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(WTVR)   Burger King employee rule #3: Filling an order in less than 30 seconds is recommended. Printing "Biatch Ass Hoes" on the receipt is not   (wtvr.com) divider line 99
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2014-02-25 06:27:03 AM  
This is the sort of thing that happens when they hire non-illegals. McDonalds in Dallas would NEVER have this problem. They don't have keyboards.
 
2014-02-25 06:31:28 AM  

evilsofa: The last 3 or 4 receipts (and that birthday invitation) with nasty comments that got national media attention have all turned out to be hoaxes, so I'll just wait for the inevitable announcement of this either being a forgery or an inside job.  If they can get a large settlement or a large amount of donations out of it, then the employee who turns out to be a cousin or acquaintance gets a cut and doesn't have to work at Burger King any more.

This is a fad that could go on forever.  The media gets two scandal frenzies for the price of one.


That's what I was thinking.
 
2014-02-25 06:44:06 AM  
More like "Whiny Thin skinned biatches".
 
2014-02-25 06:58:25 AM  
Ho vs. hoe, FIGHT!
 
2014-02-25 07:29:06 AM  

some_beer_drinker: fat people should pay more, because no one wants to see them eat...i mean, right?


Says the alcoholic...
 
2014-02-25 07:36:00 AM  
He spelled all three words correctly?  And works at Burger King?  Sounds like management material to me.
 
2014-02-25 07:49:50 AM  
I go to Burger King only when I have time to wait 5 minutes or more to get my order filled. 30 seconds my arse...
 
2014-02-25 08:10:29 AM  
I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!

/csb
 
2014-02-25 08:11:42 AM  

Witness99: If they tickled anyone's rear with their nose in the 69, employees must wash that too.


Wash the other person's rear?  Because we're already done at that point...
 
2014-02-25 08:36:56 AM  
I never want to see an ass hoe in action. Ok, maybe two fine chicks going at it, but that's all.
 
2014-02-25 08:41:45 AM  

jtown: Oh, yeah.  CSB time.

Years and years ago, back in the way-before, a friend and I worked at a deli in a grocery store.  One day, a customer noticed a typo on one of our product labels.  I have no idea how long we'd been selling TURKEY BEAST but it was like that when I got there.  So, of course, we changed roast beef to ROAST BEAST for the holiday season.  Then we updated the product listings to include all of our current products so the labels matched instead of just saying DELI SALAD or DELI MEAT for half our items.  Made a list so it was easy to find the correct code.  Of course, we were fired not long after.


That's pretty tame. At least you didn't relable the roast beef as MUD FLAPS.
 
2014-02-25 08:45:17 AM  

#2: ciberido: #2: Do not get busy in the bathroom

???


Under 30?
 
2014-02-25 08:47:57 AM  

SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!

/csb


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?
 
2014-02-25 08:54:28 AM  

evilsofa: The last 3 or 4 receipts (and that birthday invitation) with nasty comments that got national media attention have all turned out to be hoaxes, so I'll just wait for the inevitable announcement of this either being a forgery or an inside job.  If they can get a large settlement or a large amount of donations out of it, then the employee who turns out to be a cousin or acquaintance gets a cut and doesn't have to work at Burger King any more.

This is a fad that could go on forever.  The media gets two scandal frenzies for the price of one.


Was going to agree on this, but the receipt in TFA is printed, not written. Plus fast food generally doesn't screw around with signatures so there's no customer/drawer copies to get mixed up or altered separately from the legit copy. I imagine if you asked a BK employee to print a second receipt you'd get a blank stare or an alarmed call to the manager for help.

This may be the first legit case of receipt assholery. 7/10 on the quip, not too clever but it's punchy.
 
2014-02-25 08:58:47 AM  
Why does BK even have a feature that allows someone to type their own comments onto a receipt?
 
2014-02-25 09:08:24 AM  

Syrrh: evilsofa: The last 3 or 4 receipts (and that birthday invitation) with nasty comments that got national media attention have all turned out to be hoaxes, so I'll just wait for the inevitable announcement of this either being a forgery or an inside job.  If they can get a large settlement or a large amount of donations out of it, then the employee who turns out to be a cousin or acquaintance gets a cut and doesn't have to work at Burger King any more.

