posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 11:36 PM
think the cop was playing up his role a little to much. he's there to issue the citation not to lecturer and judge her.
she was a bit rude, tho i think that was from the shock that she was actually getting busted. but she continued on when she should have just
shutup. can't really take a side on this one.
my questionn is.... why didnt he hust shoot her? she had a weapon. i believe i saw a pen in her hand.
edit on 15-3-2014 by ishum because: (no reason given)
I think she wanted to call a lawyer. She clearly wanted to find a means of conflict resolution early on. You can see that when she asks "Who's
responsible for the complaint?"
You know, in any kind of office setting or corporate setting, even a household setting, before bringing the hammer down it is normal to look for some
kind of alternative means of solving disputes. Instead of grounding your kid, you might ask them if they'd like to perform a few chores to make up
for whatever they did wrong. At work, you might have a talk with someone, or even bring another party to mediate before reporting someone to HR.
This makes a lot of sense since formal complaints and formal prosecution of someone is a tad extreme for trivial matters. (Hell, sometimes even for
major conflicts it only causes more problems.) If the map was truly ruined and needed to be replaced, she could have offered to fix it. (Although I
find it unlikely it was as destructive as he makes it out to be.)
So I think she's acting like how most people would, completely caught off guard by something like this.
He says, "I'm responsible for the complaint." So... I take it in his impressive sleuthing skills, rivalling only that of Sherlock Holmes, he
deduced that it was her in fact, who penned the evil, destructive correction to the school map so kids could find their class.
Thank god he did because next she was probably going to Sharpie innocent children to death.
The man is a god damned hero.