You say black I say white
You say bark I say bite
You say shark I say hey man
Jaws was never my scene
Every day I pass motorcycle cops, the human equivalent of traffic cameras congregated down by the University of Arizona. Occasionally they will pull some poor kid over for minor victimless infractions, however, they are mostly just doing what Tucson cops do best. Watching the young college girls or boys walking quickly to their classes.
So forget all your duties oh yeah
Fat bottomed girls they’ll be riding today
So look out for those beauties oh yeah
I have attached a few pictures for you to peruse and will be taking more as time and space permit. Feel free to contribute pictures of your local sexual predators, I mean, cops doing their duty. There was a time not long ago when as a student of the system, quite literally, I supported the idea that we needed them. However, over the course of 6 years of higher education and the subsequent interaction with numerous individuals within that system I have been awakened to a reality that most Americans are incapable of realizing.
It is the small minority of law enforcement and judicial system workers that actually care about what is morally right and wrong. The large majority is taught to follow the law blindly or to follow policy, because and I quote this, “This is how you get home every night.” And please remember, of the top ten most dangerous jobs in the United States, law enforcement isnt one. No, folks, the dangerous jobs are for those honest hard working people who fish, hunt, farm and build your houses.
Free the mind and the body will follow.
- Police officer hit by man on bicycle (azfamily.com)
- In Almost Every European Country, Bikes Are Outselling New Cars (disinfo.com)
- A Suspended Bicycle Roundabout over a Highway (neatorama.com)
- Sheriff: Man who stole girl’s pink bicycle in Madera County linked to ID theft (fresnobee.com)