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Feb 13, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Stop it Coach! She is undeserving of your shtick. And she already answered the weight question.
I am a big police supporter, but I am not a big supporter of police BS.

The Police World is a $hitty world and cops should not drag their wives and family into that hemisphere of $hit.

Do you think it would be a good idea for a cop to bring his wife on a ghetto midnight shift "ride-along" where he pulled up to the scene of a housing project drug-related double homicide in a parking lot with a large disorderly crowd? The woman can't sleep anymore until he gets home from work.

Why would somebody do that to his wife. Why do some cops drag their wives to police funerals? Does the whole "worrying about him" thing make a woman wilder in the sack? I don't get it

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Feb 13, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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I am a big police supporter, but I am not a big supporter of police BS.
The Police World is a $hitty world and cops should not drag their wives and family into that hemisphere of $hit.
Do you think it would be a good idea for a cop to bring his wife on a ghetto midnight shift "ride-along" where he pulled up to the scene of a housing project drug-related double homicide in a parking lot with a large disorderly crowd? The woman can't sleep anymore until he gets home from work.
Why would somebody do that to his wife. Why do some cops drag their wives to police funerals? Does the whole "worrying about him" thing make a woman wilder in the sack? I don't get it
There is a "ride along" program in the BPD. Most of the participants are college students in the criminal justice programs. But also family members are included. No member of my family had a ride along. I always try to keep my work separate from my personal life but when questions are asked I answer them truthfully. When I came home with blood on my uniform, sometimes mine, sometimes somebody else's, I needed to explain. In this day of modern technology you cannot hide the reality of the world. Good or bad it's on the TV or computer 24/7. After a tour of duty there is a wind down period. Some cops do theirs in a tavern. I do mine at home.

My family knows there is always the chance I may not come home one night. They accept it because they know there is nothing they can do about it...but pray I do!

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Feb 13, 2013
 
By the way Coach, did you get your ashes yesterday???
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Apr 28, 2013
 
Thank you for writing this article, because its all true. It's nice to know that your not only supportive of your husbands career but you understand the daily, yearly, career experiences that impact us as human beings. After 7 years of service, I couldn't imagine doing anything else even though its changed me as a person. Glad to hear your husband retired, that's what we all strive for but a lot never make it alive long enough.
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Apr 28, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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There is a "ride along" program in the BPD. Most of the participants are college students in the criminal justice programs. But also family members are included. No member of my family had a ride along. I always try to keep my work separate from my personal life but when questions are asked I answer them truthfully. When I came home with blood on my uniform, sometimes mine, sometimes somebody else's, I needed to explain. In this day of modern technology you cannot hide the reality of the world. Good or bad it's on the TV or computer 24/7. After a tour of duty there is a wind down period. Some cops do theirs in a tavern. I do mine at home.
My family knows there is always the chance I may not come home one night. They accept it because they know there is nothing they can do about it...but pray I do!
You are not much of a cop if you don't know how to hide a stained uniform. BPD wears "metro blue" now, so blood only shows up when in close proximity. I understand it is harder to hide injuries, but most of those can also be lied away. Most cops keep a spare uniform at work anyway, even if it because it gets, wet, torn or pooped on or pooped in

I know a retired cop who used to "wind down" at home in the bathroom. He would experience a phenomenon he called "Pavlov's Gunbelt". His bowels had somehow trained themselves to move within minutes of entering the house. Even if he just took a dump at 2300 or so, he would experience intestinal distress as he turned on to his street. He would be "crowning" as he climbed his porch steps and the sweat would be popping out on his forehead as he undid his gun belt. Then he would dance the "Metamucil Mambo" before he went downstairs into the den to begin vidka noght

Now, THAT'S how to unwind
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Apr 28, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
By the way Coach, did you get your ashes yesterday???
When I was in Catholic grade school, they would walk us over to the church every ash Wednesday to get ashes and it used to gross me out. I thought that maybe if they ran out of burned palm branches, they would empty out a few ashtrays, and cigarettes have always grossed me out. I haven't had ashes since 8th grade
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Apr 28, 2013
 
STL210 wrote:
Thank you for writing this article, because its all true. It's nice to know that your not only supportive of your husbands career but you understand the daily, yearly, career experiences that impact us as human beings. After 7 years of service, I couldn't imagine doing anything else even though its changed me as a person. Glad to hear your husband retired, that's what we all strive for but a lot never make it alive long enough.
Wait until you hit around the 15 year mark. You will want to throw that radio into the river

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Apr 28, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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You are not much of a cop if you don't know how to hide a stained uniform. BPD wears "metro blue" now, so blood only shows up when in close proximity. I understand it is harder to hide injuries, but most of those can also be lied away. Most cops keep a spare uniform at work anyway, even if it because it gets, wet, torn or pooped on or pooped in
I know a retired cop who used to "wind down" at home in the bathroom. He would experience a phenomenon he called "Pavlov's Gunbelt". His bowels had somehow trained themselves to move within minutes of entering the house. Even if he just took a dump at 2300 or so, he would experience intestinal distress as he turned on to his street. He would be "crowning" as he climbed his porch steps and the sweat would be popping out on his forehead as he undid his gun belt. Then he would dance the "Metamucil Mambo" before he went downstairs into the den to begin vidka noght
Now, THAT'S how to unwind
Hide a stained uniform??? For what purpose??? And why would I hide or lie about injuries?

Besides, I never wore the "metro blue" shirts!
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Apr 28, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Hide a stained uniform??? For what purpose??? And why would I hide or lie about injuries?
Besides, I never wore the "metro blue" shirts!
You do your own laundry so your wife doesn't get worried about you

If the last time you were in uniform was in the sky blue shirt, it has been a while.

