A turtle rider from Rhode Island sent us this video today from Coventry of some hardo’s doing hardo things in a hardo truck in a residential neighborhood.
The weirdest part is how she didn’t even explain why this guy was lying in the middle of the street getting stomped on.
That poor kid must’ve had information that could lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton.
I don’t know what this guy’s name is, but I’m willing to bet he owns at least 3 Tap Out shirts, has no savings, and overcompensates for his very small penis by by driving around in a truck that exists only to make noise and destroy the environment.
Nice shoes asshole. Never thought I’d see the day where a guy in bootleg Vans and skinny jeans could pass as a tough guy, but here we are.
The driver looked exactly like the kind of guy who would drive a truck that the Vatican could use to signal when there’s no Pope.
No plates of course. And Gina Raimando is having the cops harass people with Massachusetts license plates. Newsflash Gina – your state is filled with assholes like this. The kung flu is the least of your problems.
Apparently the driver of the truck did a delete and retreat after showing up on the woman’s page.
Not sure if Joshua Marc is a real name or a Facebook alias, but surely someone out there must recognize these queefs. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message Clarence Woods Emerson on Facebook if you wanna help identify them.
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