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2013-08-26 07:20:46 PM
Never ever EVAR say to a cop "I'm not under arrest!!!" when he says you're under arrest. Yes, you ARE....at least, as soon as you told the cop you weren't.
 
2013-08-26 07:21:45 PM

taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student


I would bet it is more like Obama 2012 & coexist bumper stickers.
 
2013-08-26 07:24:26 PM
FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.
 
2013-08-26 07:26:57 PM
Farking Bush.

Obama will fix all of this. You guys just wait and see.
 
2013-08-26 07:29:45 PM

OregonVet: Yah, weekend warrior cops get a ticket book in their pocket for one day a year, you better believe they'll figure out a way to use it or even better get the opportunity to slap the cuffs on anyone in their way so they can brag about it on Monday.


how much did that window cost you?

/too late?
 
2013-08-26 07:32:41 PM

taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student


Don't forget "Bumper sticker about how Obama will get crushed in the 2012 election."
 
2013-08-26 07:37:40 PM

Fireproof: taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student

Don't forget "Bumper sticker about how Obama will get crushed in the 2012 election."


"1-20-2013: End of an Error"
 
2013-08-26 07:39:35 PM
The Millers of the Alleghenies are so many, they each have a nickname.
Gun Miller, back in the 50's because as a kid he wanted a gun so bad he ran around pointing his finger at everyone yelling BANG BANG.
Black out Miller in the 60's because he drank to excess.
 Race car Miller, the race car driver, not to be confused with Race Card Miller from the 70s.
Because, well, his daddy was never around and he had funny hair.
And the women folk.
Addie Miller, the accountant.
Lizzy "too livers"
Who donated her body to science, having two livers, four kidneys, her heart on the right side of her body, could never do the pledge of allegiance with her right hand.
I could go on....
 
2013-08-26 07:41:18 PM
Meatball Miller, he ran a sawmill.
Should have been a chef.

Patch eye, moon eye, and rib eye Miller were all brothers.
Moon Eye ran a pool hall.
 
2013-08-26 07:42:48 PM

Erik_Emune: <shakes tiny fist at Rezurok>


Man, next time I'm letting you do the research ;)
 
2013-08-26 07:42:59 PM
Why the fark are people defending this asshole laying on his horn? Do you all like the sound of a vehicle honking for no goddam reason? It's bad enough to have to sit in traffic, but having to listen to some dickhead childlishly honking his horn over and over would have me applauding as the cop cuffs him and throws his dumb ass in the back of the squad car.
 
2013-08-26 07:43:00 PM

Cletus C.: This is a post from the air show's facebook page. I now believe the driver spent the day near this woman and all charges should be dismissed.


[50x50 from https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-prn2/1117657_13114982 01_1666799648_q.jpg image 50x50]Candace Weiss: Shame on you, ABE, for not offering gluten-free foods. Thanks to you, I starved most of the day since there wasn't anything I could safely eat except lemonade. I didn't even buy the popcorn because I wasn't sure if it had any seasonings on it that weren't gluten-free. I am actually grateful for Jim Fiore (one of the K9 officers at the airport) got me a soda so I wouldn't have any problems driving to Red Robin on Airport where they bent over backwards for me to make sure my order was gluten-free. Oh, how I wish that ABE would have done the same for me and for others who have to be on a special diet. If I had the choice, I'd sure as hell would have bought the deep-fried Oreos and a hamburger with a regular bun. Thanks to wheat allergies, I can no longer enjoy them. Your horrible hospitality when it comes to vending got a poor review on my food blog! Next time you do something like this, get it right!


Dear Candace,
The human body can go around 3 weeks without food, Depending on health, give or take. Going by your profile pic, we're pretty sure you're good for at least a month beyond that.
 
2013-08-26 07:51:41 PM
I was working as an inspector on a road construction project last summer.  At one point, one of the traffic signals was turned off for reconfiguration, so flaggers were letting one direction through the intersection at a time.  Traffic got pretty heavy by mid-afternoon, so it was taking two or three cycles for queued traffic to get through.  One guy waiting in the southbound queue three or four cars back started laying on his horn.  As the other southbound drivers gave him the stink eye, the flaggers mysteriously let the eastbound, northbound, and westbound traffic through three times before they remembered to let southbound traffic through.
 
2013-08-26 07:54:11 PM

taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student


Because you're familiar with PA?
 
