Another police thread

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by weig17, Jun 25, 2012.


  1. #1 weig17, Jun 25, 2012
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  2. I agree with you 100% Tim. Some of them are dicks...but I support em.
     
  3. When businesses are regularly impeded in their course of commerce with bogus, knit picky, irrelevent attempts to shake them down for revenue in the name of saftey or compliance, I find it this highly annoying. When my fellow citizens are unconstitutionally harassed, humiliated, detained, beaten, smothered, imprisioned, tazed or shot to death, I'm annoyed.

    I'm glad that you live in a world that you can jump up and down and shout horay for everybody and disparage those who have suffer injustices at the hands of those that have sworn to protect us. Cops that function as public servants are awesome. Federal investegations are showing 4th ammendment violations in unacceptable numbers, right in your back yard. From the guy on the street, to the systemic maladies that come from bored bureaucrats inventing new ways of making themselves relevant to remain employed, to the true believers that oppress us for our own good.

    You may not care, but you cant say you don't know.
     
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  4. Jims08Z06

    Jims08Z06 Bat Crazed

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    There are like any profession Good, Not So Good; And down right Disgusting. But leaving out all the Good/Bad that's been done. When one picks up the phone and dials those Three Little Numbers. Most cannot hardly hold their bladder waiting for help to arrive...AJ
     
  5. There is always going to be GOOD, BAD, and INDIFFERENT people. But to support blindly any group because of the job/uniform they wear is plain ignorant. I will continue to judge case by case, not tossing an umbrella over any one group.
     
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  6. Cropduster

    Cropduster jimd2p aka Dweezlebutt

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    Did you notice how most of them on that page were in other countries? The fact that civil rights are violated on regular basis by the police should be enough to make you question them. look at how bad SPD has become, and you support them? Read the whole DOJ report and see if you still do.

    Faron says it best. There is good and bad in all walks of life, even those of us that ride. Do you support all riders, even if they like to ride up and down I5 doing wheelies and risking the lives of others?
     
  7. ^^^^

    I could't agree more, but I'd phrase it a bit different:

     
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  8. Are you sure that clip isn't from a Jackie Chan production? Too bad he wasn't trying to jump off a Foxconn building, the suicide nets would've just caught him and he'd have to go back to work in the morning for another 19.5 hour shift.
     
  9. A cop let me ride by on my scooter the other day when I was speeding, and pulled over the car behind me. I'm pretty happy about that.

    Thanks officers, who go easy on scooters! XD
     
  10. "Saving" a suicidal man?
     
  11. TwistedTimes

    TwistedTimes HondaKilla

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    another educational experience i ran across on the interwebbs....

    i'm not a "cop hater", i do despise the PIGs out on the force though, the are detracting from a rough and un-grateful job, i don't feel sorry for them at all, because most people are in the same boat, less jack-ov's and more actually beneficial cops is a welcome change from Southern Oregon....

    Watch and learn:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfdEbe7e9GE&feature=player_embedded
     
  12. Bluuu

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    If I need help protecting myself or my family, a cop is the last person I'd call.

    The only thing they are good for is taking a report after the fact.
     
  13. THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^:salute:
     
  14. TT I love that video! In tha feedback this guy gets alot of criticism, none of which is legally or practically valid in his situation. It seems like citizens who stand their legal ground are more shocking to the public than cops that violate our civil rights.
     

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