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Unprofessional cop with open carry activist

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by frizz, Oct 7, 2012.


  1. frizz

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    I don't know either way, and I never said I did. Why do you say that I claimed to know?
     

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  2. Mayhem like Me

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  3. frizz

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    No such right. If you turn on the news, you will see massive FT.
     
  4. Kingarthurhk

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    Well, if we aren't getting it from the public, we're getting it at work. When were trying to chill on a forum, we get it here too. Hey, not to mention sometimes we get it at home too. The wife doesn't really want to know how your day went, that's small talk. It gets to the point where you start to like your dog better than people.
     
  5. Hack

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    True. All too true. I like the cats we have in the house. Eventually maybe we will have a nice dog again, as well. I want a good dog.
     
  6. Kingarthurhk

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    The cat ran away, thankfully. It suffered from pica. It would hide in the closet, eat something that wasn't food, and leave some cold barf to stumble into when I would hovel in tired and just want to sleep. The German shepherds were cool, until one had to be put down because of cancer. The other younger one has been acting out a lot because they were companions. She is getting ironed out more with age.

    Dogs are great. They love you unconditionally. You may have to have a who is the Alpha Dog meeting with it, and then 20 minutes later it snouting out and asking to be petted.
     
  7. Hack

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    We'll probably get a shelter pet that was tested with cats at the shelter. The cats here will probably attempt to put the dog into less than alpha category.:rofl:
     
  8. Kingarthurhk

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    No doubt. The older shepherd and the cat were cool with each other. The younger one wanted to corner it and bark at it, but wasn't sure what to do with it otherwise.

    I think the funniest dog/cat interaction I have seen is my folks had a chihuahua/terrier mix and a maine coon cat. The coon cat would go tooling through the house and the little dog would get underneath it, so the cat's legs were barely making contact with the ground. It was a funny thing to watch.:supergrin:
     
  9. Hack

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    That would be funny to watch.:)
     
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    True. All of it. It's birds for me. Never cared about them one bit until I got into le. After a day of being cursed at, run from, accused of various BS, lied to, and sometimes fought I sometimes prefer not to deal with people for a bit. I can watch birds and it is just peaceful. The only other time I get that is on the range.
     
  11. frizz

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    Dogs are the best people.
     
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    Whether I'm a cop or not, I understand that a lot of fat, sloppy turds look like fat, sloppy turds in class A's, permanent press polyester or poly cotton BDUs and a polo. Officer presence is about being present, a hollow uniform is a hollow uniform. I know plenty of guys whose uniforms would hit you like viagra, but who cannot get drunk spouses to stop yelling right in front of them. If you want your department to look like the military youth camp then go for it, but in the real world, it doesn't matter. I could bury you in RODs whose uniform could pass military level inspection.
     
  13. jbglock

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    I guess I'm old fashioned. If I could I'd wear a tie year round. At the same time I agree that officer presence is a lot more than just a uniform. I need not give examples because everyone here works with both extremes in that.
     
  14. Kingarthurhk

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    Well, officer presence goes beyond uniform maitenance if you are still in uniform. It also helps not to be a food blister.
     
  15. Kingarthurhk

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    Fish tanks are nice that way too. But, there is nothing like putting rounds down range on paper when you're really pissed off.
     
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    Your attempt at a "TBO" style sarcastic headline was an epic fail, as the youths say. You then followed it up with this:

    No /sarc tag or :upeyes: smilie to indicate that your text should not be interpreted simply as it read. Then you disappear for three pages.

    Now you're back and, oh my gosh, it's all a big misunderstanding. :upeyes: (See how that works?)

    I stand by my original judgement and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one.
     
  17. Bren

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    So...you weren't aware that everybody has rights, not just videotaping OC activist retards?
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  18. Hack

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    *raises eyebrow* *Goes to make popcorn*
     
  19. jeepinbandit

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    I think what he's getting at is what rights of others did these guys violate? It's not illegal to be a ******r..............but I'm sure a politician somewhere can fix that.
     
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  20. frizz

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    Are you really still hung up on me "disappearing" for three pages? RussP explained to YOU SPECIFICALLY that I wasn't here during that time. (See post #34.)

    Nothing I say is going to make a difference to you because you have made up your mind that I am a troll. So what was your point in posting this? You have nothing new to say, but you do confirm that regardless of what I post, it is still "textbook trolling", as you said.

    Well, that's just textbook jackassing.