The Kentucky Wildcats had a great 38-14 football win over the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville yesterday. Even though the calendar designated Veterans Day had just passed, the Vanderbilt athletic administration provided a beautiful series of events meant to honor America's veterans. There was cool ball presentation from the sky delivered by the U.S. Army Golden Knights. Your at home halftime entertainment. 🇺🇸Another angle from today's Army Golden Nights presentation. #RTI | #AnchorDown pic.twitter.com/J45vQvGC5e— Vanderbilt Football (@VandyFootball) November 16, 2019 There was also a reenlistment ceremony on the field. Fans enjoyed a fantastic Army helicopter fly by shown below via Tic Tok video. Some dummy unwittingly added the anti-war anthem "Fortunate Son" to the video, which "flies" in the face of anything related
Louisville attorney Thomas McAdam posted the photo and text on his Facebook page: "An Oregon motorist wearing a “Drunk As Shit” t-shirt was arrested Sunday night on a DUI charge. Ross McMakin, a 21-year-old Corvalis resident, was collared after he drove his vehicle on the sidewalk, struck a parked car, and then assaulted his girlfriend when she tried to seize the car keys. According to cops, McMakin, seen in the adjacent mug shot, was behind the wheel because his girlfriend did not know how to drive a stick shift. McMakin was charged with an assortment of crimes, including drunk driving, reckless endangerment, harassment, and strangulation (for throttling his girlfriend)."