Friday, August 28, 2009

This Used to be America, "But it Ain't No More!"



I cannot post my opinion of Officer Cheeks, or his name, without breaking my own rules about vulgar language and condoning un-nice things, so forgive my lack of commentary. When I have recovered from the content of this video, I shall give my commentary.

19 comments:

Bryan said...

Oh My Gosh...
I would of been arrested.

Dr. Paleo Ph.D. said...

Uhm...I have to agree with your lack of commentary and act the same way....

Mike said...

Just do what I've done, learn Gaelic.

I'm AMAZED that the officer actually said "It ain't no more", but he probably wouldn't have it any other way.

Fortitudo et Honor,
~Mike

Son3 said...

Thank you for the comments, gentlemen!

Bryan, I think I would have been arrested as well, but probably not just for the sign.

Doctor, silence sometimes speaks louder than words. (Is that a wyvern, BTW?)

Mike, Gaelic would work, yes, but the diphthongs make me crazy. "Bh" shouldn't say "v".

Anyway, I can speak some Mexican, but I won't use it in the post... Mexican is spoken by too many people. Don't want to use impolite language, anyway.

Hasta luego, mi hermanos.

Fidus et Audax,
Son3

Rebecca said...

That officer needs to take a logic class. It would help him to communicate with true Americans.

Son3 said...

Yes, but I thought that was something inherent in all Americans - common sense.

Power corrupts.

Rebecca said...

Yep. That one comment of his really doesn't make sense! If you take his side, then you could say "If you don't take that down, I'll charge you with murder!"
"If you don't take that down, I'll charge you with shoplifting!"

Son3 said...

I'd tell him to arrest me, and I would demand a trial by jury of my peers.

Long Live the Republic.

CarolineNot said...

AUGUST 30

Happy birthday, Son3. ☺

Son3 said...

Thanks for the blog gift, Mom!

WildWeazel said...

Obama has a face. Can we ban him from public?

WildWeazel said...

Er, I guess he said "picture" not "face". That makes my previous comment not funny and probably nonsensical.

...

I got nothing.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Yikes.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Hey, happy birthday Son3!

Son3 said...

Thank you, Johann!

RightKlik said...

Outrageous.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Yup,
helicopters are going over are house.
Low.
Seriously,
they just buzzed our house.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

We live near an airport.
No reaction here. :)

Son3 said...

Are they black?

*Gasp, Son3 is invoking wrath of the Black Helicopters*

:)

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