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(LA Daily News)   Chucking police say drunk driver "blew through" roadside check before crashing his car. Get it? 'Blew through." No? This, along with your anger issues, is why you never got to be a cop   (dailynews.com) divider line 22
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2013-06-15 08:38:41 AM  
If those stupid people wouldn't have been blocking the road it never would have happened. When are they going to take responsibility for their unsafe actions?
 
2013-06-15 08:58:55 AM  
Chuckling?
 
2013-06-15 08:59:51 AM  
I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.
 
2013-06-15 09:03:43 AM  
Cops don't like to be blown? Go figure
 
2013-06-15 09:22:04 AM  
If I had anger issues, subby, I would be a cop.
 
2013-06-15 09:23:27 AM  
fark you subby! If I want your worthless farking opinion, I'll scrape it off Drew's zipper!
 
2013-06-15 09:31:59 AM  

AbiNormal: fark you subby! If I want your worthless farking opinion, I'll scrape it off Drew's zipper!


Good, I can feel your anger. Take your weapon. Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete!
 
2013-06-15 09:33:18 AM  

moogoob: (I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)


Angry people that need to feel like they can control people. My dad was a security guard at a psych hospital and he'd come home bragging about beating the patients.
 
2013-06-15 09:38:14 AM  

Cache: If I had anger issues, subby, I would be a cop.


Don't forget the badge, uniform, gun, donuts, ego, and the tiny penis that you're grossly overcompensating for. Those aren't quite as necessary, but you have to have 'em.
 
2013-06-15 09:57:28 AM  

Psychohazard: AbiNormal: fark you subby! If I want your worthless farking opinion, I'll scrape it off Drew's zipper!

Good, I can feel your anger. Take your weapon. Strike me down with all of your hatred and your journey towards the dark side will be complete!


Do you have cookies? I'm not going over to the dark side unless you have cookies.
 
2013-06-15 10:03:25 AM  
He was spew-ding threw up the chuckpoint, skating to where the puke was going to be nausea where it is, delivering lunch, the technicolor yawn, etc etc etc
 
2013-06-15 10:13:04 AM  

moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.


A quick etymology search says the word is Mohawk in origin.  So just as likely to see it in place names in the US
 
2013-06-15 10:23:31 AM  
This, along with your anger issues, is why you never got to be a highly decorated cop

Better, moar Truthier
 
2013-06-15 11:05:52 AM  
That, and my IQ is well above 80.

They don't like smart people handling weapons for some reason.
 
2013-06-15 11:46:51 AM  

FrancoFile: moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.

A quick etymology search says the word is Mohawk in origin.  So just as likely to see it in place names in the US


And a couple more clicks says it meat "great lake", so Ontario, Canada was named after a lake and Ontario, California was named after something a couple of Canadians founded.  The Canadians were from Ontario, Canada.

So what were Canadians doing in California?

Actually, it sort of makes sense.  Neil Young once said "I wasn't born in California, but I got here as fast as I could."

Canada must really suck if so many are so eager to move to California.
 
2013-06-15 11:53:20 AM  

Cache: If I had anger issues, subby, I would be a cop.


score
 
2013-06-15 12:27:00 PM  

FrancoFile: moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.

A quick etymology search says the word is Mohawk in origin.  So just as likely to see it in place names in the US


AH! Thanks - makes a bit of sense. Still a bit odd choosing it as a municipality name, possibility of it causing confusion and all. (And before anyone mentions it, I think London ON is a bad idea too, just like York before it was thankfully renamed.)
 
2013-06-15 12:53:20 PM  

moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.


Marcintosh: This, along with your anger issues, is why you never got to be a highly decorated cop

Better, moar Truthier


Slam1263: That, and my IQ is well above 80.

They don't like smart people handling weapons for some reason.



Did I read a completely different article? The one I read is straight-forward reporting about a guy blowing through a DUI checkpoint. "Blowing through" is a common expression. "That guy blew through a red light." How do you see anything about angry, stupid cops in this short article?
 
2013-06-15 01:19:08 PM  
DNRTA

I was never a cop because after passing the written, physical, and interview all with flying colors, I stopped and asked myself why I was looking at a job where I would be taking a 50% pay cut to work nights and weekends with a group of people who have paramilitary aspirations.

Well, that and anger issues.  Not sure I would be able to maintain a "Professional Detachment" when responding to a child abuse call.  And we get a LOT of those up here.
 
2013-06-15 01:30:12 PM  

gfid: FrancoFile: moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)

Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.

A quick etymology search says the word is Mohawk in origin.  So just as likely to see it in place names in the US

And a couple more clicks says it meat "great lake", so Ontario, Canada was named after a lake and Ontario, California was named after something a couple of Canadians founded.  The Canadians were from Ontario, Canada.

So what were Canadians doing in California?

Actually, it sort of makes sense.  Neil Young once said "I wasn't born in California, but I got here as fast as I could."

Canada must really suck if so many are so eager to move to California.


moogoob: FrancoFile: moogoob: I thought anger issues was WHY you became a cop?

(I would be kidding but IME it's also true with security guards, bouncers, basically any job where hitting people it part of your job. Who else applies but angry people.)


AH! Thanks - makes a bit of sense. Still a bit odd choosing it as a municipality name, possibility of it causing confusion and all. (And before anyone mentions it, I think London ON is a bad idea too, just like York before it was thankfully renamed.)


The province of Ontario wasn't named until 1867, according to the confusing Wikipedia article.
The town of Ontario, NY - next to Lake Ontario - was founded in the 1810s.
 
2013-06-15 02:47:54 PM  
FrancoFile Also, Ontario? Why is a city in the US somewhere named after my province? Too lazy to google.

Chaffey Bros. were from between Kingston & Cornwall, accidentally created Salton Sea amid many other land schemes before run outta town...moved down to found Mildura down in Victoria & Renmark by Adelaide, Australia-John Huston' character of Noah Cross in "Chinatown" was based on George Chaffey
 
2013-06-15 09:45:57 PM  
Also, "Why You Never Became a Dancer".


/obscure?
 
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