I see roller derby in her future.
This front page story seems in need of further investigation before publishing misleading material. The "alleged" attack of a guy on a golf cart?!? The "victim" says he was hit by an unknown object (translation: he probably drove into a tree or fell out of his cart in the dark - was anything stolen?). The victim was "limitedly coherent" (translation: inebriated - was a blood test taken?). Police say it wasn't a random event (yes, drunks drive into trees all the time). I'm waiting for the results of the police investigation of the case. Wonder if that story get front page coverage?
No blood sucking happened!
At least we hope not!
4:05 PMhate much?
fo-oh-five There was this part from the update: "returning home on the golf cart when he was confronted by an unknown suspect" maybe he meant unknown tree?
To 4:05, translation is You are a moron.
Was a chupacabra involved?
I agree with 4:05....The mess is getting bad about going to print before they know the whole story. They also use misleading headlines and update teasers, then when you read the story, its a let down. The National Enquirer does the same thing.
9:26 No blook sucking, you answer before your post!
Man attacked on golf course!!! He left the club drunk as usual for him and drove his golf cart across the course that is dark and lots of trees. Guess what happen???
The "elderly" man reports that he doesn't know what happened. It was the police officer who claims the guy was shot or beaten. Are the cops inventing a crime where there was none? If so, another example of fine police work.
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