Raylan Givens: I got sent here, I think because they knew it was the one place I didn't want to go. In fact, as I recall, Winona and I promised each other we'd never come back here.
Well, that video didn't last. I wonder why?
I'm confused? Obama, Holder and the on-air talent at MSNBC told us that all cops are bad black-man killers and that we should never call them.
Let me see, i think there is a leak version
Yeap, the chase?... back on.
You know what i think happened... why the video owner took it down?During the chase it can be clearly seen the driver speeding passed a red light or two.The leak version kind of obscures that a little.That's my theory. And I'm sticking to it!
The chasers were going very fast, also... so fast, in fact, they caught up to the alleged thieve/s.
Exciting. Bummer about the outcomes.
I watched the whole thing. Helps to have an champagne infinity.
Truth.Woman wonders aloud who in the world does Hillary Clinton's wardrobe.Her husband answers cynically, "A pollster." The woman checks she heard right, "Upholsterer? " Her hearing plus what she knows and thinks provided a very good solution, more reasonable than what her husband actually said and twice as funny. Writers get very good money for this kind of stuff that happens by accident. I the undersigned ________agree to pay _______ $500.00 for the use of the Hillary/pollster/upholsterer joke for any commercial purposes. The telling of the joke to other comedians who do use it or sell the Hillary/pollster/upholsterer joke.Something like that with a lot more words. Whip it out at lunch with your comedian acquaintances, get their signature, tell your jokes earn money. *downloads and speed-reads Art of the Deal* Because they're great joke and there's a market for that as SNL so desperately demonstrates an aching need for good jokes, and not just regular great jokes, these are super great jokes, those other jokes, terrible jokes, awful jokes, we're being run by stupid jokes, People, but these are wonderful jokes, smart jokes, the smartest jokes in the country, I got 'em, right here, knocking on my door every day, lining up in front of my desk. I'm keeping the price down, way down and not just regular little bit down, originally the jokes were $2,000.
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