Seriously? A Woman Blames Her Drunk Driving Crash on the Election!

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November 15, 2016
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A Woman Blames Her Drunk Driving Crash on the Election

Millions of people have expressed their frustration with the result of the election last week, mostly through 8,000-word Facebook posts.

A 33-year-old woman named Elizabeth Lundberg from Lino Lakes, Minnesota used a different coping mechanism, alcohol!  As a result, she was arrested for drunk driving after she rear-ended another car on Wednesday night.

She told the cops, quote, "I am upset over the outcome of the election and you should let me go."  But her blood-alcohol level was four times the legal limit, so they arrested her for drunk driving.  Click here to see her mugshot.

 

I Had To Walk Uphill In The Snow Just To Go To School!

Remember this kids the next time you think of how bad you have it on your way to school. 

Kids in one area of Russia were forced to go to school in another town after their school closed.  No transportation was provided so they had to walk through a forest.  Actually, they had to walk through a forest in the middle of a snow storm, then up a steep hill covered with ice!!!

One parent took video of the kids walking in deep snow and one kid was carrying an ax --after reports surfaced that kids had been attacked by a wolf.  Local officials know about the situation, but say a bus isn't feasible because of a steep, slippery slope to get to the area.

Parents were taking turns getting the kids to school until the story went viral, and then transportation was arranged.


Crime In The Great White North!

Stealing pure maple syrup in Canada is like stealing someone's child!

RICHARD VALLIERES was arrested as the mastermind behind the Great Maple Syrup Robbery in 2012 that netted $18.7-million dollars worth of the sweet gold from the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup warehouse!  He was just found guilty last week.

He tried to say that he was forced to participate by a man with a gun who had Mafia ties but the jury didn't buy that.