Well, Something Needs To Be Smashed


A few despicable, single-digit IQ employees of a Colorado Smashburger franchise showed their appreciation for their local law enforcement officers this week.

An Aurora police officer ate dinner at Smashburger while an employee allegedly played N.W.A’s “Fuck Tha Police” over and over again.

Smashburger released a statement, saying the matter was being looked into.

“First and foremost, we respect, honor and appreciate every police department in the country. The regrettable events of Friday night in no way reflect the values or principles that are core to the Smashburger brand.”

The spokeswoman added that the manager and the employees involved had been placed on leave while an investigation is underway into the matter.

That last line is business school code for “We’re suspending those involved with pay until this all blows over, then will reinstate them immediately.”

My concern here, other than these a-holes playing that song, is if they were brazen enough to blast that song on a continuous loop, what did they do to that officer’s food before they served it to him?

Wyatt Earp Lives!

Gun Disabled By Police BulletJefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy Jose Marquez was shot multiple times during an attempted robbery in January. During the incident, two bona fide miracles occurred; Marquez lived to tell the tale, and well, read on…

Arapahoe County prosecutors said Deputy Jose Marquez acted appropriately when he exchanged gunfire with attempted robbery suspects in an apartment parking lot in Aurora in January.

Marquez was visiting his girlfriend when two armed suspects approached him with their guns drawn. He was shot multiple times in the chest and abdomen before the suspects ran away. One of the suspects was wounded in the leg and arrested. The other suspect fled and has not been identified.

One of Marquez’s bullets struck the suspect’s pistol, traveling straight down that gun’s barrel and disabling it. Officials say such a shot is “one in a billion.”

Pfft, one in a billion. I fire rounds into pistol barrels so often I get hate mail from Glock.