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2014-04-28 01:28:06 PM  

SomeAmerican: I suppose you could argue that American cops instinctively and aggressively overreact because any one they come in contact with could be armed. If you keep losing coworkers to bullets, you start to think and act like you are in a war zone. But but I'd hardly say that supports the conclusion that Norway sucks.


I'd argue that NOT being a dick reduces the chances of being shot.

Consider that most cases of bad interactions with cops involve BOTH being a dick, then they get into a contest of who can be the biggest dick, which the authority figure normally 'wins'.

Use proper de-escalation techniques(IE don't be a dick) and you defuse the opposite side as well.  The result is a lot less violence is needed.
 
2014-04-28 01:33:33 PM  

Julie Cochrane: I could wish the two cops holding the suspect had made different choices, but they were in a situation and busy switching restraints on a suspect. For all we know, the first thing they did after their shift was talk to their boss about the cop that did the choking, "Hey, this guy really pulled an obnoxious stunt out there."


You see, this is the point.

If cops came across two civilians, one choking the other, would they have 'talked to their boss' later about it, or would they have arrested the choker immediately?

I would certainly hope that they would arrest the choker... so why didn't they do so this time? Because the choker was a cop. They let someone get away with committing assault and battery, right in front of them.

And that's WRONG.
 
2014-04-28 01:35:28 PM  
Bravo to the police department.  Way to man up for once (or twice, it looks like).

I know I know they're not ALL like that.
 
2014-04-28 01:37:10 PM  

ongbok: April Bond: Being a girl maybe I don't know the mentality.  But why don't the good cops, if there are only a few bad apples, take the few bad ones out back and "explain" that they are messing it up for the rest of us?

Because after they do that if any of those good cops ever make a radio call requesting backup the department may just experience a strange department wide radio malfunction.


But, IF THE BAD COPS ARE THE MINORITY, that won't matter much- the Good cops WILL respond.

That scenario (Good cops fearing that no one will help them) ONLY applies if all or most of the other cops are BAD. But we're assured that bad cops are the minority, so....
 
2014-04-28 01:41:18 PM  
Dude was charged with PD and resisting a choking.
 
2014-04-28 01:45:34 PM  
I once passed out after two days of drinking crankshine at an epic barn party and woke up in a field 3/4 of a mile from the nearest house or road with a .22 cal pistol and a .44mag six-shooter, both empty and fouled, hardcore duct-taped into my left and right fists, respectively. There was a helicopter nearby, my head hurt, I chewed off the duct tape and crawled into a pipe directing a creek under county road 450N and fumbled out a cigarette, lit it, smoked half of it, and then fell asleep for 18 more hours.

I'm not sure what happened to everyone else, only one of my friends was at that party and he made an early getaway. I'm glad I didn't get jailed.

I did get c. diff in an open sore on my ankle (allegedly from the "poo pipe") though and they wanted to saw off my foot but I said NO. Just like I told my dentist when he wanted to take out my wisdom teeth! And no diggity, I got both my feet and 32 teeth today!
 
2014-04-28 01:46:04 PM  

thamike: danielscissorhands: But he looks like such a wonderful guy!

[www.gannett-cdn.com image 300x400]

OFFICER FIRED FOR CHOKING KID

"Obviously.  Just look at that asshole."

HERO COP SAVES ORPHANS FROM HOUSE FIRE, GOES BACK FOR PUPPY

"Really?  He looks like an asshole who chokes people."


/Yeah, that picture thing doesn't always work the way they say it does.


Are you suggesting that it is not possible to determine that he's an a**hole from the photograph? If so, I respectfully disagree.
 
2014-04-28 01:52:13 PM  

SomeAmerican: ransack.: SomeAmerican: lymond01: Why audio is important. This could have been the scenario:

"You muthafarkin' pigs. You're worthless sacks of lard!"
"Yes yes. So we've heard."
"I'm gonna come back and cap all you pigs. Soon as my dad gets me out..."
"Kid, you need to be quiet."
"I'm gonna grab my dad's shotty and hunt you down, your family..."
"Oh fer Christ's sake will someone shut this drunk kid up before he goes from a night in lockup to 20 years..."
"Yah. I bet you have kids too. I'll shoot their little heads right....gack! Gurgle!"

Doesn't matter.  Case in point, the video of the Norwegian cops handling a drunk citizen.  The citizen was verbally abusive but the cops laughed it off and told him how stupid he was being.  Tension was defused and nobody got strangled.  Why can't our cops have 1/4 of the class of these guys?