This is a fad that could go on forever.  The media gets two scandal frenzies for the price of one.

Was going to agree on this, but the receipt in TFA is printed, not written. Plus fast food generally doesn't screw around with signatures so there's no customer/drawer copies to get mixed up or altered separately from the legit copy. I imagine if you asked a BK employee to print a second receipt you'd get a blank stare or an alarmed call to the manager for help.

This may be the first legit case of receipt assholery. 7/10 on the quip, not too clever but it's punchy.


Either way, stop giving the people involved in these stories money.  The phrase is not, "stick and stones will break my bones, but words will make me cry and you have to pay me."
 
2014-02-25 09:17:29 AM  

sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?


Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw
 
2014-02-25 09:25:57 AM  

SoupJohnB: Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)


So it was a criminal act on her part, is what you're saying. Hey, let's smile about police breaking the law. So amusing!
 
2014-02-25 09:28:22 AM  
It could be a clumsy way of flirting. Biatch ass hoe is very common term of endearment. I often use it when referring to my wife.
 
2014-02-25 09:35:07 AM  
Lady Chinky Eyes unavailable for comment.
 
2014-02-25 09:45:47 AM  
Today's winning numbers:  "biatch ass hoes"
 
2014-02-25 09:55:03 AM  

SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw


Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.
 
2014-02-25 09:55:54 AM  
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2014-02-25 10:02:49 AM  

sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.


If the story is true the cop is abusing her authority and attempting to intimidate for ego reasons and not legal or self-defense reasons.  I hope the guy in line behind her got her badge number and reporter her.
 
2014-02-25 10:25:40 AM  

lordjupiter: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

If the story is true the cop is abusing her authority and attempting to intimidate for ego reasons and not legal or self-defense reasons.  I hope the guy in line behind her got her badge number and reporter her.


I see no one is entertaining the idea that it had less to do with intimidating the jackass than refusing to be let him dictate her actions. I took it less as "Don't mess with me or I'll find a reason to ticket/arrest you" and more as "I'll sit here as long as I want, IDGAF and I know you can't do shiat about it". The fact that she got out of her car to do so (on a private drive, so no legal sticky with abandoning a car in traffic) and doesn't sound like she's in any particular hurry suggests the latter to me.
 
2014-02-25 10:35:37 AM  

Syrrh: lordjupiter: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

If the story is true the cop is abusing her authority and attempting to intimidate for ego reasons and not legal or self-defense reasons.  I hope the guy in line behind her got her badge number and reporter her.

I see no one is entertaining the idea that it had less to do with intimidating the jackass than refusing to be let him dictate her actions. I took it less as "Don't mess with me or I'll find a reason to ticket/arrest you" and more as "I'll sit here as long as I want, IDGAF and I know you can't do shiat about it". The fact that she got out of her car to do so (on a private drive, so no legal sticky with abandoning a car in traffic) and doesn't sound like she's in any particular hurry suggests the latter to me.


So she needed to flash her badge to make that statement?
 
2014-02-25 10:37:31 AM  

jmsvrsn: Why does BK even have a feature that allows someone to type their own comments onto a receipt?


BK's POS software does not allow you to enter a customer name at all.  The only way  that would have printed is if someone altered the software behind the scenes.  Which would have printed it on all receipts.

/works at BK part time for beer money.
//have a real full time job.
 
2014-02-25 10:38:37 AM  

sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.


Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab
 
2014-02-25 11:01:45 AM  

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Came for this - almost left disappointed

/think I'll go get me some Chinese food
 
2014-02-25 11:04:43 AM  

sethen320: Syrrh: lordjupiter: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

If the story is true the cop is abusing her authority and attempting to intimidate for ego reasons and not legal or self-defense reasons.  I hope the guy in line behind her got her badge number and reporter her.

I see no one is entertaining the idea that it had less to do with intimidating the jackass than refusing to be let him dictate her actions. I took it less as "Don't mess with me or I'll find a reason to ticket/arrest you" and more as "I'll sit here as long as I want, IDGAF and I know you can't do shiat about it". The fact that she got out of her car to do so (on a private drive, so no legal sticky with abandoning a car in traffic) and doesn't sound like she's in any particular hurry suggests the latter to me.

So she needed to flash her badge to make that statement?


