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Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#55 Jan 12, 2013
Larry Mondello

Buffalo, NY

#56 Jan 12, 2013
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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We lock them up and your liberal Judges let them go.
I never said I was a ''Liberal''. You are your butt buddy Jimmy Z just assume I am.

Since: May 12

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#57 Jan 12, 2013
Larry Mondello wrote:
<quoted text>I never said I was a ''Liberal''. You are your butt buddy Jimmy Z just assume I am.
Does every one of your posts require a homosexual overtone? Don't you get enough of that on your job?
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#58 Jan 12, 2013
Hey, Neocon....Are you aware that for a man in his 50's failure to let go of that whole police thing is a form of mental illness?

By the way....THREE MORE SHIFTS

Let me repeat THREE MORE SHIFTS...

My last shave is Wednesday

Since: May 12

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#59 Jan 12, 2013
I know my limitations and I happen to be in my 60's.
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#60 Jan 12, 2013
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
I know my limitations and I happen to be in my 60's.
If you are in your 60's and you are not riding a desk, then you are REALLY sick

I know a guy who is 59. He is out right now with "heart failure" which was caused by pneumonia. He is just a patrolman who had a short stint as a detective about 15 years ago. The guy is trying to come back to work. His wife is a nurse who makes about 80K with OT. One of his legs is shorter than the other and he walks with a limp. He has a 3-hair comb-over. His teeth are rotting. He has 35 years. He is working for about 500 bucks a month

I don't get it

LET GO FORCHRISTSAKE

Since: May 12

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#61 Jan 12, 2013
People are surprised when I tell them I'm in my 60s. They say I don't look anywhere near 60. Besides, my health is good. I have a member of my unit who is 62!

I had a desk job for awhile. I couldn't handle the boredom.
Taxpayer

Buffalo, NY

#62 Jan 13, 2013
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
To those not retired, you will get there someday. To the others, I just had to pass this on.
Pass this on to any other retiree you know that I may have skipped over.
I think we can all relate in one way or another to this ... especially the last paragraph!
Thoughts from a Suffolk PD officer who retired in '89.
Just before retiring, some young puppy was busting my chops about how law enforcement has changed, and the system is improving for the best. I just smiled and gave him a little laugh.
He asked what was so funny. I told him that I felt sorry for him. When asked why, I told him, "Because in about 15 years, THIS is going to be your good old days."
We all saw the change in our jobs. I came on in 1970. I used to tell the rookies that our academy lasted 3 months. They gave us a stick, a gun, a dime, and kicked us out into the street. They told us: If you need help, use the dime. If you can't get to a phone, use the stick. If using the stick pisses him off, use the gun.
And the first order we received when we were assigned to a precinct was from our field sergeant. His order was "Don't you EVER bother me, kid."
Law enforcement then, was much different than the current mission. We delivered babies, got rough in the alley when we needed to, made "Solomon-like" decisions at least once a tour, and often wound up being big brother to the kid we roughed up in that alley a year or so ago. And, for some reason, none of that managed to get on a report. And the department didn't really want to know. All they wanted was numbers, and no ripples in the pond.
Because of the changing times, and the evolution of law enforcement, the modern young officers will never see that form of policing, and of course this is best. The current way is the right way... now. But it was different then (ergo, the Dinosaur Syndrome).
When it's time to go, we wonder if we're going to miss the job. After all, other than our kids and a few marriages, it was the most important thing in our lives. Actually, it was the other way around. The job was first, but only another cop could understand how I mean that.
But have faith, brother! After a short time of feeling completely impudent,(after all, you're just John Q. now), reality hits like a lead weight.
It's not the job we miss after all. It's what we, as individuals, had accomplished while in this profession that we miss. The challenge of life and death, good and bad, right and wrong, or even simply easing the pain of some poor bastard for a while, someone we will never see again.
Thanks for your service. Live long & Strong!
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#65 Jan 13, 2013
Taxpayer wrote:
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Thanks for your service. Live long & Strong!
Don't be such a suck up
Larry Mondello

Buffalo, NY

#67 Jan 13, 2013
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Does every one of your posts require a homosexual overtone? Don't you get enough of that on your job?
Considering that you are so infatuated with me, another man, that you have my name in the header of every post you make, you are in no position to question the sexuality of ANYONE!
Larry Mondello

Buffalo, NY

#68 Jan 13, 2013
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
I know my limitations and I happen to be in my 60's.
PS...yer old! LOL
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#69 Jan 13, 2013
Larry Mondello wrote:
<quoted text> Considering that you are so infatuated with me, another man, that you have my name in the header of every post you make, you are in no position to question the sexuality of ANYONE!
Do you think he wants to hit you in the balloon knot, or the other way around?

I know that is a dumb question, but saying, hearing, writing or reading the word "balloon knot" makes me laugh

I remember the first time I read it. It was in the old Buffalo Chat room where some guy calling himself "Rock" asked some girl "Can I hit you in the balloon knot"

A few years back a guy I work with was going through some pretty serious personal problems and some pretty serious problems at work. When he was feeling down, all I had to do was say the word "balloon knot" and he would cheer up. Sometimes he would say it to cheer himself up. He is doing fine now

Balloon knot...
Larry Mondello

Buffalo, NY

#70 Jan 14, 2013
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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Do you think he wants to hit you in the balloon knot, or the other way around?
I know that is a dumb question, but saying, hearing, writing or reading the word "balloon knot" makes me laugh
I remember the first time I read it. It was in the old Buffalo Chat room where some guy calling himself "Rock" asked some girl "Can I hit you in the balloon knot"
A few years back a guy I work with was going through some pretty serious personal problems and some pretty serious problems at work. When he was feeling down, all I had to do was say the word "balloon knot" and he would cheer up. Sometimes he would say it to cheer himself up. He is doing fine now
Balloon knot...
Judging by his posts, I'm reasonably certain that NEOCON likes to catch more than he likes to pitch. I also remember that guy named ''Rock'' from that chat room, he was a Douchebag!
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

Chesapeake, VA

#71 Jan 14, 2013
Larry Mondello wrote:
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Judging by his posts, I'm reasonably certain that NEOCON likes to catch more than he likes to pitch. I also remember that guy named ''Rock'' from that chat room, he was a Douchebag!
I made Rock so mad one time I got him to go up to Denny's at 1AM to fight me. I didn't show up

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