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Stopped by a cop? Act like an ass. After all, it's your "right".

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posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 02:46 PM
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a reply to: Involutionist

Dude, you win. I was #ing wrong. So #ing wrong.

I made a mistake. I said "Treat humans like humans, respect others to get respect,and be nice whenever possible. It really does work.", and as I later stated in a post, one time it didn't.

After being called a bootlicker and told I openly advocate cops killing you for not being polite, my patience is just about gone. Now you really need to feel special here, and I truly hope this does the trick.

Now, please, make your own way in life, don't let my thread on ATS damage your in any way. If you really want, I can ask a mod to delete it.

Oh and I am 47 if that matters at all.
edit on 29-7-2015 by network dude because: (no reason given)




posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:23 PM
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a reply to: network dude

The point is a cop is TRAINED to do his job calmly and professionally when dealing with freak, insane, drunk, drugged and every other kind.

Their job does not just require they act professional and non aggressive when dealing with the meek and humble in society.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:25 PM
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a reply to: network dude



After being called a bootlicker and told I openly advocate cops killing you for not being polite, my patience is just about gone. Now you really need to feel special here, and I truly hope this does the trick.



I never called you "a bootlicker". I agreed from my very first post in this thread that being polite is the way to go. Also, I answered every single question you put forth in the O.P, which ironically, you did not do yourself.

I have always felt special about myself and I encourage all to possess the same level of confidence. Despite our disagreements, I see everybody as ONE/Self. I know outside of public opinions and social media everybody would actually enjoy each others company when we see into each other's hearts. I expressed that the quality of empathy and compassion must be expressed in two of my post....




Now, please, make your own way in life, don't let my thread on ATS damage your in any way. If you really want, I can ask a mod to delete it.



...but I addressed your O.P in great detail. In fact, I'm the only one who did so....and that in my own mind is showing you respect and honouring your thoughts about the matter. Here it is from page.8:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

What are your thoughts concerning my above post in the link?

Don't ask the MODS to close it. Don't take your ball and go home.

ETA: Btw, I addressed in that above link to my post the quality of being emotionally intelligent and neutral. I don't allow social media strangers to dictate my emotions and strongly encourage you to do the same.

edit on 29-7-2015 by Involutionist because: grammar and punctuation SUCKS!



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:29 PM
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originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: Involutionist

Dude, you win. I was #ing wrong. So #ing wrong.

I made a mistake. I said "Treat humans like humans, respect others to get respect,and be nice whenever possible. It really does work.", and as I later stated in a post, one time it didn't.

After being called a bootlicker and told I openly advocate cops killing you for not being polite, my patience is just about gone. Now you really need to feel special here, and I truly hope this does the trick.

Now, please, make your own way in life, don't let my thread on ATS damage your in any way. If you really want, I can ask a mod to delete it.

Oh and I am 47 if that matters at all.




Def Leopard Sucks!
edit on 29-7-2015 by Blarneystoner because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:35 PM
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originally posted by: Char-Lee
a reply to: network dude

The point is a cop is TRAINED to do his job calmly and professionally when dealing with freak, insane, drunk, drugged and every other kind.

Their job does not just require they act professional and non aggressive when dealing with the meek and humble in society.


You are correct. They are supposed to be above all the anger and petty feelings we humans have. And lately, there is a lot of negativity towards LEOs.

I only offered an idea in hopes that at least one person would walk away from this and if they encountered a cop, they might remember it, and be nice.

As much as cops are supposed to be machines and perfect, I have the sneaking suspicion they are human under that uniform. And not knowing what that cop may have dealt with recently, I think it would be a nice thing to just treat them with a little respect. Should he turn out to be human, it might make him have a better day. Hell, it might make him not stop the next guy for having no front licence plate or some chickencrap reason.


I am sorry this thread made so many of you angry. I have a neighbor who grew up across the street from me and became a deputy sherriff. To me his is just a kid. 22 or 23 I think. But not long ago, he had to kill a man. I don't know how he feels about that today, but I know it would bother me for a while. So I tend to think of how others might benefit from something really simple that I could do. I had no idea that presenting an idea like this would be so adversarial. Hell, I even said people had all the right in the world to be as mean as they liked.

I am not meaning to vent on you, just putting this out for all.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:38 PM
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a reply to: Blarneystoner

no, but going ape # and killing folk just isn't an option, so I chose to explain things a bit.

you mad bro?



