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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by YtownGlock, Feb 2, 2012.
600 hours? Come one man...
I work with and attend a school with a very diverse group of people. I don't have a problem with them at all. And I have friends that are of different skin colors than I am. I dont think anything less of them. However, like I said, there are some people, the white race included, that can't behave like human beings and cant act civilized, those are the people I have problems with.
Thanks for the story....anything could of happened...But...all parties were cool.....Think before you draw your weapon....Be aware... stay alert....but try and relax a bit and "analyze things" more carefully in the future...glad all went well for all.
I'm glad you shared that story. It makes me feel like a genius
twenty five full days of training classes in less than a year? wish I had that much free time.... and gun only comes out if you have every intention of it going bang. there is no "just in case".
Could have gone ugly indeed
600 hours in 1 year? I gotta call BS on that. There is 8765.8 hours in a year. You spent like twenty five, 24 hour days in training.
anyone have a picture of some xanax? Chill bro
haha, actually, it was spread out over oh... 15+ weeks or so.
And you're right, it shouldn't come out unless I intend to make it go bang. Since this happened, I have actually encountered a situation somewhat similar, and reacted way differently than I did before. Gun never came out, never even made a move for it nor did my hand go anywhere near it.
Thanks, I actually have that sitting on my desk in front of me and a 2011 copy of the ORC criminal law handbook.
well, the ohio peace officer training academy is 582 hours and I have friends that attended it and it took them four months.
Im with this guy.
That day I would be right there with you, but I made sure from that day on that it won't be true
I am truly glad it did not turn out poorly....and that you are now better educated and have a better mindset...
Never stop learning
The fact you see visible signs that your neighborhood is changing, not for the better is just reinforcing that you should have left years ago.
You have a whole elements of the younger generation that were sprung from the loins of single teen mothers. They prefer to run the streets. You need to move to a location which lacks attractiveness to hoodlums.
I couldn't agree with you more, our only problem is that you are right, we should have left years ago, before the economy turned out the way it did. Even in some of the better neighborhoods its hard to sell houses. Even if we made this house look the best on the block, finding a buyer would be extremely difficult.