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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by DonGlock26, Oct 11, 2012.
From Keith and Don.
Heading to work in 10 minutes. Thanks for that .
Thanks. I go back to work tomorrow.
Same here. Not sure if inspiring or depressing...
Tell me about it. Only thing to look forward to for tomorrow is I have Saturday off. But Friday is my long day, 12 hours on the box and 8 hours on patrol.
It there really a question?
Want to know the difference?
Your first retirement check.
Remember, retirement is still a long way off for some of us.
Fifteen for me. Damn you!
Less than 3 for me. Well that's for EMS.
Umm, 24 for me.....
24 years 364 days till I retire. starting over sucks sometimes.
Always a good thing to keep in the back of one's mind. Never go home with more holes in you than what you came to work with.
And, four years, thirteen days until eligible to retire.
I wish we got that at the end of our roll calls. Today our glorious supervisors had this to say to close our beginging roll call, "Good Luck!" WTF is that supposed to mean?
Tell me about it... 19 years, 240 days until elligible, more likely to retire in about 29 years 240 days, give or take.
Good luck is an all around good feeling thing. Good luck in having a successful day catching speeders, and going home whole at the end of your shift could easily be what it means, or it could mean anything else germane to what you do for a living.
I guess it was the tone and the context around it. As of late, admin has been on a warpath of jamming up officers. Came across in more of a "good luck not ******* up tonight" tone. Hoping it was meant to be in an uplifting fashion, but it didn't seem that way.
11 years before they will let me go. I guess I can think positively. I have more time in than I have to go.
Some higher ups have been getting that way in our own agency. Fortunately most of our direct line supervisors are not going that way.
Hey it's way better than the "Well guys, hopefully I'll see all of you tomorrow." line.