Skip to comments.Police Explain Controversial Chase After Whitehouse [Texas] Jogger
Posted on 04/18/2014 3:27:03 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A Whitehouse woman says she was just out on a morning walk when a police officer attacked her, put her in handcuffs and took her to the police station.
The incident happened Friday morning off Maji Road in Whitehouse, but the police department says that's not the whole story.
"I thought you were fixing to take me somewhere and hurt me. I thought you were a bad police officer. I was a teacher for 9 years. I'm a Christian. I go to church," the woman says.
She must have been cute. After all, we all know that police only shoot dogs. . .
Because she didn’t have a collar and a tail (that I could see).
Advice to the woman...learn to run faster...maybe how to jump a fence or two.
Taken with the recent Bunkerville context it’s pretty amazing, the way a year ago they SHOT TO DEATH a woman driver with her baby in the car near the WH and barely a soul raised a question about it.
Black prez = ALL questions forbidden
The current fashion is to view all citizens as THE ENEMY.
Really, really remarkable.
In some African countries did you know it’s strict SOP for audiences of the Presidential motorcade to NOT wave, lest their local secret service SHOOT YOU?
Yes, they simply ASSUME that it’s someone with a pistol and they shoot.
How different are we? Less and less all the time, apparently.
Must’ve been one them terrorist Harry Reid is always talking about.
she was cute
he was hitting on her and weaing Eau De Thug calogne
“The incident happened Friday morning off Maji Road in Whitehouse”
Somebody please explain, I don’t know what this means.
When did the phrase "reach out" arrive? When will it leave?
When did the phrase “reach out” arrive? When will it leave? “
Talking with a gal on the phone this week and she used that phrase at least five times. Told her I don’t want her or anyone with their organization “reaching out” to me and that I thought it was the stupidest phrase I had ever heard. Seems to be in most every business advertisement you hear any more.
So glad that someone else doesn’t like it.
I also hate that stupid phrase “reach out”. I think it started with the so-called news stations on TV.
I think the Four Tops made it mainstream, back in the day.
The boss’ girl friday is starting to use it. Maybe I should respond...”I’ll be there.”
Maybe I should respond...Ill be there.
Maybe you could just sing those words to her but, unless she was around “back in the day”, she won’t have a clue! Had all but forgotten about that group and old Levi Stubbs. Wish the old Motown was still around.
LOL! At the time I was a teen. I thought the lyrics were "Freak out in the Garden."
In a good recording of this song, you can hear the harpsichord in the production. In this video, you can just barely hear it starting at 0:48.
You have a good ear. I think it's an unmuted clavinet recorded at half speed so it's an octave higher when payed back. Unnatural harmonics.
Billy Joel did this to the rhythm guitar in "Only the Good Die Young" (or at least I think he did, based on my old time experimenting with reel to reels).
Around the time McCain kept talking about reaching across the aisle, reaching out to the other side. I hate it, too. Like “went missing.”
Now there was some real music.
That is funny. I have to have my grandson tell me the words to a lot of songs now because I simply can’t understand them.
I do have an old Motown 78 and some other records from that vintage that I had copied to a CD and every now and then play it. Oh, the good old days.
Count me in that group. Whenever someone tells me that I just hang up on them and say don't ever call me again or if in person I just turn and walk away. Kind of makes me think of the over powering government bureaucrat type.
“Why didn’t the officer shoot her? “
Did you see a dog?