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2013-02-13 12:14:16 AM
"Chopper! Sic! Balls!"
 
2013-02-13 12:35:10 AM
"NIXON!"
 
2013-02-13 01:08:59 AM
That is comedy gold right there.

/though I have to admit I feel kinda bad about laughing at this.
//you know, after that sheriff's deputy was killed today and the other wounded.
///not all cops are bad and I feel for the family of that fallen officer.
 
2013-02-13 01:10:13 AM
"It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

But here at Fark, we'll give it a good try. Bidding starts below.
 
2013-02-13 01:12:38 AM
Protip:   Never say to the dog, "Go get your ball!"
 
2013-02-13 01:12:39 AM
I didn't think the police used wiener dogs.
 
2013-02-13 01:13:27 AM
in other news , huge police manhunt for the former police dog ensues. There is an offer of $1000000 for the fugitives whereabouts .
 
2013-02-13 01:14:12 AM
Those little bastards like scaring the crap out of people, I'm sure of it.

When I first started at my department I would absent-mindedly walk through the parking lot and completely miss the lone squad that was still running. As soon as I got too close the dog would of course go ballistic in the back and I would scream and jump. Once one of the K9 guys was coming back out of the station and witnessed me throw my phone and scream and I thought he was going to piss himself laughing at me.

Lesson: Give the constantly running squads with the heavily tinted rear windows wide berths.
 
2013-02-13 01:16:00 AM

sithon: in other news , huge police manhunt for the former police dog ensues. There is an offer of $1000000 for the fugitives whereabouts .


Hunh?
 
2013-02-13 01:17:08 AM
v023o.popscreen.com
 
2013-02-13 01:17:42 AM

Gyrfalcon: "It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

But here at Fark, we'll give it a good try. Bidding starts below.


Snausages!
 
2013-02-13 01:18:47 AM
So you mean all 'officers' don't wear cups to protect against random dog/perp bite/kick attacks?

/Geeeeezzzzzz, ya learn something new every day.
//No long hair or easy to grab bun. No tie that is not a clip on. Protect your nuts. Steel toed shoes are optional.
 
2013-02-13 01:20:17 AM
if you haven't rta, don't bother. the headline of the article is where all the laughing is at.
 
2013-02-13 01:21:37 AM

sheep snorter: So you mean all 'officers' don't wear cups to protect against random dog/perp bite/kick attacks?

/Geeeeezzzzzz, ya learn something new every day.
//No long hair or easy to grab bun. No tie that is not a clip on. Protect your nuts. Steel toed shoes are optional.


Also no beards unless you be as undercover is a Serpico
 
2013-02-13 01:24:16 AM
Don't pet the police puppy. They are doing a job. They don't like it when you mess with them while they are doing their jobs.
 
2013-02-13 01:24:18 AM
"both the dog and the officer are back on the job"
The dog maybe but the officer's significant other may well disagree about him being " on the job for a while "
 
2013-02-13 01:26:45 AM

ransack.: sheep snorter: So you mean all 'officers' don't wear cups to protect against random dog/perp bite/kick attacks?

/Geeeeezzzzzz, ya learn something new every day.
//No long hair or easy to grab bun. No tie that is not a clip on. Protect your nuts. Steel toed shoes are optional.

Also no beards unless you be as undercover is a Serpico


i was told many PD's do not allow beard or mustache because it hides the natural 'smile lines' of the face. which puzzles me because on the overall LEO's are not a jolly lot to begin with.
 
2013-02-13 01:29:43 AM
Dogner
 
2013-02-13 01:31:43 AM

KrispyKritter: ransack.: sheep snorter: So you mean all 'officers' don't wear cups to protect against random dog/perp bite/kick attacks?

/Geeeeezzzzzz, ya learn something new every day.
//No long hair or easy to grab bun. No tie that is not a clip on. Protect your nuts. Steel toed shoes are optional.

Also no beards unless you be as undercover is a Serpico

i was told many PD's do not allow beard or mustache because it hides the natural 'smile lines' of the face. which puzzles me because on the overall LEO's are not a jolly lot to begin with.


