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Comment count is 18
mouser - 2009-10-31

Disorderly conduct is a bit harsh.

I'd have locked them up for being douche.

And the rappers too.


joyofdiscord - 2009-10-31

If you can't come up with a new gimmick, at least come up with a new rap, kiddos.


HarrietTubmanPI - 2009-10-31

Is there an 'orderly conduct'?


fluffy - 2009-10-31

Gandhi?


phalsebob - 2009-10-31

I was once arrested for listening to Led Zepplin in my car. And by arrested I mean given a ticket, and by listening to Led Zepplin I mean doing 30K over the speed limit.


Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-10-31

Like the time I was arrested for wearing a stocking on my head, no doubt.


lucienpsinger - 2009-10-31

No ticket, but I was once given a warning for "excessive use of horn."


Chibisuke - 2009-10-31

You were going thirty thousand miles over the speed limit?


Screwtape - 2009-11-01

No, he was going 30 Kelvin over the speed limit, apparently.


themilkshark - 2009-10-31

I have to admit I thought at first... "Oh shit! There are black people in our drive thru! I'm gonna die!" Come on, American Fork?


mashedtater - 2009-10-31

what "conduct?"


Frank Rizzo - 2009-10-31

she was afraid for her safety?

I cant imagine what wouldnt scare her then.


glendower - 2009-10-31

rap: still scaring whitey


La Loco - 2009-10-31

I read raping and was disappointed.


Nikon - 2009-10-31

Glenn Beck can't be everywhere at once, you know.


kwash - 2010-07-22

Alright, have the stars.


memedumpster - 2009-10-31

I hope this starts an epidemic.


Testicles of Doom - 2009-11-02

An epidemic of soft news or an epidemic of whites co-opting black culture?

Either way, I think it's too late.


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