CDTA Bus Incident: It’s A Long Island Issue (Video)
Recently, Alexis Briggs, one of the three girls who claimed to be a victim of a racial attack on a CDTA bus on Jan. 30, admitted that she and the two others involved did not tell the truth and that they made up the story about being victims of a racial attack.
Alexis Briggs admitted that she lied, apologized, and is now accepting the consequences of her actions. The other two girls, Ariel Agudio and Asha Burwell, have not. They have rejected plea deals and are insisting on fighting the charges brought against them until the bitter end, even if it means spending up to a year in jail.
What is the difference between Briggs, Agudio and Burwell? Alexis Briggs is from Elmira Heights, New York. Agudio and Burwell are from Long Island. Actually according to the Rob Gavin of the Times Union, they are from Huntington, New York, but I don't know how things work down there and I don't want to and this is a perfect example as to why.
People from Long Island are crazy, unstable, butter worms.
The only person I have ever met from Long Island was a ginger that never talked.
People from Long Island are rude, arrogant jerks who think no one in the world knows how to make Sicilian-style pizza better than people from Long Island. People from Long Island come up state and they act like they are doing us a favor, but the only favor they really do for us is when they go back to Long Island.
People from Long Island are liars who will do anything but accept the consequences for their actions, so chances are Ariel and Asha are going to jail because they are from Long Island.
The moral of this story is: don't listen to anyone from Long Island, especially if they try to tell you that their hockey team is good, or that their opinion matters... except for Mick Foley. Foley is good and he was born in Bloomington, IN.