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Steve Rannazzisi (Kevin From ‘The League’) Made A Bizarre Confession On Twitter This Morning






He goes on for a couple more tweets, but you get the gist. The weirdest thing about this whole thing is I’ve never even heard this story. Apparently it originated in a 2009 interview with Marc Maron, and just kind of snowballed from there. The admission comes 5 days after the 14th anniversary of 9/11, and I have to imagine this is going to negatively impact his career. He’s been one of the stars on ‘The League’ for 7 seasons (the second episode of the 7th season airs tonight), is the new face of Buffalo Wild Wings and has a new Comedy Central special coming out this Saturday, so the timing couldn’t have been worse. I don’t feel bad for a guy who blatantly lied about being part of one of America’s biggest tragedies, but I’m still having a hard time wrapping my mind around this entire thing. Why lie unprovoked about something like this? Hopefully more comes out about this situation, but for now, it’s just disappointing confusion.


Man Calls 911 Complaining of Chest Pains But Really He Just Needed His A/C Fixed


INDIANA, Pa. – Police say a western Pennsylvania man with a penchant for making unnecessary emergency calls recently called 911 to complain of chest pains, just so he could ask medics to help him fix his air conditioner.

Twenty-six-year-old Travis Turner, of Indiana, Pa., was charged Wednesday with obstructing emergency services and disorderly conduct.

Troopers say Turner has called Indiana County 911 dispatchers or the state police 63 times in the last three years for minor or harassing complaints.

In December, they charged him. The complaint was later withdrawn and Turner was warned to stop making such calls.

But police say Turner called 911 again Sunday afternoon. They say when an ambulance arrived, Turner said he didn’t really have any medical issues — but he did need help with his air conditioner. – Original Article on CBS News

BOLD move by Travis Turner. He must have balls the size of small trucks to think that the right move is to call 911 for help with his A/C unit. Next time I need help around the house I may just call 911, complain of a possible broken leg, and have them help me cook dinner when they arrive. Bonus points to Travis Turner on using “chest pains” as his ailment. That will get ambulance drivers to your house pretty damn quick. It’s hot out there, sweaty people need there A/Cs STAT.


Finally – A Man in Florida I Can Relate To

BEERHow is that not an emergency?

A Florida man has been arrested for repeatedly making false 911 calls complaining that his wife had “thrown out his beer.”

Officers called out to his home in West Palm Beach told an apparently intoxicated Carlos Bueno Mir that the situation really was not an emergency and not call 911 again.

Google Maps Officers responded the first time to his West Palm Beach home, but once he explained the reason for his call they told him to knock it off.

But after they left he phoned again, yelling at an operator that a woman had broken into two of his beers, reports

Over the course of four hours, he phoned 911 seven times.

The sobering fact is that Bueno Mir now faces charges of misusing the 911 emergency system and making a false complaint.


I have to side with Mr. Mir here. If somebody threw out my beer I’d want them thrown in jail with out the possibility of parole. Beer cases aren’t attention grabbing headlines but they should be. And what else did the Google Maps Officers really have to do that day? Take a picture of someone’s driveway? They really couldn’t help this poor guy out. He was obviously looking out for the community and didn’t want to drink and drive to get more beers, so he calls the cops for a helping hand and they stone wall him. Unbelievable. It’s not everyday I agree with the action of Floridians, but Carlos Bueno Mir can play on my team any day. I’ll even buy the beer.

– Ryan



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Today We Remember 9/11 With Vince McMahon and the WWE

For all the brave men and women in America and serving around the world, and to the civil servants that protect our streets everyday, we here at the Average Nobodies say thank you, from the bottom of our hearts. American may not be perfect, but it is home. We will never forget the unity in America the days after 9/11, and neither should you, that is the strength that America is built on.

-MattyV & RyanFoges

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