Keeping a dog alive doesn't seem like such a difficult task, but every once in a while a very dumb man discovers a new way to kill one.
A while back, it was Quincy Vanderbilt, who left his dog in a closed-up car while his girlfriend tried out for American Idol. This week it was Boulder's Ken ... More >>
There's still a month to go before the year ends -- plenty of time for more people to join the elite flock of fuck-ups for 2009 (and for Josh McDaniels to get back on the list, after his last-second reprieve with yesterday's win).
Still, there's been no shortage of Colorado turkeys this year ... More >>
In this week's Westword, reporter Alan Prendergast investigates the gnarly addiction and spotty oversight that led to dozens of patients at Rose Medical Center being infected with hepatitis C. The offending junkie, Kristen Parker (right), has earned the contempt of all of Denver. But she's no ... More >>
Sometimes we have to dig a little to find a shmuck worthy of our weekly dishonor. And sometimes, a dude lets his girlfriend's terrier die a slow death out in the car while he watches her audition for American Idol.
Oh, Quincy Vanderbilt from North Dakota. You could have done so many things diffe ... More >>
A Flickr photo"No golden ticket for you."
The American Idol auditions that turned Invesco Field at Mile High into an ear-damage danger zone for three days earlier this week racked up at least one casualty. Quincy Vanderbilt, a 24-year-old North Dakotan was charged with animal cruelty and given an A ... More >>