I often wonder if politicians watch these videos. And if they do, do they feel….anything? I don’t know how “leaders” do what they do and sleep at night. If I we’re in their position, I would make sure I had a damn good reason to put people in harms way. I have a feeling the powers that be simply look at them as pawns in a game to further their own sick agendas. I could never do it. Then again, I still have a soul.
 May 23, 2015 at 10:06pm
Well hold on to it. I’m sure we can put it to use next week.
 May 23, 2015 at 10:05pm
Sick bastard. At least we don’t have to waste money on him now. Good shooting. Enjoy hell.
 May 21, 2015 at 4:35pm
Not sure why the insult was warranted. What makes you so sure they wouldn’t see it as resisting? It’s not like police haven’t been known to go ballistic for the smallest infractions. You’re taking your health and safety in your own hands if your actions are seen as challenging their authority. Yeah, I would win in court, but that doesn’t mean I won’t get a thorough beatdown beforehand.
I have always told my wife to find a well lit, public area and pull over there. That doesn’t mean I don’t fear for her safety in doing so. Police can be very unpredictable. You are naive to think otherwise.
 May 21, 2015 at 2:49pm
First of all police pull people over in unmarked cars all the time. According to her we should all be suspicious of an unmarked police car. I don’t see that ending well for a regular joe.
Second, if I tried doing what she said and not pulling over until I felt like I was in a safe area, I would be charged with evading or refusing to pull over and probably get tazed for my trouble. Again, I don’t see that ending well for a regular joe.
TOOL: In the aftermath of explaining your motivations to a judge, it would end up with your exoneration. That's why even if you have a gun permit, if a cop takes your weapon without reason you still have legal recourse. You never resist a real cop. Then the cop has a valid reason to arrest you or maybe worse.
Not pulling over when in doubt until you reach a safe area is still the best option. In your case, I hope you never get pulled over for any reason, right or wrong. Your thinking processes are a brick shy of a load. How did you last this long running around loose?
I agree with Sarge, if questionable at all, turn on your hazards and proceed to well lit area, and call 911 for verification.
 May 21, 2015 at 12:30pm
Why is it that if someone enters my home illegally I can shoot them to protect the lives and property in the home, but when someone actually steals the home itself, there’s nothing you can do?
And I’m assuming that if you removed them by force, you would be the one getting arrested? Unreal…
you do not have castle doctrine to my knowledge in ca if fact there self defense rules even when someone getting beating its not absolute you can shoot you may be charged and have to go through a trial
 May 21, 2015 at 12:23pm
Not the most constructive way to handle it but I would have been mad too. You’ve booked your flight…you’ve PAID for it…you’ve gotten your tickets, you’ve made all the arrangements necessary for your trip…then you hear, “Sorry, overbooked, guess you can’t go.”
He either would have made the flight or he would have been offered $500+ to move to the next flight. It's not unusual for the voucher to be more than the cost of the flight. If it makes that flight over booked, they bump someone from that flight. It's happened to me more than once.
What's up with this stupid practice of "overbooking" anyways? They know how many seats there are. They know how many tickets they sell. In 1969, we knew how to put man on the moon. You tell me in 2015 we can figure out how to make number of tickets sold < number of seats on plane? Society truly is getting stupider.
 May 19, 2015 at 5:59pm
Some of you people are unbelievable. People died or were severely injured and you try to make witty comments. Looks like a couple were just kids man. Are you really that jaded?
Especially so since DOD is conducting "Jade Helm" warfare exercises in Texas.
Another expeditionary prep exercise for incursions of PLA Red Chinese. Either here or in Taiwan where U.S teams will be defensive 'advisory' when mainland Maoists makes beach landing.
Tienanmen square crackdown by the Communist party crushed all hope of reversal to any real semblance of a representative republic.
Cry me a river.
 May 19, 2015 at 11:27am
Would you really want to eat anything prepared by someone you have just humiliated and pissed off? I wouldn’t recommend it.
Same reason I'll never return food to the cook because it wasn't exactly as I'd wanted.
Apparently, that is one of the "immutable" characteristics of gay "weddings". A cake baked as a result of a voluntary exchange between free adults of money for goods, just doesn't taste as good as a cake baked grudgingly, at the compulsion of the state. The latter is a "must have" for any fashionable gay "wedding" right now.
[-1] May 18, 2015 at 12:25pm
Jennifer Love Hewitt is the only good thing that has come from Waco, TX. That and, for those that don’t have blinders on, the revelation of the governments willingness to murder American citizens if they don’t like you.
You bring up a good point though. Say he had done that. The majority, if not all, of the kids are minors. How would the law work if you shot and killed a minor in a situation like this?
 May 12, 2015 at 1:00pm
Nothing in your statement trumps social etiquette. Once you are in your hotel room you can get naked and rub Doritos all over yourself for all I care. Until then you have to behave like a civilized human being. Mmmkay?
May 12, 2015 at 12:55pm
“There’s a breakdown in social etiquette in this country and it’s time we start calling some people out on their BS.” – Chris Porter
It’s time to start checking people. I love this guy. This show is on Netflix. I highly recommend you watch it.