Here’s an example of what NOT to do when pulled over by a state trooper on the Mass Pike. This three minute video begins with two obviously very bright people refusing to roll down a window for a trooper after a traffic violation. Instead she elects to call – you guessed it – 911. Watch what happens next:
This explained it all:
The odds that a pack of Newport Lights would emerge in that video at some point were higher than she was gonna be the next time Diego got the new shipment in.
Looks like we’ve got one of those, “muh rights” chuds. Ya know, the guys who jackoff to cop block all day, misinterpret how the law actually works, and then attempt to lecture people who are paid to enforce the law about how to do their job. Those guys are the best.
“Dude, I’ll go, you have no right. You have no right to pull me over.”
Yea, ya see that badge and gun on him?
That actually gives him the right to pull you over. And while he’s standing there and you’re refusing to put your window down you’re endangering his life because cops get hit by idiots all the time during routine traffic stops.
Then his sperm sponge actually calls 911 to ask that the police come. While the police were already there. Loved this part….
“Where are we Eric? I don’t know where we are.”
She had no idea what part of the Mass Pike she was on. Good thing it’s not the longest highway in Massachusetts or anything, so that should narrow it down.
“Send another vehicle here! Yes, yes, more! Send as many as you can!”
The fact that she believed that more police officers showing up would somehow benefit her was worth the price of admission.
The best part was when the trooper smashes the window and they start driving away she begs him not to because she doesn’t want him to go to jail. He disagrees with her assessment:
“Selina, they have no right to pull us over.”
Yup, that’s how this works. You get to decide whether or not police have the right to pull you over. If you don’t think they do then you get to lead them on a high speed chase on the Mass Pike.
Her response was fantastic:
“Yes they do.”
Bitch, you just spent 3 minutes repeatedly telling the cop that he had no right to pull them over. Turns out you didn’t actually mean that, but you decided to egg on your volatile lunatic of a boy toy into doing something that endangered your life, his, and those of the troopers. Get fucked.
His name is Eric Sadler and his skankbiscuit is Selina Hine from Westfield.
And the reason he didn’t feel like dealing with the trooper was because he doesn’t have a driver’s license. But I guess the state has “no right” to deny him of that either. That’s why this idiot in the final seconds of that movie actually tells her to switch seats with him. Because the trooper will forget that he was the one in the driver’s seat.
Holy balls, my brain doesn’t have the capacity to hold all this fuckery at once.
If these two geniuses look familiar it’s because they were featured in a blog last summer by Western Mass Turtlegirl. I forgot how ratchet these two were. She has a tittoo that says “Lisheness” which she got in honor of her drug dealing ex-boyfriend, who she got arrested with in 2015 during a drug bust.
Gotta be rough to be plowing your girl missionary and look down and see another dude’s name as a constant reminder that his girth was tittoo worthy, but your’s wasn’t.
But that’s not why they made Turtleboy the first time around. It was for this:
But it’s cool that he flagrantly use the n word because sometimes black people commit crimes.
Then after she showed up to defend his honor he just went full blown white power….
She managed to make it even worse by explaining that she doesn’t just call black people the n word, she calls white people a racial slur created to demean black people as well.
That’s way better. Totes not racist:
She got mad multicultural friends.
And just like with the state trooper in the video, everyone was “stoopid” besides the wang jockey.
And while they were driving away from the cops and breaking as many laws as possible, their crotch fruit was sitting at home calling DCF on them, clinging to the hope that one day he could have real parents.
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