Four girls under the age of 17 decide to jump a turnstile. These girls are confronted by police. An attempt at arrest is made by the police. The girls decide that they have what it takes to take on the police. The girls end up clubbed and cuffed. Is it me, or are young girls suddenly becoming almost as dangerous and unpredictable as young boys? I am not what you'd call a big fan of the police. As a seemingly endless stream of videos in the last few years has shown, far too many abuse their powers - it's not just "a few bad apples". However, this is ridiculous. When the cops tell you to calm down, it seems to me that it serves you well to do just that, no matter the situation. What bothers me is the age of these kids. Too much reality TV? Lousy parenting? I don't know, but I do know this: when all you have is a bag, and the people on the other side are uniformed and carrying billy clubs, mace and a firearm, I'm putting my money on the other side . . . every time. Full story here.