posted on Jan, 10 2011 @ 11:07 PM
reply to post by buni11687
Lost amongst my post history are probably seven or eight posts where I discuss this issue, in passing, while addressing the ways that police have
changed, image-wise, since the period before the gulf war. Where once the stereotypical cop was a somewhat overweight guy in either a blue uniform, or
a bad suit, NOW the stereotype, at least in my neck of the woods, is more like that of a a professional wrestler in military garb. And this is no
It is high time that somebody addressed this issue because, in my opinion, the last person you want to be having "roid rage" is the heavily armed,
aggressive, ego driven guy who just stopped you for not using your blinker in a lane change. Many cops are already prone to assuming that we are all
criminals to begin with. Add chemicals that cause aggressiveness and rage into the mix... and well... Not a good thing.