Skip to comments.Man dressed as woman beaten up
Posted on 05/02/2014 6:24:09 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
A video captured a man being severely beaten by a group of young men outside a Daytona Beach gas station. William Jackson says he was the victim in the video.
Jackson is seen wearing a black and white dress. He believes the reason he was attacked is because he dresses like a woman.
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“He believes the reason he was attacked is because he dresses like a woman.”
Really? Do tell.
If the man saw that a woman was being beaten up he should have stopped dressing and come to her aid...
His participle must have been dangling.
Took a couple of readings of the title to get what you’re saying - well played.
“Eats, shoots, and leaves!”
Lets do everything we can to make this story be the only news story for the next two weeks! </sarcasm>
Well, he should have been in LA or San franeskco and nothing would have been done to him.
That or someone misplaced his modifier
My kids have fun with those...
“Daddy, can I have a juice box on top of the refrigerator?”
“No, I don’t want you sitting up there.”
We don’t like queers around these here parts...now git and take your bras and panties wit ya and don’t come back!
Once the video was posted on Facebook, however, additional people started to comment. One of the people who commented, police say, can be identified as one of the attackers in the video.Dumber than a bag of hammers.
Wrong! He could become mayor!
Thinning the herd
I suspect he was wearing brown shoes with that black and white dress. If ever there was a reason for a beating; its wearing the wrong color shoes with an outfit.
Yeah, and I'm not sure why! I was perfectly color-coordinated and everything!
He has plenty of room since he won't report on new revelations from the Benghazi hearings.
Brown shoes don't make it.
And the colored girls go, “Doo do doo do doo do do do doo do doo do doo do do do doooooooooooooo.”
Scary when trained writers can’t get it right. I suppose the main journalism classes are twisting the news. Grammar is an elective.
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