving under the influence wearing a ‘Drunk Lives Matter’ t-shirt.

On March 19 at approximately 12:15 a.m., police observed a green Ford pickup truck commit multiple traffic violations.

After officers stopped the truck, the driver was identified as 44-year-old Elwood Gutshall. It was determined that Gutshall was under the influence of alcohol and was taken into custody for a blood draw, according to WPMT.

Gutshall’s BAC came back with a .217% reading, leading to his charges of DUI of the Highest Rate, driving under DUI suspension and multiple traffic violations.

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Professor ‘In Hiding’ After Making Anti- Trump Statements During Lecture 

This is ridiculous! What ever happened to freedom of speech?


A professor is in hiding after her comments about Donald Trump during a lecture were anonymously posted on YouTube, causing fury throughout the college campus. 

CNN’s Kyung Lah reports.

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“Chili’s” Army Vet Moves Out Of His House Over Death Threats

According to BOSSIP:

The story of Army veteran Ernest Walker has been emblematic of the way many vets in this country have been disrespected, especially soldiers of color.

After suffering public humiliation at the hands of a shady Chili’s customer and a d-bag manager, Walker has now been twice victimized by death threats after his story went BIG online.

According to the DallasNews, Walker has had to leave the comfort of his own home after news reports revealed his contact info and address:

After a news report aired, Walker received phone calls from restricted numbers saying “I know where you live” and threats on Facebook, Merritt said. Walker is filing a report with the Ovilla Police Department, Merritt said.

The veteran is still involved in conversations with the restaurant and its parent company, Brinker International, to address the incident, Merritt said. Walker would like Chili’s to help with a campaign to feed veterans, the attorney said.

“We haven’t made a specific monetary demand, and we would like to go beyond a purely financial or fiduciary settlement,” Merritt said.

Damn shame.

Illinois Repo Man Tows Couple’s Car Then Pays It Off

An Illinois repo man ended up helping a couple pay off their car after he was sent to their home to repossess the vehicle, KTLA sister station KTVI in St. Louis reported this week.

Repo man Jim Ford, co-ower of Illini Asset Recover, wears his company name on his back, and his heart on his sleeve. His job is to “take cars … from people who don’t pay.”

“’I’ve been shot at, ran over, just about everything you can imagine,” he said.  “I haven’t been stabbed yet.”

There’s not a place on the map Ford hasn’t traveled to repossess somebody’s car for a bank.   But he wasn’t prepared for what he saw when he arrived at the Illinois home of Stan and Pat Kipping.

“You know, it was just one of those repos,” Ford told KTVI.  “My grandparents are gone, but you know – I could see them in the Kippings.  I knew what was going on.  The cost of their medications have doubled or tripled, and I know that’s happening to everybody.  I knew why they were behind.”

“We had to go to the doctor, drug store, and grocery,” said Pat Kipping.  “That’s about all we ever got to do.”

And now their transportation was gone.  Ford did repossess their car, but then he immediately got on the phone with the bank.

“I pulled over about a block away from their house and called the bank and said… we got to do something,” Ford said.  “How about I just pay it current right now?”

Ford promptly set up a GoFundMe account.

He said, “We raised most of it in the first eight hours.  I think might just reactivate it, because they are a lot of people who keep asking to donate.”

On Monday, the Kippings got their four-wheel freedom back.

“It’s just like hitting the lottery,” said Stan.  “I’m just so happy, I can’t believe it.”

In addition to paying the vehicle off, Ford and his fellow benefactors got the oil changed and had the car detailed.

“We owe a drugstore $500,” said Pat.  “We owe IGA, our grocery store, money.  And then this happened.  It’s made me think that there are very good people out there, and it’s not all bad.”