Last week we brought you the video of two geezer golfers beating the crap out of a young man who was using an air horn to disrupt their game. Readers were divided over whether the young punks or the old geezers were at fault there . . . usually along generational lines.
Other readers pointed us to the video below, where prank-playing teens and senior golfers get into it. Again, who’s the bigger jerks here: the kids for thinking it’s funny for disturbing these guys round, or the geezers who take a putter to their precious radio controlled car?
Pete Weber just won $60,000 in the Professional Bowlers Association’s U.S. Open on the final shot of the tournament, which HAD to be a strike. As a result, Weber became both the oldest winner and the first ever five-time winner of the tournament. Cool, right? But listen to his reaction to the crowd in the video below. (Approximate transcription below video, for those who couldn’t hear him.)
YESSS GODAMMIT YES! THAT IS WHY I DID IT! I NEVER THOUGHT ARE YOU KIDDING ME? THAT’S RIGHT! WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE, I AM!!! DAMMIT RIGHT!!!
You knew this was going to happen at some point, didn’t you? With young people using cell phones to record every moment of their lives these days, eventually someone was going to bring one into the locker room shower and capture stills or video of someone naked. And, as bad as that would be, you know the next move is going to be to send it to all their friends.
It finally happened last week at Henderson County High School in Kentucky. And, unfortunately, one of those involved in the incident was over 18, making him the criminal when it comes to distributing naked pictures of a minor.
On Sunday, one of the team’s players, Gavont Baker was arrested, accused of being involved in a scandal that rocked the team. Police say that incident took place in the school’s locker room after practice.
They say some of the players began horsing around after taking a shower. But, police say that horseplay turned criminal when one of the students recorded video on a cell phone that showed a player naked.
Police say that video of the under-age player was sent by cell phone to several students. Students tell 14 News, Baker was kicked off the team and some of the other players involved were punished.
Police say there are five suspects in this case. But, Baker is the only one who is 18. Authorities are not saying if the others will face charges. Baker is expected to appear in court in March.
To which the cop on a dashcam video responded, “You’re going to jail.” And it’s all caught on video for his future use in his college application package.
For David Allen, 18, the leading scorer of Highland Park High School’s basketball team (TX), tonight was supposed to be the first game in the state’s playoff. It’s doubtful he will be playing after being arrested last week for driving while intoxicated. Allen’s car allegedly hit a parked car a week ago Saturday and he reportedly fled the scene.
When officers finally caught up with the star athlete, he initially told cops he had no been drinking and then admitted to “only a few sips” from a friend’s drink. To which the officer in the video responded: “A couple of sips? You can barely stand up.” Eventually Allen blew a 0.122% BAC, well above the 0.08% to be considered a drunk driver, and about 0.122% higher than someone under the age of 21 should be blowing.
The saddest part of the video? After Allen is handcuffed and taken into custody, you can hear him telling the cops about a basketball game that he was supposed to play in Tuesday night. Says Allen, “I won’t be able to play in the playoffs. Our opening game is Tuesday.”
Responded the cop in deadpan, “You’re going to jail.”
Slow motion is used quite frequently in sports to show the intricacies of the game that would otherwise be missed by television viewers watching in real time. The great catch, the big hit, or the heaving bosom of a hot cheerleader.
Apparently the guys at FOX Sports game Sunday, January 1, 2012 between the Rams and 49ers needed something special to transition from the game the increasingly frequent commercial breaks. Why not a short clip of the St. Louis Rams cheerleaders? Great.
“Oops, wait, that went by too quickly guys. Can we slow it down just a bit and use that?”
“Uh, sure boss.”
“Shut up and do it!”
“How about now?
“Oh yeah, that’s it. I’ll be in my bunk.”
Holly is coming back for her third years as a Rams Cheerleader while also studying business at Lindenwood University. She plans on pursing a career in medical sales. Holly was on her university’s dance team, and before that, was the captain of her high school’s dance team. Holly also took her performance abilities from sideline to on stage as she was part of her school’s musicals. In addition to performing, Holly is also passionate about volunteering. Some of her favorite organizations and events are the Komen Race for the Cure and Autism Speaks.
We’re sure she has a Facebook page (and more pictures) so if you can help us find her, we’d appreciate it. Drop us a line at BadJocks at Yahoo.com. Watch the naughty video below.