Pace Student Shooting Witness: It Was An Accident

"DJ's mother needs to know that her son is not a criminal, and what happened that night was an accident," Samantha DeRosa said.

THORNWOOD, N.Y. (CBS 2/WCBS 880/1010 WINS/AP) — A college football player parked in a fire lane outside a bar sped away from police rapping on his car window, hit an officer who clung to the hood as the sedan barreled toward a colleague, and was killed by a burst of police gunfire that pierced his windshield, authorities said.

Danroy “D.J.” Henry, 20, had just played for Pace University in front of screaming fans during its homecoming against Stonehill College of Easton, Mass. — the junior defensive player’s hometown. Hours later, hysterical students screamed on the sidewalk around his dying, handcuffed body.

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The New York State Police joined Monday in an investigation of the events involving three local police officers early Sunday, which a chief of one of the departments called “horrendous.” The victim’s family and friends were skeptical of the account of events police gave.

CBS 2’s Lou Young reported that some of Henry’s friends said police went too far.

Brandon Cox, a passenger in Henry’s car who was grazed by a police bullet, said he and the victim’s family “won’t rest until we get justice for D.J.” He called Henry his best friend.

“In my heart, what went on that night … it didn’t need to come to that,” Cox said at a news conference outside his family’s home in Easton. “Whether we were trying to drive away or not … there was no need for any of that to happen. I do feel that we were victimized in that my friend’s life was taken for no reason.”

Cox’s parents said it was a simple misunderstanding that police misinterpreted as an assault.

“A police officer tapped on the window, they thought they were being asked to move as they were parked outside in a fire lane and they left. The next thing they know, there’s a police officer jumping from behind a car with his gun drawn and he starts shooting,” Arnold Cox said.

A disturbance at Finnegan’s Grill, wedged between a pizza place and an Asian restaurant in a strip mall in the suburban Westchester County hamlet of Thornwood, spilled into the parking lot, and police from Pleasantville and Mount Pleasant were called.

Henry’s Nissan Altima was parked in a fire lane as officers arrived. When an officer knocked on his window, and with a passenger in his car, Henry stepped on the gas, Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno said.

“For no reason, the vehicle sped away,” Alagno said at a news conference. “I can’t describe to you why the driver did what he did.”

Pleasantville Officer Aaron Hess tried to stop the car, was struck and “ended up on the hood,” Alagno said. Hess drew his pistol and fired into the vehicle, the chief said.

Fellow officers suggested Hess may have had little choice.

“I am not aware of any written protocol that tells an officer what to do when he’s been run down by a motor vehicle. I don’t think there is one out there,” Mt. Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno said.

Mount Pleasant Officer Ronald Beckley also fired at the car as it neared him in the fire lane, Alagno said. Another Mount Pleasant officer, Carl Castagna, was also struck; none of the three officers was seriously injured.

The Nissan, still in the fire lane, crashed into a patrol car and stopped. Officers then handcuffed Henry, but “on seeing his condition they uncuffed him” and treated him, including with a defibrillator, Alagno said.

A student’s cell phone video recording of the aftermath appears to show people performing chest compression on a body in the midst of flashing police lights and screaming students clutching themselves against the night chill.

Samantha DeRosa, a sophomore at Pace was in the middle of Sunday’s chaos.

“DJ’s mother needs to know that her son is not a criminal, and what happened that night was an accident,” DeRosa said.

DeRosa called it an accident and an overreaction by police. She said Henry tried to stop and heard his brakes screeching, CBS 2’s Derricke Dennis reported.

“The cop tried to stop him, and he hit the cop, and the cop was on the hood of the car, and you saw the cop banging with his flashlight, and the car just keep rolling, and then he fired his gun 3 times into the windshield of the car,” DeRosa said.

“What happened that night was not a crime, it was a scared kid trying to get out of there as soon as he could because he didn’t want to get in trouble.”

“And DJ’s body just rolled out of the car, and DJ was just laying there on the pavement, and they put him in handcuffs, saying don’t move, he couldn’t move, there was no way that he could move,” DeRosa said.

The passenger suffered a graze wound, and it wasn’t clear whose bullet killed Henry. Police are gathering “all available video” from nearby stores, Alagno said.

The gray sedan sat Sunday outside the restaurant with three bullet holes in the windshield, its driver’s-side front wheel askew and dents in the front panel.

