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  1. Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    Massad Ayoob is the last one I will ever take advice from again. He has outed himself as exactly the kind of cop that everyone should fear is out there walkin' around free when they don't deserve to live among civilized human beings.

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    All he has to do is be a cop to out himself as exactly the kind of cop that everyone should fear to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Dollar View Post
    All he has to do is be a cop to out himself as exactly the kind of cop that everyone should fear to you
    Wrong again, 'Panky. He's a cop who has outed himself as supporting the kind of torture tactics that Saddam Hussein was known for, which means he supports the utterly failed "war on drugs," which means he doesn't support the notions of states' rights, individual liberty or due process.

    What do you support, 'Panky? Besides latching onto one or two forum members and following them around nipping at their heels like a retarded Chihuahua?
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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    Maybe it has been posted before but I found it hilarious!

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    Screw them all, I carry for my protection, not the cops, not your momma, not anyone but me. Piss off have a nice day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    are you still trying to justify peeing on yourself to show your submission to authoritative figures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    When I get off this deployment, if ever, I am going to make a video about how to handle a trip to the convenience store. You walk in and approach the counter with both hands visible and your CCW permit in one hand. "Excuse me, but I would like you to know that this is my concealed pistol license and I have a concealed pistol on my belt at 3 o'clock. How would you like me to proceed?" That way the clerk knows right away that you are a good guy vetted by the state and only want to buy coffee and not rob the store clerk who has a tough job, just wants to go home safe to their family at the end of their shift, and doesn't know who the person is who just walked through the door or their intentions. It's just a matter of courtesy and respect, right?
    Don't be ridiculous. Convenience store clerks (or the counter help at Burger King) aren't cops, and are therefore utterly unworthy of any such shows of "respect".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanimator View Post
    Don't be ridiculous. Convenience store clerks (or the counter help at Burger King) aren't cops, and are therefore utterly unworthy of any such shows of "respect".
    what causes you to think that a cop is any different from any other person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanimator View Post
    Don't be ridiculous. Convenience store clerks (or the counter help at Burger King) aren't cops, and are therefore utterly unworthy of any such shows of "respect".
    Umm....His point was to be ridiculous. Using absurdity to illustrate absurdity is a valid literary tool. It is just as absurd to think it prudent or necessary to spontaneously disclose to cops as a sign of "respect" as to assert that disclosing to counter-help is a sign of respect.

    You're right that it was ridiculous, but it seems as though you missed that it was intentionally ridiculous to make the very point about cops that you picked up on about the counter-help.

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    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    Umm....His point was to be ridiculous. Using absurdity to illustrate absurdity is a valid literary tool. It is just as absurd to think it prudent or necessary to spontaneously disclose to cops as a sign of "respect" as to assert that disclosing to counter-help is a sign of respect.

    You're right that it was ridiculous, but it seems as though you missed that it was intentionally ridiculous to make the very point about cops that you picked up on about the counter-help.

    Blues
    I replied in the other post...deanimator has been one of the more informed person on this website about police brutality, and speaks against their tyrannical behavior on a regular basis. I believe he was being sarcastic in that post.

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  11. I was recently stopped for speeding in Memphis TN. (I wasn't, but that's another story.) I gave the officer my carry permit along with my license, registration and insurance card. He examined it and handed it back to me and proceeded to write my ticket. No problems. If you want to challenge their authourity then you are going to have problems.

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