Random Links Worth Reading
- From the article, ““We were called at about 3.50pm yesterday afternoon with reports of a naked man committing an indecent act in Donaldson Drive, Paston.”
- It was 3:50 in the afternoon! This 50-year-old man decides he wants to take a stroll down Donaldson Drive. He didn’t have time to ‘put pants on’, so he heads out. Walks will-nilly with his coin purse whisking in the wind.
- How could you make this moment any better? Well, a nice Marlboro. But he left his wallet in his pocket.
- So he decides to steal some from JJ’s News stand.
- There was a news article detailing a 10,000% spike in Leprechaun porn searches on St. Patrick’s day. Top O’ The Morning too you ..
- Who even knew that Leprechaun porn was a thing?
- Is it only me or does that number seem low? That’s only 100 times more than on your average day. I would have thought it would have been in the thousands.
- There’s times during the year that I think about St. Paddy’s day, but I reach for a beer.
- This means that there are people out there, that have watched so much adult entertainment during the year that they need an extra kick. Who are these people?
- Good article that might give some insight into the alleged Forces attacker.
- A title game between the all-boys Catholic Memorial School and the public Newton North High School, which has a large Jewish community of students got a little heated.
- The fan’s from Newton North High School started chanting, “Sausage fest.” Which is pretty good
- The Catholic Memorial Sausage School’s rebuttal, ‘you killed Jesus!’ *clap-clap-clap-clap-clap*, granted may have sounded like a good idea at the time. But may have come across as anti-Semitic.
Ottawa Police Request Public’s Help with Jasmine Crescent
- Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau released an open letter to the community Monday appealing for help in solving four recent homicides.
- The Prez helps Lin-Manuel Miranda in a free-style rap.
- Things I learned this week. March, 14th (3.14) is pie day.
- Great story about US attempt to end homelessness for veterans.
- We’re down to fewer than 10, and we know who they are,” said Loree Sutton, a retired Army brigadier general who is New York city’s commissioner of veterans affairs.
- Boston’s latest count showed three veterans living on the street. Four major cities — Philadelphia, Houston, Las Vegas, and New Orleans — have gone further and effectively ended all veteran homelessness.