The one thing you notice when you spend a little time in America, leading up to the 4th of July holiday, is the impressive amount of patriotically emblazoned goods for sale. Literally anything can be purchased with an American flag flying proudly on the front of it. And apparently illicit drugs are no exception. The police in Indiana made one hundred and twenty nine arrests, busting a drug ring that were smuggling, among other things, ecstasy pills shaped like Donald Trump, with the words “Great Again” inscribed on the reverse.
With 272 drug-related charges in total, it will likely be a while before things are great again for the accused individuals here.
Okay, America is known as the land of the free and the home of the brave jury awarding excessive amounts in ludicrous lawsuits. But this lawsuit strikes me as absolutely ridiculous. While it is clear that those who attended the ill-fated Fyre Music Festival are due some damages for their losses, a $5 Million legal award including $1 Million in punitive damages and $1.5 Million for compensatory damages is over the top. Particularly when those who brought this stupid lawsuit shelled out about $13,000 for VIP packages, and flights.
The jump from $25,000, which is what they asked for in their lawsuit, to $5 Million appears to be based on their pain and suffering. Because while on the private island they jetted to for this music festival, the gentleman saw a Bahamian Native carrying a machine gun. Implicit undertone: a black man with a gun scared two rich white boys. Sorry, gents, I don’t get how you can be frightened by a gun when you’re from America and guns are literally everywhere. At least the hot coffee lady had actual serious burns.
Woman Drives With Boyfriend Clinging to Hood of Car
Ah, love. Love makes you do stupid things. Like, for example, refuse to let your girlfriend leave in the middle of a fight. And when she does, jump onto the hood of her car and cling to it for dear life. Even while she drives down the Interstate freeway. Unfortunately, being a borderline criminal harasser and potential forcible confiner does not result in charges. Nope, in the great state of Florida the woman who flees despite the clear lunacy of her boyfriend’s actions is the one facing charges for a misdemeanor of exposing her boyfriend to injury or death.
Oh, and I highly recommend watching the video. The narration is excellent.