August 3, 2020

Coffee is hot and mucus floats.

From "Dunkin' Donuts employee arrested after cop finds 'large, thick piece of mucus' in his coffee" (ABC News):
"Due to the coffee being extremely hot, the Trooper removed the lid from the top of the cup to cool it down," the Illinois State Police said in a statement. It was then that the officer noticed the mucus and saliva floating inside his coffee cup. The ISP immediately began an investigation into the incident which culminated just a couple of hours later with the arrest of 25-year-old Dunkin’ Donuts employee Vincent J. Sessler.
Perhaps he thought it was the perfect crime — what with the lid on the coffee — the perfect underhanded, sleazy, petty way to express hatred for a person he lacked the power to confront. But, no, the cop took the lid off the coffee, and this downtrodden member of the underclass is thwarted.

55 comments:

Wilbur said...

Totally unsurprising from a Leftist. Dog bites man.

What interests me is that the scumball was charged with battery on a police officer (along with disorderly). The Leftist effluence never actually touched the Trooper, so a battery charge may not fly. The Cook County SAO may just drop the whole case anyway, considering it legally justifiable.

Oso Negro said...

And the skeevy little bastard's photo looks exactly as one would suspect. Loser.

Smerdyakov said...

He has a sullen look. But "downtrodden member of the underclass"?

Howard said...

Kitchen Confidential. The dumb fuck didn't realize it's gotta blend in. Good lesson for others on how to better serve the skull crackers.

Howard said...

Half caff mocha loogie

Kevin said...

These people need to do hard time. And the corporations need to get dragged into it.

Start by asking them to provide documentation of their police anti-bias training. When they look incredulous, slap them with a civil rights suit.

They started down this path. Let them die on it.

Will said...

There's a post on Second City Cop about this.
http://secondcitycop.blogspot.com
Check the comments, he might think about moving out of Chicago.

iowan2 said...

Yes, Dog bites man.

Working in the customer service trades gives valuable life lessons. Food service, not sure what % are mindless turds like this guy. I would love for a reporter to interview this turd to show everybody what kind of intellect,and world view creates the circumstances where he thinks this is a reasonable action. But we never do. Talk about "low information"
As an aside, my nephew has a degree in information technology, graduated college around 2005, landed a great job making very good money. At family gathering (someone elses college graduation) I overheard him telling a story about something funny that happened to him while he was waiter at Applebees. I asked him later about the story, because I never heard he was ever a waiter, and wanted to get his motivation for getting into it, if something other than $ were involved.
He told me the story happened a couple of weeks prior, not years prior, and he refused to give up his well earned spots on the Friday night, and Saturday night roster. He said tips average over $150 per night, and if he got a couple of big groups he has doubled that. Not all service workers are turds...the good ones are rich.

iowan2 said...

Skull crackers.
I see the troll is trying to incite. He's too stupid to earn a response.

Big Mike said...

It’s Cook County so I expect the case to be dropped. Perhaps someone will be able to arrange some street justice, but that’s the best that can be hoped for.

Larry J said...

Could he be charged under the food tampering law?
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/1365

walter said...

Heroes work there.

Krumhorn said...

I’m thinking that if I’m a cop, I bring my own food and coffee on patrol. Other than Chick-fil-A, who can you trust not to goober up a loogie, or worse? There’s always a Howard or a Freder out there who need to get over on The Man.

- Krumhorn

Tina Trent said...

Attempted battery. Soros Prosecutor's Project member and Chicago DA Kim Foxx will quash the prosecution. Feel free to assault police, she explained.

Can Of Cheese for Hunter said...

was it a peaceful covid-snot?

exhelodrvr1 said...

Betcha the Dunkin Donuts kid is a Democrat, and betcha no Democratic politician will say anything about this being inappropriate.

Martin said...

Never happen, but I wish they would charge Sessler with aggravated assault on a police officer, get the conviction, and the judge gives him the max.

Instead they'll build a statue of him to replace one recently taken down.

MadisonMan said...

I confess that Illinois was not the first state I thought of -- for where this happened. I was thinking Oregon or New York. But I note that it's a state ruled by Democrats.

mockturtle said...

In AZ, spitting on police is a felony and this is tantamount to the same--except worse.

mockturtle said...

Why isn't this guy working at Starbucks?

Francisco D said...

I was never a fan of buying coffee in a store where it costs 5-10x as much as better coffee you can brew yourself. When stupid SJWs (i.e., Little Howies) spit in people's coffee, I am even happier that I bought nice coffee making equipment.

A few more stories like this and I will feel justified in buying a professional model coffee maker. That is what I will tell my wife when she sees the bill.

exhelodrvr1 said...

"was it a peaceful covid-snot?"

Initially, but it intensified.

Amadeus 48 said...

That’s it. No more Dunkin for me. They blew it by hiring this no-hoper and then failing to supervise him properly. I hope he’s having fun over at the Eighth.

J. D. Canals said...

I think the Supervisor should also be 'brought in'
Somebody hired this clown, and I think they bear a bit of responsibility.

Joe Smith said...

Fake news! It's not Dunkin' Donuts...they rebranded as Dunkin' at least a year ago. Get your facts straight...

Temujin said...

Can we deport our youth to China? Just asking. I think it would be better for everybody. The USA, China, and da yoots.

PM said...

They gotta stop running GoodFellas on cable.

Char Char Binks, Esq. said...

That’s not Folgers in your cup.

bagoh20 said...

I had lunch the other day in a Mexican restaurant. There was a table with 8 people. Half of them were in police uniform, the others looked like they could be detectives, men and women.

I paid for their lunch. I told the waitress to make it anonymous, but she told them. They all came over and thanked me. You should try that. It really feels good, especially now when they need to know they have support out there. There is not a lot of rewarding things you can do right now, and we need to make each other feel appreciated on a direct personal level.

