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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by CAcop, Oct 29, 2020.
I knew I liked you for a reason...
That makes me feel really good. Honestly. I feel like Im hated here.
I get that feeling.
I just got home this evening after 3hrs of self imposed “Highway therapy”.
Yea, she’s much prettier than a 6.5
Not a bad looking girl at all IMO.
But very poor judgement and lack of professionalism on the trooper’s part.
Awww give the poor guy a break, he was probably doing “undercover” work with her.
Never a good idea to get your Bread, and Meat in same place. Poor guy is now doing his duty daily in some obscure place near the Canadian Board with NY State. Wonder if is career with NY State Police has hit his personal glass ceiling.
Maybe they like each other? How ‘bout that? Leave ‘em alone and let ‘em be happy. Damn.
Except for getting some on the regular, how bad off is he? Nice, slow station, out in the country, away from the brass and not having to keep up with the governor’s schedule. Hide out there until retirement and let the ladder climbers be Cuomo’s valet. The trooper taking in the scenery and having coffee with farmers and hunters gets paid the same as the guy busting his butt.
Upside is the man never has to buy a beer again...
I'd love to be a fly on the wall at Thanksgiving dinner
"My other ride is Fredo's niece".
Ever consider the professional ethics and nepotism of what is transpiring? If a State employee wants to play house with a State elected official, there should be zero professional overlap. The taxpayers end up paying out the tax dollars for this sort of hanky-panky when the lawsuits hit.
They aren't two average people.
Who’s playing house? What nepotism and what overlap? Any proof of either actually taking place? This is a young cop dating a young lady who is in no way, shape, or form in his chain of command. Or because Cuomo is her dad is she not allowed to date anyone who works for the state of New York? There may have been a policy issue with him being on the detail, but he’s no longer on the detail, so that’s fixed. A couple young people getting together, it ain’t that big a deal.
Just like Hilary, you or your family are not to fraternize with the hired help. They are simply...servants.
I can hear the daughter speaking in a little girl voice asking daddy,"you REALLY don't want to defund my boyfriend's career...do ya, Papa?"
The saying is true...
You can lead an --- to facts, but you can't make them think!
nice tongue. Strong neck.
maybe I’ve had one too many. Or maybe one too few. I bet she’s a lot of fun. Especially if she hates her dad.