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Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

You're funny! No, Norris did not beat Price by many, many votes. It was extremely close and Duncan was right in there with them. That shows how far off the mark you are. As for my identity, I'm a single mother with three kids to raise and protect. You think I'm stupid enough to throw my information out there so some of my "customers " can come find me?? Shows how little you know about officers and their lives. Any officer on here can validate what I'm saying. And there are even a few on here that know who I really am and what I do. And if that incident involving Still truly occurred, then it would have been documented and issued a case number. That's a fairly large incident to have occurred and no one else heard about it. Did anyone else out there hear about it? When did it occur? I'm just trying to get to the facts here.  (Jul 9, 2012 | post #22)

Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

Wow, hit a nerve did I? You have just proved, with this post, that you have no idea what you are talking about. I do know what an open records request is, along with many other things. However, if you knew so much about this, then you would have easily been able to provide me with a case number concerning this incident. As for terminology, you again proved you are talking out of your arse. You are not doing your employer any favors with your nonsensical rants, cupcake. If Still is, indeed, preventing his property from being used to transport drugs, then I applaud him. However, this does not make him a cop. It also concerns me, if he did win, would he be willing to set aside his farm to devote his time to properly running the county? There are way too many duties running the county to be able to do both properly. I have several family members who are farmers with large crops, including growing watermelons, and they are extremely busy people. Way too busy to do much else. It's certainly not a job I'm up for. Oh, and as for my job, I don't need to prove anything to anyone, as I'm not running for an elected position. But my desk is a Dodge Charger with disco lights on top and it goes "woop woop" when I push a little magic button. And the only time I sit at a computer is when I'm filing a report.  (Jul 9, 2012 | post #18)

Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

Fine. What's the case number for Still's big drug bust? If you've already looked it up and are so knowledgable about it, then you should have that info. Give me the case number and I'll be glad to dig into this information.  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #12)

Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

I've been in law enforcement for 12 years, 3 of those on a tactical unit doing things that would make you pee your pants. I didn't choose this profession on a lark, I was called to it by God. I don't make light of anyone who chooses this profession, as it is an honorable one in my eyes. However, I do get a little miffed when a watermelon farmer thinks he can step in and do a better job than those who have been doing it for years already. And I don't take it lightly when you are spouting off that he has done these "noble and courageous" acts without providing any documentation whatsoever. There are thousands that do that every day without recognition and many that have died doing it, yet you expect us to believe this one man did it and us to bow down at his feet? I don't think so, cupcake. I refuse to say I don't feel fear when I do some of the things I have to do, because I do. Any officer worth their salt feels fear on their job. They just don't let it stop them from doing what is right and what they swore to do. You have no clue what officers of all types do, nor what they go through. If you did, you would show a little more respect for what the job entails.  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #10)

Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

I didn't figure you had any documentation backing up your border story. Anyhoo, I'm not scared of anyone running for Sheriff, but I do have concerns if some that are running win. Who wouldn't be? As for not needing or requiring someone to have law enforcement experience to run for Sheriff, of course it's not needed or required, but it sure is WANTED! That's just plain common sense!  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #6)

Henderson, TX

Still stops drug smuggling attempt on the Mexican border

Seriously, post the article link, please. And did he wear his tights and superhero cape while he did it? And for the love of all that is holy, it's "cojones "! Please at least get your Spanish slang right!  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #2)

Henderson, TX

Still for RC Sheriff

Sorry, I've had dinner already so I'm not hungry. And of course he'll be on the ballot in November. Duh. There's no Democratic competition there. Thanks for that, Captain Obvious! Lol!  (Jul 8, 2012 | post #28)

Henderson, TX

Henderson Police Dept

The police department isn't the one making this decision, the city manager is. The officers don't want to move over there but if the city manager and council make them, then they have no choice.  (Jul 7, 2012 | post #26)

Henderson, TX

pot heads

I have a couple of family members that do but they tend to avoid me since I'm a cop. Other than that I do not associate with people who use illegal drugs.  (Jul 6, 2012 | post #26)

