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2012-10-31 02:32:51 PM  
I wonder if she hadn't texted back, her lawyer could have cleared her on "the charges were trumped up to blackmail her into a date."

But she's the kind of girl who drinks and drives, so thinking strategically isn't her strong suit anyway.
 
2012-10-31 02:41:21 PM  
And if he had said it out loud he would not have egg on his face. next time just offer to drive her home, that way she can get smashed and not get another ticket.
 
2012-10-31 02:41:27 PM  
i76.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-31 02:44:58 PM  
If you buy me a beer... isn't that how this all got started in the first place?
 
2012-10-31 04:41:05 PM  
I would dose his beer
 
2012-10-31 04:47:35 PM  
"will be dealt with internally"

So cops get that cushy union that lets them do whatever the fark they want anywhere, eh?

It's time to get rid of all police unions.
 
2012-10-31 04:49:10 PM  
All GIS searches for this supposed vision of loveliness Vigger have proved fruitless. :(
 
2012-10-31 04:52:34 PM  

Freudian_slipknot: I wonder if she hadn't texted back, her lawyer could have cleared her on "the charges were trumped up to blackmail her into a date."

But she's the kind of girl who drinks and drives, so thinking strategically isn't her strong suit anyway.


So who got farked?
 
2012-10-31 04:57:54 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: It's time to get rid of all police unions.


FTFY
 
2012-10-31 04:59:54 PM  
Why did I know before RTFA that the cop in question was male?
 
2012-10-31 05:02:21 PM  
Oh, but penises are just so darling. Don't they say the silliest things?
 
2012-10-31 05:03:31 PM  
Dumbass. cops do forget things in court for civil things like this. I know plenty of people who have gotten out of such things because of who they know. Never mind how they know who they know.
Chick shoulda said forget the lawyer. You'll spend thousands + court fees + insurance + fines. Just flirt with him, loose some self respect and give him a HJ in the bathroom. If you don't the cop will say it's a "joke" as he did, so nothing will happen to him and you'll end up guilty as you did. Moran.
 
2012-10-31 05:03:55 PM  
she was guilty, cop is retarded. apply the appropriate penalty to her, fire the cop for cause and with the appropriate detail to keep him from any future public-trust type positions. simple enough. done, everything with a nice neat little bow, cause she admitted she was drunk and he basically admitted he isn't responsible enough to be a cop.


oh... yeah, police unions. yeah. this is why we cant have nice things.
 
2012-10-31 05:04:13 PM  
Vigger-whut?
 
2012-10-31 05:05:08 PM  

Lehk: ThatDarkFellow: It's time to get rid of all police.

FTFY


I really never have understood this sentiment. Get rid of bad cops? Sure. Replace them with responsible ones? Sure. Reorganize the system to be more fair? Sure. Get rid of the police force in its entirety? Bad idea. Without a team of armed men with the authority to use force, what's to stop me from taking your shiny thing because I want it? And as bad ass as you might think you are, I promise there is someone more bad ass than you. And don't think for a second that people would live in peace an harmony with each other. At no point in the existence of humankind, much of which did not include a police force, did people live peacefully with their neighbors. "Might makes right" has been the motto of humankind for most of its existence.
 
2012-10-31 05:08:56 PM  
Kinda cute

sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net

sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net

And boobie-licious
 
2012-10-31 05:11:39 PM  

Apos: All GIS searches for this supposed vision of loveliness Vigger have proved fruitless. :(


here ya go
 
2012-10-31 05:12:20 PM  
OK, he texted her.......how'd he get her cell number?
 
2012-10-31 05:12:44 PM  

blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious


She appears to have a kid. Good to know shes setting an example.
 
2012-10-31 05:13:01 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: "will be dealt with internally"
So cops get that cushy union that lets them do whatever the fark they want anywhere, eh?
It's time to get rid of all police unions.


Has more to do with the canadian governments stating "we have zero control over the police, so we let them internally deal with criminal actions of their officers". That Crown Prosecutor is just for the commoners to be buggered by. Minister responsible for the police is not responsible for the police actions.

/Oh looky here.... Government puffing out their chest as they advertise some actions that the government told the police to do fer safety... 
//government money laundering to a safety fund that gives extra money to the police in order to fulfill actions not ever never ever advertised by the government for safety.  Doh! 

////You try to do your daily duties in a legal way while not having to deal with 'orders from the top'.
 
2012-10-31 05:13:08 PM  

blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious


But she has a deformed and tattooed penis.
 
2012-10-31 05:14:00 PM  

hodge-podge: blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious

She appears to have a kid. Good to know shes setting an example.


