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It seems that some members of the NYPD are able to understand that they aren’t the “good guys”, but unfortunately they seem to be embracing it.
Multiple police cars have been spotted blasting Darth Vader’s theme song from their squad cars, the music that typically signals the entrance of the dark lord and his storm trooper minions.
A black comedy, or dark comedy, is a comic work that employs black humor, which, in its most basic definition, is humor that makes light of otherwise solemn subject matter, or gallows humor. Not to be confused with black humor referring to black people funny (IE The Barber Shop) The definition of black humor is problematic; it has been argued that it corresponds to the earlier concept of gallows humor.
...Multiple police cars have been spotted blasting Darth Vader’s theme song from their squad cars...
...It's not clear whether the incidents are the work of a single pair of cops or if the practice is more widespread. We reached out to the NYPD for comment and never heard back. ...
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I'd first heard about U.S. patrols doing this in urban Iraqi areas in 2004 as a way to screw with the locals and/or piss them off, depending on which neighborhood and intent at the time.
And even if it was a moment (or two) of bad judgement. What would you prefer they play? Paul McCartney's We all stand together?