True Detective Stories

Well, I might as well end the week on two idiotic notes.

First, a supervisor in one of our districts has told his officers that if they wanted to stay in their cushy Monday-Friday, daywork gigs, they needed to make arrests. In other words, he is forcing his officers to make car stops and pedestrian stops during a pandemic.

The result of this douchebaggery is three officers in that district not have Wuhan Virus symptoms. Well done, idiots. Well done.

Second, since the city has lost its collective mind. We now need to fill out a questionnaire answering questions about the Wuhan Virus; including if we have symptoms, have been in contact with someone who has symptoms, or if we have traveled abroad, or worse, to New York.

Look, I understand I work with morons and dullards, but even those window-lickers wouldn’t be stupid enough to come to work if they were sick with coronavirus. It never ceases to amaze me how much this department, and this city, treats its employees like children.

5 thoughts on “True Detective Stories

  1. The dems have always felt they know what is best for everyone which sounds parental until you see them in action and realize they are nothing but a bunch of petulant children. Stay safe, Wyatt.


  2. Idiocy has infected just about everyone who was born by the baby boomers or later generations. I, too, am looking forward to the near future when the only interaction between me and the later generations is to answer their question, “Do you want fries with that?”


  3. I’m seriously looking at signing my papers in July. Then four years, and I’m out. Better financially.

    TX Nick – Honestly, the quarantine/social distance thing is awesome. I already hate people, and now I never see them. Plus, the bosses have barred cops and victims from coming to the division because of the Wuhan Virus. Officers can come in, drop off paperwork, then they have to leave. It’s bliss.


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