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December 12, 2012


In addition to speeding at an estimated 100 mph, Thompson was cited for resisting law enforcement, criminal recklessness and reckless driving in his Jeep Grand Cherokee. But Thompson, who did not make the ceremony, did manage to evade police long enough to pull into the church parking lot where his wedding was about to take place.

(Thanks to jon harris)


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What's a "groomof"? Sounds Russian.

Was the church on Cumberland Road?


I taught in the Porter Co. School system in 1981. I may have taught his parents.

Presumably you weren't teaching family planning.

At least he wasn't running away at 100 mph...

I wonder if their wedding registry was at Bed Bath Salts & Beyond.

Sounds like no matter what the happy couple has done up to now, his maturity is untouched.

So let me see if I understand this: he was late to his wedding so Thompson responded by accelerating, doing a "doughnut" and "creating a thick blanket of tire smoke," according to the police report obtained by the Times.

Or was he just that happy to get married?

Jeff...Clearly he was signaling the depth of his feelings for his bride, and the level of his commitment to the relationship. "Jeez, honey...you SAW the smoke cloud! You KNOW I tried...oh man, don't get all hysterical on me. Sheeeit. Women!"

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