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Lynn McGuire
2018-03-19 17:24:41 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19

Nothing happened here, move along.

Lynn
a425couple
2018-03-20 03:49:04 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
   http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
Wow! Did you read the 71 (and counting) comments?

One was a pointer:
RoboCop 2 - Magnavolt commercial HD


a few others:

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LeadFarmerMF awgiedawgie • 14 hours ago
Disrupters are more fun. They scream in agony while their molecules are
ripped apart one by one.

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Anonymous LeadFarmerMF • 10 hours ago
Yes. We have a lot of fun using ours on criminals. :)

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LeadFarmerMF Anonymous • 10 hours ago
Criminals deserve worse.

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Raven Black • a day ago
But if you clean it up then it won't serve as a warning to others.

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eddi_the_Bad_Hombre Raven Black • a day ago
Thus helping to continue to flush the gene pool.

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MoreSilentMajority Raven Black • 16 hours ago
Sure deters him from doing it again tho.

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Ed Brault Raven Black • 14 hours ago
Sometimes it's just better for the perps to "mysteriously disappear"
when they visit a certain location.

Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
James Rau
2018-03-20 14:17:11 UTC
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Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?

James Rau
a425couple
2018-03-20 14:54:34 UTC
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On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.

Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!

Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Robert Carnegie
2018-03-20 21:23:34 UTC
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On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Peter Trei
2018-03-20 21:34:31 UTC
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Post by James Rau
On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Or the judge understands that those items are legal to own, and
if we're assuming the suspect is innocent until proven otherwise,
they may very well sway the jury to convict an innocent person.
If you'd found (for example) a copy of 'The Story of O', would you
want to have introduced it?

pt
Robert Carnegie
2018-03-20 21:54:02 UTC
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Post by James Rau
On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Or the judge understands that those items are legal to own, and
if we're assuming the suspect is innocent until proven otherwise,
they may very well sway the jury to convict an innocent person.
If you'd found (for example) a copy of 'The Story of O', would you
want to have introduced it?
Legal maybe, but in church? :-)

If it's there, isn't it evidence? The defendant may not like
having their personal property legally searched, and shown around,
but that's hard luck.
a425couple
2018-03-20 22:53:18 UTC
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On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Or the judge understands that those items are legal to own, and
if we're assuming the suspect is innocent until proven otherwise,
they may very well sway the jury to convict an innocent person.
Yes.
The victim had not described him as having handcuffs
when he tried to grab her. So, those items intended
use was speculation. And, yes, very prejudicial and
inflammatory.
Post by Peter Trei
If you'd found (for example) a copy of 'The Story of O', would you
want to have introduced it?
pt
As I did with everything else, I listed it all in my
report and discussion with the prosecutor.
Because the grabbing (attempted kidnapping) was so inept,
he chose to only charge for exposing and assault.
He did want the items from under the seat admitted,
and a long discussion and recess to study further ensued.
The prosecutor was also irritated when the judge ruled
against them.
(To be more clear with your question - that was up to the
prosecutor to try, and the judge to decide,
in other words - not my job man!)
BCFD36
2018-03-20 21:45:51 UTC
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Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Not just cops. Firefighters, EMTs, Paramedics, armed forces, nurses,
everyone who deals with awful stuff.
--
Dave Scruggs
Captain, Boulder Creek Fire (Retired)
Senior Software Engineer - NASA Ames Research Center (Not Retired)
a425couple
2018-03-20 22:37:51 UTC
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Post by James Rau
On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
"Unlikely" !!!

Well, I was there and you were not.
But there is no reason for me spend the effort
to try to tell you anything.

