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  1. 01 Dec '14 12:03 / 2 edits
    Anyone?

    Who wants crappy hours, crappy pay, and a society that hates you?

    Ironically, the same collectivists that tear them down depend upon them to enforce their authoritarian utopia.

    Crazy huh?
  2. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    01 Dec '14 12:17 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by whodey
    Anyone?

    Who wants crappy hours, crappy pay, and a society that hates you?

    Ironically, the same collectivists that tear them down depend upon them to enforce their authoritarian utopia.

    Crazy huh?
    :'(:'(:'(

    Wilson made $45,300 a year.

    Society doesn't have a problem with police in general. Just crappy ones.

    I doubt the job will be vacate for long.
  3. 01 Dec '14 12:45
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Wilson made $45,300 a year.
    Sign me up now please.
  4. 01 Dec '14 16:23
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    :'(:'(:'(

    Wilson made $45,300 a year.

    Society doesn't have a problem with police in general. Just crappy ones.

    I doubt the job will be vacate for long.
    What realistic chance was there that Wilson could ever return to his job? Black communities do have a problem with police in general. When have you ever lived in that society?

    Who made you judge and jury and advocate of Wilson's overall performance as a cop?
  5. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's only business
    01 Dec '14 16:46
    Originally posted by whodey
    Anyone?

    Who wants crappy hours, crappy pay, and a society that hates you?

    Ironically, the same collectivists that tear them down depend upon them to enforce their authoritarian utopia.

    Crazy huh?
    But people have to RESPECT HIS AUTHORITAH!
  6. 01 Dec '14 17:07
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    But people have to RESPECT HIS AUTHORITAH!
    No they don't, but they as a community armed him and charged him with stopping thugs and criminals.
  7. 01 Dec '14 21:53
    Originally posted by normbenign
    No they don't, but they as a community armed him and charged him with stopping thugs and criminals.
    stop them good. permanently.
  8. Standard member Lundos
    Back to basics
    01 Dec '14 22:38
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Wilson made $45,300 a year.
    So a bit below the average wage in Denmark. Is this considered at lot in the US?
  9. 01 Dec '14 22:48
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    But people have to RESPECT HIS AUTHORITAH!
    Do you think any of the protesters respect the police in Ferguson?
  10. 01 Dec '14 22:53
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Sign me up now please.
    You have to live in Ferguson.
  11. 01 Dec '14 22:57 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Lundos
    So a bit below the average wage in Denmark. Is this considered at lot in the US?
    Not enough to arrest thugs and then be exposed to criminal charges for doing your job. Smart quitting. Maybe he can get hired in Denmark.
  12. 01 Dec '14 22:58
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Sign me up now please.
    If you want to get the job, try applying.
  13. Standard member Lundos
    Back to basics
    01 Dec '14 23:07
    Originally posted by normbenign
    Not enough to arrest thugs and then be exposed to criminal charges for doing your job. Smart quitting. Maybe he can get hired in Denmark.
    The police very, very rarely shot people in Denmark. And if an officer must fire a gun its not a minimum of 6 times including a headshot. I'm pretty sure Wilson would fail basic training in Denmark.
  14. 01 Dec '14 23:31
    Originally posted by Lundos
    The police very, very rarely shot people in Denmark. And if an officer must fire a gun its not a minimum of 6 times including a headshot. I'm pretty sure Wilson would fail basic training in Denmark.
    I don't doubt that shootings are rare in Denmark. Cops in the US used to carry six shooters as well, but in many cases cops would be outgunned by drug dealers with Glocks here.

    I have no idea of Wilson's marksmanship. It all changes in a life threatening situation. Most people in the US have no wish to even visit Denmark. Years ago, I read an article which made the point that even Swedes have some difficulty visiting Denmark.
  15. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's only business
    02 Dec '14 00:41 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Lundos
    So a bit below the average wage in Denmark. Is this considered at lot in the US?
    It is a solid middle class professional income. Nothing exceptional.