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September 30, 2016


Troller was arrested and charged with Possession of Dairy Crate.

(Thanks to John Mayson)


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If it's under an ounce of crate, it's only a misdemeanor.

Polk Folk feeling much safer now.

Totally justified, as everyone knows that milk crates are a gateway to more serious container crimes, such as the theft of wooden shipping pallets for DIY home-improvement projects...(don't laugh; that's how Joanna Gaines got hooked).

If it was a consenting crate, I fail to see the problem.

Back in the 80's, I was a leader on a canoe trip for 7th graders on the Delaware River. I picked up a washed-up milk crate on the NY side and later sat on it to have lunch on the PA side. One smartass girl noted the legal warning printed on it, and I told her to call the FBI and report me for interstate transportation of stolen property. Fortunately, that was before cell phones.

I've known lawyers who carried milk crates full of folders. This is clearly a case of a cop looking for an excuse. Send the feds after the cop for possession of drug paraphernalia, which under 21 U.S. Code § 863(d)(2) includes "water pipes." If your house has indoor plumbing, you can be arrested.

It's a good thing this Blog is not making fun of his name.

if your tough cellmates ask what you're in for, lie and say attempted murder or something (or get some soap on a rope).

I'm reminded of "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" with their reference to "So Crates".

As Ted Theodore H. Logan so proudly exclaimed: Whoa!

GeezerBus free passes to anyone other than me who's actually driven past San Dimas High School.

PirateBoy, FYI a new Bill and Ted movie(#3) is in the works. Please wait till 2017 because The Phone booth and George Carlin's character may or may not be resurrected.

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