It's both intimidation and don't tell me what to do, backed up by badge bravery.
 
2014-02-25 11:43:36 AM  
He gives me a reason to live... him and those stank-ass hos
 
2014-02-25 12:59:14 PM  
cdn.foodbeast.com.s3.amazonaws.com
 
2014-02-25 01:33:48 PM  

fusillade762: I should know better than to point out mistakes in the headlines by now. They just fix it and I'M the one that looks like an idiot. If my comment doesn't just get deleted, that is.


i141.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-25 01:39:12 PM  

some_beer_drinker: fat people should pay more, because no one wants to see them eat...i mean, right?


On the contrary, we are like the Olympians of eating.  You don't want to watch me try and play golf or tennis, but eating...that's another story.  I should have sponsors.
 
2014-02-25 01:59:39 PM  
I could have ended like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWIV5WcIck8

Best ever beat down that two people deserved for jumping over the counter and trying to kick a fast food worker's ass.  The best part of the video is at the 59 mark where you see the guy mouth "you want some too?"
 
2014-02-25 02:50:55 PM  
www.rottenecards.com
 
2014-02-25 03:23:57 PM  
I don't think I have ever looked at a fast food receipt.
 
2014-02-25 04:12:04 PM  

beakgeek: I could have ended like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWIV5WcIck8

Best ever beat down that two people deserved for jumping over the counter and trying to kick a fast food worker's ass.  The best part of the video is at the 59 mark where you see the guy mouth "you want some too?"


They charged that worker giving the beat-down with aggravated assault?  WTF?  I hope he got off.
 
2014-02-25 07:19:53 PM  

SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab


Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?
 
2014-02-25 08:03:38 PM  

untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?


I asked her after getting flame-broiled here, today.  She said she was on active duty, and had probable cause to believe that the vehicle operator may have been drunk or otherwise impaired.  Definitely creating a loud disturbance with kids around, etc.  So she checked out the vehicle, and that was the end of it.
 
2014-02-25 08:29:28 PM  

SoupJohnB: untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?

I asked her after getting flame-broiled here, today.  She said she was on active duty, and had probable cause to believe that the vehicle operator may have been drunk or otherwise impaired.  Definitely creating a loud disturbance with kids around, etc.  So she checked out the vehicle, and that was the end of it.


That's not quite such a funny story, though, eh? Also...I will definitely admit that I am biased, and so may be wrong, but that story sounds like BS to me. He might be drunk because he yelled at her to hurry up? Creating a loud disturbance with kids around? How is yelling "hurry up" or whatever going to injure kids? Why mention kids if it's irrelevant? Etc. I'm just seeing a pattern, and again, it might be confirmation bias, but it sure seems suspicious to me. Would she have done the same thing if she were behind him instead of the object of his ire? Useless to ask now, of course, so I'm willing to concede the possibility.
 
2014-02-25 10:22:34 PM  

SoupJohnB: untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?

I asked her after getting flame-broiled here, today.  She said she was on active duty, and had probable cause to believe that the vehicle operator may have been drunk or otherwise impaired.  Definitely creating a loud disturbance with kids around, etc.  So she checked out the vehicle, and that was the end of it.


Teach you to ever post a story in a thread again! Jeez...
 
2014-02-25 10:44:58 PM  
Um-HMM.
 
2014-02-26 08:33:38 AM  
Oh.
My.
God.

How do we continue as a society?
 
2014-02-26 08:40:33 AM  

untaken_name: SoupJohnB: untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?

I asked her after getting flame-broiled here, today.  She said she was on active duty, and had probable cause to believe that the vehicle operator may have been drunk or otherwise impaired.  Definitely creating a loud disturbance with kids around, etc.  So she checked out the vehicle, and that was the end of it.

That's not quite such a funny story, though, eh? Also...I will definitely admit that I am biased, and so may be wrong, but that story sounds like BS to me. He might be drunk because he yelled at her to hurry up? Creating a loud disturbance with kids around? How is yelling "hurry up" or whatever going to injure kids? Why mention kids if it ...



