Thursday, April 13, 2006

Break out the throwing stars

The ATF vs. the Methodist ninja story has caught on ...

Countdown with Keith Olbermann listed it second on its top three countdown last night:

Number two, Jermiah Ransom, students of the University of Georgia detained there by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, who said he was a suspicious individual. Mr. Ransom says all he was doing was minding his own business, walking home from a university event, but it was the annual Wesley Foundation Pirates versus Ninjas party. He was still in full costume.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is on the case as well.

• Forbes Magazine runs the Associated Press story.

The Red & Black follows up with alleged ninja/wacky Methodist Jeremiah Ransom. We also learn ATF agents, at least the ones visiting Athens-Clarke County on Tuesday, apparently do confuse cell phones for guns.


Blogger Patrick Armstrong said...

Thanks for this roundup. I have wisely linked to this story.

2:32 PM  
Blogger Charles Shepard said...

God, I miss Athens.

However, we've got a pretty psycho mayor. That's kind of fun.

1:15 AM  
Blogger Patrick Armstrong said...

I bet that makes city council meetings much more efficient down in Jackson.

3:21 PM  

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