- Study: Netflix released more originals than licensed titles last year Today 2:26 PM
- Laura Ingraham, Dinesh D’Souza slam journalist for having a job Today 1:40 PM
- Netflix is testing a cheap-as-hell mobile-only plan Today 1:08 PM
- Astrology app Co-Star’s bizarre push notifications are now a meme Today 12:18 PM
- ‘The Dirt’ offers a sanitized history of Mötley Crüe—but why? Today 11:42 AM
- ‘The Dirt’ director Jeff Tremaine on Mötley Crüe’s long, difficult road to Netflix Today 11:30 AM
- Here’s video of yet another alleged gunman looking for YouTuber Adam22 Today 11:09 AM
- 12 mugs that are absolutely purr-fect for cat enthusiasts Today 10:58 AM
- Jared Kushner used WhatsApp for official White House business Today 10:50 AM
- Unsettled Tom memes are on the rise Today 10:36 AM
- Trans student nominated for prom king told by administration to run for queen Today 10:07 AM
- Trump turns on his favorite cable news network Today 8:56 AM
- Skillshare is offering new users one month of premium for less than $1 Today 8:34 AM
- How to stream Bellator 218 for free Today 8:00 AM
- Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ is already a meme gold mine Today 7:18 AM
Jimmy John’s cashier couldn’t care less that a robber pointed a gun in his face
We all like to think that, when faced with a harrowing situation, we would act supremely calm, cool, and collected.
But… we wouldn’t. Not a chance. In reality, if anyone ever pointed a gun in our face, we would flip the fuck out. We’d curl up in a ball and start whimpering.
Which is why this Jimmy John’s cashier’s reaction to a robbery is outstanding. Not only does he not flinch, he acts like it ain’t no big deal at all. Just coolly hands the guy his money.
This robbery took place at a Jimmy John’s in Kansas City, and while police there are looking for help tracking down the suspect, here’s thinking that cashier is just biding his time and plotting his own revenge.
Because that dude goes HARD.
David Covucci is the Layer 8 editor at the Daily Dot, covering the intersection of politics and the web. His work has appeared in Vice, the Huffington Post, Jezebel, Gothamist, and other publications. He is particularly interested in hearing any tips you have. Reach out at [email protected]