To own a gun in Norway, one must document a use for the gun. By far the most common grounds for civilian ownership are hunting and sports shooting, in that order. Other needs can include special guard duties or self-defence, but the first is rare unless the person shows identification confirming that he or she is a trained guard or member of a law-enforcement agency and the second is practically never accepted as a reason for gun ownership.

What does Norway's position on gun control have to do with the relationship between their cops and their fellow citizens, and why we couldn't try for that relationship here in America?

I suppose you could argue that American cops instinctively and aggressively overreact because any one they come in contact with could be armed.  If you keep losing coworkers to bullets, you start to think and act like you are in a war zone.  But but I'd hardly say that supports the conclusion that Norway sucks.


Norway sucking is a completely unrelated fact. But it is known.
 
2014-04-28 01:53:24 PM  

ransack.: I once passed out after two days of drinking crankshine at an epic barn party and woke up in a field 3/4 of a mile from the nearest house or road with a .22 cal pistol and a .44mag six-shooter, both empty and fouled, hardcore duct-taped into my left and right fists, respectively. There was a helicopter nearby, my head hurt, I chewed off the duct tape and crawled into a pipe directing a creek under county road 450N and fumbled out a cigarette, lit it, smoked half of it, and then fell asleep for 18 more hours.

I'm not sure what happened to everyone else, only one of my friends was at that party and he made an early getaway. I'm glad I didn't get jailed.

I did get c. diff in an open sore on my ankle (allegedly from the "poo pipe") though and they wanted to saw off my foot but I said NO. Just like I told my dentist when he wanted to take out my wisdom teeth! And no diggity, I got both my feet and 32 teeth today!


How did you get a road armed with two empty guns duct taped to your hand?
 
2014-04-28 02:11:21 PM  

yukichigai: peterthx: yukichigai: In all seriousness though Public Intox laws need to go the way of the dodo.  They're a holdover from the days of Prohibition and are the last gasp of the Prohibitionists to keep alcohol illegal somehow.

No it isn't. It's because drunks have the habit of acting like complete assholes in public and are often a danger to themselves and others.

Uhm, no, that's what Disorderly Conduct is for.


Falling/walking into things and cracking your skull is disorderly conduct?

In any case, people usually arrested for Public Intoxication are those acting the fool, pissing on things, etc.
 
2014-04-28 02:17:40 PM  

peterthx: yukichigai: peterthx: yukichigai: In all seriousness though Public Intox laws need to go the way of the dodo.  They're a holdover from the days of Prohibition and are the last gasp of the Prohibitionists to keep alcohol illegal somehow.

No it isn't. It's because drunks have the habit of acting like complete assholes in public and are often a danger to themselves and others.

Uhm, no, that's what Disorderly Conduct is for.

Falling/walking into things and cracking your skull is disorderly conduct?

In any case, people usually arrested for Public Intoxication are those acting the fool, pissing on things, etc.


That's disorderly conduct. Falling or walking into things? Cracking your skull? Toss 'em in the drunk tank for a few hours if they don't need medical attention without an arrest. If they do need medical attention, take them to the hospital.

This isn't rocket surgery.

Asking yourself, "is anything productive going to come out of arresting this person?" should be all that's needed.
 
2014-04-28 02:27:44 PM  

SomeAmerican: lymond01: Why audio is important. This could have been the scenario:

"You muthafarkin' pigs. You're worthless sacks of lard!"
"Yes yes. So we've heard."
"I'm gonna come back and cap all you pigs. Soon as my dad gets me out..."
"Kid, you need to be quiet."
"I'm gonna grab my dad's shotty and hunt you down, your family..."
"Oh fer Christ's sake will someone shut this drunk kid up before he goes from a night in lockup to 20 years..."
"Yah. I bet you have kids too. I'll shoot their little heads right....gack! Gurgle!"

Doesn't matter.  Case in point, the video of the Norwegian cops handling a drunk citizen.  The citizen was verbally abusive but the cops laughed it off and told him how stupid he was being.  Tension was defused and nobody got strangled.  Why can't our cops have 1/4 of the class of these guys?


Here's the thing, cops defusing situations gracefully happen all the time, thousands of times a day across hundreds of cities.  But that doesn't make the news.
 
2014-04-28 02:31:10 PM  

redmid17: peterthx: yukichigai: peterthx: yukichigai: In all seriousness though Public Intox laws need to go the way of the dodo.  They're a holdover from the days of Prohibition and are the last gasp of the Prohibitionists to keep alcohol illegal somehow.

