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NEOCONS Wife

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Anyone ever wonder why cops are such 'pricks'? Every shitty, rotten, horrible, scary situation that exists in life, cops deal with it. Repeatedly. Every friggen' day. Your 'worst day ever' is just another tour. Car accident, homicide, rape, robbery, baby mama drama, baby daddy drama, family dispute over who gets the last pork chop that winds up with a dinner guest sporting a steak knife in the chest, a kid that goes missing or runs away, a Dad who gets tanked up and uses Mom as a speed bag, a drug overdose, hostage situations...every despicable thing that one human being can do to another is what the police are immersed in every day.
Just a little note, when your 'emotionally disturbed' family member is off his/her meds and is a danger to himself or to society and the police have to be called to the scene, try to remember they are the POLICE. If you wanted a social worker or a psychologist, you should have dialed one directly.
Stuff like this happens all the time. You call, they come. When they come, it is likely that someone will be leaving in handcuffs. You cannot call the police to a violent situation and expect that in the end, everyone's tears will be dried, hot chocolate and cookies will be handed out to be enjoyed by all and "Kumbaya" will be heard in the background.
They are law enforcement officers. They enforce the law. You do not get to determine how they execute their duties. If you could have handled the bag of crap you called them about, you would have. You couldn't, so just shut the hell up and deal with the fact that your husband/wife/brother/sister/ba by mama/baby daddy/child/BFF could very well be spending time as a guest of the municipality who came to answer your call for help.
Cops hang out with other cops. They get each other; they don't have to explain themselves. They laugh at things other people think inappropriate.
Their humor is dark, but they love to laugh. They work second jobs and they are Boy Scout Leaders, lacrosse, football, soccer, hockey and baseball coaches. They spend twenty plus years being tired and grumpy from the commute, the crazy hours, the job and pain in the butt bosses. When they walk in the door and the kids yell,“Daddy!” or,“Mommy!” they‘re ready with a big hug, a smile and a “What’s up guys?” How, you ask, do I know these things? I have spent over 30 years being married to one of them. He trusts no one. He is a cop’s cop. He has an amazing memory and eye for detail that is astounding.
Anyone who has ever worked with him will tell you he is probably a little crazy. For over 30 years, I watched him walk out the door and I always prayed that he would come back. There were some really close calls, but he always made it home. I have never taken that for granted, I know too well the ache and emptiness in the eyes of the survivors of the badge.
Cops are pricks. It's what keeps them alive and whole, because if they let all the crap they deal with actually sink in, it would destroy their souls. So they will deal with the things you don't want to believe really happen. They will be physically and emotionally bruised, battered and bloodied. There is one thing that a cop wants every day when he or she goes into work – just one thing. At the end of tour, they want to go home. That’s it, just to make it home where things are normal, boring and safe. When all is said and done, that really is their job - to make it through the day and arrive home safe and sound.
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We. All know NEOCON is a queer
Son ot Tbird

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and some also consider Topix to be home among the cretins of the world
Son ot Tbird

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30years. Crime rate unchanged...maybe worse, pension maxxed out....he is nolonger making a difference. time to retire. Just wait til yu have to see him all day every day
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Did you notice how Mrs Neocon stopped posting when I asked how much she weighs?
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Son ot Tbird wrote:
I bet she isn't too fat.
I would guess about 185

If she was any bigger than that, Neocon would have run off with a police groupie
dahdahdea

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Jan 3, 2013
 
if I ever made decision to become a cop I would instantly become mad at everyone..

based on the fact that i'm probably gonna die.. from some dumb criminal shooting me..
Larry Mondello

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I like how NEOCONS life partner calls himself ''NEOCONS WIFE''. LOL.
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Larry Mondello wrote:
I like how NEOCONS life partner calls himself ''NEOCONS WIFE''. LOL.
You don't know them

You can't judge their balloon knots
Shades of Blue

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Feb 9, 2013
 
I'm not quite sure who Nrocon (I think the person who posted to this site was Neocon) is, but I am the original author. I wrote the original post in December 2012 and posted it on Facebook. I pretty much just shared it with my friends and since then it has been all over the place. I suffered no emotional trauma from my husband sharing his work stories, but thank you for your concern.
You needn't be sorry to hear that he is a 'cops cop', his brothers and sisters in blue were happy he was that kind of cop. Whatever he chose to do in life, he would have been amazingly successful because he possesses an amazing drive and passion, but he chose police work.
My husband has been retired for over six years and I am happy to report that he is doing wonderfully. Again, thank you for your concern. He has enjoyed a second career and I continue to work as well.
I enjoy bike riding, skiing, swimming and boating. I generally weigh about 114, but I've had 2 major surgeries in the past few years, so I'm a little off my 'fighting weight', but I'm working out regularly, so it won't be long. Nowhere near the 185 that was mentioned.
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Shades of Blue wrote:
I'm not quite sure who Nrocon (I think the person who posted to this site was Neocon) is, but I am the original author. I wrote the original post in December 2012 and posted it on Facebook. I pretty much just shared it with my friends and since then it has been all over the place. I suffered no emotional trauma from my husband sharing his work stories, but thank you for your concern.
You needn't be sorry to hear that he is a 'cops cop', his brothers and sisters in blue were happy he was that kind of cop. Whatever he chose to do in life, he would have been amazingly successful because he possesses an amazing drive and passion, but he chose police work.
My husband has been retired for over six years and I am happy to report that he is doing wonderfully. Again, thank you for your concern. He has enjoyed a second career and I continue to work as well.
I enjoy bike riding, skiing, swimming and boating. I generally weigh about 114, but I've had 2 major surgeries in the past few years, so I'm a little off my 'fighting weight', but I'm working out regularly, so it won't be long. Nowhere near the 185 that was mentioned.
So what makes you think he was such a wonderful cop? A "cop's cop"? did you hear that at his retirement ceremony? They say that about EVERY cop at their retirement-even the most useless ones.
Mister Bwaha