Henderson, TX

pot heads

It was for my own personal enjoyment. I find potheads to be useless and amusing. I'm not making anyone out to look stupid when they're obviously doing it to themselves.  (Jul 5, 2012 | post #23)

Henderson, TX

pot heads

It obviously hasn't helped you with proper grammar or punctuation. You are quite amusing in a sad little way.  (Jul 5, 2012 | post #21)

Henderson, TX

what date do u think GOD is coming back

I have heard, on many occasion, that in all lies, there is an essence of truth. And while I detest deceitfulness in all forms, I understand that some people are naturally geared toward it, and that nothing I say or do will affect that. I also believe that some are prone to embellishment, as I'm sure you've witnessed in your life. If these things are true today, then I'm sure they were true when the Bible was written, as man is consistent in behavior, if nothing else. If I am to follow God as a father figure and leader, then I would expect correction and consequences for disobedience and wrongdoing. However, I do not believe that God is a horrible, vengeful tyrant hell-bent on making me, or anyone else, miserable. I believe man made him out to be that way with his convoluted interpretations. The feelings I get from reading the Bible is that I am supposed to behave in a compassionate, tolerant, forgiving and gentle way with others. It is not my place to judge or condemn. I believe that we are supposed to enjoy life while we're here and laugh as much as possible. I do believe that God wants us to worship him, but in a loving and awestruck manner. I know that since I have started living my life by these ideas, I have never been happier. I have been blessed beyond my own belief in happiness, satisfaction, and abundance. I don't have all the answers but I guess this is where my faith comes in. I'll not go out of my way to chase someone down and start spouting cliched words of religious fanaticism to them. Instead, if asked, I will share my life experiences and let them make up their own mind. I agree that the Bible has many things that sound so wrong. It also has some that sound so very right. I try to focus on those and let my heart and common sense lead me in the right direction. It hasn't failed me so far!  (Jul 3, 2012 | post #39)

Henderson, TX

what date do u think GOD is coming back

Yes, mankind has the capabilities, but rarely does he/she use those gifts. Even the most intelligent, logical minded people will fall to their human emotions and desires. As for your description of God, you must realize that the Bible was written by man, with man's interpretation of what God had in mind. That alone shows that it should not be taken literally in most cases, due to man being inherently flawed. Each person will translate or interpret what they believe it to mean and, having been translated, and written, a few times over, I'm sure many things were lost in translation. This is where common sense comes into play. True Christians with common sense know what God wants from his followers. He doesn't want tyrants and bigots, but compassionate and tolerant individuals who are willing to love and forgive. I do not agree with those who shove Christianity down the throats of others, as that is not the way I believe God wants His message spread. I do not believe as a previous poster stated and that you are beyond redemption merely because you have questions about beliefs. That is not how God works. I know the Bible shows him to be a tyrant and heavy handed in some areas, but that's how the writers of the books saw him. That's their interpretation of how He was. And not all books of the Bible refer to Him that way. He is portrayed in other areas as a kind and loving father figure. To take the Bible word for word, literally, is folly, as you would be following the words of man, not God. One has to see past the words and to the message, which is what I feel God truly intended. But then you come back to the idea of common sense, which we know isn't so...well...common. Lol!  (Jul 3, 2012 | post #37)

Henderson, TX

what date do u think GOD is coming back

God has always had credibility. It's man that has been ruled by doubts and faithlessness. Then again, man is an illogical and unreasonable creature, ruled by emotion and driven by a constant desire to want more, have more, do more, and to know more. And, yes, I include women in that sentiment. Lol!  (Jul 3, 2012 | post #34)

Henderson, TX

what date do u think GOD is coming back

I can understand what you say. It doesn't make it sound any less judgmental, though. And even if someone says something you don't agree with, does that mean you are required to demean them or what they say? Or would it be more meaningful and mature to just let it go? How one reacts to things others say and do can show much about their character, regardless of their choice, or lack of choice, of religion.  (Jul 1, 2012 | post #30)