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(NW Florida Daily News)   For the record, a sincere apology to the cops after they've caught you lying never makes things better. "Guys, I'm sorry. I'm really not a bad guy. I hid the pipe because I was scared"   (nwfdailynews.com) divider line 27
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2013-05-08 08:38:33 AM  
And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.
 
2013-05-08 09:00:03 AM  

Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.


I absolutely cannot tell what you're saying: your tone is all over the place.
 
2013-05-08 09:32:33 AM  

Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.


How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?
 
2013-05-08 09:49:54 AM  

nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?


Because serving five to ten years for polluting his body with such filth will teach him a lesson, and maybe he'll learn not to dare to abuse himself in the future. Who cares if casting him into the gang culture of prison may cause him to become a cruel violent criminal? At least he'll no longer be consuming chemicals that the government has decided are harmful to society.
 
2013-05-08 10:04:21 AM  

Cythraul: nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?

Because serving five to ten years for polluting his body with such filth will teach him a lesson, and maybe he'll learn not to dare to abuse himself in the future. Who cares if casting him into the gang culture of prison may cause him to become a cruel violent criminal? At least he'll no longer be consuming chemicals that the government has decided are harmful to society.


trying way too hard/10
 
2013-05-08 10:04:30 AM  
Meh, a meth head.  Yes, a drain on society.  But once he's locked up for a few years, he'll learn a craft, like how to actually make meth, how to steal plumbing materials, and electrical cables, and cemetery urns.

/in all fairness, they can learn that craft in rehab too
 
2013-05-08 10:05:09 AM  
He then told officers the container held methamphetamine and one Xanax, the report said.

This is a man who plans ahead for a better tomorrow... get tweaked on the crystal and then pop a Xannie for the smooth train ride back to realitosis.
 
2013-05-08 10:05:18 AM  

nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?


Might be time to bring the old sarcasm meter in for a check-up.
 
2013-05-08 10:07:32 AM  

Dr. Goldshnoz: Cythraul: nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?

Because serving five to ten years for polluting his body with such filth will teach him a lesson, and maybe he'll learn not to dare to abuse himself in the future. Who cares if casting him into the gang culture of prison may cause him to become a cruel violent criminal? At least he'll no longer be consuming chemicals that the government has decided are harmful to society.

trying way too hard/10


And you're not trying hard enough to tell the difference between trolling and someone being sarcastic.
 
2013-05-08 10:09:44 AM  

Cythraul: And you're not trying hard enough to tell the difference between trolling and someone being sarcastic.


Seriously, I thought "Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body" was a dead giveaway.
 
2013-05-08 10:11:37 AM  
I thought the cop was a prostitute.  I'm sorry.
 
2013-05-08 10:11:56 AM  

nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?


You need your morning coffee.
 
2013-05-08 10:18:43 AM  

Cythraul: And you're not trying hard enough to tell the difference between trolling and someone being sarcastic.


They aren't trying at all. None of this bu-bu-but Poes shiat either. It was pretty damn obvious.
 
2013-05-08 10:22:23 AM  
Judge: Michael Norman Randall, you have been found guilty of the murder of Arthur Reginald Webster, Charles Patrick Trumpington, Marcel Agnes Bernstein, Lewis Anona Rudd, John Malcolm Kerr, Nigel Sinclair Robinson, Norman Arthur Potter, Felicity Jayne Stone, Jean-Paul Reynard, Rachel Shirley Donaldson, Stephen Jay Greenblatt, Karl-Heinz Mullet, Belinda Anne Ventham, Juan-Carlos Fernandez, Thor Olaf Stensgaard, Lord Kimberley of Pretoria, Lady Kimberley of Pretoria, The Right Honourable Nigel Warmsly Kimberley, Robert Henry Noonan and Felix James Bennett, on or about the morning of the 19th December 1972. Have you anything to say before I pass sentence?

Randall: Yes, sir. I'm very sorry.

Judge: Very sorry?

Randall: Yes, sir. It was a very very bad thing to have done and I'm really very ashamed of myself. I can only say it won't happen again. To have murdered so many people in such a short space of time is really awful, and I really am very, very, very sorry that I did it, and also that I've taken up so much of the court's valuable time listening to the sordid details of these senseless killings of mine. I would particularly like to say, a very personal and sincere 'sorry' to you, m'lud, for my appalling behaviour throughout this trial. I'd also like to say sorry to the police, for putting them to so much trouble for the literally hours of work they've had to put in, collecting evidence and identifying corpses and so forth. You know I think sometimes we ought to realize the difficult and often dangerous work involved in tracking down violent criminals like myself and I'd just like them to know that their fine work is at least appreciated by me.
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2013-05-08 10:34:05 AM  
I'm not a cop, and I don't play one in the movies, or on TV.  But I'll bet that cops don't watch "COPS" unless they're in a segment, or know someone who is.  They get enough of this shiat, as it is.

