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10 Dec 2012 01:35 PM   |   8183 clicks   |   WPTV
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NuttierThanEver     
Dear asshole, it's a public beach so STFU

10 Dec 2012 12:58 PM
Dead for Tax Reasons    [TotalFark]  
What an idiot...you're supposed to drink the beer before you throw the can. I guess he was too drunk already to figure that out

10 Dec 2012 01:04 PM
ChipNASA    [TotalFark]  
This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

10 Dec 2012 01:40 PM
skinink     
Yea he's a veteran. A veteran asshole.

10 Dec 2012 01:40 PM
Diogenes    [TotalFark]  

Dead for Tax Reasons: What an idiot...you're supposed to drink the beer before you throw the can. I guess he was too drunk already to figure that out


Yeah. I'm going to have to agree that his biggest crime was wasting beer.

Then there's:

Stiner also shouted he is a veteran who should be allowed to do whatever he wants, officers said.

Way to sully service, punk.

10 Dec 2012 01:42 PM
Smeggy Smurf     

ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.


10/10

10 Dec 2012 01:42 PM
Carn     
something something sex on the beach

10 Dec 2012 01:43 PM
Insatiable Jesus     
Good on him. If there's anything more contemptible in Florida than its residents, it's tourists.

10 Dec 2012 01:43 PM
Fark Reddit or bust     
Isn't that just a normal Floridian wedding?

10 Dec 2012 01:44 PM
Diogenes    [TotalFark]  

Fark Reddit or bust: Isn't that just a normal Floridian wedding?


I wonder if this is why my friend here is having hers on a beach in Mexico. Much to everyone she knows' dismay.

What's really special is that she takes everyone's hesitance to shell out the money to attend as "not loving or supporting her." When I heard that I started to seriously consider whether I would attend myself.

/threadjack

10 Dec 2012 01:47 PM
Dahnkster     
weddingunveils.comView Full Size

10 Dec 2012 01:48 PM
Gimli_Gloin     
Beach weddings are so 1990. They are done, stick a fork in them.

It is a public beach. He was good until he started tossing beer cans.

Running on the beach behind the alter, cursing all of that made him an @$$h*le but it wasn't illegal no matter how much it disrupted someone's "Dream Wedding".

10 Dec 2012 01:51 PM
ChipNASA    [TotalFark]  
THIS was funnier.


Streaker at wedding...

entertainment.ieView Full Size


Doors pop open like it's Laugh In,
/same as linky

10 Dec 2012 01:57 PM
Bondith    [TotalFark]  
Following an arrest Friday on suspicion of disorderly intoxication, Stiner faces a battery charge after the best man hit with a beer can wanted to press charges Saturday.

May the best man win.

/try the veal

10 Dec 2012 01:59 PM
blatz514    [TotalFark]  

Dead for Tax Reasons: What an idiot...you're supposed to drink the beer before you throw the can. I guess he was too drunk already to figure that out


Depends what kind of beer it was.

10 Dec 2012 02:06 PM
Wook     

ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.


You should consider decaffinated coffee.

10 Dec 2012 02:08 PM
Carn     

Wook: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

You should consider decaffinated coffee.


No blasphemy

10 Dec 2012 02:09 PM
ChipNASA    [TotalFark]  

Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

10 20/10

//23 year retired USAF {;-D
///and more bites to come! 

10 Dec 2012 02:12 PM
SlothB77     

ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.


i know you be trolling and all, but just for everyone else's benefit: he probably was not a veteran. He probably lied and just said that to try to get out of an arrest.

10 Dec 2012 02:15 PM
dickfreckle     

ChipNASA: THIS was funnier.


Streaker at wedding...

[entertainment.ie image 620x372]

Doors pop open like it's Laugh In,
/same as linky


This is how I want to go down in flames. Excellent.

/seriously, The Graduate has nothing on this guy

10 Dec 2012 02:16 PM
haywatchthis     
people who get married at a public beach should have thier legs broken

10 Dec 2012 02:23 PM
inertcorkhair     
So now it's illegal to throw beer at people? This used to be a free country.

10 Dec 2012 02:24 PM
ChipNASA    [TotalFark]  

SlothB77: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

i know you be trolling and all, but just for everyone else's benefit: he probably was not a veteran. He probably lied and just said that to try to get out of an arrest.