Yeah, I saw that. But I hear babbys just appear out of nowhere when getting black out drunk.
 
2012-10-31 05:22:36 PM  

blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious


cute girl with an alcohol problem, sign me up
 
2012-10-31 05:27:32 PM  
sphotos-a.ak.fbcdn.net

"sure, I'll buy you a beer officer"
 
2012-10-31 05:29:07 PM  

Captain Pissgums: OK, he texted her.......how'd he get her cell number?


This.
 
2012-10-31 05:36:06 PM  

pedobearapproved: [sphotos-a.ak.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

"sure, I'll buy you a beer officer"


Have you been drinking maam?

Um, well, one or two eariler in the night... with dinner.
 
2012-10-31 05:38:13 PM  

bugmn99: Captain Pissgums: OK, he texted her.......how'd he get her cell number?

This.


S.C.M.O.D.S
- State
- County
- Municipal
- Offender
- Data
- System

/obscure?
 
2012-10-31 05:39:36 PM  
Hey! You in the hat! Put your shirt back on!

You other two... disrobe.

img715.imageshack.us

Almost every picture has her with a drink in her hand. Plus, after the DWI, she was in a bar when the cop texted her... Sounds like my kind of gal!
 
2012-10-31 05:43:56 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: "will be dealt with internally"

So cops get that cushy union that lets them do whatever the fark they want anywhere, eh?

It's time to get rid of all police unions.


I'm not sure what you mean. Where else would it be dealt with if the union did not exist? Where does any employer, including municipal governments, deal with poor judgement or performance by an employee? Internally, where they have a review and determine an appropriate punishment based on the egregiousness of the offense and past discipline of other employees with similar violations. Why should any one other than the department head (Chief of Police, in this case) be dealing with misbehavior by his employees?
 
2012-10-31 05:50:24 PM  
Aww, damn that is nice. You know that cop was just trying to get some lipstick on his dipstick.
 
2012-10-31 06:08:26 PM  

lizyrd: ThatDarkFellow: "will be dealt with internally"

So cops get that cushy union that lets them do whatever the fark they want anywhere, eh?

It's time to get rid of all police unions.

I'm not sure what you mean. Where else would it be dealt with if the union did not exist? Where does any employer, including municipal governments, deal with poor judgement or performance by an employee? Internally, where they have a review and determine an appropriate punishment based on the egregiousness of the offense and past discipline of other employees with similar violations. Why should any one other than the department head (Chief of Police, in this case) be dealing with misbehavior by his employees?


You mean the Chief of Police who gets canned if there are too many instances of misbehavior by his employees? Is that the one you're talking about?
 
2012-10-31 06:15:23 PM  
sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net

(A) She is having babby, that got a tattoo in utero or
(B) she has grown a foot out of her ass or
(C) someone is trapped in her ass? 

/perspective does make it look like a very small foot
 
2012-10-31 06:19:39 PM  
The most wonderful thing about Viggers is...
 
2012-10-31 07:08:43 PM  

blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious


That's what Boobie-Licious looks like these days?

/that's, what, a large B? C?
 
2012-10-31 07:20:26 PM  

lilDave22: Get rid of bad cops? Sure. Replace them with responsible ones? Sure. Reorganize the system to be more fair? Sure. Get rid of the police force in its entirety? Bad idea.


Logically, everything can be divided into categories 'A' and 'Not A'. For example, if 'A' is 'trees', then an automobile is Not A. An Oak IS A. A computer monitor is Not A. So is a quark or other subatomic particles. But Elms and Aspens ARE A. And so on.

Thus, cops can be divided into 'Cops who commit crimes' and 'cops who DON'T commit crimes'.
Well, we obviously don't want criminal cops, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops can be divided into categories 'those who knew about the criminal cops' and 'those who didn't'.
Well, I seriously doubt we want cops so naive/stupid that they can't even see the corruption in their midst, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops (who didn't commit crimes themselves, but did know about the criminal cops) can be divided into two categories: Those that did something about the criminal cops, and those that didn't do anything.
We don't want cops who see crimes committed and do nothing, so those are gone.

What's left? Cops who don't commit crimes themselves, but do know that other cops commit crimes, and who do something about those criminal cops.
He's known as Serpico. And he was set up by his fellow Brothers In Blue, sent into a drug bust with no backup, and left to die when he got shot. THAT's how the other cops handle an honest cop.

The point being, it's perfectly fair to say 'why scrap the whole system?- just get rid of the bad cops', except for the fact that (virtually) ALL the cops are bad cops. They either commit crimes themselves, or do nothing about those that do. (or they are so dumb we don't want them as cops anyway.)  The few really honest (non dumb) cops generally don't last long.
 
