KRISTEN'S STORY - WINNER
AT THE MASTERS, DILLY DILLY AT YOUR OWN RISK
Earlier this week, reports were swirling on the Internet that the phrase "Dilly Dilly" was banned at the Masters this year.
While that report hasn’t been confirmed, officials at the Masters have made it clear that shouting anything at the wrong time can get you thrown out of the tournament.
Fans are allowed to be loud and enthusiastic, but within reason. Anyone who messes up once gets a hole punched in their badge. Two punches and they’re gone.
The honchos at Bud Light heard about supposed ban -- and promised to deliver 1,000 Dilly Dilly T-shirts to Georgia in time for the festivities. Proving, once again, there’s no such thing as bad publicity.
COPS PULL OVER SUPERINTENDENT - HERE'S WHY
Authorities say a Florida school superintendent was pulled over for illegally passing a school bus. Here's the really bad part: It happened as police were running a bus safety campaign.
Brevard Public Schools Superintendent Desmond Blackburn was driving his district-issued SUV the morning of March 27th when he was stopped and given a warning by police in Melbourne.
Police had increased patrols around school buses from Feb. 26 until March 29 as part of "Operation BUSted."