Friday, May 16, 2014

News: Woman Hands Over Liquor Receipt Instead Of License During 7th DUI Arrest

Drinkwater? More like Drinkvodka.

From CBS Boston.
Police: Woman Hands Over Liquor Receipt Instead Of License During 7th OUI Arrest

ARLINGTON (CBS) - Arlington’s police chief says he caught a repeat drunk driver who handed him a liquor receipt when he asked for her driver’s license.

Police Chief Frederick Ryan claims he saw Brenda Drinkwater, 60, of Revere, driving the wrong way and forcing cars off the road on Summer Street in Arlington around 5:30 p.m. Monday.

Chief Ryan then pulled her over.

“Approaching the car, the Chief asked Drinkwater for her license and registration, and she reached into her purse and handed him a credit card and a receipt from a liquor store for a bottle of vodka,” police said in a statement.

“The Chief then saw an open bottle of vodka on her passenger seat and could clearly smell the odor of liquor on her breath.”

Drinkwater was ordered out of her car and Ryan said she was so drunk she nearly fell over.

She failed “a number of sobriety tests,” according to police, and was arrested for operating under the influence for the seventh time.

Cool Movie Easter Eggs Of The Day

I love stuff like this. From Flavorwire.

Product placement: these days it’s a fact of life. David Fincher’s anti-consumer opus Fight Club succumbed to the corporate giants supporting his film, but the director made sure to take a few digs at the various companies. The filmmaker claimed that he inserted a Starbucks coffee cup into every shot in the movie — and judging by just a few stills from the film, Fight Club is extremely caffeinated.

Before there was Al Pacino’s Tony Montana in Scarface, there was Paul Muni playing the role of the greedy gangster who rises through the ranks of the mob. In the 1932 version of Scarface, “X” marks the spot — of death, that is. Every time a character is set to die, an “X” appears somewhere in the scene. The deadly letter first appears in the opening credits, hinting at the carnage to come.

The image of the Death’s-head Hawkmoth on the Silence of the Lambs poster is actually composed of nude women — a reference to the tableau vivant photo by Salvador DalĂ­ and Philippe Halsman. That image was also a skull composed of seven nudes.


You can spot several of Steven Spielberg’s E.T.s as background characters in the 1999 film The Phantom Menace. This isn’t terribly surprising considering that director George Lucas and Spielberg are friends and collaborators, but it’s still a fun easter egg to spot.

This one’s for you, Shining conspiracy theorists. Toy Story 3 is loaded with references to Stanley Kubrick’s chilling horror film. Toy Story 3 filmmaker Lee Unkrich, who happens to run the Overlook Hotel website that you’ve probably been obsessing over lately and was instrumental in bringing the documentary Room 237 to audiences, littered the Pixar film with multiples nods to the movie.

We’re always surprised by the number of fans who don’t recognize Cassandra Peterson (thee Elvira, Mistress of the Dark) as the biker mama at the bar in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. She also makes an appearance in her iconic horror get-up as a pin-up photo hanging on the wall of Mario’s Magic Shop.

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