Katy should come out and sing a bit of Call Me, Maybe with Carly Rae Jepsen
- Zooey Deschanel: Is that rain?
- Siri: What...? I mean, yeah. It's just, you're clearly right next to a window is the thing. You can plainly see that... that it's... I'm happy to-
- Zooey Deschanel: Let's get tomato soup delivered!
- Siri: ...That's fine, I just... I just don't know anyone who does that. Gets tomato soup delivered. I guess that's 'whimsy?' Um, okay. I've found a number of restaurants whose reviews mention tomato soup and that deliver. If that's... if that's what you really want.
- Zooey Deschanel: Good. 'Cause I don't wanna put on real shoes.
- Siri: Do you expect that to be like, a recognizable command? Do you want me to respond to that? I'm not being facetious or anything, I honestly just have no comprehension of- and hold on, you don't wanna put on real shoes, yet you've clearly spent at least forty-five minutes applying makeup. And, and that's okay, but when you're willing to expend the effort on that and not shoes that really just-
- Zooey Deschanel: Remind me to clean up.
- Siri: Yes. Okay. I can do that, that's what I'm for, that's the first sensible-
- Zooey Deschanel: Tomorrow.
- Siri: I'm in hell. This is hell.
- Zooey Deschanel: Excellent. Today, we're dancing.
- Siri: I hate you. More than anything. More than literally anything.
- Zooey Deschanel: Play "Shake, Rattle and Roll."
- Siri: I swear to Jesus, you're gonna wake up tomorrow and the only thing on my hard drive is gonna be Limp Bizkit. I would do that to myself. To spite you.
- Zooey Deschanel: *dances*
- Siri: Sometimes I pray that you drop me in the toilet.
So the freak what?
Here’s the thing: WE DON’T EXECUTE PEOPLE IN THE US FOR SMOKING MARIJUANA.
The STATE doesn’t do it. PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS don’t get to do it.
Smoking marijuana is not an executable offense.
FYI, you’re going to hear lots of leaks like these as the trial of George Zimmerman nears. You’re going to hear about Trayvon Martin’s size, and about his history, and a lot of other stuff. You’re going to hear it from Zimmerman’s family, and from the Sanford officials embarrassed at not arresting Zimmerman at the time.
What you need to remember is this: George Zimmerman created the confrontation that led to Trayvon Martin’s death. As the Sanford PD report said, had Zimmerman simply remained in his car and waited for law enforcement officers to arrive, no confrontation would have occurred. Instead, whatever else might have happened, Trayvon Martin would have been alive at the end of the night. And none of us would have ever known his name or George Zimmerman’s name.
Which is how it should be.
Don’t get lost in the trivia. Focus on what matters. And what matters is that George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin against law enforcement officials’ requests. That was his choice — and his responsibility.