Dad Pukes all over daughter on Roller Coaster

Some find it hilarious, others find it disgusting.

The girl, obviously disgusted, proceeds (or at least tries) to remove all the bits and pieces of her father’s lunch that he had previously eaten.

Not so long after that, the infernal ride stops and her poor father cannot help himself but hurl once again.

Student Gets Pulled Over, Knows Just What To Do To Prove His Sobriety

A University of Central Arkansas junior pulled over by police proved his sobriety by juggling. And it was all caught on UCA Police dash and body cameras.

Blayk Puckett said he was driving home from the library on campus late Friday night. He said he was driving slow because he knew he had a brake light out. But despite efforts to avoid police, the junior with the license plate ‘JUGGLER,’ was pulled over.

Sgt. Keith McKay with UCA Police was one of two to pull Puckett over. “A lot of times, especially around a college campus later in the night, the driving gets slower, especially if they almost hit a curb once, it’s a typical indication they might be impaired,” said Sgt. McKay.

Police asked him to step out of the car, they showed him his brake light, talked with him, and quickly found out he wasn’t drinking. But to further prove the point, Puckett grabbed his clubs out of his car, and juggled for the pair of officers.

“It’s just more fun when you can juggle and have more fun with the officers than a standard traffic stop that’s boring and scary,” said Puckett. Puckett was not given a ticket, but was given another chance to show Sgt. McKay his magic and juggling skills on campus.


Bodycam Footage Of Naked Woman Stealing Police Truck

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office released body camera footage Thursday of the encounter between a deputy and a naked woman, later identified as Lisa Luna, accused of stealing his patrol truck.

MCSO said she led them on a chase along Interstate 8. The body camera footage shows the deputy greet the naked woman — Luna — and go retrieve a blanket. When he returns, the video shows her sitting in the front seat of his patrol truck.

In the video, the deputy tries to stop the suspect from driving away and is partially dragged. The MCSO footage also shows him using another citizen’s car to chase after her. Luna was arrested and is being held pending multiple charges, She gave her first interview from jail on Monday saying she felt like she was possessed.


[VIDEO] Cop Fired After Challenging Teen To A Fight For Yelling “F*ck The Police!”

You probably won’t believe this after watching the video but the police officer in the video got fired for this.

A metro Atlanta police officer has been fired after allegedly yelling at a teenager and trying to fight him during a traffic stop. Social Circle Chief Tyrone Oliver fired Officer James Sanders after receiving an anonymous tip about the incident. Sanders pulled over the car after a teenager yelled out “F**k the police” when Sanders was busy with a different traffic stop, according to Oliver. Dashcam and Bodycam footage shows Sanders following the Jeep and eventually pulling it over. Video reveals Sanders yelling at the teens inside the car. When one of the teens admitted to yelling the slur.

“Get out the jeep. What’d you have to say?” Sanders said. The teen responded with “Nothing.” “Tell me one more time and you’re going to jail son,” Sanders said. At one point, Sanders tells the teen to try and fight him. “You wanna f**k the police? Well I am right here brother,” Sanders declared. Oliver said that Sanders didn’t have a legal justification to pull over the car. As well, he conducted a search without a warrant, Oliver said. “He did state that he pulled them over for failure to maintain lane. When you look at the video, the vehicle did hit the white line but it was after he was coming up on them with a high rate of speed,” Oliver declared. Sanders had three previous disciplinary actions on his record, according to Oliver. A 2014 written reprimand reveals that Sander allegedly made threats against a high school staff. School officials didn’t approve of the security he provided and wanted to discuss their issues before paying him. Sanders allegedly threatened to blow up the school and mail in anthrax. Oliver said that Sanders’ past did not have any influence on his decision to fire him. “We’re held to a higher standard and we have to conduct ourselves as such. We have to have tough skin and let things roll of our back,” Oliver said.


Cop Smashes Window and Arrests the World’s Biggest Idiot

In the “Lone Star State” a guy gets pulled over for speeding, and what is the first thing you are supposed to do when you are caught breaking the law?

Well, apparently it is not argue with the police officer who pulled you over, and try to teach him how the law works because apparently you will end you with a broken window.

Your thoughts??


Pissed Off Deer Attacks Woman After She Hit It With Her Car

A Howell Township police dash cam caught this crazy interaction between a woman and a deer after the woman hit the deer on Glen Oak Road in New Jersey.

She stops the car and gets out, presumably to see if the deer is alright, but the deer instead tries to jump into her car and attacks the woman. The driver kicks the deer out of her car and shuts the door.

The driver of the car is fine, but the deer, unfortunately, died as a result.


Linear Friction Welding, So Simple and Sensible

Linear Friction Welding (LFW) is an established niche technology applied by world leading gas turbine aircraft engine manufacturers to fabricate bladed disk (blisk) assemblies.

The main challenges are associated with the surface area that can be welded, due to the high forces required, and the control of welding parameters to ensure accuracy of the finished part. TWI has been involved in projects to manufacture blisks, to use LFW for additive manufacture and in the development of hydraulically actuated machines of varying sizes to serve the growing aerospace market.

TWI has been involved with LFW for over 30 years, and it is at the forefront of process development with the research & development community, the machine manufacturers and industrial end users.


Hells Angels hold annual ‘Screwy ride’

Despite the recent murder of a senior Hells Angel and a record sentence for another longtime member,

B.C.’s most notorious biker gang showed up in force Saturday for an annual ride to honour a slain comrade.

Close to 100 Hells Angels and associates met at the East End chapter’s clubhouse at 3598 East Georgia St. for the event in memory of Dave (Screwy) Swartz.
Swartz was a full-patch member of the East End chapter when he was gunned down in Surrey on April 6, 1988 by a friend after an all-night drinking party. The friend then killed himself with the same gun.
There was a heavy police presence around the clubhouse Saturday, starting early in the morning and lasting until the bikers left for the ride to a Burnaby cemetery about 2 p.m.

Both Vancouver Police and members of the RCMP’s Outlaw Motorcycle Gang unit were on the scene — some in unmarked cars. Several officers snapped photos of the bikers as they arrived and parked outside the clubhouse.
The police then followed the parade of patches along Boundary to 49th until they turned into Burnaby and headed to the Ocean View Cemetery on Imperial Street. They returned to the clubhouse a short time later.
VPD Const. Jason Doucette said “police closely monitor gang functions to prevent criminal organizations such as the Hells Angels from disrupting the general public.”
“Other than a few driving behaviours that required enforcement, there were no major problems reported,” Doucette said.
Hells Angels spokesman Rick Ciarniello did not respond to a request for comment about the ride.
There have been several major events involving B.C. Hells Angels in recent months.
Prominent member Bob Green was shot to death in Langley in October after an all-night party. A member of the 856 gang turned himself into police the next day and was charged with murder. Jason Wallace remains in custody and is due back in Surrey provincial court Tuesday.
On March 8, a prospect for the Nanaimo Hells Angels, Michael Widner, was reported missing near Sooke, days before his body was found. He was also murdered. Last weekend bikers from across Canada rode in his honour on Vancouver Island.
On March 17, B.C. bikers celebrated the opening of a new chapter called Hardside — the 10th since the gang started in the province in 1983.
Then on March 31, David Giles, a 35-year member of the Hells Angels, was sentenced to 18 years in prison for leading a cocaine smuggling operation that was part of a police sting. It was the longest-ever sentence handed to a B.C. Hells Angel.
Giles, 66, is now believed to be on the outs with his club.

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