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  • #2
    That was the mother of all EPIC FAILS! Besides the moron failing to steal the beer, they sat in the lot long enough for the clerk to get the VIN off the car! I LOVE IT!
    Originally posted by RSGSRT
    We've reached a point where natural selection doesn't have a chance in hell of keeping up with the procreation of imbeciles.
    Why is it acceptable for you to be an idiot, but not acceptable for me to point it out?

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    • #3
      Smoove. Real Smoove.

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      • #4
        I hope everybody who has ever seen this kid watches that video and makes sure he never lives it down.
        “Every society gets the kind of criminal it deserves. What is equally true is that every community gets the kind of law enforcement it insists on.” - Robert F. Kennedy.

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        • #5
          I have heard of several instances where suspects attempting to run from police were foiled by their baggy pants (usually shorts) falling down.
          Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. -- Aldous Huxley
          Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. -- Albert Einstein

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          • #6
            This is where a belt comes in handy....

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cleantrep View Post
              This is where a belt comes in handy....
              This video would make a perfect commercial for a belt company. Very cheap way to get the product sold. Here is another reason not to "bust a sag".

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAepItFDXc4
              Last edited by jason860; 05-03-2011, 04:22 PM.
              Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
              ~Mark Twain

              Do you want to know who you are? Don't ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.
              ~Thomas Jefferson

              "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity."
              — Horace Mann

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              • #8
                EWWWWWW lol

                Sir are you happy to see me?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MDYoung View Post
                  EWWWWWW lol

                  Sir are you happy to see me?
                  LOL an awkward moment for both I am sure.
                  Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.
                  ~Mark Twain

                  Do you want to know who you are? Don't ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.
                  ~Thomas Jefferson

                  "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity."
                  — Horace Mann

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                  • #10
                    Only time that wearing Baggy Pants actually earned the respect was during WWII. 504th PIR of 82nd ABN INF DIV earned the nickname of the "Devils in Baggy Pants"

                    Other than that, wearing baggy pants and trying to show off your Calvin Klein underwear is just not cool.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Aerohead View Post
                      That was the mother of all EPIC FAILS! Besides the moron failing to steal the beer, they sat in the lot long enough for the clerk to get the VIN off the car! I LOVE IT!
                      Assuming you mean the LP, I concur.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Exodus259
                        They use belts . . .? lol
                        Yeah, but they too are usually around the morons thighs and not very tight. It's usually to just something they think is cool looking. It's even funnier to see a kid who sags at school because he thinks its 'cool' and his pants fall down while walking across the quad right infront of half the student body!!! LMAO seen it more than once.
                        "I'm sorry, did you see my care face? Because I'm pretty sure I didn't show it to you becuase I DON'T care. Have a nice day. "

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                        • #13
                          The holiday-season cheer of the trendy Upper West Side was shattered yesterday when a career criminal slaughtered three members of a family in their apartment -- then plunged to his death after tripping over his baggy pants.

                          The bloodshed began when the killer barged into the family's third floor apartment and opened fire at around 1:45 p.m., near a string of upscale shops on Amsterdam Avenue near West 83rd Street.

                          Gunman Hector Quinones blew away 24-year-old Carlos Rodriguez Jr., and his father Carlos Rodriguez Sr., 52, and then repeatedly stabbed grandfather Fernando Gonzalez, 87, to death before the elder Rodriguez's wife and adult daughter walked unwittingly into the carnage in the apartment they all shared.

                          As soon as Gisela Rodriguez, 49, and her daughter, Leyanis, 28, walked inside, Quinones, 44, opened fire again at the mother, grazing the back of her head, cops said.

                          He then went after Gisela's daughter, who scrambled for safety and ran to a nearby bedroom. The killer was inches away from grabbing her but tripped over his low-slung pants, sources said.

                          The horrified woman managed to slam and lock the door just in time, only to find the bloodied bodies of her brother and dad inside.

                          A relentless Quinones kicked the door in and lunged for Leyanis, but she was able to make it to a fire escape, screaming for help to construction workers on the roof of the building next door.

                          "She just ran in and told the contracting guys there was a shooting, there's somebody who got shot," said the building manager, who declined to identify herself. "She was hysterical, she couldn't talk."

