Thursday, August 21, 2014

Captain Caption XLV

Budweiser-Official Beer of Inner City Riots Since 1867

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    1. I just wonder (with very real concern) when the tipping point will arrive.

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  2. A few of them look like they are relieving themselves on the wall lol

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    1. Hey, they're just trying to put the fire out.

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  3. You know I really thought it was Nike; they genuinely are the number one shoe brand of criminals.

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    1. Nike IS the Official Shoe of Inner City Riots

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  4. Yes, funny but sad. It's beyond me why people angry with authorities burn down or loot their own communities. They;re the ones who must live in the rubble.

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    1. It's like losing your mind and trashing your house.

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  5. Very sad. A national guard unit with machine guns would brighten it up, though...

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    1. True. I've never understood why anyone would think this kind of nonsense was appropriate.

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  6. So the bare-chested ones are using their shirts as masks? Little do they know that their faces are less recognisable than their nipples.

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    1. That's true. I hear the FBI has just stood up the National Nipple Recognition system.

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  7. it's a shame they never do this kind of stuff at Gap.

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  8. They should be looting an American Eagle store. Some of them seem to be having an issue with their pants.
    On the ground.

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  9. I wonder if this was the popular drink of choice during the Newark riots? LOL

    Thunderbird: It is a “fortified wine” and typically contains 17.5% alcohol. Thunderbird was introduced by Ernest and Julio Gallo Winery after the end of prohibition. It was marketed to low income drinkers in America. Their radio ads featured these lyrics: “What’s the word / Thunderbird / How’s it sold? / Good and cold / What’s the jive? / Bird’s alive / What’s the price? / Thirty twice.” Despite its yellow color, Thunderbird turns your lips and tongue black when consumed in large quantities.

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    1. I'd be afraid to drink anything which is yellow.
      Which is one of the reasons I don't like lemonade.

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    1. I know. Thank goodness I drink Yeungling.

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  11. Funny and sad at the same time.
    So when all this is over, there will be even fewer stores.

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    1. The stores where they sell work clothes will probably be untouched.

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  12. That surprises me. I would have thought for sure it was Old Milwaukee.

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