A candlelight vigil was held Sunday evening at the school’s Pleasantville campus.

“A lot of witnesses” disagree with the preliminary police account, his father, Danroy Henry Sr., told the Brockton Enterprise of Massachusetts on Monday, “so we need to get to the bottom of it.”

He and the victim’s mother, Angela, had watched their son play in Pace’s homecoming game Saturday in front of about 500 people.

“There’s no script for this,” his father said. “Please give us a day. At some point we will make ourselves available, but right now we are mourning our son.”

Cox, who wouldn’t elaborate on the events of Sunday morning on his lawyer’s advice, said he was “heartbroken.”

“We were very close,” Cox said. “We spent all our summers together. We worked out together. We got ready for football together. We laughed … we rejoiced together.”

Former Oliver Ames High School head coach Mike Yurof, who coached Henry from his freshman to junior years in Easton, told The Associated Press that the victim was a hand-working player who never complained or questioned coaches.

“He had a great work ethic (and) good attitude toward the game,” Yurof said. “I honestly never had a problem with him in three years of coaching him. … It’s just an unbelievable shock.”

Wesley Paul, the principal of Henry’s high school, called him a “great young man” that represented “all that’s good in today’s youth.”

The state police and Westchester County crime scene experts are investigating, along with the office of Westchester prosecutor Janet DiFiore.

Alagno on Sunday called the shooting “horrendous” and added: “It’s something that I would hope would never have happened here, but unfortunately it did, and we’ll proceed with a very, very thorough investigation.”



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  1. rascal says:

    Ha ha, DJ was the designated driver. That’s why his BAC was 1.3. Blame it on Bush.

  2. tracker says:

    no jail time no trial.. That officer just saved us money!!! thanks!!!!

  3. JasonS says:

    @Lamar Francis: You’re an idiot. First of all, “subwoofers” do not prevent someone from hearing a knock on their car window, or prevent them from seeing a cop peering in. Secondly, the cop who knocked on the window was not the cop who ended up on the hood. As correctly reported in a number of places, the kid drove into another cop who was in front of the car as soon as the other cop knocked on the window.

    1. bernard says:

      It should have you.

  4. JasonS says:

    Once you have a case of a black person being shot by cops you simply cannot count on black witnesses to give an honest version of events. No matter what the evidence, they’ll always try and paint the perp as a completely innocent party who had the best of intentions, meanwhile the cops are always evil racist brutes who singled a brother out because he was black and so forth.

    It comes as no surprise to me whatsoever that witnesses are offering a conflicting version of events. Of course they are. They have been brought up in an anti-cop culture since day 1. They’ve had an anti-cop narrative drummed into them in which the cops are always guilty and the victims of cops are always completely innocent. Every effort will be made to gloss over the behavior and character of the perp. Even if he’s a hardened criminal, friends will say he was “just trying to turn his life around” etc.

    And so the ridiculous excuses for this kid will keep coming. It was an “accident”? He was just trying to drive away because he thought that’s what the cop wanted him to do when he tapped on his window? Oh suuure…well maybe if you’re 80 years old, senile and with cataracts you can get away with barreling directly into a cop who’s in front of your car, and then continue to accelerate when he’s on the hood. I’m sorry but even if this kid was just trying to move the fact remains he drove his car directly into a cop who was in front of him. Perhaps next they’ll claim that he was blind or that he was dazzled by moonlight. The point is that in every incident like this, blacks will tie themselves into pretzels in their frantic bid to twist the tale into a well worn narrative of racist police brutality. The only reliable evidence in this case will be video camera footage.

    1. bernard says:

      Hey Jason, when was the last time four white people were shot in a car?

      why is it only happening to people African origin?

      what do you know about American history and culture?

  5. KMar says:

    Again, this is so unfortunate. Police officers around the country need to learn when to pull out their guns… Also, why would an officer jump on the hood of a speeding car? That makes no sense at all… What was the reasoning of bothering these students? There are a lot of questions and they need to be answered!

  6. peter says:

    The most accurate interview/quote in the video from the noon broadcast is from the grandfather of the pace student. “He hit a cop, they had to shoot” or something to that affect. Maybe he didn’t intend to hit 2 cops, but he did, and conditioned accelerating.