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Feb 11, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
So what makes you think he was such a wonderful cop? A "cop's cop"? did you hear that at his retirement ceremony? They say that about EVERY cop at their retirement-even the most useless ones.
Apparently you don't realize you've been responding to a copy & paste from one of several websites/forums.

Just Google any sentence from the post and see for yourself.

Bwaaahahahahahahahaha!
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Mister Bwaha wrote:
<quoted text>Apparently you don't realize you've been responding to a copy & paste from one of several websites/forums.
Just Google any sentence from the post and see for yourself.
Bwaaahahahahahahahaha!
I was responding to the woman who claims she was the original author
Shades of Blue

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Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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So what makes you think he was such a wonderful cop? A "cop's cop"? did you hear that at his retirement ceremony? They say that about EVERY cop at their retirement-even the most useless ones.
I don't think it, I know it. The family of 5 that he saved from a blazing fire as a young cop in the 115Pct knows it. The cop who was shot in the leg in an ambush who was hustled into an RMP and whisked to the hospital without having to wait for an ambulance arrive(it was my husband who got him to the hospital and had a trauma team ready)knows it. My husband saw him about 4 weeks ago. His words were, "Bro, you saved my ass...I was bleeding out". The family of the 70 year old woman who was murdered in a precedent setting insurance fraud case knows it because he collared the three savages who killed their family member. The double-homicide murderous animal who was collared and convicted after an 18 month endless investigation knows it.

What's up with you anyway? Did you take the test and not get the job? Had to settle for some square badge mall cop spot bagging shoplifters while the big boys and girls go after real criminals?
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Shades of Blue wrote:
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I don't think it, I know it. The family of 5 that he saved from a blazing fire as a young cop in the 115Pct knows it. The cop who was shot in the leg in an ambush who was hustled into an RMP and whisked to the hospital without having to wait for an ambulance arrive(it was my husband who got him to the hospital and had a trauma team ready)knows it. My husband saw him about 4 weeks ago. His words were, "Bro, you saved my ass...I was bleeding out". The family of the 70 year old woman who was murdered in a precedent setting insurance fraud case knows it because he collared the three savages who killed their family member. The double-homicide murderous animal who was collared and convicted after an 18 month endless investigation knows it.
What's up with you anyway? Did you take the test and not get the job? Had to settle for some square badge mall cop spot bagging shoplifters while the big boys and girls go after real criminals?
What you have told me was:

1. He is a good fireman

2. He is a good ambulance driver

3. He solved one case

I was never a mall cop, but don't say bad things about mall cops. I think Paul Blart is really cool

Shades of Blue

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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What you have told me was:
1. He is a good fireman
2. He is a good ambulance driver
3. He solved one case
I was never a mall cop, but don't say bad things about mall cops. I think Paul Blart is really cool
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =eeryJdsbjIIXX
You bore me. It isn't even fun to spar with you. I'll be in Faifax, VA speaking with the men and women on the job down there in the Spring. If they let you in, you can listen...
Matt Kruse

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I believe a cop would be more relaxed and healthy if he had 70 cats.
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Matt Kruse wrote:
I believe a cop would be more relaxed and healthy if he had 70 cats.
I agree. Same with volunteer firemen with 600 lb wives who are HAM radio operators
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Shades of Blue wrote:
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You bore me. It isn't even fun to spar with you. I'll be in Faifax, VA speaking with the men and women on the job down there in the Spring. If they let you in, you can listen...
So you partake in a travelling road show of cops and cops wives who are looking for sympathy and a pat on the back? Will you be in DC for "Police Memorial Week" ? Are you riding a bicycle there? How drunk will you be? How much do you weigh?

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Feb 12, 2013
 
Lifeeeeee Coachhhhhhhhhhh wrote:
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So you partake in a travelling road show of cops and cops wives who are looking for sympathy and a pat on the back? Will you be in DC for "Police Memorial Week" ? Are you riding a bicycle there? How drunk will you be? How much do you weigh?
Stop it Coach! She is undeserving of your shtick. And she already answered the weight question.

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