A couple of Quincy, California Police officers took to the streets to show off a 'kinder, gentler' side of the badge. They pulled over unsuspecting innocent drivers and made them believe they'd done something wrong. Instead of citations, the cops gave the drivers some ice cream. One driver was was so shaken by it, she was crying. Check it out.
How many floaters get tossed after house parties, tailgating and pre-gaming before a proctologist appointment? Sad. Leftover beer is an issue to beer makers as well. If only there were a way to salvage all that tasty waste. The Great Lakes Brewing Company has, dare we say, a Nobel Prize winning idea — make it into ice cream.
In fact, they’re calling for a boycott of the ice cream, whose name pays tribute to a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch in which Alec Baldwin plays Pete Schweddy, a man who makes popcorn, rum and cheese balls.
One Million Moms’ statement, released Wednesday, states:
For its latest flavor, ice cream purveyors Ben & Jerry’s drew from history. Comedic history.
Months after Alec Baldwin dropped hints that a flavor named “Schweddy Balls” was on the horizon, B&J have made it a reality. The concoction, made of vanilla ice cream with fudge-covered rum and malt balls, got its name from an old ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch win which Molly Shannon and Ana Gasteyer play low-key NPR hosts who delight in holiday confections made by eatery-owner Pete Schweddy (Baldwin).
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