    1. KMar says:

      You don’t know what you are talking about. You sound really dumb. First we all don’t know what happened, because none of use were there! BUT, an officer should be trained to only take out their guns only if they need too! Killing someone should be only done in a case, where their aren’t any other options…

      It was just a minor traffic stop. THESE OFFICERS WERE NO TRAINED PROPERLY!

  7. Zerker says:

    How comes whenever there is a police shooting, a black man always ends up dead?

    Strange

  8. J says:

    Then the police wonder why there is so much animosity towards them. Sounds like incompetence to me. Cops are morons and low functioning. All these police departments do is hire more white officers than black officers, I’m more sure that a black or Hispanic cop wouldn’t have even wasted his time with the boy only a Clint Eastwood cop would.

  9. jb4 says:

    Maybe if his windows werent blacked out with tint he would have be able to see the cop knock on his window more clearly……Underage drinking at a bar and scared of a DWI?

  10. James. says:

    Did you notice the wheel was off the axel… do you know what force that intailed to do that…

  11. John says:

    What an amazing supercop!

    To be hit by a car, straddling the hood while hanging on; pull out his weapon and shoot the kid in the face.

    Wow. He’s like Bruce Willis or something.

    I’m sure he had no choice. Cops never do.

    1. Smart Pace Student says:

      You are amazing. That was hysterical! I totally agree. Cops only fire their weapons when they have no choice, these people are completely stupid to blame it on race. .

      1. bernard says:

        Woop-woop!
        That’s the sound of da police!
        Woop-woop!
        That’s the sound of the beast!

  12. guess1 says:

    If you aimed for the tire… it would most likely would of bounce off the tire and hit someone else….. ???

  13. Studento says:

    Nothing against the kid, but he was 20, what was he doing at a bar?

    1. former pace student says:

      u can get in at 18 .. obviosuly not drink.. and second.. he wasnt drinking.. either was the passenger. and DJ was designated driver. so shutup

      @ Lamar, i love you Kid. Stay Stong❤

      1. Kelly says:

        If he wasn’t drinking, why was his blood level over the legal limit?

  14. rex22 says:

    no one was tazzed and or arrested.

  15. g3 says:

    Police are shown a training video: A cop is chasing another car down the highway. The guy crashes his car off the road. The cop pulls the “unconscious” man out of the car and starts rendering aid to him. Guess what happens next? The “unconscious” man, pulls a gun out and shoots the cop in the head. All on camera from the camera in the police car. Oh, but I heard the guy got good grades in school.

    1. bernard says:

      You would probably feel differently if it was your son or brother that was treated like that.
      welcome to America: justice for all?

  16. g3 says:

    Shoot the tires? Did you ever think that maybe once the bullet travels through the tire, the police are putting more people at risk of getting hit by the stray bullet. And we all know that once a tire is flat, the car comes to a complete stop, right?

  17. Lamar Francis says:

    First of all, people should notice that the police were the only people to comment (there were many witnesses). The witnesses will tell you a totally different story. DJ didn’t hear the cop knocking on the car window because of his subwoofers. He couldn’t of hit that cop with the car if he was knocking on the WINDOW. The cop who was hit was motioned by the other cop to stop him so he jumped in front of the car (they had no reason for suspicion because even they said that he had nothing to do with the brawl that took place). He shot as soon as he got in front, and the car only went the distance of 3 stores, and notice he was shot during this time meaning he didn’t have control of the car, thats why it went more than 15 ft. And the cops are saying they tried to take the other police officer off of the hood (between like that short distance) so how fast was the car really going? Unless Usain Bolt in tights and track shoes got faster and became a PVille cop, it makes no sense. They barely even mention the kid from Stonehill College that got shot or the other player that was in the back. You’ve all seen the Sean Bell case and how that was initially covered up, so don’t you think something like this would be easier to cover up. I don’t know…maybe it’s because I just played with the guy on the Pace football team, maybe it’s because he’s the most calm, cool, and collective (who works well under pressure) person I know..maybe it’s because there were over a dozen of eye witnesses that the media hasn’t interviewed yet. Maybe it’s because they handcuffed him and left him bleeding on the floor. Maybe it’s because a fellow teammate was hit because he tried to give DJ CPR and the cops said to leave him. Maybe it’s because a couple other innocent players (we know they’re innocent because they were released in hours and had no charges against them in the first place) were tazzed and arrested. The media heard the story of 4 officers. Do you really think they would not defend their own? Do you think they’d admit they’re wrong? Keep watching for when the witnesses testify.

