Your Daily Loser & Jury Duty for May 22nd

Your Daily Loser - Criminals will blame anyone and everything but themselves when they get caught. Jonathan Lee Riches of Nashville says that he was influenced by NASCAR when he was caught driving 135 MPH. It was also NASCAR's fault that he was forced to steal credit cards in order to attend races... oh, and he was poisoned by DuPont chemicals from Jeff Gordon's race car. The Story.

Jury Duty - With a name like Honesty, how can you go wrong? Honesty Knight, from Muncie, Indiana, was a passenger in a friend's car when that car was pulled over by a state trooper. While the trooper was talking to the friend, Honesty asked if she could smoke. The officer agreed, and good Ol' Honesty lit up... a joint.
     Posted By: Nethie - Fri May 22, 2009
     Category: Crime | Your Daily Jury Duty | Your Daily Loser | Goofs and Screw-ups

Did the mugshot not come up for you Expat? I'm sorry.
Posted by Nethie on 05/22/09 at 09:31 AM
Hey, Chuck handled ol' Honesty several months ago.

This story stuck with me, since it's from my weirdo state of Indiana and I was the 'Newsranger' that forwarded it to Chuck that day.
Posted by qualityleashdog on 05/22/09 at 03:20 PM
Oh dear. I do a search every time before I post anything to make sure that I'm not re-posting something from before. I must have taken a few hits from Honesty's "cigarette" this morning. :red:
Posted by Nethie on 05/22/09 at 07:42 PM
It wasn't easy to find, the way Chuck phrased the entry. But I knew it was there somewhere, and I finally found it by doing an advanced search for only Chuck's posts and 'Muncie.' Surprisingly, Chuck didn't even make light of the name. Oh well.
Posted by qualityleashdog on 05/22/09 at 08:59 PM
To each his own, so I don't want to offend any fans in the WU, but something we loved to write on my High School Chemistry teacher's chalkboard whenever she was out of the room was "NASCAR--Fast Cars and Slow Minds." She was, of course, a die-hard fan. In retrospect, she probably knew exactly the ones that were responsible for it, but she could never prove it at the time, so hilarious to see her stew when she would spot it. Too bad she had an 'old' classroom with a traditional blackboard, if she had one of the newer dry erase boards a permanent marker would have saved us a lot of effort.
Posted by qualityleashdog on 05/23/09 at 12:05 AM
Wow, two fails in one post. I'm going to put myself in the Daily Loser spot tomorrow.
Posted by Nethie on 05/23/09 at 07:04 AM
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