LSU student Renuka Koritala was arrested during LSU’s 38-21 win over Ole Miss on Saturday night after Baton Rouge Police Department officers attempted to escort her from the stadium because she allegedly vomited on other students.
Koritala ran from the officers when they initially tried to approach her and then kicked the officer attempting to escort her out of the stadium. The affidavit said that Koritala, 20, had to be carried out of the stands using a “fireman’s carry so that she would not harm herself.”
Police officers also found a clear medicine bottle containing marijuana and a marijuana smoking pipe on Koritala. The LSU student was charged with battery of a police officer, possession of marijuana, resisting an officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Following on from reports that Soylent food bars were making people barf – most unfortunate food product name in history? – the Canadian Food Inspection Agency reports that Rosa Foods Inc. is recalling Soylent brand Food Bar from the marketplace due to reported illnesses. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.
The following products have been sold through the Internet at www.soylent.com.
Brand name//Common name//size//Code(s) on Product//UPC
Soylent//Food bar//60g//14JUL17, 15JUL17, 18JUL18, 02AUG17, 04AUG17, 08AUG17, 10AUG//None
Soylent//Food bar//12x60g//14JUL17, 15JUL17, 18JUL17, 02AUG17, 04AUG17, 08AUG17, 10AUG//858369006023
There have been reported illnesses associated with the consumption of these products.
A 42-year-old woman was sexually assaulted on a Melbourne tram by a man aged between 30 and 40-years-old who smelled of raw meat (right, sorta as shown).
So, when someone stole Trump signs from her yard, so she decided to make a stink about it – literally. Bressler combined her love of cats and country and “poopy trapped” her Trump signs.
“My First Amendment rights are being violated,” Bressler said. “SO, I thought, gee, it’s not a pleasant idea if someone would happen to happen to step into the used cat litter that I’ve been sprinkling around my Trump signs. So, I thought that might be a good deterrent.”
I never lock my bike.
Guelph, Manhattan (the Kansas one), Brisbane.
Those four days?
That’s another story.
The inventors of SkunkLock say they were so sick of having their cycles stolen, they decided to give robbers a taste of their own medicine.
Daniel Idzkowski from San Diego realized there’s pretty much no solution to the problem of bike theft because you can cut through nearly every type of lock in a matter of seconds. So he decided to fill a U-Lock with a cannister of smelly gas instead.
“It’s pretty much immediately vomit inducing, causes difficulty breathing… A lot of similar symptoms to pepper spray.”
The lock hasn’t been tested out on thieves yet but Idzkowski and Skunklock co-founder Yves Perrenoud say their own experiments have shown the gas “makes 99% of people puke.”
Canada has enough musical embarrassments to apologize for.
Now my home and native land is apologizing for cheese wheels.
Jason Proctor of CBC News reports an out-of-control five-kilogram wheel of aged farmhouse cheddar is being blamed for breaking an infant’s leg in a B.C. Supreme Court lawsuit arising from a Whistler cheese-rolling competition.
In a notice of civil claim filed by her guardian, Juli Nonaka claims she was injured on Blackcomb Mountain in August during the ninth annual running of the Great Canadian Cheese Rolling Festival.
“As the plaintiff was watching the event from behind a safety net on the premises, a cheese wheel came rolling down the hill and stretched the safety net colliding with the plaintiff, causing her to be knocked to the ground and sustain injury, loss and damage,” the claim reads.
Nonaka is suing the Dairy Farmers of Canada, Smak Media and Promotions and Vail Resorts, the U.S. Company which owns Whistler Blackcomb.
According to cheese-rolling historians, humans may have been chasing wheels of cheese down steep slopes since pagan times. Written accounts of cheese-rolling date back nearly 200 years.
The most famous event is held at Cooper’s Hill, near Gloucester in England, where competitors chase a wheel of Double Gloucester down an incline as sharp as a 40-year-old block of cheddar.
An orange-hued cheese with a natural rind, Double Gloucester gets very hard as it ages, which is thought to be why it became associated with cheese rolling. Cheese speeds can reach more than 100 kilometres an hour.
Not surprisingly, the history of cheese rolling is replete with tales of injury.
According to cheeserolling.com, 22 people were injured at Cooper’s Hill during the “cheese chase chaos” of 1990, including a 59-year-old woman knocked unconscious.
And in 1997, more than 33 people were wounded when things went awry, leading to a delay — but not the cancellation — of the women’s event.
Leave it to the urban chic of NPR to ask, Rocky Mountain oysters are what?
They’re skinned, sliced, battered, deep-fried bull testicle into a cup of cocktail sauce.
Protein comes in many forms, in many climates.
Get over it.
After slicing, dicing, breading and deep-frying, Guffy brings out the basket with a side of cocktail sauce. It’s a sampler: bison, lamb and beef oysters.
I go with the more exotic bison oyster as my first taste.
There’s no good way to say this: They were surprisingly juicy. And I know this is cliche, but the bison tasted like chicken. The lamb was similar in taste and texture. But the beef were in a league all their own, chewy and meaty and full of a unique flavor somewhere between liver and gizzard.
After trying one of each, my stomach settles a bit. Assimilating to a new place isn’t an overnight transition. It takes months, years to fully embrace customs and traditions that the people who live in a place take for granted, or roll their eyes at.
After a day at Bruce’s, I feel like I’m more of a Coloradan than I was before.
I ask Guffy if he has any parting words.
“Other than just, come to Bruce’s and have a ball. What else can I say?”
I slept with a veterinarian for 18 years.
We have four beautiful daughters who are all exploring the world in their own way.
Me and my dairy farmer friend Jim are all for that.
But I often lay in bed, wondering, if she could castrate cats at the kitchen table, what fate might befall me?
“Some will rob you with a six-gun,
And some with a fountain pen.”
The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners ruled Tuesday that Kristen Lindsey, the veterinarian who posted a photo of a dead tabby cat named Tiger with an arrow through its head on her Facebook last year, will have her license suspended for one year where she will not be able to practice.
After, she will be able to practice under conditions of probation for four years.
Tuesday’s hearing was the last in a string of debates on what action to take, if any, against Lindsey, after her photo incited international uproar from animal activists.
Lindsey, a veterinarian since 2012, was fired from her position at the Washington Animal Clinic in Brenham and put under investigation by the Austin County Sheriff’s Office last April after she posted a photo holding a dead tabby cat named “Tiger” with a arrow through its head with a caption reading:
“My first bow kill, lol. The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through it’s (sic) head! Vet of the year award… gladly accepted.”
The clinic that fired Lindsey, 33, released a statement shortly after that saying: “We are absolutely appalled, shocked, upset, and disgusted by the conduct.”
Yup, that fits with the vet I used to sleep with.