Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Why Do Police Pursuits Happen Only in L.A.?

I can't help it, my eyes are riveted to the TV screen, which is showing a stolen white SUV running from the cops. It's all very polite and courteous, with the stolen SUV generally at least slowing at the stop signs and never speeding too far out of the sight of the pursuing police officers.

Then, of course, you have the helicopter cameraman following from above, and the commentators warning (dare I say hoping) that "anything could happen at any moment."

OK, WHAT is the guy in the SUV thinking? He's going to run out of gas SOMETIME. And police are like ants! Dude, there's not just one behind you, and they're communicating with each other. Your ass is so behind bars.

I have a lot of questions, people. Worse, I have a meeting in six minutes. HURRY UP AND CATCH HIM!

3 comments:

ACG said...

We just had one last month here in Philly. Right over a bridge from Philly and on to the Parkway that the Art Museum is on (yes, the Rocky steps one). Very exciting... for a minute.

ACG said...

sorry... that was over the bridge from NJ & on to the Parkway...

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