I was under the impression that beards were denied because of grabbability and moustaches neatly trimmed is all that is allowed in most places, so whenever you see a mustachioed cop, you know he is secretly jealous of your magnificent beard. I think it may have something to do with confederate Lincoln-haters drafting dress codes
 
2013-02-13 01:33:56 AM
I know in the military one of the reasons you can't have a beard is because it could interfere with the proper seal of a gas mask.

Sad, sad NBC NCO here trying to be relevant... :(
 
2013-02-13 01:34:47 AM
Like 50% of the cops in my town have moustaches anyway, including the black one. The prison guards at miami correctional facility are all clean-shaven though.
 
2013-02-13 01:45:35 AM
FTA: "It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.
Experts said a bite of this nature is not so much a mark of aggression as much as it is a sign of the dog's natural intensity in an active search.  "

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Mr. T's dog ate my balls
 
2013-02-13 01:50:02 AM
"It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

... meth... human... cat... pot... different dog... SQUIRREL!!
 
2013-02-13 01:50:52 AM
"Channel 9's Christopher Heath spoke with dog handlers who say these types of bites can do considerable damage in just seconds."

Y'don't say...
 
2013-02-13 01:57:44 AM
www.socialwelfareagency.org
 
2013-02-13 01:59:41 AM
And that is the last time he let the hippie give him a hand job.
 
2013-02-13 02:00:39 AM
$50 says it was a Malinois.

Ever podunk police department saw how Malinois are the high-speed military K9 of choice, so they all decide to get them. They are the wrong dog for civilian policing, but that fact simply doesn't matter to wannabe alpha male cops, who simply want the coolest toys they can have.
 
2013-02-13 02:00:51 AM
 
2013-02-13 02:01:06 AM
Did anyone mention anything about a canine commendation yet?
 
2013-02-13 02:11:29 AM
+1 scooby snack
 
2013-02-13 02:41:18 AM
I don't understand why so many police departments have K-9 units.  They seem to be more trouble than they are worth and are a danger to all citizens.  The dogs could be used to provide probable cause for a vehicle search, by making the dog bark in a narcotics search.  Also, while I have little sympathy for criminals, I think it is excessive to "release the hounds" while searching or tracking a suspect.  Surely we have the manpower to catch criminals without resorting to these tactics.
 
2013-02-13 02:47:45 AM

ExcaliburPrime111: I don't understand why so many police departments have K-9 units.  They seem to be more trouble than they are worth and are a danger to all citizens.  The dogs could be used to provide probable cause for a vehicle search, by making the dog bark in a narcotics search.  Also, while I have little sympathy for criminals, I think it is excessive to "release the hounds" while searching or tracking a suspect.  Surely we have the manpower to catch criminals without resorting to these tactics.


I think you answered your own question.
 
2013-02-13 02:49:04 AM
In other recent news, Tough Actin Tinactin has recalled their trial worcestire worshersteer worcestershire scented product line.
 
2013-02-13 03:12:34 AM

iheartscotch: Don't pet the police puppy. They are doing a job. They don't like it when you mess with them while they are doing their jobs.


I learned this the hard way when I tried to be friendly with a cop dog in some airport. I wasn't his target, but when I innocently tried to say hello he let me know who was running the show. I sure as hell wasn't arguing with him.
 
2013-02-13 03:39:35 AM
When I was in kindergarten, I would pass a gas station on the way to and from home.  They had a german shepherd that lived there.  He was a sweetie and I would stop to pet him.  But one day on the way home, he was sleeping and I, being a stupid child, petted him.  He bit me on the face.  I almost lost my nose to the dog.  My mom freaked out when I walked in the door with my face covered in blood and my nose hanging askew.
 
2013-02-13 04:08:52 AM
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2013-02-13 04:27:03 AM

ExcaliburPrime111: I don't understand why so many police departments have K-9 units.  They seem to be more trouble than they are worth and are a danger to all citizens.  The dogs could be used to provide probable cause for a vehicle search, by making the dog bark in a narcotics search.  Also, while I have little sympathy for criminals, I think it is excessive to "release the hounds" while searching or tracking a suspect.  Surely we have the manpower to catch criminals without resorting to these tactics.


