Monday, March 13, 2006

Dink & Dunk: St. Patrick's Day

Well, some good news for Gator fans out there, as it looks like all charges have been dropped against Kenneth Tookes and Dee Webb for an incident last month involving an AR-15 Assault Rifle accidentally discharging in a Gainesville apartment. In our wisdom, we decided to lay off the criticism and derision of these lads for fear of seeming hypocritical in light of our own sketchy history with gun safety. But it looks like the cat's out of the bag now, so I guess we can all have a good laugh.


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Seriously, though, make sure you exercise proper gun safety. Shooting at imaginary leprechauns with an assault rifle while blackout-drunk is a big no-no. Responsible gun owners understand that the AR-15 is not a toy, and it should only be used for defending the Constitution from the New World Order and for hunting down the dangerous yet delicious Wild Capybara.

And just as a clarification, St. Patrick's Day is basically a month-long holiday in Chicago, but the heaviest-drinking day was Sunday, coinciding with the South Side Irish Parade and our foray into in-home firearms usage.



2 Comments:

At 7:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

whats the best way to get from south bend to chicago? is it the tollway? how much does the tollway cost? i am coming from tennessee and want to see the notre dame campus and then head to chicago.

thanks

 
At 9:37 AM, Anonymous Phil K. said...

Anonymous, if you're planning on driving during rush hour, which in Chicago starts before dawn and ends around 7 p.m., just leave your car in South Bend and take the South Shore Train. Interstate 80-94 is a nightmare of Kafkaesque proportions, and I still fully expect to meet my demise from a stress and rage induced stroke while in traffic there someday. Just a heads up.

 

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