– You don’t like cops,
you keep bringing it up I would say maybe assaulting a cop. – That was. – That’s what I’m gonna go with. I’m gonna go with assaulting a cop. (laughing) I’m sorry. Why do I have to be the bad guy? (ominous music) My name is Parker Rojas. I’m a bouncer, and I’m
a full-time student. No. Okay. (laughing) I have a juvie record. I have a unique juvie record. (laughing) – Excuse me. (laughing) – Closer, closer?
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. – You smell really pretty. – You smell pretty. – Well you know, I try once in a while. – He smells fine. – Do I give a list of what I think? Like DUI, stole candy as a kid. The kind of individual that always wants to play the banker in Monopoly, you’re that kind of shady, aren’t you? (laughing) (laughing) – See, everybody wants to be the banker. Everybody. – But that’s only ’cause I’m fair. I wanna be fair with the money and I don’t think everyone around
me is fair with the money. So, I’m gonna be fair with the money. – Did you go to church as a child? – Uh, when my grandpa asked me to. (laughing) – Did you steal from the collection plate? – I did not, but I
always put one penny in. – One penny, there you go.
– Yes. – No criminal record. No criminal record. – Alright. Sup man. – What’s up, Kevin.
– Kevin. Where did you grow up? – Uhhh, I was born in Southern California. – Did you play any sports? – Played basketball,
then played basketball at Bellevue College, and
played basketball in WSU. – I’m going to say that his crime is DUI. Yes. – Just right as I said Coogs, huh? – Yeah.
– Yeah. (Laughing) – Yup, as soon it. Alright.
– All right Parker thanks. – Hello.
– Hi. – Makuna. – Parker, pleasure. What kind of stuff do
you like to do for fun? – For fun, um I’m very in to– – No I’m just. (laughing) I’m just kind of looking– – Have some gauges here. – Tattoos, anything strange. – I have tattoos, I’m not showing them. – Okay, I would say no crime. – Just like that? – Just like that. – Oh what up. – BJ Parker.
– PJ, PJ. – PJ?
– PJ. – Okay. Where you from? – San Pedro. – Oh sweet Long Beach man. When’d you move up here? – I’ve been here off
and on, been coming here since like 2000. – I would say, if I had
to guess, I would say boosting cars. – Not bad. – Maybe some home invasion. (laughing) You know, you know. – Well dang. – So those would be my
two things I would guess. How’s it goin. – I’m Will. – Will, Parker. – Nice to meet you man. – Okay sweet. Do you ride a bicycle? – Um, do I, I ride a mountain
bike in the summertime, yeah. – You just look like the
kind of guy that would get in trouble for like drinking
at the bar and then riding your bicycle, or like falling
asleep in your vehicle, and getting caught that way
which is a crappy way to go, but he just doesn’t look
like the kind of guy that would like go kick down a
door or try to steal a car. He looks like more something innocentish. I’m gonna say falling
asleep in your car, I’m gonna stick with that, I
am gonna stick with that. – Okay, okay. And that’s a criminal charge? – And that’s a criminal charge,
it is, you get a DUI, yeah. – Oh really? – Yeah as long as the
keys are in the vehicle, and you pass out, it can actually
be a charge and it sucks. – Wow. – Sup man, you a cop man, you 5-0? (laughing) – No, no, naw. Where are you from? – Upstate New York. – Upstate, okay. Well how long have you been here. – This time, four months. – This time, okay. How old are you? – 35. – Okay, I’d seen it’s been
at least like eight years since your last crime. – Damn you’re good, dang. Sure you ain’t a cop man? (laughing) – I think he’s just
doing that, I think he’s just giving me, just
pumping me up a little bit. Pumping me up. You don’t like cops,
you keep bringing it up, I would say maybe assaulting a cop. – Ouch. – That’s what I’m gonna
go with, I’m gonna go with assaulting a cop. I’m sorry. (laughing) I can’t, why do I have to be the bad guy? Why do I have to be the bad guy? – Hello. – Hi, Parker. – I’m Sarah, nice to meet you. – Did you go to school, college-wise? – Well, cosmetology. – Cosmetology, okay. Cosmetology, you guys like to party a lot. – I did my share. – A little bit. I’m gonna say no, I’m
gonna say no, no crime. – Okay. Alright.
– No crime. – How’s it goin? – What’s up man. Did you play any sports? – No I tried one time but
they like sort of singled me out for drugs and I’ve
never really been good with team sports. – Geez man, I would say
based on that information, you lived an interesting life. I don’t think he has done
a crime, but I think his own experiences have led
him to really make sure he changed around for the good. That’s the good heart in me. – Alright, I’ll take it. – Alright. See how wrong I am I guess now. – Awww. I like that percentage though. That’s a good percentage. – Hi. – Hi, again. I guessed why she– No, I just picked a set of
questions that I feel would probably lead an individual
to or not to, or take them away from the situation
based on the fact that I had a personal record, juvie record. – We not the same. – No, we not the same. – You were right on man, the DUI thing. And you have an unfair bouncer advantage. (laughing) – Yeah, yeah. – Very much similar to
a cop cause you have to deduce a lot of stuff with
drunk people in a very quick, quick period of time,
I know that from personal experience myself, but yeah. Six DUI’s, lots of assaults. Mixed martial artist for
years so I’d drink tequila and go to a bar and get in a fight. – That guy. – Yeah that guy, exactly,
you know lots of those guys. (laughing) – I do, I do know those guys. – You guessed pretty quickly. Do I just look innocent or something? – It’s your demeanor, yeah. I would say demeanor like
based on my experiences from like growing up and the
obviously in my job, I could tell the kind of individuals
are pretty set in their morals and good compass, which way how
far it sways, or has swayed. Alright, alright. – Driving, just driving, driving, driving. – Driving, okay. – That’s it. – Like speeding tickets kind of driving? Or did I guess right on the boosting cars. – Speeding, one DUI, but
that was a long time ago. – Okay, okay, sweet. Take that one. Oh man. – No. – Oh this is the one I want to know. – See if you got it right. He guessed that I have a
criminal record, that I may like have passed out in my car. (laughing) – Passed out and got a DUI that way. – So I’ll tell you I am Irish, but no DUI, nothing with alcohol. Do you want to guess? – No I’m gonna stick with it. – One count of federal
tax evasion, I did 16 months in federal prison. – Okay, smart man. – Maybe not so smart. Yeah, maybe not so smart. – You’ve got an incredible gift man. You’re gifted. I possessed stolen property. – Okay. – And you said eight
years, it’s like 10, so. – 10, okay. – You have an incredible gift. – So you guessed me wrong. – Oh I know, so now I’m
curious, I’m super curious. – I have a felony. It’s for aiding and
abetting a felon in the unlawful possession of a firearm. I didn’t know he couldn’t
be around my firearms, and he fired off my rifle in my apartment. – Perfectly normal, perfectly healthy. – Nobody was hurt, I know, right, exactly. Just you know, day to day, regular stuff. Yeah live and learn. – Sweet, okay. Well thank you. – You’re welcome. – Hi. You’re the only one to get me right today. Everybody else guessed
that I had a record. – Okay. – So congratulations. – Yeah, sweet. – It’s nice to know that
not everybody automatically assumes that you’re a bad
person, and I get that a lot, like they think you’re scary
you know what I’m saying. – No I totally understand
cause like, people always project that oh I’m just a
bouncer, I could not possibly have anything else going on in my life. – Alright, we good. – Yeah sweet. (clapping)