Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Ain't Gonna Be No Trial Tuesday!


So he's locking Clark up because he doesn't have any money? Um.... Sheriff, is there a basis for stopping Clark and searching him, much less arresting him?

Sadly, there are Judges I know that would say this was perfectly okay. Just in case you're wondering - IT ISN'T! Not even in 1950's Kansas!
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I guess we shouldn't feel too badly for Clark. Booking procedures? Never heard of 'em.

Hey, Superboy! Don't I at least get a phone call?

Get into that empty cell, you!

Aren't you going to tell the deputies I'm here so they'll set an arraignment before a magistrate as provided by the Constitution of the State of Kansas?

What did I just say about getting into that cell?

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You know, if someone gets past the safe, I don't think you can rely on the sign to save the day, know what I mean?

Ah! At last! I've found the Arrowcave and cracked the code to the Arrowsafe!

But, Boss! Look!

What? Curses! A sign! Signed by Green Arrow himself! Alright, everyone! Put the stuff back. *grumble grumble gripe gripe*

5 comments:

Tracer Bullet said...

See yesterday's comment. What the hell, Ollie? Is your house filled with random swinging blades and tiger pits filled with poison-tipped punji sticks, too? Good god, man. If you're that depressed eat a bullet and be done with it. Quit fooling about with the fatal arrows and such nonsense.

Michael Jones said...

How do you see through a jail cell wall with telescopic vision? I guess Mr. Roentgen wasn't very popular yet.

Sea_of_Green said...

Just remember -- Arrows don't kill people; PEOPLE kill people. ;-)

SallyP said...

Oh this is just another example of Ollie's irrepresable puckish sense of humor. You just KNOW that nobody would be able to resist opening that safe!

Inside, you probably get squirted in the eye or something.

D.B. Echo said...

Charging someone with Vagrancy was once a pretty popular way of getting people you didn't like the looks of off the street. My parents always told me when I was a kid to make sure I had at least two dollars in my wallet.

This country is full of weird and arbitrary laws designed to put a legal face on some thuggery. In New York City, it's still illegal to dance in bars...