A great example of a law enforcement officer performing his duty while performing for an audience, and thus showing that he truly is Providence's finest.
If he was not already retired when this video was made, as some conflicting sites suggest, then he should be recognized, not disciplined: maybe given his own reality show! He keeps such a straight face through all the antics.
The only problem here is one of liability: if any mishap occurs at the intersection, his antics will be blamed by the accident and personal injury attorneys involved, and, if it is later discovered that the government of Providence was aware of the situation but did nothing, then the whole city becomes party to the defendant.
It kinda sucks, but I guess if someone tries to be silly while on the job, and that job involves public safety, then it probably has to be restrained, even if said silliness actually causes no increase in danger.
hulu may be the vanguard of online video, alongside similar sites, hosting full length programs, movies, and other media, interspersing only brief commercial interludes, and facing no copyright infringement lawsuits.
We at *impulse find ourselves returning to hulu repeatedly, despite the limited, but growing, catalog of media from which to choose.
In conclusion, we deem it cool, even though our repeated visits may be due to nothing more than habit, boredom, compulsion, and unwillingness to browse for more interesting content. As soon as the archive grows exponentially over the next year or so, we will return out of pure devotion.
Although Felix was generally portrayed as the squarer of the two between himself and Oscar, season 3 episode 22, 'Take My Furniture Please', temporarily inverts this imbalance, but not without precedent. Felix is the more artistic of the two, and not entirely reactionary, so it is not surprising that when there is an opportunity to refurnish the apartment, Felix has more progressive ideas than Oscar.
The potato chip recliner, hand-shaped chairs, and ridiculous mock-digital wall clock, confuse and upset Oscar. Felix, on the other hand, has not even started realizing his transformative vision. It is through the indirect conduits, the splashes and sharp edges, the non-representational and the ludicrous of contemporary furnishings, that Felix streaks past Oscar into the less-square modern age.
Photo is of a Panta Rhei Two Person Accent Chair by Gypser.