Man Arrested for Using Olympic Torch to Light Up

Think it was just a cigarette, but I guess you can’t mess with the Torch:

8 Comments on "Man Arrested for Using Olympic Torch to Light Up"

  1. Mr. Buddy | Feb 18, 2010 at 6:08 pm |

    In Canada smoking is a privilege not a right… It's funny that when he lights-up the Vancouver gas clock starts chiming… Vancouver cops are just doing there jobs… O poor Olympic Flame! Makes me wonder what natural gas company supplies the Vancouver Cauldron… Must be related to the New World Order or the cop just had to get his hard-on at no expense… Fascism… O Canada Glorious and Free… Me hopes that at least it was good Bud!

  2. Christopher | Feb 18, 2010 at 7:10 pm |

    The olympics occur every year to promote senseless tribalism in the small-minded athletic warfare clubs of this world, ensuring that social welfare will always be a bottom-tier priority. The Olympic torch is an offensive symbol shrouded in the self-aggrandizing mythos of this morally bankrupt culture.

    “Can't mess with the torch”? Go fuck yourself.

    • tonyviner | Feb 18, 2010 at 8:29 pm |

      Careful, you are starting to sound like a Socialist, and I know you were taught in school that Socialists are bad.

    • conflict is what defines, without conflict we would waste away,
      look at every great stride humanity has made , it is because of conflict.
      if the day ever comes that humanity is free from want and has no need to tear each other apart we will soon see the end of humanity.

  3. Ron Belushi | Feb 18, 2010 at 8:28 pm |

    What the man should have done was come down here and get our Constitution from Washington, take that up there and burn that. It has been done away with in every way but symbolically and we should just hurry up and put this baby to rest once and for all.

  4. That was the Olympic torch? It looked like a giant Cheech and Chong type joint. No wonder that guy went for it. He was just trying to get a hit of the spliff of Prometheus.

  5. Uhm… what law exactly did he break?

  6. Uhm… what law exactly did he break?

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