Hey, good point, it kind of like having those “stupid” signs! I like it.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:32pm
“UT alumna Jessica Jin, who organized the group last year, told the Texas Tribune that “as long as you have a dick on your backpack, people will be thinking about the guns inside of other people backpacks.”
Umm, no probably not, most of them are gonna have no clue what is going on and are just gonna think you are a freak. Also, it shows the level of intelligence you are working with here, most people who concealed carry wouldn’t keep their gun in their backpack, it would be on their person.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:23pm
Well he says that its because he doesn’t want them arrested for crossing police barricades. So here is an idea, add to the states Good Samaritan law that if preforming an act of good conscience you can not be prosecuted for crossing police barriers.
Also, has anyone actually thought about prosecuting these hero’s for crossing those barriers, I pity the prosecutor that does because they will most likely be in private practice soon. Did police even try to stop them? See for what the Rep. is saying to actually happen a sequence of events has to take place. So basically this is nothing more than invasive government regulation looking for a purpose.
 August 24, 2016 at 5:19pm
“Perry is working on legislation that may mean the likes of the “Cajun Navy” are required to undergo training, acquire certificates and pay a permit fee before they do their good deeds.”
Translation: Is trying to make sure the government gets to suck money off of the good samaritans.
Well I see the level of courage at my first Training and assignment base has declined sharply.
August 19, 2016 at 3:49pm
Well done Mr. Brown, well done.
 August 19, 2016 at 3:48pm
Mandatory physical castration should have been part of it as well.
August 10, 2016 at 7:46pm
“According to Cyze, the school district has completed its investigation into the issue and the student faces no disciplinary action. Additionally, the time spent out of the classroom — one day — will not be considered a suspension or appear on the student’s permanent record.”
Of course they let him off, they didn’t want to have to name the main building after him when he sued the district and possibly them personally in to bankruptcy. What a bunch of morons.
 August 9, 2016 at 12:13pm
uhh, isn’t that kind of illegal?
 August 9, 2016 at 11:58am
Doesn’t link to anything and even if it did its just bad form.
 August 9, 2016 at 11:55am
And they really didn’t reveal anything new. The police basically just said they aren’t investigating it as a crime.
 August 8, 2016 at 1:02am
Seriously, I mean, first of all why did she get out of her car? Any reasonable adult knows to stay in the car unless told different by the officer. Strike 1
It was a ticket for crossing a solid white line, purely your word against his, go to court challenge the ticket and demand that the officer testify, if he isn’t there to testify, guess what, ticket gets thrown out usually. So sit there shut up smile, say Yes, Sir and Thank you officer and then drive on. Strike 2
Calling 911 because an unmarked car on a country road tries to pull you over after dark, is reasonable. Calling 911 because you don’t agree with the officer about a minor traffic ticket is stupid and adolescent. Strike 3
This officer showed more restraint than I would have because I would have made her sit in her car before I ever approached. It was a traffic ticket that was probably less than 50 bucks, probably would never be reported to insurance, and that she probably could have gotten out of with minimal effort.
And not provide the officer your drivers license and insurance. Strike 4 If you aren't licensed or dont have it with you then thats another law broken.
Not complying with officers lawful orders. Strike 5!
 August 8, 2016 at 12:47am
So a black judge had a problem with all the white faces on a jury? Yep, sounds like text book racism to me.
[-1] August 5, 2016 at 2:12am
Last time George, Change your name, move to Texas, and STFU! For the love a Pete.
They hadn't seen the son in several years? Why? How old is this kid?
This "kid" is 29 years old, homeless, and a Jamaican thug. He is beyond help. He probably wanted to be arrested to get three hots and a cot.
 August 2, 2016 at 5:26am
Another episode of Stupid Human Tricks.
[-3] August 1, 2016 at 5:30pm
I think it is both. I 100% agree that the company should have made it to where their imaginary friends didn’t pop up on private property and in inappropriate area’s. However, these young people should have more respect for the graves and monuments. I have already had to inform the local PD that I would be calling because I was going to start holding trespassers for arrest. It is especially stupid because the imaginary friend supposedly have a range of 100 yards so why do they have to come onto my property to do whatever it is they do?
[-2] August 1, 2016 at 5:21pm
Well honestly we don’t know if he tried to explain it first, he could have and basically been told to shove off. Remember video usually only shows the “newsworthy” part rarely the whole situation.
Honestly who cares what he explained. There is absolutely no excuse to push a pregnant lady because of a disagreement. Continue using force and you will loose. He wasn't trying to teach anything, he was angry and lost his temper. Read the red words, then compare his actions to those.
 August 1, 2016 at 5:17pm
This is not only a lack of respect by the “young people” it is also a lack of respect from the company. They should have excluded places like burial grounds and the like, especially veterans area’s.
I apparently have a pokemon somewhere on my property and I am about ready to go Grand Torino on some idiots if they keep it up. I have informed the company that their imaginary friend needs to migrate or die, because I am going to start having people arrested if they don’t.
That's your right, but tell me to leave a public park and your ass is mine.
Any pokemon only appears for 12-15 minutes, and unless you own a huge acreage, they could capture it from the edge of your property.
I play the game, as do many of my friends, yes it is silly, but no more so than any other video game. The difference is: it gets people out and moving around, walking, biking, etc.
Irrational hate of a game, or of a generation, only drives a wedge between yet another group in this society. How did you feel when the old man next door told you to get off his lawn while you retrieved a Baseball/football/whatever?