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(NESN)   Yeah, hardly anyone watches baseball sober, but it's bad form to pass out drunk while watching a high-school game, then fight with the medics who come to help you. Especially if you're the infield umpire   (nesn.com) divider line 11
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2013-05-27 09:12:23 AM
OK, I gotta ask - what's his Fark handle?
 
2013-05-27 09:12:42 AM
I like to drink as much as the next guy, but how hard is it to wait until you're done with your daily responsibilities to have a quaff?
 
2013-05-27 09:52:44 AM
Bad form?

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2013-05-27 10:21:23 AM
encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com

It's been done..
 
2013-05-27 10:33:38 AM
Hey you don't touch the ump, man.
I bet he called every player "out" & thought the medic was that asshole manager

/now THAT'S a baseball game
 
2013-05-27 11:14:28 AM
Considering the officiating so far this season, the guy will be in the pros by July
 
2013-05-27 11:27:37 AM
This story, and the story it's linked to, are just paragons of journalism.  No state listed (after a few steps on Google it's Illinois) and then this line in the original article:

"I heard from my friends that the guy was resisting arrest and he said a few things he shouldn't have said," Stark County High School Student Noel Ellis tells us.   "They tased him twice."

I know it's boring in western Illinois, but you'd think writing a news article would be something to do....
 
2013-05-27 12:04:38 PM

Gonz: I like to drink as much as the next guy, but how hard is it to wait until you're done with your daily responsibilities to have a quaff?


CS,B: I took a maritime history course that met Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Mornings were consumed by Battlefield Archaeology, so we'd get done, all head over to the Ham's nearby (the only one that had an in-house brewery, so their stuff was *cheap*). We had a bad habit of getting the professor drunk. After that semester, he moved his schedules to "morning only".

He also had to include in his syllabus, "You are not allowed to get the professor drunk the night before an exam."

He also helped engineer the Great Tar River Tiki Bar Raft, but that's another story.

/dark and stormys are evil; you never taste the rum or falernum
 
2013-05-27 02:09:21 PM
"At no time were the players or coaches in jeopardy"

What about the fans? What about the fans?!
 
2013-05-27 06:26:11 PM

UNC_Samurai: Gonz: I like to drink as much as the next guy, but how hard is it to wait until you're done with your daily responsibilities to have a quaff?

CS,B: I took a maritime history course that met Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Mornings were consumed by Battlefield Archaeology, so we'd get done, all head over to the Ham's nearby (the only one that had an in-house brewery, so their stuff was *cheap*). We had a bad habit of getting the professor drunk. After that semester, he moved his schedules to "morning only".

He also had to include in his syllabus, "You are not allowed to get the professor drunk the night before an exam."

He also helped engineer the Great Tar River Tiki Bar Raft, but that's another story.

/dark and stormys are evil; you never taste the rum or falernum


I very nearly convinced a professor to hold a class in a bar over drinks. Two members of the class were still underage, so it didn't happen, but she was pretty obviously going to do it otherwise. Small, higher level class, and it was a friday before a holiday. The school told professors that they weren't allowed to cancel classes, and the professor was an associate dean, and was required to help enforce the rule that year. I pointed out to her that there was no reason that she couldn't move the class and meet somewhere else. Like, say, the bar right across the street from campus.
 
2013-05-27 11:24:30 PM

cptjeff: UNC_Samurai: Gonz: I like to drink as much as the next guy, but how hard is it to wait until you're done with your daily responsibilities to have a quaff?

CS,B: I took a maritime history course that met Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Mornings were consumed by Battlefield Archaeology, so we'd get done, all head over to the Ham's nearby (the only one that had an in-house brewery, so their stuff was *cheap*). We had a bad habit of getting the professor drunk. After that semester, he moved his schedules to "morning only".

He also had to include in his syllabus, "You are not allowed to get the professor drunk the night before an exam."

He also helped engineer the Great Tar River Tiki Bar Raft, but that's another story.

/dark and stormys are evil; you never taste the rum or falernum

I very nearly convinced a professor to hold a class in a bar over drinks. Two members of the class were still underage, so it didn't happen, but she was pretty obviously going to do it otherwise. Small, higher level class, and it was a friday before a holiday. The school told professors that they weren't allowed to cancel classes, and the professor was an associate dean, and was required to help enforce the rule that year. I pointed out to her that there was no reason that she couldn't move the class and meet somewhere else. Like, say, the bar right across the street from campus.


We actually DID hold two classes at the bar - a particular professor always held his last class at some sort of drinking establishment.  But our classes were largely graduate-level-only.
/only good way to end Naval Operations in the Civil War
 
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