Wednesday, March 5, 2008
"The frontman of a popular Canadian rock group had a blood-alcohol level nearly twice the legal limit when he was pulled over two years ago on suspicion of driving drunk, the RCMP claim.
Nickelback's Chad Kroeger allegedly had 140 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood when he was stopped by RCMP in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey. The legal limit is 80 milligrams per 100 millilitres.
The judge's written overview of the circumstances of the case states that Kroeger - whose real name is Chad Turton - was stopped by police after midnight on June 22, 2006, after an officer saw a Lamborghini going "well over 160 kilometres an hour.''
When Kroeger stopped for police, an officer noted he had red, glossy eyes and a red, flushed face. He allegedly handed over his credit card when the officer asked for his driver's license."
The above story is yet another reason why we here at a-cube hate chad kroeger and all things Nickelback. Nevermind the fact that his overall persona makes you nauseous and his music/voice/lack of talent makes you want to rip your ears off everytime you are subjected to it.
I know it's been awhile since I've posted, but I think this is a good way to kick things off again.
Down with Chad Kroeger and Nickelback! I want to live in a world where bad singers aren't able to make awful music, make poor choices regarding their facial hair, and endanger others with their irresponsible drinking and driving habits.
Who's with me?
Thursday, February 28, 2008
K. Myers mentioned to me a few days ago that we hadn't updated in a few... months... but it happens. I mean, we're sitting at desks, in front of computers, sometimes we forget about... this isn't turning into a good fabrication so... I apologize.
Ahem. WHOLE GRAIN POP TARTS.
I tried some of my roommates and my refined pallet is still up in the air. They tasted a little bit like cardboard, however, I prefered them to Cheese Danish Pop Tarts. It's just too "healthy". If I was going for health, would I really being eating anything with the words "brown sugar cinnamon" stamped on the box? This is largely part of America's problem with figuring out the Next Big Thing, it leads to thing like Diet Bread, bluetooth ear pieces, and Whole Grain Pop Tarts. Yes, I do rank all of these things in the very same catagory.
Still, no luck on finding the Grape ones. This is what it feels like to be an adult.