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(WCVB Boston)   Taunton school principal arrested for driving 110 mph under the influence. And you thought they smelled bad on the outside   (wcvb.com) divider line
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1587 clicks; posted to Main » on 22 May 2020 at 11:24 AM (6 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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6 days ago  
Uh, this article is about a bicyclist killed in Miami Gardens. There's nothing at all about a Taunton school principal.
 
6 days ago  
Is "110 under the influence" below the limit?
 
6 days ago  
So, 0.08-110? Driving -109,92...joe Walsh's maserati laughs at you
 
6 days ago  
The Tauntons Tauntons raced to victory after victory in post season play.  An early cold snap gave the Taunton football team an advantage on the majestic gridiron as they ran the ball for home run after home run on the snowy field of play.


/and I wonder why my sports writing never took off,
 
6 days ago  
 
6 days ago  
That's some fine link approvin' there, modmins.

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6 days ago  
From the wrong article:

Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Alex Camacho

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6 days ago  

Pocket Ninja: Uh, this article is about a bicyclist killed in Miami Gardens. There's nothing at all about a Taunton school principal.


That's what they want you to think.
Read between the lines man!
 
6 days ago  
They've got macouties.
 
6 days ago  
Just 5 years ago (her on the left):

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6 days ago  
Ah, good, corrected link confirms that, as I suspected, this is Taunton, MA. I was there a number of years ago. Main thing I learned, after being corrected by a large group of locals, is that it is *not* pronounced like the Tauntauns Luke and Han rode. Pronouncing it like that causes people to laugh at you. They want you to say it like this: Tauntn'.

But I still think of it as Tauntaun.
 
6 days ago  
You've all had a teacher with an addiction.  That's normal.  110 mph police chase?  Straight G.  We need that here.  I'm promoting her.

/Taun'n , no second "T"
 
6 days ago  

Pocket Ninja: Ah, good, corrected link confirms that, as I suspected, this is Taunton, MA. I was there a number of years ago. Main thing I learned, after being corrected by a large group of locals, is that it is *not* pronounced like the Tauntauns Luke and Han rode. Pronouncing it like that causes people to laugh at you. They want you to say it like this: Tauntn'.

But I still think of it as Tauntaun.


The only way to pronounce Taunton is "fentanyl"
 
6 days ago  

NewportBarGuy: Pocket Ninja: Ah, good, corrected link confirms that, as I suspected, this is Taunton, MA. I was there a number of years ago. Main thing I learned, after being corrected by a large group of locals, is that it is *not* pronounced like the Tauntauns Luke and Han rode. Pronouncing it like that causes people to laugh at you. They want you to say it like this: Tauntn'.

But I still think of it as Tauntaun.

The only way to pronounce Taunton is "fentanyl"


I prefer the long form, "OD, likely fentanyl, gonna need a bus, CP for 2 kids, and a tow for an unregistered/uninsured"
 
6 days ago  
Not to defend her, yet curious if the speed is radar supported, or cop math?  Like did they watched her go by, and assumed 110, or they sped up to 110 to catch her?  The latter wouldn't be correct, since how fast it took to catch them would be faster than their actual speed.  I always wonder if cops actually check speed on radar when making these claims.  I'm leaning towards cop math.
 
6 days ago  
Taw-in, it's pronounced "Taw-in". I remember watching my sisters softball team play a team from Taunton, and hearing their chants: "Weeeah from Taw-in, couldn't be prowdah! If ya can't heeeah us, we'll yell a little loudah!"

/It's sorta close to Noh-in (Norton) and Stoh-in (Stoughton)
 
6 days ago  
Tauntin' the locals is an arrestin' offense.
 
6 days ago  

Dork Gently: Tauntin' the locals is an arrestin' offense.


Now go away, or I'll Tauntin' you a second tima.
 
6 days ago  
My taunton does 185. I used the force and now I don't drive.

/betcha didn't know Joe Walsh was a Jedi master
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
Would it be more acceptable if they drove 110 mph OVER the influence..?
 
6 days ago  
She's cute.   Probably use the COVID19 defense, since it screws everyone up.   School's out forever anyway.

Would marry.
 
6 days ago  
"It is with regret that I am writing to inform you that effective immediately, Mrs. Schwartz will no longer be serving as Principal of the Joseph C. Chamberlain Elementary School," a note to parents said Thursday. "We wish all the best to Ms. Schwartz."

SUPER!!!!  They went and gave her a promotion.  Way to go, Mrs. Schwartz!!!!!
 
6 days ago  
Just remember, the rule that you can shoot Rhode Islanders on Taunton Green is still active....
 
5 days ago  
Bravo, subby. Bravo.
 
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