I paid an $85 speeding ticket last week to the sneaky city of Dayton. I got nabbed by one of those un-American speed cameras while rushing home to retrieve my son’s baseball cleats on a quiet Sunday morning. They were on the back porch and not on his feet. Young Jake will be washing my truck weekly until the first frost.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Lionel Messi, regarded as the world’s best soccer player, hosted a charity match in Chicago last week. Some deep-pocketed fans paid $2,500 a pop for a meet-and-greet with Messi at Soldier Field. One problem: Messi didn’t show for the session. Dozens of soccer fanatics waited two hours before being told Messi was giving them the red card. A few days earlier, Messi backed out of a charity match in Los Angeles.