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01-08-11, 12:10 AM #21
A pimp. And I'd slap all you ho's.
"Stupid should hurt."
01-08-11, 02:45 AM #22
Always wanted to do what I do now, but also had aspirations of going to medical school since I was a kid. I was most interested in sports medicine and research. Ahhhh, shoulda taken the military route after all.The true measure of your character is what you choose to do when you think no one is looking.
01-08-11, 12:30 PM #23
Not a police officer. For public service I'd pick a fireman. But, I should have stayed career military. Maybe try all the branches. Most likely remain in the AF with a flying status assignment. Like the C-130 gunship or air refueling. Up and far away from people. Lots of perks world-wide when flying.As today's police officers you are not unlike your counterparts of years past. You are an elite group of select members, a brotherhood of highly trained professionals, who are called upon to protect your community in a time of need. Guardians for safety. Being a police officer is not for the faint of heart. You must be honest, trustworthy and fearless in the face of evil. You are being watched everyday. Represent yourself, your department and the shield, for it should always be the embodiment of all that is good and justly. You are the thin blue line. Be proud, be tough and be safe.
01-08-11, 12:35 PM #24
That's an easy one....rock star.
01-12-11, 07:29 PM #25
Army infantry. I went into the Army right out of high school and joined the infantry. I loved it!
But they discovered I had asthma (kinda hard to hide it when you have an asthma attack that lasts for 2 1/2 days) and I was discharged after basic. I actually graduated basic training, but the Col. at the VA told me that he did not want people with asthma in his army. I tried to re-enlist a couple of years later, but was told they would not take me. That or a fighter pilot in the USAF.
01-12-11, 10:23 PM #26
X-RAY tech. It was one of my choices when I joined the Army.Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you, Jesus Christ and the American G.I.
One died for your soul, the other for your freedom. ~ Anon
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RIP Scott L. Roth- Pfc 1st Platoon,401st MP Co, KIA 12/20/89- Operation Just Cause- Not forgotten.
01-13-11, 12:53 AM #27
Pretty women make us BUY beer. Ugly women make us DRINK beer. --Al Bundy
01-17-11, 12:53 AM #28
Engineer (specifically Aerospace)
03-04-11, 04:16 AM #29
Or maybe a mechanical engineer. I'm good at math and hands on stuff.
03-07-11, 09:13 PM #30RookieVerified LEO
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After nearly 40 years in uniform, combined Police/Military, and I have ZERO regrets. I have more fond memories then should be allowed. I never became rich but I think I have made a difference.
If I could do it all over again, I would still have gone into the Marine Corps as a young man as I grew up more there then any other time in life. However, I would have completed college much sooner then I did allowing me to work in the "Behavioral Analysis Unit with the FBI. The FBI has four different departments within the Behavioral Science Unit, would want to rotate to all four. I find the work amazing, at some points all most scarey! Again I don't bleieve I would become rich but could make a big difference in protecting our children.
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