Back in April, a Florida (of course) man named Christian Radecki made a great decision: He pulled his car into a driveway belonging to a sherrif's deputy, cranked some tunes, and danced atop that police man's car for five minutes. His choices of music to interpret through dance were “Righ Girl” by Hall & Oates and “Goodbye Stranger” by Supertramp which, hey, why mess with the classics. Now, The Smoking Gun has the video. Look at this magnificent bastard:
His given reason for dancing provacatively atop a police vehicle was that we was seeking out the “Sherrif of Notingham,” because “when he opened his front door, a woman with fangs was threatening him, and that a human sacrifice was about to occur involving vampires.” I mean, same. But that's not important. What's important is that this man is a free-spirit. A man who, just like you and me, sometimes feels bogged down by the rigors of the rat race and the accompanyng conformity. Or vampires – tomato, tomahto. The point is that this man was brave enough to do what none of us can; to stand above tryranny and oppression. Not just to stand above it, but to dance upon it like no security cameras were watching (and then ripping the windshield wipers off the vehicle and stealing a neighbors American flag). He makes my dreams come true. He's also in jail now.
This is what real heroinism looks like, Katelan Transjenner (lol). I hope your taking notes.
Happy Friday, everyone.