Archive for August 2010

A Sign that the Learning Isn’t Going Well

August 31, 2010

Looks like the student led sign project was a rousing succcess.

[As Seen on Airline by Christina]



Redneck Rig

August 27, 2010

In order to complete this redneck ensemble, Im going to assume that theres a large picture of Hank Williams Jr. on the hood…and he’s on fire.

[As Seen at LSU Med Center by BobMac]


This Week in Bossier

August 26, 2010

We’ve all been there…a few too many MGD Lights throughout an otherwise splendid evening among friends and family, and before you know it you are drunk dialing ex girlfriends and randoms you just met…or perhaps, the local authorities.

A Haughton man was arrested Friday night for criminal mischief and disturbing the peace/drunk.

According to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, Ronald Morris, 46, of the 300 block of Mid South Loop, was taken into custody just before midnight in reference to Morris calling 911 three times in a very intoxicated state and saying that Bossier Sheriff’s deputies had not given his driver’s license back.  Earlier in the evening, at about 8:45 p.m., deputies had been dispatched to Morris’ residence to investigate an altercation between Morris and his stepson. 

Deputies say they did indeed give Morris his license back and he put it in his front pants pocket.  Bossier Sheriff’s dispatchers say Morris was very rude and said he would call his lawyer if he did not get his license back.

Can’t fault a guy for just trying to get his affairs in order can you?

When deputies arrived the second time, they say Morris had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and wouldn’t listen to deputies.  He started waving his hands in the air and started to go back inside.

Morris was handcuffed, mirandized and transported to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility.  His bond was set at $1,150.

Well, I guess you can.


Roy G. Biv

August 25, 2010

I think Ill pass on searching for the pot of gold at the end of this rainbow

[As Seen at UHaul by DJ]


Just What the Doctor Ordered

August 24, 2010

Its always such a bother to have to deal with the public when picking up your prescription for “sexy pills”.

[As Seen a WalGreens in Bossier by Justin]


This Week in Bossier

August 19, 2010

“Those drugs aren’t #05’s, officer”

When faced with certain incarceration during a traffic stop, deny any and all wrong doing, and when that doesn’t work, turn to the person next to you in your car and throw them under the bus with the quickness and vigor of someone with the adequate amounts of desperation.

According to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, Toni Micaela Neal, 24, of the 1000 block of Mack Drive in Haughton was pulled over on East Texas for swerving within her lane.

The driver seemed very nervous by way of body language. Consent to search the car was granted and during the search deputies discovered a .8 gram marijuana blunt on the floorboard.

At that point, Neal was arrested. She then admitted to deputies that she had more marijuana in her pants. She retrieved a 2.2 gram bag of marijuana, three Lortabs and three Xanax pills from her pants.

She then told the deputies that the pills weren’t hers that they belonged to the passenger in the vehicle, James Richard Williams, Jr., 25, of the 5300 block of East Texas in Bossier City. Williams stated that the pills and marijuana weren’t his either. Williams was also found to have two outstanding Bossier City warrants and a failure to appear warrant.


True Love Knows No Financial Constraints

August 18, 2010

The face of love

In these times where families and relationships are torn apart by infidelity, insecurity, and general discontent, its nice to see that someone, somewhere, is willing to push against all of those negative trappings and break through to find true love in their lives no matter the cost…or unauthorized use of your target of affection’s credit card.

Caddo Parish Deputies arrested a Shreveport man for allegedly stealing his girlfriend’s credit card from her purse and then using it to buy her an engagement ring.

Authorities say 40-year-old Larry Hill, also known as Timothy Butler, is now in the Caddo Correctional Center on a charge of unauthorized use of an access card. His bond is set at $150,000.

Deputies say that Hill is accused of making over $6,400 in purchases with the card, which belonged to his fiancee’s employer.

Romantic, no?

[As Seen in Shreveport by Marshall]