2013-08-26 07:58:06 PM

Shorelinefarker: I was working as an inspector on a road construction project last summer.  At one point, one of the traffic signals was turned off for reconfiguration, so flaggers were letting one direction through the intersection at a time.  Traffic got pretty heavy by mid-afternoon, so it was taking two or three cycles for queued traffic to get through.  One guy waiting in the southbound queue three or four cars back started laying on his horn.  As the other southbound drivers gave him the stink eye, the flaggers mysteriously let the eastbound, northbound, and westbound traffic through three times before they remembered to let southbound traffic through.


god i hate people like that.  punishing a whole row of drivers for one asshole is worse than the guy laying on his horn.
 
2013-08-26 08:01:25 PM
Yea, well when a uniform is wearing a bicycle helmet, people don't always look for the gun and real badge to see its a real cop and not some rent-a-shmuck.

But yea, F*CK air show traffic to all F*cking hell, along with the person in charge who doesn't care about traffic control to keep shiat moving.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-26 08:02:26 PM

The Flexecutioner: Shorelinefarker: I was working as an inspector on a road construction project last summer.  At one point, one of the traffic signals was turned off for reconfiguration, so flaggers were letting one direction through the intersection at a time.  Traffic got pretty heavy by mid-afternoon, so it was taking two or three cycles for queued traffic to get through.  One guy waiting in the southbound queue three or four cars back started laying on his horn.  As the other southbound drivers gave him the stink eye, the flaggers mysteriously let the eastbound, northbound, and westbound traffic through three times before they remembered to let southbound traffic through.

god i hate people like that.  punishing a whole row of drivers for one asshole is worse than the guy laying on his horn.


That was my first thought, but then I saw the other southbound drivers giving the flaggers the thumbs-up. :-)
 
2013-08-26 08:04:46 PM

Kahabut: Third, Have something remotely resembling respect for people who's job it is to deal with the general public all day. Have you met people ? I'd farking shoot one a day to just shut the rest of them up. Yes, even when the officer in question has proven he isn't deserving of that respect. If you can't respect that man, then respect the uniform, because despite all the bad cops and bad departments and bad shiat these people do, they are in fact providing an absolutely vital function and your life without them would be A LOT worse.


This.
 
2013-08-26 08:07:10 PM

stratagos: taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student

Because you're familiar with PA?


I kind of just ported my experiences living in Cincinnati to PA.  If there's an asshole driving a truck around here, there's usually one of the above listed things going on.  In addition, I've traveled through the surrounding states, and all assholes driving trucks shared a similar collection of items of flair.  I then used my admittedly small sample size to theorize that PA truck drivers share a common trait with their Ohio Valley bretheren.

I suspect I'm not mistaken, given the responses.
 
2013-08-26 08:17:49 PM

taoistlumberjak: stratagos: taoistlumberjak: Why do I get the feeling that this guy's truck has one or more of the following;

- Truck nuts
- Giant tires
- Smoke stacks
- A gun rack, sans guns
- An american flag/crying eagle painted on the back window
- A confederate flag bumper sticker
- A bumper sticker stating that their kid beat up your honor student

Because you're familiar with PA?

I kind of just ported my experiences living in Cincinnati to PA.  If there's an asshole driving a truck around here, there's usually one of the above listed things going on.  In addition, I've traveled through the surrounding states, and all assholes driving trucks shared a similar collection of items of flair.  I then used my admittedly small sample size to theorize that PA truck drivers share a common trait with their Ohio Valley bretheren.

I suspect I'm not mistaken, given the responses.


I truly think you may be on to something bigger than that.  I can attest that these assholes are currently infesting my corner of flyover country, so what we may be seeing is the first true offshoot of the human race clawing their way up out of the mud. I guess that's why they like their trucks so much.
 
2013-08-26 08:20:21 PM
Ok so the guy in the truck was a super douche and deserved what he got but it seems like officer ineffectual is the real reason that this got out of hand.  He couldn't get truck guy to STFU, then he couldn't convince him that he could be arrested then he tried to break his window using a bike helmet.  This guy lost control of the situation early and never even got close to getting it back.  What a pansy, he had a gun and a badge and more authority than is healthy for anybody to have and he still failed.

It's going to be uncomfortable in the cop locker room for a few months.
 
2013-08-26 08:24:29 PM

LesserEvil: Officer in question?


Now THAT is funny.
 
2013-08-26 08:35:46 PM
>  But yea, F*CK air show traffic to all F*cking hell, along with the person in charge who doesn't care about traffic control to keep shiat moving.

The last time I went to an airshow it did take about an hour to leave due to the imcompetence of the MPs directing trafffic. Never again.
 
