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According to Toronto Police, Zivcic was responding to a call when his vehicle collided with another in the late afternoon. The driver of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries, for which they were treated and released from hospital.
Police have markedly higher rates of depression, divorce, alcoholism, drug use, stress, domestic violence than non-police.
So obviously something is wrong with how they're operating.
reply to post by ChuckNasty
Students arent recruited for the same neanderthal traits cops are. Read the reports.
Pretty sure Frats are worse.
But I don't have a report bent on a reactive agenda's....
reply to post by intrepid
Well I'm a big bad cop
While some of my time was taken up by public beating, money laundering and accepting bribes..
MOST of my time was spent doing..
1. Slowly patrolling neighborhoods looking at your homes to make sure all is well
2. Changing tires
3. Treating and holding injured and dead people until loved ones and EMS arrives
4. Finding lost children
5. Changing light bulbs
6. Slowing speeders down before they kill someone I have to hold again
7. Running toward a gun fight
8. Running toward a fist fight
9. Running into a riot
10. Telling families their loved ones have died
Yeah yeah I know.. I get paid for it and it is my job..
But you are WRONG.. Yep.. W..R..O..N..G...
It is NOT a job, it is a life calling
reply to post by Cherryontop
Another that has no concept of SARCASM
READ A BOOK PEOPLE
reply to post by Krakatoa
I'll answer for him
NO ... UH .. HECK NO
His avatar is the VERY COMMON representation of "The Thin Blue Line"
The mystical line police hold between crime and complete chaos and goodness and order
SHEESH.. I have no idea how you made that stuff up..
Black on bottom/Black on Top
LMAO LMAO LMAO