Monday, 29 October 2007

The Modern American Policeman

26 comments:

Kitty said...

Baahahahaahahhahahhahahahahahahaha!

Lilth you have just managed to get me smiling at 7.43am...well DONE.

That is gold, I must link that immediately...

Mermaid of Moorgate said...

What a great vid! I feel mean laughing... actually no I don't ha ha ha ha!

BottleBlonde said...

TEE HEEEEEEEEEEE! I'm dying over here! [think I just split my pants]

I wandered over here from Kitty's place, and I THANK YOU for the funny!

Lilith said...

Hi Kitty, nice to see you :-) This made I larf too.

Hiya Merms :-)

Nice to see you Ms Bottleblond :-)

Scroblene said...

Lilith,

So good that one!

Don't check Tusc's latest post though if you're into cooking...

I said DON'T!

Please don't...

The Hitch said...

Done that once and lost the power to communicate via the medium of walking )+:
Two bottles of wine and cocaine on the same evening, and still felt like more wine but couldnt get downstairs to my car(luckily)

electro-kevin said...

Time is passing really really slowly - I think I must be dead.

I remember saying that to myself many times on patrol at CP4. This was nothing to do with the dope - it was just a normal symptom of being a policeman.

Lilith said...

Hitch, thank heavens your legs gave up on you....gives new meaning to "thinking on your feet"..

E-K...so, all I ever had to do to experience time going really, really, really, really slowly and thinking I was dead, was to join the Police Force? Stoners everywhere should be told. Do you know what the difference between us is? I paid to feel like that and you got paid to feel like that :-)

Lilith said...

Elby says "Legalise the Police!"

Lilith said...

Scrobs...too late... I am scarred for life.

Ed said...

I love the way the newsreader can't control herself! I wish we had news stories like that instead of the politics and war we get on our screens.

[You can't overdose by eating too much dope - it's simply impossible]

Lucien Modo said...

Didn't want to leave without saying goodbye.
Posts such as EK's on child labour made me realise how depressing I find people. I'll miss you, Scroblene, Hitch and Dennis. Say bye for me.

Cheerio Sweetheart!

Lilith said...

Lucien, LuLu, Luuucccce! So sad you are off. Come back and visit sometime?

All the abortion posts had that effect on me, Lucien.

electro-kevin said...

Goodness. you're blaming your departure on me, Modo ?

Admit it. You've never really liked me have you ? And I've answered constructively on my blog to your well considered comment.

A bit of a sensthative boy aren't you ?

Lilith said...

How could Lucien not like you E-K? Perhaps if your post reminded him that he is, at heart, a misanthrope, then that's a good thing, no?

electro-kevin said...

Knee jerk reaction there, Lilith.

Sorry, Modo.

electro-kevin said...

And I don't suppose calling you Modo helps either, Lucian.

;-)

Derrick Somerset Macnutt said...

Cryptic.

1 ACROSS
Godfried Danneels, (episcopal motto, Apparuit humanitas Dei nostri) entertains views on controversial issues, that reminds one of the diminutive of such an unlucky name for the Duke of Normandy.

3 DOWN
He never owned it, but once stayed here, but a long time before Leonard Ingrams.


And then you are welcome to tea.

Derrick Somerset Macnutt even said...

... with your green hair.

electro-kevin said...

Obviously meant to exclude the riff-raff, hmm ?

Lucien Modo said...

Last Words, death bed statements . . .

Thomas Jefferson--still survives...
~~ John Adams, US President, d. July 4, 1826
(Actually, Jefferson had died earlier that same day.)

This is the last of earth! I am content.
~~ John Quincy Adams, US President, d. February 21, 1848

See in what peace a Christian can die.
~~ Joseph Addison, writer, d. June 17, 1719

Is it not meningitis?
~~ Louisa M. Alcott, writer, d. 1888

Waiting are they? Waiting are they? Well--let 'em wait.
In response to an attending doctor who attempted to comfort him by saying, "General, I fear the angels are waiting for you."
~~ Ethan Allen, American Revolutionary general, d. 1789

Am I dying or is this my birthday?
When she woke briefly during her last illness and found all her family around her bedside.
~~ Lady Nancy Astor, d. 1964




Lilith, have you heard of Coyle & Sharpe? If not you might like to listen to this: -

Listen Again Radio 7
Sunday 28th October 12:00-12:30

Radio Anarchists
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, perpetrators of ludicrous street interviews in 1960s America.

Lilith said...

Mr Macnutt, I am more of a Super Fiendish Sudoku person than a crossword person but I will give it a little thought..

Lilith said...

Modo, I will give them a listen. But today I must earn money to support Northern Rock.

Lilith said...

3 down is Garsington Manor.

Daisy said...

that was a riot lilith...we get news casts like that all of the time in the states...apparently we have a higher percentage of people willing to participate in such idiocracy...either that or just like to report it on it to share the joy...

Bunty Binstock said...

1 across - Johnny
3 down - Huxley