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Ju Ju

Member Since 12 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 10 2014 11:10 PM

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In Topic: Sad story here.

01 September 2014 - 11:21 AM

Many years ago I had to fire a guy for stealing coffee packets from the office.  


In the next few weeks we noticed a lot of things changed in the office   and no more poo stains on the toilet seat!    We could only conclude that all this was this one guy!  


 With todays technology , DNA swab samples could have been taken to conclude who the culprit was on that.


(Sorry for the quotation violation)  

In Topic: Sad story here.

29 August 2014 - 06:05 PM

A (union) policeman shoplifting from Hobby Lobby does not sound very Christian to me .


I would LOVE to hear Sheriff Joe Arpaio's  thoughts on the matter.....as he hands the shoplifting cop his pink underwear and jump suit :lol:  even though he probably will never see the inside of a jail cell due to his 'exemplary police duty record.'


Maybe we should all go to Hobby Lobby and pray that the union can save this guys job, secure his pension and maybe even a promotion is in order ?


After all, it was only some hobby supplies that he stole.



Another thought I've had after reading this.........Don't they make a police man/police woman place their hand on a bible and make a sworn oath to up hold ALL of the laws ? (Shame, Shame)

In Topic: Sad story here.

29 August 2014 - 11:20 AM



Mom always said "if someone steals, they'll usually lie, too".



you gonna believe a cop, or my Mom?



(No Offense Intended)


That would depend---Was your mom a cop ? :blink:

In Topic: Sad story here.

29 August 2014 - 11:15 AM




I have no sympathy for the guy, but lets be honest. Should his family suffer due to his inexcusable actions?



 Sure, Lets be honest: Should his family suffer due to his inexcusable actions ?



YES- why should his family be treated any different than any other common criminals family ?

Do they make special exceptions for thieves or drug dealers when they have family or children ?

I guess you could make an argument that this 'cop' has some type of mental disorder -but a lot of people commit crimes for no other reason than they need to eat and feed their family's-No special exceptions made there ?

Sounds like that guy had a pretty good job that he could support his family before he made his inexcusable action.

In Topic: Sad story here.

29 August 2014 - 06:08 AM

 I just learned the police union has forced some changes on the process.  By allowing the sergeant to resign rather than firing him, he is eligible to apply for pension benefits. 

 ....With Liberty and Justice for some.



When a police man brakes the law-there is NO law.