                          Meanwhile, her wounded mom scrambled to safety out the front door.

                          "They rushed her into the ambulance," said Dmitri Vezyrakis, 42, the owner of Caesar's Palace Pizza. "I saw blood on the covers of the sheets."

                          She was later taken to Roosevelt Hospital in stable condition.

                          Fleeing empty-handed, Quinones ditched his gun, a .380-caliber semiautomatic pistol loaded with hollow-point bullets, and made a dash down a rear fire escape.

                          But again, his low-slung pants fell to his ankles, tripping him and sending him falling three stories to his death, authorities said.


                          Investigators found a "significant amount" of heroin and a smaller amount of cocaine inside the apartment, as well as a cash-stuffed lockbox that cops confiscated, Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

                          The suspect, who has 14 prior arrests for offenses that include manslaughter, assault, drugs and robbery, knew Rodriguez Sr. from when they were in prison together, sources said.

                          He'd been released from prison in August after serving seven years on the manslaughter charge.

                          Rodriguez Sr. had eight arrests -- mostly for dealing drugs -- and had met Quinones when they served time together in the 1990s, sources said.

                          "This was a drug robbery gone awry," one source said.

                          The elder Rodriguez was arrested last month for carrying a knife, and Kelly said there had been a report that the younger Rodriguez had been dealing drugs on the street, although he was never arrested.

                          Investigators found the Rodriguezes --who both worked as construction workers -- dead in the bedroom. Gonzalez was stabbed to death in the bathroom.

                          Quinones, wearing leather gloves on top of rubber ones, ransacked the bedroom after killing the three men, police said.

                          A bloody knife -- with an 8-inch blade and a 4-inch handle -- was found in the kitchen.

                          After getting out of prison, Quinones was friendly with the elder Rodriguez, who was known around the neighborhoods as Fat Boy and Pecal, said neighbor Mike Garcia, 20.

                          "It's a tragedy," Garcia said. "Something like this happened 10 years ago around here, but not now."

                          Gonzalez was nicknamed Cubano and neighbors said he loved walking his 10-year-old granddaughter and 7-year-old grandson to school at PS 78 every morning.

                          "He never bothered anyone," said neighbor Dileen Costas. "It was like clockwork -- a little after 8, he'd walk his grandkids to school. He loved those kids."

                          Longtime family friend Joey Columbus, 24, was devastated at the loss of Carlos Jr.

                          "He was a family man," Columbus told The Post, after walking out of the 20th Precinct station house. "He loved his nieces and nephews."

                          Additional reporting by Murray Weiss, Ebony Clark and Edmund DeMarche

                          Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/m...#ixzz1LOngosjH
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                          • #14


                            The man the Polk County Sheriff's Office dubbed the "Clumsy Beer Thief" was arrested today, nearly four months after he stole beer from a convenience store but tripped on his baggy pants spilling beer cans in the parking lot, deputies said.

                            Juan Luis Gutierrez, 27, of Lake Wales was arrested at his sister's house in Haines City and charged with one count of petit theft.

                            Just after 6:30 p.m. April 27, Gutierrez walked out of a black Chevy Malibu and into the E-Z Food Store in Lake Wales.

                            Seconds later, he came running out with two cases of 18 Bud Light beers. As he approached the car, he tripped on his baggy jeans, falling face down on the pavement like Pete Rose sliding into third base.

                            The beer cases slammed onto the ground and cans rolled across the parking lot, the sheriff's office said.

                            Gutierrez got up, got in the car's passenger side and fled the scene.

                            Earlier this month, a deputy heading to another call spotted a Chevy Malibu in Lake Wales. The deputy wrote down the vehicle's tag number and passed it along to detectives investigating the convenience store theft, the sheriff's office said.

                            Detectives met with the car's owner who said she loaned her car to Gutierrez and Angel Miguel Ortiz, 22, of Lake Wales. When they returned empty-handed, Ortiz told her that Gutierrez fell and lost the beers, the sheriff's office said.

                            Ortiz was arrested August 18 and charged with one count of petit theft.

                            After being arrested, Gutierrez admitted to detectives to stealing the beer, running out of the store and tripping and falling, the sheriff's office said.

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                            • #15
                              Crime Stoppers!

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