I hold the opposite of your opinions.  Dogs are too unreliable and manipulable to serve as probable cause for a search.  Dogs are ideal for getting quick surrender from a recalcitrant suspect. Examples of dogs attacking innocent civilians are extremely rare; in the cases i've seen, the human was doing something you should never do to a strange dog.
 
2013-02-13 04:57:11 AM

Abacus9: Gyrfalcon: "It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

But here at Fark, we'll give it a good try. Bidding starts below.

Snausages!


Blutwurst mit Sauerkraut!
 
2013-02-13 04:58:15 AM
SNAUSAGES!!!
 
2013-02-13 05:24:02 AM

BarkingUnicorn: "Channel 9's Christopher Heath spoke with dog handlers who say these types of bites can do considerable damage in just seconds."

Y'don't say...


"No Farking Shiat Sherlock, Channel 9 News, back to you in the studio".
 
2013-02-13 05:25:56 AM
Your dog wants tube steak.
 
2013-02-13 05:47:48 AM

BarkingUnicorn: ExcaliburPrime111: I don't understand why so many police departments have K-9 units.  They seem to be more trouble than they are worth and are a danger to all citizens.  The dogs could be used to provide probable cause for a vehicle search, by making the dog bark in a narcotics search.  Also, while I have little sympathy for criminals, I think it is excessive to "release the hounds" while searching or tracking a suspect.  Surely we have the manpower to catch criminals without resorting to these tactics.

I hold the opposite of your opinions.  Dogs are too unreliable and manipulable to serve as probable cause for a search.  Dogs are ideal for getting quick surrender from a recalcitrant suspect. Examples of dogs attacking innocent civilians are extremely rare; in the cases i've seen, the human was doing something you should never do to a strange dog.


doggies are strange.... when you're a stranger...
faces look ugly... when you're alone...
women seem wicked when you're unwanted...
...
..
.
 
2013-02-13 05:49:38 AM
FTA: "Palm Bay police declined to comment on the bite other than to say the dog and the officer who was bitten are both back on the job."

soo.... I guess if they shot this dog for aggression, they would be calling the shooter Dorner.

/different standards or something.
 
2013-02-13 06:03:11 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: BarkingUnicorn: ExcaliburPrime111: I don't understand why so many police departments have K-9 units.  They seem to be more trouble than they are worth and are a danger to all citizens.  The dogs could be used to provide probable cause for a vehicle search, by making the dog bark in a narcotics search.  Also, while I have little sympathy for criminals, I think it is excessive to "release the hounds" while searching or tracking a suspect.  Surely we have the manpower to catch criminals without resorting to these tactics.

I hold the opposite of your opinions.  Dogs are too unreliable and manipulable to serve as probable cause for a search.  Dogs are ideal for getting quick surrender from a recalcitrant suspect. Examples of dogs attacking innocent civilians are extremely rare; in the cases i've seen, the human was doing something you should never do to a strange dog.

doggies are strange.... when you're a stranger...
faces look ugly... when you're alone...
women seem wicked when you're unwanted...
Teeth are uneven when in your bone...
..
.

 
2013-02-13 06:30:20 AM
"It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

Sometimes you feel like a nut
sometime you don't

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s55QoIZScP4
 
2013-02-13 06:56:56 AM

sithon: in other news , huge police manhunt for the former police dog ensues. There is an offer of $1000000 for the fugitives whereabouts .


The dog is cornered and now seems to be electing a Pope.
/Wait I'm sorry, that's laying a poop.
 
2013-02-13 07:29:11 AM

turbocucumber: Abacus9: Gyrfalcon: "It's hard to tell what is exactly going through the dog's mind," said Scofield.

But here at Fark, we'll give it a good try. Bidding starts below.

Snausages!

Blutwurst mit Sauerkraut!



You promised me a foot-long!!
 
2013-02-13 07:32:45 AM
Uh oh, the dog has a taste for meat now.

/yipe!
 
2013-02-13 08:35:29 AM

booger42: Uh oh, the dog has a taste for meat now.


Luckily, it's only pork.
 
2013-02-13 09:07:21 AM

HAMMERTOE: booger42: Uh oh, the dog has a taste for meat now.

Luckily, it's only pork.


That's not Kosher, dude
 
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