If that is the case, I think that this guy should be summarily stood up in public and drawn and quartered. If need be and they public and courts outrage of his actions is significant, he should be put before a firing squad.
After the Supreme Court struck down the Stolen Valor Act at least the Congress had the good sense to go back, review the wording and in a few short weeks, when the Congress and the President pass the The Stolen Valor Act of 2012, as part of the 2013 defense authorization bill (recently passed the Senate) it will give law enforcement the teeth to address this ongoing scourge of fake veterans. Oh he's probably a Navy Seal too from Team 9, the uber secret team that doesn't even exist and isn't even acknowledged. You know that there are probably 50,000 folks claiming SEAL status when there are only about 2,500 active and only about another 5,000 - 7,000 that have ever served.
Firing squad or drop in to a combat zone with only a K-Bar and a few MREs. It's your choice for claiming something you probably never were.
Again, A DANGER TO SOCIETY.
He needs to be extinguished.

10 Dec 2012 02:25 PM
Trayal     
He was throwing coors, the silver bullet, amirite?

10 Dec 2012 02:31 PM
JesusJuice     

Gimli_Gloin: Beach weddings are so 1990. They are done, stick a fork in them.

It is a public beach. He was good until he started tossing beer cans.

Running on the beach behind the alter, cursing all of that made him an @$$h*le but it wasn't illegal no matter how much it disrupted someone's "Dream Wedding".


Just because something's legal doesn't mean you shouldn't get the shiat kicked out of you for doing it.

10 Dec 2012 02:37 PM
H31N0US     
Looks like a typical poser surf dude like I grew up with in Vero.

10 Dec 2012 02:45 PM
Milo Minderbinder     

ChipNASA: Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

10 20/10
//23 year retired USAF {;-D
///and more bites to come! 


Meh. Lacks subtlety.

10 Dec 2012 03:01 PM
Mixolydian Master     

ChipNASA: THIS was funnier.


Streaker at wedding...

[entertainment.ie image 620x372]

Doors pop open like it's Laugh In,
/same as linky


images.encyclopediadramatica.seView Full Size


"He's schizophrenic!"

10 Dec 2012 03:17 PM
dodecahedron     
Where is the Downfall parody?

"Mein Fuhrer, Steiner...."

10 Dec 2012 03:38 PM
TheYeti     
I went back to Sarasota last year for the first time in a while to stay at a resort...we wandered about five feet off the private beach and I swear to God it's the same bunch of drunken rednecks out there from 20 years ago.

I'll go back to visit, but fark ever moving back there.

10 Dec 2012 04:04 PM
Diogenes    [TotalFark]  

TheYeti: I went back to Sarasota last year for the first time in a while to stay at a resort...we wandered about five feet off the private beach and I swear to God it's the same bunch of drunken rednecks out there from 20 years ago.

I'll go back to visit, but fark ever moving back there.


Their tans must be incredible!

10 Dec 2012 04:18 PM
TheYeti     

Diogenes: TheYeti: I went back to Sarasota last year for the first time in a while to stay at a resort...we wandered about five feet off the private beach and I swear to God it's the same bunch of drunken rednecks out there from 20 years ago.

I'll go back to visit, but fark ever moving back there.

Their tans must be incredible!


LOL...I don't know. On the white sand they all look like raisins on a paper towel to me.

10 Dec 2012 04:34 PM
Optimus Primate     
As a Florida resident and beach dweller, I see people's "beach weddings" ruined all the time. I would never opt for an option with so many variables.

1. Heat. The bride and groom just HAVE to have a beach wedding during the summer here ("we got such a great rate at the hotel!" - they say). It sounds great on paper during the winter in Pittsburgh, of course, but OH THE LULZ when you see a grown man sweat entirely through every layer of a rented tux...and the bridesmaids dresses? hehe

2. Wind. It blows sand in the faces of everyone. It makes the vows impossible to hear. It blows over your "altar" and all flower arrangements, archways and other ephemera quite easily.

3. Rain. I love seeing 150 people fleeing towards the hotel in the sand after underestimating the speed at which a rainstorm can descend upon the beach here.

4. 'Randoms' like dude in TFA. You are almost certainly on a public beach, or at best a private hotel beach with random other hotel guests. You and your guests are quite fun targets for mockery.

/Most residents of Florida don't opt for beach weddings.

