Kid in Yankee Cap Gets His at 1:34 Mark

Some might characterize the action-video footage that follows as “brimming with boundless horrors.” Others — patriots, for instance — might characterize the action-video footage that follows as “brimming with righteous justice.” Judge for yourself, so long as you agree in advance to make the correct judgment …

At this point, you might be wondering what the puckish young lad in the Yankee cap did to merit such a shuddersome fate, other than the self-evident breach of wearing a Yankee cap in the first place. And, hmmm, I might be wondering why you’re not content to leave such matters to the relevant jurisdictional authorities. Perhaps, because of your dissension, the Republic finds itself in need of even more blood-soaked redress, eh?

I’d watch what I say and think, if I were you.

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11 Responses to “Kid in Yankee Cap Gets His at 1:34 Mark”

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  1. Brian says:

    What the motherf*** was that?

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  2. Kyle says:

    I liked how expertly edited everything was. And how realistic the deaths were.

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  3. yaboynate says:

    Man… Moneyball sure took some liberties with the plot in the film version.

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  4. dutchbrowncoat says:

    what the hell just happened

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  5. TartanElk says:

    For the love of god, what movie was that? I MUST WATCH IT!

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  6. cliff lee's changeup says:

    David Cronenberg did it

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  7. thatwasweird says:!_Children_at_Play

    The film follows the inhabitants of a small rural town whose children are disappearing at an alarming rate and whose adults are simutaneously being killed in a ritualistic fashion. It is revealed early on that the kids are being inducted into a cannibalistic cult that live in the woods. The title is known mostly because of its brutal depictions of violence against children.

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  8. Tommy Lasordas Pasta says:

    What. The. Fuck.

    That was terribly awesome.

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  9. TartanElk says:

    Thanks, Thatwasweird. I’m on my phone so YouTube didn’t display the video name. I found it out right before you told me.

    Oh, good old Troms films. They are so wonderful.

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  10. reillocity says:

    Hold on a sec … isn’t that the same kid who shot Gaddafi?

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