Si Robertson is giving Justin Martin some expert advice on dating:
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Si Robertson is giving Justin Martin some expert advice on dating:
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Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson stepped onto the No. 1 tee box at the Old White TPC on Wednesday.
Jase Robertson was joined at the Greenbrier pro-am by Justin Martin.
Outside the clubhouse, the Duck Dynasty stars signed hats, programs, while providing some down-home celebrity cache to a foursome that included resort owner Jim Justice and family friend Bubba Watson.
The No. 3-ranked golfer in the world, Bubba Watson, befriended the Robertson family via Twitter, and on his first out-of-town event.
Jase Robertson, who took a respite from his book tour promoting Good Call to visit the Greenbrier, said he was anxious to hang out at Bubba Watson’s new house on the resort property.
Employee Justin Martin, meanwhile, was bonked by a basketball in a sensitive area and had to take a few minutes to recover. And despite having a new pair of shoes that looked like a cross between vintage Air Jordans and a pair of pogo sticks, Jep Robertson could not manage to sink a single shot.
“These shoes are for training, not for actual dunking in,” Jep Robertson explained after his humiliating display.
But the boys had bigger problems than their basketball skills: They discovered that the warehouse was infested with termites.
Wasting no time, the Robertsons called an exterminator, who promptly covered the entire Duck Commander warehouse with an enormous red and yellow striped tent.
“All of this for some little termites?” asked Jase Robertson.
“I ain’t takin’ no chances,” explained Willie Robertson.
“Anything living or crawling in there, I want to kill. Kill ‘em all.”
Since the boys were unable to work in the warehouse while the exterminator fogged the building, Willie Robertson sent the crew off to John Godwin’s house to work.
Not wanting to miss an opportunity to show off her “successful, good-looking, charming” son, Miss Kay instructs Willie Robertson to take the afternoon off so that he speak at her social club, the Golden ‘60s.
“When you’re the CEO, people look up to you,” Willie Robertson explained.
“They want to know the secrets to you your success.”
Dressed in a sharp white jacket, Willie arrived at the social club where he met his mother and half a dozen senior ladies.
Looking very uncomfortable, Willie asked Miss Kay if he should begin speaking to the group. Instead, he is ordered to “go get the lunch.”
“Go get the what?” asked Willie, confused.
“I’m not going to get the lunch. I’m speaking.”
Meanwhile, the Duck Commander crew were busy eating popsicles at John Godwin’s house – and occasionally assembling duck calls.
“Let me tell you about my crew,” explained Jase Robertson.
“We will work anywhere, anytime. But we are at our best when we have snacks and air conditioning, and no Willie.”
After finishing their popsicles, Uncle Si Robertson unwraps a package with John Godwin’s “inheritance” from his Uncle Ruben, a stuffed jackalope, which is allegedly “part rabbit and part deer.”
“Godwin, I’m telling you that’s worth some money,” Uncle Si said of the dead creature.
“Let’s go find us a taxidermist,” declared Jase Robertson.
With that, the boys head out to McGough’s Taxidermy get the furry figure appraised.
The dead animal emporium failed to impress Jase Robertson.
“Who gets excited about a building filled with stuffed animals?” he asked rhetorically.
“I certainly don’t. Animals should be eaten, not stuffed. The only animal I stuff is a turkey on Thanksgiving, sometimes Christmas.”
Sadly, John Godwin’s jackalope was appraised at only $50.
Eventually, John Godwin decided to keep his animal as-is and name him “Benjamin Bunny.”
Jase Robertson and Justin Martin of Duck Dynasty will join the Auxiliary Of Mon General Hospital at the Waterfront Place Hotel and Morgantown Event Center.
Dine at the Wild Game Buffett and see the Outdoor Show. Everyone is registered for the door prize… a new camper!
Tickets go on sale June 10th by calling 304-598-1324 or, get Duck Dynasty Dinner tickets this Saturday in person at the Waterfront Place Hotel. Proceeds benefit patient care at Mon General Hospital.
Saturday, September, 21, 2013
02:00 PM – 09:00 PM
VIP $500, Preferred $250, Gen. Admission $100
Morgantown Event Center
Three Waterfront Place
Morgantown, WV 26501
Justin Martin is appearing along with several game wardens from the Maine-based reality show North Woods Law at the annual Maine Sportsman’s Night on October 12, at Mount View High School in Thorndike.
Duck Dynasty is in its fourth season and has broken viewership records on A&E.
