I Can’t Wait Until One Of These Junior Hoodboogers Swerving Bikes At Cars Finally Gets Introduced To Darwinism
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This Week In Worcester: A dangerous new trend called “swerving” is interrupting Worcester traffic and the Worcester Police department has created a task force to put an end to it. In a communication from Worcester Police Chief Steve Sargent to City Manager Edward Augustus, Sargent said, “Swerving involves teens riding their bicycles into oncoming traffic and veering away at the last minute as well as doing wheelies and stunts on busy streets. The new trend has been reported by municipalities and police departments across the country. This new trend is potentially deadly and is putting the general public at risk.”
According to the WPD, police officers have identified teenagers purposely blocking traffic and surrounding vehicles. The police department also refers to several reports of vandalized and damaged OFO bicycles -a new bike-sharing program that launched last month in Worcester. The WPD task force will be made up bike patrols patrolling neighborhoods throughout the city. The video below was taken on Tuesday, Oct. 17 and several OFO bicycles can be seen in the group of nearly three dozen kids on bicycles interrupting traffic on Franklin and Foster streets in downtown Worcester.
So we saw this video on Pat Sargent’s new startup website ThisWeekInWorcester.com. Definitely support stuff like this because it’s the future of news media. There’s no reason hacks like Worcester Magazine and the Turtlegram and Gazette should be anyone’s go to source for local news. Literally anyone with a blog can do what they do. They just need people to click on their blogs so follow Pat’s new site on Facebook.
Anyway, kids on bikes are the new plague. And I can’t wait for the day when one of these little hoodboogers finally gets hit by a car. They totally deserve it. They’re literally riding bikes directly at buses and shit and swerving at the last moment. And yea, I said that children deserve to get hit by a bus. Deal with it. It’s the truth and everyone knows it.
And of course they’re wearing no helmets because safety is wicked gay. Look at these shitheads:
And you best believe that once one of them does get hit by a car their “parents” will finally emerge from their third floor section 8 apartment in Vernon Hill and pretend to care about them. They’ll see a pay day, blame someone else for their own failures as parents, and raise holy hell. And we will be there to publicly shame the shit out of them.
These kids are blocking traffic, going through major intersections in packs, scaring the shit out of little old ladies, and half of them are on the yellow ride sharing bikes:
These things continue to be destroyed and littered all over the city:
They’ve even made it all the way to Webduh:
And they figured out that if you just smash the GPS off, the bike now belongs to you:
Gee, never saw that one coming.
Oh yea, and they’re using them to go around selling drugs and opening car doors that don’t belong to them:
Watch that video at the top again,
and then contrast it with the propaganda video that Fast Eddie Augustus and the McGovern Crime Family put out when the OSO bikes were first introduced to Worcester:
Thank you #Worcester for such a warm welcome! 🙌
We are thrilled to be part of the great city & community…and can't wait to ride w/you!💪🚲💫 pic.twitter.com/CPbXSjQFW8
— ofo US (@ofo_bicycle) September 14, 2017
Or compare it to these junior hoodrats smashing a bike just for the fuck of it at Maranville Park:
They really think you’re stupid. There’s no other way to explain it. They’re trying to sell Worcester residents that we’re some magical place where everyone wants to move because they’re building a bunch of luxury condos downtown. They’re trying to make you believe that Worcester is some yuppie metropolis where a bike sharing program could actually work. But people who live here know better. They know that Worcester will always be a junior hoodrat cocoon, and the bike sharing program was destined to fail. We just didn’t know that the failure would be this spectacular.
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