WDRB 41 Louisville News Former University of Louisville basketball player Chris Jones has been charged with rape and sodomy alleged by two different women, ages 19 and 20. One of the women is a University of Louisville student and the other is an online student of Western Kentucky University. The alleged incidents occurred late Saturday night in the Cardinal Towne Apartments, a privately run student housing facility. Two other men, Tyvon J. Walker and Jalen Tilford, were also charged with rape. Tilford was also charged with sodomy. All three men pleaded not guilty. Jones' next court appearance is scheduled for March 9. Judge Sheila Collins assigned Jones to home incarceration in lieu of a $25,000 bond. The University of Louisville released a
Prominent attorney Darryl Isaacs has returned to work after last month's collision involving his bicycle and a car traveling down River Road. The 20-year-old motorist said he was blinded by the setting sun and did not see Isaacs in front of him. Isaacs was hesitant to talk about his memories of the impact citing a need to protect information in case of future litigation. He has not heard from the motorist. Other drivers attended to Isaacs as he lay bleeding with his scalp nearly severed and his neck was broken at C-1, C-2, and C-3. Doctors were amazed that his broken C-2 did not cause permanent paralysis from the neck down, a typical result from this so-called "hangman's fracture." Isaacs
It's the 60th anniversary of Louie Louie, one of rock & roll's most misunderstood songs. The 1964 release of The Kingsmen's bluesy version of a sailor's song about missing his woman drove parents batty. Even the FBI was convinced that it contained profane lyrics to poison the minds of America's youth. LYRICS "Louie Louie" Louie Louie, oh baby, I gotta go. Yi-yi-yi-yi-yi Louie Louie, oh baby, I gotta go. A fine girl, who waited for me. I catch a ship across the sea. I sailed the ship all alone. I wondered when I'm gonna make it home. Louie Louie, oh baby, I gotta go. Yi-yi-yi-yi-yi Louie Louie, oh baby, I gotta go. Three nights and days I sailed the sea. I think of the girl constantly. On the ship, I dream she there. I
Those Nazi bastards were into both fascism and narcissism.
Hero, eh? If it's not that polite Northerner above, then it's that jettisoned Southerner below.
Americans Try Southern Food For The First Time https://t.co/uAGPrfunX7— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) February 18, 2015 These foulmouthed millennials talk about us as though we're not standing right here. BONUS DRINKING GAME: Chug a 40 ounce every time one of these twits begins a sentence with the conjunction "so."
Meanwhile, the coolest pope ever knows how to cut a rug. Good news for ostracized gay folk, Pope Francis is playing Red Light/Green Light with a lot more green lately.
One of the best gags you'll ever see. A professional stunt driver pretends to be a meek woman at a speed dating event. Then she starts crushing fools. Nice job, Ford. There's only been one particular Mustang that I didn't embrace. That's because it was used for unfair practices by a guy attempting to overpay himself at the taxpayers' expense. Just as notorious stagecoach robber Black Bart learned, there is always poetic justice.
Dumb Tweets = Great Tweets Failed humor attempts on Twitter? You're poking the Righteous Do Rights. Internet shame campaigns are the electronic equivalent of public flogging, but on a global scale. The New York Times followed up on people who encountered online beatdowns for their Tweets others considered inappropriate. Many lives go into freefall after an Internet shaming. Restaurateur Jeff Ruby wanted online help identifying a man using a vulgar gesture in the direction of Joanne Pitino, wife of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino. Ruby's goal was to identify the (alleged) University of Kentucky fan and banish him from any of Ruby's restaurants. Never heard how that story played out. And there was a matter involving a Kentucky county