posted on Jul, 20 2008 @ 08:16 AM
HAHA, don't get me started on dumb police. It seems like the dumber they get, the bigger their power trip gets. I remember police seriously not
being at all like the way they are now.
For example, when I was about 9 or 10, me and a bunch of kids were playing football in the parking lot of a church up the street. This caused some old
lady in the neighborhood to call the police, because I guess it's private property. So the police came, and not only did they not make a big deal,
they played football with us for about ten minutes before leaving.
Alright, now fast forward 8 years to about four years ago. My 11 year old brother is in the backseat, and I'm in the passenger seat, and another
family member is driving the car. We're all wearing seatbelts, and doing the speedlimit. My brother hands me a cd from the backseat, and I put it in
the cd player. As soon as this happens, a cop behind us decides to pull us over. He makes me and my uncle stay in the car, and practically pulls my
little brother out of the car. He searches all my brothers pockets while asking him for information. After he finds out that my brother is 11 and
practically in tears, the officer still continues to ask him for ID and his social security number. None of us understand. So then he comes to my
window, and asks for my purse and I give it to him, and he dumps out my entire purse on the hood of the car. There's almost nothing in there except 3
years worth of change, 7 chapsticks, chewed up gum disposed of in kleenex, and tampons. Then he finally says that he saw my brother hand me something
as soon as he got behind us, and he wants to know where we put it. I try to explain to him about the cd, but he doesn't believe me, and insists on
searching the car. We just let him. But we were at the mall and he went through all the bags, every item, my brother bought some skateboard shoes with
his birthday money, and he tore the box apart. Eventually finding nothing, but he still gives us a warning, like we're criminals even though he
didn't find a single incriminating thing in our car. And he didn't even put the crap back in any of the bags or the stuff in my purse.
Now, about two years after that I was 7 months pregnant, and this group of nine people gathered around me and wouldn't let me go in my house, led by
this really psycho girl Shana, who's only real problem with me was that she was insanely jealous that some guys she liked liked me even though I was
in a seriously relationship and pregnant and like 3 years older. But she rounded up a bunch of guys to come to my house. This kid wrote me some lame
letter and she wanted it. It didn't really mean anything to me, so I went in the house to get it because I was pregnant and I just wanted them to
leave. While I was in there I called the police and told them my situation, and they didn't come for over two hours, only to ask me questions like
what did I do to them. The funniest thing though was the last thing this jerk said was "Which way did they go?" and all I can think of was those old
school cartoons-"which way did he go George?" hah.
Then in November my little family moved to a new apartment, but the guy that lived here before me is wanted for something, and they've been here at
least three times looking for him. And they bang on the door and yell up, and it's been twice at 8am and once at 10pm, and they bring like three
police cars every time. Plus the guy in the building next to mine was dating a minor, and the family pressed charges, and the guy moved away. But
twice they accidentally came to my apartment looking for him-AND TRIED TO PLAY IT OFF LIKE THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE RIGHT. TWICE! They look like
It's like a third of the police are trying to make normal people look like criminals, another third is taking too much time helping people that need
help, and the last batch can't get house numbers right or remember where they've already been.