    1. jamalov says:

      I am so glad the passengers survived. They will tell the real truth.

  18. ugh says:

    you would have to be going at some speed to skid 60 feet…come on now. get real. there could not of been brakes applied.

  19. more questions. says:

    no street car i am aware of has that good of acceleration… unless you have the gas pedal down to the floor even then…

  20. whereisAL>? says:

    Attention PLEASE!!! This looks like a job for Platinum race card holder Al Sharpton!! I am sure this is racist somehow…Well i guess we will leave it up to him to decide…I am sure we will be hearing from him soon..Happy to see he will still have a job

  21. dada says:

    where there skid marks???

  22. Common sense aint so common...RIP DJ says:

    PACE WILL FOREVER LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU DJ ….
    GOD JUST GOT A NEW RECRUIT FOR HIS FOOTBALL TEAM (TEAM HEAVENS)

  23. whereisAL> says:

    Attention Please!!!! This looks like a case for Al Sharpton Racial Defender !! $1,000 says this is racist in some shape or form..If its not..Al sharpton is a racial artist..He will get the job done..Dont worry folks he will be on the case shortly..

  24. Common sense aint too common.. RIP DJ says:

    DIDN’T YOU PARENTS EVER TEACH YOU NOT TO BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU HEAR AND READ IN THE MEDIA??? THAT’S WHATS SO WRONG WITH THIS GENERATION AND YOUR ASSUMPTIONS.

    1. THE COP WAS TRYING TO SLOW DOWN DJ, AND BEING THE PERSON HE WAS, HE LISTENED. HOWEVER, HE HIT HIS BREAKS TOO HARD WHICH RESULTED HIS CAR TO SKID INTO THE COP. HE DID NOT RUN INTO THE COP ON PURPOSE. ALL YOU DRIVERS KNOW THAT IF YOU DO HIT YOUR BREAKS TOO HARD, IT WILL SKID. ALSO, LOOK AT THE WEATHER, THE WET GROUND, THE WET LEAVES, THE TYPE OF CAR, THE TYPE OF WHEELS… ALL THESE ELEMENTS SHOULD BE TAKING INTO ACCOUNT.
    2. IDK WHY SOME OF YOU HERE ARE BRINGING PHYSICS INTO THIS SUBJECT MATTER. EITHER YOU TAKE THE CLASS OVER OR SHUT IT. YOU CAN HOLD YOUR BALANCE ON THE HOOD AND DRAW A GUN. EVEN THE COPS IN THE PRESS CONFIRMED THAT THE COP ON THE HOOD OF THE CAR OPENED FIRE YOU DAMN IDIOTS…. I SEE SOME OF YOU GUYS CAN’T RETAIN INFORMATION. PACE TEACHES US THAT 
    3. AFTER THE COP ON THE HOOD OF THE CAR SHOOTS DJ IN THE FACE (LETS USE SOME COMMON SENSE HERE PEOPLE) HE WAS NO LONGER IN CONTROL OF THE CAR, WHICH IS WHY HE “RAN” INTO ANOTHER COP AND HIT THE POLICE CAR WHICH IS WHEN HE STOPPED. NOW I PUT RAN IN QUOTATIONS BECAUSE ONLY HIS SIDE MIRROR GRAZED THE COP SO HE DIDN’T RUN OVER TWO COPS.
    4. LASTLY, AFTER THE CAR CAME TO A STOP, THE COPS OPENED HIS CAR DOOR, WHERE HIS LIFELESS BODY FELL OUT OF THE CAR. CLEARLY UNCONSCIOUS, THE COP PROCEEDED TO PUTTING LIFELESS DJ INTO HANDCUFFS.
    THEY DID SAY THERE WERE 50 COPS ON SIGHT AND YOU TELL ME NOT ONE OF THEM COULD’VE SHOT OUT HIS TIRES??? THE HAD TO SHOOT HIM??? HIS ARMS AND LEGS WERE OBVIOUSLY NOT VISIBLE SO THEY HAD TO SHOOT HIM IN THE FACE HUH…IF THIS IS WHAT YOU IDIOTIC FOOLS CALL JUSTICE, IT IS AMERICA ANYHOW SO I AM NOT SURPRISED.

