Posted on Tuesday 25 October 2011 at 2:32 pm in category: Helden - Heroes
In the past week 15 people read this, in the past month 114 people read this.
De laatste tijd wordt het sociale netwerk Twitter onveilig gemaakt door een mysterieus persoon, die schuilgaat achter het pseudoniem @HarcoSorbato. Als u hier alleen komt om het antwoord te krijgen op de vraag 'Wie is Harco Sorbato?', dan moet u maar even helemaal naar het eind van dit artikel scrollen, want daar kunt u de gewenste informatie verkrijgen. Ja, u leest dat goed.
Maar laten we eerst eens kijken wie Harco Sorbato nu eigenlijk is. Volgens zijn 'bio' op Twitter, is dit wat Harco Sorbato het beste beschrijft:
"Held. God. Rockster. Swaglap. Kunst. BAN'er (Bekende Anonieme Nederlander)."
Posted on Sunday 16 October 2011 at 8:48 pm in category: Police Reports
In the past week 11 people read this, in the past month 41 people read this.
The police reports have been a lot less hliarious in the last couple of weeks, but in today's Hudson Hub Times I found this one:
Now what does that mean, 'could use better judgement'?
Posted on Monday 26 September 2011 at 12:39 pm in category: Police Reports
In the past week 18 people read this, in the past month 55 people read this.
I've been making a little fun of the Hudson police recently, because it seems that they keep themselves busy with pretty stupid things, if you read the police report in the Hudson Hub on Sundays. To be honest, I am sure they have a lot of other things going on too, and do a lot of good work - but that wouldn't be as funny of course.
If you want to be really horrified by what people do to other people, you should read the 'Court Watch' section in Cleveland's Plain Dealer on any given Sunday. Let's look at a small selection...
Posted on Sunday 18 September 2011 at 11:40 pm in category: Police Reports
In the past week 14 people read this, in the past month 47 people read this.
just when I thought the police reports in the Hudson Hub were losing some of their luster, this gem showed up in the September 18th edition: