Saturday night was a nightmare. I walked in a little before three and there were already two shootings – a single and a double. As the night went on, the jobs started pouring in at an alarming rate, and every cop in the division wanted to show off their shiny new arrests.
About three hours into the tour, the sergeant posed an interesting question: “Why the Hell are these cops making dozens of car stops and arresting people for drugs? Every single person you come into contact with increases your chances of catching the coronavirus.”
I sat back for a minute and realized, “Holy crap, he’s right.”
Since the Soros-imposed District Attorney arrived, drugs have been effectively legal in this city – marijuana specifically. Shoplifting is also legal, as long as you keep under the leftist-forced limit. So why, during a viral pandemic, are these morons breaking their backs to make misdemeanor arrests?
Look, if the children want to lock people up, that’s on them, but every one of these toads are brought to my installation and housed here for hours. You dicks may not care of you get sick, but I don’t want to be quarantined for two weeks because some jackass wanted to earn court overtime.
I swear to Vishnu, I work with nothing but halfwits.
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Im with ya Wyatt…one of our new super-aggressive new guys on nights was wondering if he should slow his roll a bit on traffic stops..i advised him that it wouldn’t result in total anarchy if he chilled out a bit
INPiker – Agreed. Give it two months then go back to work.
BY THE WAY, I’M DRIVING TO TEXAS. SCHOOL IS CLOSING FOR A MONTH ABD KYLE NEEDS TO BE OUT BY WEDNESDAY. I’LL TRY TO GET POSTS UP THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
23 hours by car. Lord help me.
“23 hours by car. Lord help me.”
Cry me a river, Mate. I routinely do that going to/from jobs. In a 30 foot motorhome. Pulling a trailer with my Jeep on it.
The nice thing about the overseas jobs… I get a car and driver. 🙂 Accommodations, meh. Not exactly Five-Star.
But enjoy the time in Texas. And there is some beautiful scenery in East Tennessee on I-40. Enjoy that also. If I couldn’t live in Texas, I’d be in Tennessee.
And look on the bright side: going by car, you don’t have to get groped by the TSA.