    1. Badonkadonk says:

      And why we should believe you instead?

    2. .... says:

      First a Nissan has anti lock brakes. If he was driving the normal 10-15 miles an hour because it was a PARKING LOT he would of never skidded into anybody. Too slow to skid hence the anti lock breaks kick in. Second, the police aren’t trained to shoot at tires. A few reasons, if you aim at small tires which are moving you are going to miss. Bullets continue to travel when they do not hit their intended targets which means you now run the risk of shooting the crowd. They are trained to shoot at center mass to stop the threat. No police officer shoots to kill. They shoot to STOP. The windshield offered the only chance at center mass.
      Third, yes they handcuffed him. The police are trained to secure their prisoner. A police officer can not declare someone dead because they are not trained to do so. A doctor does this. The cops aren’t going home to have beers with their buddies because they just killed someone. Cops hate having to use deadly force because right or wrong it’s a decision they must live with for the rest of their lives. All the driver had to do was STOP the car.

    3. sk says:

      You8 can’t always go by the media reporst however, how do we know anything about your story? You have no proof about what you are saying. I’m sorry this amn was killed but that does not mean he was innocent. Of course everyone is going to say what a great guy he is you have to say that or you will be killed. If there was no brawl/the police would not have been there all togther.

    4. sk says:

      Why should we belive you over the media reports? you have no basis/proof about anything you are saying. I’m sorry this man was killed but that does not mean he was inocent. he was invloved in a brawl that does bot sound like such a “good boy”.

    5. Wake up!!! says:

      The reason this happened is because every time that someone is shot and killed while trying to evade police ( very often carrying a weapon or using a car in a dangerous manner) The media in their quest for RATINGS portray it as a “Controversial shooting”. This then encourages others to make stupid decisions down the road.If every body would get it through their skulls that if you drive a car at a police officer it is the same as pointing a gun at them. If you FLEE FROM THE POLICE, THEY CAN AND WILL USE FORCE TO STOP YOU. AND WHATEVER HAPPENS WILL BE YOUR FAULT! To discourage such dangerous chases NY state legislature recently passed a law which makes it a crime to Flee from the police for ANY reason. Dont be the next person who gets himself killed thinking they can run from the police!!! Use your heads!!!!

  25. dboy says:

    you sure as hell ain’t no “scientician”. Can you even spell your name? My god!

    1. duh says:

      It (scientician) was an obscure Simpson’s reference

  26. Hmmmm says:

    I’m no scientician, but if someone’s trying to kill me with their car and I have a loaded gun – umma gonna unload the gun into the driver’s side of that car. Just sayin’.

  27. Scotia says:

    A young man is dead and the lives of those who witnessed the shooting and lives of those who were involved in the shooting will never be the same – let’s try to be a bit more respectful with our comments.

  28. Jackie says:

    What I would like to know is who were the people involved in the brawl and why was this boy parking in the fire lane??

  29. m.andm says:

    Anyone man that wears earings can’t be all that good

  30. Amy says:

    “Student” the only people who are “killed like will animals” (I believe you mean wilD animals) are those who ACT like wild animals. Intentionally run over cops (or anyone for that matter) and guess what? You deserve to die.

    1. Olivia says:

      I am ashamed to live in the same society that you inhabit. You are a heinous excuse for a human being and clearly contribute nothing to this world but hate. Despite your ignorance and your despicable character, even you deserve to live. How dare you comment on whether or not someone deserves to live or die. I sincerely hope you look yourself in the mirror and ask yourself if you are truly taking advantage of the life you were given. Stop generating negativity and hate. DJ touched so many people and inspired greatness in all who knew him. What can you say for yourself? No matter if he deserved it or not, DJ is dead and for some sickening reason you aren’t. Make something of yourself and stop speaking out of your ass.

  31. dogsrule says:

    This never should of happened, Why did he not stop the car? Why did the car hit two persons and another car? If the car got onto the streets, would it of hit someone on the street and kill someone else? They do not look for a reason to shoot.