2013-08-26 08:35:53 PM
Disappointed cop didn't empty Glock into engine.
 That would of been funny.
 
2013-08-26 08:42:44 PM

Egoy3k: Ok so the guy in the truck was a super douche and deserved what he got but it seems like officer ineffectual is the real reason that this got out of hand.  He couldn't get truck guy to STFU, then he couldn't convince him that he could be arrested then he tried to break his window using a bike helmet.  This guy lost control of the situation early and never even got close to getting it back.  What a pansy, he had a gun and a badge and more authority than is healthy for anybody to have and he still failed.

It's going to be uncomfortable in the cop locker room for a few months.


I'm wondering how you think he could have gotten it "under control" when Superdouche refused to obey a lawful order to STFU. Either one obeys an order or one doesn't; and after that the only OTHER option is a Tasering or a quick beatdown with a PR-24.
 
2013-08-26 08:44:25 PM

old_toole: LeroyBourne: I find it funny that there's still people these days that think the horn is gonna make traffic go any faster.

It helps when that stupid biatch on the phone ahead of me is not paying attention to the light that just changed,


I don't think I've ever honked my car's horn...

Twice in my life I've waited a complete cycle behind an inattentive driver who never noticed they got a green arrow to turn left.  In both these cases, I refused to honk the horn to alert them to the arrow (partly because I hate the sound of my car's horn, partly because I was curious to see if they would ever look up from their phones...they didn't) which resulted in BOTH of us missing the opportunity to turn left.

Typically, there's someone behind me who honks his horn instead, relieving me of the burden of doing so.  In those two aforementioned instances, however, there was no one to honk on my behalf and I just couldn't summon the strength to do it myself.

/I'm totes zen about driving
 
2013-08-26 08:51:31 PM
If this guy was harboring that much anger just from sitting in traffic then it was a good thing he was arrested before he could blow up on someone somewhere else.  In fact he sounds like such a giant asshole that its a shame he wasn't pistol-whipped in front of a crowd and then tasered in the street.
 
2013-08-26 08:53:48 PM

Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.


Possibly he is, but I doubt it. When I first started driving on my own, I did that to a friend and it did cause a fairly serious, and rather painful injury.
 
2013-08-26 09:14:13 PM

Saul T. Balzac:

I don't think I've ever honked my car's horn...

Twice in my life I've waited a complete cycle behind an inattentive driver who never noticed they got a green arrow to turn left.  In both these cases, I refused to honk the horn to alert them to the arrow (partly because I hate the sound of my car's horn, partly because I was curious to see if they would ever look up from their phones...they didn't) which resulted in BOTH of us missing the opportunity to turn left.

Typically, there's someone behind me who honks his horn instead, relieving me of the burden of doing so.  In those two aforementioned instances, however, there was no one to honk on my behalf and I just couldn't summon the strength to do it myself.

/I'm totes zen about driving


You drive a Volvo don't you.
 
2013-08-26 09:17:29 PM
Where do I send money for the defense?
 
2013-08-26 09:18:25 PM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: aerojockey: There's really no faster way to get arrested than to tell a police officer that he can't arrest you.

When a cop opens his door, you jump in and yell, "Now what?!"
That would be a little faster.


Nah.  He still has to yank you out of his car and search for weapons and stuff, and he's going to be a lot more careful so he doesn't scratch it up.
 
2013-08-26 09:19:27 PM

Deathfrogg: Saul T. Balzac:


You drive a Volvo don't you.


A Lexus RX, in fact.
 
2013-08-26 09:24:45 PM

MagSeven: Cletus C.: This is a post from the air show's facebook page. I now believe the driver spent the day near this woman and all charges should be dismissed.


[50x50 from https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-prn2/1117657_13114982 01_1666799648_q.jpg image 50x50]Candace Weiss: Shame on you, ABE, for not offering gluten-free foods. Thanks to you, I starved most of the day since there wasn't anything I could safely eat except lemonade. I didn't even buy the popcorn because I wasn't sure if it had any seasonings on it that weren't gluten-free. I am actually grateful for Jim Fiore (one of the K9 officers at the airport) got me a soda so I wouldn't have any problems driving to Red Robin on Airport where they bent over backwards for me to make sure my order was gluten-free. Oh, how I wish that ABE would have done the same for me and for others who have to be on a special diet. If I had the choice, I'd sure as hell would have bought the deep-fried Oreos and a hamburger with a regular bun. Thanks to wheat allergies, I can no longer enjoy them. Your horrible hospitality when it comes to vending got a poor review on my food blog! Next time you do something like this, get it right!

