Sh*t Happened 5/4/18: Gun guy impolitic, bank robber gives up too easily, Poison to save summer

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Yeah yeah yeah Star Wars blah blah whatever.

A 47-year-old man was arrested after getting bored in the car pick-up line at Madeira Beach Fundamental School and deciding to casually and conspicuously unload his .40 caliber Glock pistol while waiting in his truck. Umpteenth reminder to gun enthusiasts: Some people are made extremely uncomfortable by the sight of guns in real life when they're not strapped to a cop and kids are around, and they should be. This is a good thing. The comfort of the public trumps your desire to display your surrogate penis.

Extremely rich person Bill Edwards announced a series of summer concerts at St. Pete's Al Lang Stadium to help combat the area's hot-months tourism lull. So Poison and Counting Crows are the anti-Jaws?

A man who robbed a Clearwater bank yesterday began throwing the money out of his car during the ensuing police pursuit. Don't you hate that sinking feeling that comes the moment you realize an entire day's work is going to be wasted?

And finally, a 24-year-old Zephyrhills man won the FFA Halo World Championship in Seattle a couple of weeks ago. Yes, that's competitive video gaming. And you went to college like a sucker.

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