No it isn't. It's because drunks have the habit of acting like complete assholes in public and are often a danger to themselves and others.

Uhm, no, that's what Disorderly Conduct is for.

Falling/walking into things and cracking your skull is disorderly conduct?

In any case, people usually arrested for Public Intoxication are those acting the fool, pissing on things, etc.

That's disorderly conduct. Falling or walking into things? Cracking your skull? Toss 'em in the drunk tank for a few hours if they don't need medical attention without an arrest. If they do need medical attention, take them to the hospital.

This isn't rocket surgery.

Asking yourself, "is anything productive going to come out of arresting this person?" should be all that's needed.


You honestly expect each individual cop to be able to objectively ask that question of themselves and everyone they encounter, all day long? Answering that question (retroactively) is the whole purpose of the judicial branch.
 
2014-04-28 02:46:18 PM  

ransack.: redmid17: peterthx: yukichigai: peterthx: yukichigai: In all seriousness though Public Intox laws need to go the way of the dodo.  They're a holdover from the days of Prohibition and are the last gasp of the Prohibitionists to keep alcohol illegal somehow.

No it isn't. It's because drunks have the habit of acting like complete assholes in public and are often a danger to themselves and others.

Uhm, no, that's what Disorderly Conduct is for.

Falling/walking into things and cracking your skull is disorderly conduct?

In any case, people usually arrested for Public Intoxication are those acting the fool, pissing on things, etc.

That's disorderly conduct. Falling or walking into things? Cracking your skull? Toss 'em in the drunk tank for a few hours if they don't need medical attention without an arrest. If they do need medical attention, take them to the hospital.

This isn't rocket surgery.

Asking yourself, "is anything productive going to come out of arresting this person?" should be all that's needed.

You honestly expect each individual cop to be able to objectively ask that question of themselves and everyone they encounter, all day long? Answering that question (retroactively) is the whole purpose of the judicial branch.


I'd expect anyone who can breath to answer that question objectively. Arresting someone passed out drunk in a yard is a dumb idea. Getting them to the hospital should and is the more important objective.

Do you really think it's necessary or useful for the already swamped court system to deal with a bunch of bullshiat that could have been taken care by someone who's smart enough to be talk to look before they cross the street.
 
2014-04-28 02:47:07 PM  

FullMetalPanda: lucksi: 800 people party? Jeez

"This incident provides a perfect example of why we are in the process of purchasing officer worn body cameras (video and audio recordings) so incidents like this will be fully documented."

Not that is a statement where police gets my respect. We need more of that.

Umm, so they expect this to keep happening and they just want to document it instead of prevent it?


Sounds to me like this cop boss wants prevention and, barring that (because having been a cop for 37 years, he knows that some cops will be assholes regardless), evidence he can hand over to the attorney general without begging the public for it.

Not all cops are utter dickbags. I know several who aren't. Sadly, the ones that are make the good ones look just as guilty and just as bad as the jackbooted thugs. Maybe this guy is sick of that and wants the thugs out of his department and off the force in general. Stranger things have happened.
 
2014-04-28 02:50:34 PM  
He's just going to find another job.
 
2014-04-28 02:58:16 PM  

FullMetalPanda: Umm, so they expect this to keep happening and they just want to document it instead of prevent it?


They're making a slildeshow for the holiday party.
 
2014-04-28 03:06:59 PM  

SpectroBoy: lymond01: Why audio is important. This could have been the scenario:

"You muthafarkin' pigs. You're worthless sacks of lard!"
"Yes yes. So we've heard."
"I'm gonna come back and cap all you pigs. Soon as my dad gets me out..."
"Kid, you need to be quiet."
"I'm gonna grab my dad's shotty and hunt you down, your family..."
"Oh fer Christ's sake will someone shut this drunk kid up before he goes from a night in lockup to 20 years..."
"Yah. I bet you have kids too. I'll shoot their little heads right....gack! Gurgle!"


Even if this is EXACTLY what the drunk said cops ARE NOT allowed to beat you up or choke you out because you hurt their widdle feewings.


Did you read the second to last line? It wasn't about hurting their feelings, the hypothetical was about preventing little Johnny from a 20 year sentence for terroristic threats to officers (made when drunk, not meant in any way, and said when he had no farking idea what he was saying because he was three sheets to the wind).

