Vaya con Dios
“I told you, if you don’t have a tip, then f— off!”
Or totally impossible, actually
The easy way or the hard way. Your call
Look on the bright side. There’s less snow in the summer
It wasn’t all that long ago, really
And the story only gets stranger from there
Welcome to Denver: Feel free to relieve yourself anywhere.
Isn’t that special…
Not even pretending to try at this point
Children can’t give consent
Just the facts, folks
Just give up on it
Well… there’s a new approach
A different approach
A reminder of obligations
Be careful what you wish for
The absurd devolves into a criminal enterprise
… at least sometimes, anyway
Nice while it lasted, I guess.
There’s a different feeling out there, or so it seems
That’s a crying shame
That’s just lovely
How did you become a judge again?
You realize that harboring is a crime, right?
Why? Was your parade harboring criminals?
We can do it because it’s already been done
Perhaps you’d like some federal funding for that?
But of course will be keeping everyone safe… Somehow
New sheriff in town
Rights and responsibilities
Everything old is new again
That’s not how any of this works
Good of an excuse as any I suppose
Expect more of this
So they can move into your office?
Not exactly, but there are some cracks in the wall
“Could you do it?’ I think you could.”
Not a slam dunk
“Ultimately, it wouldn’t protect a single soul from deportation.”
You might want to rethink this before the new sheriff gets to town
“six civilians and one police officer were injured”