Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by EndOfLine, Feb 11, 2015.
A stinky reggie fleeing from police after a robbery??? No way...I don't buy it!!
Fucking nice! They should have let them finish him off!
And the fat white cops waddle over to cuff the perp...
Poor cop had to put down his donut
What the fuck was the youth in grey who got out of the minivan doing, he seemed to think it was time for some break-dancing.
Lol why was the kid like rolling on the ground? That was the funniest part did he have like a delayed reaction and pass out from adrenaline?
GTA V style. Trevor here.
Mudshark in the minivan?
The two from the minivan were lucky they didn't get shot for that racist attack on the nice African American gentleman who was just on his way home from carrying out charitable work in a leper colony.
Soccer moms gonna be late for practice! Aww hells no!
Get it on film for the lawsuit or disability claim cant work because of emotional distress caused by accident
Don't piss off a Reggie and his mudshark bitch.
"Whatchumean, I be arrested. I didnt do nuffin"
Update at 6:10 p.m.: Dallas police say the chase began near Haskell Avenue and Interstate 30 near Fair Park, where the man behind the wheel of the Dodge Challenger had just stolen the car. Police also say the man did indeed have a gun in the car as he led officers on a lengthy chase that ended in Lake Highlands, at Abrams Road and Walnut Hill Lane, where he crashed into a mini-van and SUV stopped at a red light.
That mini-van was being driven by Jessica Liesmann, who told our media partners at KXAS-TV (NBC5) that as soon as she was hit, she turned around to ask her 13-year-old son if he was OK. He said he was.
At that point, Liesmann told KXAS-TV, “I jumped out the car and said, ‘What the hell is wrong with you, you’re in a school zone, what are you thinking?’”
If only citizens didn't need to be nearly killed by someone before taking corrective action against someone bad. Society simply needs to stop turning our heads and accepting losers. Public scorn and shaming are more powerful tools against bad behavior than the justice system could ever be. Someone isn't raising their kids righ, gang up against them until they get the message. Asian societies know the power of shame. It doesn't eliminate losers but it certainly makes them less comfortable and they think twice before letting themselves get labeled.
Agreed 100%. Shame is not a bad thing.