When youthful enthusiasm, minimum wage and a filthy pair of clown shoes is mixed with fast food prepared by the downtrodden generation, sometimes it becomes necessary to report bad service to the corporate office.
We have all heard of boxers throwing a fight to make a big payday with the bookies, but now it appears as if badminton players are involved in the same racket — and it’s getting them tossed out of the Olympics.
Make no mistake about it — there have been many parties that have gone from bad to worse simply because they involve a wild, liquored-up orgy full of sadistic pyromaniacs with only half a brain between them.
Sometimes in the wake of a tragic event, the only thing a person can do is just throw caution to the wind and continue to live life.
That is exactly what 16-year-old Justin Davis did – after less than a day since narrowly escaping the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting, the hardcore Batman fanatic got himself back in front of the big screen at another Colorado theater to finish ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’
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