Physics Major Schools Police Officer On Math In Roadside Stop

This video shows a police officer fighting with a young man over math and declaring “I do not have to prove shit to you” when confronted over his math. The officer dismisses the “genius” who tries to tell him that double .08 is .16.

Such math moments are likely to increase with the move of the Administration to lower the BAL to the equivalent of one drink for a woman.

49 thoughts on “Physics Major Schools Police Officer On Math In Roadside Stop”

  1. Impressed by his interview I watched another of his movies last night.

    Maybe you’ll also find it enlightening.

    American Drug War:The Last White Hope

  2. Yesterday on infowars Alex interviewed Kevin Booth about his new film about to be released.

    I found it educational.

    American Drug War Victimizes Children

  3. A vowell? Isn’t that where you put the power steering fluid for a Volvo?

  4. Of course no one wants anyone to drink a gallon of moonshine fast & get behind the wheel, but where is the correct limit?

    The 2 drink .08 is total Bull Sh.. anyway!

    If someone has evidence to the contrary they should present it.

    Now the below video is about American’s “Rights” being violated with absolutely no evidence a crime is being commented, no probably cause.

    Those check points are just illegal fishing expeditions & a brainwashing tool to accustom the general public to give up their safety to authoritarian control freaks & becoming slaves again instead of the master.

    Shame on any LE participating with these illegal check points.

    How Many Checkpoints in One Morning?! Welcome to the Police State!

  5. rick spinnelling — what exactly is your problem? does it end in a vowell?

  6. Stand up for the “Rights’ you were born with or loose them.

    Las Vegas DUI Checkpoint Refusal

  7. bill mcwilliams, As I’ve said previously, this DUI rant sounds very personal. Do you care to share?

  8. Another in the unending examples of why DUI laws should be overturned.
    No one was hurt, no property was damaged, and no one should be surprised when the day comes that states pass DWM – Driving while mad.
    Makes about as much sense as DUI laws.

  9. Darren is right. You can avoid most problems by keeping your consumption at or under two normal sized drinks. Most experienced officers need only their eyes and your blood to make their case and in some states that blood test is covered under the implied consent law. I rarely have trouble with cases involving experienced officers or troopers. If they charge you, the chances are better than 90% they are right about your condition. The newbies screw it up all the time –usually to your detriment. That’s why I always suggest a checklist for new officers. I’ve had plenty of cases involving paint thinners and neurological impairments causing people to be cited for DUI.

    Now about those real menaces the DWTs — Driving While Texting…

  10. Mike A:

    “I forgot to add: and his business cards show up in a lot of evidence lockers.”

    ******************

    Believe it or not I get referrals that way. Sometimes from the cops.

  11. Wait, this guy is allowed to have and use a gun as part of his job? Holy shit.

  12. ETOH: The Great Disinhibitor

    …thus, the tongue waggin’, in some cases.

  13. I forgot to add: and his business cards show up in a lot of evidence lockers.

  14. The man in the car is right. The policeman is using what he thinks is power telling him to talk to the judge. Policeman is clueless about math not wanting to admit it. Arresting is not a good thing to do to ones soul. Religious people do that. Policemen are like the servants of the high priest who arrested Jesus.

  15. The man in the car is right. The policeman is using what he thinks is power telling him to talk to the judge. Policeman is clueless about math not wanting to admit it. Arresting is not a good thing to do to ones soul. Religious people do that. Policemen are like the servants of the high priest who arrested jests.

  16. I copied mespo’s post and printed out several copies for the grandkids.

  17. P Smith, Don’t allow the facts and math cloud your “judgement.” And the “not good @ math” is from the IRS administrator, Lois Lerner, in trying to talk her way out of this scandal. It is a scandal to anyone w/ a lick of objectivity.

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