For those of you who haven't seen the original film, it's hilarious, and the perfect summer flick.
Emperor Palpatine's twenty-year reign of terror came to an abrupt and fiery end in the skies above the forest moon of Endor. A decisive victory for the Rebel Alliance, to be sure, but even with the loss of its leadership, the Empire's Moffs and regional governors retained their hold on important systems from the Core to the Outer Rim, thanks to the might of the Imperial Starfleet. Now, with a power vacuum atop the Empire, those Moffs will jockey for position and control, and the heroes of the Rebel Alliance will soon discover that a wounded and fractious Empire may be more dangerous than any threat they faced before!
#StarWars #ShatteredEmpire #JTTFA
The VPD are very tolerant of pot smoking, usually turning a blind eye to small amounts because they have better things to do with their time.
That said, possession and selling of pot is still technically illegal, and the cops had stated that anyone caught selling pot at the protest would be arrested. Plus, they'd already warned this particular person to stop.
And after all that, this idiot refused to stop, and one of his buddies decided to try obstructing the cops.
I have no pity for assholes like this. The cops were being very patient, and just doing their jobs.
He's all yours. No backsies.
All hail the Great White North!
Let loose the Geese of War!
O Canada, where maple syrup flows cool and clear from the mountains, where the beavers drink Molson Ice, and every moose will loan you the tuque right off his head.
Today we salute the best frickin' neighbors a country could ever have.
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