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:41 PM
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a reply to: network dude

Do I look Mad? :-)


I'm just playin with ya buddy. Lighten up...
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posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:45 PM
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originally posted by: Hefficide

This honestly hurts my soul. We've reached a point where we are forced to perceive the police as dangerous thugs who we need to cower to just to avoid being summarily and arbitrarily beaten or executed in the street?

I'm not the brightest guy in town, but to me that is pretty much the definition of a tyranny.



Most relevant post on this entire thread.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:46 PM
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a reply to: Blarneystoner

I'm light. just need a cold beer.
u sure you aren't mad bro?



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:48 PM
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a reply to: network dude

hehehe.... 'bout that time.... Cheers!



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:49 PM
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originally posted by: Involutionist
I don't allow social media strangers to dictate my emotions and strongly encourage you to do the same.


Now that's great advice. I believe I will ignore you, have a beer and not worry about silly people who need attention.
cheers!



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 03:57 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: Involutionist
I don't allow social media strangers to dictate my emotions and strongly encourage you to do the same.


Now that's great advice. I believe I will ignore you, have a beer and not worry about silly people who need attention.
cheers!


Because alcohol will fix everything, right?

I'm disgusted with that attitude and I feel sorry for you.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 04:40 PM
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originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: Char-Lee
a reply to: network dude

The point is a cop is TRAINED to do his job calmly and professionally when dealing with freak, insane, drunk, drugged and every other kind.

Their job does not just require they act professional and non aggressive when dealing with the meek and humble in society.


You are correct. They are supposed to be above all the anger and petty feelings we humans have. And lately, there is a lot of negativity towards LEOs.

I only offered an idea in hopes that at least one person would walk away from this and if they encountered a cop, they might remember it, and be nice.

As much as cops are supposed to be machines and perfect, I have the sneaking suspicion they are human under that uniform. And not knowing what that cop may have dealt with recently, I think it would be a nice thing to just treat them with a little respect. Should he turn out to be human, it might make him have a better day. Hell, it might make him not stop the next guy for having no front licence plate or some chickencrap reason.


I am sorry this thread made so many of you angry. I have a neighbor who grew up across the street from me and became a deputy sherriff. To me his is just a kid. 22 or 23 I think. But not long ago, he had to kill a man. I don't know how he feels about that today, but I know it would bother me for a while. So I tend to think of how others might benefit from something really simple that I could do. I had no idea that presenting an idea like this would be so adversarial. Hell, I even said people had all the right in the world to be as mean as they liked.

I am not meaning to vent on you, just putting this out for all.


Not sure how you got that I am angry, not at all.



I think it would be a nice thing to just treat them with a little respect.

I agree and everyone else too, I don't see why anyone should especially treat cops with respect. Some seem to feel entitled to that and it does bother me.
There are workers in McDonalds that put up with stuff a person would not believe in their day the same with nurses, the same goes for all people in every job, they all should be treated with respect and they should all try to be professional and handle any "trouble maker" the correct way.

That said the professions that are involved in law enforcement and mental health and child care above all others should be prepared for any type of person or problem and know how to respond, if they are not going to, if they are having a bad day they need someone else to handle the particular person or problem.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 04:59 PM
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I understand you have friends or might be related to cops who are good souls. Do you understand that when people bash the police, they are not speaking specifically about your friends who are cops? That they are speaking about the cases that present themselves at an alarming rate when compared to other first world nations? Do you understand that just like you know there are more good cops than bad there are also more people who are polite than not polite? Do you understand that most people are indeed polite to cops and things go smoothly? Do you understand that there have been many occurrences where being polite to cops is not reciprocated? Do you understand that America is a very unique entity of a nation with many subcultures? Do you understand that there are police who describe Mexican people the same way you did in your previous post and ACT on these projections in a way that tears away at the fibre of their being?




I only offered an idea in hopes that at least one person would walk away from this and if they encountered a cop, they might remember it, and be nice.


Are you that ignorant to believe that most people are not polite to the police? Shucks man, there are people who have been stiffed by police and are still polite to next officer they encounter. Why? because they are mature intelligent individuals who do not lump all officers into one box based on past experiences. Do you understand that there are police AND people who do lump certain members of society in one box?

What you offered was a personal projection. You are offended about the negative light cops are shown in because your friends who are cops do not reflect these behaviours, yet you fail to look around and see that there is disease festering when it comes to American police culture. Please note the word: Culture.



