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(WSBTV)   Police chief asked to serve himself his own eviction notice. So he does what any reasonable person would do: claims that he cannot locate himself at his address   (wsbtv.com) divider line 13
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2012-08-01 01:17:20 PM
5 votes:
Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.
2012-08-01 01:35:40 PM
4 votes:

danielscissorhands: schattenteufel: rdyb: Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.

And if he tried to call himself, it would always ring busy.

Well not if he had voicemail.Then he could leave a message for himself! But I'm guessing he would never get a call back.


LOL yeah, I'm feeling the paradox here. I mean, what if his duties involved arresting himself, while following procedure? He could handcuff himself and lock himself in the back of his car, but would be unable to drive himself to the station. But no, it wouldn't get that far. If he drew his gun to effect an arrest of himself, then the "suspect" had a gun and wouldn't comply with instructions put it down, therefore he'd have to use deadly force and shoot himself.
2012-08-01 01:15:17 PM
4 votes:
Dave's not here.
2012-08-01 02:37:41 PM
2 votes:
His brilliant plan was foiled when he planted evidence on himself.
2012-08-01 02:06:31 PM
2 votes:

Oznog: danielscissorhands: schattenteufel: rdyb: Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.

And if he tried to call himself, it would always ring busy.

Well not if he had voicemail.Then he could leave a message for himself! But I'm guessing he would never get a call back.

LOL yeah, I'm feeling the paradox here. I mean, what if his duties involved arresting himself, while following procedure? He could handcuff himself and lock himself in the back of his car, but would be unable to drive himself to the station. But no, it wouldn't get that far. If he drew his gun to effect an arrest of himself, then the "suspect" had a gun and wouldn't comply with instructions put it down, therefore he'd have to use deadly force and shoot himself.


"Hello, 911? Yes, there's a man outside dressed as a police officer who has been tazing himself for the last hour and a half."
2012-08-01 04:03:35 PM
1 votes:
He should have called out the SWAT team to kick the door in shoot the dog and trash the place to find clues of his location.
2012-08-01 02:10:36 PM
1 votes:
Also, when he went home that night could be charged with entereing a suspect's residence without a warrant?
2012-08-01 01:52:06 PM
1 votes:
To Protect and Self-Serve!
2012-08-01 01:45:45 PM
1 votes:

schattenteufel: rdyb: Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.

And if he tried to call himself, it would always ring busy.


If he had call waiting, it might not ring busy, but if he answered the incoming call he wouldn't be able to find out who was calling.
2012-08-01 01:40:11 PM
1 votes:

Oznog: danielscissorhands: schattenteufel: rdyb: Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.

And if he tried to call himself, it would always ring busy.

Well not if he had voicemail.Then he could leave a message for himself! But I'm guessing he would never get a call back.

LOL yeah, I'm feeling the paradox here. I mean, what if his duties involved arresting himself, while following procedure? He could handcuff himself and lock himself in the back of his car, but would be unable to drive himself to the station. But no, it wouldn't get that far. If he drew his gun to effect an arrest of himself, then the "suspect" had a gun and wouldn't comply with instructions put it down, therefore he'd have to use deadly force and shoot himself.


bios.weddingbee.com
2012-08-01 01:39:33 PM
1 votes:

rdyb: Well, to his credit, it's not like he's going to be inside to answer the door when he's standing outside knocking on it.


This is dangerously close to dividing by zero. Please be more careful!
2012-08-01 01:25:33 PM
1 votes:
When did the Romneybot receive police powers?
2012-08-01 01:22:45 PM
1 votes:

cretinbob: [amayberrystateofmind.com image 335x350]



amayberrystateofmind.com
Now wait a cotton-picking minute!
The Sheriff has sent me to his house
seven times to see if he was there
and he never was.

Who the Hell is that man his wife is
sleeping with, then?
 
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