/pretty sure that doctors don't watch doctor dramas, either
 
2013-05-08 11:04:54 AM  

Cythraul: Dr. Goldshnoz: Cythraul: nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?

Because serving five to ten years for polluting his body with such filth will teach him a lesson, and maybe he'll learn not to dare to abuse himself in the future. Who cares if casting him into the gang culture of prison may cause him to become a cruel violent criminal? At least he'll no longer be consuming chemicals that the government has decided are harmful to society.

trying way too hard/10

And you're not trying hard enough to tell the difference between trolling and someone being sarcastic.


For whatever it's worth, I sensed your sarcasm from the beginning.
 
2013-05-08 11:25:19 AM  

SoupJohnB: I'm not a cop, and I don't play one in the movies, or on TV.  But I'll bet that cops don't watch "COPS" unless they're in a segment, or know someone who is. They get enough of this shiat, as it is.

/pretty sure that doctors don't watch doctor dramas, either


As the son of two retired police officers, not true in the slightest. My mom would watch the hell out of some "COPS"! Filmed on location with the men and women of LAW ENFORCEMENT. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of LAW.
 
2013-05-08 11:35:40 AM  

Bruxellensis: Cythraul: Dr. Goldshnoz: Cythraul: nekom: Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.

How does locking him away for 10 years address what could be a serious addiction?  Why is drug addiction a criminal matter instead of one of public health?

Because serving five to ten years for polluting his body with such filth will teach him a lesson, and maybe he'll learn not to dare to abuse himself in the future. Who cares if casting him into the gang culture of prison may cause him to become a cruel violent criminal? At least he'll no longer be consuming chemicals that the government has decided are harmful to society.

trying way too hard/10

And you're not trying hard enough to tell the difference between trolling and someone being sarcastic.

For whatever it's worth, I sensed your sarcasm from the beginning.



It's an art.
 
2013-05-08 11:42:05 AM  
Untrue. A tearful, convincing confession and/or apology will get you off the hook for anything short of murder in Japan.
 
2013-05-08 12:13:16 PM  
Well that was a useless article...


But just tell the cops the truth and they will often respond well.

Cop: "Son, you're driving drunk, backwards, down the wrongway of the street, smoking your tires in the rain.  Give me one reason I shouldn't take you to jail tonight."

Me: "There is no good reason sir, you have every reason to arrest me..."

Cop: "Consider this your warning"


/It didn't always work out so freedomy
 
2013-05-08 12:17:52 PM  
that's why they're taking COPS of the air.  to make the process less SCARY!!
 
2013-05-08 12:27:25 PM  
Why, oh why, do they think it will work:

NEVER TALK TO THE POLICE
 
2013-05-08 12:38:55 PM  

Cythraul: And he should apologize, profusely, for being such a pathetic drug addicted waste to society. Shame on him for having such a problem, and choosing to put certain chemicals inside his own body. He should be forced to apologize in public, and then locked for ten years.


Troll
 
2013-05-08 12:42:31 PM  

Kristoph57: SoupJohnB: I'm not a cop, and I don't play one in the movies, or on TV.  But I'll bet that cops don't watch "COPS" unless they're in a segment, or know someone who is. They get enough of this shiat, as it is.

/pretty sure that doctors don't watch doctor dramas, either

As the son of two retired police officers, not true in the slightest. My mom would watch the hell out of some "COPS"! Filmed on location with the men and women of LAW ENFORCEMENT. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of LAW.


Gracias, amigo.  I was going to ask an officer that question some day, but I tend to avoid 'close encounters.'

/age, experience - I has them....have also worked with them, professionally

//"Bad Boys-Bad Boys Whatcha-Gonna Do When They Come for You?"
 
2013-05-08 12:58:55 PM  

dahmers love zombie: Why, oh why, do they think it will work:

NEVER TALK TO THE POLICE


A favorite video of mine, everyone should watch that at least once and keep that in the back of their minds henceforth.
 
2013-05-08 08:33:51 PM  

aagrajag: Untrue. A tearful, convincing confession and/or apology will get you off the hook for anything short of murder in Japan.


I don't know why cops in every country are such sticklers for murders that are committed in Japan, but I'll add it to Wikipedia.
 
2013-05-08 09:37:59 PM  
For the record, a sincere apology from a cop - any cop at any level anywhere, ever - after said cop has illegally and feloniously assaulted you, violated local, city, and state statutes along with your constitutional and civil rights and the most obvious basic principles and clear legal strictures of civility and sanity for no defensible reason whatsoever and with not the least possibility of the tiniest reprimand, sanction, correction, or official or even unofficial acknowledgement ...

... will never f*cking happen.
 
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