10 Dec 2012 04:37 PM
DArque Bishop     

Optimus Primate: 1. Heat. The bride and groom just HAVE to have a beach wedding during the summer here ("we got such a great rate at the hotel!" - they say). It sounds great on paper during the winter in Pittsburgh, of course, but OH THE LULZ when you see a grown man sweat entirely through every layer of a rented tux...and the bridesmaids dresses? hehe


This is why when we got married on the beach last year, we opted to have it in October (in the Bahamas, so it wasn't cold yet), and my groomsmen and I wore white Hawaiian shirts and khakis so that we wouldn't roast. :-)

10 Dec 2012 05:17 PM
Girion47     

Optimus Primate: As a Florida resident and beach dweller, I see people's "beach weddings" ruined all the time. I would never opt for an option with so many variables.

1. Heat. The bride and groom just HAVE to have a beach wedding during the summer here ("we got such a great rate at the hotel!" - they say). It sounds great on paper during the winter in Pittsburgh, of course, but OH THE LULZ when you see a grown man sweat entirely through every layer of a rented tux...and the bridesmaids dresses? hehe

2. Wind. It blows sand in the faces of everyone. It makes the vows impossible to hear. It blows over your "altar" and all flower arrangements, archways and other ephemera quite easily.

3. Rain. I love seeing 150 people fleeing towards the hotel in the sand after underestimating the speed at which a rainstorm can descend upon the beach here.

4. 'Randoms' like dude in TFA. You are almost certainly on a public beach, or at best a private hotel beach with random other hotel guests. You and your guests are quite fun targets for mockery.

/Most residents of Florida don't opt for beach weddings.


That's why my wife and I had our engagement photo's taken on the beach and we got married at the Lightner Museum.

10 Dec 2012 11:04 PM
DarkVader     

ChipNASA: SlothB77: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

i know you be trolling and all, but just for everyone else's benefit: he probably was not a veteran. He probably lied and just said that to try to get out of an arrest.

If that is the case, I think that this guy should be summarily stood up in public and drawn and quartered. If need be and they public and courts outrage of his actions is significant, he should be put before a firing squad.
After the Supreme Court struck down the Stolen Valor Act at least the Congress had the good sense to go back, review the wording and in a few short weeks, when the Congress and the President pass the The Stolen Valor Act of 2012, as part of the 2013 defense authorization bill (recently passed the Senate) it will give law enforcement the teeth to address this ongoing scourge of fake veterans. Oh he's probably a Navy Seal too from Team 9, the uber secret team that doesn't even exist and isn't even acknowledged. You know that there are probably 50,000 folks claiming SEAL status when there are only about 2,500 active and only about another 5,000 - 7,000 that have ever served.
Firing squad or drop in to a combat zone with only a K-Bar and a few MREs. It's your choice for claiming something you probably never were.
Again, A DANGER TO SOCIETY.
He needs to be extinguished.


Oh noes! Somebody call the waahmbulance!

Look, moron, your stupid "stolen valor" bullshiat isn't going to fly, no matter how many times it gets reworded. It's inherently a First Amendment violation, and it's going to keep getting struck down.

And that's a good thing.

The only things this guy did wrong were to be drunk in public, and to throw a beer can at somebody. It's his right to disrupt a wedding on a public beach if he wants, the wedding was disrupting his relaxation on the beach. And it's his right to claim to be a veteran, whether he was or not.

11 Dec 2012 01:59 AM
supichoo     

Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

10/10


Here's a formerly normal dude that came back from Afghanistan broken:

http://www.youtube.com/user/2009fergu son

11 Dec 2012 10:35 AM
green4mice     
...don't all the nuts roll downhill to Florida...

11 Dec 2012 11:05 AM
Smeggy Smurf     

supichoo: Smeggy Smurf: ChipNASA: This is why we need to draw down the military.
This is the kind of person that is exactly the kind of folks we DO NOT want to be training to kill and we should NOT be giving weapons to.
At the slightest provocation, he attacks innocent civilians and attempts to do grievous bodily injury.
I have no idea if this guy was a cook, a truck driver or a hardened infantry combat veteran but all veterans should be considered dangerous and we need to seriously consider their necessity in the view of the current world situation.

10/10

Here's a formerly normal dude that came back from Afghanistan broken:

http://www.youtube.com/user/2009fergu son


I don't need a video to see the changes

11 Dec 2012 12:48 PM
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