CHE BELLO’s hero of the week.

May 9, 2008 at 7:30 pm (Uncategorized) ()

A new weekly installment here at Che Bello ((I know what you’re thinking, I’m not even good at keeping up with the occasional installments)) is the hero of the week — someone whose brilliance shone above the fray, who should be an inspiration to us all. And what a better way to start a tradition such as this than with a 13 year old who steals his father’s credit card and hires hookers to play Halo with him and his buddies in a motel room.

That’s right, folks. Little Ralph Hardy took his father’s credit card and went on a $30,000 charging rampage which only ended when a delivery clerk, after bringing Oreos, Fritos, and Dr. Pepper to the boys, was asked where they could “score some chicks.” The ladies of the night showed up and were clearly suspicious, so the boys told them they were developmentally challenged and worked for a traveling circus. But here comes the best part:

The boy told them that, pursuant to state law, they could not be discriminated against on the basis of their disability, giving the hookers no right to deny them service.

First of all, this kid is a badass. Any thirteen year old who goes around reciting statutes to get what he wants gets a gold star in my book. ((Nevermind the fact that I’m pretty sure those anti-discrimination laws only apply to legal occupations…)) But he’s my hero for an entirely different reason. The boy claims to have done it because his father, a lawyer who was too busy, forgot to get him a birthday present.

Ralph Hardy, happy birthday from the friendly folks at Che Bello. ((I only said that so you wouldn’t steal my credit card.))

Read the original article here.

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