If you have been in plain clothes or a suit that long then you lied when you said you didn't play the game

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Apr 28, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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You do your own laundry so your wife doesn't get worried about you
If the last time you were in uniform was in the sky blue shirt, it has been a while.
If you have been in plain clothes or a suit that long then you lied when you said you didn't play the game
Play the game??? I never played the game.

You ever hear of seniority?

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Apr 28, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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You are not much of a cop if you don't know how to hide a stained uniform. BPD wears "metro blue" now, so blood only shows up when in close proximity. I understand it is harder to hide injuries, but most of those can also be lied away. Most cops keep a spare uniform at work anyway, even if it because it gets, wet, torn or pooped on or pooped in
I know a retired cop who used to "wind down" at home in the bathroom. He would experience a phenomenon he called "Pavlov's Gunbelt". His bowels had somehow trained themselves to move within minutes of entering the house. Even if he just took a dump at 2300 or so, he would experience intestinal distress as he turned on to his street. He would be "crowning" as he climbed his porch steps and the sweat would be popping out on his forehead as he undid his gun belt. Then he would dance the "Metamucil Mambo" before he went downstairs into the den to begin vidka noght
Now, THAT'S how to unwind
Where are all the little kids that follow life around.
If I made this post they would have all been all over it by now.
Life what is "even if it because it gets,"
Got to love your little kids that follow you and never bring up your mistakes but are right there if I make one.
Have a nice afternoon
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Apr 28, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Play the game??? I never played the game.
You ever hear of seniority?
Seniority does not matter for narcotics assignments. It's who you know and who you bl0w
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Apr 28, 2013
 
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text> Where are all the little kids that follow life around.
If I made this post they would have all been all over it by now.
Life what is "even if it because it gets,"
Got to love your little kids that follow you and never bring up your mistakes but are right there if I make one.
Have a nice afternoon
It's called a typo, BOCESboy

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Apr 28, 2013
 
BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Hide a stained uniform??? For what purpose??? And why would I hide or lie about injuries?
Besides, I never wore the "metro blue" shirts!
YOU had to.
YOU know Life Coach knows everything about everything and if he said you did you did.
Even if he has never been a cop, firefighter, teacher,autoworker, EMT. ect.
He knows all about it and he knows what these people go through.
Just ask him how it feels to go to a car crash and pull the injured people out or what it is like to don a Scott air pack and go into a burning house.
He will tell you all about it even if he has never done it in his life.
So IF life said you wore a " Metro Blue shirt" you had to have worn a " metro Blue shirt"
Have a nice day
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Apr 28, 2013
 
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text> YOU had to.
YOU know Life Coach knows everything about everything and if he said you did you did.
Even if he has never been a cop, firefighter, teacher,autoworker, EMT. ect.
He knows all about it and he knows what these people go through.
Just ask him how it feels to go to a car crash and pull the injured people out or what it is like to don a Scott air pack and go into a burning house.
He will tell you all about it even if he has never done it in his life.
So IF life said you wore a " Metro Blue shirt" you had to have worn a " metro Blue shirt"
Have a nice day
Gee, talk about "little kids"

Could you sound any whinier Tbird?

wah, wah, wah, Life Coach is a know-it-all, wah, wah, wah.

With all of your whining, it's no wonder you remain the subject of constant ridicule. You'll never learn...
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Apr 28, 2013
 
tbird19482 wrote:
<quoted text> YOU had to.
YOU know Life Coach knows everything about everything and if he said you did you did.
Even if he has never been a cop, firefighter, teacher,autoworker, EMT. ect.
He knows all about it and he knows what these people go through.
Just ask him how it feels to go to a car crash and pull the injured people out or what it is like to don a Scott air pack and go into a burning house.
He will tell you all about it even if he has never done it in his life.
So IF life said you wore a " Metro Blue shirt" you had to have worn a " metro Blue shirt"
Have a nice day
Well, I don't know everything, but I have heard you have 70 cats

I never said Neocon had to have worn a metro blue shirt. I do know that the BPD used to wear light blue shirts, but switched over to the very dark blue shirts a while ago (10-12 years maybe?)

If Neocon never work the dark blue, that means he has been away from a uniformed assignment for quite some time

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Apr 28, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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Well, I don't know everything, but I have heard you have 70 cats
I never said Neocon had to have worn a metro blue shirt. I do know that the BPD used to wear light blue shirts, but switched over to the very dark blue shirts a while ago (10-12 years maybe?)
If Neocon never work the dark blue, that means he has been away from a uniformed assignment for quite some time
Well it only goes to show you that you should not believe everything you read on topix.
Especially if it comes from you.
Have a nice night

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Apr 28, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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Seniority does not matter for narcotics assignments. It's who you know and who you bl0w
I wore the light blue shirts as a Police Officer before being promoted. After that I wore white shirts.

Any promotions I received came off Civil Service lists unlike the present Commissioner and Deputy Commissioners who bought all their promotions. Police Officer is the only Civil Service rank two of them had. The other rump came from the DEA and became a Deputy Commissioner for only one reason. It was a pay off to a Council Member for his vote for the Commissioner.

All transfers are now based on seniority. You put in a request and your names is put on the list based on seniority. An updated list comes out monthly.

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Apr 29, 2013
 
Lifeeeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhh wrote:
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So you are saying for example a guy who has no interest in traffic enforcement can go to the traffic unit?
Why would a guy who has no interest in traffic enforcement want to go to Traffic????
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BFLO NEOCON wrote:
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Why would a guy who has no interest in traffic enforcement want to go to Traffic????
So he wouldn't have to do real police work and work better hours.(DUH)

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