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N, not really. :rofl: Can you believe this nonsense?

LanceOregon;11821401 said:
No, I am only interested in complaining about wprebeck.

If any other law enforcement officers here know his real name and the department that he works for, please PM me here with that information.

All I want to do is to forward his posts here to his superiors, so that they can review them. It would be up to them to determine if this is the appropriate way for an officer to be speaking on this subject in public.

If he has not done anything wrong, then he would have nothing at all to be concerned about.
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Like I said in the thread...

If I'm lucky, I'll get a a 3 day hit, run it with my off days, get paid for it thru the FOP legal defense fund salary reimbursment option, and have 5 days off. in the middle of hunting season, no less.


Just hope they hurry with it, because muzzleloader for deer opens this Saturday for a week. Perfect timing!!! :rofl:
 

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I'm surprised the thread lasted as long as it did.My uncle was diabetic. One night my aunt got a call from RPD that my uncle was walking in the median of the main street here in Richmond's downtown. He was wearing a medical alert bracelet, but it was caught up under his long sleeve shirt. He passed out into the arms of one of the officers. The officers didn't see the alert until EMS came and unbuttoned his sleeve.

They pulled his wallet and saw the emergency contact number and called. It only took my aunt about 15 minutes to get to the scene. EMS was still working on him. When they gave him sugar, he came around and was lucid, so my aunt asked if she could take him home.

The officers said yes and one offered to follow them home in case there was a problem. My aunt welcomed the help.

Yeah, all cops assume the worse and hope something is really wrong so they can get an arrest. If not, screw it... WRONG!!

This happened over 25 years ago when night sticks and strong arm tactics ruled and less was known about diabetic behavior. Good thing the JBTs responding to my uncle had already met their abuse quota for that month...:upeyes:

Someone needs to ask shark-mouth what cops did to him that warps his opinion...
 

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The thread is a perfect example of how people simply do not use critical thinking, they base their opinions on "after the fact knowledge". If they bothered to check they would find the symptoms of diabetic shock identical to that of someone highly intoxicated.

Also they cannot seem to fathom why the police would use force ont he guy when he did not comply, they are oblivious to the fact that it is nighttime, the vehicle he is in is setting crossway in the middle of the road presenting a traffic hazard and risk fo bodily injury or death to the suspect, the officers and anyone who might be coming along not paying attention or drunk slamming inot the officers vehicle and or the truck at 50+ miles and hour.

Then you have the fact that the suspect could have simply decided to take off presenting a hazard to any motorist in his path.

And these same folks wonder why the cops think they are stupid.
 

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Dragoon44;11822716 said:
The thread is a perfect example of how people simply do not use critical thinking, they base their opinions on "after the fact knowledge". If they bothered to check they would find the symptoms of diabetic shock identical to that of someone highly intoxicated.

Also they cannot seem to fathom why the police would use force ont he guy when he did not comply, they are oblivious to the fact that it is nighttime, the vehicle he is in is setting crossway in the middle of the road presenting a traffic hazard and risk fo bodily injury or death to the suspect, the officers and anyone who might be coming along not paying attention or drunk slamming inot the officers vehicle and or the truck at 50+ miles and hour.

Then you have the fact that the suspect could have simply decided to take off presenting a hazard to any motorist in his path.

And these same folks wonder why the cops think they are stupid.
Not only do many use "after the fact knowledge", they use emotions in their decision making process. No logic. Sort of reminds me of certain libertards, er...socialists, er...democraps...er having trouble coming up with a PC name for them.:whistling:
 

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Personally I hold liberal and libertarians in equal contempt.

Neither one has enough sense to pour piss out of a boot even if the instructions were on the heel.
 

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Dragoon44;11822716 said:
The thread is a perfect example of how people simply do not use critical thinking, they base their opinions on "after the fact knowledge". If they bothered to check they would find the symptoms of diabetic shock identical to that of someone highly intoxicated.

Also they cannot seem to fathom why the police would use force ont he guy when he did not comply, they are oblivious to the fact that it is nighttime, the vehicle he is in is setting crossway in the middle of the road presenting a traffic hazard and risk fo bodily injury or death to the suspect, the officers and anyone who might be coming along not paying attention or drunk slamming inot the officers vehicle and or the truck at 50+ miles and hour.

Then you have the fact that the suspect could have simply decided to take off presenting a hazard to any motorist in his path.


And these same folks wonder why the cops think know they are stupid.
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TheeBadOne;11825364 said:
See now you're just being insensitive. I'm going to find out where you work, have you fired for voicing your opinion, and hopefully get you sent to prison where you will be ass-****ed by a giant gorilla.

just testing the language filter again
 

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All fine and dandy, just don't make me read one single post more of Lance's inane babble... :rofl:
 

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wprebeck;11821993 said:
Like I said in the thread...

If I'm lucky, I'll get a a 3 day hit, run it with my off days, get paid for it thru the FOP legal defense fund salary reimbursment option, and have 5 days off. in the middle of hunting season, no less.


Just hope they hurry with it, because muzzleloader for deer opens this Saturday for a week. Perfect timing!!! :rofl:
What got under this dudes (LanceOregon) girdle?
 

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TLHelmer;11827028 said:
What got under this dudes (LanceOregon) girdle?
A severe case of aggravated misdemeanor stupidity?
 

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obxemt;11827304 said:
A severe case of aggravated misdemeanor stupidity?
You need to read up on your codes. It is first Felony Internet Bravado, the Stupidity charge might lead to a temporary insanity plea... :upeyes:











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I miss the good old days when people used to be embarrassed about being stupid, now days they can't wait to get on the Internet and prove it to everyone.
 

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The current view of "stupid is okay" can be traced to schools where it okay to be ignorant, behave poorly, and constantly do stupid things and still advance to the next grade, even graduate. Add in the anonymity, the cloak of the internet and VOILA, a genius is born.

I ain't that smart, so my momma and daddy taught me by example to ask questions until I understood. Then daddy added, "Respect everyone until they prove through what they say or what they do that they do not deserve your respect."

Oh, well...


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RussP;11828374 said:
You need to read up on your codes. It is first Felony Internet Bravado, the Stupidity charge might lead to a temporary insanity plea...
As do you...since aggravated misdemeanor stupidity is a lesser included offense. :tongueout:
 

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Scripture has them pegged.

Pro 18:2 A fool does not delight in understanding, But only in revealing his own mind.
 

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obxemt;11829028 said:
As do you...since aggravated misdemeanor stupidity is a lesser included offense. :tongueout:
"Included", damn that word...That almost bit me once in a civil suit. I should remember that. I use to hate, "notwithstanding." Then a Circuit Court judge used it in my favor to overturn a $69,000,000 jury verdict. I started liking that word. The Appellate Court upheld the judge!!!

Y'all should come up with a JBT Code setting out offenses committed on GT. Then instead of calling someone stupid, say, "Guilty of violating Sect 234.69 (or some sorta number) of the JBTC."

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