2012-10-31 07:25:02 PM  
If instead of a cop, this guy was a college professor and this girl was going before a review board, would anyone think the outcome might be different?
 
2012-10-31 07:46:20 PM  
it wouldn't matter if the cop forgot or not, the judge was gonna side with the cop anyway, it's what traffic court judges do. i tried defending two bullshiat tickets, and at both "trials" the cop straight up LIED about what happened. I said "he's full of shiat, your honor, i can prove it" and then Judge jerkface sided with him anyway.

In summation, I hate cops.
 
2012-10-31 07:51:51 PM  

blatz514: Apos: All GIS searches for this supposed vision of loveliness Vigger have proved fruitless. :(

here ya go


Much obliged. She is attractive.
 
2012-10-31 08:05:52 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: You mean the Chief of Police who gets canned if there are too many instances of misbehavior by his employees? Is that the one you're talking about?


How is that any different than any department head in any organization, business or governmental body? If a boss cannot control his employees, he could get fired. If he seems to be routinely turning a blind eye to misbehavior by his subordinates, it is very likely that he would get fired. How does that in any way make the idea of an internal disciplinary action unacceptable? And what on earth does it have to do with unions, as your initial comment suggested?
 
2012-10-31 08:07:29 PM  
not impressed
 
2012-10-31 08:09:33 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-31 08:16:08 PM  

lizyrd: ThatDarkFellow: You mean the Chief of Police who gets canned if there are too many instances of misbehavior by his employees? Is that the one you're talking about?

How is that any different than any department head in any organization, business or governmental body? If a boss cannot control his employees, he could get fired. If he seems to be routinely turning a blind eye to misbehavior by his subordinates, it is very likely that he would get fired. How does that in any way make the idea of an internal disciplinary action unacceptable? And what on earth does it have to do with unions, as your initial comment suggested?


Okay, now, re-read what you just typed. Put it in the context of having unions as support and take a few minutes to think about all the problems there.
 
2012-10-31 10:15:51 PM  

ThatDarkFellow: lizyrd: ThatDarkFellow: You mean the Chief of Police who gets canned if there are too many instances of misbehavior by his employees? Is that the one you're talking about?

How is that any different than any department head in any organization, business or governmental body? If a boss cannot control his employees, he could get fired. If he seems to be routinely turning a blind eye to misbehavior by his subordinates, it is very likely that he would get fired. How does that in any way make the idea of an internal disciplinary action unacceptable? And what on earth does it have to do with unions, as your initial comment suggested?

Okay, now, re-read what you just typed. Put it in the context of having unions as support and take a few minutes to think about all the problems there.


I'm confused. The police chief could get fired if his subordinates misbehave too much, but he won't use effective discipline to maintain order because of unions? Plus, I'd like an example where any organization routinely handles discipline in anything but an internal manner. If you fark up at work, does your company bring in someone unassociated with the company to punish you? Or does your boss, or your boss's boss, handle the discipline?
 
2012-10-31 11:33:11 PM  

JackieRabbit: Oh, but penises are just so darling. Don't they say the silliest things?



No idea. Mine just mumbles something about lack of oxygen.
 
2012-10-31 11:46:52 PM  

hodge-podge: blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious

She appears to have a kid. Good to know shes setting an example.



She doesn;t have one yet. That one's 'in-progress'. These things take time. It's complicated.
 
2012-11-01 12:07:20 AM  

stampylives: she was guilty, cop is retarded. apply the appropriate penalty to her, fire the cop for cause and with the appropriate detail to keep him from any future public-trust type positions. simple enough. done, everything with a nice neat little bow, cause she admitted she was drunk and he basically admitted he isn't responsible enough to be a cop.


oh... yeah, police unions. yeah. this is why we cant have nice things.


FTFA:

At the crash scene, Viggers told an officer she'd been drinking.

Drinking does not always mean drunk. She probably was given the driving behavior but she didn't admit it. Comprehension in reading is a virtue.
 
2012-11-01 12:10:09 AM  

lilDave22: Lehk: ThatDarkFellow: It's time to get rid of all police.

FTFY

I really never have understood this sentiment. Get rid of bad cops? Sure. Replace them with responsible ones? Sure. Reorganize the system to be more fair? Sure. Get rid of the police force in its entirety? Bad idea. Without a team of armed men with the authority to use force, what's to stop me from taking your shiny thing because I want it? And as bad ass as you might think you are, I promise there is someone more bad ass than you. And don't think for a second that people would live in peace an harmony with each other. At no point in the existence of humankind, much of which did not include a police force, did people live peacefully with their neighbors. "Might makes right" has been the motto of humankind for most of its existence.


upload.wikimedia.org


Yep.
 