Does it justify a choking? Nope. That's a felony assault if I understand it correctly. But if little Johnny saw and heard the tape when sober and realized he could be facing a decent sentence for what he said, do you think the odds are high that he'd press charges? If I was little Johnny, I'd call it a wash, ask if the charges against me could be dropped in exchange for dropping charges against the officers and go on my merry way in that hypothetical situation. People get charged with shiat they do when drunk or high every day, and in the hypothetical posed above that we're commenting on, the kid would and could be responsible for his stupidity. Knocking him out would have been doing him a favor--though I sincerely doubt that's what occurred, since officers have been disciplined over it so quickly.
 
2014-04-28 03:18:46 PM  
I went on facebook and thanked Sheriff J.J. I thanked a cop. Me. One of the most rabid pot legalization proponents on the face of the Earth. I thanked a cop because this kind of story is so rare. How long did it take New Mexico to charge those cops that executed a homeless guy? Someone is killed at my county Sheriff jail practically once a month -- all accidents and suicides of course, strangely committed using confiscated belts. We are in a police state and it is getting worse. Don't let the legalization of pot in two states fool you, there will be a backlash and it will be violent. That's why this story is so shocking, so unusual and so outstanding it deserves attention. To that end we should also thank the Sheriff who has done what so many other sheriffs are too criminal, corrupt or evil.

/ absolutely stunned
 
2014-04-28 03:39:26 PM  

CrazyCurt: I went on facebook and thanked Sheriff J.J. I thanked a cop. Me. One of the most rabid pot legalization proponents on the face of the Earth. I thanked a cop because this kind of story is so rare. How long did it take New Mexico to charge those cops that executed a homeless guy? Someone is killed at my county Sheriff jail practically once a month -- all accidents and suicides of course, strangely committed using confiscated belts. We are in a police state and it is getting worse. Don't let the legalization of pot in two states fool you, there will be a backlash and it will be violent. That's why this story is so shocking, so unusual and so outstanding it deserves attention. To that end we should also thank the Sheriff who has done what so many other sheriffs are too criminal, corrupt or evil.

/ absolutely stunned


Who the fark was that kid anyway?
'Cause that is onlyist thing I can imagine happened here.
 
2014-04-28 03:40:33 PM  

studebaker hoch: He's just going to find another job.


Maybe. The act of firing him is admission of guilt. The kid just got a free pass to sue the crap out of him and press charges.
 
2014-04-28 03:40:37 PM  

studebaker hoch: He's just going to find another job.


Not from under this bus.
This is just the first chapter.
 
2014-04-28 03:42:08 PM  

nyseattitude: studebaker hoch: He's just going to find another job.

Maybe. The act of firing him is admission of guilt. The kid just got a free pass to sue the crap out of him and press charges.


The real gold is the cops holding him that failed to do their "Protect" part of "Servicing".
This is a target rich environment.
 
2014-04-28 03:55:47 PM  

April Bond: Being a girl maybe I don't know the mentality.  But why don't the good cops, if there are only a few bad apples, take the few bad ones out back and "explain" that they are messing it up for the rest of us?


Because, you see, cops HAVE to stick together.  They are a band of brothers.  Brothers in arms.  Their jobs are statistically almost as dangerous as those of fishermen and pizza drivers, dontchaknow.  Why do you hate freedom?
 
2014-04-28 03:59:14 PM  

danielscissorhands: Are you suggesting that it is not possible to determine that he's an a**hole from the photograph? If so, I respectfully disagree.


How many times does it take you to reread my post and understand that that's the opposite of the joke I was making?
I'll give you a moment.

 If it's more than three, I respectfully call you a drunkard and a charlatan.


Also, the word's "asshole."
 
2014-04-28 04:02:13 PM  

CrazyCurt: I went on facebook and thanked Sheriff J.J. I thanked a cop. Me. One of the most rabid pot legalization proponents on the face of the Earth. I thanked a cop because this kind of story is so rare. How long did it take New Mexico to charge those cops that executed a homeless guy? Someone is killed at my county Sheriff jail practically once a month -- all accidents and suicides of course, strangely committed using confiscated belts. We are in a police state and it is getting worse. Don't let the legalization of pot in two states fool you, there will be a backlash and it will be violent. That's why this story is so shocking, so unusual and so outstanding it deserves attention. To that end we should also thank the Sheriff who has done what so many other sheriffs are too criminal, corrupt or evil.

/ absolutely stunned


Blargharghbl with Froot Chunx.
 
2014-04-28 04:06:31 PM  

nyseattitude: studebaker hoch: He's just going to find another job.

Maybe. The act of firing him is admission of guilt. The kid just got a free pass to sue the crap out of him and press charges.


