This weekend, the sleepy town of Keene, New Hampshire descended into chaos as the city’s 24th annual Pumpkin Festival dissolved into all-night riots, thanks to some local college students who don’t place a value on having a supply of intact liquor bottles ahead of the New Hampshire winter. The students, who were apparently attending house parties organized by a party-planning group that encourages attendees to do crazy things in pursuit of Internet fame, turned a normally low-key event into a full-on, pumpkin-flinging melee, with flipped cars, bonfires, thrown bottles, uprooted signs, 30 injuries and a visit from the governor Maggie Hassan, who apparently has nothing else to worry about.
Worst of all, they almost got New Hampshire Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown.
That’s a rather ominious Twitter photo, Mr. Brown. Rather ominious indeed.
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