Guy's Wallet Gets Him Out Of A Ticket


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsXwx2_SwpI

Trust - 

What wallet?


cop says "Serra, you related to Matt?"


"GOOD FUCK IM!"

That was surprisingly cool. Phone Post 3.0

you see him start recording and think, this guy is going to give the cops a hard time

nope, just a bunch of cool motherfuckers

Local Man Stops Robbery By Quoting Pulp Fiction

Paul HornerJonestown, AZ -- A local man is a hero today after he single-handedly stopped a couple who were attempting to rob a coffee shop. His quick thinking saved the day according to restaurant manager Ted Barkins. "He just started quoting movie lines from Pulp Fiction. The robbers kind of went berserk and then they just left." Local hero, Paul Horner, who thwarted the would-be robbers said, "It was really lucky that I had my wallet with me that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. The robbers came around demanding everybody's wallet and I just held it up, you know like how Samuel L. Jackson did in Pulp Fiction."

Longtime diner Susan Litchfield said it was a pretty tense moment. "The robbers asked Mr. Horner what was in his hand. He told them it was his wallet that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. I've never seen the movie so I didn't know what he was talking about. I just thought he was some crazy white guy with a death wish."

"After I said the comment about my wallet the robbers started freaking out. So then in my best tough black guy voice I said to them: Normally, both your asses would be dead as f*cking fried chicken, but you happen to pull this sh*t while I'm in a transitional period so I don't wanna kill you, I wanna help you," Horner said. "Then the robbers looked at each other and then just ran out of the restaurant. I knew my vast knowledge of Pulp Fiction would pay off for me one day."

 

Barkins said he was concerned about the health of Mr. Horner after the robbers had left and everyone at the restaurant was waiting for police to arrive. "It seemed like Mr. Horner's brain had temporarily snapped. I asked him if he was ok and he shouted, 'Shut the f*ck up fat man! This ain't none of your go*damn business'. Then I apologized and told him that I think the cops are on their way to which he responded, 'I don't wanna hear about no motherf*ckin' ifs. All I wanna hear from your ass is, you ain't got no problem, Paul. I'm on the motherf*cker. Go back in there, chill them n*ggas out and wait for the cavalry which should be coming directly'. Then he started asking me questions about our food menu. He asked me about our hamburgers and if I knew what they called a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? It was really weird, but hey, he's a hero I guess."

"In every other parallel universe this man would be shot and killed but not here in Jonestown," Officer Miller from the Jonestown Police Department said. "It's fortunate that this small town has a person like Mr. Horner living in it. If he hadn't had so much free time on his hands he never would have been able to quote so many lines from Pulp Fiction. Down time is the real hero here today."

 

please let that be a true story^^^

Cops a UFC fan. 

Dongbar13 -

Local Man Stops Robbery By Quoting Pulp Fiction




Paul HornerJonestown, AZ -- A local man is a hero today after he single-handedly stopped a couple who were attempting to rob a coffee shop. His quick thinking saved the day according to restaurant manager Ted Barkins. "He just started quoting movie lines from Pulp Fiction. The robbers kind of went berserk and then they just left." Local hero, Paul Horner, who thwarted the would-be robbers said, "It was really lucky that I had my wallet with me that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. The robbers came around demanding everybody's wallet and I just held it up, you know like how Samuel L. Jackson did in Pulp Fiction."


Longtime diner Susan Litchfield said it was a pretty tense moment. "The robbers asked Mr. Horner what was in his hand. He told them it was his wallet that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. I've never seen the movie so I didn't know what he was talking about. I just thought he was some crazy white guy with a death wish."


"After I said the comment about my wallet the robbers started freaking out. So then in my best tough black guy voice I said to them: Normally, both your asses would be dead as f*cking fried chicken, but you happen to pull this sh*t while I'm in a transitional period so I don't wanna kill you, I wanna help you," Horner said. "Then the robbers looked at each other and then just ran out of the restaurant. I knew my vast knowledge of Pulp Fiction would pay off for me one day."


 

Barkins said he was concerned about the health of Mr. Horner after the robbers had left and everyone at the restaurant was waiting for police to arrive. "It seemed like Mr. Horner's brain had temporarily snapped. I asked him if he was ok and he shouted, 'Shut the f*ck up fat man! This ain't none of your go*damn business'. Then I apologized and told him that I think the cops are on their way to which he responded, 'I don't wanna hear about no motherf*ckin' ifs. All I wanna hear from your ass is, you ain't got no problem, Paul. I'm on the motherf*cker. Go back in there, chill them n*ggas out and wait for the cavalry which should be coming directly'. Then he started asking me questions about our food menu. He asked me about our hamburgers and if I knew what they called a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? It was really weird, but hey, he's a hero I guess."


