>Some background on Mike Stoops and Texas, per sources:
>— He informed Nick Saban Thursday that he was leaving for Texas.
>— He was set to fly to Texas today to begin the process of finding a new place to live.
>— Call came this morning that the job offer was off the table.
I feel bad for him.
Could we potentially see him on the sidelines Saturday?
Am I assuming correctly this means we have a feline admirer, or should I be more concerned?
edit: this is the primary suspect
Literally just saw this in my neighborhood. An amazon delivery driver put three packages in three different houses right by the stairs of each one. A car following it then scouted for a few minutes, two guys in the car. They hid their faces with masks and quickly stole all three packages and drove off. They even had fake license plates on the vehicle.
I can’t help but think the amazon delivery driver was involved as she literally passed by the subject vehicle and didn’t bat an eye. The placement of the packages also raised some suspicions.
I live near a police precinct in Brooklyn. My roommates and I had a birthday dinner for my roommate's partner. We (about five of us) went outside for a smoke break. Not thinking, we took our beers from upstairs with us. We were sitting on the stoop and my roommate's partner was smoking nearby (didn't want to smoke directly outside building) on our empty block. My roommate went to smoke a cig too and took her beer with her, about 2 feet from our stoop.
At this time, an unmarked car put police lights on and four cops got out. They were extremely rude to us and told us we were drinking in public. I clarified that we all lived here and were sitting on the stoop--our private property. He said that my friend smoking the cigarette was in fact several feet from the stoop, therefore drinking a beer in public. At the time I was standing at the bottom of the stoop, so he said I was also drinking publicly. He also asked for all of our IDs, including those of us who weren't drinking (we're all in our mid-twenties lol)...our IDs were upstairs because we weren't going anywhere, just stepping outside.
They didn't even have the tickets to write us so called back-up. Another cop car pulled up with lights on and four more cops showed up. A total of eight cops took 45 minutes to issue us tickets for drinking a beer on our stoop, or rather a foot from the stoop in the case of my friend and at the base of the stoop in my case. They were being incredibly rude and berated one of my roommates until she began to cry. Then, at the end of the whole ordeal, they said they were going to issue us tickets for obstructing the sidewalk (completely empty on a Wednesday night, we were obstructing it because there were eight cops issuing us tickets?).
Do I have to pay this ticket? Has anyone else had a similar experience? I cannot believe that we are using taxpayer money to fund NYPD to take nearly an hour and eight cops to issue tickets for having a half empty can of Miller Lite on my own stoop???