The judge, prosecutor, and even the private highly
regarded defense counsel all believed me.
Robert Carnegie
2018-03-20 22:42:09 UTC
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Post by James Rau
On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
"Unlikely" !!!
Well, I was there and you were not.
But there is no reason for me spend the effort
to try to tell you anything.
The judge, prosecutor, and even the private highly
regarded defense counsel all believed me.
Sorry, I misunderstood; I though you were quoting someone
else's story from Dilbert.com .
Kevrob
2018-03-21 01:40:59 UTC
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On Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:49:04 -0700, a425couple
Post by a425couple
Cops tend to have some dark humor, but some of these
commenters are real cold.
Have you considered that maybe some of the posters are the victims of
crime and harbor bitter resentment toward not only the criminals, but
the so-called justice system?
James Rau
Of course I've considered, and understand that.
Most law enforcement officers are exposed to a lot of
"bitter resentment". Either they find amusements and
thoughts to keep them decently centered, or they
sink lower.
Sneak peek example - So, after all the pre-trial motions,
and discovery, and jury selection, I've been told to
take the stand, and swear "To tell the truth, the whole
truth, and nothing but the truth."
EXCEPT that the judge has previously instructed me to not
tell the truth about, or even mention the dildo, handcuffs,
and 'snuff pornography' that I recovered from under the sex
crime suspect's seat.
It had been seized by me totally legally, but now
this judge had decided that it's existence was too
inflammatory, and it would unduly influence the jury, and
thus deny the suspect his chance to a fair trial!
Unlikely unless the judge is also into all that and
is a co-member with the defendant of some secret society,
and wants to keep it quiet. Or the judge doesn't believe you.
Like Rumpole complaining about the Masons?
Post by Robert Carnegie
Post by a425couple
Yes, LEOs see the pain of victims and all society.
So, yeah, lots of cops develop an off beat sense of humor.
Kecin R
Lynn McGuire
2018-03-20 17:45:55 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
    http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
Wow!  Did you read the 71 (and counting) comments?
No. I rarely read the webcomic comments. Too much like the craziness
on twitter.

I have a day job, you know.

Lynn
a425couple
2018-03-20 17:58:14 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
    http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
Wow!  Did you read the 71 (and counting) comments?
No.  I rarely read the webcomic comments.  Too much like the craziness
on twitter.
I have a day job, you know.
Lynn
I'm sorry to hear about that.

Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
on yourself, you might watch:

Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs

1:53

Why do, even us dog owners, cheer for the bunny?
Michael F. Stemper
2018-03-20 20:16:35 UTC
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I have a day job, you know.
Lynn
I'm sorry to hear about that.
Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs
http://youtu.be/5V56DiadYoU
1:53
That was f*****' hilarious!

Warning: it's NSFW. Unless you work in Australia, in which case
it sounds like a staff meeting.
--
Michael F. Stemper
Galatians 3:28
a425couple
2018-03-20 22:56:14 UTC
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I have a day job, you know.
Lynn
I'm sorry to hear about that.
Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs
http://youtu.be/5V56DiadYoU
1:53
That was f*****' hilarious!
Warning: it's NSFW. Unless you work in Australia, in which case
it sounds like a staff meeting.
I'm very glad you and Lynn enjoyed it.
It was especially nice you let me know.
Kevrob
2018-03-21 01:39:46 UTC
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I have a day job, you know.
Lynn
I'm sorry to hear about that.
Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs
http://youtu.be/5V56DiadYoU
1:53
That was f*****' hilarious!
Warning: it's NSFW. Unless you work in Australia, in which case
it sounds like a staff meeting.
Does Bruce bring the donuts and coffee, or does Bruce?

Kevin R
Lynn McGuire
2018-03-20 21:10:23 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
    http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
Wow!  Did you read the 71 (and counting) comments?
No.  I rarely read the webcomic comments.  Too much like the craziness
on twitter.
I have a day job, you know.
Lynn
I'm sorry to hear about that.
Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs
http://youtu.be/5V56DiadYoU
1:53
Why do, even us dog owners, cheer for the bunny?
I splurged. That was great !

Lynn
Gene Wirchenko
2018-03-21 18:18:48 UTC
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On Tue, 20 Mar 2018 10:58:14 -0700, a425couple
<***@hotmail.com> wrote:

[snip]
Post by a425couple
Well, if you are able to splurge 2 minutes sometime
Ozzy Man Reviews: Bunny vs Dogs
http://youtu.be/5V56DiadYoU
1:53
Why do, even us dog owners, cheer for the bunny?
I liked it as a spoof of sports commentating. The instant replay
was a nice touch.

Sincerely,

Gene Wirchenko

BCFD36
2018-03-20 21:47:47 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
   http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
I actually said that once at an accident scene, in a really bad English
accent. A couple of people got their panties in a twist, and one fell
over laughing.
--
Dave Scruggs
Captain, Boulder Creek Fire (Retired)
Kevrob
2018-03-21 01:51:07 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
   http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
I actually said that once at an accident scene, in a really bad English
accent. A couple of people got their panties in a twist, and one fell
over laughing.
In New York cop-ese that's "Move along Johnny!
Nuttin' ta see heah. Move along!" But I recognize
the Bobby version. MPFC? "What's all this, then?"

Kevin R
Lynn McGuire
2018-03-21 01:59:59 UTC
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Dilbert, "activating crime scene cleanup drone"
   http://dilbert.com/strip/2018-03-19
Nothing happened here, move along.
Lynn
In other news, the country of China is reporting random particle beams
are coming out the earth. More later ...

Lynn
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