Basketball

A 14-year-old basketball player is recovering after a freak accident during a game. The girl fell and was partially impaled by a splintered floorboard. “I mean, there’s no rhyme or reason to this one,” tournament organizer Perry Hibner said. The gym was filled with confusion after the girl went flying into the floor and couldn’t get up. “And the official said, ‘What do you mean? Are you hurt?’ And she’s like, ‘There’s a piece of wood stuck to me,” Hibner said. The board had split in the middle and stuck into the girl from Wisconsin Heights, Wis. Her mom, the coach, was quickly by her side. “It was 3 to 4 inches long and in some parts, probably a quarter to a half-inch deep,” Hibner said. Minutes later, emergency crews showed up and everyone was asked to leave the gym. “We thought they were going to have to remove an entire board and take the board to the hospital,” Hibner said. That didn’t have to happen, but the eighth-grader was loaded on a stretcher and spent the night at the hospital. None of her internal organs were hit by the wood. “I don’t know if we’ll ever hear something like this ever happening again anywhere,” Hibner said.

 

Local 38

Local 38 Plumbers & Pipe Fitters Union are looking for experienced HVAC-R service techs and boiler techs with plumbing service experience

Must have 5 yrs verifiable work experience for proper classification, valid CA drivers license with a clean DMV record, may be asked to take test to evaluate skills

If you are a skilled journeyman there may be a place with one of their union contractors

Health, dental, orthodontics, vision, prescription coverage for whole family at no additional cost

pension, 401k, holiday pay, vacation pay, ot pay

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Check out their website: www.ualocal38.org

Phone Number: 415-626-2000

Last Updated on Wednesday, March 02 2016 08:10

 

Carla

Remember Carla, the lady mad at McDonalds, she is back, this time upset for being kicked out of the gym.

 

Carla

A woman with a rad wig named Carla claims she went to a McDonald’s on Dorset and was “disrespected.” Carla says that the drive thru was backed up so she had to get out of her car and go inside to order her McRib meal. She ordered at the register, then asked the cashier, “Ain’t you forgettin’ somethin’, ma’am?” Carla continued, “You’re supposed to offer me an extra McRib for a dollar when I order the McRib meal.” Doh. That’s when Carla claims the cashier looked her up and down and said, “Well it don’t look like you need the extra McRib.” Welp, that’s one way to handle customer relations. “Mcscuse me? That’s when I throat-punched that b*tch,” explains Carla. “I knocked her *ss down.”

 

Hollywood Vampires

Check out the Hollywood Vampires performing last night at The Grammys. Hollywood Vampires' members Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Joe Perry, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum.


 

B.B. King

Check out the B.B. King tribute last night at The Grammys.

 

Dave Grohl

Last night at the Grammys, Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters was spotted in the crowd holding a red solo cup.

 

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga was tasked with the near-impossible task of paying tribute to David Bowie during Monday night's Grammys ceremony, but because she's Gaga, she pulled it off and then some. She sang a medley of Bowie hits including "Rebel Rebel," "Fame," "Let's Dance," "Space Oddity," "Suffragette City," "Fashion," "Changes," and "Heroes," and at the end of it all got a well-deserved standing ovation for her efforts. Nile Rodgers, who worked with Bowie on "Let's Dance," played guitar during the medley and served as musical director for the performance.

 

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift won album of the year last night at The Grammys.

 

Green Day

Check out Green Day's ‪‎Basket Case‬ sung by 109 movies.

 
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