Dumps like a truck
Looks like it proved to be tremendously helpful
I love how long they stand there after it's happened. It's like they're legitimately in shock
Confidence is one thing, it's arrogance that leads to incidents like this
We're still putting human beings out in the elements so viewers in the Midwest can get a taste of what the wind speed is like.
That's what they call dead-on-balls accuracy
This baby will slow you down in a zombie apocalypse.
They invent ways to stay busy
Keep your eye on the runaway tire
Hey, you said to bring someone who's close to me
No seriously, stop, she's got my balls!
After that first false start, these guys should've dropped the branch
He's doing the right thing here
This particular bird, if possible
Pardon me while I go grab some ice...
Nice chicken choking
It looks like somebody's got a case of the Mondays
Mine, mine, mine
It's getting hot in here.
Girls Little League Team Kicked Out of World Series for Snapchatting Themselves Flipping Off the Camera
Kids can’t have fun anymore. The Atlee junior league softball team from Mechanicsville, Virginia, Snapchatted themselves flipping the bird. That, by itself, isn’t too bad.
Evidently, though, those middle fingers were aimed at one of their previous opponents. It came in response to a game against the Kirkland, Washington team at the Junior League World Series. The tournament, funny enough, is being hosted by the Kirkland team.
Supposedly, Kirkland was stealing Atlee’s signs during a game between the two. That transgression even got a player and coach from Kirkland’s team thrown out. These players shouldn’t have gotten involved. They should’ve done what every little league does. Let the dads come on the field and fight each other.
Instead, the Atlee team snapped their response.
Wow in Kirkland WA today. Junior League Softball pic.twitter.com/PSO5CwomsB
— Vin (@Vin99272529) August 5, 2017
Once the photo came out, Atlee manager Scott Currie tried to do damage control. He had the team delete the photo immediately and made them apologize to the entire Kirkland team in person. I would laugh my ass off if the Atlee Little League team then snapped out a photo of every single team member and coach flipping off the camera. I’m sure these Atlee team members totally meant their apologies too.
That act of contrition didn’t help.
The Little League head office, in the most newsworthy event that’s ever happened in their existence, dropped the hammer. They explained:
After discovering a recent inappropriate social media post involving members of Atlee Little League’s Junior League Softball tournament team, the Little League® International Tournament Committee has removed the Southeast Region from the 2017 Junior League Softball World Series for violation of Little League’s policies regarding unsportsmanlike conduct, inappropriate use of social media, and the high standard that Little League International holds for all its participants.
League officials then banned the whole Atlee team from the tournament. Ironically, the officials then had Kirkland sub in for Atlee in the championship game. Kirland lost 7-1 to USA Central.
That doesn’t make much sense. You wouldn’t ban an NFL team from playing just because one player gets popped.
Those teens learned a really great lesson from this. Not about sportsmanship. About narcs and how they’re everywhere.
I love how the boom mic operator keeps following the reporter rather than, I don't know, intervening. Even in Russia, union rules must be strict about what they can and...
My planet needs me
I can hear Oprah in my head, "And you get set on fire, and you get set on fire, and YOU GET SET ON FIRE!"
God bless Ameri... nope!