I look forward to other people stepping up to tell about their own experiences with this guy.
 
2014-04-28 04:13:41 PM  
The cop looks like Bobby Hill.
 
2014-04-28 05:53:35 PM  
And, again, we see that action was taken against the cop not when he actually committed the offense, even though it was observed by other cops, but only when pictures of the offense were published in a public forum.

It's not just the "rare" bad cop that's part of the problem - it's the rest of the assholes that see this and just shrug their shoulders because, hey, he's a cop.

I'm glad he was fired, eventually, for committing aggravated assault. When cops like him are fired before photos of their crimes reach the newspapers, because the combination of occupational integrity and internal auditing ensures that cops like him don't last long, I'll be one of the first in line to cheer.

For now, though, I'm just awaiting the inevitable wrongful termination lawsuit, the tacit support of this asshole by his cop buddies, and the harassment of the kid's family.
 
2014-04-28 06:42:49 PM  
Would be nice of some of those anonymous anonymous internet guys gave this fat loser "the business".  Like they did to that guy who claimed he knew the names of all the anonymous people.
 
2014-04-28 07:25:08 PM  

redmid17: lizyrd: Shadowknight: NormallyTechnos: Fire him now, then refuse to put up a defense to the union arbitration and suit afterwards..

Sheriff looks good, and after his reelection the cop will be back on payroll with back pay.

I think you vastly over estimate the power and/or motivation of the police union.

Indeed. I've been a union fire fighter in the Northeast for 6 years. I've seen 5 cops and two fire fighters fired during that time. It happens, it just doesn't always make it to the news.

I also think people are vastly overestimating the liklihood that the Knox County, Tennessee Sheriff's Office is a union shop. I don't know for certain one way or another, but I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that any organization in that part of the country is unionized.

Frankly I'd be amazed if they weren't unionized. Every single non-federal law enforcement agency I've ever heard of is unionized. The one exception, which was the only result I could find with a cursory search, is Camden PD, which closed shop and switched jurisdiction to the non-union Camden County police, who unionized almost as soon as they hit their recruitment quota.


You have to remember that the Police and Fire Unions can't, by law, organize a strike. They are effectively neutered in bargaining power. Most of what they do is help set up retirement funds, provide lawyers, providing aid to laid off or injured officers, and things like that.

This does include defending against unwarranted firing, but you'd be fooling yourself if you thought they want to touch this guy with a ten foot pole.

When I joined the PD 13 years ago, the first day we were filing out paperwork they told us "We can't strike anyway, so it's kind of a waste of money to join." Over half the Academy class opted out.

My dad was a lifelong Union man (UAW Local #699), and would have killed himself and me if I hadn't. But it kind of shoes you how much power they actually have.
 
2014-04-28 07:25:40 PM  

PreMortem: "The investigation will now be turned over to the Knox County Attorney General's Office to determine any further action."

Strangulation= aggravated assault= 3-6 years. But it's a cop we're talking about, so I'm actually surprised he got fired.

This former cop has the looks of an animal torturer.


It should be attempted murder. And by the looks of the 'officer' in question I would guess it's not his first.
 
2014-04-28 07:26:47 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: The victim has a punchable face. The officer showed a lot of restraint by simply holding him by the neck.

Case dismissed.


Is that an attempt at humor or genuine dickheadedness?
 
2014-04-28 07:30:03 PM  

FullMetalPanda: lucksi: 800 people party? Jeez

"This incident provides a perfect example of why we are in the process of purchasing officer worn body cameras (video and audio recordings) so incidents like this will be fully documented."

Not that is a statement where police gets my respect. We need more of that.

Umm, so they expect this to keep happening and they just want to document it instead of prevent it?


There's always a risk of this happening. Psychopaths are attracted to occupations where they can wield power over others so the police force is always going to be over represented with them. Also applied to politicians, teachers, the military and the clergy.
 
2014-04-28 07:31:15 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Good on the leadership in that department. Police should be friends with the community, not the oppressors of it.

But still, that victim had a terribly punchable face.


OK, I take back my dickhead remark.
 
2014-04-29 12:56:21 AM  

thamike: danielscissorhands: Are you suggesting that it is not possible to determine that he's an a**hole from the photograph? If so, I respectfully disagree.

How many times does it take you to reread my post and understand that that's the opposite of the joke I was making?
I'll give you a moment.

 If it's more than three, I respectfully call you a drunkard and a charlatan.


Also, the word's "asshole."


I got it in 7 tries!

