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September 12, 2017


At the Arrivals Gate, I was flagged down. A woman wanted to know how to take the commuter train downtown.

I didn't know, but told her I was heading that way, and she could ride with me.

Song of the Day: "Hold on, I'm Comin'" by Sam & Dave

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AREppyQf5uw

That is probably the first time that has ever happened! And also, good on you, giving that woman a ride. :}

When I was a kid the sheriff's officers would stop and help motorists if they needed assistance like that.
They stopped doing that years ago, here at least.
They also used to stop and get dead deer off to the side of the road sometimes. Now? You call Caltrans and a few days later, after the body has rotted and is acrawl with you know whats, it is finally picked up....if at all.
I yearn for the day when the local police had a freer hand to help the citizens.

Look what happened in Grand Rapids.


Jesus wept.
Why? Why would they fucking do that?


I hope all the officers are ok and the seriously wounded one recovers.
Hell. They all deserves bonuses.

The Song of the Day... did you knowingly choose one of the Sam and Dave songs used in Blues Brothers for the beginning of a police chase? Just curious!


I had forgotten about that. I have not seen the movie in years. I need to watch it soon.

I heard, "Hold On, I'm Comin'" on the radio the other day, went home and bought it on iTunes and have been listening to it daily ever since.

Check this out. I almost spit up my drink.


This not uncommon with some groups.

Did you read the comments? They are fricking hilarious.


I am not into trolling. I prefer to try to stay positive.


Roger! Sorry about that.

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