"In every other parallel universe this man would be shot and killed but not here in Jonestown," Officer Miller from the Jonestown Police Department said. "It's fortunate that this small town has a person like Mr. Horner living in it. If he hadn't had so much free time on his hands he never would have been able to quote so many lines from Pulp Fiction. Down time is the real hero here today."



 

I hope that's real. Phone Post 3.0

This thread is amazing, so far. Phone Post 3.0

Haha fucking nice!! Phone Post 3.0

WHERE IS THAT BECAUSE I WANNA LIVE THERE!

"Officer, I just want to let you know I have a GUN in my glove compartment"

"Yeah whatever are you aware you ran a red light back there?"

"I gotta admit, I run red lights all the time. btw, my gun is NOT locked in a box, it's just loose an arm's length away..."

"I that a bad motherfucker wallet?!?!?! Ima have to let you go young man, have a nice day."

HOW MUCH ARE HOUSES THERE?

Moke - WHERE IS THAT BECAUSE I WANNA LIVE THERE!

"Officer, I just want to let you know I have a GUN in my glove compartment"

"Yeah whatever are you aware you ran a red light back there?"

"I gotta admit, I run red lights all the time. btw, my gun is NOT locked in a box, it's just loose an arm's length away..."

"I that a bad motherfucker wallet?!?!?! Ima have to let you go young man, have a nice day."

HOW MUCH ARE HOUSES THERE?


i dunno man, i do not trust anything with jimmy rustling attached to it...i mean it might be code for jimmies rustled

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Dongbar13 - 
Moke - WHERE IS THAT BECAUSE I WANNA LIVE THERE!

"Officer, I just want to let you know I have a GUN in my glove compartment"

"Yeah whatever are you aware you ran a red light back there?"

"I gotta admit, I run red lights all the time. btw, my gun is NOT locked in a box, it's just loose an arm's length away..."

"I that a bad motherfucker wallet?!?!?! Ima have to let you go young man, have a nice day."

HOW MUCH ARE HOUSES THERE?





It's not about being White...unless you factor in that it's likely a mostly White enclave, where their citizens voted for sane state and city council people who then wrote sane gun laws, and didn't hire anti-gun activist cops and sheriffs.

When White constructs something right, you cannot blame the success on the mere lack of pigmentation. It's the implementation.

Lets face it, Whitey is the best manager and organizer around.

Sorry AI and others....MOST encounters go that way.... Police work is boring most of the time. Phone Post 3.0

I got that wallet. Phone Post 3.0

Dongbar13 - 

Local Man Stops Robbery By Quoting Pulp Fiction

Paul HornerJonestown, AZ -- A local man is a hero today after he single-handedly stopped a couple who were attempting to rob a coffee shop. His quick thinking saved the day according to restaurant manager Ted Barkins. "He just started quoting movie lines from Pulp Fiction. The robbers kind of went berserk and then they just left." Local hero, Paul Horner, who thwarted the would-be robbers said, "It was really lucky that I had my wallet with me that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. The robbers came around demanding everybody's wallet and I just held it up, you know like how Samuel L. Jackson did in Pulp Fiction."

Longtime diner Susan Litchfield said it was a pretty tense moment. "The robbers asked Mr. Horner what was in his hand. He told them it was his wallet that said 'bad motherf*cker' on it. I've never seen the movie so I didn't know what he was talking about. I just thought he was some crazy white guy with a death wish."

"After I said the comment about my wallet the robbers started freaking out. So then in my best tough black guy voice I said to them: Normally, both your asses would be dead as f*cking fried chicken, but you happen to pull this sh*t while I'm in a transitional period so I don't wanna kill you, I wanna help you," Horner said. "Then the robbers looked at each other and then just ran out of the restaurant. I knew my vast knowledge of Pulp Fiction would pay off for me one day."

 

Barkins said he was concerned about the health of Mr. Horner after the robbers had left and everyone at the restaurant was waiting for police to arrive. "It seemed like Mr. Horner's brain had temporarily snapped. I asked him if he was ok and he shouted, 'Shut the f*ck up fat man! This ain't none of your go*damn business'. Then I apologized and told him that I think the cops are on their way to which he responded, 'I don't wanna hear about no motherf*ckin' ifs. All I wanna hear from your ass is, you ain't got no problem, Paul. I'm on the motherf*cker. Go back in there, chill them n*ggas out and wait for the cavalry which should be coming directly'. Then he started asking me questions about our food menu. He asked me about our hamburgers and if I knew what they called a Quarter Pounder with cheese in France? It was really weird, but hey, he's a hero I guess."

"In every other parallel universe this man would be shot and killed but not here in Jonestown," Officer Miller from the Jonestown Police Department said. "It's fortunate that this small town has a person like Mr. Horner living in it. If he hadn't had so much free time on his hands he never would have been able to quote so many lines from Pulp Fiction. Down time is the real hero here today."

 


What, this fake news story again? Look at the byline: "Jimmy Rustling." And there's no Jonestown, AZ.