Tuesday, December 20, 2011

3-for-1 idiocy

Tonight alert reader Lee, from Phoenix, sent me not one, not two, but THREE articles on the exploits of some very special people.

First, if you're going to steal a vehicle, you should get something that blends into traffic.

Second, if you're going to court on drunk driving charges, try to show up sober.

And last, even if you're a cop doing a drunk driving demo, you should remember not to drive drunk.

Thank you, Lee!


Anonymous said...

Alright, that first one is just poor planning all the way around. These two non-Einsteins stole the forklift "in order to sell it for metal scrap." Couldn't you get a lot more money selling it as, I don't know, a forklift?

How about a little risk-reward analysis here, people?

Packer said...

The cops used risk reward when they arrested him. Should we stun gun him and run the risk of being criticized or should we have a little fun. Let's go with fun. ZAP.

Anonymous said...

I suppose it's also not a good choice to steal a forklift with the *bellowing* exhaust option. Those ones are really noisy.

John Woolman said...

One of the more instructive days in my practice as a forensic toxicologist was when appearing in court as an expert witness for a police sergeant who was being prosecuted for drunk driving, the sergeant turned up in court the worse for drink. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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