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    Post Been In Police Work Too Long?

    Top Ten Reasons Why You Know You Have Been In Police Work To Long:


    1. You are arresting the sons of the sons of your former arrestees.
    2. You think the Captain and commander are bed wetting liberals.
    3. You can identify who's a Greyhound Bus passenger by his tooth and tattoo count.
    4. You know that "two beers" will be at least a 0.20 BAC.
    5. You believe that a permit should be required to be a parent (and you should be giving out the permits).
    6. You believe that caffeine is a food group.
    7. You take it as a compliment when someone calls you a dick.
    8. You believe that suicide isn't always the wrong choice.
    9. You believe that it is a "good" death only if it involves overtime.
    10. You have co-workers that pay more in child support and alimony every month than you make in a year.
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    How true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PapaBear View Post
    Top Ten Reasons Why You Know You Have Been In Police Work3. You can identify who's a Greyhound Bus passenger by his tooth and tattoo count.
    I ride Greyhound buses all the time and I have all my teeth and no tattoos.

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    LOL
    dlefdal said:
    Ummmm, what if I don't like thumbs in my butt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    I ride Greyhound buses all the time and I have all my teeth and no tattoos.
    You must be the exception to the rule, Jenna.


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    Papa Bear: did we go to different schools together?

    Very good points - reminded me of a few:

    #1. Father to son, yeah, just add alcohol or dope. The DOB always reminds me of how many years I was on the job in that year. The hereditary crimainal class is an example of your welfare dollars at work. Criminals are an in-bred sub-species with a very small gene pool. Matriarchal centered breeding groups, with tax-payer subsidized breeding pens, with taxpayer supported females of breeding age with multiple males not presently incarcerated.

    #2. You were the FTO for the present Capt or Commdr. They didn't do well then, but had more common sense than today...

    #3. add long sleeves on a hot day, and "jail-house tan"

    #4. As for "two-beers"? I always asked after hearing that "did you drink 2 beers right out of the pitcher?" Several answered "yeah, 2 pitchers".

    #5. yep. see #1

    #6. add chocolate and fench fries with tarter sauce

    #7. being called names - I considered the street turds more sincere than the brass. At least the street turd would look you in the eye, and skip the Bill Clinton "handshake".

    #8. suicides by child molesters, rapists, etc. were considered a successful effort towards "sincere and complete rehabilitation".

    #9. overtime yes, Career felons can die a good death... as soon as possible and thus remanded to a "higher court"..

    #10. before or after the payments for the boat, bike, or new wheels..?

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    Good thread, LMAO.
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