Linking to a story about a carjacking, Owen Robinson says:
There’s a reason why I roll through stop signs when I drive through the north side of Milwaukee.
It's weird. The Brawler has driven in (not necessarily "through") the north side of Milwaukee many, many more times than has the Bard of Washington County. Sometimes even at night! Yet not once has he violated traffic laws! Or been carjacked!
A commenter at Owen's site says:
Being afraid of black people is not a defense I would use in front of the judge, Owen.
Owen, trying to be clever, replies:
I’m not afraid of black people. I’m afraid of gang-bangers and hooligans. But it’s interesting how you equate crime with black folks. Is there a little projection afoot?
The Brawler would be intrigued to know: does Owen have a supernatural ability to tell whether the people he zips past on the north side are gang-bangers or hooligans? Or does he automatically assume anyone he sees is a gang banger or hooligan? Or does he just roll regardless of whether there's anyone on the street?
The Brawler suggests that Owen Robinson is an ideal target for MPD profiling. He may be even packing a concealed firearm!