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Discussion in 'News' started by Squall741, Jan 13, 2012.
Good to see a Cop getting slapped on the wrist for being a dickhead. Usually they get rewarded for it.
Who taught that fucker how to drive?
Seriously. But what the fuck, do the cops have nothing better to do now that the fucking cartels put them out of business?
GET YOUR SHIT TOGETHER, MEXICO.
After so may recent losses in Juarez, the cop just need a win but damn it, if it's not the cartel it's the bureaucracy.
No but srsly, I hope the kid grows up to be a cartel boss, that he kills generations of this pigs family and makes delicious menudo from there entrails.
Actually, what this is is that most states are so desperate for money, they will ticket anyone and anything that moves.
States? You are most likely correct in your "desperate for money" assertion, however this did not occur in the US.
Are you felling OK, you are usually more astute than this?
I'm glad the police are finally cracking down on these crazy prepubescents.
I know right, now if they could start cracking down on their nations Mexican problem it would be a nice place.
state as in "nation state". Though Mexico is pretty much owned by the US.
Would've cared if this was a country that actually mattered.
Ok, well good, I'm glad that's cleared up, however I believe you are thinking of Texas. Easy mistake, it is populated by the same people and aesthetically similar.
stupid kid, should've dropped nails and staples on the road to lose the cops
Ciudad Juarez, go figure. I was born there, spent the first 9 months of my life there, visited once a few years back just for shits and giggles, and am amazed that the place still has a fucking government.
I know this is ancient, but I'm bored and feel like correcting you.
Mexico is divided into states, same as the USA.
I was commenting on what I perceived was a lack of perception, which was a misunderstanding on my part. I am unaccustomed to people referring to nations as states in reference to North America, in this context I automatically assume USofA. I instantly recognized the semantic confusion, when PerpA replied to the post hence the like on said post and not a huge circle-jerk pissing match.
I real do appreciate the lesson about Mexico and its 31 states, though.