Wednesday, March 07, 2012

NYPD competence

It took five years for them to find a prostitute in Manhattan. In another five years they may actually be able to find their ass to wipe it without assistance.

-- Badtux the Snarky Penguin


  1. "... Prosecutors said the alleged madam had even bragged during the Eliot Spitzer investigation that she had a network of law enforcement sources poised to tip her off if her business was being watched, according to the documents...."

    "...The address Gristina gave officials is a house on a farm in Monroe, where she fostered feral pigs, friends said."

    omfg roflamo

  2. And her list of clients will probably "disappear" unless she has a backup copy somewhere. Then she will jump out of a high window because of the shame of it all.

  3. I had always assumed that you could find one there in about 5 minutes. But I'm just a small town boy from the midwest.


  4. JzB, this reminds me of when the FBI took five years to find a prostitute in New Orleans, when anybody with eyeballs could find one in about five minutes. I guess both the Feebs and the NYPD are "special". Short-bus special, that is ;).

    - Badtux the Snarky Penguin

  5. Prosecuting victimless crimes because they just can't find anyone else breaking the law on Wall Street I guess. Prostitution should be offered through the church as a sacrament instead of criminalized.

    Also reminds me of a clever line from Breakfast at Tiffany's, that goes something like 'certain shades of limelight are terrible for a girl's complexion'.


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