Apparently a couch or two burned on or near campus following the Spartan’s victory on Saturday, in the tradition of Michigan State celebrations. I recall seeing the guy in Lucas Oil Stadium with the “Burn the Couch” sign. Did you see him? Well, the East Lansing police want to know who he is and took to Facebook to see if it could garner any leads.
Now I am not sure what a guy in Indianapolis would have to do with the ingenious and diabolical plan to burn a couch in East Lansing, but apparently the police think he may have inside information. Perhaps he had a horde of robot cookies standing by on the ready to jump into action once the sign was flashed?
Any way, as silly as that all seems, it isn’t the real reason I post this. It is the Facebook status of the ELPD that made me chuckle, which also included a screenshot of the telecast showing the evil genius and the sign.
ELPD would like to identity the person holding this “Burn the couch” sign at the game on Saturday. You’re tip can remain anonymous.
LOL. So often it goes the other way around, this improper use of the homonym your.
A bonus item. As I was browsing the Free Press report of the couch burning, I came across this sentence.
The following clip was posted to YouTube by Simon Schuster, a reporter at the State News, showing the crowds in Cedar Village.
Seriously? Someone named their kid Simon Schuster?
say my name