The Drill SGT said...

What's the world comin to, when I cop can't find a donut and a cupa Joe?

bagoh20 said...

Imagine how much this happens everyday. A loser like this sees you, or your name or address on the order and imagines that they hate you for no real reason. 99% of the time you never find out it happened. My estimate is it's about 1000 to 1 committed by leftists. It's just not something people on the right do - just like rioting, stealing shoes and liquor, and leaving garbage in their wake. Being a proud leftist shows a great moral deficit. Even if you are stupid enough to be one, there is nothing to be proud of.

Ingachuck'stoothlessARM said...

See?!? Masks dont work!

flag 'em and flog 'em for the phlegm.

Geneo said...

Check the laws about hiring employees in todays world. Now the onus is on the employer if they do not hire creeps like this one. The "Creeps" have rights ya know!!

PM said...

PM said:
"They gotta stop running GoodFellas on cable."
I think he meant "Casino", spitting on the cop's burger.

svlc said...

Another fine example of Love Trumps Hate.

BAS said...

they should do a dna test to make sure it wasn't the cop spitting in his own coffee

DeepRunner said...

A look at the mug shot of the perp shows Millennial, Antifa hatred. And, to make it even better, dude looks like he had a gofundme page up but only collected 30 quid.

Lewis said...

Everybody knows!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lin-a2lTelg

Lewis said...

The video in this is really wierd if not stupid but the words!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTTC_fD598A

Lewis said...

The last great ironist - as far as verse is concerned - or should one say controlled aggression, him being male? One last:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0nmHymgM7Y

Lewis said...

Again the stupid video - instead of addinding to the pathos of one of Leonards last songs he/she wants 'tell us a story' about 'androgynous' nirvana. I know Leonard never cared for that shit or how his music got out there. Larkin;


Love Songs in Age by Philip Larkin
Love Songs In Age
by Philip Larkin
She kept her songs, they kept so little space,
The covers pleased her:
One bleached from lying in a sunny place,
One marked in circles by a vase of water,
One mended, when a tidy fit had seized her,
And coloured, by her daughter –
So they had waited, till, in widowhood
She found them, looking for something else, and stood

Relearning how each frank submissive chord
Had ushered in
Word after sprawling hyphenated word,
And the unfailing sense of being young
Spread out like a spring-woken tree, wherein
That hidden freshness sung,
That certainty of time laid up in store
As when she played them first. But, even more,

The glare of that much-mentionned brilliance, love,
Broke out, to show
Its bright incipience sailing above,
Still promising to solve, and satisfy,
And set unchangeably in order. So
To pile them back, to cry,
Was hard, without lamely admitting how
It had not done so then, and could not now.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AMMb9CiScI

Lewis said...

It's very interesting that poem - how he struggles to control his feelings, to make it taim, to end it - he's struggling with so many forces - first, he has to be ironic, that's a command of his milieu, for no feelings can be real? He has to distance himself from himself by imagining 'a woman' (how difficult for Larkin!) who really speaks as him. That's sad. Second, being hypersensitive, he knows this so he he must close it down fast but how? Looking for a way out he clips it of, Emily Dickinson like, at the end. Doh!

Lewis said...

I must admit, it does work, those two lines - he'd obviously learnt a lot from Marrianne More!

Lewis said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7fhhOZNYCY&list=PL8a8cutYP7frcm-Dbeuos9HWD_h8MFKma

Lewis said...

You've given me the rule of 'two' I see - but what happens to those posts you dont publish - do they die or do they slowly, over the days, unfurl there wings?

Lewis said...

The Power of the Powerless - Vaclav Havel

Lewis said...

Doh!

Lewis said...

Those short stoccato lines - had not done so then and could not now - when I was a kid they cut to my heart. As did this:


Winter Trees
The wet dawn inks are doing their blue dissolve.
On their blotter of fog the trees
Seem a botanical drawing --
Memories growing, ring on ring,
A series of weddings.

Knowing neither abortions nor bitchery,
Truer than women,
They seed so effortlessly!
Tasting the winds, that are footless,
Waist-deep in history --

Full of wings, otherworldliness.
In this, they are Ledas.
O mother of leaves and sweetness
Who are these pietàs?
The shadows of ringdoves chanting, but chasing nothing.

Hence, I learnt how to write badly - I had to unlearn and relearn her.

Lewis said...

'glare' and 'brilliance' work as an intentsive or is it just clumsy?

Lewis said...

Everyones an idiot. This short vid shows how corrupted we are, for then they believed in a kind of craft, which you must learn, and respect your elders for knowing better

Lewis said...

I should have said 'Winter Trees' is Sylvia Plath

Lewis said...

You'd like her, if you hadn't already read her, women have a different temperament from men - we'll all anger and angst and therefore controll - if you read Tsveteava, it's no control, hence her tragic death. Or, Akhmatova, she's ironic with her 'alleged' control, like tempting and withdrawing what we want. I love women (yes I'm drunk)

Lewis said...

I'm exactly like you, Sylvia - a word, a line comes from nowhere - is it from God, a command, a way of being or just irrational? But I feel compelled to put it in 'context' - so I write a poem.

Lewis said...

What is life, Anne - suddenly I just feel it stinks - I know, I'm the one with the answers - I know my Greeks, My Romans, My St Augistine, my Thomas Aquinus, my Decline and Fall, My Hume, My Berkely, My Kant and, oh labour over Hegel. Kiergegaard and Schopeneaur. Niezsche and Marx ( I'm the only person I know who has read the whole of Marx - Grundisse to German idiology - and read the whole of the bible - yep, every last chapter), but what profit me without love? Love which moveth the mountains and make the vainglorious still.

Lewis said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDrMYd4t65U