that's why you're supposed to be nice and respectful to police officer... :eek: :silly:
I feel she got what she deserved. Maybe that will teach her to listen.
Sorry, that was to easy. :biggrin:
By the end of the clip I was having a hard time keeping a straight face, the "acting" was unreal.
I don't know our Cops deal with these sort of mind numbed dumb, self centered & arrogant people - every day...Day In And Day Out.
All I can say is: "May God Forever Bless The Thin Blue Line." :unitedsta
I wonder what LEOs think is worse...the danger of the job...or the absolute frustration of coping with the total morons.
RS...are you saying the clip is fake?
Not accusing, I just didn't see anything that would make me feel that way...at least nothing that would confirm it.
QK...probably both. I know for me, as an EMT, the stupidity of people astonds me...and frustrates me.
As my partner is so fond of yelling while we're driving to the scene and people won't move out of the way "I HATE STUPID PEOPLE."!
Sorry...now I'm off topic...
I think rsticle meant the ''acting'' of the ''young lady'' :biggrin:
I saw this earlier... After seeing her mouth off like that, her pathetic screams were music to my ears!
you use that term lady extremely losely i see. I saw nothing lady like about her.
I saw a young girl BLACKED OUT on the sidewalk about two months ago & called 911. It was early evening & there were already two people across with her.
The police showed up first & then the EMTs about 30 seconds behind.
At that exact time this girl wakes up & the Police & EMTs are talking to her & trying to keep her still...she is bleeding slightly as she had whacked her head on either the sidewalk or a concrete step when she fell.
Anyway she must have been pretty high & was obviously acting more erratic than that little thud on the bean caused her. She really started spazzing out.
She just didn't want to go anywhere because then MOMMY would find out that "her little girl" was flying high on something.
They were trying to strap her on the stretcher & she slammed the poor EMT a good one right in the face & probably broke his nose 'cause he then started bleeding like fountain. The finally got her into the ambulance & you could actually see the vehicle rocking back & forth. They must have had one hell of a time with her & she could not have weighed more than 100 pounds. What a little "Fighting Tiger" :eek:
SO I KNOW FOR SURE that you guys get your good share of the goofballs also. Stay Safe !!!
ahh...the stories i could tell...and i volunteer in a rural area....so it's not that bad....at least in theory....
actually...usually people aren't taking swings at me...i'm pretty good at looking at the scene going... no way...call the cops and let them cuff the guy / girl before i deal with it...
although the guy who decided to run way from the hospital was fun...(yeah, we had 8 cops involved that night....)
Yup! That was what I meant. :biggrin: It was like she knew a camera was running, and getting ready for the lawsuit!Quote:
Originally Posted by P95Carry
sorry... i was confused...
makes sense now....
sometimes i guess you just have to beat it into me...
Originally Posted by QKShooter
Definately the latter.
I had to switch computers to get the sound to work. The only thing I saw wrong on the officer's part was that he finalized the stop and made contact with the driver prior to notifyin his dispatch of his location and the stopped vehicle's descrition. Other than that he did a pretty good job.