RAGE TRIGGER of the DAY: Brooklyn, NY father arrested and injured after confronting teacher about not letting 7-yo son use bathroom. Vincent Nemorin was put in handcuffs after questioning the second grader’s teacher at PS 193 Wednesday about why his son was allegedly left sitting in feces for hours. People who were previously, vocally concerned about this sort of thing are conspicuously silent.


Not Ohio Man.


OHIO MAN GOES FULL FLORIDA: A naked man wielding a “lengthy and pretty thick” homemade spear in Ohio was shot by deputies as he charged at them during an ambush attack, sheriff officials said Wednesday. Kudos to NYP for “shot by deputies,” instead of simply stating he was shot, as if by random and unconnected with his brandishing of a deadly weapon.



FAT BEAR WEEK 2021 WINNER: Mega-chonker 480 Otis wins his fourth title, estimated weight well over a thousand pounds.


A “candlelight” vigil for a woman attacked by a violent man. Unclear how this will help women defend themselves from attacks.


JOURNO OUTRAGED by PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY: “I’m sick of society telling women we must protect ourselves from violent men,” writes (bad) freelance journo Tayo Bero in The Guardian. Her solution? “[P]reventative interventions for men and boys is the only way to stop male violence.” And what does she mean by that? Nobody knows since she links that term to a paywalled journal article.



WHEN WILDLIFE GOES BAD: “A group of [Alaska] river otters has allegedly been perpetuating a series of violent attacks against people and dogs, and experts don’t know why.” (h/t Rebel Scum)



LET’S GO, BRANDON: “F*** Biden” was visible on flags and signs carried by a crowd of protesters gathered along M-59 in Livingston County, a deeply conservative part of the state. U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Holly, said she was “embarrassed” by the profane message as she sat next to the president, who pointed out the signs as they passed by the rally. Good job, Michiganders. We need more of this. Remind this administration of their pariah status whenever they appear in public.