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Off the Wall => The Funny Bone => Topic started by: pat on Nov 17, 2007, 05:39 AM

Title: Police Video
Post by: pat on Nov 17, 2007, 05:39 AM
Hey, here's a good one of a couple of officers having a good time, not sure if this is from Colorado though.

 From YouTube  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKAQf9Wmky0&feature=related)
Title: Re: Police Video
Post by: scuzzy on Nov 17, 2007, 09:38 AM
Oooh! That give me some great ideas to try at work.

Scuzzy; that was funny.
Title: Re: Police Video
Post by: Ace on Nov 19, 2007, 09:55 AM
I couldn't figure out why it was only 1 second long... then I figured out I should turn off the Pop-Up Blocker.  Then, I couldn't figure out how to make the annoying background "music" stop... 

Look, if you officers of the law would increase your fiber intake and go with a nice whole grain toast or bagel instead of Krispy Kremes maybe you wouldn't have to stop so often.  I'm glad there wasn't a waterbed in the portapotty, or a German.  There were probably a bunch of portapotty burglaries going on while those two were goofing off, too.  Otherwise, it was a lot better than the Wickerman.

Ace; shorter, too.
Title: Re: Police Video
Post by: scuzzy on Nov 19, 2007, 02:21 PM
I recall going down I-25 in my patrol car during rush hour and watching a porta-potty go flying off a truck. Then I watched a bunch of cars go skidding in different directions. I'm amazed nobody crashed or went for a dive off of the bridge, although the state trooper in front of me had to swerve to miss the potty.

Fortunately nobody was in the john at the time. "Honey, you won't believe what happened to me today."

Scuzzy; where's the Ace blocker on this thing?
Title: Re: Police Video
Post by: Ace on Nov 20, 2007, 04:41 AM
Just move the room; that usually works.  Or set up one of those parallel universe Poasters, and lure me there, while you stay here.  That'll do the trick, too.

This is the time of year where I pick up a part time seasonal job, at those Madrigal Dinners where they need a jester.  Well, they think they need one, till they find out the ramifications of that premise.  Usually they mistake Jester for "entertainment" or "fun" or "joviality" and "good cheer."  Once they find out just how wrong they are, it's too late... 

Ace; there's a reason Madrigal Dinners typically end with a food fight.