I didn't know you could get swear words past the Fark filter. Impressive.
 
2014-04-29 09:11:39 AM  
wow, what a douche
glad he's getting the shaft

hate powertripping fatties
 
2014-04-29 09:44:43 AM  

natas6.0: hate powertripping fatties


cdn.visualnews.com
 
2014-04-29 10:35:39 AM  

thamike: natas6.0: hate powertripping fatties

[cdn.visualnews.com image 600x355]


I have been in the same plane as Richard.
He is a trip all by himself.
 
2014-04-29 10:59:22 AM  
Notice nothing is being done to the multiple officers that held him while he abused this compliant prisoner?

Notice the dozens of officers all watched this violent thug attack this kid and did nothing to stop him

Because he was just 1 bad apple in a department full of good apples.
 
2014-04-29 11:37:17 AM  

OnlyM3: Notice nothing is being done to the multiple officers that held him while he abused this compliant prisoner?

Notice the dozens of officers all watched this violent thug attack this kid and did nothing to stop him

Because he was just 1 bad apple in a department full of good apples.


I know SOP when I see it.
 
2014-04-29 11:37:55 AM  

OnlyM3: Notice nothing is being done to the multiple officers that held him while he abused this compliant prisoner?

Notice the dozens of officers all watched this violent thug attack this kid and did nothing to stop him

Because he was just 1 bad apple in a department full of good apples.


According to various novels and random blogs, nobody messes with the chief, or in this case Sheriff.
 
2014-04-29 11:38:29 AM  
That bastard cop has all the rest of the Nancy Boys playing cop in the exact same grip of fear.
 
2014-04-29 11:53:45 AM  

FormlessOne: even though it was observed by other cops,


Going by the image, they were concentrating on the dudes back changing handcuffs, not paying attention to him.

Also, I've heard of cops being disciplined, even fired, when no video evidence was available, but it's logical enough that video evidence generally makes doing so easier.  For good or bad you need enough evidence to build a solid case.
 
2014-04-29 12:26:03 PM  
Oh noes, I can't spell on my phone! Hahahahah!! Like anything we say here matters that much!  LOL!
 
2014-04-29 12:36:59 PM  

captcaveman: Oh noes, I can't spell on my phone! Hahahahah!! Like anything we say here matters that much!  LOL!


Doing okay there, fella?
 
2014-04-29 01:41:32 PM  

thamike: captcaveman: Oh noes, I can't spell on my phone! Hahahahah!! Like anything we say here matters that much!  LOL!

Doing okay there, fella?


I'm super, thanks ThaMike for asking!  A lot of the time I'm reading Fark on my phone to make me laugh in the morning. BTW: I still stand by what I said. We own the cops and all the ground forces. We outnumber them millions to one. Just park all over the road near the stations. They have to drive on the road too. Can't get out? They don't have an air strip in their back yard to move troops to any location. Just by working together as a community of car drivers we can immobilize ground moving forces in seconds. Do you know how powerful you are in large groups of cars? Just putting that out there.
 
2014-04-29 02:35:10 PM  

captcaveman: thamike: captcaveman: Oh noes, I can't spell on my phone! Hahahahah!! Like anything we say here matters that much!  LOL!

Doing okay there, fella?

I'm super, thanks ThaMike for asking!  A lot of the time I'm reading Fark on my phone to make me laugh in the morning. BTW: I still stand by what I said. We own the cops and all the ground forces. We outnumber them millions to one. Just park all over the road near the stations. They have to drive on the road too. Can't get out? They don't have an air strip in their back yard to move troops to any location. Just by working together as a community of car drivers we can immobilize ground moving forces in seconds. Do you know how powerful you are in large groups of cars? Just putting that out there.


Doing okay there, fella?
 
2014-04-29 03:15:53 PM  

captcaveman: thamike: captcaveman: Oh noes, I can't spell on my phone! Hahahahah!! Like anything we say here matters that much!  LOL!

Doing okay there, fella?

I'm super, thanks ThaMike for asking!  A lot of the time I'm reading Fark on my phone to make me laugh in the morning. BTW: I still stand by what I said. We own the cops and all the ground forces. We outnumber them millions to one. Just park all over the road near the stations. They have to drive on the road too. Can't get out? They don't have an air strip in their back yard to move troops to any location. Just by working together as a community of car drivers we can immobilize ground moving forces in seconds. Do you know how powerful you are in large groups of cars? Just putting that out there.


meet you there bud.  4pm friday.  I'll totes come.
 
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