Week 3 Winners:
1st: David Salinas 57
2nd: David Scott 61
Week 4 Games:
UMass @ Tennessee
Alabama @ Vanderbilt
Miss. St. @ Georgia
Auburn @ Missouri
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The young son of WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders threw the first punch in his father’s weekend bout against challenger Willie Monroe Jr. While the fighters were posing for their weigh-in, little Stevie Saunders took exception to Monroe tousling his hair and punched him right in the groin. He also kicked him before handlers pulled him away. He later apologized after his father won the fight.
A christian Wisconsin Dairy Queen owner has put social justice warriors on notice with a “politically incorrect” trigger warning sign.
“This restaurant is politically incorrect,” the sign reads. “We have been known to say ‘Merry Christmas, Happy Easter (and) God Bless America.”
“We salute and honor the flag, give thanks to our troops, police officers and firefighters, give thanks for the USA and give free sundaes to veterans on veterans day.”
And it concludes with a warning for the perennially offended crowd.
“If this offends you, you are welcome to contact the owner at firstname.lastname@example.org and arrange a ‘snowflake safe space’ a minimum 24 hours in advance.”
St. Louis police arrested more than 80 demonstrators that vandalized city businesses and assaulted police officers in a series of protests against a not guilty verdict in a fatal police shooting Sunday night.
About 100 demonstrators broke off after an official protest ended and began vandalizing property, knocking down flower pots and smashing windows, reports CNN. Some protesters also began spraying an unknown substance on officers, the St. Louis Police Department said.
“Some criminals assaulted law enforcement officers and threw chemicals and rocks at them. All of the officers’ injuries were minor or moderate. All will be returned to duty soon,” Police Commissioner Larry O’Toole said late Sunday night.
Riot police eventually showed up to arrest the demonstrators, taking them into custody and confiscating a total of five weapons from people.