Last weekend, 24 year old April Teale was acting the fool outside of a Waffle House in Tuscaloosa, just a stone's throw away from Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium. Not sure if it was the liquor, excitement from The Tide's dismantling of Tennessee earlier that day, or generations of indiscriminate breeding that proceeded her, but Teale thought it was a good idea to grind on an officer who was taking her into custody on a disorderly conduct charge.
Here's the video of arrest that went viral.
And the resulting mugshot where April seems pretty proud of herself...
Before I go any further, let me say I normally would just leave it there. Mistakes were made, and she has to pay for them, both in the criminal court system and with a public who isn't often kind with this type of thing. However, ol' girl didn't know when to call it a day and decided instead to take to her Instagram page and post the following caption as her headline: "Went through some legal trouble, if you wanna throw me $5 bucks, Venmo me. I'd like that." Here's a screenshot...
Kinda clever, I guess, but this isn't a situation where she's "...making Lemonade". Remember, there's another person involved here: The police officer who had this dummy's gutter bits pressed up against while he was trying to do his job.
Imagine being tasked with keeping the peace among 100k+ drunk college football fans. "Herding Cats" is an apt analogy, but since it's 'Bama, the cats are inbred, feral, and probably not litter-trained. For her to make a guy doing an impossible job suffer those indignities and then trying to profit from it, makes her a remarkable piece of shit.
Hopefully this episode will ensure her future will be wrought with marginal employment and complete despair!
Next to the 80's version of Linkin Park's "Numb", this is the best of the retro adaptations that I've heard. Enjoy the ballad version of My Chemical Romances' "Helena".
Here's the version of "Numb" for everyone as well.
The Terminator is now a playable character in the latest installment of Mortal Kombat. Footage looks incredible, but if we're doing 80's fictional movie characters, I'd like to see Barf the Mog before I get too excited.
Ice Nine Kills' next installment in their mini movie based off their album "The Silver Scream" is in and it does not disappoint. Enjoy!