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Old 10-09-2009, 02:16 AM
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I love Chris Rock's humor, and this is one of the funniest things he's ever done: YouTube - Chris Rock - How not to get your *** kicked by the police!

(Warning: This video clip, while hysterically funny, contains very vulgar and crude language.)
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THAT was funny!
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Great advice.
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Old 10-09-2009, 08:48 AM
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Someone, I think BoB in Palindrome, posted that a few weeks/months ago, in connection with the incident with the professor and the "stupid acting" police officer that our Nobel prize-winner President so handily resolved with a beer and pretzels in the Rose Garden. What a class act!

I thought it was hilarious too. Yes, it's pretty crude. Definitely not suitable for every audience.
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Very funny.
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...I thought it was hilarious too. Yes, it's pretty crude. Definitely not suitable for every audience.
Chris Rock, IIRC, is the son of a cop. He is pretty outspoken, in a funny way, on racial/social/crime issues. If you ever get a chance to watch his 1996 "Bring The Pain" video (it's a recording of a stand-up show he did in Washington DC) it's hysterical.

Yes, he is very crude, vulgar, etc., but he is also brilliantly funny!
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Hahaahhahaaaaaaaaaaa
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Hahaahhahaaaaaaaaaaa
My own reaction when I first saw it was "ROTFLMAO"... :-)
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When I taught Use of Force at the police academy, I used that video as my introduction. It really was a great start for the class.
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When I taught Use of Force at the police academy, I used that video as my introduction. It really was a great start for the class.
Like almost all of Chris Rock's humor, what makes it funny is it's based on fact. What LEO hasn't encountered one or more of the nitwits featured in that clip? The hysterical woman, the crazy friend, the angry driver...all very, very real!
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Too funny! Seems to me I left a woman like that on the side of the road someplace west of D.C. on I-66. . .

Wonder if she ever got home OK. . .




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