The Buzz: The Drunkest State In The U.S., March Madness, And The Lady Who Doesn’t Have To Listen To This Crap

By Alyssa Pereira

Happy Friday Bay Area!

Welcome to the weekend. If this week kicked your butt as much as it did ours, you owe yourselves a little break to catch up on the biggest headlines over the last few days. Kick back and read along.

The University Of California President Pissed Off A Lot Of Students With Just One Line

Janet Napolitano, the UC President, is in a position that commands power and respect, and ultimately, the work she does for the public university system is meant to provide a public service. However…at a meeting on Wednesday, students (in underwear) loudly began protesting tuition hikes when Napolitano reached her breaking point. As she told her colleague, “Let’s just break. Let’s go, let’s go. We don’t have to listen to this crap.” Just one problem: the mic was still on.

March Madness Is On!!

We may not have any local teams in the running this time around, but that won’t stop us from loving basketball. KPIX Anchors and Radio DJs are getting into the Bracket action – see where they’re ranking.

This Site Ranked The Country’s Drunkest And Most Sober States

A study conducted by RecoveryFind.com gathered data on which states have the highest and lowest per capita businesses that sell liquor and beer and then organized them all into a highly useful and not at all time-wasting ranking. Who’s #1?

Some Hero Found A Bunch Of Castles That Are Cheaper Than Condos In SF

Did you know the rent is high? This person does, and managed to find at least five bona fide castles in Europe that a person can purchase for less money than an apartment in San Francisco. Which would you rather have?

Some Terrible People Are Posting Racist Stickers On Windows Of Austin Businesses During SXSW

UGH. On March 18, businesses around Austin, Texas were shocked to find stickers on their storefront windows reading “Exclusively for White People” from an organization claiming to be called the “Contemporary Partition and Restoration Program.” Austin police are currently investigating.

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