Monday, July 1, 2013

Monday Badass

"The story you are about to see is true. The names have been changed to protect the innocent."

Sergeant Joe Friday was the ultimate, stiff-armed, monotone TV Cop badass of the sixties. He was Robocop before Robocop was cool. Ridiculed by hippies and loved by saintly grandmothers, Friday never wavered in his relentless fight to rid the Los Angeles streets of dope , goofballs, pep pills and the evils of marijuana. He was the king of long-winded, condescending speeches. Hyperbole and pleasant conversation just wasn't his bag, Joe Friday was interested only in the facts. Arrogant hippy chicks with bad attitudes and funky glasses just pissed him off.

Click Here--------------->Friday takes no shit!!


  1. Totally off topic, but I'm so glad I grew up when I did, it's so easy when seeing this sort of thing to feel like a seven year old again, thanks mate, special.

  2. Once in a great while I can still catch a Rerun of good Ol "Dragnet"
    but mostly watch it for the Old Cars and Bikes...
    "Cool Daddy-O, Farout and Groovy Man"

  3. I like that Your Mamma jokes have been around since the beginning of time.

  4. I'm glad I never grew up Whitey.
    I watch Dragnet every chance I get. I dig how they play the sexy saxophone music every time a remotely hot woman comes into the scene. Friday was a caricature of himself and always cracks me up with his hardcore self righteousness.
    Yo' mamma jokes are always fresh.