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March 05, 2014


He's fallen asleep in a police car and he can't get out.

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)


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Clapper him in irons!

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Is "pleh" similar to "meh"? These hipster kids today can't even get excited about their own emergencies.

"I wouldn't have fallen asleep in that police car if I had known they weren't on duty around the clock." ???

" Pleh " about says it all as far as I'm concerned.

You have the right to remain tnelis. Oh, and checkout time is 9 am.

He didn't "lock himself" in the police car! The rear doors on police cars don't usually open from the inside. It's that whole 'in custody' thing.

The reporter should have known this. The napper should have known this, too. I'll bet that wasn't the first time that Einstein's been in the backseat of a police car.

It's a continental game of Chutes & Ladders. If you land on Portland, you slide down a huge chute that goes all the way across the country, to the mental basement that constitutes Floriduh.

Those two places are the bipolar ends of the Weirdness Magnet.

He must be wondrously dextrous to rummage around in a glove box from a locked back seat.
With all that time to look around, maybe he can explain why police can't seem to find their seat belts.

Darwin Award.

Not to make an urbanist remark,

but he is a third generation Rube.

I like the idea of self-arresting criminals. Even better than self-ejecting tomahtos.

I think this whole episode was just a young man's cry for PLEH.

PLEH is a vocab word on the newest dumbing down of the SAT's

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