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(SeattlePI)   Did you know for only $27 you can pee on a cop car in Seattle?   (blog.seattlepi.com) divider line 55
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2012-10-14 06:51:07 AM  
A man who officers say urinated on a Seattle patrol car in the University District was unaware officers were watching him, as a spokesman put it, "mid-stream."

..soooo his stream got some new suscribers ?
 
2012-10-14 07:53:07 AM  

beautifulbob: He's lucky he didn't get indecent exposure and sex offender status.

Sadly, that's not a joke.


Is that before or after they taser you and beat you into a coma?
 
2012-10-14 10:20:05 AM  
$27 and an arrest record.
Doesn't matter that he was released without any criminal charges.
Any time you are asked (at a job interview, a border crossing, etc.) "Have you ever been arrested?", your new answer is now "Yes."
 
2012-10-14 11:26:08 AM  

Medic Zero: Funny, I was told that they should stand their ground in the border patrol thread.


Because of all the Canadians trying to cross the border and get to our healthcare?

/Washington is NOT Arizona, genius
 
2012-10-15 04:43:20 PM  

GoldDude: Any time you are asked (at a job interview, a border crossing, etc.) "Have you ever been arrested?", your new answer is now "Yes."


Funny, only time I've ever been asked that was when I was applying for a security clearance. Every other job in 23 years I've only ever been asked about convictions. Last several jobs explicitly limited the question to convictions for felonies and misdemeanor domestic violence.
 
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