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December 01, 2021


Woman Leads Deputies On Wild Pursuit Through Compton In Bread Truck

(Thanks to ImNotDave)


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She obviously didn't understand that "bread truck" wasn't slang for "armored car".

I am woman, hear my bread truck roar
In numbers I'll run you down don't ignore
And I know too much to go back an' this ain't pretend
'Cause I've heard the sirens before
And I've got it down on the floor
No one's ever gonna keep me down again (take that, and that, and that)

I am strong (strong)
I am invincible (invincible)
I am woman (I'll have a sandwich then run you down)

You'll never shake off police pursuit driving a truck full of doughnuts.

Rod Nunley--I would guess she's an old hippie. Remember back when the saying, "I don't have the bread to go." meant a lack of funds? Well, at least nowadays the police will feed her more than bread and water.

*waves lighter in man tom's general direction*

Huzzah! Huzzah!

She was confused, and just looking for an ATM that accepts 'dough'.

That's the kind of story that usually stays in Vegas.

Things like this never seem to happen in Flathead County. The only bread truck hereabouts is parked in the woods outside of town and has a rather odd hermit who claims to be a retired Bible salesman living in it.

I am also in the adoring crowd waving my lighter in man tom's general direction. I laughed at the prosthetic leg one, too.

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