By Anonymous - 17/10/2021 08:01
By Anonymous - 16/10/2021 20:00
By Anonymous - 16/04/2020 14:00
By Cowgirl1293 - 26/08/2021 00:01
By ashleyrc_8213 - 11/05/2020 20:00
By Anonymous - 17/02/2021 20:01
Add a comment - Reply to : #
I agree on over reacting when really, the older age groups should look at themselves (talking 20s-30s). Where do you think the kids got the idea of cops and doughnuts? TV/movies.. The media. How many men and women are depressed for not being what the media tells them is ideal? How much of peoples' life styles are changing because the media has said that what has worked for thousands of years isn't "normal"? The kids have an excuse, what's their parents' excuse?
Dude, fuck the cops. I've seen it too many times. On my street, or down the road i should say, we have a pizza place, a donut shop and a mexican food place. An ambulance, cops, and firetrucks have all stopped, ignored calls to eat their food. I know they ignored them too cause i walked by their cars and trucks and the radio was going crazy about calls and everything and every time none of them left. So if some little kids are going to stereotype them, then it's funny and true.
Even cops have to eat lunch. Shocking, I know. They didn't react because they were on break and other patrol cars were out there on duty responding to the radio. There are people who are bad at their profession in any job. Both good and bad cops exist. We can't judge the whole lot of them based on what we see individuals doing. They have a high risk job and one that requires a lot of dedication, so give them a little credit.
Let me school you here son. Just because their radios were "going crazy about calls" to you doesn't mean 1. They were ignoring them. I promise they were all listening and would react if needed. And 2. The general public don't understand most of the police lingo and can hear a bunch of transmissions and think its something serious when it really isn't. So many meals are left on tables from having to run out for emergencies. They could be assigned to a designated area and you're hearing traffic for other areas of service. How do I know this? I'm a cop and our Parish/County is 110 miles long and officers in the south can hear transmissions from the central and north areas, and vice versa. So "fuck the cops"? How about you call a crackhead next time you need help and see what happens.
Did u ever stop and think that there are others running those calls from dispatch because they are stationed closer to the call? They all don't just up and run when a call comes because its not in their area. Otherwise they would go. They're these things called contracts with the city/county. They have to respond. It's what they do.. Cops/EMS/and fire dept people are normally posted in districts (areas of which they stay) dispatch tells them when to respond and guess what!? They have radios and pagers too! Stop being so simple minded and immature.
The sad thing is the kids knew cops are useless for most anything except inhaling donuts. World smart IMO
I think that's a legit question. Actually, the first police i saw i the U.S. was eating donuts like crazy.