Dear Candace,
The human body can go around 3 weeks without food, Depending on health, give or take. Going by your profile pic, we're pretty sure you're good for at least a month beyond that.


I so want to hit Candace in the face repeatedly with my bike helmet. It would be worth the price of the helmet.
 
2013-08-26 09:34:06 PM
I remember seeing some douche in a BMW, honking at the car ahead of him in bumper-to-bumper traffic. The guy in front couldn't move, because he had nowhere to go. Some homeless street kid walked over to the BMW, stuck his face in the window and yelled, "WHERE THE F**K DO YOU THINK HE'S GONNA GO? THE F**KIN' LIGHT IS RED!" Then he calmly walked away.
 
2013-08-26 09:40:03 PM

Saul T. Balzac: old_toole: LeroyBourne: I find it funny that there's still people these days that think the horn is gonna make traffic go any faster.

It helps when that stupid biatch on the phone ahead of me is not paying attention to the light that just changed,

I don't think I've ever honked my car's horn...

Twice in my life I've waited a complete cycle behind an inattentive driver who never noticed they got a green arrow to turn left.  In both these cases, I refused to honk the horn to alert them to the arrow (partly because I hate the sound of my car's horn, partly because I was curious to see if they would ever look up from their phones...they didn't) which resulted in BOTH of us missing the opportunity to turn left.

Typically, there's someone behind me who honks his horn instead, relieving me of the burden of doing so.  In those two aforementioned instances, however, there was no one to honk on my behalf and I just couldn't summon the strength to do it myself.

/I'm totes zen about driving


You sir, are the worst ambulance driver I have ever met in my entire life.
 
EZ
2013-08-26 09:42:44 PM

Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.


Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?
 
2013-08-26 09:47:40 PM

fastfxr: FrancoFile: Impatient, self-centered asshat is impatient, self-centered...

Pretty much ALL cops are...


It's always funny how my roommate remembers every instance of police brutality from New York to San Diego when he's hauled up for going seventy in a school zone.

Sure, sometimes the police are abusive thugs who overstep their authority. And sometimes, Jasper, you done farked up.
 
2013-08-26 09:47:43 PM

dabbletech: Cop lost points for having a bicycle helmet.


You don't really understand the benefit of bicycle cops, do you? It's not that hard to figure out. Put it this way, they can get almost anywhere you can on foot, a whole lot faster, and at full speed for a whole lot longer. Better for tight crowd control than a mounted officer, and far better than a car.

But go ahead and try to laugh one off one day when you are out farking around.
 
2013-08-26 09:49:45 PM

tetsoushima: I don't know about funniest, but it was definitely the most satisfying.


I was thinking the same thing... I guess it's the funniest I've read all day, since I haven't read any other stories today about someone getting arrested, but yeah, it's pretty satisfying. I hate people who can't be bothered to wait like the farking rest of us and decide to break the rules and try and drive around. It's really fun not to let those assholes back in when they realize that they are screwed.
 
2013-08-26 09:51:42 PM

LeroyBourne: I find it funny that there's still people these days that think the horn is gonna make traffic go any faster.


I want to know if people really do this in traffic jams like the movies always show. I've never heard it, except when someone isn't paying attention to a light change or an opening. When traffic is stopped for blocks, your horn isn't gonna do a goddam thing, that's for sure.
 
2013-08-26 09:52:44 PM
One thing I love about Seattle is that people very rarely use their horn.
Come to think of it, I'm OK with someone getting detained for excessive use of the horn.
 
2013-08-26 09:58:46 PM

Mikey1969:  When traffic is stopped for blocks, your horn isn't gonna do a goddam thing, that's for sure.


Sure it does - it makes a nearly unbearable situation completely unbearable.
Break the SOB's window and pull the damn fuse on that horn, I'll be happy to go to court and testify on any cop's behalf in that situation.

The only place I've been where the horn is a legitimate use in traffic is in Hyderabad where they use the horn as a type of sonar. Good lord that place is noisy.
 
2013-08-26 10:03:17 PM

EZ: Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.

Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?


They almost called the paramedics, who nearly responded.
 
2013-08-26 10:03:54 PM

peasandcarrots: fastfxr: FrancoFile: Impatient, self-centered asshat is impatient, self-centered...

Pretty much ALL cops are...

It's always funny how my roommate remembers every instance of police brutality from New York to San Diego when he's hauled up for going seventy in a school zone.

Sure, sometimes the police are abusive thugs who overstep their authority. And sometimes, Jasper, you done farked up.


