Monday, March 24, 2014

Bet LAPD and LASO still wonder why people don't trust them

Do you drive a car in the greater Los Angeles Metropolitan area? According to the L.A. Police Department and L.A. Sheriff's Department, your car is part of a vast criminal investigation. 

The agencies took a novel approach in the briefs they filed in EFF and the ACLU of Southern California's California Public Records Act lawsuit seeking a week's worth of Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) data. They have argued that "All [license plate] data is investigatory." The fact that it may never be associated with a specific crime doesn't matter.
I'd say such a load of crap should be used for fertilizer, but this is corrosive enough to kill the plants.

There are reasons someone started calling in the Dark and Fascist State of New Jersey.
And it seems 'State Police' is, like in the DPRM, a very appropriate name.

And there's reasons I refer to the Democratic People's Republic of Maryland, too.
Next time someone insists 'All you have to do is call 911!', refer them to this:
“When the shots were fired Jessica called 911,” Michael continued. “Matt spoke to the operator; he removed the clip from his gun and the bullet in the chamber. Police arrived within five minutes.”
Yeah, NOTHING bad could happen in the 'within five minutes' it takes the cops to get there, right?

“Chickens will eat anything.” She was saying. “They’ll eat the fox and grow strong!”

Yes! I liked this plan.

This will train them to be super killer fox eating monster chickens!
 You'll have to read the whole of this for yourself; it defies summarizing.

Yes, I have some pictures from the Schutenfest; yes, I'll write about it later today.  Now I need to go out and get some grocery shopping done.  Which should loosen up  my feet and ankles a bit, which will be helpful.

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