2012-11-01 12:11:23 AM  

blatz514: Kinda cute

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 604x453]

And boobie-licious


Nice foot penis thing she has going on.
 
2012-11-01 09:59:01 AM  

fredklein: lilDave22: Get rid of bad cops? Sure. Replace them with responsible ones? Sure. Reorganize the system to be more fair? Sure. Get rid of the police force in its entirety? Bad idea.

Logically, everything can be divided into categories 'A' and 'Not A'. For example, if 'A' is 'trees', then an automobile is Not A. An Oak IS A. A computer monitor is Not A. So is a quark or other subatomic particles. But Elms and Aspens ARE A. And so on.

Thus, cops can be divided into 'Cops who commit crimes' and 'cops who DON'T commit crimes'.
Well, we obviously don't want criminal cops, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops can be divided into categories 'those who knew about the criminal cops' and 'those who didn't'.
Well, I seriously doubt we want cops so naive/stupid that they can't even see the corruption in their midst, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops (who didn't commit crimes themselves, but did know about the criminal cops) can be divided into two categories: Those that did something about the criminal cops, and those that didn't do anything.
We don't want cops who see crimes committed and do nothing, so those are gone.

What's left? Cops who don't commit crimes themselves, but do know that other cops commit crimes, and who do something about those criminal cops.
He's known as Serpico. And he was set up by his fellow Brothers In Blue, sent into a drug bust with no backup, and left to die when he got shot. THAT's how the other cops handle an honest cop.

The point being, it's perfectly fair to say 'why scrap the whole system?- just get rid of the bad cops', except for the fact that (virtually) ALL the cops are bad cops. They either commit crimes themselves, or do nothing about those that do. (or they are so dumb we don't want them as cops anyway.)  The few really honest (non dumb) cops generally don't last long.


And this is what we call a false dichotomy. Please try again.
 
2012-11-01 01:43:51 PM  

lilDave22: fredklein: lilDave22: Get rid of bad cops? Sure. Replace them with responsible ones? Sure. Reorganize the system to be more fair? Sure. Get rid of the police force in its entirety? Bad idea.

Logically, everything can be divided into categories 'A' and 'Not A'. For example, if 'A' is 'trees', then an automobile is Not A. An Oak IS A. A computer monitor is Not A. So is a quark or other subatomic particles. But Elms and Aspens ARE A. And so on.

Thus, cops can be divided into 'Cops who commit crimes' and 'cops who DON'T commit crimes'.
Well, we obviously don't want criminal cops, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops can be divided into categories 'those who knew about the criminal cops' and 'those who didn't'.
Well, I seriously doubt we want cops so naive/stupid that they can't even see the corruption in their midst, so let's get rid of those.

The remaining cops (who didn't commit crimes themselves, but did know about the criminal cops) can be divided into two categories: Those that did something about the criminal cops, and those that didn't do anything.
We don't want cops who see crimes committed and do nothing, so those are gone.

What's left? Cops who don't commit crimes themselves, but do know that other cops commit crimes, and who do something about those criminal cops.
He's known as Serpico. And he was set up by his fellow Brothers In Blue, sent into a drug bust with no backup, and left to die when he got shot. THAT's how the other cops handle an honest cop.

The point being, it's perfectly fair to say 'why scrap the whole system?- just get rid of the bad cops', except for the fact that (virtually) ALL the cops are bad cops. They either commit crimes themselves, or do nothing about those that do. (or they are so dumb we don't want them as cops anyway.)  The few really honest (non dumb) cops generally don't last long.

And this is what we call a false dichotomy. Please try again.


What, specifically? You quoted my entire post, so....

If you're referring to the entire post, then NO, it's not a false dichotomy. it's not even a dichotomy ("splitting of a whole into exactly two non-overlapping parts"), since I showed cops fall into 4 groups, not 2.

If you're referring to the process of splitting things into categories, it's a perfectly legitimate process. If you think it has a flaw, then please come up with something that does not fall into the two categories "things that are trees" and "things that are not trees". Everything I can think of falls into one of those. An oak? Tree. An elm? tree. A bicycle? Not tree. Love? Not tree. The internet? Not tree. Your Momma? Not tree. Etc. Yes, there are some edge cases (are acorns trees? Are bushes trees?), but those can be handled with a properly worded definition of 'tree'.
 
2012-11-01 05:10:09 PM  
Vigger, Please!
 
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