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Bonfire Brewing in Eagle, CO, has developed a microbrew in honor of the Patriots QB that gets ESPN all hot and bothered, Tim Tebow.

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Let's put this in perspective: the legal limit for driving while intoxicated is a BAC of 0.08, meaning this guy had eight times the legal limit in his system. Furthermore, in Iowa state police academy curriculum, officers are taught that a person with a BAC of 0.40 are likely to be in a coma. This guy has 1.5 times the amount needed to kill a person, and he was still driving. Talk about holding your liquor!

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"The bottom line is that we think being too focused can blind you to novel possibilities, and a broader, more flexible state of attention is needed for creative solutions to emerge," says Professor Jennifer Wiley of the University of Illinois.

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Some guy tried to hold up a Rotterdam bar and ended up getting chased out by the unarmed patrons, who were probably more irritated that he interrupted their night than anything else.c

Moral of the story: if you're gonna rob a business in the Netherlands, you better have more than a little ol' gun.

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British Transport Police released this video of a fantastically drunk woman at Barnsley Station managing to accidentally fall under a train. Luckily, the woman not only survived, but walked away with only minor cuts and bruises. Hopefully next time she'll just call a cab.

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Apparently, the man was rather small in stature to begin with (which means he probably can't hold his liquor, which explains why he passed out on train tracks). Because of this, he fit in the gap between the track surface and the train cars. After the train stopped, Canadian Pacific railway personnel found him under one of the rear train cars, after which he promptly got up and just continued on his merry way. Miraculous, eh?

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We could assume that Minnesota's News 12 KEYC anchor Annie Stensrud was just having a really off day, or maybe reacting poorly to some new medication...

Nah, she's drunk.