Comments : 13 Comments »
Categories : car, drive, driving, General, hero, jimmy justice, justice, life, police, road rage, the today show, ticket, youparklikeanasshole
As many of you know, I have a little tiny teeny-weeny case of Road Rage. Just a little.
I blog about it often. My most recent entry was about a fabulous website I found called www.youparklikeanasshole.com. You can read my entry here.
Anyways, I’ve been hearing about this guy on a few places around the web. . . .
He calls himself “Jimmy Justice” and he’s goal – to catch the people who give traffic violation tickets in NYC BREAKING THE LAWS themselves.
You can read a story about him here. Here is his YouTube profile page, you can see ALL the videos he has posted there.
Seriously, it feels like a little bit of justice. . . .
I’m thinking I should become Jimmy’s Canadian counterpart “Joey Justice”
Has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
Comments : 2 Comments »
Categories : bill bailey, bill nighy, british comedy, cate blanchett, comedy, England, film, fun, funny, hot, hot fuzz, humor, humour, london, london met, london police, met, met police, metropolitian, metropolitian police, movie, Nick frost, police, shawn of the dead, simon pegg, spaced, television, TV
When we lived in England several of our friends became police officers, one in the Surrey Police and another in the London Metropolitian Police. . . . . .
Last week Colin and I decided to go out to a film and see HOT FUZZ, staring Simon Peg and Nick Frost.
Nicholas Angel is the finest cop London has to offer, with an arrest record 400% higher than any other officer on the force. He’s so good, he makes everyone else look bad. As a result, Angel’s superiors send him to a place where his talents won’t be quite so embarrassing – the sleepy and seemingly crime-free village of Sandford. Once there, he is partnered with the well-meaning but overeager police officer Danny Butterman. The son of amiable Police Chief Frank Butterman, Danny is a huge action movie fan and believes his new big-city partner might just be a real-life “bad boy,” and his chance to experience the life of gunfights and car chases he so longs for. Angel is quick to dismiss this as childish fantasy and Danny’s puppy-like enthusiasm only adds to Angel’s growing frustration. However, as a series of grisly accidents rocks the village, Angel is convinced that Sandford is not what it seems and as the intrigue deepens, Danny’s dreams of explosive, high-octane, car-chasing, gunfighting, all-out action seem more and more like a reality. It’s time for these small-town cops to break out some big-city justice
Read the rest of this entry »