Justice Is A Dish Best Served On YouTube

By Gabe Delahaye / October 3, 2012

One of the worst parts about injustice is how it makes you feel invisible. The hope/desire for something to be done about it is often less about punishment and more simply about recognition. Doesn’t anyone see what is happening? Am I a crazy person for thinking/feeling that this is not right? And so on and so forth. Of course, the world is made up of 80 percent water and 90 percent injustice. There is so much of it. And nothing is ever done and everyone is invisible. Oh well. Hahha. Oh well! But every once in awhile, justice is served, and boy that is just the best. For example: a 32 year old woman named Shena Hardin routinely DROVE ONTO THE SIDEWALK every morning instead of patiently waiting like everyone else for a SCHOOL BUS to PICK UP A DISABLED CHILD. So finally the bus driver made sure a police car was waiting for her in what is called a Sting Operation. Boom. Justice. And guess what else? Justice being served is so great that it doesn’t matter that I’ve just explained everything that is going to happen in the video you are about to watch, it is still totally enjoyable. You’ll see.

Gotham deserves a better class of Shena Hardin. (Via Hypervocal.)