Thursday, November 10, 2005

Burger King Freak

It may be just me that is freaked out by the Burger King mascot or King Burger or whatever you want to call him, but I think he's a real freakin freak!!! The first commercial I saw with him in it was him standing looking in someone's window, can you believe it. In Maine that would just not be a good thing, we shoot first, ask questions later. I've sworn off Burger King food, does anyone else feel the same way. He's one scarey dude......
In his newest commercial with the construction worker on the skyscraper he looks downright evil not his usual maniacal self. Last night he was actually in bed with some guy in that commercial. Come on now, let's get rid of this pervert. Help me out here, what do you think?

Monday, November 07, 2005


Carolina Panthers cheerleaders, Renee Thomas, left, and Angela Keathley, shown in these Hillsborough County, Fla., Sheriff's Office booking photos, were arrested early Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005 after a bar dispute that broke out after patrons complained the women were allegedly having sex in a bathroom stall. (AP Photo/Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office)

Cheerleaders Had Sex in Bar, Witnesses Say

Two Panthers Cheerleaders Face Charges After Witnesses Say They Had Sex in Bar Bathroom

The Associated Press

TAMPA, Fla. Nov 7, 2005 — Two Carolina Panthers cheerleaders were charged after their arrest at a bar where witnesses told police the women had sex in a restroom.
Renee Thomas, 20, of Pittsboro, N.C., and Angela Keathley, 26, of Belmont, N.C., were taken to Hillsborough County Jail early Sunday.
Witnesses said the women were having sex in a stall with each other, angering patrons waiting in line to get into the restroom at the club in the Channelside district.

Thomas was charged with battery Sunday after allegedly striking a bar patron when she was leaving the restroom, then landed in even more trouble after police said she gave officers a driver's license belonging to another Panthers cheerleader who was not in Tampa.
Thomas, who made the trip to Florida for Sunday's game between the Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was released from jail on $500 bail before police learned she was not the person she claimed to be.

Providing police with a false name is a misdemeanor. However, Thomas was charged Monday with giving a false name and causing harm to another a third-degree felony punishable by probation or a jail term of 1 to 5 years, said police spokeswoman Laura McElroy.
Meanwhile, detectives are trying to determine how Thomas gained possession of the driver's license of the third cheerleader.

Keathley, charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, was released on $750 bail about an hour before the Panthers played the Bucs at Raymond James Stadium. The cheerleaders were not in town to perform at the game.

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