The standard radar cops just issuing tickets are usually pretty polite, they just want to write the ticket and get another, and you know if you were speeding or not. However, the ones who just decide to follow you for whatever reason or you come in contact with for a non-traffic issue are usually significantly more dickish. At least in my experience.
 
2013-08-26 10:04:12 PM

Saul T. Balzac: old_toole: LeroyBourne: I find it funny that there's still people these days that think the horn is gonna make traffic go any faster.

It helps when that stupid biatch on the phone ahead of me is not paying attention to the light that just changed,

I don't think I've ever honked my car's horn...

Twice in my life I've waited a complete cycle behind an inattentive driver who never noticed they got a green arrow to turn left.  In both these cases, I refused to honk the horn to alert them to the arrow (partly because I hate the sound of my car's horn, partly because I was curious to see if they would ever look up from their phones...they didn't) which resulted in BOTH of us missing the opportunity to turn left.

Typically, there's someone behind me who honks his horn instead, relieving me of the burden of doing so.  In those two aforementioned instances, however, there was no one to honk on my behalf and I just couldn't summon the strength to do it myself.

/I'm totes zen about driving


I understand the impulse. There's a twisted fascination to observing people that wrapped up in themselves. It makes you want to see if you can balance beer cans on their head, or put My Little Pony stickers all over them. If I were brave enough to be a pickpocket...
 
2013-08-26 10:05:23 PM
Just last night we were leaving the Willy Nelson concert, and there was the expected clusterfark getting out of the parking. Patience helps here, but some entitled prick behind us decided to get out of line and zoom up to where they were letting cars out onto the highway. He was blocking traffic, so they let him through. Christ what an asshole.
 
2013-08-26 10:06:12 PM

MSFT: The only place I've been where the horn is a legitimate use in traffic is in Hyderabad where they use the horn as a type of sonar. Good lord that place is noisy.


No, a quick toot on the horn is perfect when the person in front of you hasn't noticed that the light has changed, and a whole lane of traffic is missing their opportunity to actually go anywhere, not a long, drawn out blare, just enough to get them to wake up.

Now, when someone almost causes me to kill everyone in my car because they cut me off or something, I'm not above laying on the farking horn, since it's the only thing loud enough for these assholes to hear.

But in a solid wall of traffic with no breaks? Yeah, just someone being a prick.
 
2013-08-26 10:08:03 PM
Why haven't we seen a cop get tazed or pepper sprayed yet?
 
2013-08-26 10:10:29 PM

EZ: Spaced Cowboy: FTFA: "Collins was holding on to the driver's side door and suffered an ankle injury when he was almost struck by the truck's rear wheel, according to records."

Officer Kendall Collins sounds like a pussy.

Right?  I'd like some details on this injury.  He was almost struck?  Did he almost go to the hospital, or did they almost treat him at the scene?


Coming from someone who hasn't gotten his foot too close to a moving car, obviously. I got out of the back of the car once, and my brother started driving off early, almost crushed my foot. I can see twisting to get out of the way of this asshole, and farking up your ankle.

I like how people think he should just shake off a work related injury. Since if he doesn't say anything and wakes up the next day with it swollen to shiat, he is farked. If you don't get even the smallest workplace injury on the record when it happens, if it flares up anywhere down the road, you don't get covered by work. Period. Hell, there's even a chance that your insurance could fark you, too, since they'll want Worker's Comp to take care of it, and Worker's Comp will tell you to fark off.

But I get it, this is the official cop hating website, no matter what the story.
 
2013-08-26 10:13:54 PM

Cletus C.: This is a post from the air show's facebook page. I now believe the driver spent the day near this woman and all charges should be dismissed.


Candace Weiss: Shame on you, ABE, for not offering gluten-free foods. Thanks to you, I starved most of the day since there wasn't anything I could safely eat except lemonade. I didn't even buy the popcorn because I wasn't sure if it had any seasonings on it that weren't gluten-free. I am actually grateful for Jim Fiore (one of the K9 officers at the airport) got me a soda so I wouldn't have any problems driving to Red Robin on Airport where they bent over backwards for me to make sure my order was gluten-free. Oh, how I wish that ABE would have done the same for me and for others who have to be on a special diet. If I had the choice, I'd sure as hell would have bought the deep-fried Oreos and a hamburger with a regular bun. Thanks to wheat allergies, I can no longer enjoy them. Your horrible hospitality when it comes to vending got a poor review on my food blog! Next time you do something like this, get it right!


The food blog part was where I lost it.  Good lord, what a tool!
 
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