THE TRUTH ABOUT VARSITY BLUES IS that it introduced us to possibly the most horrible coach in history of sports!
Here’s A Recap:
BUD KILMER: 1. The coach that pushed a person on crutches. 2. Choked a child. 3. Pressured kids to take cortisone shots so they could play injured. 4. Lied to doctors. 5. Pressured unqualified people to give players cortisone shots. 6. Black-mailed people. 7. Punched a child. 8. Verbally abused a kid to the point of suicidal intents. 9. Threatened a sheriff from punishing a child who committed crimes. 10. Don’t forget he was racist ass redneck and wouldn’t let the black guy score a touchdown.
there NEEEDS to be a gif of tweeder in varsity blues sayin’ girls are panty droppers.
“Can you listen to me? All right, bitches are all just panty droppers, ya understand? that’s it. Listen, you give them a percocet, two vicodin, and a couple of beers and the panty drops. VEry NiicCEss!… IT’S NIICCCEEss!”
Man severely burned in Toronto marijuana dispensary explosion faces arson, drug charges
A 29-year-old Niagara Region man who was severely burned in a midtown Toronto marijuana dispensary explosion last week is now facing arson and drug charges.
Emergency crews responded to a report of an explosion at the Tweeder Medicinal Dispensary at 353 Eglinton Ave. W. around 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Police said the front plate glass window shattered and showered the sidewalk and road with shards of glass.
David Coleman of Smithville, Ont., suffered severe burns to his face and arms was taken to hospital and arrested.
He has been charged with mischief endangering life, arson with disregard for human life, possession of the proceeds of property obtained by crime exceeding $5,000 and three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking.
No other injuries were reported and the Toronto police Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear and Explosive response team (CBRNE) conducted an emergency assessment of the scene with the help of firefighters.
Police said the same dispensary was among more than 40 others shut down in Project Claudia raids in May.
The Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office and police are continuing their investigation into the explosion, and have yet to release the cause of the blast.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at http://www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).
Man burned in dispensary blast charged with arson, drug possession, mischief
A man severely burned in an explosion at a Toronto marijuana dispensary is facing mischief, arson and drug possession charges.
Toronto police said the 29-year-old accused, of Smithville, Ont., a community west of St. Catharines, was arrested on Wednesday.
The man is charged with mischief endangering life, arson with disregard for human life, three counts of possession of a Schedule II substance for the purpose of trafficking, and possession proceeds of property or thing obtained by crime, exceeding $5,000.
Police said a 911 call was made about the explosion at Tweeder Medicinal, at 353 Eglinton Avenue West, last Friday at 7:32 p.m. The dispensary had reopened after a search warrant had been executed at the business on May 26.
The man, who was inside the dispensary at the time of the blast, suffered severe burns to his face and arms and was taken to hospital. The front window of the store shattered, leaving shards of glass on the sidewalk and roadway.
No one else was reportedly injured in the blast, which had so much force it pushed a couch through the storefront window.
The Toronto Police Service Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear and Explosive response team assessed the scene with the help of Toronto Fire Services.
Police from 53 Division and the Office of the Ontario Fire Marshal are continuing to investigate. The cause of the explosion has not been released.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).