  32. student says:

    people all you have to do is use physics and the truth will come out. How is a cop going to shoot someone if they got hit by a car and shoot will on the hood and all his shots hit him. once you hit by a car, you feel it and once your on the hood your balance is off so how is his cop going to shoot him will trying to balance on the hood of the car. and how is the other cop that got grazed by the car is going to have the correct aim o shoot him while the fellow officer is on the hood. even if it’s not the grazed officer that was shooting what about the other officers would that have that kind of aim to shoot that boy without shooting the cop on the hood. They shot at him way before. But cops lie too, to protect themselves. If the well the truth will come out regardless. but if the cops are guilty, the courts should punish them if not then one day people will revolt against the cops of this nation. because we are sick of being killed like will animals. believe me if that happen the people will win by a mile. this report does not have any of the words of the witnesses i wonder why.

    1. EDUCATED student says:

      do they even teach physics at Pace?

      1. Amy says:

        They clearly don’t teach grammar.

  33. Jim S says:

    Devenio why would two police officers fire at the car ? This is a tragedy but clearly the one most in control was the driver.

  34. cbab says:

    ahhh poor boy my @ss …do as your told and it wouldnt have happened….oh well

  35. Jim S says:

    The two police officers were treated at the hospital for broken bones and other injuries.

  36. Jim S says:

    I read that a Mount Pleasant officer had not fired their weapon on-duty in 20 years, so let’s not say that this is a regular thing. There will be plenty of witnesses, so wait for the facts to come out.

  37. JasonS says:

    @Devenio: So we’ll look forward to hearing about your son being shot by a cop in due course then. Morons like you should not be allowed to raise children.

  38. Sam says:

    Pace student, practice what you preach. The cop shot because he was being run over and laying on the hood of this fools car. The dude also tried to run over another cop. I would shoot too. If the guy is in a car running down people how are you suppose to shoot in the leg?

  39. Devenio says:

    You’re calling his mother and father turds? I hope the cops shoot and kill you child so I can gleefully call you a turd.

    1. Nick says:

      Oh, I don’t know. My child’s not raised to run over cops.

      Gee, cops fire their guns when being run over – WHAT A CONCEPT!

      1. Sane Pace Student says:

        Best. Comment

  40. The Good Samaritan says:

    Pace University needs to stop recruting gunmen into their school.

    1. Pace Student says:

      Not for nothing a Lot of you making comments don’t know what really happened so stop with assumptions. Ignorant people. And as a pace student you don’t know any one of us so you need to come correct. The media is constantly slandering so next time keep that ignorant rude comment to yourself. K THANKS.

      1. Pace Student says:

        Don’t make me come over there and put a cap in yo ass!

  41. t546 says:

    Just like the interviews on the shooting incident in Pelham last week. “He was such a great guy, he would never do anything like this”. Meanwhile the guy did 10 years in prison and lived in the Bronx. To get 10 years in the Bronx is the equivalent o doing life somewhere else. Why couldnt po po shoot him in the leg? The same reason Hen couldnt hit the brakes

  42. jsmith123 says:

    This story should not be a eulogy or a wikipedia entry on Henry. Unfortunately cops do not have the time to look through family photos, interview family members & friends, ind out if they have ever done drugs, or ind out what they ate or breakfast. The story should be reporting on the 2-3 minutes incident. All it takes is a person acting stupid to alter their life for ever.

    1. jamalov says:

      If the kid had been white the officers would have shot the tires out on the vehicle instead of shooting to kill this young black male. This is so familiar and I am so tired of hearing this happen over and over again. Treat all citizens the same way and stop murdering our young black males just because they are black.

      1. moe says:

        the cop would have shot the tires out from the hood of the car that just struck him if it was a white kid driving?

  43. CJ says:

    the police men are very stupid to shoot that innocent boy, they could have shoot him at his hand or legs than to kill him, that police man need to be punish

    1. kelly says:

      @ CJ, how could the police shoot the kid from the hood of the car, how could he aim for the hands or legs when the car was still moving, with the police officer still on the hood? I used to ride ambulance, difficult to do anything in, or on top of a moving vehicle.

  44. royalfuzziness says:

    Stop sitting there waiting for your home boys,to jump in the ride. Let them fend for themselves.

  45. royalfuzziness says:

    Here is a crazy idea there is a big fight going on in the parking lot 10 feet away, do you A sit there like a nim rod, or B get out!.

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