Skip to comments.New York Democrats Want to Ban Police From Describing Suspects By Race, Sex, or Age
Posted on 06/19/2013 6:57:32 PM PDT by Hojczyk
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There are other underlying reasons to outlaw toy/air guns.
Since it is unsafe and illegal for little boys to have real guns, toys and non-lethal guns are training devices,
and the elite do NOT want the average person conversant in the use of arms.
Every crook will now carry a change of clothes.
When all the details are ironed out, a description of clothing will be forbidden too, as certain protected groups prefer certain clothes. Soon cops will only be able to tell citizens to be on the lookout for someone.
Ironic since our Peace Prize POTUS uses drones to kill suspected terrorists , their friends and family (only those who are outside the USA in certain countries.)
back when I was a boy 1960s my favorite cartoon was Jonny Quest (the original hand drawn ones) and it was prime time too, That was just a fantasic action/sci-fi/horro good bad guy show where the bad guys got killed. Hell, I still watch it on Boomerang from time to time and like it, I used to tell everyoneit was my favorite of all time.
But the PC nammy mommies raised a stink and got all Hanna-Barbara action shows removed from the three networks by ~ 1970 ~ 1971.
Then we moved to the Scuby-doo era, those scooby doo bad guys were real p,...ies and note that they always got arrested without getting a scratch
They’ll hide any evidence that they think is crazy but in my experience liberals do not think their views are crazy, e.g., rewarding unmarried pregnant women with $$ and then wondering why there is a huge increase; paying people unemployment and wondering why many don’t look for a job; giving welfare and medical care to illegals. They simply do not understand cause and effect.
I live in UPSTATE NY which is mostly conservative, but becoming more liberal as the far leftist libtards try to escape the filth they’ve created and move up here. Trying to think of an ANIMAL that defecates where it sleeps then moves to a new sleeping area. . . (other than “low-income” tenants) “Officer, the perp was a ‘low income tenant’.”
RE Jonny Quest:
I have all the original episodes on DVD, and ALWAYS show it to my nephews when they come over. They LOVE it.
RE Toy Guns:
My kids have been shooting REAL guns - .22s - since they were 5 and 7, respectively. I had toy guns - they were VERY realistic back when I was a kid. I knew EVERY WWII gun when I was a kid, and was shooting an M1 Garand at 11 years old.
The other side can try to condition kids all they want. It’s doomed to failure.
PS3 Modern Warfare, Call of Duty, Black Ops, Medal of Honor, etc., is undoing ALL of their PC bullsh*t on a daily basis.
Kids today know more about more kinds of guns than we EVER did. And they’re waiting for the opportunity to learn how to shoot.
alternatively: “Officer, the perp was an Obama voter.” or “Officer, the perp was an undocumented democrat.”
I recall being about 7 yrso and color TV was just catching on, we only had black and white then though, and every Friday(I think) night primetime everything had to stop while I glued myself to that half hour episode.
Just the opening theme ws enough to take me out of that living room (mentally) to the JQ action fantasy world, which lasted the rest of the evening.
Not long ago I DVRed the series on Boomerang and watched them all again ~ one a day.
I mean mummies and space aliens and Nazis and voodoo and ....genius criminals and .... WOW
“Some day historians will read about this politically correct behavior and wonder what kind of drugs we were on or if lead poisoned our drinking water supply.”
A reasonable assumption but it is based on a suspect premise, namely that our species will survive the current insanity.
RE OPening Theme:
Probably the BEST theme music ever. Big, big horn section, insane drums (you can almost SEE the drummer losing it and grinning while slamming away), and the guitarist’s big moment where you hear him once, and once only a quick “BLING!!!”.
Still get a rush when I hear it.
And you KNEW the bad guys were seriously bad...not “scooby doo P*ssies” haha!
Incidentally....the Guitarist’s Big Moment comes right after Hadji is introduced, and just before Bandit.
It’s the ONLY time you hear a guitar in that whole panoply of horns and drums.
And even though it’s that one little “bling”, the music would be totally incomplete without it.
So if I commit a crime in NYC, police “descriptions” will lead everyone to suspect that I’m young and minority? How cool is that? < /sarc >
I remember early 1970 complaining about all my favorite cartoon shows disappearing and my lib Mom tells me that my favorite shows were bad for me.
Here's what I learned from Scooby and Shaggy ~ early 1970s:
1) Good global citizens wait for the police, or run away when being attacked or threatened because defending yourself is no better than being the attacker.
2) Good global citizens trust that the judge will rule fair justice even if he lets the scumbag go because he was not read his rights in time, and then the scumbag comes after you with a gun for reporting him.....and then back to #1
RE good global citizens:
And I would have gotten away with it if not for those dumb meddling kids...
Well, the cops can always go this route:
...and Good thing for them bad guys like me dont have ANY weapons like guns and so we have to depend on scary outfits and dropping objects near them (not on them) to scare them away.
OMG I loved Mrs. Swan! Anyway, they already do not announce anything on the news here. They will put up a video pic, artist drawing, whatever of the person and say
about 6 ft and 180 lbs
The pic will obviously show he is black or Hispanic or whatever. It is laughable.
One of my favorite episodes of Family Guy!!!
Thanks for posting that!!!
Do you remember the original Spider Man cartoon that was on on Saturday mornings (I think it was on NBC affiliated stations)? That was another action oriented cartoon that disappeared around the Scooby doo time frame as well.
Quest was, though, tops. Doug Wildey, who created Jonny Quest, passed away in 1994. He had a lot of other cartoon character/action series ideas that didn’t make it to the screen, unfortunately.
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