If she thought the guy was drunk or impaired did she test him in any way?  What does "checked out the vehicle" mean?  She just looked at it?  Looked through the windows to see if there were any open containers?  Smelled for weed?  Is this part of her job as an investigator for the State Attorney?  Was she "on duty" simply by virtue of being salaried and on lunch break, or was she on some kind of patrol that's different from her investigator job?  Why was she getting lunch while on duty?  Was she then officially on police business when she said "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  Did she file a report, and was this mentioned in the report?

Or, maybe she just used her badge to win a pissing match in public and throw her weight around, and later used the various gray areas built into the law to justify it to you after you publicly blabbed about her private bragging...
 
2014-02-26 08:54:14 AM  

untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?


Did you really post this in the same thread as remark about a beatdown happening at a fast food counter? A random person walking up to a stranger's car and talking shiat to them is more likely to lead to the exact same kind of a fight breaking out. That's extremely unlikely if the jackass knows it's a cop, who's probably packing and knows how to use it. Would it have been better if she just flashed a gun and kept the badge hidden? No abuse of authority there, just good ol' disproprtionate threats and escalating the situation instead of the actual goal of making the guy calm the F down.

It was a CSB, and was funny until getting analyzed to death looking for an excuse to rail on cops.
 
2014-02-26 09:42:24 AM  

Syrrh: untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?

Did you really post this in the same thread as remark about a beatdown happening at a fast food counter? A random person walking up to a stranger's car and talking shiat to them is more likely to lead to the exact same kind of a fight breaking out. That's extremely unlikely if the jackass knows it's a cop, who's probably packing and knows how to use it. Would it have been better if she just flashed a gun and kept the badge hidden? No abuse of authority there, just good ol' disproprtionate threats and escalating the situation instead of the actual goal of making the guy calm the F down.

It was a CSB, and was funny until getting analyzed to death looking for ...


First time I've ever set off a shiatstorm on Fark; intentionally or otherwise.  Which I regret; so I'm changing my user name and moving to a foreign country.

/I know; welcometofark.jpg
 
2014-02-26 11:53:20 AM  

Syrrh: untaken_name: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: sethen320: SoupJohnB: I know a lady cop who worked plain clothes as an investigator for the State Attorney.  She was in the drive-thru at McDs grabbing some lunch when the car behind her blew the horn and the driver shouted, "Move yo' biatch ass!"

"Officer Helen" exited her vehicle, walked back and flashed her badge as she leaned down.  Then said calmly, "No, I think you'd better move yo' biatch ass."  D'OH!


I don't get it. Was she just using the badge to intimidate or did she have intent to bring legal action?

Well, I didn't ask her that question.  But I suppose it was intimidation, and not an invitation to join her Bridge Club.  :)

/has an MSW, and has done a lot of good work for female crime victims, btw

Regardless of the good things she has done that's not what the badge is for. there's a level of respinsibility which comes with it. That was not responsible. This isn't a blanket statement about your friend, just fact.

Ok-ok, I get it.  FARK has spoken, and now I see that she abused her authority.  Not funny.  My bad.

/sheesh

//meekly slinks back to Geek Tab

Just ask yourself if she would have done the same thing without the badge. Is what makes it funny that she put him in his place, or that she cowed him with her badge? If the former, why mention it?

Did you really post this in the same thread as remark about a beatdown happening at a fast food counter? A random person walking up to a stranger's car and talking shiat to them is more likely to lead to the exact same kind of a fight breaking out. That's extremely unlikely if the jackass knows it's a cop, who's probably packing and knows how to use it. Would it have been better if she just flashed a gun and kept the badge hidden? No abuse of authority there, just good ol' disproprtionate threats and escalating the situation instead of the actual goal of making the guy calm the F down.

It was a CSB, and was funny until getting analyzed to death looking for ...


Except that's nothing like what happened in the story as it was told.
 
2014-02-26 01:30:01 PM  
Could "Officer Helen" have succeeded without the badge and nothing more than a sassy in-your-face attitude? Maybe, depends on the asshole in question.
Could that have made the situation worse? Pretty good possiblity since the guy had no reason to listen to her and she's just pissing him off more. Even if it doesn't come down to a fistfight in the drive-thru, it is not having the desired effect. Satire but true:
http://www.theonion.com/articles/study-majority-of-calm-downs-ineffec t ive,6927/

On the scale of heinous abuses of police power that are in severe need of public shaming & restitution, this does not register in the slightest.
 
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