Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Breaking news: High school kids like to drink: Parents and administrators at the Oyster River High School in New Hampshire are upset with the senior class’ t-shirts. The shirts read “.08: Pushing the Limit.” Sure, it’s an alcohol reference, but at least it’s creative. [WHDH]
What you gonna do with all that junk? Can someone please explain to us how Jonathan Papelbon developed a white boy badonkadonk? We’d like to place blame (or praise) on the fine folks at Barber Foods and Bud Lite. [Boston.com, image 15]
You give New Jersey a bad name, sir: Carl Mayer, a Jets season ticket holder, is suing the New England Patriots for “deceiving customers” due to the videotaping of defensive signals. Dude, you lost. Get over it. [Fox Sports via Bostonist]
Rea of light: A longtime WBZ-TV reporter has been named as a replacement for the late Paul Sullivan on WBZ Radio. Dan Rea will host NightSide with Dan Rea from 8 p.m. until midnight. [WBZ]