The reality TV show chronicles a Louisiana family that made a business out of making duck calls. The Robertson family’s men are known for their long beards.
Justin Martin, who’s often given grief for his large size, appears on the show as one of the employees of the family business, called Duck Commander.
The men of Duck Dynasty were wrapping up an unsuccessful fishing trip when family friend Justin Martin made a stunning announcement: He was planning on skipping the weekly Friday night poker game with the boys.
“I may or may not have a date tonight,” said Martin – who is known to viewers by only his surname.
Martin was nervous, so the Robertsons stepped in to help him make the date as successful as possible.
“I’ve known you for 10 years,” Jase Robertson told Martin as he fidgeted with a duck call.
“This is the first time I heard a woman come up.”
The wives, Korie and Missy, gave him a mini-makeover, and Uncle Si gave him a crash-course in etiquette.
Making it even more awkward, Si Robertson pretended to be the woman of Martin’s affections. “Hello Martin, my name is Tiffany,” he said, swinging a feather boa over his shoulder.
“Even when you’re eating, don’t let the conversation die,” Si Robertson advised him.
In a confessional later, Si Robertson dropped great suggestions of lines that women love, like “Can I have directions … to your heart?”.
Korie Robertson decided that Justin Martin’s wardrobe needed a bit of a makeover: “Let’s face it, he dresses like a seventh grader who hasn’t yet discovered deodorant.”
Korie and Missy Robertson ordered Justin Martin back to his wood-paneled, taxidermy-filled home to try and find an outfit that did not involve trucker hats or camouflage.
Willie Robertson, who had never been inside Justin Martin’s house, described his decorating style as “a mix between the Brady Bunch and that killer from <<Silence of the Lambs>>.”
While Martin was busy trying on various outfits for Korie and Missy, Willie and Jase snooped around their friend’s house.
“This is not normal,” said Jase Robertson, pointing out a large pile of mismatched socks.
“I think there’s something wrong with his feet.”
“Maybe they’re webbed,” Willie Robertson opined from the comfort of Martin’s leather recliner.
Picking up one of many framed photos of Justin Martin scattered throughout the house, Willie Robertson noted: “No adult male should have this many pictures of themselves.”
“All I’m seeing is huge piles of dirty socks and embarrassing photographs,” added Jase Robertson.
“It’s a bit creepy and weird.”
Perhaps it was for the best when Justin Martin told them the day after the date that he took absolutely none of their advice. He was just himself. And that was good enough, as he scored himself a second date with Brittany Brugman. He tweeted: “That was pre first date with @BrittanyBrugman. We’ve been together a while now so I guess I did something right.”
Justin Martin can only hope his second date goes as well as the season premiere of Duck Dynasty last week.
With 11.8 million viewers, Duck Dynasty became the most-watched nonfiction series in cable history.
Two men tried breaking into Sarah McKinley’s house, one armed with a 12-inch hunting knife. While on the phone with 911, the young mother shot and killed one of the intruders with a 12-gauge shotgun after he passed the threshold.
After her husband’s funeral the previous week, a man named Justin Martin stopped by Sarah McKinley’s house, claiming he was a neighbour and only wanted to introduce himself.
Sarah McKinley was suspicious and she said he was calling late at night, when it was “pitch black outside”.
Justin Martin returned on New Year’s Eve, this time in the middle of the day and armed with a hunting knife and an accomplice – a man identified as 29-year-old Dustin Stewart.
Sarah McKinley told KOCO News that the men started knocking aggressively on her door, Justin Martin in front and Dustin Stewart in the back.
The young mother described to the Oklahoma station what she did: “I walked over and got the 12-gague, went in the bedroom and got the pistol, put the bottle in his mouth, and then I called 911”
She also barricaded the front door with a sofa.
Sarah McKinley asked the 911 dispatcher what to do should the two men break in.
“I’ve got two guns in my hand – is it okay to shoot him if he comes in the door?” she said.
“I’m in here by myself with my infant baby, can I please get a dispatcher out here immediately?”
Once the 911 dispatcher confirmed with the young mother that her doors were indeed locked, Sarah McKinley asked again if she could shoot the intruders.
“I can’t tell you that you can do that but you do what you have to do to protect your baby,” the dispatcher told her.
Sarah McKinley was on the phone with two dispatchers – which represented two neighbouring counties – for a total of 21 minutes.
Police found Justin Martin, 24, slumped over a floral-print sofa with a single gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
His accomplice, Dustin Stewart, told police he fled after he heard the gunshot and later was later driven to the police station by his parents, Newson6.com reports.
