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The Crunch Funky

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FTW wrote:
<quoted text>Why Rhonda do you care so much about things that matter so little? Your trite,dull,misanthropic ordeals in childish semantics are indescribably stupid.
the oink oink has spoken. basking in the mud.
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The Crunch Funky wrote:
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the oink oink has spoken. basking in the mud.
Your telling me you think this broad is making valid points about an important topic?Please explain.

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nickbo13 wrote:
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So they are honoring a policeman by calling him a fireman and to be politically correct they need to include the other fireman who is not a cop?
What if a cop worked part-time as a Security Guard at a bar ( a bouncer), and one night a gunman came in and shot two bounces.
Would the Firemen's ball people be politically correct by
"Honoring 2 Bouncers"? What if the the other bounce's full time job was only at McDonalds?
Youíre too funny. Any police officer on or off duty, volunteering as a fire fighter or working as a bouncer on their off time, will most likely be honored for their services as a law enforcement officer. They also honored the other fire fighter as he too volunteered his spare time to help others. Now I donít know what you do in your free time, but it would be nice to know if you do put your life on the line for people you have never met, that the people who share your understanding of why you do what you do will remember you and your family for giving only what these people give. Go ask a volunteer fire fighter, medic or law enforcement officer why they do what they do. You might just be surprised of the answers you get.

Since: Jan 08

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moneyman67 wrote:
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Youíre too funny. Any police officer on or off duty, volunteering as a fire fighter or working as a bouncer on their off time, will most likely be honored for their services as a law enforcement officer. They also honored the other fire fighter as he too volunteered his spare time to help others. Now I donít know what you do in your free time, but it would be nice to know if you do put your life on the line for people you have never met, that the people who share your understanding of why you do what you do will remember you and your family for giving only what these people give. Go ask a volunteer fire fighter, medic or law enforcement officer why they do what they do. You might just be surprised of the answers you get.
Put their life on the line??? You act as if medics, firemen and police have such a dangerous job that they are dropping dead like flies around here. When is the last time a medic in the Rochester Region-Finger Lakes Region has been killed in the line of duty? Or how about even a firemen or cop??

I think any black unemployed city resident puts their life on the line then any of these fools at a police ball honoring 2 firemen that did nothing heroic then get caught be surprised and shot.

How come they are not honoring all the police that left these 2 firemen for hours on the ground after being shot?? You know all the Webster, State Police, and Sheriff's that waited and waited probable because they didn't want to put their life on the line by getting in their and trying to save these 2 firemen and getting them to the hospital.
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Lionel Jefferson wrote:
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Put their life on the line??? You act as if medics, firemen and police have such a dangerous job that they are dropping dead like flies around here. When is the last time a medic in the Rochester Region-Finger Lakes Region has been killed in the line of duty? Or how about even a firemen or cop??
I think any black unemployed city resident puts their life on the line then any of these fools at a police ball honoring 2 firemen that did nothing heroic then get caught be surprised and shot.
How come they are not honoring all the police that left these 2 firemen for hours on the ground after being shot?? You know all the Webster, State Police, and Sheriff's that waited and waited probable because they didn't want to put their life on the line by getting in their and trying to save these 2 firemen and getting them to the hospital.
How daft can one be? You do not send more people into the line of fire to save the wounded.It is to likely to put more people in the same situation and lead to a bigger cluster-f*#&. You obviously have no clue about critical threat assessment and tactics.For someone who thinks they are a pure genius even elementary concepts need to be explained to you.
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May 8, 2013
 
What the police SHOULD do is honor the repeat offenders who keep the crime stats high enough to justify their jobs.

Without the sacrifice of the black community, the vast number of law "enforcement" officers wouldn't be able to enjoy getting paid to sit in their cars and play digital solitare until they retire ...

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ALBANY Ė Webster Lt. Michael Chiapperini, who was killed responding to a fire on Christmas Eve last year, will be among 16 police officers honored Wednesday at the annual New York State Police Officers Memorial ceremony.

Chiapperini, 43, also a volunteer with the West Webster Fire Department in Monroe County, was killed when a gunman set his Webster home ablaze then fatally shot two first responders.
Chiapperiniís name will be added to the black granite memorial in the Empire State Plaza that lists the names of 1,340 police officers who have died in the line of duty in New York.
The 16 officers to be honored Wednesday include four who died in the line of duty in 2012, as well as six from Long Island and New York City who died from illnesses related to 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Six historical deaths will be also be recognized, including Monroe County Deputy Sheriff James Conheady, who died in 1947.
Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy, the former Rochester police chief, and State Police Superintendent Joseph DíAmico are expected to attend the ceremony.

HA! Here you go all you haters! SUCK IT! I canít wait till you need to call a cop or fire fighter to help your sorry butt!

“Reality is settling in...”

Since: Nov 08

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May 8, 2013
 
Ha Ha wrote:
What the police SHOULD do is honor the repeat offenders who keep the crime stats high enough to justify their jobs.
Without the sacrifice of the black community, the vast number of law "enforcement" officers wouldn't be able to enjoy getting paid to sit in their cars and play digital solitare until they retire ...
Now that's a thought!
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May 8, 2013
 
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>How daft can one be? You do not send more people into the line of fire to save the wounded.It is to likely to put more people in the same situation and lead to a bigger cluster-f*#&. You obviously have no clue about critical threat assessment and tactics.For someone who thinks they are a pure genius even elementary concepts need to be explained to you.
Any of you who disagree with this are clueless. If someone is wounded and has cover you do not put others in danger to extract them. You wait until there is proper back up to give cover fire or the threat is eliminated. You risk getting more people injured extracting them while receiving fire, especially when you do not know where your shooter is. As was the case in Webster.

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