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(Mercury News)   Misleading headline is misleading   ( mercurynews.com) divider line
    More: Stupid, San Francisco 49ers, Koi Palace Seafood, Palace Seafood Restaurant, special needs, football, Amy Fu, Orphan, Jerry Rice  
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2017-04-16 03:42:38 PM  
Someone stole a football donated by Jerry Rice? I bet that really fried Rice.
 
2017-04-16 04:16:31 PM  

CruiserTwelve: Someone stole a football donated by Jerry Rice? I bet that really fried Rice.


Flied lice, you plick!
 
2017-04-16 04:19:49 PM  
To be fair, "orphans" IS Cantonese for "restaurant".
 
2017-04-16 04:34:30 PM  
Not sure what is misleading about that.  Not a football fan though, so maybe I am missing something.
 
2017-04-16 04:36:54 PM  

Ima4nic8or: Not sure what is misleading about that.  Not a football fan though, so maybe I am missing something.


It wasn't stolen from Orphans.  It was stolen from some well-to-do people who bought it at an orphanage-related charity event and left it lying around in a restaurant later that night.
 
2017-04-16 04:37:47 PM  
Someone has stickier hands than Jerry Rice.
 
2017-04-16 04:41:44 PM  
They literally should not have taken their eyes off the prize.
 
2017-04-16 04:43:08 PM  
Rice, who is a spokesman for Tiger Balm, signed another football for Fu after hearing of the theft.

Wait a minute. Jerry Rice has had the power to save handicapped Chinese orphans this whole time and wasn't using it? That monster!

/I refuse to think this through any further
 
2017-04-16 04:48:37 PM  
Those poor children. Working in factories all day just for a ball of Rice.
 
2017-04-16 04:50:05 PM  

Ima4nic8or: Not sure what is misleading about that.  Not a football fan though, so maybe I am missing something.


Subby was trying to say "Misreading headrine is misreading".
 
2017-04-16 04:56:10 PM  

Highroller48: Ima4nic8or: Not sure what is misleading about that.  Not a football fan though, so maybe I am missing something.

It wasn't stolen from Orphans.  It was stolen from some well-to-do people who bought it at an orphanage-related charity event and left it lying around in a restaurant later that night.


Deerrrrr.  Not paying attention I guess.  That is a pretty messed up headline.  I guess the Mercury news isn't known locally as the Murky News for nothing.
 
2017-04-16 05:08:43 PM  
"Someone passed by and grabbed the ball and just ran off."

INTERCEPTION!
 
2017-04-16 05:30:50 PM  
I first heard about this on HBO's Hard Knocks Life
 
2017-04-16 05:34:42 PM  
Are we saying that their news coverage is slanted?
 
2017-04-16 05:34:52 PM  
asiasociety.orgDo they really eat the koi? I don't think I would care for that.
 
2017-04-16 05:44:47 PM  

jwookie: [asiasociety.org image 500x333]Do they really eat the koi? I don't think I would care for that.


That's the koi palace. Their monarch is a fish.

They've serve the soup god at the Pho Queue
 
2017-04-16 06:19:51 PM  
I'm pretty sure this was a fumble. So not stealing.
 
2017-04-16 10:35:16 PM  
After further review, the play stands.
 
2017-04-17 12:42:06 PM  
The crazy rich lady who spend her money on poors was going to take the ball to the orphans, so, yes, checkered-shirtdouche was stealing the ball from them.
 
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