Dustin Stewart was being held in Grady County jail on felony murder charges and will be arraigned later today, NewsOK.com reports.
Detective Dan Huff told KOCO-TV that under some circumstances, shooting a person is permissible.
“You’re allowed to shoot an unauthorized person that is in your home,” he said.
“The law provides you the remedy, and sanctions the use of deadly force.”
The Oklahoma Castle Doctrine, otherwise known as the Make My Day law, states you can only shoot an intruder if they have entered your home.
Attorney Doug Frieson told Newson6.com that the law always protects someone in their home, no matter the circumstances.
“The simple fact that you’re unauthorized in the home is enough that allows the homeowner to use deadly force.”
Sarah McKinley said that though the shooting was justified, it was by no means an easy decision to make.
“It was either going to be him or my son. And it wasn’t going to be my son,” she said.
She added: “There’s nothing more dangerous than a woman with a child.”
Detectives will continue their investigation after they obtain a search warrant for Justin Martin’s car.
According to Grady County Sheriff Art Kell, a shooting case like this is rare. “Around the state, maybe two to three people get shot,” he said.
He said there are three deputies to cover the county’s 12,000 square miles, meaning a response could hardly be immediate.
Sheriff Art Kell added: “When (our dispatcher) got the call, we need to get more information, what’s the reason for the guy outside.”
Since Sarah McKinley was calling from a cell phone, her exact location was hard to pinpoint. But, he added, “the deputy was en route within seven minutes.”
He said that Sarah McKinley’s husband was in his 50s and the couple were married two years ago.
Art Kell said one of his dispatchers, Diane Graham, handled the call 911 call.
“I knew she was scared because she was whispering,” Diane Graham, a 911 dispatcher from the Grady County Sheriff’s Office told KFOR-TV.
“Anything can be serious in a moment’s notice, so you need to believe what they say when they call and get the help to them as quick as you can,” Diane Graham explained.
The dispatcher stayed on the phone with the scared mother before transferring her to the Blanchard Police.
Sarah McKinley was gracious to the dispatchers for helping her in the difficult situation.
“The 911 dispatcher was awesome,” Sarah McKinley told KFOR-TV.
“I was feeding off her and she was calm, so I could be calm.”
Detective Dan Huff told KFOR-TV that he and his fellow detectives believe the home invasion to have been “premeditated”.
The attack, as new reports reveal, may have been premeditated. Sarah McKinley’s mother told Newson6.com that Justin Martin stalked her daughter at a rodeo two years ago.
The two have since bumped into each other at a nearby convenience store. Sarah McKinley said she didn’t know who he was until after the shooting, when she pieced everything together.
In addition, two of her dogs were recently found dead.
Since news has spread, members of the Blanchard community are eager to help the young widow, donating clothes and gifts, as well as starting long-term funds for her son.
Sarah McKinley is touched by the kindness. She told KFOR-TV: “You don’t realize how many good people there are until tragedy happens and then they step forward.
“Kinda lose faith in the human race, but when people help, it puts that back in.”
DISPATCHER: What’s going on?
SARAH MCKINLEY: There’s a guy at my door. I’ve got some dogs that keep coming up missing. This guy’s up to no good. My husband just passed away. I’m here by myself with my infant baby. Can I please get a dispatch out here immediately?
DISPATCHER: Hang with me a second. Are your doors locked?
SARAH MCKINLEY: Yes, I’ve got two guns in my hands. Is it okay to shoot him if he comes in this door?
DISPATCHER: Well, you have to do whatever you can do to protect yourself. I can’t tell you that you can do that, but you do what you have to do to protect your baby. Is he trying to get in the door?
SARAH MCKINLEY: He just keeps knocking.
DISPATCHER: Okay. Alright. Do you have like an alarm on your car that you can set off with your remote control that might scare him and get him away?
SARAH MCKINLEY: No, I don’t.
DISPATCHER: Alright, that’s okay.(rustling)
The dispatcher then transfers Ms McKinley to a neighbouring county. That call was not recorded.
Castle Doctrine – colloquially called the Make My Day Law from the 1983 Clint Eastwood film Sudden Impact – are legislated by individual states. Not all states have the law, which allow people to defend themselves in their homes. Oklahoma law states that anyone unlawfully entering a person’s home can be defended against by using physical or deadly force. The law was recently expanded in Oklahoma to include businesses.