They are supposed to be above all the anger and petty feelings we humans have. And lately, there is a lot of negativity towards LEOs.



Yes, and very good reason. Here is the video of Sam Dubose being murdered by a poorly trained officer. What other FIRST WORLD NATION does this s@#t happen on a consistent basis? What other first world nation does a 12 year old boy get shot in his face playing in a park alone by a police officer? What other first world nation has policing issues such as America? Yet, you sit there all offended because you only see your friends who are cops being attacked instead of the bigger picture. Isn't that why you unconsciously injected that information into your post?

Again: all other first world nation officers have post secondary educations --- the same cannot be said for American police. Meaning, a high-school dropout could easily get a GED (I believe that is what you guys call it) and sign up to become a cop without much emotional I.Q and very weak Psychoanalysis testing standards. That is bloody pathetic. I researched the requirement of becoming a police officer in the States Vs. other first world nations and the information speaks for itself. I encourage you to do the same since you are so passionate about this subject. It is ignorant to not do so.

Toronto police earn $100 000 + salary/yr and deserve every single God damn penny! You guys are getting exactly what you pay for...and do NOT deserve this:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Listen, call the MODS to shut down this thread because I'm going to embarrass the heck out of you.

You have the audacity and insensitivity to type this out in the wake of what is taking place regarding Sam Dubose and ADDED A SMILEY FACE at the end?



As much as cops are supposed to be machines and perfect, I have the sneaking suspicion they are human under that uniform. And not knowing what that cop may have dealt with recently, I think it would be a nice thing to just treat them with a little respect. Should he turn out to be human, it might make him have a better day. Hell, it might make him not stop the next guy for having no front licence plate or some chickencrap reason.


You insensitive ....!

I see you....very well. I joined this site for metaphysics forum. YOU are everything that is wrong with America.

Go on call the MODS....ATS does not need people like you! In fact, the world doesn't....

I'm 28, and I love schoolin' older folks such as yourself....been doing it all my life. Now, I just usually wave to them as they make their way to work. I wonder what that's like....work.


edit on 29-7-2015 by Involutionist because: grammar and punctuation SUCKS!



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 05:01 PM
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originally posted by: ExternalForces

originally posted by: network dude

originally posted by: Involutionist
I don't allow social media strangers to dictate my emotions and strongly encourage you to do the same.


Now that's great advice. I believe I will ignore you, have a beer and not worry about silly people who need attention.
cheers!


Because alcohol will fix everything, right?

I'm disgusted with that attitude and I feel sorry for you.



I'll have one for you. they are REALLYYYY cold too.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 05:03 PM
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a reply to: Char-Lee

Sorry, I put the disclaimer at the end.
I realize you weren't angry at all. And I didn't want you to think I was ranting AT you, just used your post as a platform.
I get your point and agree 100%.



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 05:29 PM
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I wonder what that's like....work.


Congrats!



You know (or don't, now you do), it really doesn't work out well without differentiating between job and private live. If I would've been an ass to every customer who mos def behaved like one, I wouldn't have survived long enough to see the finish line after my first month in business.
I never respected most of them highly but I did my job regardless. Self-respect is hard to be found nowadays, innit?



edit on 29-7-2015 by PublicOpinion because: (no reason given)

edit on 29-7-2015 by PublicOpinion because: customers suck as well



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 06:09 PM
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a reply to: network dude

Your temptation of a beverage is very intimidating at this point.

You responded just as I thought you would. Very enlightening I might add.

Cheers, dude.
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posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 06:19 PM
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Being alive and having thoughts every day is work. So you think just because we sit on our ass (pardon my french) and study beyond any reasonable doubt isn't work? You think the corporate big guys don't work? They're out there trying to keep this ungrateful society from becoming more dangerous than it already is. Yet, you have the nerve to sit here and say that you are "schooling" someone? Do you know how ignorant you sound just by saying that?



posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 06:28 PM
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You can blame some of it on the fact that the requirements and testing have been dumbed-down in some places to accommodate minority quotas. I have a friend that was in law enforcement for 20 years, and he told me that years ago the sheriff's dept. went from a requirement that deputies have at least 2 years college down to pre-employment testing at an eighth grade level. This was because a lawsuit was filed by a group of minority individuals claiming discrimination in the testing requirements.

We sometimes do stupid things like this here in America because we are all about political correctness and pacifying all cry babies.


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