I don’t understand why white people feel the need to write in Chinese lettering or dress as if they’re from another culture. Stop that. Be proud of your own culture. Europe is filled with so many different cultures and I promise you that learning about your own will make you feel really good. Your own culture is just as awesome and rich with really interesting traditions. It’s a part of who you are.
Wonderful sane person, have you ever heard of Red Skelton's bit on the Pledge of Allegiance? He goes through and explains it word-by-word. My history teacher showed it to me and I thought you might enjoy it.
I believe I have, yes. Btw, I’m no fan of the pledge’s origins.
Insomuch as our president has blatantly and willfully disregarded the safety and security of the people of the states; through the open refusal to properly safeguard against illegal immigration; we the governors of the states enumerated herein; do…
you can preach about slut-shaming all you want, but you can’t deny there’s something very wrong with 13 and 14-year old girls going out in skirts and dresses so short they barely cover their asses and shirts with necklines so low they show off cleave they haven’t got yet, drinking and even smoking and hooking up with guys before they even have a substantial knowledge of how sex and sexual relationships work.
If there was a hidden agenda behind North Carolina’s voter ID law to suppress minority turnout – as the law’s opponents claim – it hasn’t worked, based on a study showing not only more voters overall, but an increase in black…
The trucker doesn’t actually pull the cop over; he just blows his horn like crazy until the cop pulls him over for “illegal use of horn.” That’s when the trucker confronts him about speeding and using his cell phone (it’s illegal to talk and drive in Illinois).
Here’s the video:
In most states, including Illinois, emergency personnel are allowed to use electronic equipment devices and are not breaking the law so long as they are on duty. The officer lost his composure over the ordeal, but he was in the right using his cellphone. Does that make him ‘above the law’? No, outside of official duties, if he were to be using his cellphone in his personal vehicle (or department issued vehicle while not on shift) it would be against the law for him too.
As for speeding? Meh, I take it with a grain of salt. If the truck driver was going 65 in a 70 and the officer was ‘blowing past him’ but he was still able to tell that he had a cell phone I doubt he could be going too fast. Most places give you 5 over the limit anyways. So even if the officer was going 10 mph over that of the trucker’s, he’d still be going at a safe speed.
The trucker isn’t a hero in my opinion. Just another anti-police guy.