It’s an incident that seems as un-Canadian as anything imaginable: A youth hockey coach in British Columbia has been arrested after being accused of tripping a 13-year-old opponent in a handshake line after the teen had helped defeat the alleged perpetrator’s squad.
I wish I had a really romantic story to tell you, but it’s not so romantic. A jeweler came to the house, had a few rings, he had my ring in a separate box. I of course chose that one. He had a headset on and he was like, ‘you like it?’ and I was like yep and I put it on and he goes okay cool, and he started playing ‘Call of Duty.’
Watch the video at the above link. Is this broken? Did he do anything wrong? Would love to hear your thoughts
NEW YORK — Dewayne Wise was helped up by several fans in the stands, saw the emphatic out call and thought one thing: keep the glove closed.
Wise ran straight for the dugout — giving birthday boy Derek Jeter a glove tap on the way — after flipping into the crowd while trying to make a catch of a foul ball during the New York Yankees‘ 6-4 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night.